Nestled along the back roads of Balzac stands the high towers, crosses and domes of the St. Mina Coptic Orthodox Church.
Though I’m not sure if The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966) was intended to have underlining hints towards questionable perceptions of masculinity, the title sure is an eerily accurate ways to describe the relationship between men and emotions.
As kids growing up in Crossfield, Steve Sackett, 31, and Cody Havens, 30, were inseparable.
Cochrane’s Half Hitch Brewing Company is one month away from spinning the wheels on a first batch of beer after five long years of dedication building the microbrewery from the ground up.
An Irricana farmstead has been steadily reconnecting Alberta’s dinner tables to the farm by building a locally sourced and sustainable operation, raising all natural, free-range pigs.
The expanding and cutting-edge field of 3D printing has entered the classroom in Crossfield.
On Feb. 20, 2015, the “will they, won’t they” schoolyard chatter of a Manny Pacquiao-Floyd Mayweather fight was finally settled after six long years.
On the scenic rural route along Highway 567 between Airdrie and Irricana lays a one-and-a-half storey wood framed church, solitary among the rolling fields sprawled forth in every direction.
On their farmstead outside of Irricana, Christopher Fasoli and his wife Jessica are constructing a craft malt house for their upstart company Hobo Malt and pioneering an industry that has not existed in North America since the 1920s when prohibition dried the United States.
Throughout this extremely long and tiring election there has been a major push to engage voters, especially young voters who have not – or traditionally would not – vote.