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My first Autumn in Alberta

My first Autumn in Alberta

A beautiful fall offers time for columnist to reminisce about her long-ago introduction to the season
Halloween hullabaloo

Halloween hullabaloo

Halloween memories (every uncomfortable, sticky one) are cherished by young and old, remembers columnist.
Prediabetes is common and--importantly--reversible

Prediabetes is common and--importantly--reversible

World Diabetes Day is November 14. Good news: stopping the development of Type 2 Diabetes is possible
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.
Armchair Travel: Tiptoeing into the RV world

Armchair Travel: Tiptoeing into the RV world

Tent camping? No thanks. No apologies.
Op Ed: Equalization cost Alberta $67 billion. What has it bought? Hostility

Op Ed: Equalization cost Alberta $67 billion. What has it bought? Hostility

An argument for reform to equalization status quo.
Column: The other pandemic that keeps killing

Column: The other pandemic that keeps killing

Once the pandemic abates, let's focus on the other health emergency: diabetes, says health columnist.
Time to Act on Online Harassment

Time to Act on Online Harassment

Canadians rely on their newspapers and news media to be their trusted sources of information, helping them make informed choices and holding people and institutions, including governments and corporations, accountable.
Why do our political leaders make dumb decisions?

Why do our political leaders make dumb decisions?

Post mortem on decisions around federal election and Kenney's mishandling of COVID-19: time will tell, says columnist.