09
Dec
2020
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Fort Saskatchewan students collect socks, snacks for vulnerable community members – Edmonton

Students in Fort Saskatchewan are gathering a few winter essentials to help their community during its coldest months. Kids in Grade 5 classes at Southpointe School have been collecting sock and snack donations from family, friends and local businesses. A Southpointe School teacher poses in front of school donations.…
26
Oct
2020
Posted by: In: African, African Canadian, Black, Black filmmaking, Black movie, Black talent, Calgary drama, Calgary film production, Calgary filmmaking, Calgary production, Calgary series, Canada, diversity, Economy, Features, Film, movie diversity, my african family, news, simba creative

First-of-its-kind African-Canadian film production in Calgary showcases Black talent – Calgary

It isn’t something anybody had ever thought was possible: a predominantly Black cast and crew filming a drama series in Calgary. Sylvester Ndumbi runs Simba Creative. He is the producer of a unique TV series called The African Family that follows a “young African-Canadian woman, who recently sponsored her…
02
Aug
2020
Posted by: In: Churros, Churros Anyone?, COVID-19, COVID-19 Lethbridge, Features, Food Truck, Food Trucks, Ice Cream, Lethbridge, lethbridge food trucks, Swirls, swirls ice cream

Lethbridge food trucks adapting after COVID-19 put the brakes on summer event season – Lethbridge

A meal, snack, or drink on wheels — whatever you may be craving, there’s probably a food truck that has it. “Since opening our food truck we’ve seen a lot of growth in the food truck industry,” co-owner of Swirls Ice Cream Steve Hirlehey said. “A lot of new trucks…
11
Apr
2020
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Canadians can’t get enough sex toys during coronavirus isolation – National

As the manager of Naughty North, Carolyn Eagle knows a thing or two about pleasure. More specifically, she knows about what toys and sex aids people tend to enjoy when they’re looking to enhance their pleasure. And yet, when the outbreak of COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus,…
24
Apr
2019
Posted by: In: Business, Features, Lux Windows

80- and 75-year-old business partners still reporting to work in Calgary

Community reporter Deb Matejicka talks to a couple of Calgary grandfathers who still find joy in running the business they bought together over 30 years ago.