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Fort McMurray Today
Gable signs with WHL's Oil KingsFort McMurray’s Kole Gable is heading to the Western Hockey League for the 2015
Gable signs with WHL's Oil Kings
Fort McMurray Today / Posted 11 hours ago
Fort McMurray’s Kole Gable is heading to the Western Hockey League for the 2015-16 season. The Edmonton Oil Kings announced the signing of the 1998-born forward Thursday afternoon along with that of defenceman Will Warm to WHL Standard Player... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Parking debate takes overCity council’s revamp of the land use bylaw took to the streets in more ways th
Parking debate takes over
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 17 hours ago
City council’s revamp of the land use bylaw took to the streets in more ways than just one. After hosting online and in-person public consultations leading up to the Aug. 25 meeting, the review of the bylaw became more a debate over parking issues... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Residents speak against tandem parkingCouncil voted not to allow tandem parking for secondary suites at the most rece
Residents speak against tandem parking
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 17 hours ago
Council voted not to allow tandem parking for secondary suites at the most recent council meeting on Aug. 25, and much public response seems to match their sentiment. Tandem parking, which means two cars in the garage and two on the driveway,... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Air quality questionedA new study on air quality in the local Industrial Heartland mimic results foun
Air quality questioned
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 17 hours ago
A new study on air quality in the local Industrial Heartland mimic results found in 2013 — and the results aren’t great. The tests were conducted by the University of California Irvine, showing recorded carcinogens in the Heartland, similar to... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Coun. Garritsen wants to ban Money MartIn a review of the City’s land use bylaw, council approved minor procedural cha
Coun. Garritsen wants to ban Money Mart
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 17 hours ago
In a review of the City’s land use bylaw, council approved minor procedural changes in allowing accessory uses for businesses. Such uses allow for tandem businesses, such as Tim Hortons being located within an Esso gas station, as is the case on the... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Boarding houses OK’d — kind ofBoarding facilities are now allowed in the Fort — but aren’t really going to ha
Boarding houses OK’d — kind of
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 17 hours ago
Boarding facilities are now allowed in the Fort — but aren’t really going to happen, according to City staff. At council’s first meeting returning from a summer break on Aug. 25, a review of the land use bylaw sought to allow boarding facilities,... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Ex-RCMP on house arrestA former Fort Saskatchewan RCMP officer received an 18-month conditional senten
Ex-RCMP on house arrest
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 17 hours ago
A former Fort Saskatchewan RCMP officer received an 18-month conditional sentence after pleading guilty to various firearms-related charges last Wednesday. Const. Stephen Hudson, 49, was arrested and charged after search warrants were executed at... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
EIPS elects new chair and vice-chairpersonFort Saskatchewan now has higher placement on the board. Elk Island Public Sch
EIPS elects new chair and vice-chairperson
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 18 hours ago
Fort Saskatchewan now has higher placement on the board. Elk Island Public Schools (EIPS) has announced the election of its chairperson and vice-chairperson for its board of trustees. On Aug. 27, Trina Boymook was re-elected by acclamation to the... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Victoria WHL team signs localEric Florchuk is a man of few words, but has let his playing do the talking. A
Victoria WHL team signs local
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 18 hours ago
Eric Florchuk is a man of few words, but has let his playing do the talking. A former member of the Fort Saskatchewan Bantam AAA Rangers, Florchuk was drafted in the first round, 13th overall, in this year’s Western Hockey League Bantam Draft in May... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Printing the Fort’s historyEverything old can be made new again. A printing press donated to the museum b
Printing the Fort’s history
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 18 hours ago
Everything old can be made new again. A printing press donated to the museum by the Fort Record in the late 1970s will soon be pushing out paper once more as part of next year’s Fort Saskatchewan Historical Society’s Peoples of the North... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
STARS flies in to hwy. crashHighway 15 became the topic of conversation again on Aug. 28, after the highway
STARS flies in to hwy. crash
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 18 hours ago
Highway 15 became the topic of conversation again on Aug. 28, after the highway was shut down due to a collision. Around 6:10 a.m., Fort Saskatchewan RCMP, along with members of the Edmonton Police Service, attended the scene of a two-vehicle... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Rangers starting from scratchLast year’s championship-run Fort Saskatchewan Bantam AAA Rangers are no more.
