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  1. Alberta Open Farm Days offers city slickers a chance to see where their food comes fromRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Edmonton Journal

    Farms used to be places holidayers sped past on their way to the lake, the big city or the mountains.

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  2. Wind Mobile roaming fees to dropRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | The Chronicle Herald

    Wind Mobile has announced it will charge substantially lower domestic roaming fees and bring in faster data speeds for customers that travel outside the company's coverage areas and need to use another Canadian carrier's network.

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  3. Patrick Doyle's Excellent North-to-Alaska Road TripRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | The Chronicle Herald

    Left to right are: James Portoraro from Toronto, Patrick Doyle of Halifax , Mariah Gouchie from Edmonton and Krisztina Mosdossy from London, Ontario with their well worn 1999 Chevy Cavalier coupe on the Alaska.

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  4. Wind Mobile drops domestic roaming fees for customersRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | 680News

    Wind Mobile has announced it will charge substantially lower domestic roaming fees and bring in faster data speeds for customers that travel outside the company's coverage areas and need to use another Canadian carrier's network.

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  5. Rodeo Queen recaps summer adventuresRead the original story

    12 hrs ago | Airdrie City View

    These past two months have been a whirlwind! We have been keeping ourselves busy representing the City of Airdrie and the Airdrie Pro Rodeo right from the day we were crowned on July 1. This next year will be full and fun packed with various CPRA, PRCA and FCA Rodeo visits around Alberta and even traveling into the USA.

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  6. Steelers win silver at WesternsRead the original story

    12 hrs ago | Lifestyles

    The Carnduff Southeast Steelers women's fast pitch team earned the silver medal at the Senior Women's Western Canadian Fastball Championship in Grande Prairie, Alberta, from August 14 to 17. Their next game was against the St. Albert Angels, and the Steelers routed them 17-0.

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  7. Tourism expert to analyze Okotoks downtownRead the original story

    Wednesday | Western Wheel

    The Okotoks Network and the Town are bringing tourism expert and marketing guru Roger Brooks to do a community assessment of the community, with the primary focus on the downtown area.

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  8. Braid: When Alberta politics turns into French farceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Edmonton Journal

    With the Alberta government, you can never quite be sure how the worm will turn.

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  9. Premier hopeful says leaders need to be accountableRead the original story

    Wednesday | Western Wheel

    After recent revelations about former premier Alison Redford's travel expenses and use of government airplanes, Alberta Progressive Conservative party leadership candidate Thomas Lukaszuk said regaining the trust of Albertans starts with having an accountable leader.

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  10. Paint the town red: the Liberals in EdmontonRead the original story

    Wednesday | MacLeans

    When the Liberal caucus came to Edmonton for its summer retreat, I didn't think "So they're invading Alberta."

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  11. Campion, DoraRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Fort Macleod Gazette

    A voice from our household is gone A voice we loved is stilled A void in our hearts is left Which never can be filled We regret to announce the passing of Dora G. Campion, formerly of 338 27th St. Fort Macleod and Granum, on Thursday, Aug. 14, 2014.

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  12. When Alberta politics turns into French farceRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Calgary Herald

    With the Alberta government, you can never quite be sure how the worm will turn.

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  13. Premier Dave Hancock apologizes for misuse, but says government will keep its planesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | GlobalNews

    Premier Dave Hancock apologized to Albertans for betraying their trust by misusing government aircraft but says the fleet will remain.

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  14. American retailer Marshalls opening Calgary store on ThursdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Canada.com

    Centrally-located off of Macleod Trail South and near Glenmore Trail and the ever-popular Chinook Centre, the new off-price retailer has found a home at the Kingsland Village mall and will open its doors to the public on Thursday.

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  15. Provincial grant to boost tourist charms of The FringeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Edmonton Journal

    The Edmonton Fringe Festival may already be a tourist attraction, but organizers are using a newly announced provincial grant to make it even better.

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  16. Celtic band brings east to westRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 13 | Western Wheel

    Calgary band Fraid Knot is set to perform its array of traditional and original Celtic tunes at the Foothills Highland Games in Okotoks on Aug. 23. The Foothills Highland Games is welcoming back Fraid Knot's high-energy Celtic and rock-influenced sound to wind up a day of highland dancing, heavy games, piping and drumming on Aug. 23 at the ... (more)

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  17. Justin Trudeau, Liberal MPs meet in Edmonton to plan for 2015 electionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 18 | CBC News

    Justin Trudeau and the federal Liberals will meet in Edmonton this week, ahead of their return to Parliament next month, to talk about what the MPs heard in their ridings over the summer and how to tackle any issues that could derail them during a campaign.

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  18. Guided Segway tours launched in CalgaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 18 | Canada.com

    Susana Ranca leads friends visiting from her native Romania on a Segway tour on the Elbow River pathway.

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  19. Food bank demand soars amid southern Alberta housing crunchRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 17 | Canada.com

    In Cochrane alone, demand has jumped more than 26 per cent from July 2013 to June 2014 - and the number of children being fed by hampers is up almost 43 per cent.

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  20. Back to school tips for laptops and tabletsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 17 | GlobalNews

    I get asked a lot about what laptop or tablet to buy. My advice on computer buying is good for year-round shopping, but let's get this back to school thing out of the way first.

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