Skip to content

Opinion

Cocharne Tourism: Live the Adventure

Cocharne Tourism: Live the Adventure

Adventure lies in wait all around Cochrane. And let’s face it, we’re all ready to venture (safely) outdoors while the gorgeous summer weather continues. Here are some of our favourite things to do and places to go.
COFFEE WITH WARREN: Potter molds clay for beauty

COFFEE WITH WARREN: Potter molds clay for beauty

In a recent conversation with local artists at Route 22 Gallery , the question came up: If beauty is so important for the healing of our broken world, then how can we ourselves become more truly beautiful works of art as agents of healing? After all,
COLUMN: Hepatitis C is silent like the fog

COLUMN: Hepatitis C is silent like the fog

Common Sense Health examines issues of health and wellness
COLUMN: Healing in Cochrane

COLUMN: Healing in Cochrane

Remember to Breathe This Weekend The summer months are all about relaxing and enjoying what the season has to offer. But for many of us these days, stress levels are high and finding time for self-care can be difficult. In Cochrane, solutions abound.
COFFEE WITH WARREN: Canyon inspiration for COVID times

COFFEE WITH WARREN: Canyon inspiration for COVID times

Recent visits to Cochrane’s Route 22 Artist Collective Gallery have reminded me of a special gift such agents of beauty bring to our world: seeing beyond life’s disappointments.
OPINION: The inspiring story of Captain Tobias

OPINION: The inspiring story of Captain Tobias

A month ago, I came across the story of Tobias Weller. Tobias is a 9-year-old lad from Sheffield, England who suffers from cerebral palsy and autism. He was inspired by Captain Tom to complete a marathon using his walker. He completed the 42.
Opinion: Preserving the fruits of labour

Opinion: Preserving the fruits of labour

If you enthusiastically threw a bunch of seeds in the ground this spring in a desire to grow more of your own food, chances are by now you’ve got a hefty harvest.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Wearing a mask is a small thing to ask

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Wearing a mask is a small thing to ask

With regard to Patrick Wilson\'s statement "wearing masks" intrudes on "hard-won" personal liberties.
Opinion: Art for arts sake this weekend

Opinion: Art for arts sake this weekend

So the August long weekend has come and gone. The following weekend may feel like the next birthday after a milestone but not so, dear reader! Hang on to that long weekend feeling with a tour around Cochrane to discover our vibrant art scene.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Dissapointed with Cochrane mandatory masks bylaw

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Dissapointed with Cochrane mandatory masks bylaw

I am greatly disappointed with the Cochrane Councils decision (minus, the wise Morgan Nagel) to mandate the use of mandatory masks in Cochrane.