Rangers starting from scratch
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 18 hours ago
Last year’s championship-run Fort Saskatchewan Bantam AAA Rangers are no more. Literally. The roster is next to empty. As the Rangers wrap up their Main Camp and prepare to finalize their roster, only one returning player has taken to the ice, in... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Former Fury signs on as coachThe Fort Saskatchewan Junior Fury ladies are under new leadership. And it’s a
Former Fury signs on as coach
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 18 hours ago
The Fort Saskatchewan Junior Fury ladies are under new leadership. And it’s a familiar face. Amber Rodda has stepped up to take over the local women’s hockey team, after having played for the Fury during her time in the Alberta Junior Female Hockey... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
EICS names new chairpersonAfter long-term representation of Fort Saskatchewan, a local voice just got a l
EICS names new chairperson
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 18 hours ago
After long-term representation of Fort Saskatchewan, a local voice just got a little bit louder. Justine Wright, who was first elected to the Elk Island Catholic Schools board of trustees in 2013 as the Fort representative, has been elected... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Francophone school to serve FortAfter long-term representation of Fort Saskatchewan, a local voice just got a l
Francophone school to serve Fort
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 18 hours ago
After long-term representation of Fort Saskatchewan, a local voice just got a little bit louder. Justine Wright, who was first elected to the Elk Island Catholic Schools board of trustees in 2013 as the Fort representative, has been elected... Read more
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SouthwesternOntario.ca
Listowel Obituaries – May 22, 2013Don Hamilton Don Hamilton, of Listowel and formerly of Kitchener, passed away
Listowel Obituaries – May 22, 2013
SouthwesternOntario.ca / Posted 2 days ago
Don Hamilton Don Hamilton, of Listowel and formerly of Kitchener, passed away peacefully with family by his side at Listowel Memorial Hospital on Tuesday, May 14, 2013 at the age of 79. Don opened his heart to many people. This was shown by his 10... Read more
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The Auto Channel
Shelby American and Carroll Shelby Licensing Continue International Expansion with New Global Mod ShopsShelby American and Carroll Shelby Licensing Continue International Expansion w
Shelby American and Carroll Shelby Licensing Continue International Expansion with New Global Mod Shops
The Auto Channel / Posted 7 days ago
Shelby American and Carroll Shelby Licensing Continue International Expansion with New Global Mod Shops GARDENA, CA -- August 27, 2015: Carroll Shelby Licensing and Shelby American have responded to international demand for Shelby products by... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Fort fires doubleFires in the Fort have more than doubled. In a recent report released by the F
Fort fires double
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 8 days ago
Fires in the Fort have more than doubled. In a recent report released by the Fort Saskatchewan Fire Department, it was shown that between April and June 2014, the fire department responded to 23 calls of fires. This year, in that same time frame,... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Library adds inclusive technologyAccessibility to all materials and resources for all walks of life. The adapti
Library adds inclusive technology
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 8 days ago
Accessibility to all materials and resources for all walks of life. The adaptive technology station at the Fort Saskatchewan Public Library is on the verge of turning a new page for visually-, physically-, and hearing-challenged residents. Situated... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Joint squad finds redemption for championshipHistory makes it that much sweeter. After losing in the provincial championshi
Joint squad finds redemption for championship
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 8 days ago
History makes it that much sweeter. After losing in the provincial championships in last year’s Sunburst League provincial tournament, the joint Fort Saskatchewan-Sherwood Park Senior AAA Athletics found themselves looking for redemption. And they... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Harvesting a new festivalLocal kids are about to get a gift from space — sort of. On Aug. 29, Legacy Pa
Harvesting a new festival
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 8 days ago
