As we look forward to the upcoming May Long weekend, in hopes that the good weather is not far behind, I wanted to provide you a quick update from Ottawa. Rona Ambrose Leaves Federal Politics
As the weekend winds down and we all get ready to start another busy week here in Red Deer central Alberta, here’s are some quick thoughts from yours truly on some of the latest happenings in our great region…
Oh, to write a Mother's Day piece and not sound cheesy. After racking my brain for what I could possibly say for Mother's Day that would be profound, I thought of two simple words we often forget to say: Thank you.
For those who have been following the story of Mr. B.C., sorry it has taken a while to continue the story. I’m used to being a broadcaster, not a writer.
I’m proud to announce the Legislative Assembly of Alberta has unanimously passed Wildrose’s Bill 202: The Protecting Victims of Non-Consensual Distribution of Intimate Images Act.
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.