This year, just like the 30 years before, I hung my birdfeeders outside, but only two or three chickadees and a pair of blue jays are visiting.
I try really hard to stay off of Facebook, but working at a newspaper demands I scroll through it at least a few times more a day than I want to.
I write this letter to hopefully bring attention for anyone who might be interested in the upcoming home opener game of the Lacombe Generals in the Chinook Hockey League.
The response to the Book Club Sale was excellent.
Creating art always involves taking a risk. Art can be a platform to challenge and provoke. It can expose corruption or celebrate achievement. Art can connect audiences emotionally to a past that should not be forgotten. Or it can fall flat on its face.
Chef David Wolfman remembers sitting at the kitchen table as a boy, gathering with his family over plates of wind-dried salmon and bannock.
Two years ago, the Atlantic Monthly published an investigative story titled "Rape culture in the Alaskan wilderness."
Let the wailing, hair-tearing and gnashing of teeth begin. Let Green Party Leader Elizabeth May be fitted with her prison smock.
Too many of us drive distracted. The consequences are deadly, as our attention leaves the road with every ping, buzz and ring.
Love him or hate him, Fidel Castro was a political giant. Not only was he revered by a majority of Cubans, but he was held in great esteem globally.