KERRI LELAND

KERRI LELAND

A little about KERRI LELAND

Kerri has always enjoyed a good story, and favours jotting them down on paper where her thoughts become way more organized. She has always called Alberta home, and delights in the tales that come from there. In her free time, Kerri daydreams, rides bikes, goes on long walks, and cries over videos about dogs. She also donates her time to raising two pretty fantastic kids who call her "mom".

All posts by KERRI LELAND

Nov
09
2018
Holiday Guide
2018
Published in Holiday Guide 2018
During the holiday season, it’s hard to miss the bright red kettles at the grocery stores around town. To get a little insight into the work of the local Salvation Army and their Red Kettle campaign, we went not to Santa Claus, but the other jolly guy it’s hard to…
Nov
09
2018
Holiday Guide
2018
Published in Holiday Guide 2018
For decades Canadian Tire has been a household name. As the go-to for automotive parts and service, tools and hardware, sporting goods, and housewares, Canadian Tire is also the home of all of your holiday needs. Whether holiday décor, toys, gifts for him or her, this iconic store is your…
Oct
13
2018
Volume
6-6
Published in Regulars
Full Name: Kristi Hines Job Title: Founder & Director Company: Hines Health Services Age: 42 Years in Wood Buffalo: 38
Apr
30
2017
Home & Garden
2017
Walking up to a Honomobo home, there’s no denying it’s a shipping container. And there are no apologies, either. Honomobo embraces the fact that they are leveraging shipping containers to create modern, beautiful, and modular living spaces - a fresh, thoughtful, and design-focused take on the existing prefab and modular…
Jul
14
2016
2016
WILDFIRE
Published in Messages
I grew up as a lot of people do...hearing stories about Fort McMurray, but never experiencing it for myself. The first time I flew over the region I was absolutely taken aback by its beauty; and when I landed, it was the beauty of the community and the people in…
Jul
29
2015
Volume
3-5
Published in Sports & Recreation
The ninth annual Fort McKay Group of Companies LP Golf Tournament has once again made a big difference in the future of Aboriginal students. $142,000, not including proceeds from the sale of raffle tickets, putting contest, mulligans and 50/50, was raised at the ninth annual tournament held this past June.…
Jun
12
2015
Exclusive
For Web
Published in Web Exclusive
From July 13 to July 18, The Salvation Army will be bringing “Christmas in July” to Fort McMurray – a week of awareness and fundraising. The traditional Christmas Kettle Campaign has historically been the organization’s sole fundraiser with proceeds going directly to their Community & Family Services department to help…
May
21
2015
Volume
3-4
Published in Features
Fort McMurray recently welcomed a group of tourism experts from Jamaica, Cuba, Turks & Caicos, Bahamas, and Trinidad & Tobago, for the opportunity to promote their islands to the many people in our community who love to travel. After first meeting with Mayor Melissa Blake, a seasoned traveler of Turks…
May
03
2015
Home & Garden
2015
Fort McMurray is a beautiful place to call home, thanks, in part, to the hard work and dedication of the Fort McMurray Environmental Committee (FMEC). The FMEC is committed to promoting cleaner living to individuals, industry and businesses throughout the region. Why? Because what we all do today determines how…
May
03
2015
Home & Garden
2015
DUNVEGAN GARDENS IS A FAMILY-OWNED AND OPERATED BUSINESS THAT HAS BEEN AROUND FOR 62 YEARS, MAKING THE ART OF BEAUTIFYING OUR REGION THEIR BUSINESS. “Our family moved to the region in the fall of 1952, and quickly got used to the hard work and long hours that were needed in…
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