Snuggle up with some puppy love this Valentines Day with Snowy Owl

ON THE HOME RUN: Snowy Owl Dog Sled Tours Inc. at Spray Lakes Provincial Park on Saturday, Jan. 20, 2018. Across the lake at the Spray Lakes Dam, the dogs and sleds are heading home. (Photo by Janaia Hutzal)

 If you are looking to do something special this Valentine’s Day, a Snowy Owl dog sled tour with your honey just might help create that magical memory you’ve been hoping for. Continue reading “Snuggle up with some puppy love this Valentines Day with Snowy Owl”

Resolutions

RESOLUTIONS

One Week of Journaling

SUNDAY: SPIRITUAL

Make your resolution in-spirit 

This week is about bringing clarity to your dreams and making solid resolutions that will bring you closer to attaining the impossible, by realizing anything is possible in spirit. As you hold closely to your heart with gratitude your blessings, which are dreams that have already come true, dare to realize all of the possibilities that your life holds. Create a purposeful vision for your future. Understand that by envisioning and clarifying, you are giving your dreams life and are opening yourself to allow spirit to work with you.

So I ask you today, what do you want? What do you want to see transpire in your life one year from now with an understanding that this is a stepping stone to a greater goal or purpose?

Let yourself write with abandon until you come to the true resolution of your heart:

I want:

 

This year, I desire to see transpire:

 

This will be a stepping stone to:

 

My resolution is: Continue reading “Resolutions”

Lisa Davis is ready to create a clear path for Calgary students

Lisa Davis CBE

The swearing in of Calgary’s newly elected school board trustees was held at the Calgary Board of Education (CBE) Centre on Oct. 27, with one of the new members being Lisa Davis.

Davis was elected trustee of Wards 6 and 7 on Oct. 16, and one month later she is ready to begin “creating a clear path for students to move forward.”

“I am ready to address some of the issues and concerns we have heard very clearly from parents,” says Davis. “For me, that’s going to be the focus moving forward.” Continue reading “Lisa Davis is ready to create a clear path for Calgary students”

Ex Nihilo Vineyard owners changing the trend: from helpless to hopeful

Ex Nihilo Vineyard. Photo by Janaia Hutzal

On Saturday Oct. 14, Ex Nihilo Vineyards in Lake Country, B.C., held an auction during their annual Harvest Dinner that raised $7, 200 for the Canadian Red Cross B.C. Fire Fund.

That same night Ex Nihilo also unveiled an original painting to be auctioned by a local artist, Alex Fong, called Any Way the Wind Blows.

 Jeff Harder, one of the owners of the winery, says that a painting is a good way to get people talking, and be able to take home a keepsake to remember after making a donation.

“It is an interpretation of what was going on in our world,” Harder describes the painting. Continue reading “Ex Nihilo Vineyard owners changing the trend: from helpless to hopeful”