Wednesday Mar 5
The Globe and Mail
Decision time: Canada needs new fighter jets - now
28, 2010 CF-18's line up on the tarmac at CFB Cold Lake, Alta., Sept. 28, 2010 Canada's CF-18 fighter jets are due to retire in 2020.
Prince George Citizen
A fun-loving team of two
Charlotte Hellyer and Millie Conklin have been a A'Team of TwoA' since 1994. Conveniently they were both born in the year of 1928 however; Charlotte has a wee bit of seniority over Millie.
A Diamond in the Canadian Oil-Sands Rough Poised for Growth
The company's shares have been under pressure because of a lack of production growth and cost overuns on a key project.
Red Deer Advocate
Cowboy-beat poet enjoys gritty, story-driven tunes
Alt-country singer Ridley Bent says there's something about being on stage with a twangy guitar and a honky-tonk piano playing .
The St Paul Journal
Federal boundary changes offer challenges
The founding meeting for the Liberal Lakeland Association was held earlier this month, and those in attendance voiced some concern regarding the new boundaries that have been set, following the redistribution of federal electoral districts.
In polite society, dropping an F-bomb is considered crude. The problem is that we no longer live in a particularly polite society.
Nanaimo News Bulletin
Order of Canada recipient in Nanaimo
Order of Canada recipient and pianist Jane Coop has performed just about everywhere in Canada.
Thieves stealing ATMs from northeast Alberta businesses
Since Jan. 10, thieves have robbed and even taken machines from 11 different businesses in Cold Lake, Lloydminster, Marwayne, Glendon, St. Paul, Lac La Biche, the Cold Lake First Nation and Frog Lake First Nation.
The St Paul Journal
Minister Campbell speaks on Primrose and environment issues in St. Paul
While in St. Paul last week, Minister of Environment and Sustainable Resource Development Robin Campbell said the province is continuing to monitor the bitumen leaks at CNRL's Primrose site, located near Cold Lake.