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Saturday , 8 May 2021

Editorial

Workplace accidents change families forever, it changed mine

Yesterday was the 30th anniversary of the National Day of Mourning which is set aside each year to remember those who have been killed or seriously injured in the workplace. It’s the call no family should ever have to receive because workplace accidents change families lives forever. I know this, …

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Capturing the decisive moment

A picture never recreates itself and I have learned many times that once a moment happens you need to capture it. If not captured it is lost in time and will never be seen again. Being a professional photographer, I am often asked what makes a good photograph? The truth …

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KERR: SPAN Gym feels entirely different as a vaccine clinic

I bought a vanilla dip donut from the drive-thru at Tim Hortons on my way home from getting my COVID-19 shot. The multi-coloured sprinkles and sugary icing seemed appropriate given my excitement at having my first dose of Pfizer induced immunity against the virus that has wreaked havoc with my …

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New town, new faces, new stories and same passion

My passion for journalism has brought me to many interesting places.  For years, I’ve been focusing on my education, experience, and potential career. I just didn’t know which career or what direction I was going. I felt as though something was missing. I felt as though I needed to be …

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KERR: Social buy-in for more restrictions isn’t there

When Alberta Premier Jason Kenney announced the phased re-opening in January, I said to my husband that this needed to work because I didn’t think people would tolerate a third round of restrictions. On Tuesday, Kenney announced a rollback to phase 1 of the “plan”, if we must call it …

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SPORTSHOUND: March Madness… or not.

Tales from the Timebox: March 29th, 2021 The month of March is normally crazy busy at the A. G. Ross Arena. Especially the past three years; excluding last March of course, when things shut down. We hosted the Hockey Alberta Provincial finals three years in a row. First, we did …

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KERR: Golf course logo spills the ‘t’

Author’s note: The error this editorial was written about WAS caught before publication and before the logo was finalized. I would like to offer my sincere apology for not double checking that, and commend the Town of St. Paul for their choice of logo for the St. Paul Golf Course. …

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