What would you do to save your favourite haunts? Would you fight? Or would you do nothing and let them fade into obscurity? These are the questions I'm asking you today. It should come as no surprise at this point that the restaurant industry has taken a pounding over the last two years. Even more… Continue reading Give a Little, Save a Lot
It's finally happened. After 15 months (or more) of varying lockdown stages, Alberta has announced that we've hit our targets in COVID cases and vaccination percentages. The result? As of July 1, we can relax most of the public health measures currently in place. What does this mean? No more masks. Little to no limits… Continue reading Open & Anxious
A week ago, the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo declared a State of Local Emergency. This time, not because of a fire or flood. This time, due to the current rate at which this pandemic seems to be spreading in our region. The numbers are unbelievable. To make matters worse, a few days ago, the… Continue reading Looking Back
There have got to be few worse feelings than putting on an item of clothing and quickly realizing you resemble an overstuffed tube of toothpaste. If any of you are like me, as I'm willing to bet many of you are, you have tried your best to make the best of our craptacular situation over… Continue reading The COVID 19…or 20
I am tired. Truth be told, I'm over this year. I was over it months ago, and with each passing day, my dislike for the year 2020 appears to be growing exponentially. I have done my best to keep my head up and remain optimistic through the whole thing; I have tried to look for… Continue reading Another Day
Is it legal for a store to refuse cash in Canada? In recent days, I have seen countless people complain on social media about how current measures and precautions in regards to COVID-19 are infringing upon their individual rights. The great mask debate is a perfect example. Now, it seems, people are getting aggravated with… Continue reading Cash, Coronavirus & You!