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Crafts: Indie makers get creative with yarns, dyes

Crafts: Indie makers get creative with yarns, dyes

Indie craftspeople are doing new things with wool and other fibers, including recycled plastic, as well as with dyes.
Opinion: A cup of java

Opinion: A cup of java

What makes a good cup of coffee? Our humour columnist weighs in.
Commentary: Ring in the new year with your inner mountaineer

Commentary: Ring in the new year with your inner mountaineer

A positive mental resolve: good prescription for 2022.
Alberta RCMP launch new mobile app

Alberta RCMP launch new mobile app

The app is meant to consolidate and keep Albertans up to date with RCMP information.
Use it or lose it: The importance of routine stretching for healthy aging

Use it or lose it: The importance of routine stretching for healthy aging

Use it or lose it: a take home message for all as we look to starting the new year with a new activity or two?
Albertans encouraged to manage COVID-19 symptoms at home with new web resource

Albertans encouraged to manage COVID-19 symptoms at home with new web resource

One-stop website resource aims to alleviate worry for those with mild COVID-19 symptoms, and keep hospital emergency rooms clear for those with more severe symptoms and illness.
Alberta surpasses one million booster doses

Alberta surpasses one million booster doses

More than one million Albertans have received their third vaccine dose, in hopes of protecting themselves from the most serious effects of COVID-19.
Make way for meal kits

Make way for meal kits

Delivery of food--from groceries to meal kits to ready-to-eat entrees, has grown during the pandemic, and is likely here to stay.
Playing politics to give Kenney and UCP a chance to win the next election

Playing politics to give Kenney and UCP a chance to win the next election

UCP strategy includes blaming Ottawa for everything that goes wrong, and taking credit for whatever goes well in Alberta, says columnist.
New Canadian houses found to have much higher radon gas levels than those in Sweden

New Canadian houses found to have much higher radon gas levels than those in Sweden

UCalgary research correlates radon levels to increased lung cancer rates