Pteragen Canada Inc. obtains regulatory approval for its 120 MW Peace ...
Inc., announced that it has received final regulatory approval from the Alberta Utilities Commission to proceed with construction on its 120 MW Peace Butte Wind Power Project.
Sun May 19, 2013
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Today's Drag Racing News
News Funny cars ready to open drag racing season Medicine Hat NewsThe arrival of drag racing season was announced with a bang at the old Canadian Tire parking lot, which seemed to be heard across the city.
Sat May 18, 2013
AHS to revamp medevac service
The province's medevac service is set for a major overhaul that involves changing the base locations of some planes and introducing new critical-care teams in a bid to reach more Albertans who need urgent air ambulance transfers.
Mon May 13, 2013
Wind warning issued for parts of Southwest for tonight and Tuesday morning
Earlier this afternoon the wind warning was issued for the Shaunavon - Maple Creek - Val Marie - Cypress Hills, plus the Leader - Gull Lake forecast regions.
Thu May 09, 2013
The Winnipeg Free Press
Historic brick factory opens for guided tours in Medicine Hat clay district
A brick and tile factory that was forced to close because of flooding in 2010 will open for guided tours this summer in Medicine Hat's Historic Clay District.
Mon May 06, 2013
Globe and Mail
Economic recovery is hit and miss among Canada's mid-sized cities
Some of Canada's mid-sized cities are flourishing - but not all: Almost half of them have not recouped the jobs they lost during the recession.
Sun May 05, 2013
Life & Times: Builder of Butterdome, Commonwealth loved bridges best
Stan Ragan in 2011 at Lundbreck Falls, near Pincher Creek: It was his first bridge project of many, and remained his favourite.
Sat May 04, 2013
Budget cuts uncalled for, says Mason
Ashley Low FOR THE HERALD With the consequences of the provincial budget cuts just now being fully realized by Lethbridge post-secondary education facilities, Alberta NDP leader Brian Mason took the week off from the legislature to tour southern Alberta to talk about what he thinks should have been done with the budget.
Fri May 03, 2013
The Hill Times
Parliamentary associations spend $1.2-million on junkets around the world
Ninety-nine Parliamentarians took part in $1.2-million worth of junkets around the world last year to destinations including Monaco, Tokyo, Paris, Ireland, Iceland and Catagena.
Artifacts reveal life inside the wire for German prisoners of war in Alberta
The lives of 35,000 German prisoners of war who were shipped to Canada during the Second World War have been documented in a collection amassed over 40 years and now owned by the Royal Alberta Museum.
Thu May 02, 2013
The Globe and Mail
200 people on Saskatchewan reserve on alert to leave homes because of flooding
Chief Wallace Fox of Onion Lake Cree Nation address a gatheing of Natives leaders at a downtown hotel in Ottawa, January 10, 2013 to discuss the up coming meeting with Prime Minister Stephen Harper.
Wed May 01, 2013
Canadian Coast Guard vessel named after Stellarton war hero
Though Lynne Tebay of Medicine Hat, Alta., never met her great-uncle, she is intimately familiar with his story of heroism on the battlefield, a story that will be perpetuated with the launching of his namesake, the Canadian Coast Guard Ship Private Robertson VC.
Cody Young, is a first-year teacher at Hays School and has been nominated for the Alberta School Boards Association 2013 Edwin Parr Teacher Award.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
Aggressive Canada goose pair given eight parking spots in standoff with Medicine Hat College
Last week, a student at Medicine Hat College noticed a nefarious presence in the southeastern Alberta school's parking lot; a hissing, gawking angry male goose.
Mohawk Medical Growth Partners Announces Closing of Brokered and...
Mohawk purchased this property within four months of its previous acquisition. This approximately 40,000 square foot building, called "The Medical Arts Centre", is well located directly across the street from the Medicine Hat Regional Hospital.
Sun Apr 28, 2013
Court orders being handed out to individual striking guards, Lukaszuk says
The Edmonton Journal's goosecam is off-air after a windstorm scattered the nest and crushed the eggs on Saturday evening.
Thu Apr 25, 2013
ATA boss and education minister expect contract approval
It was a friendly meeting with Education Minister Jeff Johnson to review progress of the proposed, provincewide labour agreement, including the no vote from St.
Wed Apr 24, 2013
Southern Alberta man canoes to New Orleans
A Medicine Hat, Alta., man canoed more than 5,200 kilometres to New Orleans to celebrate the life of his uncle.
Tue Apr 23, 2013
Per UCMJ, Supreme Law in Time Of War, which by legal definition this country has been engaged in sin
What's different? Escape the normal cruise experience, go where you'd like, do what you feel like doing -- far away from the big ships.