National Indigenous Peoples Day is an opportunity for all of us to learn more about Indigenous peoples and their contributions to Canadian culture and society, and to build upon existing relationships on our collective journey towards reconciliation. […]
More than two months after the Midstream Support Society’s Annual General Meeting and a call for more volunteers, the society has been forced to reduce their thrift store’s hours of operation to three days per week. […]
Clear definitions of harassment, including sexual and domestic violence, and increased protection from violence and harassment come into effect June 1 with Alberta’s updated Occupational Health and Safety laws. […]
As seniors prepare to take to the skies, some may have questions about how best to get through security screening. Fortunately, the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority has some tips to help us all breeze through. […]
Morinville’s volunteer-run coffee shop is continuing to be a community hub over the summer by offering several events and initiatives, including a gathering for military spouses, live music on Fridays, and putting money back into the community.
The Government of Alberta has one number to call for a variety of abuse concerns. The Alberta Supports abuse line is 1-855-4HELPAB (4435722) and offers Albertans the ability to report abuse and receive support, information and referrals through the new centralized phone line.
Alberta officially apologized for past practices that led to the removal of Indigenous children from their families. Known as the Sixties Scoop, the government says the actions lead to a loss of culture, identity and connection to their communities, and those impacts are still felt by survivors and their families today. The apology is part of Alberta’s reconciliation efforts.
U.S. President Donald Trump may have cancelled his planned summit with North Korean dictator Kim
Jong Un (although even that is unclear). But it seems that plans for bringing peace to the Korean Peninsula will carry on anyway ñ with or without America. […]