Multicultural celebration

More than 80 countries were featured at this year’s Edmonton Heritage Festival.

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Helping the needy

The Mill Woods Care Closet helps local people who need food and clothes.

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Local winners

Two bright local students are the recipients of the 2022 Gene Zwozdesky Scholarship, courtesy of MCARFA.

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Dear Readers,

Since the Government of Alberta has lifted all COVID-19 restrictions, Albertans are free to gather for small and large events indoors and outdoors, and we don’t see many people wearing protective masks anymore. That is good news, because these restrictions have limited our activities considerably more than two years. But we should not be overconfident, because there is another variant of the virus coming, and people are encouraged to get a second booster shot to protect themselves and others from the deadly virus.

So, let’s continue to be careful and cautious, but let’s enjoy the summer of 2022. It was good to see the Edmonton Heritage Festival returning to William Hawrelak Park and people enjoying the Taste auf Edmonton at Sir Winston Churchill Square. My wife Susan and I enjoyed picking haskap berries and strawberries on farms outside of Edmonton, we were able to reconnect with some friends whom we hadn’t seen for two years, and we drove to Moose Jaw in Saskatchewan where Canada’s famous aerobatics flight demonstration squadron “Snowbirds” is based.

Life is too short to be grumpy. Stay safe and healthy.

Arnim Joop 
Publisher & Editor

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