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Double Bill: The Vinyl Cafe and Welcome to Night Vale

Under the heading of unusual grieving processes, there’s how I seem to be dealing with the recent loss of a Canadian cultural icon.

Since I was a kid, one of the fixtures at CBC Radio has been the… 1,794 more words


Review: The North (and almost everything in it)

Book: The North (and almost everything in it) by Paul Morley (582 pages)

Published: 2014 (Paperback version)

Genre: Memoir, Historical Non-fiction

Period: Mostly late 1950s to early 1970s Stockport, North West England, but gives a brief history (mostly focusing on Manchester) from roughly the Romans to 1976. 743 more words


Proposal to expand Cockburn Secondary Academy

The Cockburn Multi Academy Trust and governing body of Cockburn Secondary Academy, in partnership with Leeds City Council, are proposing to expand Cockburn Academy from a capacity of 210 pupils in year 7 to 270 pupils in year 7 and to increase the total admission limit from 1050 to 1350 pupils from September 2018. 121 more words

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Graduate of SAIT's on-reserve program hopeful for future

As Katrina Alexander-Hunter, 30, was handed her SAIT graduation certificate Friday, it signified more than a few months of hard work.

It is the beginning of a dream and, hopefully, a better life for her children on the Bearspaw reserve at Morley. 334 more words

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The voice may be silent now, but the legacy will live on!

The “Hairdresser” story was my introduction to The Vinyl Cafe and the legendary Stuart McLean. With every story, I got to laugh, cry, imagine, and dream. 148 more words

Revisiting McDougall Church

You don’t need to follow DanOCan.com for long to know that McDougall Memorial United Church is one of my favorite places to visit.  I have been out there for Historic Calgary Week presentations, in the dead of winter, and in the heat of summer.   363 more words