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Golf Magazine
When the going gets hot, head for higher ground and some airy mountain adventuresprices start at $475 per person, based on double occupancy, and run through Oct
Golf Magazine / Posted an hour ago
prices start at $475 per person, based on double occupancy, and run through October 31, 2017. broadmoor.com (Banff, Alberta, Canada/Elevation: 4,639 feet) The Golf: Banff serves up 27 holes in the heart of the Canadian Rockies: the... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Alberta mother pleads guilty after child left in freezing carA southern Alberta mother who left her child in a locked and freezing SUV while
Calgary Sun / Posted an hour ago
A southern Alberta mother who left her child in a locked and freezing SUV while the woman went drinking has pleaded guilty to failing to provide the necessaries of life. The 25-year-old entered the plea in a Lethbridge court and is to be sentenced... Read more
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Sicamous Eagle Valley News
Friends & Neighbours: Sewing their patriotismher love of needle -work goes back much further than her 20 years in the guild.
Sicamous Eagle Valley News / Posted an hour ago
her love of needle -work goes back much further than her 20 years in the guild. “I learned the basics in a girls’ club in Alberta when I was eight. I guess I had those iron-on transfers. You would put them on pieces of clothing and practice,” she... Read more
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Gazette News
Guitar star Adrian Nation releases fourth album ahead of a five-week Canada tourthe success of his third album Live at Crossroads. The album was picked up by
Gazette News / Posted 5 hours ago
the success of his third album Live at Crossroads. The album was picked up by Andy Donnelly of the CKUA Radio Network in Alberta and led to a 17-show tour in the country in 2015 and festival appearances last year. Adrian will return from Canada... Read more
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New Kerala
Putting new tools in the hands of leading Canadian scientists - newkerala news #281962through the Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI), is investing new research i
New Kerala / Posted 10 hours ago
through the Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI), is investing new research infrastructure funds in the University of Alberta. The Minister of Infrastructure and Communities, Amarjeet Sohi, on behalf of the Minister of Science, Kirsty Duncan,... Read more
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CTV News
Governments shouldn't tell women what to wear and what not to wear: Trudeausuch legislation. "We're doing exactly what we said we would do," he said. Mo
CTV News / Posted 11 hours ago
such legislation. "We're doing exactly what we said we would do," he said. More criticism of the law emerged Friday, with Alberta Premier Rachel Notley saying the ban doesn't make sense and "smacks of Islamophobia." "The passage of that bill is a... Read more
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Philboxing
Arizona Boxing News & Notes With Don Smith: Boxing at the Genesis Centre, What about Manny?at age 50, he loves it. We talked about Calgary Boxing for a few minutes and he
Philboxing / Posted 11 hours ago
at age 50, he loves it. We talked about Calgary Boxing for a few minutes and he told me he promotes shows in Lethbridge, Alberta because of the cost and other factors. Lee fought 42 year old oil field worker Dwayne Lewis, stopping him in the... Read more
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BC Local News
‘Hearties’ descend on Langleyto tour the 1910-era mining town set and meet the stars. The show is based on
BC Local News / Posted 13 hours ago
to tour the 1910-era mining town set and meet the stars. The show is based on the novel of the same name by best-selling Alberta writer Janette Oke, and tells the story of a Toronto socialite who has left the security of a comfortable home in the... Read more
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BC Local News
Mainroad taking lessons from last winter into upcoming seasonis responsible for the maintenance of BC’s provincial highways and roads betwee
BC Local News / Posted 13 hours ago
is responsible for the maintenance of BC’s provincial highways and roads between Brisco (north), Goatfel (west), Alberta (east) and the US border (south) and operate a fleet of up to 40 pieces of snow removal equipment in that service... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Five things about UCP leadership racefor the federal Conservative leadership — endorsed Schweitzer in the UCP leader
Calgary Sun / Posted 13 hours ago
for the federal Conservative leadership — endorsed Schweitzer in the UCP leadership race as the best choice to deal with Alberta's economic issues. "I think he's the dark horse. I think he's the guy who understands it. And he's very inclusive,"... Read more
