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Michael and Andre from Curry’s Jewellers are proud to announce their exclusive offering of Canada’s top ring designer, Montreal’s One Love.

Created in Canada, this elegant and affordable line is now available for the first time in Northern Alberta. Support your Canadian designers and shop local when you are looking for your perfect engagement ring.

We love and believe in this line we have stamped our name in each ring to guarantee you outstanding quality and craftmanship.

Let her know she’s worth One Love.
Birthday parties to holidays and more...your spring calendar fills up quickly! So get to the ONCE UPON A CHILD SPRING DRESSWEAR EVENT Friday, February 26th to Sunday, February 28th to pick up the spring-ready styles your little ones need! From cute and colourful dresses to dapper pants and coordinates, you'll get first pick of this season's top styles! So, get in and save at ONCE UPON A CHILD’S SPRING DRESSWEAR EVENT.
This hands-on workshop will help you overcome your fears & teach effective, proven ways to prospect.
How to build a resilient and adaptable organization for 2021 and beyond... 
  • When you've been forced to adjust to managing remote and virtual employees while your team faces challenges in an uncertain economy
  • When you want to empower your team and get revenue back on track for 2021

Sandler Training by Ayon Sales & Consulting Services Inc.
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Upcoming Webinars
The comfort zone misconception
Thursday, February 25, 2021 | 2:00 PM | WEBINAR
The fine line between growth and avoidance

Who is it for: We’ve all been taught to view our comfort zones incorrectly so this seminar is truly for everyone.

Why it matters: Growth happens outside your comfort zone. So does injury. In order to deal with the Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous world around you, you need the tools to be able to understand how to create the former without risking the latter.

What you'll learn: You will learn the role that Behaviours, Emotions and Values play in defining your comfort zone, the difference between your Comfort Zone, your Growth Zone and your Avoidance Zone, and the daily exercises you need to do to keep yourself on the edge of growth in a sustainable way. Each participant will walk away with a custom Comfort Zone template to allow for these daily exercises to happen effortlessly. 

Speaker: Shane Wallace, CultureSmith Inc.

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Organizations are invited to apply for funding between $5,000 and $250,000 to lead projects that help create safe and vibrant public spaces, improve mobility options, and provide digital solutions to help their neighbourhoods or communities navigate the pandemic and look to build back better in the COVID-19 recovery. This could include projects that adapt crosswalks and access to public transport to allow for safe physical distancing, the creation of community gardens, and art installations, and free wifi in targeted public spaces. A variety of community-led organizations are eligible to apply, including local governments, charities, Indigenous communities, and registered non-profit organizations.
Community Foundation of Northwestern Alberta and Wood Buffalo Community Foundation are working alongside Community Foundations of Canada, the Canadian Urban Institute and other partners to serve communities across Canada, including equity-seeking groups interested in applying.
“Organizations across our country have shown creativity and resourcefulness in improvising temporary and longer-lasting solutions that enable people to connect and access public spaces safely. The Healthy Communities Initiative is supporting organizations in Alberta North HUB region to bring people together in our communities both in person and digitally, while respecting public health measures.” - Andrea Dicks, President, Community Foundations of Canada
The application period for the first round of funding closes on March 9, 2021 at 5:00PM PST. A second application period for funding will take place starting in May 2021.
For more information please visit our website or contact Laura or Rhonda at (780) 538-2820 or by visiting
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