Morinville lawyer Andrew Lawson recently returned from a two-week canoe trip. But unlike many Albertans who hopped in a canoe while camping this summer, Lawson’s journey was one of geographical distance as well as one with miles travelled in creating building blocks for Truth and Reconciliation. […]
Every other year – going back to Jean Chretien’s first mandate – I’ve tried to spend the last week of my summer vacation on Quebec’s Magdalen Islands, using part of the time to catch a glimpse of what makes some of the voters behind the polling numbers tick.
Federal, provincial and territorial Ministers of Health have agreed to a Common Statement of Principles (CSP) on Shared Health Priorities. The Principles will focuses on improving Canadians’ access to mental health and addiction services, as well as to home and community care. […]
(NC) Missed alarms, stubborn teenagers and spilt milk are just some of the reasons you and your kids might be missing a healthy breakfast. But building a menu of a few grab-and-go breakfast ideas can help you never miss it again. Here, Brittany Thomas, a registered dietitian at Loblaws, shares her favourite ready-to-eat breakfasts that will give your family a great start to the day. […]
Two terms jumped to the top of the most-searched at Merriam-Webster dictionary following the deadly white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Va., this past weekend: white nationalist and white supremacist. […]