Local kids are about to get a gift from space — sort of. On Aug. 29, Legacy Park will play host to the Grow Your Own Project Harvest Festival, organized by climate change advocate Dennis Stelmach, who has been working with the Fort Saskatchewan Boys... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
School zones back in effectAug. 31 marks the first day back at school for Fort Saskatchewan’s youth in the
School zones back in effect
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 8 days ago
Aug. 31 marks the first day back at school for Fort Saskatchewan’s youth in the Elk Island Public and Catholic divisions. And as students return to the classroom, school zones come back into effect. As of January, school zones in Fort Saskatchewan... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Time to bid adieu to the sheepAs families return to Fort Saskatchewan from summer vacations, part of the Fort
Time to bid adieu to the sheep
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 8 days ago
As families return to Fort Saskatchewan from summer vacations, part of the Fort Saskatchewan family heads out. The third annual Sheep Week will run from Aug. 31 to Sept. 7, the final date of which will act as the sheep’s going away party, as they... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Preparing to pick new HawksThe Hawks are back on the ice — in an unofficial capacity. After narrowly miss
Preparing to pick new Hawks
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 8 days ago
The Hawks are back on the ice — in an unofficial capacity. After narrowly missing out on the championship in the 2015-2016 season, the Fort Saskatchewan Junior B Hawks are gearing up for tryouts on Monday, Aug. 31. For now, though, they’re letting... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Fort apartment fire containedAn apartment fire has resulted in damages estimated at between $15,000 and $20,
Fort apartment fire contained
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 8 days ago
An apartment fire has resulted in damages estimated at between $15,000 and $20,000. Just before 12:30 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 24, the Fort Saskatchewan Fire Department responded to a reported fire in a second-floor suite at an apartment building on 101... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Preserving the Fort’s pastAn extensive collection of old photographs, maps, books, newspapers, furniture,
Preserving the Fort’s past
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 8 days ago
An extensive collection of old photographs, maps, books, newspapers, furniture, mounds of household and sporting goods, and layers of fancy furs and fashions can all be found in the depths of the Warden’s House and Old Courthouse — and the City hopes... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Continued oil drop not hurting FortThe price of oil continues to drop, but Fort Saskatchewan may come out on top.
Continued oil drop not hurting Fort
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 8 days ago
The price of oil continues to drop, but Fort Saskatchewan may come out on top. Earlier this month, when the price of oil dipped another 69 cents — with the price holding steadily below $50 per barrel for some time now, one man in the know remained... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Edmonton urban shepherd hopes to keep his sheepEdmonton's urban shepherd is hoping a trip to City Hall with his flock's newest
Edmonton urban shepherd hopes to keep his sheep
Calgary Sun / Posted 8 days ago
Edmonton's urban shepherd is hoping a trip to City Hall with his flock's newest addition -- a less than a week old lamb named Bambi -- will find enough bleating hearts on council to let him keep his sheep. David Koch first began his mission in early... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Yoga studio opens in Fort StationTogether we say namaste. Fort Station is coming together, with doors starting
Yoga studio opens in Fort Station
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 8 days ago
Together we say namaste. Fort Station is coming together, with doors starting to open, as Koa Hot Yoga officially started its operation on Monday, Aug. 17. “I can’t believe it’s finally happened. I’m so nervous today but it’s good,” studio owner... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Alberta RCMP conduct sweep of North Saskatchewan RiverThe Alberta RCMP Missing Persons and Unidentified Remains Unit are conducting a
Alberta RCMP conduct sweep of North Saskatchewan River
Calgary Sun / Posted 14 days ago
