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  1. Toxic taint: Tests in Alberta industrial heartland reveal air-quality concernsRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Canada.com

    Wind gusts up to 90 km/h knocked down trees, power poles, and sent branches flying, causing travel delays and leaving tens of thousands of residents without power. EDMONTON, ALTA.: OCTOBER,28, 2013: AiA plume of yellow sulfur coloured smoke billows from the Suncor Energy refinery in Edmonton, Alta.

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  2. On The Road: A Fall Journey Through Banff And Jasper National ParksRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | National Parks Traveler

    A late-summer or early fall trip to Banff National Park in Canada could offer great weather for paddling Moraine Lake/Kurt Repanshek Starting on the fringe of the Great Plains and climbing through the incomparable mountain scenery of Banff and Jasper national parks, this magnificent drive-one of Canada's best - combines exhilarating vistas of forest, crag, river, and glacier. And autumn colors, crisp, cool days and fewer visitors make this an ideal fall journey.

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  3. NewHomeListingService - Quickly becoming The Most Trusted Newly Built Home Directory in CanadaRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | CNN

    In this CNN iReport with Milo Anderson, CEO of NewHomeListingService.com, we learn how NHLSa is revolutionizing the shopping process for Buyers interested in Newly Built Homes, Condos & Town houses for sale in Calgary, Edmonton and all other areas of Alberta. Select one of the options below.

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  4. Emily Carr summer studio brings young artists to WhistlerRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | Madison Publishing

    Emily Carr University of Art & Design Whistler Summer Studio students pose by art on display in the foyer at Millennium Place. Photo by Alyssa Noel Emily Carr University of Art & Design Whistler Summer Studio students pose by art on display in the foyer at Millennium Place.

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  5. Calgary air-quality expert on the dangers posed by U.S., B.C. wildfiresRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Globe and Mail

    'We are expecting it to get worse,' Calgary Region Airshed Zone program manager Mandeep Dhaliwal says of the outlook for Calgary's air quality. 'We are expecting it to get worse,' Calgary Region Airshed Zone program manager Mandeep Dhaliwal says of the outlook for Calgary's air quality.

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  6. Plan ETS Trips with Google TransitRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Mass Transit

    Edmonton Transit System users can now plan trips instantly on more than 300 Smart Buses using Google Transit, a real-time transit feed developed by Google. Google Transit is the latest trip planning tool offered through ETS.

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  7. Downtown Edmonton needs more hotels: reportRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Edmonton Journal

    Khedija Hentati authored a report on the hotel industry in downtown Edmonton for the Downtown Business Association. It predicts demand will grow for rooms in the core.

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  8. WestJet's Takes Delivery Of First Of Four Boeing 767-300sRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 27 | Aero-News Network

    WestJet has ushered in a new era in the airline's 19-year history with the arrival early this morning of the first of four Boeing 767-300 extended range aircraft, allowing the airline to begin serving Europe and other regions of the world from Canada on a non-stop basis. Inaugural wide-body flights will begin in early September.

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  9. Jasper's small town appeal for the queer visitorRead the original story

    Monday Aug 17 | Xtra!

    Of the many ways that Jasper, Alberta, is unique, two particulars stand out and shape this small town's appeal for the queer visitor. First, Jasper is located inside a national park, which means that every one of its approximately 5,000 inhabitants must meet eligible residency guidelines.

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  10. Divorce expert 'not surprised' Calgary was Canada's Ashley Madison capitalRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 | GlobalNews

    A Global News analysis of Ashley Madison data suggests Calgary, not Ottawa, is Canada's Ashley Madison capital. The news that Calgarians were most likely to use the site, which specialized in linking up people who want to cheat on a spouse, was "not that surprising" to one local divorce expert.

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  11. Desperately seeking fashion-forward choices for bigger guysRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | Edmonton Journal

    Michael Lundquist models clothing from Addetto Kingsize Menswear, a clothing store owned by Raul Zuria that caters to larger men. The fashion industry is often berated for attempting to squeeze us all into its ridiculously under-sized clothing and perpetuating an unhealthy image of beauty.

