10 Aug
Current Events | Opinion

Our most precious water

Water, without a doubt, is the most important element on our planet. It is transparent, has no taste and is made up of the most abundant elements in our universe. Two Hydrogen molecules and one Oxygen molecule join together to...

10 Jul
Current Events | Opinion

What I learned from Zoom

I remember back in March when I was approached by Kerby Centre about taking my yoga classes online. At that time, I really wasn’t sure how I felt about that, as I’ve only ever conducted classes in person, and I...

29 Jun
Current Events

One-time payments for seniors coming in July

In response to the COVID-19 epidemic, a one-time assistance payment will be coming specifically for seniors in early July, according to the federal government.

The tax-free payment will consist of $300 for those eligible for Old Age Security Pension and an...

23 Jun
Current Events

Muslim seniors sew masks for charity

Although Seniors Week in June couldn’t be celebrated normally due to COVID-19 restrictions keeping folks indoors and distanced, some unstoppable seniors took the chance to work on charitable efforts to give back to the community.

A group of Ismaili Muslim seniors...

21 May
Current Events

U of C develops new COVID-19 test

Time is of the essence when it comes to the medical field, and with many public resources already strained due to the COVID-19 pandemic, researchers at the University of Calgary Cumming School of Medicine (CSM) are aiming at assisting the...

12 May
Current Events | Opinion

Being brave when it counts

When I was a kid, I was terrified of quicksand.

In all the old adventure stories and serials I’d read and listen to, there’s always a moment when the hero takes one wrong move and their fate is almost sealed. They’re...