THERESA WELLS

THERESA WELLS

A little about THERESA WELLS

A freelance writer, blogger and professional communicator who is passionate about her child, her work, her pets, her community and the power of words, Theresa Wells believes perfection in life is achieved when she is surrounded by amazing people, fantastic stories, cold gin and really hot shoes.

All posts by THERESA WELLS

Oct
29
2017
Holiday Guide
2017
Published in Holiday Guide 2017
While some residents of the region choose to head to warmer destinations for the holiday season, there is still an opportunity for those who choose to stay in Fort McMurray to enjoy a holiday at an Island – in this case, at MacDonald Island Park! From indoor and outdoor skating…
Oct
01
2017
Volume
5-6
Published in Regulars
Crafters in Fort McMurray, rejoice! After a long stretch without a local retail outlet dedicated to craft supplies, a new entrepreneur has arrived on the scene and is taking the local crafting world by storm through a shop stocked to the brim with all the supplies a crafter could ever…
Oct
01
2017
Volume
5-6
Published in Regulars
Off: Given the current economic state, surely nobody is taking the leap into entrepreneurship in Fort McMurray. On: It might seem startling, but new business ventures are continuing to pop up in our community, featuring everything from new services to new retail opportunities. This seems to speak to two things:…
Jul
28
2017
Volume
5-5
Published in Regulars
Off: Ah, the lazy days of summer! No wonder kids hate going back to school. On: Do kids really hate going back to school? A recent informal survey I conducted with kids on my street told me they aren’t crazy about homework and boring classes, but they actually look forward…
Jul
28
2017
Volume
5-5
Published in Regulars
Wife, mother, pet owner, animal lover and now local business owner: Cora Dion, co-owner of the new Borealis Pet Centre in downtown Fort McMurray wears a lot of different hats on any given day.
Jul
28
2017
Volume
5-5
Published in Sports & Recreation
As the summer days begin to wind down, the nights grow longer and the temperatures grow colder, thoughts turn to a new school year as parents and children start the preparations for returning to classrooms. At MacDonald Island Park, the fall season means the arrival of fall and winter programming…
Jul
28
2017
Volume
5-5
Published in Features
Doing what’s best for kids; the guiding principle behind the Fort McMurray Public School District (FMPSD), and perhaps also the best way to capture the partnerships the FMPSD has established with two local faith-based schools. These partnerships, both of which have now endured for over a decade, are undoubtedly examples…
May
23
2017
Volume
5-4
Published in Sports & Recreation
Fans and enthusiasts of every sport in Fort McMurray eventually find themselves at the local sport and recreation hub of the Wood Buffalo region: MacDonald Island Park.
May
23
2017
Volume
5-4
Published in Regulars
Off: There is nothing to do in Fort McMurray. On: This must be the most common and also the most nonsensical lament heard in relation to living in this part of northern Alberta; with an abundance of sport and recreation opportunities, both indoor and outdoor, how anyone can actually claim…
May
23
2017
Volume
5-4
Published in Regulars
When his frontman passed away unexpectedly last year, Sandy MacDonald, the human counterpart of the canine-human motorcycling duo known as Winky Rides, was devastated. Winky, a seemingly healthy German Shepherd, had been with Sandy for ten years, and their motorcycling adventures had taken them all across Canada and the USA.…

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