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Coffee with Warren: Blessing those who curse us?

Coffee with Warren: Blessing those who curse us?

Responses to last week’s column have been inspiring to the core.
COFFEE WITH WARREN: Love for All, Hatred for None

COFFEE WITH WARREN: Love for All, Hatred for None

The Ahmadiyya Muslim community’s motto, “Love for All, Hatred for None,” was certainly put to the test recently. On June 9 in London, Ont.
Council Column: Celebrating and supporting older adults

Council Column: Celebrating and supporting older adults

Seniors’ Week celebrations saw over 200 participants joining in Town of Cochrane programs. This was a considerable success given all the COVID barriers we are experiencing.
EDITORIAL: Patience, kindness and respect needed as Alberta reopens

EDITORIAL: Patience, kindness and respect needed as Alberta reopens

This past week has been one of the busiest and event-filled times for Cochranites since COVID-19 first arrived in the province.
Cochrane's Tasting Pleasures: Understanding Fruit Beer (made with real fruits)

Cochrane's Tasting Pleasures: Understanding Fruit Beer (made with real fruits)

Fruits have been used to flavour beers for a very long time. According to numerous historical records, Ancient Egyptians were known for adding fruits and spice to their beer such as dates and Pomegranate.
Mayor's Column: A Seniors’ Week Message to Cochrane Seniors

Mayor's Column: A Seniors’ Week Message to Cochrane Seniors

With spring flowers in bloom and the Cochrane hill greening up, there is optimism in the air and it is Seniors Week! Our seniors are a vital part of our community. They are parents, grandparents, mentors, friends, employees and employers.
EDITORIAL: Reckoning with Residential Schools

EDITORIAL: Reckoning with Residential Schools

The discovery of the remains of 215 children in a mass unmarked grave on the grounds of the former Residential School in Kamloops, B.C. has left many Canadians reeling.
COFFEE WITH WARREN: Good day to live — and to love

COFFEE WITH WARREN: Good day to live — and to love

Headlines lately have left no doubt that two culprits have been having an especially disturbing impact on life among the Stoney Nakoda First Nation at Morley: the recent discovery of the previously undocumented remains of 215 students at the former K
Letter to the Editor: Those who live in glass houses should not throw rocks

Letter to the Editor: Those who live in glass houses should not throw rocks

According to your recent (May 20) editorial, “The province has left Cochrane between a rock and a hard place with CMRB." The idiom "between a rock and a hard place" means to have to choose between two equally undesirable choices.
EDITORIAL: Respect your elders

EDITORIAL: Respect your elders

Senior’s Week takes place from June 7 to 13 and is the perfect opportunity to take a moment and recognize how challenging the past year has been on some of the most vulnerable among us.