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Website: http://www.edgeofattack.com Music: http://youtu.be/qBRj84u-i50 Grande Prairie, AB power-thrash five-piece Edge of Attack are proud to announce they will be trekking across Alberta for the month of June along with a tour date in Winnipeg, MB for their Northern Destruction Tour in promotion of their debut self titled album released on Spread ... (more)
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The Secretariat for Leadership Development will welcome a wide range of local Catholic leaders Thursday, May 30, to O'Connor Hall at St.
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Legislation that imposes a four-year labour agreement on teachers and school boards passed by an overwhelming majority in the Alberta legislature Wednesday afternoon.
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