Articles

May
22
2018
Volume
6-4
Providing rural outreach shelter work is complex, but the Domestic-Family Violence Outreach Team at Waypoints has the heart and will.  Working in rural and Indigenous RMWB has been a journey for the Team-who reached their current operational status in April 2017. 
May
22
2018
Volume
6-4
In May of 2017, the Northern Lights Health Foundation funded the Janvier Food Security and Community Garden Project. The project stemmed from ideas shared by community members, followed by a proposal completed by the Alberta Health Services Community Wellness Team.
May
22
2018
Volume
6-4
Bannock is a popular bread served as a staple recipe to early settlers and fur traders. Today, Indigenous nations continue to make it - usually deep fried or baked, served at Indigenous festivals and gatherings of family and friends.
May
22
2018
Volume
6-4
The team at Balsom Communications is incredibly proud to bring you this edition of Your McMurray Magazine. It is our first edition dedicated to the Indigenous peoples of Wood Buffalo.
May
22
2018
Volume
6-4
There isn’t one person in Fort McMurray who doesn’t know what it is like to be forced from their home.  When fire ripped through the city and 88,000 people were evacuated, people said goodbye to their homes not knowing if they would ever see them again. Most were lucky, but…
May
22
2018
Volume
6-4
Angela Ross is an Addictions Counsellor at Mark Amy Treatment Centre, a program of the Wood Buffalo Wellness Society.  During a recent interview with Russell Thomas, Angela discussed the journey that brought her from her career as a Millwright to her current position. 
May
22
2018
Volume
6-4
Pollyanna McBain was aptly named. Originally from the Mi’kmaq community of Eel River Bar First Nation in New Brunswick, Pollyanna is probably the most optimistic person you will ever meet. She has a smile for everyone, especially children (she calls them little people). Despite several challenges, Pollyanna says, “We’ll manage,”…
May
27
2015
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For Web
"It's strange how an idea can grow and consume your daily life. It's even more so when your idea changes from a thought to a reality. I'm now in the process of making this transition. For nearly a year my short film Gods Acre has been in development. It's about…

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