Like I said last week, every month, week and day seems to have a special theme. The month of March is also Fraud Prevention Month. Every month should be Fraud Prevention Month.

By now, most of us have received countless telephone scams. How about those letters from Nigeria promising endless riches. Identity theft is ever-increasing and I, for one, have had my credit card compromised on several occasions.

Over the years I have had people in my office who have lost fortunes on get-rich-quick stock

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We live in a world filled with special days, weeks and months. Some are foolish, some are fun but others are some of a serious nature. As serious as life and death.

Here we are in March, 2022. March is National Kidney Month. Kidneys are vital organs that are required for survival and quality of life.

About 10% of Canada’s population has kidney disease and kidney disease is not just for old folks. About 46% of the four million Canadians with kidney disease are under 65 years of age.

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So, here we are in February, bracing ourselves for a couple more months of winter and all of the cold, snow and freezing rain that Mother Nature can throw at us.

After the anticipated lead-up to Christmas, with all of its glittering lights, traditional Christmas music and an endless number of Hallmark Christmas movies, January and February can seem like a real letdown.

When someone mentions February you instantly think of Valentine’s Day.

If you have a good sense of humour you might rememb

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I don’t know about you but I’m actually excited to see how Alberta Premier Jason Kenney is going to regain the love and admiration of Albertans by the UCP confidence voting date on the weekend of April 8-9. He has a lot to do and so little time.

The smokescreen to re-direct our attention from new daily Covid cases began with Justice Minister Kaycee Madu being removed from his post pending the outcome of a probe into the matter of a call being made to Edmonton’s Police Chief reg

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