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Potpourri: ’67 Centennial: What to do?
Swirling pipe dream? Grandiose castles in the northern air? Not a bit of it that April spring of 1965, when anything gung-ho Grande Prairians put their minds to stood a very good chance of becoming...
Read more at Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune
Abby businesses cheer on Canucks
Canucks fans weren’t the only ones celebrating the team’s playoff-clinching victory last week. Abbotsford businesses directly impacted by having the home team playing post-season hockey also have lots...
Read more at Abbotsford News
Private company proposes major investment into Re...
A private Calgary investment company is proposing to take over the lease for Revelstoke Golf Club and transform into a profitable business that is a destination for tourists and special event...
Read more at BC Local News
Terrace's business cycle ready to enter busy time
With the number of business licences in the city now over the 1,100 mark at 1,133 – up approximately 100 from a year ago – and the business cycle about to enter its busy time, a number of new...
Read more at Terrace Standard
Going once, going twice ...
... up in Bruce Mines. It was a thriving little town then, but still not a place with a lot of opportunity for all kids growing up there. When he was 18, Peever did what so many other young...
Read more at The Sault Star
Canadian teacher gets 10 years behind bars for se...
... a prestigious international Jakarta school. Bantleman, a Burlington, Ont., native and a former Calgary teacher, and Indonesian national Ferdinand Tjiong were accused of abusing three pupils of...
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Albertans not buying what Premier Jim Prentice is...
Sunny spring skies but it isn’t Premier Jim Prentice’s best day. He brushes off the whooper of a nosecount, the one showing he’s in for a fight just before the ballot battle is expected to begin. “I...
Read more at Calgary Sun
Waiting for the budgets
... me save you some time. His name is Joe Oliver and back in January, he told the
Calgary Chamber of Commerce
that it would be April before we see the 2015 budget, even though the...
Read more at Brandon Sun
Brandon School Division
Pipeline funding unlikely in budget
Okotoks will likely not see any money to build a water pipeline from Calgary when the Province announces it budget this week. In a recent letter to Okotoks town council, Alberta Transportation...
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Okotoks Western Wheel
Okotoks Western Wheel
Pipeline success depends on support: Chamber
TransCanada’s Energy East pipeline will not only help Canada’s economic success, but is one of the safest ways to transport oil, a company spokesperson told a business crowd in Fort McMurray last...
Read more at Fort McMurray Today
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