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Alberta-based tiny home project goes cross-country

Alberta-based tiny home project goes cross-country

A tiny house teacher, team of NAIT technology students and army of sponsors build a state-of-the-art tiny house--and give it away.
Garden Q&A: Time to source seeds

Garden Q&A: Time to source seeds

Alberta gardening expert Jim Hole offers insights on gardening, indoors and out.
The sweet taste of success for Alberta beekeeper

The sweet taste of success for Alberta beekeeper

A beekeeping hobby turns into a new business for Alberta man, with a little community help
Community art lifting spirits in Cougar Creek

Community art lifting spirits in Cougar Creek

“It’s a lovely thing to go through and see all these various pieces. I think it was a wonderful thing that the town did at a really good time for people, to sort of help lift morale a little bit.”
Review: Relax, Dammit! a welcome read in the age of misinformation and anxiety

Review: Relax, Dammit! a welcome read in the age of misinformation and anxiety

Edmonton author Tim Caulfield examines the little decisions we make every day, and how keeping science in mind can reduce the stress we feel around our choices.
Warm up this winter with a cozy beverage

Warm up this winter with a cozy beverage

A change from the usual hot winter beverage--a tasty beverage with a kick
Acclaimed Cochrane artist spreads joy with acts of kindness

Acclaimed Cochrane artist spreads joy with acts of kindness

"Like I said, I’m not making a fortune, but the fact that I’m making people happy— That’s the fortune that I like."
5 ways to get the most out of online fitness classes during COVID-19

5 ways to get the most out of online fitness classes during COVID-19

If you’re getting bored of your usual fitness routine, there are many online options to try
New U of A observatory gives a clear window into the wonders of the night sky

New U of A observatory gives a clear window into the wonders of the night sky

Facility set to open Jan. 12 at Miquelon Lake Provincial Park offers students, researchers and the public a view of dark skies unaffected by light pollution.
Commentary: Constant need of improvement

Commentary: Constant need of improvement

As 2021 arrives, the entire world looks ahead with sincere hopes for better things to come.