All posts by Rebecca Lippiatt

Came for the ice and stayed for the chainsaw Veteran ice carvers coached participants during workshop

On Jan. 20, four experienced ice carvers coached seven participants in a day-long ice carving workshop on the front patio of Alberta Avenue Community League.

The group worked collectively on a chair and individually on a series of smaller sculptures to show different aspects of the art. Continue reading Came for the ice and stayed for the chainsaw Veteran ice carvers coached participants during workshop

Parent councils play crucial role Council fundraising helps with important projects

Parents from other Catholic schools have stepped in to help St. Alphonsus Catholic School undertake fundraising for a new playground.

Due to zoning regulations, land use, and funding allocation, there isn’t enough money to build a playground, and the school can’t access city funds. The school hasn’t had a parent council for over 10 years, which has impacted the ability to fundraise. Many parents don’t have the time or energy to join or create a parent council as they work two or three jobs. Continue reading Parent councils play crucial role Council fundraising helps with important projects

Explore different options when buying meat NAIT Retail Meat Store sells products during semesters

You don’t necessarily need to buy meat from a grocery store or directly from a farm. The Professional Meat Cutting and Merchandising program at NAIT also sells meat from September to December and from January to April.

Rob Povey, program chair and instructor, would like customers to “come and see us every week and buy fresh meat.” Continue reading Explore different options when buying meat NAIT Retail Meat Store sells products during semesters

Budapest Delicatessen now has new owners Store offers Hungarian food and friendly service

The first thing you notice about the Budapest Delicatessen is the mouth-watering smell of smoked meats wafting down 111 Avenue. The next thing is the bright and welcoming interior, where shoppers can meet new owners Silvia Taborosi and her parents, Maria and Imre. Continue reading Budapest Delicatessen now has new owners Store offers Hungarian food and friendly service