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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Restorative Justice receives provincial fundingFort Saskatchewan and Area Restorative Justice Program was one of 16 organizati
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted yesterday
Fort Saskatchewan and Area Restorative Justice Program was one of 16 organizations who received provincial funding, as part of the Justice department’s announcement on July 17. For 2016-17, the local group will receive $28,000 in Alberta Community... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Local motorcyclists rev engines to support cancerThe streets of Fort Saskatchewan were lined with approximately 120 motorcycles
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted yesterday
The streets of Fort Saskatchewan were lined with approximately 120 motorcycles as riders put the peddle to the metal driving through nearby communities for the 20th annual Ride for Cancer on July 15. The Fort Saskatchewan Motorcyle Association... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Fort Sask. travellers return home with bed bugsday and night. The trip was in Punta Cana, the Dominican. They stayed at the Bl
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted yesterday
day and night. The trip was in Punta Cana, the Dominican. They stayed at the Blau Natura Beach Resort,” explained one Fort Saskatchewan mother dealing with bed bugs. “They flew back to Toronto and stayed overnight at the Four Points Sheraton.... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
HRDA makes hot mess out of Hot Rollersway they play. We were lucky and had 12 Heartland players and two borrowed.” T
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted yesterday
way they play. We were lucky and had 12 Heartland players and two borrowed.” The Heart of Block ‘n Roll event held at the Fort Saskatchewan Sportsplex was originally going to be a double header game, however due to shortage of registrations, the... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Fort Sask. helps B.C. wildfire evacueesFort Saskatchewan residents gathered supplies for families affected by wildfire
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted yesterday
Fort Saskatchewan residents gathered supplies for families affected by wildfires for the second year as a B.C.-bound trailer was loaded up on July 15-17. Fort Saskatchewan husband-wife team, Jay and Tia Woolner relief effort team set up a 53 foot... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Input sought on homelessness studyThe Poverty Awareness Fort Saskatchewan Coalition is forging ahead with a Unive
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted yesterday
The Poverty Awareness Fort Saskatchewan Coalition is forging ahead with a University of Alberta housing needs study this summer and they’re looking for your input. While school may be out for the summer, one UofA professor is working through July... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Fastball finds feet after a decadeAfter almost a decade of being absent from the Fort’s sport scene, the Fort Sas
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted yesterday
After almost a decade of being absent from the Fort’s sport scene, the Fort Saskatchewan Girls Minor Fastball hit their season out of the park. This summer saw the formation of four U8, two U10, U12, U14, and U16 — the first time female players have... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Dog kennels get council howling over bylawKathryn Dragowska told council she was in favour of the kennels; “I don’t belie
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted yesterday
Kathryn Dragowska told council she was in favour of the kennels; “I don’t believe this is going to be an eye sore. I think Fort Saskatchewan needs such a facility and I think that... It is unfair for Ali to have invested so much money into this... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Donations needed for B.C. fire evacueesWith family affected by the wildfires burning in British Columbia, Fort Saskatc
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 6 days ago
With family affected by the wildfires burning in British Columbia, Fort Saskatchewan residents, Jay and Tia Woolner, a husband/wife volunteer relief effort team, has set up a 53 ft. trailer at Two Sergeants Tap house where residents can drop off... Read more
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Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune
20 Questions with Terry Scerbakthe Reel Shorts Film Festival in 2007 and have been the director ever since. Gr
Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune / Posted 8 days ago
the Reel Shorts Film Festival in 2007 and have been the director ever since. Greg and I have a son and daughter-in-law in Fort Saskatchewan, and a daughter, son-in-law, and adorable granddaughter near Peace River. 1. It’s Saturday night, what are... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Council needs to do bettersome were concerned she appears to favour certain members of council. “The tea
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 8 days ago
some were concerned she appears to favour certain members of council. “The team environment does not seem to be present in Fort Saskatchewan and several interviewees noted that this has degraded over time. This issue is not solely the... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Carters make surprise visit to FortU.S. President Jimmy Carter and former First Lady Rosalyn Carter with a few enc
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 8 days ago
U.S. President Jimmy Carter and former First Lady Rosalyn Carter with a few encouraging words on the morning of July 11 at Fort Saskatchewan’s HFH build in the Sienna neighbourhood. To mark Canada’s sesquicentennial, Habitat for Humanities, 34th... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Fleming succeeds to city manager positionAfter almost seven months vacant, city council has finally filled their lone em
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 8 days ago
