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Journal of Commerce
School board asks for traditional procurement
The Calgary Board of Education has asked the Alberta government to use a traditional design-bid-build approach for new school construction, due to worries about delays with the public-private partnership process.
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Thu Mar 06, 2014
Man jailed for sex with 14-year-old
A Lloydminster man who took pictures of himself having sex with a 14-year-old Leduc girl he had lured on the Internet was sentenced to 3-1/2 years in prison Thursday.
Wetaskiwin Hospital staff rallied behind Pink Shirt Day
Staff in the Wetaskiwin Hospital led by Linda Armson, joined the campaign against bullying.
An Irish Honour
A seemingly simple invitation that was given and accepted has now "taken on a life of its own!" In the words of Mike Skinner, Guard Commander of the Leduc Fire Regional Guard of Honour.
Family Day UNPLUGGED
WARBURG Close to 100 people unplugged from their TVs, cell phones, and digital devices and plugged into the 2014 Warburg Family Day activities held at the arena on Monday, January 17. Participants enjoyed both indoor and outdoor activities sponsored by Warburg Arena Board and the Warburg FCSS.
Vehicle Hit And Run On Capri Road In Leduc
On February 11th, 2014 at approximately 9:36 p.m., Leduc City RCMP received a 911 transfer with regards to a vehicle hit and run on Capri road in Leduc.
For a video of this event click here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Wy8YAfIB7w The Wetaskiwin Agricultural Society held its 16th Annual Cutter Rally on Sunday, February 16th at the Agricultural Society grounds.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
When Silence is Golden: David Lede on the success of Ledcor
There is a fundamental irony at the heart of Ledcor, the Vancouver-based company that got its start in Leduc more than 60 years ago.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
HardNoX Track Dayz Announces Its 2014 Schedule
Entering our 4th consecutive year as Alberta's premier motorcycle track day provider, we are looking forward to our 2014 schedule at the brand new Castrol Raceway road course in Leduc, Alberta [Canada].
St. Albert Gazette
Should St. Albert consider taxi regulations?
One of the biggest challenges during the festive season is finding a cab in town on New Year's Eve.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
St. Albert Gazette
Keith Olivieri of St. Albert's Blue Kettle Foods is hoping a new initiative by Northlands will help his company gain greater market access.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Thanks for Serving
On February 23, 2014, Leduc-Beaumont MLA George Rogers presented Reverend Joanne Webster with an official Thank-you from the Alberta Legislature for her spiritual leadership to the residents of Leduc and area.
The LA1K Comes to Leduc
On Thursday, February 20th at the Days Inn Clarence Shields introduced President Mr. Jed Harrison and Vice President Michael Elhard of the Northern Alberta Sports Car Club.
New Pastor at Zion
Lutheran pastors present at the Installation Service were Pastor Terry Defoe from Mount Olive Church in Regina, Alberta B.C. District President Don Schieman, District Outreach Assistant Dr. Glenn Schaeffer, Pastor Fred Albert going from Zion to a new position at St. Peter's in Leduc, newly installed Pastor Tim Richholt, retired Pastor Garry ... (more)
Tyler Prazak from Sobeys Leduc, was thrilled to receive the People's Choice for Customer Service Award at the 2014 Leduc Regional Chamber of Commerce Business Awards Gala After nine years the Leduc Regional Chamber of Commerce Business Awards Gala has become an event that people throughout Leduc and area have come to anticipate with excitement ... (more)
Wed Feb 26, 2014
St. Albert Gazette
A new health initiative in the capital region will enable doctors to prescribe exercise to patients, who can then redeem the prescription for a free day pass at facilities like Servus Credit Union Place.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
What the doctor ordered: prescriptions for patients to get active
Participating patient Regine Gross rides a bike beside Dr. Justin Balko after talking about her prescription to get active during a news conference held at the Don Wheaton YMCA in Edmonton on Feb. 25, 2014.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
No Parking In Nisku
On Tuesday, February 11th County Council addressed a long standing safety issue within the Nisku Business Park by passing the Third Reading of a No Parking Bylaw.
A New Journey For All
After 7 years of service Reverend Joanne Webster along with her husband Jeremy will be leaving St. Paul's Anglican Church in Leduc and will start a new journey in Spruce Grove, serving at St. Augustine's Parkland Anglican Church.
Leduc RCMP Target Street Level Drug Dealers
Leduc RCMP Target Street Level Drug Dealers Leduc RCMP Drug section, with the assistance of other Provincial Drug agencies, finished a four month project targeting street level drug dealers in the City of Leduc.