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February 8, 2023

Pass golf course receives high course ranking

Beyond the Contour, a golf course ranking outlet, has named the local club to its Top 100 Public Golf Courses.

February 22, 2023

School division’s international student program needs help with host homes

A representative from the school division was present to speak with council regarding help finding host families.

December 14, 2022

Hunting gun ban considered to be ‘overreach’ by Government of Alberta

“The amendment came out of nowhere. This was a handgun bill."

February 22, 2023

Canadian actress starts Improv Group in the Pass

"I’m hoping I end up with a core of super improv nerds like me"

November 2, 2022

Video Game Industry​

The video game industry has steadily been putting out games that are incomplete for a few years now.

November 30, 2022

2022 World Cup​

There has been quite the stir ever since the start of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

March 22, 2023


No, not the shingles on your roof, but the debilitating illness that stems from a bout of chickenpox.

March 15, 2023


My first time experiencing the wonderful event called The Pole and Spur in Blairmore was a blast!

March 8, 2023

Russian War Crimes

As the war in Ukraine carries on, evidence of Russian forces commiting atrocities continues to surface through investigation and video. There have been so many war crimes reported and there is an entire wikipedia dedicated to the information already.

March 22, 2023

Newspapers as a medium

To say that last week’s editorial touched a nerve for some and resonated with others is an understatement.

March 29, 2023

The Livingstone-Macleod Constituency Association and Take Back Alberta

As you can read beside my editorial (in the paper), there have been a few responses to my editorial from last week. 

March 15, 2023

UCP Nomination and Voting

The UCP nomination is over and I want to comment on the process of the voting rather than the winner.

March 8, 2023

I got bit by a dog!

I have had dogs all my life. I love dogs. I’ve never feared a dog in my entire life. Now I’m scared of dogs.

January 18, 2023

Looking Back: Bahzad Adulmuhsen Abdo, New Kurdish Canadian

Their living room was full of supportive community members all wanting to share that official announcement.

November 9, 2022

Looking Back: The history of the H.M.C.S. Blairmore

It may surprise many of you to learn that the town of Blairmore had a Bangor Class minesweeper named after it in 1942.

November 2, 2022

Looking Back: Tracing the Cadomin Conglomerate

The Kootenay geological formation holds the key to how the communities of the Pass developed

February 15, 2023

Looking Back: if those walls could have talked

Recently the old dance hall at Crowsnest Lake was dismantled and levelled and all that remains now is a bare patch where this remarkable old pavilion once stood. 

March 29, 2023

Looking Back: Close Encounters of the Bird Kind

“Bye, baby bunting,
Daddy’s gone a-hunting,
Gone to get a rabbit skin,
To wrap the baby Bunting in”

March 15, 2023

Looking Back: George Liebergall - True Grit

The Great Depression led to many desperate money-making measures and people would do just about anything to try and survive.

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