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    • MLA report June 6

      Hello Chestermere! I would like to draw your attention to a great article by Franco Terrazzano, Alberta Director of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation, in the...

    • Party People

      About five years ago a group of near-strangers in my neighbourhood did something unusual. They blocked off a road, hauled out a barbecue, inflated a...

    • Personal space and time

      One of the many things that change once you get a dog is personal space and time. Pre-dog you’d be able to lie in bed...

    • That time of year

      Those dog days of summer are just around the corner, although as always in Alberta the corner may be a longer bend than we would...

    • It’s A Dog’s Life in Boston

      Faithful readers may have recall that the three largest brewers in Canada are all owned by foreign conglomerates, as the drinks industry continues consolidating towards...

    • MLA report May 31

      Hello Chestermere readers! I would like to start off by saying congratulations to Chestermere Rotary Club for their installation of the life vests this last...

    • Why We Need Bugs

      My parents drove a big Chrysler Cordoba while I was growing up. I remember after road trips gathering around the front of our car with...

    • Life through Finn’s eyes (part 2)

      Today began differently from what it normally does with mom getting up really early: so early it was still dark! I decided to sleep on...

    • 23 Years of Wild Rose Beers

      Calgary’s Wild Rose Brewery has made frequent appearances in this column over the years, all the way back to the dawn of the new millennium....

    • Gift Culture

      I love the phrase, “culture eats strategy for breakfast.” We can strategize to make amazing businesses, neighbourhoods and thriving community, but it will only take...