25 Aug
Money

Police warn of new mass-marketing extortion scam

Extortion scams have become more popular in the advent of the digital age, but Calgary Police are warning of a particularly new and frightening scam that’s targeted local citizens. In a social media post in August, the Calgary Police describe a...

25 Aug
Featured

Living well and eating better

On July 5, the menu is a tangy citrus chicken, with herbed potatoes, buttermilk pasta salad and a summer slaw. The folks in the kitchen need to work hard: there are 100 meals of these to make and eventually deliver. Over...

27 Jul
Featured

Family: our first and most important connection

I have been watching the news showing Ukrainian families fleeing their homeland. Fear and uncertainty are written on their faces. Where will they go? How will they live? Which country will take them in? Most importantly, will they ever be able to...

27 Jul
Money

Investing during uncertain times

For the past few decades, the Canadian economy has experienced exceptionally low inflation rates ranging from one to three per cent. Unfortunately, Canadians today are challenged with a 30-year high inflation rate of 6.8 per cent, with expectations that it...

27 Jul
Current Events

The impact of inflation on seniors

This week I did an interview with the Business Editor at the Canadian Press, about the impact of inflation on seniors. Here at Veiner and Kerby Centre, we are very concerned about how inflation is affecting seniors of all income...

13 Jul
Current Events | Featured

Wandering Through Butchart Gardens

As I get older I find myself enjoying flowers more than ever before. I’ve always had a penchant for peonies, but now I even enjoy the first tulips that start popping up in the spring, why is it I’ve never...