After almost seven months vacant, city council has finally filled their lone employee position. Troy Fleming was named Fort Saskatchewan’s next city manager by city council during their July 10 regular city council meeting. The decision was... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
High performance sports field now $9.6MGale Katchur. Already dreaming of Sting football playing a championship game i
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 8 days ago
Gale Katchur. Already dreaming of Sting football playing a championship game in front of a backed house at the new field, Fort Saskatchewan Minor Football Association vice president Brent Kellington urged council to create a facility that’s great... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
City hazy on future cannabis legalizationa more detailed package to provide council in 2018,” said Stephenson. The impa
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 8 days ago
a more detailed package to provide council in 2018,” said Stephenson. The impacts legalization of cannabis would have on Fort Saskatchewan include education, taxation, retail location and rules, public consumption, land use and zoning,... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Non-profits may get free waste transfer passtransfer station. The motion was passed unanimously by council on June 27. The
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 8 days ago
transfer station. The motion was passed unanimously by council on June 27. The matter was arose from a recent need of Fort Saskatchewan Furniture Bank, who approached council after they would have to pay $50 to dump left over and wet items... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
U16 Fort Fusion seize EMSA City Championshipand they did it... They peaked at just the right time.” Coaching staff also ga
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 8 days ago
and they did it... They peaked at just the right time.” Coaching staff also gave kudos to the overall development of the Fort Saskatchewan Soccer Association. “We’re lucky in the Fort that we have some really talented coaches at the younger... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Midget Rebels satisfied with silverAfter a stellar season, the Fort Saskatchewan Midget Rebels girls are bringing
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 8 days ago
After a stellar season, the Fort Saskatchewan Midget Rebels girls are bringing home provincial silver. After winning the Greater Edmonton Lacrosse Council (GELC) League championship, the local midget girls lacrosse squad settled for silver against... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Voyageurs Rendezvous race make Fort pit stopat a time. A crowd gathered near the boat launch in Turner Park on July 4 to w
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 8 days ago
at a time. A crowd gathered near the boat launch in Turner Park on July 4 to watch the first canoe team of six paddle into Fort Saskatchewan as part of a 1,600 kilometre race along the North Saskatchewan River and Saskatchewan River. The 2017... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Catering company giving back to Families FirstAll this summer you can have your cake and give back too. From July 4 to Augus
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 8 days ago
All this summer you can have your cake and give back too. From July 4 to August 31, home-based business Fort Saskatchewan Lunchbox will donate $1 per business order and $0.50 cents from every daycare order to the Fort Saskatchewan Families First... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Fort Sask. biologist Richard Fyfe, dies at 85save the peregrine falcon from extinction, died on June 17 after multiple battl
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 8 days ago
save the peregrine falcon from extinction, died on June 17 after multiple battles with pneumonia. He was 85 and lived in Fort Saskatchewan. By the 1960s, scientists were linking sharp declines of peregrine falcon populations in North America... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Rebels Junior B officially down and outof what happens in the last two regular season games, after a 9-5 loss to the S
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 8 days ago
of what happens in the last two regular season games, after a 9-5 loss to the St. Albert Crude on July 6, the Fort Saskatchewan Junior B Rebels will finish last place in RMLL’s Tier 1. “I’m pretty sure we’re out. I don’t think there... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Fort talent makes Alberta international teamTeam Brick consisting of Fort Saskatchewan hockey player Kale Dach, fell short
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 8 days ago
Team Brick consisting of Fort Saskatchewan hockey player Kale Dach, fell short of the playoff round at the Brick Invitational Hockey Tournament after one win and four losses. Showcasing the top ten-year-old players from across North America, the ice... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Local drag racer takes Summer National titleFort Saskatchewan drag racer, Kendall Prodaniuk, 14, took first place out of 11
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 8 days ago
Fort Saskatchewan drag racer, Kendall Prodaniuk, 14, took first place out of 11 racers at Summer Nationals as part of the Canadian Motorcycle Drag Racing Association national series in Rimby, Alta., on July 8-9. “It felt really exciting, really... Read more
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Whitecourt Star
Roller Derby League prepares for next gamefor its next challenge. Its next game will be against the Heartland Roller Der
Whitecourt Star / Posted 10 days ago
for its next challenge. Its next game will be against the Heartland Roller Derby Association at the Sportsplex Arena in Fort Saskatchewan on July 15. Angie Cox, founder of the league, said the first game was a valuable learning experience for... Read more
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CTV News
