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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

Apr
21
2016
Home & Garden
2016
As winter winds give way to the fresh breath of spring, thoughts begin to turn to hot summer days and warm summer nights – and where better to spend them than at the Miskanaw Golf Club and Fox Den Lounge at MacDonald Island Park?
Mar
27
2016
Volume
4-3
Published in Sports & Recreation
Although MacDonald Island Park may be most commonly associated with sports and recreation, the arts are alive on the Island thanks to the active and growing Arts and Culture Department of the Regional Recreation Corporation of Wood Buffalo (RRC). RRC Manager of Arts and Culture Ana Maria Mendez oversees a…
Mar
27
2016
Volume
4-3
Published in Regulars
Dylan Thomas-Bouchier says he feels a bit awkward about being called inspirational, but inspirational people often do as they simply see themselves as ordinary people doing the things they love. For Thomas-Bouchier, this love is the theatre, and despite still being in high school he has already racked up an…
Mar
27
2016
Volume
4-3
Published in Regulars
1. Off: Fort McMurray, Alberta – not exactly famous for the performing arts, is it?
Jan
28
2016
Volume
4-2
Published in Regulars
It’s a sunny Sunday afternoon in Fort McMurray, and as you wait at the stop light you look to the left and see a motorcycle glide to a stop beside you. Nothing seems unusual until you notice this particular motorcycle has a trailer attached – and in the trailer is…
Jan
28
2016
Volume
4-2
Published in Regulars
Winter in Wood Buffalo 1. Off: Sub-zero temperatures, blizzards and frozen noses: winter in northern Alberta sounds miserable. On: In a region where winter is inevitable, the only thing to do is to embrace the weather instead of dreading it. The beauty of Wood Buffalo is present all year round,…
Jan
28
2016
Volume
4-2
Published in Features
In a region where winter is guaranteed and snow is accompanied by sub-zero temperatures, you can be certain an entire culture will develop around winter sports. The winter season in Wood Buffalo is known for short days, long nights and an abundance of snow, creating the perfect conditions for everything…
Dec
29
2015
Exclusive
For Web
Published in Web Exclusive
Bo Cooper is a local firefighter who is now fighting for his life. For the third time since 2011, he has been diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. Bo’s treatment options are limited, and doctors are recommending an experimental treatment not available in Canada, meaning he needs to receive the treatment…
Nov
27
2015
Volume
4-1
Published in Regulars
Fort McMurray: Where one person can change the community!
Nov
27
2015
Volume
4-1
Published in Regulars
The Journey of The Drum When dozens of drummers walked to the stage at the opening ceremonies of the 2015 Wood Buffalo Western Canada Summer Games they stole the show with their powerful performance of Aboriginal drumming – but only a few in attendance at the ceremonies knew the story…

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