McDermott: You cannot steer a parked car

Scott McDermott’s weekly column

Nerd Talk: Stop with the reboots

It’s time to stop the reboots and start coming up with something new

News Talk – Harry Potter, 20 years later and still awesome

The Harry Potter series celebrated it’s 20th anniversary on June 27.

Pro-Pipeline Convoy
Pro-Pipeline Convoy
Ecole Steffie Woima School Choir
Sacred Massed Choir Concert

Opinion: Unlocking fees, begone

Praise for the latest CRTC decision

  • Jun 22, 2017

Are carbohydrates bad?

Scott McDermott discusses nutrition-related misconceptions, and what diets work for whom.

  • Jun 1, 2017

Letter to the editor

A concerned resident shares their concerns, after May long weekend

  • Jun 1, 2017

Playground fundraising continues with bottle drive

Eckville continues to hold successive fundraisers to help with its efforts to build a playground for its elementary school.

Reading to better myself

Caroline Vandriel reflects on what she's been reading lately.

  • Jun 1, 2017

The Bathroom Scale: Friend or Foe?

There are those out there that think the scale is a terrible invention, and should be smashed with a hammer or thrown away.

This deal just keeps getting worse

The more we learn about the largest tax increase in Alberta’s history, the worse the news gets.

  • May 18, 2017

MLA Don MacIntyre report

In 2015 farm cash receipts for Alberta totaled $13.6 billion, representing 23% of Canada’s primary agricultural production.

How to get fit, watching hockey

It doesn’t take much to do this, and the benefits are massive, while you get your fix watching the playoffs.

Book Review: Not my kind of spy

That was my adventure. I’d live in foreign countries, get sick or injured and have to be admitted into local hospitals.

  • May 11, 2017

‘A’ is for apple

Education is one of the greatest privileges we have as a society. The apple on the desk as it were.

Make the world your gym

Fact is, we are surrounded by opportunities to be more fit.

MLA Report: Innisfail – Sylvan Lake Don MacIntyre

The booming young families of 50 years ago, are not so young any more. Healthcare needs are shifting from pediatrics to geriatrics

Whisper to a Scream

But if you can keep going in spite of it, and just start…then something happens. You do not fail, you succeed in some way

Living without regret

I am willing to bet you have heard or read about the philosophy of ‘living with no regrets’.

The story of Red Deer’s first court houses

Premier Rachel Notley came to Red Deer to announce further details on a new $97 million Justice Centre for Red Deer.

  • Apr 20, 2017

MLA Report: Innisfail-Sylvan Lake MLA Don MacIntyre

In our country, about 1 in 2 Canadians will or have volunteered their time in some way.