Medicine Hat’s alleys have both fascinated and scared me.
I was twelve and was walking home from a babysitting job. (I can't believe they didn't drive me home.) It was winter and was starting to get past dusk and getting
We all know there is constant change in a city. This vista is a perfect example. When the flooding happened in 2013 and many homes on the Flats were ruined, the city decided to build a berm to hold back
If I wasn't running in a field, playing with kids or swimming at the YMCA, I was walking somewhere in the neighbourhood because you were to be outside and not inside the house. I remember this house vividly from when
Light was delivered to small rural towns by gas via the gaslight. I believe these lights are an iconic western symbol. They stand proud and are a testament to settlers who came to Western Canada to build a better
I remember the Pink Lantern as one of the first Chinese restaurants in the downtown core. Everyone stopped there for Chinese food; being close to Hat Hardware, it was easy to drop in for the buffet. I was
I was a chaperone for my daughter’s Grade 10 biology trip to Ressor Lake, Alberta. Everyone was supposed to bring rain boots to collect water samples. Walmart must have had a sale that year because all the girls