Crafts and Recipes to Make this Halloween
With the spooky season just around the corner, it might have crept on you since this fall has been jam-packed with school starting, Thanksgiving, and even two elections! If you need a little inspiration on where to start to get into the Halloween spirit, we’ve prepared some crafts, recipes, and even some movie recommendations to get you started. Crafts This year, we have picked two monster-themed crafts that will delight and entertain your kids leading up to the holiday. You
What do the Referendums Mean in Calgary's 2021 Municipal Election?
On this upcoming Monday (Oct. 18th), thousands of Calgarians will be heading to the polls to decide the future direction of city council. With large infrastructure projects on the line, as well as three referendums, this municipal election is becoming a lot more encompassing of larger municipal issues. Since it's hard to find information that accurately describes what each referendum means, we've decided to compile some helpful information to ensure you can make an informed d
Judy Everson Talk at HMCS TECUMSEH
Judy Everson is an Indigenous author and facilitator who has worked with the Further Education Society of Alberta (FESA) for many years. Judy was recently asked to talk at HMCS TECUMSEH in Calgary on September 29th in the spirit of reconciliation. You can watch her talk below.
4 Books to Read This October
October brings cooler weather, warmer drinks, and marks the beginning of holidays spent with loved ones and friends. As people begin prepping their turkeys, setting up Halloween decorations, and bringing out their parkas, we thought it would helpful to have a list of books that focus on the importance of practicing gratefulness, being courageous, sharing with others, and learning self-love. Poesy The Monster Slayer (2020) Written by Cory Doctorow and illustrated by M. Rockefe