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Meeting Malala - How to connect by making the right connections

Meeting Malala - How to connect by making the right connections

It’s extraordinary how sometimes you meet someone and, through a series of connections, it can lead to an amazing opportunity.
Coffee with Warren: ‘Stella the communal perch’

Coffee with Warren: ‘Stella the communal perch’

The honey bees are back and enjoying the blossoms on our backyard apple tree. And whataperfect excuse to reconnect with our bee-friendly coffee companion, Stella Constance.
To love a Barn Buddy

To love a Barn Buddy

As much as cats are known to laze in the warmth of the sun, they also love to keep busy and have a purpose. For barn buddies, a productive day involves a good mouse chase.

The Indian Act’s Accountability Deficit

Within democratic political systems, the ultimate source of authority rests with the citizens who elect government. Accordingly, elections serve as the primary tool of accountability.
Coffee with Warren: Victim impact and forgiveness

Coffee with Warren: Victim impact and forgiveness

You’ve been invited to present a victim impact statement at the sentencing of your beloved brother’s murderer. At last you can make your outrage known.
Coffee with Warren: Gerald Kaquitts on happiness

Coffee with Warren: Gerald Kaquitts on happiness

It was nearly 50 years ago – Christmas holidays 1969, to be exact – when nine Stoney Nakoda young people from Morley climbed into my van and off we went on a visit to the spectacular canyon country of the U.S. Southwest.

Program builds futures

Many students graduate high school wondering how what they learned will apply to the real world. Students participating in Rocky View Schools Building Futures program in partnership with Kingsmith Homes, do not have the same question.
<b>Coffee with Warren:</b> Columnist’s wife sees with the heart

Coffee with Warren: Columnist’s wife sees with the heart

My amazing wife Mary Anna shared the honour of receiving the Rotary Club of Cochrane’s Integrity Award for 2018 at their annual Integrity dinner at the Cochrane RancheHouse this past Saturday.
Authenticity takes integrity

Authenticity takes integrity

“We need leaders who are authentic — people whose inner compass guides their daily actions and inspire trust by being honest and real.

The Indian Act’s concentration of power

The distribution of public power in Western parliamentary systems separates into the legislative, executive and judicial branches of government.