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Spenceley named EDL board chair – Lethbridge Herald

March 24, 2017. Lethbridge businessman Bill Spenceley has been elected chair of the board at Lethbridge Economic Development. Spenceley, president and owner of Flexahopper Plastics, will lead a board of 25 volunteers. He succeeds Lethbridge College president Paula Burns. Vice-chair for the 2017 term will be Mayor Chris Spearman. Six new members were appointed during […]

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Wetaskiwin library seeks funding changes for First Nations services – Pipestone Flyer

Mar 24, 201 The City of Wetaskiwin Library Board is urging the Ministry of Municipal Affairs to create a more streamlined process to allow libraries to access funding for First Nations services. Late last year the Wetaskiwin Public Library received $25,000. However, the funds dictated by Municipal Affairs are given in whole to the Yellowhead […]

by ahnationtalk on March 24, 20176 Views

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Eye on the Esplanade: Ceramics exhibition shows varied interpretations of Canada’s formation – Medicine Hat News

March 24, 2017 This year, Canadians will celebrate 150 years as a nation. To commemorate this unique occasion, the Esplanade Art Gallery presents Oh Ceramics! a national exhibition featuring 16 ceramic artists from across Canada. We thought it was most appropriate to present an exhibition of high-calibre Canadian artists working in clay, the bedrock of […]

by ahnationtalk on March 24, 20178 Views

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U.K. scholar brings whaling logbook research to UCalgary’s Arctic Institute of North America – U Today

Research into old marine records shines new light on climate change in the North It almost seems like kismet that Matthew Ayre would wind up at the University of Calgary as a postdoctoral scholar with the Arctic Institute of North America (AINA). While working on his PhD in geography at the University of Sunderland in […]

by ahnationtalk on March 24, 20177 Views

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Five stories in the news today, March 24 – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Mar 24, 2017 Five stories in the news for Friday, March 24: ___ US GOVERNMENT TO MAKE KEYSTONE ANNOUNCEMENT TODAY All signs point to the Keystone XL pipeline project getting approved today. The White House says there will be an announcement. It didn’t elaborate, but the Trump administration has repeatedly said it supports […]

by ahnationtalk on March 24, 20175 Views

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Child intervention panel seeks real change in backlogged system – Cochrane Eagle

Mar 23, 2017 Cochrane’s MLA is part of a comprehensive review of the province’s child protection services to help streamline a system weighed down by bureaucracy. Banff-Cochrane NDP MLA Cameron Westhead is one of 11 all-party members who sits on the review panel. Dr. Peter Choate, Bruce MacLaurin and Dr. Patti LaBoucane-Benson, experts in the […]

by ahnationtalk on March 23, 20179 Views

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Policy, not words, needed to help First Nations – Medicine Hat News

March 23, 2017 Re: “Comments on residential schools were a slap in the face,” March 14 What a wonderful editorial comparing the Holocaust to Canada’s residential schools! I guess I already knew that exterminating over 6 million Jews was a major bad thing. What never crossed my mind until today was to compare that with […]

by ahnationtalk on March 23, 201712 Views

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Development in Canmore at crossroads – Rocky Mountain Outlook

Mar 23, 2017 It may seem like a lot of development proposals in and around Canmore are currently being floated and the result has been significant concern among community members over the cumulative impacts of future growth on all aspects of life in the Bow Valley. Yellowstone to Yukon program director Stephen Legault said it […]

by ahnationtalk on March 23, 20178 Views

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Legal News Roundup for March 23 – CBA

March 23, 2017 Budget 2017: What’s in it for justice National Magazine Federal budget will affect howlawyers recognize income Canadian Lawyer Magazine 2017 budget a relief for small firms but worries, tax hikes on horizon Canadian Insider Government offers incentives for innovation CBC.ca Read More: http://www.cba.org/News-Media/In-the-Media/2017/March/Week-4/Legal-News-Roundup-for-March-23

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Alberta government earmarks money for protecting province’s watersheds – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Mar 22, 2017  EDMONTON _ The NDP government is working towards protecting Alberta’s watersheds with a series of multi-year grants totalling $12 million. Officials say the announcement coincides with World Water Day, a date devoted to tackling the world’s water crisis. The plan will see $3.2 million for each of the 11 watershed […]

by ahnationtalk on March 23, 20179 Views

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