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  12. WestJet's First Wide-body Aircraft Touches Down TodayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | Airport Business

    WestJet today ushers in a new era in the airline's 19-year history with the arrival early this morning of the first of four Boeing 767-300 extended range aircraft, allowing the airline to begin serving Europe and other regions of the world from Canada on a non-stop basis. Inaugural wide-body flights will begin in early September.

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  13. Daily horoscopeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | Star Phoenix

    Claudia Cattaneo: As if oilpatch conditions weren't bad enough, the latest in Washington is that Obama will finally deny a permit to the pipeline next Thursday or Friday, when many are out of town... The co-founder of an Alberta oil and gas company has been accused of defrauding the firm of nearly $5 million. Edwin Encarnacion hit a grand slam to extend his hitting streak to 21 games, helping David Price get a win on his 30th birthday in Toronto's 12-4 victory against the Texas Rangers on Wednesday night.

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  14. Slave Lake artist bringing trapline to life at MacEwan UniversityRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | CBC News

    Brenda Draney will travel to a trapline near Slave Lake several times this winter to paint the landscape of the area in both oil and watercolours for an art installation at MacEwan University in Edmonton. Striking images of the northern Alberta landscape will be part of a unique new art installation at Edmonton's MacEwan University.

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  15. Football HuddleRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 26 | St. Albert Gazette

    The St. Albert Stars are one victory away from playing for the Alberta Football League championship after shutting out the Grande Prairie Drillers in last weekend's playoff at Riel Recreation Park. The winner between the Stars and the host Calgary Gators , last year's finalists, in Saturday's semifinal at Shouldice Athletic Park will huddle up against the Fort McMurray Monarchs or Central Alberta Buccaneers in the Sept.

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  16. Watching Duffy from Friendly Lane, P.E.I.Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | MacLeans

    Duffy hasn't been a recluse this summer nor unwelcome in Cavendish, where politics is a second religion and his trial looms large As a local history book-and the local Simpsons, McNeills and Clarks-will assert, the community of Cavendish was founded by three families 225 years ago. Those are still common surnames among the roughly 250 year-round residents of this northern Prince Edward Island hamlet made famous by Lucy Maud Montgomery and her visits to a McNeill-owned farm named Green Gables.

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  17. Local filmmakers to be showcased at Calgary International Film FestivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | Canada.com

    The Calgary International Film Festival announced a new slate of films Tuesday, including a few from local filmmakers that will screen at the 12-day event. Homegrown offerings on deck for the Sept.

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  18. Conrad Jean Tournament a successRead the original story

    Monday Aug 24 | The St Paul Journal

    Jimmy Dunham managed to get some excellent contact on the ball with his bat during a Sunday morning game against St. Albert at St. Paul Baseball Diamond No.1 The St. Paul baseball diamonds was the backdrop for a great weekend of solid slo-pitch baseball, laughs and tremendous sportsmanship. A total of nine teams from across Alberta and Saskatchewan, featuring the athletic talents of Special Olympics athletes, came to participate in the Conrad Jean Slo-Pitch tournament on Saturday and Sunday.

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  19. City manager takes blame for Metro LRT delaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 21, 2015 | GlobalNews

    Edmonton's city manager is taking liability for the issues surrounding the Metro LRT Line. Simon Farbrother took the blame during Monday's Audit Committee meeting.

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  20. Outbreak management to get boost from digital access to Alberta immunization recordsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | Edmonton Journal

    Deputy chief medical officer of health, Dr. Martin Lavoie, will oversee the implementation of a new digital registry which will give vaccine providers access to immunization records and help manage infectious disease outbreaks, in Edmonton on Aug. 21, 2015. Alberta health-care workers will be able to access patients' immunization records more quickly in 2016, potentially improving vaccination rates and the management of infectious disease outbreaks.

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