Why Jimmy Carter won't give up his work boots for slippers at 92of Canada’s 150th birthday, Carter and his wife Rosalynn will oversee the build
CTV News / Posted 10 days ago
of Canada’s 150th birthday, Carter and his wife Rosalynn will oversee the building of 150 new homes -- 75 in Edmonton and Fort Saskatchewan, Alta., 25 in Winnipeg, and 50 more scattered across the rest of the country. The former president has... Read more
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New Kerala
Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter help build 150 homes across Canada with Habitat for Humanity - newkerala news #253257building kicked off July 10 and will continue through July 14. Projects during
New Kerala / Posted 11 days ago
building kicked off July 10 and will continue through July 14. Projects during the week include: 75 homes in Edmonton and Fort Saskatchewan, 25 homes in Winnipeg and 50 homes in territories and provinces across Canada. "Rosalynn and I are pleased... Read more
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CBC.ca
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter launches Habitat for Humanity project in EdmontonCentre Sunday night. They're working with more than 1,000 volunteers to build
CBC.ca / Posted 11 days ago
Centre Sunday night. They're working with more than 1,000 volunteers to build 59 affordable homes in Edmonton and 16 in Fort Saskatchewan. Loreina Piccinin found out three months ago she's going to be one of the homeowners. The divorced mother... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Fort joins regional economic entityA new regional initiative means a new membership for the City of Fort Saskatche
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 15 days ago
A new regional initiative means a new membership for the City of Fort Saskatchewan. In a 6-1 vote, city council agreed to become a shareholder in the new Edmonton Metropolitan Economic Development Entity in late May. Initiated by the Capital Region... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Downtown Diner bringing back lounge night lifeThe Downtown Diner is rekindling lounge life. Diner After Dark, a new offering
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 15 days ago
The Downtown Diner is rekindling lounge life. Diner After Dark, a new offering by Fort Saskatchewan’s Downtown Diner began on June 17 with the aim to transform the everyday restaurant into a classic and romantic lounge atmosphere on the... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Legion honours 70 years of serviceAfter helping to form the Fort Saskatchewan Ladies Auxiliary 70 years ago, Alic
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 15 days ago
After helping to form the Fort Saskatchewan Ladies Auxiliary 70 years ago, Alice Thomas, 92, was recently honoured at a special luncheon for her service with the Royal Canadian Legion and Ladies Auxiliary. The recognition award was given to Thomas... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
March West ride reenactedthe last portion of a historic trip from the Gymkhana Site in Josephburg on the
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 15 days ago
the last portion of a historic trip from the Gymkhana Site in Josephburg on the morning of June 30, before riding into Fort Saskatchewan’s North West Mounted Police Fort later in the early afternoon. A portion of this was last performed in... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Local beer on tap at Calgary StampedeShow on Earth.’ “It’s awesome. The fact that people are going to get to taste
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 15 days ago
Show on Earth.’ “It’s awesome. The fact that people are going to get to taste Alberta brewed beer and more importantly, Fort Saskatchewan is going to be showcased to the world at such a big event like the Calgary Stampede,” said Two Sergeants... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Mather to bring good sense to counciloff his old campaign signs for the upcoming fall municipal election. With the
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 15 days ago
off his old campaign signs for the upcoming fall municipal election. With the slogan, ‘A commitment to the community,’ Fort Saskatchewan resident John Mather announced last week his intention to run for council. “(Public life) is sort of like... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
No need for bike lanes in Strathconarecreational fitness,” McKitrick said. “There are a lot of opportunities in th
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 15 days ago
recreational fitness,” McKitrick said. “There are a lot of opportunities in the rural areas to connect municipalities like Fort Saskatchewan and Edmonton with a cycling path. “It’s something the cycling community has long wanted.” McKitrick added... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Fort test pilot named Canada’s newest astronautAs Canada marked its 150th milestone, Fort Saskatchewan resident Joshua Kutryk
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 15 days ago
As Canada marked its 150th milestone, Fort Saskatchewan resident Joshua Kutryk marked the beginning of his journey into space. Kutryk, along with Calgary’s Jennifer Sidney, was congratulated in Ottawa by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on becoming... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Shell’s Quest marks milestone ahead of scheduleadvisor, Conal MacMillan. “We’re showing the world we can develop real solution
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 15 days ago
advisor, Conal MacMillan. “We’re showing the world we can develop real solutions to address climate change right here in Fort Saskatchewan and Strathcona County.” The CCS project, which is among just a handful throughout the world, captures CO2... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Rebel Midget girls score seat at provincialsAfter destroying the Parkland Posse in a double knock out, winning 4-2 and 3-1,
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 15 days ago
