Regulars(Archives)

Nov
27
2016
Volume
5-1
I have had several dozen guests on our IMPACT radio show on KAOS 91.1 since we began the program in February.  Among them have been social profit leaders, volunteers, and front-line life changers.  More recently, I was joined by Adem Campbell, a grade 7 teacher at Father Mercredi Community High…
Nov
27
2016
Volume
5-1
Off: How can a magazine about Fort McMurray possibly have made it to four years? Are there even enough interesting stories to get it that far? On: Maybe you haven’t been reading for the last four years, but what has become very clear in that time is this little community…
Nov
27
2016
Volume
5-1
Here is just a small look at some of the great events that took place in YMM over the last few months! If you have congratulations messages or an event you’d like featured in this section, please email editor@yourmcmurraymagazine.com. 
Nov
27
2016
Volume
5-1
It’s hard to believe that Your McMurray Magazine is heading into it’s fifth year. Time flies when you’re having fun and blessed to be a part of something that has truly become a part of who I am. 2016 will go down in the history books as a monumental year…
Sep
30
2016
Volume
4-5
Rebuilding. That word holds a lot of different emotions for the residents of our region this fall. It means literally four walls and a foundation before winter frost to some. It means painfully waiting to find out if you are able to rebuild in areas such as Waterways for others.…
Sep
30
2016
Volume
4-5
It wasn’t a death blow, but a bump in the road this past September when students returned to local schools. It was during this time period that we discovered what effect, if any, the forest fires had on the cycle of life for local sports.
Sep
30
2016
Volume
4-5
Off: Rebuilding: it’s not all that complicated a process, right? On: On the contrary, rebuilding may seem uncomplicated, but when there are significant numbers of structures needing to be rebuilt and entire neighbourhoods impacted, the scenario is deeply complex. From the clearing of debris in wildfire destroyed and damaged areas…
Sep
30
2016
Volume
4-5
When one looks at photos of the devastation that surrounds it, it is hard to believe that Arianna Johnson’s home in Abasand remains standing. Johnson, Executive Director of the Wood Buffalo Food Bank, knows that the fact it survived the fire does not mean it is habitable.

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