The Alberta RCMP Missing Persons and Unidentified Remains Unit are conducting an aerial sweep of the North Saskatchewan River to possibly recover the remains of missing people who are believed to have entered the river at some point. The search... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Bridge falls out of residents’ interestsThe Highway 15 bridge has been one of the longest and most consistent ongoing b
Bridge falls out of residents’ interests
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 14 days ago
The Highway 15 bridge has been one of the longest and most consistent ongoing battles in the Industrial Heartland, but the fight is beginning to lose the interest of residents. In a recent survey conducted by Life in the Heartland, 400 respondents... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Bruderheim eyes Lamont landFort Saskatchewan is not the only one looking to expand its borders. Bruderhei
Bruderheim eyes Lamont land
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 14 days ago
Fort Saskatchewan is not the only one looking to expand its borders. Bruderheim has notified Lamont County of a proposal to annex 1,104 acres and push its southern border towards Highway 15. Currently, Bruderheim spans 4.23 square kilometres. With... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Sting being scoutedAs the Junior Edmonton Huskies prepare for the upcoming season, staff is keepin
Sting being scouted
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 14 days ago
As the Junior Edmonton Huskies prepare for the upcoming season, staff is keeping a watchful eye on Fort Saskatchewan. Iain MacLean, head coach of the Canadian Junior Football League’s Huskies, who play in the Prairie Football Conference, noted Fort... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Huskies take on Fort talentIt’s an Edmonton team with a Fort Saskatchewan backbone. The Edmonton Huskies,
Huskies take on Fort talent
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 14 days ago
It’s an Edmonton team with a Fort Saskatchewan backbone. The Edmonton Huskies, who play in the Canadian Junior Football League, wrapped up their pre-season camp on Aug. 7, and two local players have made the cut. Jacob Battenfelder and Zach Willis,... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Fighters stand out in GamesTwo Fort Saskatchewan athletes has proven to be one of the best in the west. A
Fighters stand out in Games
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 14 days ago
Two Fort Saskatchewan athletes has proven to be one of the best in the west. Alexandra Gagnon, who competes out of Fort Saskatchewan but lives in Sturgeon County, took a bronze and a silver in judo at this year’s Western Canada Summer Games. “It... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Fort athlete takes on Jr. OlympicsNot even in high school yet, and competing internationally. Fort Saskatchewan
Fort athlete takes on Jr. Olympics
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 14 days ago
Not even in high school yet, and competing internationally. Fort Saskatchewan resident Lindy Justice, 14, competes with Edmonton’s Huma Swim Club, but took her talents far beyond the Capital Region earlier this month, taking to the pool for water... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Land Trust Society closes its doorsAlberta’s Industrial Land Trust Society will soon be no more. The local group,
Land Trust Society closes its doors
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 14 days ago
Alberta’s Industrial Land Trust Society will soon be no more. The local group, headed by program manager and Fort Saskatchewan resident Ryerson Christie, works to “purchase property from concerned residents living in close proximity to industrial... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Charges laid in June murderCharges have been laid in the murder of a Fort Saskatchewan resident. Andrea M
Charges laid in June murder
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 14 days ago
Charges have been laid in the murder of a Fort Saskatchewan resident. Andrea Marie Berg, 42, was found beaten and stuffed in a shopping cart, with her hands and feet tired, on June 16 in an alley near 124 Street and 113 Avenue in Edmonton. An... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Editorial: Ready for election coverageIt feels as though we just got through the hair-pulling routine that is electio
Editorial: Ready for election coverage
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 14 days ago
It feels as though we just got through the hair-pulling routine that is election coverage. And yet, here we are again. As we begin to wind down on the summer, City council goes back into meetings, students go back to school, and many sports start... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Boys and Girls Club readies new bldg.With freshly painted walls, a newly-installed kitchen and more, the new satelli
Boys and Girls Club readies new bldg.
