28 Mar
Current Events | Featured

Sending Sunshine with handwritten cards

Let’s be frank: 90 per cent of the mail one receives is pretty boring stuff. It’s bills, invoices, random political flyers or business coupons. But whenever you receive an actual, addressed letter with words from a friend, it’s something to treasure. With...

9 Mar
Featured | Wellness & Healthy Aging

Cycling with the Old Spokes

It’s a fact one of the most important parts of continued wellness at any age is a level of physical activity.But not only does Calgary’s cold winters make that more difficult, the barrier to entry for anyone starting out feels...

6 Jan

España por siempre

Driving east from Portugal I am nearing the Spanish border, nervous about what awaits me. The closer it is the faster I drive to get it over with. Will I need to prove my vaccinations? Will the flimsy documents I...

23 Dec
Featured | Opinion

We’re supported by folks like you

Two years ago, we thought of Kerby Centre as a place that offered programs and services for older adults. Then March 2020 was upon us and we had to close down Kerby Centre. For almost 50 years, 100 per cent of the...

20 Dec
Featured | Money

Five steps to stay vigilant against investment scams

In today’s ever-evolving online world, we have become used to the convenience and intuitive experiences available through the internet. While these technological improvements have been game-changers in our daily lives, scam artists are increasingly taking advantage of our comfort and...

18 Dec
Current Events | Featured

Sounds along the railway track

Like so many Canadians, I watched with horror as the weather-related disaster unfolded in British Columbia. They called it an Atmospheric River. This term is new to me but I came to understand very quickly how destructive it can be....