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“The only reason I didn’t die”

The alarm on his phone simply labeled “meds” pings as he heads to the Shopper’s Drug Mart where his favourite staff know him by name. For the past three years, Christopher Berger has gone to the same North Edmonton pharmacy,

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Residence life in flux

The COVID pandemic has had a significant impact on universities. From the way they are operating to which facilities have been able to remain open, and of course, to online versus in-person classes. Several protocols, which were listed on the

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Turning reality TV into real success

Two brothers from Sherwood Park, Dawson and Jagger Glowatsky pitched their RV part business on season 16 of Dragons’ Den in December of 2021. In 2019, the duo decided to apply for Dragons’ Den, a reality show where ambitious entrepreneurs

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Creative Spotlight: Kurt McLeod

After nearly two decades of screenwriting, Kurt McLeod’s name is finally up in lights. At the end of last year, Copshop, a script McLeod’s been developing for over seven years, was finally made into a major motion picture. Growing up

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MacEwan’s 2022 writer in residence

Meet Naomi K. Lewis, the writer in residence at MacEwan University this year. Lewis is a well-known author of fiction and non-fiction literature from Ottawa.  “I’m really excited to work with people at all stages in their writing careers and

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The future for MacEwan’s nursing students

Alberta’s health services have undergone drastic changes during the COVID pandemic, including increased demand for nurses to work the frontlines. With these changes, MacEwan University’s senior nursing students have a lot to consider in terms of joining the workforce following

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Women rising to the top

Finding the right career can be daunting at times. It seems as though we are expected to know right away what we should be doing for the rest of our lives after we graduate. Sometimes we choose degrees that we

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A walk across Canada

Travelling across Canada on land is a daunting task. Xena Szkotak knows this better than anybody. She has been walking along the TransCanada Highway since Feb. 24, going from Victoria, B.C. and making her way to St. John’s, N.L.  The

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Aiming for an equal future, one game at a time

After the 2020 Tokyo Olympics this summer, female athletes have been propelled, and deservedly so, into the spotlight. Female athletes made up more than half of the athletes on Canada’s Olympic team, and women took home two-thirds of Canada’s total

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