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Coffee with Warren: Sunrise trampoline

Coffee with Warren: Sunrise trampoline

Sunsets really make the day for many of our coffee companions, if the responses I received to last week’s column are any indication.
Editorial: Papal visit

Editorial: Papal visit

In 2015, after years spent compiling the history and ongoing impacts of the residential school system, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (TRC) submitted its final report, part of which detailed 94 calls to action to move forward on re
Marathon Man: Hidden gems – TriHub at SLSFSC

Marathon Man: Hidden gems – TriHub at SLSFSC

Over the next several articles, I want to share with you some hidden local gems. These are locations, shops, and activities that you may not know about that are in and around Cochrane.
Coffee With Warren: A sunset invitation

Coffee With Warren: A sunset invitation

It’s that wonderful time of year when our Toronto-based son James [sesquiotic.com] pays us a visit in the land of his youth.
Coffee with Warren: View from my table

Coffee with Warren: View from my table

I stopped by Coffee Traders the other day to see what the buzz was around Cochrane. Our coffee companions Ginette Losier and Paul Ruggles invited me to join them at their window table.
EDITORIAL: Our neighbours need not be perfect to enhance our lives

EDITORIAL: Our neighbours need not be perfect to enhance our lives

In summer, the activities of our neighbours might conflict with our schedules and sensibilities, but this patchwork of activity is a welcome sign of life.
Coffee with Warren: Handshake for Truth and Reconciliation

Coffee with Warren: Handshake for Truth and Reconciliation

Pope Francis’ impending visit to Canada in the spirit of truth and reconciliation got me thinking about a prayer I discern within the handshake symbol of the Stoney Nakoda Nations at Morley.
Editorial: Rogers outage

Editorial: Rogers outage

Rogers' recent nationwide blackout highlighted a few things, such as the lack of competition in Canada's telecommunications sector and our overwhelming reliance on technology.
Letter: Reader is critical of MP Richards' newsletter

Letter: Reader is critical of MP Richards' newsletter

Dear editor, This letter is in response to Banff-Airdrie MP Blake Richards, regarding his recent newsletter article on "freedoms.
Coffee with Warren: Iris and the Saint

Coffee with Warren: Iris and the Saint

I walked through my wife’s garden the other day, and what should I see? Why, her statue of St. Francis of Assisi looking fondly at something just a pace or two from his feet!