After destroying the Parkland Posse in a double knock out, winning 4-2 and 3-1, the Fort Saskatchewan Midget girls Rebels lacrosse team will hit the road this weekend to compete in provincials. Provincials will take place July 6-9 in Lethbridge,... Read more
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CTV News
'A dream come true': Back to school for Canada's new astronautswork begins to prepare their minds and bodies for the rigours of space. Calgar
CTV News / Posted 16 days ago
work begins to prepare their minds and bodies for the rigours of space. Calgary native Jennifer Sidey and Josh Kutryk, of Fort Saskatchewan, Alta., are now ready to reach for the stars after beating out more than 3,700 applicants to become... Read more
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BC Local News
Canada’s new astronauts visit space agencynavigate their space careers, but one remains high on their to-do lists: inspir
BC Local News / Posted 16 days ago
navigate their space careers, but one remains high on their to-do lists: inspiring the next generation. Kutryk, 35, of Fort Saskatchewan, Alta., recounted Tuesday that seeing a Canadarm exhibit in Edmonton when he was just six years old... Read more
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CTV News
Space agency ovation for Canada's two new astronautsstarted new jobs before but I've never ever in my life received this type of a
CTV News / Posted 17 days ago
started new jobs before but I've never ever in my life received this type of a welcome on Day 1," Joshua Kutryk of Fort Saskatchewan, Alta., told the gathered crowd. Kutryk and Calgary's Jennifer Sidey, who will both head to Houston for... Read more
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CTV News
Canada's two new astronauts to visit space agency near Montrealastronauts will be getting a tour of the space agency near Montreal today. Cal
CTV News / Posted 17 days ago
astronauts will be getting a tour of the space agency near Montreal today. Calgary's Jennifer Sidey and Joshua Kutryk of Fort Saskatchewan, Alta., were named by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Saturday as the country marked its 150th... Read more
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Alberni Valley News
Trudeau unveils Canada’s newest astronautsused the platform of waterlogged Canada Day celebrations in Ottawa to name Jenn
Alberni Valley News / Posted 19 days ago
used the platform of waterlogged Canada Day celebrations in Ottawa to name Jennifer Sidey of Calgary and Joshua Kutryk of Fort Saskatchewan, Alta. Sidey is a lecturer with the University of Cambridge who has worked as a mechanical engineer, while... Read more
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Abbotsford News
Trudeau unveils Canada’s newest astronautsused the platform of waterlogged Canada Day celebrations in Ottawa to name Jenn
Abbotsford News / Posted 19 days ago
used the platform of waterlogged Canada Day celebrations in Ottawa to name Jennifer Sidey of Calgary and Joshua Kutryk of Fort Saskatchewan, Alta. Sidey is a lecturer with the University of Cambridge who has worked as a mechanical engineer, while... Read more
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Comox Valley Record
Trudeau unveils Canada’s newest astronautsused the platform of waterlogged Canada Day celebrations in Ottawa to name Jenn
Comox Valley Record / Posted 19 days ago
used the platform of waterlogged Canada Day celebrations in Ottawa to name Jennifer Sidey of Calgary and Joshua Kutryk of Fort Saskatchewan, Alta. Sidey is a lecturer with the University of Cambridge who has worked as a mechanical engineer, while... Read more
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Campbell River Mirror
Trudeau unveils Canada’s newest astronautsused the platform of waterlogged Canada Day celebrations in Ottawa to name Jenn
Campbell River Mirror / Posted 19 days ago
used the platform of waterlogged Canada Day celebrations in Ottawa to name Jennifer Sidey of Calgary and Joshua Kutryk of Fort Saskatchewan, Alta. Sidey is a lecturer with the University of Cambridge who has worked as a mechanical engineer, while... Read more
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Kitimat Sentinel
Trudeau unveils Canada’s newest astronautsused the platform of waterlogged Canada Day celebrations in Ottawa to name Jenn
Kitimat Sentinel / Posted 19 days ago
used the platform of waterlogged Canada Day celebrations in Ottawa to name Jennifer Sidey of Calgary and Joshua Kutryk of Fort Saskatchewan, Alta. Sidey is a lecturer with the University of Cambridge who has worked as a mechanical engineer, while... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Trudeau unveils Canada’s newest astronautsused the platform of waterlogged Canada Day celebrations in Ottawa to name Jenn
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted 19 days ago
used the platform of waterlogged Canada Day celebrations in Ottawa to name Jennifer Sidey of Calgary and Joshua Kutryk of Fort Saskatchewan, Alta. Sidey is a lecturer with the University of Cambridge who has worked as a mechanical engineer, while... Read more
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Peace Arch News
Trudeau unveils Canada’s newest astronautsused the platform of waterlogged Canada Day celebrations in Ottawa to name Jenn
Peace Arch News / Posted 19 days ago
used the platform of waterlogged Canada Day celebrations in Ottawa to name Jennifer Sidey of Calgary and Joshua Kutryk of Fort Saskatchewan, Alta. Sidey is a lecturer with the University of Cambridge who has worked as a mechanical engineer, while... Read more
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Williams Lake Tribune
Trudeau unveils Canada’s newest astronautsused the platform of waterlogged Canada Day celebrations in Ottawa to name Jenn
Williams Lake Tribune / Posted 19 days ago
used the platform of waterlogged Canada Day celebrations in Ottawa to name Jennifer Sidey of Calgary and Joshua Kutryk of Fort Saskatchewan, Alta. Sidey is a lecturer with the University of Cambridge who has worked as a mechanical engineer, while... Read more
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