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“Love, family and the world of ranching”: Heartland’s core values hold strong

Heartland celebrated its 250th episode, bringing global audiences together.  “I love that we can share what we do across the world,” said Michelle Morgan, who plays Lou on the show. Heartland, known for its family-friendly content, premiered its 17th season opener at the Calgary International Film Festival (CIFF) on Sept. 28, 2023, making it the […]

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National Day for Truth and Reconciliation events

Each year, Sept. 30 marks the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, previously known as Orange Shirt Day when people wear orange in solidarity with survivors of residential schools and the children who never returned home.  This date is designed to educate people and promote awareness about the Indian residential school system and the impact […]

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Elders Story Circle helps heal trauma and share history

Indigenous Elders hope recounting their experiences at residential schools on National Day for Truth and Reconciliation Saturday will foster healing and reconciliation. The idea for the project began in 2021, with news from Kamloops of a potential burial ground outside the residential school. The Elders Knowledge Circle Society and Calgary’s Arts Commons decided to team up. […]

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How students can manage stress through exercise, pursuing creative outlets along with sleeping and eating well

There are many different causes of stress in university students. While everyone experiences stress differently, it has undoubtedly affected everyone at some point.  Whether you experience stress as a roadblock in your learning, preventing you from mustering up motivation, or a constant stream of anxiety pushing you to work harder than your body can handle, […]

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How to upkeep mental health hygiene throughout university

With the increased workload weighing down on university students during the semester, it’s not uncommon for stress levels to increase. According to the National College Health Assessment, many university students battle mental health struggles like anxiety, stress and depression. Nearly 25 per cent of the subjects in the study, which polled students from several Canadian […]