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EDITORIAL: Push to rebuild McDougal Church an act of ignorance

EDITORIAL: Push to rebuild McDougal Church an act of ignorance

If Canadians truly wish to honour the process of Reconciliation we need to listen to Stoney Nakoda First Nation.
COFFEE WITH WARREN: Mission Mexico and the meritorious Father Fred MSM

COFFEE WITH WARREN: Mission Mexico and the meritorious Father Fred MSM

The Governor General of Canada has named Fr. Fred Monk , former pastor of St. Mary’s Church, Cochrane (1998-2007), as a recipient of the Meritorious Service Medal (Civil Division) for founding Mission Mexico ( missionmexico.com ).
Letter to the Editor: Franciscans development on the slopes of Big Hill

Letter to the Editor: Franciscans development on the slopes of Big Hill

The Franciscans proposed development plan on the slopes of Big Hill is seeking further stakeholder input.

COLUMN: Racism in Canada

Three important events have transpired in recent months that have underscored the presence of racism in Canada. First, hereditary leaders of the We’tsu’we’tun people asserted Indigenous title to unceded lands.
Letter to the Editor: Do not rebuild the McDougall Church

Letter to the Editor: Do not rebuild the McDougall Church

I was pleased to read your editorial regarding this being the time to take anti-racism action.
Embracing disruption to create innovation

Embracing disruption to create innovation

Celebrating the students of Bow Valley and Cochrane High youth who will no doubt help create a better world were honoured this week. They remind us of the important place youth have in shaping our society.
COFFEE WITH WARREN: Slipping the surly bonds of racism

COFFEE WITH WARREN: Slipping the surly bonds of racism

Longtime coffee companion Sandford “Sandy” McLeod wrote me recently about how an experience he had as a teenager shaped his appreciation for Black Lives Matter.
Letter to the Editor: Renaming Highway 8 after cowboy Clem Gardner necessary

Letter to the Editor: Renaming Highway 8 after cowboy Clem Gardner necessary

Hello Eagle readers; This is a follow-up to our first article in August 29, 2019.
Column: The Great Virtual Mount Everest Climb – Himalayan Hare

Column: The Great Virtual Mount Everest Climb – Himalayan Hare

Mountaineer Martin (aged 64) and grandson Nanatuk Nathan (aged 10) are climbing Mount Everest, 200 stairs per day. They left Base Camp (17,600 feet) on April 14 th and hope to reach the summit of Everest (29,029 feet) on July 17 th .
Letter to the Editor: What do we stand to lose in developing the Big Hill?

Letter to the Editor: What do we stand to lose in developing the Big Hill?

Big Hill Lodge. Big Hill Towing. Big Hill Cycle. Big Hill Haven Women’s Shelter. There’s a reason Cochranites get daily reminders of this stunning natural feature: The Big Hill is iconic—it’s a part of who we are.