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Olsen: Lights Out at Baker Creek Mountain Resort
I have always wondered what it would be like to step back in time and live the life of an early pioneer in a log cabin on the Canadian frontier. No cellphone. No WiFi. No TV. And no updates about pandemics or U.S. politics – two things I’ve had quite enough of lately – thank you very much. Retreating to a cabin in a remote corner of the woods seems like a good idea in the midst of a pandemic, but giving up modern conveniences like electricity and indoor plumbing would be challenging – for me anyway.
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Chorney-Booth: New pasta bar soothes customers' woes with affordable meals
Opening a new restaurant is a bit like birthing a baby; no matter how carefully an entrepreneur plans, restaurants sometimes come into the world on their own timeline. This is something that Yash Sharma just learned the hard way — after cooking in high-end hotels, on cruise lines, and at local restaurants, Sharma had a long-term dream of opening his own place. He knew that COVID-19 was going to be an issue as he planned to open his YYC Pasta Bar early this past fall, but delays pushed it to late November, right before the second pandemic-related restaurant shutdown in Alberta. His baby had chosen the most inopportune moment to make its debut.