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Spruce Grove Examiner
Trudeau lends support to Brian Goldway to reduce our carbon emissions and get our resources to new markets. It’s w
Spruce Grove Examiner / Posted 13 hours ago
way to reduce our carbon emissions and get our resources to new markets. It’s what Canadian’s expect and it’s what Albertan’s expect.” Gold, an economist and professor at the University of Alberta, said that he wanted to bring more... Read more
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Fort McMurray Today
Sexual assault charges withdrawn local manShawn Giles, who was 30 at the time of his arrest in July 2016. According to K
Fort McMurray Today / Posted 14 hours ago
Shawn Giles, who was 30 at the time of his arrest in July 2016. According to Katherine Thompson, a spokesperson for Alberta Justice and the Solicitor General, the Crown prosecutor's investigation and evaluation of evidence continued after... Read more
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Cloverdale Reporter
‘Hearties’ descend on Langleyto tour the 1910-era mining town set and meet the stars. The show is based on
Cloverdale Reporter / Posted 14 hours ago
to tour the 1910-era mining town set and meet the stars. The show is based on the novel of the same name by best-selling Alberta writer Janette Oke, and tells the story of a Toronto socialite who has left the security of a comfortable home in the... Read more
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Peace Arch News
‘Hearties’ descend on Langleyto tour the 1910-era mining town set and meet the stars. The show is based on
Peace Arch News / Posted 14 hours ago
to tour the 1910-era mining town set and meet the stars. The show is based on the novel of the same name by best-selling Alberta writer Janette Oke, and tells the story of a Toronto socialite who has left the security of a comfortable home in the... Read more
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Aldergrove Star
‘Hearties’ descend on Langleyto tour the 1910-era mining town set and meet the stars. The show is based on
Aldergrove Star / Posted 14 hours ago
to tour the 1910-era mining town set and meet the stars. The show is based on the novel of the same name by best-selling Alberta writer Janette Oke, and tells the story of a Toronto socialite who has left the security of a comfortable home in the... Read more
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Langley Times
‘Hearties’ descend on Langleyto tour the 1910-era mining town set and meet the stars. The show is based on
Langley Times / Posted 14 hours ago
to tour the 1910-era mining town set and meet the stars. The show is based on the novel of the same name by best-selling Alberta writer Janette Oke, and tells the story of a Toronto socialite who has left the security of a comfortable home in the... Read more
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Fort McMurray Today
Youth-focused research project to amplify and support youth voice |contributing to the recovery process in their families, schools and communities
Fort McMurray Today / Posted 15 hours ago
contributing to the recovery process in their families, schools and communities. The RbD Lab is also currently part of the Alberta Resilient Communities (ARC) initiative working in flood disaster-affected communities in Southern Alberta, where they... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Notley says federal NDP pipeline opposition irrelevantthe Pacific Coast and TransCanada's recently shelved Energy East project. Spea
Calgary Sun / Posted 15 hours ago
the Pacific Coast and TransCanada's recently shelved Energy East project. Speaking to reporters in Calgary, Notley — whose Alberta NDP government has backed both pipelines — noted that Trans Mountain has already been approved by the federal... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Calgary cops warn of bail scamforms of payment to bail loved ones out of jail. In fact, police have nothing
Calgary Sun / Posted 15 hours ago
forms of payment to bail loved ones out of jail. In fact, police have nothing to do with processing bail payments in Alberta. That advice comes as city police deal with a new twist in a common telephone scam — one that's so far bilked... Read more
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Revelstoke Review
Debate heats up over fire protectionfor the grasslands by the river. “When you look at the fire season this provinc
Revelstoke Review / Posted 16 hours ago
for the grasslands by the river. “When you look at the fire season this province has had and the recent grassland fires in Alberta and Saskatchewan, it reinforces the importance of what we are trying to accomplish here and the need for more and... Read more
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Calgary Sun
