March 3, 2015, marked the tenth anniversary of the killing of four Alberta RCMP officers — the deadliest day in the Continue reading
There’s a variety of beats for reporters: politics, education, health, aboriginal issues, environment, technology, aging movie stars … you name Continue reading
It was Saturday, 19 May 1984 — a pleasant, warm spring evening in Edmonton, Alberta. Across the city and clear Continue reading
About two dozen sympathizers braved minus-10 temperatures to attend a vigil on Wednesday, 22 January 2014 to mark the tenth Continue reading
“I look in the mirror and I see a normal man. But I know I’m not normal.” – Karl Toft. Continue reading
Countless stories have been written about the world’s most widely consumed alcoholic beverage: BEER! Well, here’s another yarn — with Continue reading
In 1983 a young Edmonton girl vanished on her way home from school. The years have flown by … and now the child’s mother, father and brother have all died early — their deaths brought on because of not knowing the child’s fate.