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Plant that yard; Eat that yard

Plant that yard; Eat that yard

Growing your own food is the new big thing in gardening, stemming from many people's concerns about food security during the pandemic.
Alberta now a leader in greenhouse mapping thanks to Deb Foisey

Alberta now a leader in greenhouse mapping thanks to Deb Foisey

Officially dubbed the Alberta Greenhouse Drive Map, it has morphed into a novel form of agri-tourism with direct economic benefit to growers.
Instructors create swim school ahead of Fountain Park closure

Instructors create swim school ahead of Fountain Park closure

Kirsty Fulton, one of the swim instructors spearheading the school, said she has already seen some anxiety surrounding pool accessibility and what lessons will be available due to the Fountain Park rec centre closure.  
End-of-life planning part of a meaningful journey

End-of-life planning part of a meaningful journey

Maginley's own near-death experience helped to illuminate his life's work as an interfaith spiritual counsellor.
St. Albert Botanic Park buzzing with activity

St. Albert Botanic Park buzzing with activity

Past president Patricia Bell passes the torch to president Lyn Reynolds
Partners in Parks aims to beautify St. Albert

Partners in Parks aims to beautify St. Albert

Make an environmental impact. Volunteers are needed from May to September.
Marty Chan writes mind-bending science-fantasy youth book

Marty Chan writes mind-bending science-fantasy youth book

In Willpower, a young girl reclaims her identity through telekinesis
More than 1,000 wait in line for perogies to support Ukraine

More than 1,000 wait in line for perogies to support Ukraine

Taste of Ukraine's fundraiser, Perogies in the Parking Lot, raises $40,600
Too much sugar costs Canada billions, study finds

Too much sugar costs Canada billions, study finds

Canadians eating equivalent of three Kit Kats a day
Dream Home Lottery kicks off its 42nd year with $1.29M Erin Ridge home

Dream Home Lottery kicks off its 42nd year with $1.29M Erin Ridge home

Through the lottery, BGCBigs hopes to raise $1 million to support vulnerable children and youth challenged by the impacts of poverty.