What to do when your little athlete wants to quit: ‘I’m not sure we have to stick it out at all costs’

Like a lot of young children, Natalie Siou’s daughters have sampled all sorts of extracurricular activities, to varying degrees of success. While 10-year-old Cadence tended to give activities the ol’ college try, eight-year-old Elora typically knew right away which sports…

Alberta government taking another look at scrapping Daylight Saving Time

Posted November 19, 2019 3:09 pm Updated November 19, 2019 3:10 pm Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ For the second time in two years, the Alberta government is looking at scrapping…

Ford F-150 owner outraged over lack of property compensation after engine block heater catches fire

A B.C. couple whose Ford F-150 caught fire due to a faulty engine block heater has been waiting months for Ford Canada to offer compensation for their damaged property. “We feel that we’ve been getting a sheet thrown over our…

Edmonton boy stars in video game ad: ‘Nintendo wanted somebody with a visible disability’

Like many 16-year-olds, Aaron Waddingham likes to play video games. But unlike most teens, Aaron got paid for it. He was cast in the new Nintendo Switch commercial, which was released earlier this week. “I played it 20 times,” Aaron…

Indigenous Tourism accord signed in Kelowna to help boost growing economic sector

Indigenous Tourism B.C. and the B.C. government have signed a new accord, renewing a partnership that is centered around the fastest growing sector of tourism in the province. The Indigenous Tourism Accord was signed on Nov. 14 in Kelowna during…