In the last election the prime minister of the federal con party of Canada and his party of cons got only 18% of the voters voting for them. 95 more words
Medicine Hat resident — a double-lung transplant recipient — reminds Albertans to commit to organ donating
Terry Sawchuk says his double-lung transplant in Edmonton back in March 2011 saved his life.
After suffering from idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis – a disease that causes scaring in the lungs so severe it makes it nearly impossible for patients to breathe – Sawchuk says he wanted “to turn a negative into a positive” by telling people his donated lungs saved his life. 244 more words
Yesterday, the Alberta government announced that liquor stores, restaurants and bars are required to display signs about FASD prevention to help raise awareness of FASD. 591 more words
Today at the Legislature, the Sikh community is coming together in the spirit of unity and solidarity to celebrate Vaisakhi. Through this festival celebrating the founding of the Sikh community known as the Khalsa, the cherished customs and traditions that have endured since 1699 are reaffirmed and shared through the good works of celebrants. 190 more words
As the world goes through its continuing economic turmoil, Canada has quietly become one of the world’s economic safe havens. A haven where international money is being parked for safety and ROI, a haven that is poised to provide the world what it needs for at least the next decade and probably a lot longer. 609 more words