Alberta Newswire (Page 6)

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  1. Regional plan protects Pekisko grasslandsRead the original story

    15 hrs ago | Western Wheel

    The provincial government is extending protection to tens of thousands of hectares of undisturbed native grasslands in the foothills under a new plan intended to guide future growth in southern Alberta.

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  2. Groomers Hit the JackpotRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Pet Product News

    ... a toy poodle and pocketed $1,000 for fourth place. Jackie Boulton, owner of Jackie's Animal Services in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, came in fifth and received $500 for her groom of a miniature poodle. In sixth place, Ashley Waters, an assistant ...

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  3. Black Hills Life Flight prepares for Sturgis RallyRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | KOTA-TV Rapid City

    ... believe the 10 we picked at least gives you a snapshot of their lives. Thirty to 40 Bighorn sheep will be taken from Alberta, Canada, and moved to Grizzly Gulch burn area near Deadwood. Thirty to 40 Bighorn sheep will be taken from Alberta, Canada, ...

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  4. Cardinals stumble into playoffsRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | Yorkton This Week & Enterprise

    ... for the win. Zach Mihic and Cameron Duncan both slugged their third home runs of the season in the win. Once into Alberta, the Cardinals would struggle. Thursday in Lethbridge Yorkton actually held a 4-1 lead until the bottom of the eighth when the ...

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  5. U17 prospects learning what it takes to play for Canada at summer campRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | Red Deer Advocate

    It didn't take long for "the Canadian way" to become a mantra at Hockey Canada's massive under-17 men's hockey camp.

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  6. U16 heading to nationals after provincial winRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Red Deer Advocate

    ... Rage fastball team warms up her pitching arm during a practice on the West Park fastball diamond. Heading into the Alberta U16 A girls fastball championship tournament July 18-20 at Strathmore, the Red Deer Rage were looking ahead to another trip - ...

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  7. T&C investments hoping to capitalize on Hwy 22 and 27 trafficRead the original story

    17 hrs ago | Red Deer Advocate

    Forty-five minutes in the Sundre Tim Hortons was enough to convince Travis Cadman of the potential of the adjacent commercial property.

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  8. City to see new bike lanes across all quadrants in 2015-16Read the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Canada.com

    Far away from the coming downtown cycle lanes - and even farther removed from the intense controversy they've generated - cycling planners want to install 25 kilometres of new bike lanes in neighbourhoods across every quadrant in 2015 and 2016.

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  9. More on fluorideRead the original story

    23 hrs ago | SeacoastOnline

    ... Laureate from Sweden, was asked by his government to investigate fluoridation in the 1970s. Our city, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada, has fluoridated its drinking water for the last 40 years. However, we are confident this is about to change. As a ...

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  10. 07/30/14Local family fighting to bring elderly parents to AirdrieRead the original story

    Yesterday | Airdrie City View

    When Airdronian Johanna Hirons decided to bring her elderly parents to Alberta from Ontario so her father, who requires long-term care, and her mother could be close to her family, she said she had no idea it would be so difficult.

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  11. Think I'll go out to Alberta: province claims 3rd big lotto prize in a weekRead the original story

    Yesterday | Lifestyles

    ... winners of a $50-million Lotto Max draw last December. Then, on Tuesday, Brad and Amanda Kelly of Lacombe in central Alberta were revealed as holding the $18-million winning ticket for the June 25 Lotto 6-49. NOTE: To post a comment in the new ...

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  12. Water on the wayRead the original story

    Yesterday | Western Wheel

    ... agreement - a letter of understanding from Calgary - then we can apply for funding and start moving things,' 'The Alberta Water for Life plan originally said the province would fund 90 per cent of a pipeline like this, so we'll see,' Robertson said. ...

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  13. McIver puts rural Alberta on his agendaRead the original story

    Yesterday | Western Wheel

    ... Conservative leader hopeful Ric McIver stopped in the Foothills last week to tell area residents he will keep Alberta's rural interests in mind as he works towards becoming the province's next premier. The former Calgary city councilor and ...

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  14. Longtime Okotoks doctor and MP honouredRead the original story

    Yesterday | Western Wheel

    For 44 years, Okotoks has been the place where Dr. Grant Hill delivered babies and raised his own family and now his legacy will live on in the town through the newly named Dr. Grant Hill Park in Westmount.

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  15. Small claims court limit raised to $50,000Read the original story

    Yesterday | Western Wheel

    Lawyer Terrance Taylor, with Southern Alberta Law Offices, is supportive of the new increase in the small claims court limit to $50,000.

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  16. Local woman charged after high speed chaseRead the original story

    Yesterday | Western Wheel

    An Okotoks woman is facing several charges after a high-speed chase in Saskatchewan ended July 26 near the set of the famous television show 'Corner Gas.'

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  17. Artist pursues love of film and musicRead the original story

    Yesterday | Western Wheel

    ... then the lyrics and finally a film idea is explored. Kerluke studied media production and design at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology and later added music to his repertoire. 'I always liked music and creatively enjoyed it but it took a ...

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  18. They're goldenRead the original story

    Friday Jul 25 | The Ashland Daily Tidings

    One of the Ashland Rowing Club's prized shells was destroyed after the trailer carrying it flipped during a trip to Edmonton, Alberta, for the world games in 2005.

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  19. Simons: Controversial new law shines harsh light on First Nations financesRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Edmonton Journal

    ... midnight this past Tuesday. As of early afternoon Wednesday, you could only find filings from fewer than a dozen of Alberta's 45 First Nations on the website. Aboriginal Affairs says it may take more than a week to get all the results up online. Yet ...

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  20. Changes made to Alberta's list of 'at-risk' animalsRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | CBC News

    ... are still classified as vulnerable in the province. to preserve our province's biodiversity," said Robin Campbell, Alberta's minister of environment and sustainable resource development, in a statement on Wednesday. "We worked closely with other ...

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