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  1. Shell Backs Out of Alberta Oil Sands ProjectRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Triple Pundit

    Royal Dutch Shell 's recent announcement may speak volumes for the future of the Alberta tar sands - at least for now. On Monday, the oil company announced that it was pulling the plug on its massive 200,000-barrel Pierre River mine project, which also happens to be the largest of its kind in the Alberta oil sands.

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  2. Fofanah, Bange School Marks Lead Marshall Track Herd gets three...Read the original story

    Yesterday | Huntington News

    ... while Western Kentucky was runner-up with 84. WKU won the men's championship among nine schools. Fofanah, of Ponoka, Alberta, placed third in the 60-meter dash and the 200 meters, while Bange, of Columbus, Ohio, turned in a third-place finish in the ...

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  3. Ed Sheeran Tickets Red Rocks: TicketProcess.com Slashes Prices On All ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | PRWeb

    ... Center in Toronto on Saturday, June 6 a week before a Sunday, June 14 performance at the Rexall Place in Edmonton, Alberta. He will make it out West in the end of June for shows at the Greek Theater in Berkeley and two stops at the Hollywood Bowl in ...

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  4. Doyle McManus: Ted Cruz could berth another birther controversyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Dallas Morning News

    ... conservative supporters. There's at least one hitch: Ted Cruz was born in Calgary, in the Canadian province of Alberta. His mother was a U.S. citizen, born in Delaware; his father was a Cuban refugee working in Canada's oil fields. Thanks to his ...

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  5. Doyle McManus: Ted Cruz really was born in a foreign countryRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Recordpub.com

    ... conservative supporters. There's at least one hitch: Ted Cruz was born in Calgary, in the Canadian province of Alberta. His mother was a U.S. citizen, born in Delaware; his father was a Cuban refugee working in Canada's oil fields. Thanks to his ...

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  6. Work continues on new Lowea s at south end of cityRead the original story

    Yesterday | Lethbridge Herald

    After spelling "owe's" for two days, staff at the new Lethbridge Lowe's location installed a 10-foot L into place on the marquee sign Thursday morning - thus marking a significant milestone in the construction progress of the home improvement company's first store in the city. Slated to open later this spring, Lowe's will represent an approximate local investment in excess of $24 million, based on the real estate acquisition of land, its development and construction of the building.

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  7. pplauding Pastoora s work for cityRead the original story

    Yesterday | Lethbridge Herald

    ... to get public feedback. As you know, the recent drop in resource revenues has driven home some hard realities. Alberta is facing a major shortfall in revenues, which means government must tighten its belt. We heard loud and clear from citizens in ...

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  8. Popular Fitness Franchise Agrees to Reveal Industry SecretsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | PRWeb

    ... the growing company operates. The Fit Body Boot Camp Discovery Day will be held on Saturday, March 7 in Cochrane, Alberta, Canada. Attendance is free yet requires the submission of an application and a refundable reservation fee. The purpose of this ...

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  9. Pioneer Waterproofing Launches New Website Based in CalgaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | PRWeb

    'Pioneer Waterproofing,' a prominent structural foundation repair company has launched its new Calgary based website. The website provides complete information related with their services to clients in Calgary area.

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  10. PrecisionHawk and Agri-Trend Partner to Offer First, Full Service Drone and Data Solution to FarmersRead the original story

    Yesterday | PR.com

    ... in Indianapolis, Ind., Raleigh, N.C. and Toronto, Ont. About Agri-Trend Inc.: Agri-Trend was established in 1997 in Alberta, Canada and has grown to become North America's largest agricultural coaching organization, with over 250 professionals ...

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  11. Keystone 'would do little for US jobs'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Iol.co.za

    ... bypasses the US." Obama has repeatedly challenged the merits of the $8 billion TransCanada Corporation pipeline from Alberta, Canada, south through the US, and on Tuesday, he rejected Republican-backed legislation that would have bypassed a State ...

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  12. Perfect start for Kings and Queens at volleyball provincialsRead the original story

    Yesterday | Red Deer Advocate

    Central Alberta's two women's college volleyball teams will meet up in the provincial semifinal tonight at Olds College. The No.

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  13. Alberta's economy will "bounce back."Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | St. Albert Gazette

    Based on the province's recovery from the last recession, the city's corporate analyst promised a rosy outlook for the future of Alberta's and St. Albert's economy. 'We are in a economy with a lot of momentum going into the recent low oil price environment,' he said.

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  14. PK huddles up in division one footballRead the original story

    Yesterday | St. Albert Gazette

    ... marked the second time the Blues suffered their only loss of the season in the Tier II playoffs against the eventual Alberta Bowl champion. They finished 8-1 overall after going 10-1 in 2013. 'Although there are some good teams in the Miles we just ...

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  15. Skyhawks tame PanthersRead the original story

    Yesterday | St. Albert Gazette

    The marquee match-up between the No. 1-ranked Spruce Grove Panthers and the No. 2-ranked St. Albert Skyhawks brought out the very best in the metro Edmonton division one combatants.

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  16. Mary Poppins may be grounded, but music still wings itRead the original story

    Yesterday | St. Albert Gazette

    Cantilon Choirs is staging "Mary Poppins The Musical in Concert" at the Arden Theatre Feb. 21 to 22. Here, director Victoria Biel, runs through a choreography routine at Robertson Wesley United Church in Edmonton on Thursday evening. Mary Poppins in Concert Cantilon Choirs Feb. 21 at 7 p.m. and Feb. 22 at 2 p.m. Arden Theatre 5 St. Anne Street Tickets: $15 to $25.

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  17. Opinion: Is Ted Cruz constitutionally barred from the presidency?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NorthJersey.com

    ... conservative supporters. There's at least one hitch: Ted Cruz was born in Calgary, in the Canadian province of Alberta. His mother was a U.S. citizen, born in Delaware; his father was a Cuban refugee working in Canada's oil fields. Thanks to his ...

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  18. Movie screening to highlight persecution of Baha'i faith.Read the original story

    Yesterday | Western Wheel

    In Okotoks, children and teenagers may grumble when it's time to go to school in the morning, but in other parts of the world, people are going to extreme lengths to receive an education despite fear of persecution. This is the message that the Okotoks Baha'i community is hoping to spread to local residents with a movie screening on Sunday, March 1. The documentary, called 'To Light a Candle' was created by Canadian filmmaker Maziar Bahari, who was thrown in jail for his reporting in Iran, where he met a number of people of the Baha'i faith who were in jail because of their religion.

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  19. Johnson: Without a national title on his resume, Gushue hopes Brier No. 12 the charmRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Canada.com

    Newfoundland and Labrador skip Brad Gushue, right, warms up prior to his page playoff game against Northern Ontario at the Tim Hortons Brier in Edmonton, Alta. Saturday, March 9, 2013.

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  20. Yukon's Smallwood routs P.E.I.'s Casey in opening game of 'Prier'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Canada.com

    Gavin Young, Calgary Herald CALGARY, AB: FEBRUARY 26, 2015 - Yukon skip Bob Smallwood calls out instructions during the first game of the pre-qualifying tournament against Prince Edward Island. The tournament winner gets a spot in the 2015 Tim Horton's Brier which starts Saturday.

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