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Snowbirds eager to take flight this winter

Snowbirds eager to take flight this winter

Retirees and holiday-makers are anxious to return to the U.S. this winter as borders re-open and COVID-19 case counts decline.
The new-again art of preserving

The new-again art of preserving

Everything old is new again: canning included.
Commentary: The other pandemic--A challenge to news media

Commentary: The other pandemic--A challenge to news media

News reports must alert the public to the crisis around diabetes, says health columnist.
Four money teachings from Squid Game

Four money teachings from Squid Game

Popular Netflix show offers more than mindless entertainment, say financial experts
Frog Lake teen wins international title of Miss Teen Canada Petite

Frog Lake teen wins international title of Miss Teen Canada Petite

Addison Mountain finds sisterhood, self-love and two titles at her first Miss Teenage Canada pageant.
Energized: Grandkids' ideas about fuel prompt grandpa to become an author

Energized: Grandkids' ideas about fuel prompt grandpa to become an author

Edmonton grandfather creates children's book about the future of energy
Masks required (again) for visitors to continuing care facilities

Masks required (again) for visitors to continuing care facilities

Masks once again required for visitors to continuing care facilities
Airdrie family embarks on two-day train trip for their son

Airdrie family embarks on two-day train trip for their son

Sam, an eight-year-old boy from Airdrie who is living with Cerebal Palsy and Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome, recently was able to partake in a train ride from Banff to Vancouver. “His two favourite things included playing bingo with Captain Starlight,
How fraudsters play their games

How fraudsters play their games

Frauds are increasingly common among all Canadians, and seniors are especially vulnerable.
Albertans encouraged to get free flu shot, starting this week

Albertans encouraged to get free flu shot, starting this week

Anticipating what could be a busy flu season, government encourages Albertans six months and older to get free influenza immunization.