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Always Overbooked: "A History of Loneliness"

Throughout your life, faith has sustained you. In times of fear, you've prayed for courage. On troubled days, you've asked for favours. You've thrown gratitude heavenward, and you've demanded condemnation from the Higher Power.

On the Town

ATTRACTIONS & EVENTS Orchid Fair 2016 – April 1 to 3: Admission $10 per person. Venue is Enjoy Centre (101 Riel Dr., St. Albert.) www.orchidsalberta.
The Art of Writing

The Art of Writing

Expressing different points of view through poetry is one of the goals behind Barbara Fraser's writing. “Vacancy”, which took several months to write, won Edmonton's 2015 John W.

Gene Walks the Line With Johnny

A Sherwood Park country music show sells out within four weeks. In the wake of success, a second show is offered with fans swooping up tickets—giving rise to yet another sold-out show.
Return to Grace

Return to Grace

For 20 years Steve Michaels has been paying tribute to his hero, Elvis Presley, and to this day, Michaels says he continues to learn.
Return to Grace

Return to Grace

For 20 years Steve Michaels has been paying tribute to his hero, Elvis Presley, and to this day, Michaels says he continues to learn.

Hearing Loss: the Quiet Condition

The Canadian Hearing Society reports that one in four Canadians has some level of hearing loss.

Eat Your Greens in a Fun Way!

Eating more green vegetables is a healthy way forward. Power up your day like Popeye did! Here are four very good reasons to eat your greens: 1.

Seniors Sought for Provincial Health Study

A newly launched medical study by the Interdisciplinary Chronic Disease Collaboration and funded by Alberta Innovates-Health Solutions is seeking 5,000 Alberta seniors to participate, with the opportunity to have a 50 per cent chance of receiving fre

Life with COPD: Joe Lodge's New Normal

In 2009-2010, 772,200 Canadians over 35 were diagnosed with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, or COPD, a chronic and progressive condition characterized by gradual airway obstruction, shortness of breath, cough, and sputum production.