Daylight Saving – Spring Ahead

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This weekend Albertans (and our clocks) took a leap towards spring with Daylight Saving time. This allows us to enjoy sunlight longer into the evenings. With spring just around the corner and the days gradually getting longer, this time change is a harbinger of the season of growth and regeneration. The conecpt of daylight savings dates back as far as 1895 in New Zealand, however the first countr ...

Rememberance Day 2014

Lest we forget.

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Remembrance Day began as a way to honour those fallen in the first world war. Today we celebrate the sacrifices that the men and women of our armed forces have made to preserve our freedoms through many wars and conflicts. Thank you. College Copy Shop. “Though they are gone, they are not forgotten. We will always remember the brave and the fallen. They still stand tall, for us all!” ...

Daylight Savings – Fall Back

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This Sunday, November 5th is the designated transition of Daylight Savings for Albertans. We will “fall back” and gain an extra hour of daylight each day, allowing us to effectively lengthen our already bitterly short winter days and enjoy more sunlight each morning. The conecpt of daylight savings dates back as far as 1895 in New Zealand, however the first country to implement this p ...

Halloween 2014

Happy Halloween!

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Halloween and Trick-or-treating go hand in hand. The practice of dressing up in costumes and begging door to door for treats dates back to the Middle Ages. Originally referred to as “guising”, trick-or-treating resembles the medieval custom of poor folk going door to door on Hallowmas, for food in return for prayers for the dead on All Souls’ Day. In Canada the practice of ̶ ...

Labour Day 2014

Happy Labour Day!

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The Toronto Trades Assembly organized Canada’s first significant demonstration for worker’s rights on April 15, 1872. The goal was to release the 24 leaders of the Toronto Typographical Union who were imprisoned for striking for a nine-hour working day. At this time, trade unions were illegal and striking was seen as a criminal conspiracy to disrupt trade. There was enormous public su ...

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