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Generous support for Ukrainian newcomers

Generous support for Ukrainian newcomers

Free Store for Newcomers and Ukrainian Kitchen helps those fleeing their wartorn homeland find refuge and a chance to resettle.
The new prairie berry

The new prairie berry

Quickly becoming North America's newest super fruit, haskaps are available around the province. See what one central Alberta farmer is doing with his haskap orchard.
Mall rooftop garden grows for a good cause

Mall rooftop garden grows for a good cause

A local mall is extending a helping hand--and use of its rooftop--to help Edmonton’s Food Bank provide fresh produce to those affected by food insecurity.
Innisfail-area farmer hauls piece of aviation history to his home

Innisfail-area farmer hauls piece of aviation history to his home

Arnold Begeman’s lifelong love of airplanes ultimately led him to embark on an international journey and bring one home to the farm.
The pleasures of a bike ride--at any age!

The pleasures of a bike ride--at any age!

Cycling Without Age offers seniors a familiarization of their neighbourhoods, and the simple pleasure of a ride around town.
A life-changing career move was in the cards--literally.

A life-changing career move was in the cards--literally.

Organizing his own trading card collection led a Calgary engineer from an oilfield company job to a thriving new business.
Raising duck eggs unifies students at Springbank Community High School

Raising duck eggs unifies students at Springbank Community High School

According to MacMillan, having the students care for the eggs and recognize that animals need a special level of care was significant.
Edmonton's favourite son turns 100

Edmonton's favourite son turns 100

Tony Cashman has been a much-lauded champion of Edmonton; the city, its history and its people.
Doll clubs a place to share treasured childhood memories

Doll clubs a place to share treasured childhood memories

Doll clubs offer history, camaraderie and workshops, but mostly a shared love of all things doll.
Real-life 'The Queen's Gambit': Custodian leads school chess teams in Maine

Real-life 'The Queen's Gambit': Custodian leads school chess teams in Maine

HAMPDEN, Maine (AP) — David Bishop spends the school day as a mild-mannered custodian, but before the final bell rings, he grabs his chess boards and pieces and begins his second role.
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