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Tanya Talaga, acclaimed storyteller and author of the national bestseller Seven Fallen Feathers, will be stopping by Medicine Hat College on Feb. 5, 2020. Her book introduced the country to seven Indigenous high school students who mysteriously died in Thunder Bay. Talaga will share Indigenous stories from across Canada and the world, sharing her hope for a more inclusive and equitable future. This free event will take place in the afternoon from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m., and you can register online here.
If you want to experience all that Canada has to offer, take one night to watch an exciting Medicine Hat Tigers home game at the Canalta Centre! The Western Hockey League team is currently top 5 in the overall rankings and has several home games lined up in the next couple of weeks. Dress warmly, bring the kids, and get ready to cheer on some good old hockey fun! You can catch a home game on Jan.18 and 28, Feb. 1, 5, 11, 17, 21, 22 and 29, and in March on Mar. 3, 6, 7, 10, 14, and 21. Make sure to check the schedule to see who they will be playing!
Whether you’re bundling up for a game or expanding your horizons through a fascinating novel, there’s no better start to a cool Albertan morning than a complimentary hot breakfast at your local homebase of Home Inn Express Medicine Hat. Find impressive amenities in your room or suite, such as free high-speed Wi-Fi, 42-inch TV with cable, a gaming station and convenient kitchen appliances. If your goal for 2020 was to stay on top of it, don’t forget to book now to secure your accommodation plans!