Features(Archives)

Oct
21
2019
Volume
7-4
Opened last December, MR MIKES SteakhouseCasual is owned by Mike Durocher, who has been a local resident for over 23 years. He shares the inspiration behind starting the eatery.
Oct
21
2019
Volume
7-4
Thanks to you, we’ve polled in thousands of votes based on your nominations for over 40+ subjects of who and what you call the “Best of YMM.” The Best of YMM Breakdown The initiative to showcase Fort McMurray's finest was launched this summer by asking the public to nominate their…
Apr
28
2019
Volume
7-2
Trinity Proulx is at one with her piano. Her eyes closed, a slight smile punctuates her lips. She’s working on an original song; she knows she has it. A grade 11 student at Fort McMurray Composite High School, Trinity is in the District Recording Studio, located in the school. This…
Apr
28
2019
Volume
7-2
As the Northeastern Alberta Aboriginal Business Association continues to grow, so does its annual showcase.
Apr
28
2019
Volume
7-2
He has been sitting before drawing boards since he was 17, blossoming into a career that saw him create fine art so true to life it looks real. But for Dave Ball, life took a turn 11 years ago that forced him to change his medium of choice from watercolours…
Apr
28
2019
Volume
7-2
Convener and connector - Kevin Weidlich aptly describes the Wood Buffalo Economic Development Corporation (WBEDC). The newly appointed President and CEO for WBEDC, Weidlich is excited to lead the group.
Apr
28
2019
Volume
7-2
“True happiness can only be found in doing things for others.” —Frances Jean
Dec
07
2018
Volume
7-1
The Fort McMurray Chamber of Commerce hosted their annual Business and Community Awards in October at Shell Place in MacDonald Island Park. This event recognized businesses and community leaders who make the Wood Buffalo Region a great place to live, work, and play. This year the Fort McMurray Chamber of…

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