After their deaths in Fernie ammonia leak, two Calgary-area men mournedsafe enough for the retrieval crew. Smith was a highly regarded member of his
Calgary Sun / Posted 16 hours ago
safe enough for the retrieval crew. Smith was a highly regarded member of his industry and was president-elect of the Alberta Association of Recreation Facilities Personnel (AARFP), said its current president Russ Tanner. "Lloyd was awesome,... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Friends, family mourn man shot by police in Gleichenoccurred just hours before Mounties near Bashaw shot and killed a second man si
Calgary Sun / Posted 17 hours ago
occurred just hours before Mounties near Bashaw shot and killed a second man sitting inside a stolen car. According to Alberta RCMP, that man was also shot in a physical confrontation with police. Transported to hospital in critical condition,... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Calgary animal rescue group rolling out cat adoption barrelout your dirndl to take part in this celebration. An overabundance of felines
Calgary Sun / Posted 17 hours ago
out your dirndl to take part in this celebration. An overabundance of felines lodged in their shelters has prompted the Alberta Animal Rescue Crew Society (AARCS) to hold Cat-Oberfest — an emergency pet adoption event set for this... Read more
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Fernie Free Press
Mainroad taking lessons from last winter into upcoming seasonis responsible for the maintenance of BC’s provincial highways and roads betwee
Fernie Free Press / Posted 18 hours ago
is responsible for the maintenance of BC’s provincial highways and roads between Brisco (north), Goatfel (west), Alberta (east) and the US border (south) and operate a fleet of up to 40 pieces of snow removal equipment in that service... Read more
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Maple Ridge News
Andre set to don the maple leafat the tournament. Five provinces are represented on Team Canada’s roster, inc
Maple Ridge News / Posted 18 hours ago
at the tournament. Five provinces are represented on Team Canada’s roster, including nine players from Ontario, eight from Alberta, and one Quebec and Nova Scotia. Andre rounds out the roster as B.C.’s only representative. Andre’s skill with the... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Contractor killed at Suncor Energy mining site north of Fort McMurrayAn Alberta labour spokesman says a contract worker has died at Suncor Energy's
Calgary Sun / Posted 18 hours ago
An Alberta labour spokesman says a contract worker has died at Suncor Energy's Millennium mine north of Fort McMurray. Trent Bancarz said a man in his 30s was digging a trench this morning when he was buried. His name has not been released The man... Read more
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Sportsnet.ca
Flames coach angry with penalties, will start punishing playersWhile the Calgary Flames aren’t off to as poor of a start as their Alberta riva
Sportsnet.ca / Posted 18 hours ago
While the Calgary Flames aren’t off to as poor of a start as their Alberta rivals in Edmonton, there are aspects of their game that head coach Glen Gulutzan is not at all happy about. Namely their lack of discipline. After finishing last season as... Read more
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CTV News
Contractor killed at Suncor Energy mining site north of Fort McMurrayFORT MCMURRAY, Alta. -- An Alberta labour spokesman says a contract worker has
CTV News / Posted 20 hours ago
FORT MCMURRAY, Alta. -- An Alberta labour spokesman says a contract worker has died at Suncor Energy's Millennium mine north of Fort McMurray. Trent Bancarz says a man in his 30s was digging a trench this morning when he was buried. His name has... Read more
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Parksville Qualicum Beach News
Vibrant watercolourist holding yearly sale in Qualicum Beachhis Qualicum Beach studio with 20 per cent of proceeds earmarked for Haven Soci
Parksville Qualicum Beach News / Posted 20 hours ago
his Qualicum Beach studio with 20 per cent of proceeds earmarked for Haven Society. A former high school art teacher and Alberta College of Art and Design graduate, Swainson began holding these sales more than 10 years ago after the loss of a... Read more
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Fort McMurray Today
One worker killed in incident at Suncor siteto the incident. Wood Buffalo RCMP say officers arrived to assist emergency wo
Fort McMurray Today / Posted 20 hours ago
to the incident. Wood Buffalo RCMP say officers arrived to assist emergency workers at approximately 9:40 a.m. The Alberta Energy Regulator has been notified and the incident is being investigated by Alberta Occupational Health and... Read more
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BC Local News
