Springtime ushers in Québec’s sweetest tradition
Calgary Herald
by Jody Robbins
1h ago
Delicate wisps of steam rise above an enormous cauldron hovering over a crackling wood-burning fire. Orange ribbons tied to a nearby tipi frame flutter in the wind. The air is filled with the sweet scent of sap, and floating along that breeze is a welcoming song, its rhythm set by the beat of a hide drum. It’s a moment to savour before tapping into one of the most quintessentially Canadian experiences. Yes, folks, it’s maple time. Read More ..read more
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Keenan: Viagra can be good for your brain
Calgary Herald
by Michele Jarvie
2h ago
For a quarter of a century, Viagra (sildenafil) and its younger cousins like Cialis (tadalafil) have been improving the sexual health of men worldwide. These drugs have become the gold standard for treating erectile dysfunction. They work by inhibiting the level of a compound called PDE5, thereby increasing blood flow to the penis. Now, it appears they may also have other positive health effects. Read More ..read more
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Opinion: What if we could monetize waste and help balance Alberta's budget?
Calgary Herald
by Michele Jarvie
2h ago
When Alberta Budget 2024 was released, Finance Minister Nate Horner touted that the province’s fiscal plan was based on "the same priorities held by Albertans who create their own household budgets." Much was made of the budget "striking the right balance," being "responsible" and managing our resources "wisely." Read More ..read more
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Opinion: It's not an either-or situation between trades and tech
Calgary Herald
by Michele Jarvie
2h ago
It’s finally official. Future generations of Albertans will no longer have to worry about windmills and solar panels interfering with their pristine view of the strip mines, clearcuts and pumpjacks that currently adorn the Eastern Slopes of the Rockies. Read More ..read more
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Calgary Herald letters for April 13: Not feeling welcomed in Calgary
Calgary Herald
by Michele Jarvie
2h ago
As a former longtime resident of Calgary, I still visit family every two months. On my most recent visit, I was driving on Deerfoot Trail and was distracted by some protesters on an overpass. I was shocked to see them with a rainbow banner and a sign saying "Perverts: Stop grooming our kids." Read More ..read more
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‘A night worth celebrating’: Kadri marks milestone, leads Flames past Ducks
Calgary Herald
by Wes Gilbertson
9h ago
Nazem Kadri has plenty of wisdom to share with his Calgary Flames teammates. Nine-hundred games worth now. Read More ..read more
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'I have done nothing wrong': Alberta distillery behind jumbo vodka jugs wants apology from cabinet minister
Calgary Herald
by The Canadian Press
15h ago
EDMONTON — An Alberta distillery behind four-litre vodka jugs that stirred controversy this week says it was unfairly targeted on social media and wants an apology from the cabinet minister who said the product was not responsibly priced. Read More ..read more
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Calgary scientist conducting research with NASA to bolster astronauts' health on long missions
Calgary Herald
by Laurice Gomes
16h ago
A Mount Royal University biologist is partnering with NASA and the German Space Agency to conduct research that will help astronauts maintain their health during prolonged space missions. Read More ..read more
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Eric Volmers' picks for what to see, listen to and watch this weekend
Calgary Herald
by Eric Volmers
18h ago
What to listen to: Laurie Anne Fuhr with Toni Vere, April 13 at Jam's Diner, 1 p.m. Read More ..read more
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‘Just want to get healthy’: Flames prospect Honzek hoping to put injury woes in rearview
Calgary Herald
by Wes Gilbertson
19h ago
Sam Honzek is hoping to finish this frustrating season on a positive note. Read More ..read more
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