What Alberta conservatives may not learn from Ford

Looking to Ontario for clues on how to turn its fortunes around fraught with uncertainties

What Alberta conservatives may not learn from FordImagine a provincial premier who is wildly unpopular with voters. An election is still some time away, but pundits are already speculating the incumbent conservative party could suffer a bloodbath. As the conservative government lunges from one fumble to the next, their leader just can’t stop putting his foot in his mouth. The NDP opposition…

How GoDaddy helped this young Albertan entrepreneur find balance

At 28, Jordan McTaggart has a thriving business and time for school

How GoDaddy helped this young Albertan entrepreneur find balanceEntrepreneur Jordan McTaggart has found a way to have the best of both worlds: a thriving online business and enough time to pursue other life and career goals. For many business owners, “work-life balance” is an illusive concept, but McTaggart told YYC Business that he achieved it with the support of community and some powerful…

An icy torture test for the AWD Sienna

Made for Canada's winters? Let's find out

An icy torture test for the AWD SiennaTalk is cheap. Toyota tells consumers the AWD Sienna is up for adventure. But does that mean a truly Canadian adventure? Normally, automotive journalists are often forced to assess vehicles based on just a few days’ experience – the equivalent of that honeymoon period. There isn’t much time to discover a new vehicle’s warts. No…

How a bike ride across Canada restored my belief in people

It changed my view of Canadians and perhaps of human nature itself

How a bike ride across Canada restored my belief in peopleSo, we enter another year under a cloud. Omicron is on a rampage. Airlines are cancelling flights. Putin is playing brinksmanship with Biden. Colorado is experiencing wildfires in the winter. House prices are on speed. And Canada’s national debt is at historic levels. There’s a lot to be stressed out about. It’s a bad year…

Our most popular reads in 2021

Scientific and health breakthroughs, Indigenous rights and, perhaps surprisingly, the sexual orientation of an historic king

Our most popular reads in 2021Readers will remember 2021 as the year the COVID-19 pandemic just wouldn't quit, but their reading choices show they were looking for variety in their news. Our Top Reads for the year show interest in scientific and health breakthroughs, Indigenous rights and, perhaps surprisingly, the sexual orientation of an historic king. Here are the stories…

Second World War attack helped shape Bell Island’s history

It was the only domestic location where Canadians lost their lives during the global conflict

Second World War attack helped shape Bell Island’s historyTroy Media publisher Doug Firby was part of a group of Canadians who call themselves ConnecTour. Starting last May in British Columbia and ending in October in Newfoundland, they made an 8,000-km bicycle journey across the country, discovering how the COVID-19 pandemic has reshaped our lives and sense of community. Bell Island is a little…

Cross-country cyclists welcomed by St. John’s deputy mayor

ConnecTour cross-country cyclists finally reach their destination

Cross-country cyclists welcomed by St. John’s deputy mayorTroy Media publisher Doug Firby is part of a group of Canadians who call themselves ConnecTour. Starting last May in British Columbia and ending in October in Newfoundland, they hope to make an 8,000-km bicycle journey across the country, discovering how the COVID-19 pandemic has reshaped our lives and sense of community. Watch for their…

Cycling tour across Canada ends in St. John’s, N.L.

The four riders completing the tour talk about their emotions as their cross-country tour comes to an end

Cycling tour across Canada ends in St. John’s, N.L.Troy Media publisher Doug Firby is part of a group of Canadians who call themselves ConnecTour. Starting last May in British Columbia and ending in October in Newfoundland, they hope to make an 8,000-km bicycle journey across the country, discovering how the COVID-19 pandemic has reshaped our lives and sense of community. Watch for their…

War, tragedy, and a Broadway hit all part of Gander’s celebrated past

From the Second World War to 9/11, Gander has a lot to be proud of

War, tragedy, and a Broadway hit all part of Gander’s celebrated pastTroy Media publisher Doug Firby is part of a group of Canadians who call themselves ConnecTour. Starting last May in British Columbia and ending in October in Newfoundland, they hope to make an 8,000-km bicycle journey across the country, discovering how the COVID-19 pandemic has reshaped our lives and sense of community. Watch for their…

Proud captain sails to Canada’s other ‘distinct society’: Newfoundland

Capt. Stan Peet says while Newfoundland is definitely a part of Canada, it is a very distinct society

Proud captain sails to Canada’s other ‘distinct society’: NewfoundlandCapt. Stan Peet is the only of five siblings not born on Newfoundland. His father was serving in the military when his youngest son was born in Nova Scotia’s Annapolis Valley. Yet, he considers himself a true Newfoundlander. Canada’s most eastern province, he says, is every bit as much a distinct society as Quebec. Isolated…
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