It was to be expected. This week a blogger for Expedia.ca listed Red Deer among the “34 Most Breathtaking Places in North America.”
Everything was fine, or so we thought. Ryder, our black lab-heeler cross, spent the first couple years of his life chained up. My wife rescued him shortly before we met in 2013.
I’m no financial expert, but one thing I have an appreciation for is how arduous a task it is for City of Red Deer staff and city council to do a budget.
Now that I’ve used ridesharing for the first time, I’m convinced. The sooner it can come to Red Deer, the better.
I hope everyone is able to enjoy the Easter Holiday with loved ones. I am looking forward to spending the next two weeks in the riding as Parliament takes a constituency break.
Another couple of signs that B.C. was a well looked after and loved dog, before we found him, was his “Mambo #5” (poop dance) and the way he ate a Milk Bone.
June 19, 2006. That was the day the Edmonton Oilers lost game seven of the Stanley Cup Final to the Carolina Hurricanes.
The Red Deer Rebels 25th Anniversary season is officially in the books. In the end, the team accomplished pretty much what everyone expected of them: finish top three in the division and make the playoffs.
A lot has gone on since my last update locally, nationally, and internationally. I am pleased to bring you an update on some of those events. US Missile Attacks in Syria