Vibrant watercolourist holding yearly sale in Qualicum Beachhis Qualicum Beach studio with 20 per cent of proceeds earmarked for Haven Soci
BC Local News / Posted 20 hours ago
his Qualicum Beach studio with 20 per cent of proceeds earmarked for Haven Society. A former high school art teacher and Alberta College of Art and Design graduate, Swainson began holding these sales more than 10 years ago after the loss of a... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Trauma exacts a huge toll on city policetheir gun. With a recent uptick in officer-involved shootings in Calgary and p
Calgary Sun / Posted 20 hours ago
their gun. With a recent uptick in officer-involved shootings in Calgary and points further afield — three involving Alberta Mounties this week — discussion must turn to how these incidents impact those forced to pull the trigger. In 20-plus... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Letters to the Editor: October 21, 2017colony, think again! When have those colours, even under capable leadership and
Calgary Sun / Posted 20 hours ago
colony, think again! When have those colours, even under capable leadership and qualified incumbents, ever helped Calgary, Alberta or Canada? Do not leave it too late! We almost beat the movement in Calgary. We have to beat it in Alberta and... Read more
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Keremeos Review
Victim in fatal ammonia leak remembered for his passion and smileSmith. Smith, who was the director of leisure services at the City of Fernie w
Keremeos Review / Posted 20 hours ago
Smith. Smith, who was the director of leisure services at the City of Fernie was also a father, paramedic and pilot. The Alberta Association of Recreation Facility Personnel (AARFP), of which Smith was the incoming president next April, confirmed... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Plastics recycling site revitalized in Sarniacommercial and institutional recycling program in Central Canada, as well as cr
Sarnia Observer / Posted 20 hours ago
commercial and institutional recycling program in Central Canada, as well as cross the Midwest and as far away as Alberta. The plant’s end product is plastic resin pellets that can be used in higher-value applications, such as new plastic... Read more
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Mission City Record
4 B.C. prisons install body scanners to combat drug smugglingin other facilities across the province. In 2016, Ontario became the first pro
Mission City Record / Posted 20 hours ago
in other facilities across the province. In 2016, Ontario became the first province to install full body scanners in all of its jails. The Alberta government will also be installing a similar scanner at the Edmond Remand Centre as early as Decem... Read more
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Spruce Grove Examiner
Four people in custody following robberieson the afternoon of Oct. 16. RCMP reported that at around 4:50 p.m. they receiv
Spruce Grove Examiner / Posted 20 hours ago
on the afternoon of Oct. 16. RCMP reported that at around 4:50 p.m. they received a report of an armed robbery at the Alberta Beach Esso station and the neighbouring Liquor Cottage. RCMP said that two men entered the Esso station with what... Read more
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CTV News
B.C. community closes in mourning of three men who died in ice arenaand working at his other job with the municipality when he died Tuesday. Smith
CTV News / Posted 21 hours ago
and working at his other job with the municipality when he died Tuesday. Smith was also a senior instructor with the Alberta Association of Recreation Facility Personnel and its incoming board president, executive director Stuart Ray said... Read more
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CBC.ca
Bill Morneau says he doesn't 'report to journalists,' bristles at questions about personal financeschanges to small business tax rules. Morneau batted away a question about why
CBC.ca / Posted 21 hours ago
changes to small business tax rules. Morneau batted away a question about why he held some of his investments in an Alberta company rather than one domiciled in Ontario, where he lives. "So, is the question why are they numbered companies... Read more
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Abbotsford News
Foreigner brings 40th anniversary tour to Abbotsford Centreof Foreigner’s 40th anniversary celebration is the announcement of the forthcom
Abbotsford News / Posted 21 hours ago
of Foreigner’s 40th anniversary celebration is the announcement of the forthcoming musical Juke Box Hero, premiering in Alberta in 2018. The production is based on the screenplay written by the writing duo of Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais,... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Top doc urges immunization as flu vaccines are made availableFlu outbreaks have already struck in Alberta, warn health officials. But start
