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  1. Freebies abound for Alberta politicians in 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | GlobalNews

    In the season of giving, we're getting an idea of just what kind of freebies Alberta politicians received this year. On Friday, the ethics commissioner's office released its conflict-of-interest disclosures report online.


  2. An end to suffering one fundraiser awayRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 18, 2012 | Coast Reporter

    Rose Schwarz with her step-father Gary Gilbert and mom Tani want to thank the community for all their support and, are hoping many will come out for a fundraising concert event next Saturday, March 24 at the Roberts Creek Hall. - Photo submitted Rose Schwarz with her step-father Gary Gilbert and mom Tani want to thank the community for all their support and, are hoping many will come out for a fundraising concert event next Saturday, March 24 at the Roberts Creek Hall.


  3. Edmonton seeks cash for wetlands in new provincial policyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Edmonton Journal

    Wearing a pair of antlers and a sweater with the words "Pet Me" sewn on each side, Kane makes rounds through the departure lounge at Edmonton International Airport. Stubby tail wagging, the six-year-old Doberman licks one wide-eyed baby on the cheek, then plants a kiss on the chin of a teen as she kneels to hug him.


  4. Skyhawks repeat at REBRead the original story

    Yesterday | St. Albert Gazette

    The St. Albert Skyhawks delivered a strong message in Saturday's statement game as the first high school women's basketball team to repeat in the storied 33-year history of the REB Invitational. 'It says that we're going to come out and do business with the rest of the teams we play against,' announced Marinya Marcichiw, the tournament MVP, while clutching the championship trophy during the post-game celebration.


  5. Electric car owners get a charge at Edmonton shopping centreRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Edmonton Journal

    The two chargers, unveiled Dec. 19 on the south parkade second level, will be free and allow shoppers to keep their car's battery full while they shop. "I think the primary driver is that it's the right thing to do, from both an environmental perspective as well as a customer-service perspective," said Julia Dow, property manager at Southgate.


  6. Radisson Adds Four Hotels In DecemberRead the original story

    Friday | Hotel Interactive

    Radisson , one of the best-recognized hotel brands, today announced the signing of four hotels in North America; Radisson Hotel Farmington Hills, Radisson Hotel High Point, Radisson Hotel Red Deer, and Radisson Hotel Charlotte Airport South. "We are pleased to announce four signings for the brand in December, these additions to the portfolio reinforce our commitment to expand in key markets in North America," said Javier Rosenberg, chief operating officer, Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group, Americas.


  7. Radisson Inks Deal for Four New U.S. LocationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Hotel Business

    Radisson has continued its expansion with the signing of four hotels in North America. The company will add the Radisson Hotel Farmington Hills, Radisson Hotel High Point, Radisson Hotel Red Deer and Radisson Hotel Charlotte Airport South to its portfolio.


  8. Remembering Christmas 1963Read the original story

    Friday | Amherst Daily News

    In December of 1963 I was living in Alberta, at RCAF Base Penhold, near Red Deer. I had completed a basic induction course at RCAF Base St. Jean, Quebec, and was assigned from there to Penhold for on-the-job training in my chosen trade of Air Traffic Control while waiting for a course in that trade to open in Camp Borden, Ont.


  9. Olympic Champion Beckie Scott Skis into Beacon Heights Elementary...Read the original story

    Wednesday Dec 17 | PressReleasePoint

    The students' faces tell the story. Their focused attention to the message and instruction from two-time Olympic medallist Beckie Scott, and their smiling, laughing faces as they skied around the schoolyard at Beacon Heights Elementary, made for the perfect kick-off to this season of Ski Fit North Alberta on Wednesday in Edmonton.


  10. Ugg Australia Opens Canada Retail Stores In Vancouver And EdmontonRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 |

    Ugg announced the grand opening of its two newest retail stores in Canada: Robson Street in Vancouver and West Edmonton in Alberta. The locations are the eighth and ninth Ugg stores in Canada, respectively.


  11. AHS proposes taking over ambulance serviceRead the original story

    Tuesday Dec 16 | The St Paul Journal

    The local ambulance system has faced problems for years, says one former St. Paul paramedic, who, like several others, is hopeful about a proposed model in which Alberta Health Services would take over delivery of the system next year. 'I'm optimistic - it can't get any worse,' says the paramedic, noting he worked in St. Paul for 12 years and still keeps in touch with local people.


  12. Queens enjoy learning experience during cultural exchange with Japanese UniversityRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 17 | Red Deer Advocate

    Red Deer College Queen Leah Koot jumps to block a shot by Hokusho University player Marumi Miyata during volleyball action at Red Deer College on Tuesday. The Red Deer College Queens volleyball team's cultural exchange with Hokushu University from Ebetsu, Japan, continues to be a one-sided affair.


  13. Talisman Energy, Spain's Repsol agree to $13-B takeover dealRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 | Telegram

    The total purchase price is US$13 billion - US$8.3 billion for Talisman stock plus the assumption of its debt. Talisman chief executive Hal Kvisle said Tuesday the Repsol deal is a "compelling opportunity" for a company that has faced a litany of challenges, from free-falling crude prices to its substantial debtload.


  14. Fabulous@50, The Community That Celebrates Baby Boomer Women, Is Coming to Victoria, B.C. In 2015.Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 | PRWeb

    Fabulous@50 is an online and in person community that celebrates Baby Boomer Women. Founded in Edmonton by Dianna Bowes, the second community of its kind is coming to Victoria, B.C. in January, 2015.


  15. Latimer: Medicine Hat achieves a great firstRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 15 | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    Recently I was in Alberta visiting family and learned a great piece of news about a mid-sized southern Alberta city. This is news that needs to be shared widely not only because it is an excellent example of a city that set a goal and reached it - but because it shows the goal of ending homelessness is achievable.


  16. Dallas Eakins fired by OilersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 15 | MSNBC

    Apparently, last night's listless loss to the New York Rangers was the final straw. The Edmonton Oilers have reportedly fired head coach Dallas Eakins.


  17. Calgary Bishop supports Bill 10, opposes GSA "coercion"Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 15 | Edmonton Journal

    CALGARY, AB; DECEMBER 14, 2014 - People leave St. Mary's Church in Calgary's downtown on December 14, 2014 For City story by Jason van Rassel. Trax #00061204A Calgary's Roman Catholic Bishop Fred Henry emerged this weekend as one of the few voices applauding the Prentice government bill on gay-straight alliances, but not all his flock shares his belief.


  18. Delahey and McFaull make national teamRead the original story

    Friday Dec 12 | Times-Herald

    If it is, however, there are worse ways to spend it than representing your country weeks before you graduate from university. Delahey, a 25-year-old Moose Jaw product, is one of 23 players who will comprise the Canadian men's hockey team for the 27th Joining Delahey on the team will be former Moose Jaw Warriors captain Kendall McFaull.


  19. Oil togetherRead the original story

    Friday Dec 12 | Cape Breton Post

    Port Hawkesbury Mayor Billy Joe MacLean makes good sense when he suggests local politicians get together for a conversation on falling oil prices and the effects that situation might have on the local economy. If prices remain low, perhaps MacLean himself could organize such a meeting early in the new year, of not only local politicians at all three levels, but also business and community leaders from Cape Breton and perhaps the northeastern mainland.


  20. Alberta lotto winner says he'll buy a house, a car and travel the worldRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 12 | Brandon Sun

    An Edmonton man is Alberta's newest millionaire, having won $9.9 million on the Dec. 3 Lotto 649 draw. Derek Hulley says he was on his way to do some Christmas shopping when he decided to check a $19 quickpick ticket at a south-side convenience store.