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 14 days ago
With freshly painted walls, a newly-installed kitchen and more, the new satellite location for the Fort Saskatchewan Boys and Girls Club is quickly coming together. The former Little Rascals location on 101 Street across from Fort Elementary and... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Cave takes NDP candidacyNominees are out, and a candidate is in. The official NDP candidate for the Sh
Cave takes NDP candidacy
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 14 days ago
Nominees are out, and a candidate is in. The official NDP candidate for the Sherwood Park-Fort Saskatchewan riding in the Oct. 19 federal election is Joanne Cave. On Friday, Aug. 14, a forum for the three NDP nominees was held in front of... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
CRB reviews transit prioritiesThe Capital Region Board is in transit. On Aug. 13, the CRB approved an update
CRB reviews transit priorities
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 14 days ago
The Capital Region Board is in transit. On Aug. 13, the CRB approved an updated 10-year priority list of roadway and transit projects for the region. The list will now be forwarded to the province as input to assist in infrastructure planning and... Read more
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GoPSUsports.com
Glen Tabbed Captain; Juha, Thompson as AlternatesThe 2015-16 captain’s crew will consist of seniors David Glen as captain, Luke
Glen Tabbed Captain; Juha, Thompson as Alternates
GoPSUsports.com / Posted 14 days ago
The 2015-16 captain’s crew will consist of seniors David Glen as captain, Luke Juha as alternate captain and junior David Thompson as an alternate Aug. 20, 2015 UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – The Nittany Lion... Read more
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The Tyee
Must Win Battlegrounds: How New Dems Can Wrest VictoryTom Mulcair's party leads in polls but must nearly run the board capturing Tory
Must Win Battlegrounds: How New Dems Can Wrest Victory
The Tyee / Posted 18 days ago
Tom Mulcair's party leads in polls but must nearly run the board capturing Tory 'unsafe' seats. Photo: NDP Flickr. Stephen Harper's Conservatives may trail in national polls, but compared to other parties they are rich in "safe" seats. Those are the... Read more
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Calgary Sun
4 dead, 15 injured in crash near JasperFour people are dead and 15 are injured after a multi-vehicle crash outside of
4 dead, 15 injured in crash near Jasper
Calgary Sun / Posted 19 days ago
Four people are dead and 15 are injured after a multi-vehicle crash outside of Jasper on Saturday night. The crash happened around 10:48 p.m. about 10 kilometres from the British Columbia border and 16 kilometres west of Jasper. While investigators... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Homes go up in flamesA parade of sirens could be heard screaming their way to an early-morning blaze
Homes go up in flames
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 21 days ago
A parade of sirens could be heard screaming their way to an early-morning blaze in Southfort on Wednesday, Aug. 12. Almost 20 Fort Saskatchewan Fire Department firefighters and staff responded to a fire in Southfort Meadows after receiving a call... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Sledge hockey coming to the FortIce time is about to get a lot more interesting on Friday afternoons at the Dow
Sledge hockey coming to the Fort
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 21 days ago
Ice time is about to get a lot more interesting on Friday afternoons at the Dow Centennial Centre. The Fort Saskatchewan Robin Hood Association received 34 sledge hockey sleds, sticks, and Rangers jerseys from the Fort Saskatchewan Minor Hockey... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Piranhas destroy at regional swimTo date, the Fort Saskatchewan Piranhas Swim Club has finished every swim meet
Piranhas destroy at regional swim
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 21 days ago
To date, the Fort Saskatchewan Piranhas Swim Club has finished every swim meet they’ve attended with a handful of medals to show for their work. Last weekend was just a bit different. With 17 local swimmers competing in a regional swim meet from... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Pedals come to a stopOne local biker’s cancer research fundraiser has come to the end of its road so
Pedals come to a stop
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 21 days ago
One local biker’s cancer research fundraiser has come to the end of its road sooner than planned. Last week, Pedal Towards the Cure founder and Fort Saskatchewan resident MacKenzie Lucas announced he had to stop his cross-Canada tour due to... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Preparing for tough timesOftentimes when a team takes a championship, the following year acts as a rebui
Preparing for tough times
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 21 days ago
Oftentimes when a team takes a championship, the following year acts as a rebuilding season, with most veteran players aging out of a program. For the Fort Saskatchewan Jr. B Rebels, though, next year could act as a complete shift in the... Read more
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