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It was not that long ago that I was cleaning out a deep fryer after a long shift in the kitchen. After hearing the printer print order after order, and servers coming by to pick them up in an understandably anxious state, cleaning out the...

The second semester of my journalism program has just started, and one of the classes that stuck with me was the ethics class I am required to take. Now, it wasn’t because of the discussion we had, nor on the situation’s journalists might find themselves...

“Work begins when the fear of doing nothing at all finally trumps the terror of doing it badly.”Alain de Botton What is the most honest way to communicate with people? What does it mean to be honest? How come it is ok to dust people off,...

The dumbbell feels heavy as I curl it to my chest.My body is slower going up when I do my pull-ups.My body stiffens and screams when I lengthen my hamstrings and calves.My heartbeat quickens when I throw those jabs I used to love so much.My...

These are pressing times indeed. Whether you are hoarding the many rolls of toilet paper from fear of shitting yourself, or living in absolute denial of this thing, “begrudgingly” staying home or closing shop with work. We are all affected by this pandemic, and for...

Is there a stigma of working through illness in our society? What about how companies reward you for never taking a sick day? With COVID-19 on the rise, it is funny how common sense needs to be reminded of to the public, like staying home...

When I was in high school, my mom usually came home late after work. So, if I wasn't working, me or my sis would cook dinner for the family before she came home. It was usually instant stuff, like hamburger helper or Kraft dinner, but...

It was calm night when I left work. It was Valentine’s day at the time, over 10 years ago here in Calgary, Alberta. I was feeling a little down as the reality of the day was hitting me; you know, love and being without someone....

Hi everyone, I hope you have been doing well, and are enjoying the new year so far. I wanted to reach out and talk with you about my position and time at Urban Athlete, and perhaps leave you with some words of advice from my years...

I had the pleasure of listening to Gustav Mahler's 2nd Symphony, Resurrection, at Jack Singer Concert Hall; and I have to say, it was a wonderful performance by the Calgary Philharmonic orchestra (CPO.) The ability of the orchestra in capturing the multitude of emotions that...