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“Summertime and the livin’ is easy”

July 15, 2016

By Melissa Babcock Over the years, summertime in Alberta has become synonymous with one word: festivals! The summer months are rife with so many festivals, you can literally find something to do or someplace to be almost every weekend in July and August. The legendary Calgary Stampede is already underway, with K-Days soon to follow. […]

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Summer memories

May 6, 2016

By Melissa Babcock Five years ago, I walked up the concrete steps to my new workplace for the first time. I was fresh out of school and about to embark on a summer job in my newly chosen field. I was nervous to the point of sweating but was hopeful that my stint as a […]

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Driven to cell phone distraction

March 18, 2016

By Angela Unsworth I come from a time before cell phones were common. The first mobile phone I ever saw was a car phone. I’m not that old, I swear! The same friend who had this magical car phone was also the first one among us to get a more portable cell phone—the Motorola StarTac. […]

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When in doubt – layer up!

February 19, 2016

By Melissa Babcock A few months back, on a brisk, fall morning, I left the house wearing a light jacket and a pair of ballet flats on my feet. There was no snow on the ground and the weather for the past few days had been quite balmy, so I thought nothing of my light […]

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What is love – a song for work safety?

February 12, 2016

By Angela Unsworth Valentine’s Day is coming up! Looking over past blog posts during this momentous time in our lives, a song (What is love by Haddaway) in a previous post by Matt, Love and the workplace, inspired me to write this for you today. You might wonder what this song could possibly have to do with […]

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