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  1. Bisons head west without their No. 1 QBRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | My Manitoba.com

    The University of Manitoba Bisons football team has yet to win a game on the road the season. If they win their first on Saturday afternoon, they'll book a ticket to the Canada West playoffs.

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  2. Helping the new prospective home buyerRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | Red Deer Advocate

    For most people, purchasing a home is the biggest financial transaction of their lives. Yet many do so with little or no formal instruction.

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  3. Former Okotoks couple chosen as 'Travellers of the Year'Read the original story

    Wednesday | Western Wheel

    Dalene and Pete pose for a photo in Greenland, one of the 44 countries they've seen in the last five years. A former Okotoks couple has gone from working corporate jobs to being named one of National Geographic's 'Travellers of the Year' and they have no plans of settling down.

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  4. Quintet offers musical variety at concertRead the original story

    Wednesday | Western Wheel

    The Foothills Brass Quintet kicks off the On the Edge Concert Series season with a performance at the Red Deer Lake United Church on Oct. 24 at 7:30 p.m. The Foothills Brass Quintet has been dazzling audiences with its array of jazz, classical and country and western music around the world for more than 30 years. The group is heading to the Red Deer Lake United Church on Highway 22 to kick off the On the Edge Concert Series' third season with a performance on Oct. 24 at 7:30 p.m. Artistic director and trumpet player Chris Morrison will be joined by Rosalee Morrison on French horn, Jay Michalak on trumpet, Carsten Rubeling on trombone and Dave Reid on tuba and trombone.

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  5. Ancient shard of St. Anthony's rib creates quite the conversation at airportsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | National Post

    Yet, it is placed on a yellow and red cushion, surrounded by golden finials, encased in glass and a metal enclosure shaped like a sceptre. These are relics of St. Anthony of Padua, which will be venerated by thousands of Roman Catholics at St. Luke's Church in Calgary on their first-ever visit to Alberta.

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  6. Grade 1 student uses Skype to join the classroomRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | CBC News

    Six-year-old Enna Lohin largely relies on photo boards and her hands to communicate. In the afternoons, she uses a computer set up by her bed to Skype into her classroom at McKee Elementary School.

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  7. Q&A With Irish Dancer Taylor ReardiganRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Examiner.com

    From the fancy beauty pageant-esque hair and extravagant dresses to the rapid moving feet of dancers across the stage, Irish Dance is undoubtedly one of the most mesmerizing dance styles in the way of performance art. I recently had the opportunity to interview Irish Dancer Taylor Reardigan about her lifelong passion for Irish Dance and her plans for the future, read our interview below to find out more about this captivating dancer.

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  8. Gillies takes over as Dolphins coachRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 19, 2012 | Nanaimo Daily News

    Greg Gillies is in a position he never thought he'd be in following last season playing for the Vancouver Island University Mariners - going back to high school. With one year left of eligibility, Gillies decided to take a year off and travel or work and save some cash.

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  9. Edmonton MP to observe parliamentary election in UkraineRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 21 | Edmonton Journal

    Edmonton-Strathcona NDP MP Linda Duncan leaves Wednesday for Ukraine as part of a federal contingent travelling to the country to monitor its parliamentary election Sunday. "I'm the only from Alberta," Duncan said Tuesday.

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  10. Regional shopping centre expected to bring grocery store, movie theatre to Seton areaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 21 | Canada.com

    New retail development planned for the Seton area in southeast Calgary is aimed at meeting huge demand from shoppers in the area. Warren Paulsen, vice-president of commercial for Brookfield Residential, told the Herald the next phase of retail development for Seton will include about 200,000 square feet of space on more than eight hectares of land in a regional shopping format.

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  11. Benchmark Data Solutions Debuts New Facility in Camrose, AlbertaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 20 | PRWeb

    This October, Benchmark Data Solutions completed construction of a brand new 2,400 square foot facility in Camrose, Alberta, which will help expedite business operations and allow for additional space Having this new building is a win-win situation for both clients and Benchmark Data Solutions -- we have faster assembly times, they get a quicker delivery time. Benchmark Data Solutions recently completed the construction of a brand new 2,400 square foot facility outside of Edmonton near Camrose, Alberta.

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  12. High-end children's clothing website launched in Alberta CanadaRead the original story

    Monday Oct 20 | PRWeb

    Calgary seems to have its own economic bubble and has been ranking high for many things including being one of the best cities in the world to live in and have on average higher income level in comparison to the rest of Canada. Locals and visitors alike will tell you, "There's money here" and parents are developing appetite for luxury clothing not just for themselves but also for their children.

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  13. U of A students offer homeless chance to shop for clothes at The Street Store in Boyle Street CentreRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 19 | Edmonton Journal

    Joel Wegner, left, and Nicholas Yee are setting up the Street Store Oct. 25 at Boyle Street Community Services. Wegner and Yee are wearing T-shirts from their clothing line, Multiplying Equality, where all the money goes to charitable organizations EDMONTON - Pop-up stores seem to be taking over the retail world, but are largely inaccessible to the underprivileged without cash.

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  14. RIT men's hockey gears up for Boston CollegeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

    RIT men's hockey gears up for Boston College The seventh-ranked Eagles will play RIT at sold-out Blue Cross Arena on Saturday Check out this story on DemocratandChronicle.com: http://on.rocne.ws/1wb3M9l Scroll through the player capsules below for more information about the RIT men's hockey team. Written by staff writer Jim Mandelaro TV/radio: All home games televised by Time Warner Cable Channel 26. All games, home and road, broadcast on WITR-FM .

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  15. Proposal to increase University of Lethbridge tuition passesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | GlobalNews

    It means all students would have to pay additional 10 dollars per course, while faculty of management students would have an extra 100 dollars added on to each course. University president Mike Mahon said these market modifiers - which are tuition increases based on the value of a specific degree - are a way for the school to stay competitive with the University of Alberta and the University of Calgary.

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  16. Cathay Pacific exec says airline eyeing Calgary as possible 2016 destinationRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | Canada.com

    CALGARY, AB; OCTOBER 16, 2014 -- Tom Owen, senior vice president, Americas for Cathay Pacific Airways poses for a photo at the Fairmont Palliser in Calgary on October 16, 2014. For Business story by Amanda Stephenson The prospect of a second non-stop flight between Calgary and Asia was dangled before local business groups Thursday by a senior executive with Cathay Pacific.

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  17. Health officials confirm dozens of new cases of enterovirus in AlbertaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | GlobalNews

    Alberta Health Services says between July 1st and October 10th, 93 patients have tested positive for the enterovirus D-68. Enterovirus is relatively common but this year the D-68 strain has been causing serious illness among children across North America.

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  18. Edmonton's The Provincial Archive takes folk-rock to Royal Alberta MuseumRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 15 | Edmonton Journal

    A slender man, in a black ski mask, dashes out of a convenience store with a black bag in his right hand. He runs as fast as he can, only stopping to catch his breath when he thinks he's a safe distance away.

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  19. Ebola outbreak: Alberta's top doctor says province is readyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 15 | CBC News

    "Anything that is required to improve the safety of the people in Alberta - patients, staff - we will do," said Dr. James Talbot on Wednesday. Alberta's Chief Medical Officer of Health says the province is well-prepared to deal with any patients who may be infected with Ebola.

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  20. Ebola outbreak: frontline workers warn Alberta not preparedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 15 | CBC News

    A worker moves a barrel while finishing up cleaning outside the apartment building of a hospital worker in Dallas. The Texas health-care worker, who was in full protective gear when they provided hospital care for Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan, has tested positive for the virus and is in stable condition.

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