Respect is published every two weeks, delivering relevant news, columns and stories to seniors and seniors-to-be.
The world of communication is changing and improving. People can get news, information and entertainment faster than ever before.
But sometimes “fast” isn’t everything. There’s a great many of us who still enjoy spending some time reading a real newspaper while sipping a mug of coffee or a cup of tea. Call us old-fashioned—heck, call us old, we don’t mind—but we believe reading is an activity to be enjoyed, not a chore to be dispensed with as quickly as possible.
Respect is distributed throughout the Cold Lake – Bonnyville – St Paul region, including the MD of Bonnyville, St Paul County, Elk Point, Glendon, Fort Kent and Ardmore. It is available by subscription or at retail outlets in the area.
Every issue of Respect brings you:
News: Local, regional, provincial and national news about subjects relevant to seniors
Opinion: Editorials from us, and letters from you! Watch for special guest columnists
Your Discount Directory: Easy-to-use listings show you who’s offering seniors a deal
Coming Events: Tell us what your organization has planned, we’ll help spread the word
Your Stories: Four pages of reader-submitted content—a different theme every issue!
Your Health: Health and wellness news and more
Your Money: Personal finance, insurance, investment: all the news that matters to seniors
Your Backyard: Don and Elaine Cassidy’s “Coots and Cameras” birding column; other news
Your Faith: Reflections on living by Pastor Phil Crump
Brain Games: Large-print crosswords, a sudoku and a word search
Your Milestones: Celebrate birthdays and anniversaries, tell the world!
Your Tributes: Remember loved ones with obituary and In Memoriam notices
Ads: Local businesses invite you to see what’s new
It’s your newspaper!
You can be a Contributor, a Correspondent or a Columnist—check out the Your Stories section! Going on a holiday? Send us a postcard! We also encourage a little bragging, so tell us about yourself, your kids or your grandkids: birth announcements, graduations, trophies—we all love good news!