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Ukulele plucks at the heart strings

Ukulele plucks at the heart strings

The benefits of ukelele are many, say fans of the increasingly-popular instrument.
Quitting?

Quitting?

A New Year's resolution to consider
Pipeline spills about 400,000 litres, some enters North Saskatchewan River

Pipeline spills about 400,000 litres, some enters North Saskatchewan River

CALGARY — Contaminated water that leaked from an oilfield pipeline on Christmas Day has entered the North Saskatchewan River but has had no detectable impact on it, says a spokesman for Calgary-based oil and gas producer ARC Resources Ltd.
From drive-in fireworks events to virtual shows, New Year's Eve will be different!

From drive-in fireworks events to virtual shows, New Year's Eve will be different!

COVID-19 has put a cork in most New Year's Eve events across Alberta, but there are several options to ring in 2021.
Advice? Me?

Advice? Me?

An advice columnist she isn't, laughs Row Toews.
Shoppers search for Boxing Day sales as pandemic restricts retail options

Shoppers search for Boxing Day sales as pandemic restricts retail options

Shoppers donned masks and boots to brave outdoor lineups in parts of Canada on Saturday, while others turned to the internet to take part in a Boxing Day that bore little resemblance to the holiday of years past.
Program supports Albertans to live well with chronic health conditions

Program supports Albertans to live well with chronic health conditions

Free virtual six-week series of free workshops start January 2021
Municipal dashboard misses the mark, officials say

Municipal dashboard misses the mark, officials say

"It's very hard to understand and very hard to put any information in the context that someone might find it useful," AUMA president Barry Morishita, who is also the mayor of Brooks, said.
Drivers lose little time by slowing down, new app shows

Drivers lose little time by slowing down, new app shows

U of A students build ETA Tool to test how 40 km/h residential speed limit would affect commute times.
'Shift in perspective:' Indigenous place names moving Canada from colonial past

'Shift in perspective:' Indigenous place names moving Canada from colonial past

EDMONTON — To Terri Suntjens, symbolism means everything. That's why she decided to get involved with the City of Edmonton's initiative to rename its wards.