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The impact of supervised consumption sites

By Benjamin Sasges, August 26 2019— In 2018, my hometown of less than fifty-thousand people saw twenty die from drug overdoses, making it one of the major sources of opioid-related deaths in the B.C. interior. In Alberta, the number was 746, with Calgary providing a significant number of those deaths. The death toll, as well…

Essential oils that may help you manage stress

By Tori Taylor, August 25 2019 — Aromatherapy is an age-old practice and one that should not be overlooked. If you own a diffuser then you have likely tried out a few of the below-mentioned oils. If you are interested in experimenting with how essential oils can lower your stress or calm you down after…

PPC rolls out veterans policy ahead of writ drop

By Kristy Koehler, September 9 2019— A Calgary candidate rolled out a veterans policy at the first-ever People’s Party of Canada convention in Gatineau, Quebec in late August. Canadian Airborne veteran and candidate for Calgary Nose Hill Kelly Lorencz announced the policy alongside party leader Maxime Bernier. The policy, entitled “Veterans: Standing behind the men…

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