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  1. Thunder causes delay in Round 2Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Red Deer Advocate

    Dale Bingham of the Red Deer Golf and Country Club tees off for his second round of the Alberta Golf Senior Men's Championships at the Red Deer Golf and Country Club Wednesday afternoon. Late in Wednesday's second round of the Guardian Capital Senior Men's Golf Championship at the Red Deer Golf and Country Club.

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  2. Burundi Expat Dedicates Himself to Helping Street ChildrenRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Big News Network.com

    Sadness consumed Deo Mbituyimana in 2007 when he traveled to his native country, Burundi, for the first time in 15 years. Mbituyimana saw that the impoverished African nation was in shambles due to a long and bloody civil war stemming from ethnic divisions between Hutu and Tutsi tribes.

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  3. Osheaga: Anne Lalancette's puppets will stand out in a crowdRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Canada.com

    Anne Lalancette has spent most of the summer holed up in a dark, dingy basement in Rosemont-La-Petite-Patrie. But she is not complaining.

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  4. Here's why WestJet is dropping airfares and 'filling planes'Read the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | GlobalNews

    It's a good time, or at least a better one, for WestJet customers than for shareholders, experts say. That's because one group is saving money while the other is losing it as the Calgary airline's stock price skids lower.

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  5. Initial retailers unveiled for Crossings centreRead the original story

    23 hrs ago | Lethbridge Herald

    Vice-president of a long-successful Alberta land development company, Thal has announced the first retailers preparing to open next summer in Lethbridge's newest shopping experience. It's in the heart of the fastest-growing area in the city, west on Whoop-Up Drive and next door to Lethbridge's first full-featured leisure and recreation complex.

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  6. Staples: Conservatives' new-found love for LRT hasn't meant a cheaper ride for EdmontonRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Edmonton Journal

    The Harper Conservatives are at long last getting fully behind funding mass transit in big cities, but their previous lukewarm support could still bite them hard in Edmonton. The Conservatives have only recently woken up to the fact that LRT isn't a frivolous, impractical luxury.

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  7. Driving in Canada: A Kiwi's guide to driving in British ColumbiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Stuff.co.nz

    The Icefields Parkway in Alberta. Like New Zealand, if you focus on the scenery rather than the road then you're probably going to crash.

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  8. Shymanski.29.jpgRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 8, 2015 | Prince George Citizen

    Travis Shymanski, three-month-old son Peter, Angela Shymanski and daughter Lexie, 5, are grateful for LexiA's quick thinking after the family was in a car crash on June 8. - Citizen photo by Brent Braaten Travis Shymanski, three-month-old son Peter, Angela Shymanski and daughter Lexie, 5, are grateful for LexiA's quick thinking after the family was in a car crash on June 8. June 8, Angela Shymanski had a lullaby CD playing that helped to provide a soothing atmosphere for her two napping children, Lexi, 5, and Peter, 10 weeks old. Unfortunately, the lullaby also worked on Angela.

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  9. Pandas volleyball players set up season with training trip to JapanRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Edmonton Journal

    There's more to the 40th annual Servus Heritage Festival than just food, though nobody could blame you for wanting to sample the chevapi at the Bosnia-Herzegovina pavilion, or the Eritrean tzebhi zigni. How often do you get the opportunity? Kacey Otto of the University of Alberta Pandas volleyball team talks about an upcoming trip to the University of Tsukuba in Japan for an opportunity to train with one of Japan's top-rated university volleyball teams and one of the best volleyball coaches in the world.

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  10. Edmonton music fans embrace challenging lineup at Interstellar RodeoRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 26 | Edmonton Journal

    Record-breaking temperatures and extremely low rainfalls across Western Canada are causing chaos for farmers and firefighters this summer as they grapple with the worst drought in more than a decade. The widespread hot and dry conditions in B.C., Alberta and Saskatchewan have led to a jump in wildfires, tight water restrictions, and pressure on farmers as many crops remain stunted and the cost of hay skyrockets.

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  11. Ronald McDonald House celebrates 30th with block partyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 26 | Edmonton Journal

    Record-breaking temperatures and extremely low rainfalls across Western Canada are causing chaos for farmers and firefighters this summer as they grapple with the worst drought in more than a decade. The widespread hot and dry conditions in B.C., Alberta and Saskatchewan have led to a jump in wildfires, tight water restrictions, and pressure on farmers as many crops remain stunted and the cost of hay skyrockets.

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  12. Vancouver's Meetingmax Helps Accommodate Canadian Music-lovers in BC & AlbertaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 24 | Hospitality Net

    Two of Canada's biggest music festival producers will be using Meetingmax Systems' online accommodation platform to house thousands of festivalgoers this summer. Union Events and Wet Ape Productions have contracted Meetingmax to handle hotel reservations for the Chasing Summer festival in Calgary and the Center of Gravity festival in Kelowna respectively.

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  13. Tour Downtown Edmonton with the Core CrewRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | Where Toronto

    When I met the trio of red-jacketed tour guides in a pocket park on 104 St. and Jasper Ave. for a free, 90-minute walking tour of downtown, I wasn't sure what to expect. After the chipper guides of the Downtown Business Association's Core Crew led some introductions, we began a brief, but informative look at what Edmonton's downtown has to offer.

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  14. Found aliveRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | The Whitecourt Star

    A young PEI woman has ended the search to find her mother. Chelsey Rogerson's mother Donalda Rogerson was reported missing on July 11, 2015.

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  15. More medals for Cranbrook's wakeboarding brothersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | The Daily Townsman

    Ryder Duczek and Dagen Duczek pose with their medals following the Water Ski and Wakeboard Alberta Wake Tour event at Jackfish Lake near Edmonton. Dagen Duczek, 8, and Ryder Duczek, 10, competed at the Water Ski and Wakeboard Alberta Tour event at Jackfish Lake near Edmonton, which featured more than 40 riders competing in wakeboarding and water-skiing events.

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  16. A - pretty epic' adventureRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | Prince Albert Daily Herald

    Michael Danger and Richard Lalonde stopped on the shores of the North Saskatchewan River on July 15. The pair began their journey on the river on June 21 near the Saskatchewan River Crossing between Jasper and Banff. Summer is a time for road trips across the country.

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  17. Oral piercings can be risky, dentist warnsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | Edmonton Journal

    Jennifer Amundson spent four years trying to convince her grandfather the daycare being built beside his seniors lodge wouldn't be too noisy. Then after the kids moved in this spring, she found him making faces through the fence with the children.

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  18. Sweden's capital banning cars for one dayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 22 | The Globe and Mail

    Female bicyclist with sunglasses on old bike in sunlit city of Stockholm, Sweden August 17, 2011. Female bicyclist with sunglasses on old bike in sunlit city of Stockholm, Sweden August 17, 2011.

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  19. Five big myths about fleet taxesRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 22 | Truck News

    My mom made the best roast beef on the planet. She would always cut it in half before putting it in the pan, and it was yummy and juicy and had a lot of flavour.

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  20. Taking your home away from homeRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 22 | St. Albert Gazette

    Nearly every community has one or two of them around, but does anybody want to spend their summer in an RV parked right in St. Albert, or at the edge of the highway near Morinville? As it turns out, people want to do it so much some of them have to book months ahead of time if they want to get a spot. And while the lifestyle isn't for everyone, those who have chosen to live in a 300-square-foot apartment on wheels for months on end - or in some cases years on end - obviously don't regret their choice.

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