25 Aug
Featured

A plant you can touch!

Soft and fuzzy, white and green, lamp-ear-shaped leaves are the identifying features of Stachys byzantine, a plant commonly called lamb’s-ears. Having never caressed a lamb’s ear, I cannot vouch for a similar feel between the plant and the animal, but...

13 Aug
Featured | Money

Understanding active investing

Investing is a wealth-building tool that can be as involved or as hassle-free as you want. Active investing is a hands-on approach in which either you or a financial advisor acting on your behalf invests with the objective to outperform...

10 Aug
Current Events | Featured

Kerby expands to Medicine Hat

My name is Richard Parker and I am President of the Kerby Centre Board of Directors. I am very pleased to tell you that on Aug. 3, 2021, Kerby will start delivering services and programs at the Veiner Centre in...

8 Jul
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Where has my mother gone?

The following is a work of short fiction.It is evening and my mother is missing. I do not know where she is. Someone else is here in her stead, but it is not her. I know my mother and this person is...

1 Jun
Current Events | Featured

The music of my generation

Recently during one of PBS’s pledge drives, they featured one of my very favourite performers: Perry Como. As I sat watching and enjoying the music a feeling of nostalgia came over me. I fell in love with this music in...

11 May
Featured

A downtown tour of art

We all know how this story starts. Since the rise of COVID-19, every single story has to include some sort of mention of the world-changing pandemic, how it’s made it more difficult to do basically anything fun or recreational. This is where...

6 May
Featured | Money

Being scam-smart this year

There are a variety of scams and frauds happening all the time in Canada, with new ones being invented daily. In 2020, Canadian reports of fraud reached 69,411, with 41,007 victims of the crime. In total, Canadians were defrauded to the...