Calgary Sun / Posted 21 hours ago
Flu outbreaks have already struck in Alberta, warn health officials. But starting Monday, everyone six months and older can take advantage of free flu shots. “We have seen cases and outbreaks of influenza already,” said Dr. Christopher Sikora,... Read more
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Keremeos Review
4 B.C. prisons install body scanners to combat drug smugglingin other facilities across the province. In 2016, Ontario became the first pro
Keremeos Review / Posted 21 hours ago
in other facilities across the province. In 2016, Ontario became the first province to install full body scanners in all of its jails. The Alberta government will also be installing a similar scanner at the Edmond Remand Centre as early as Decem... Read more
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Spruce Grove Examiner
NDP holds AGMworking towards re-election. “This room speaks to the fact that we build. When
Spruce Grove Examiner / Posted 21 hours ago
working towards re-election. “This room speaks to the fact that we build. When you think of the history of the NDP in Alberta and the fact that it formed government, unexpectedly, in 2015 and the things that the party has managed to do in the... Read more
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Spruce Grove Examiner
Federal Liberal candidate Brian Goldeconomy. Strengthening the middle class and those who are working hard to join
Spruce Grove Examiner / Posted 21 hours ago
economy. Strengthening the middle class and those who are working hard to join the middle class,” Gold added. “This area (Alberta) in particular is very tied into the global economy so the more trade deals we have, the better.” Gold also touched... Read more
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CTV News
Caviar recalled due to risk of botulism, Canadian Food Inspection Agency saysa brand of caviar is being recalled because it may contain a dangerous toxin.
CTV News / Posted 22 hours ago
a brand of caviar is being recalled because it may contain a dangerous toxin. It says the caviar has been distributed in Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario and Saskatchewan. The recalled item is sold in 100-gram jars with a best before... Read more
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CTV News
Only six countries have fewer pollution-related deaths than Canada: Lancet studyand South Sudan. The report did not give Canada an entirely glowing review, hi
CTV News / Posted 22 hours ago
and South Sudan. The report did not give Canada an entirely glowing review, highlighting pockets of concern in northern Alberta and Ontario that negatively impact First Nations communities through oil and natural gas exploration and production... Read more
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Spruce Grove Examiner
Parkland students make election picksof CIVIX. “With more than 80,000 participants, we have surpassed expectations f
Spruce Grove Examiner / Posted 22 hours ago
of CIVIX. “With more than 80,000 participants, we have surpassed expectations for our first-ever local elections project in Alberta.” CIVIX previously helped students take part in federal and provincial elections dating back to 2004. By 4 p.m. on... Read more
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Okotoks Western Wheel
Thief makes off with drugs from pharmacyman who was arrested yesterday is believed to be involved in one of the region'
Okotoks Western Wheel / Posted 23 hours ago
man who was arrested yesterday is believed to be involved in one of the region's most prolific thefts across southern Alberta last summer. Among items recovered was an antique car and trailer that were stolen from Black Diamond. “There was... Read more
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New Kerala
Improving working capital top of mind for over half of small business owners in Alberta: ATB Business Beat - newkerala news #281959to improve their working capital, according to the latest issue of ATB Financia
New Kerala / Posted 23 hours ago
to improve their working capital, according to the latest issue of ATB Financial Business Beat. Reflecting the kind of Alberta entrepreneurial spirit celebrated through Small Business Week (Oct. 15-21), these results demonstrate a resolve to... Read more
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5KSDK St. Louis
Woman shot in Dutchtown while attending vigil for homicide victima woman was shot in the Dutchtown neighborhood Thursday night. The shooting oc
5KSDK St. Louis / Posted 23 hours ago
a woman was shot in the Dutchtown neighborhood Thursday night. The shooting occurred around 8:50 p.m. on the 3500 block of Alberta. Police say the 21-year-old woman was among a group of people attending a vigil for the victim of the shooting that... Read more
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