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  1. Step Back in Time with Calgary's New Dinosaur ExhibitsRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Where Toronto

    Triceratops, pterodactyls, and tyrannosaurus rex-oh my! The dinosaurs are alive again in the latest installment of the Jurassic Park film franchise- Jurassic World -which roars into theatres in June. A visit to Calgary can have you starring in your own dinosaur adventure with all the dinosaur attractions in and around the city.

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  2. American visitors coming for a taste of Trail's Italian flavourRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    Danny Ferraro, of Ferraro Foods, says the store has many out-of-town customers who make regular visits for difficult-to-find authentic food choices. With so much Italian history in Trail, it wasn't a question of what to do with 35 "Americanas" for the day.

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  3. RTDNF Canada Announces 2015 Michael Monty Award RecipientRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Market Wire

    The Radio Television Digital News Foundation of Canada is proud to announce that Dave Albright of the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology is the recipient of its 2015 Michael Monty Memorial Award. The award is presented annually to a broadcast educator nominated by students for special recognition.

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  4. Sports ExtraRead the original story

    22 hrs ago | St. Albert Gazette

    Lanny Tron of the Sir Winston Churchill Bulldogs established the Alberta Schools Athletic Association record of 17.13m in 1978. Brinkhof, a national age-group level thrower who trains with the St. Albert Mustangs Track Club, broke the zone record on the second of his six throws.

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  5. Wildfires force about 5,000 people to evacuate homes in northern AlbertaRead the original story

    Yesterday | Turtle Island News

    Turtle Island News is now providing the only national native news service delivered to your computer or cell each morning. For more indepth reporting go to www.theturtleislandnews.com .

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  6. Fires force 5,000 from homes in northern AlbertaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Daily Townsman

    The evacuees included people from Wabasca, the Bigstone Cree First Nation and two municipal districts in a rural area north of Edmonton. Reeve Murray Kerik of the Municipal District of Lesser Slave River, which was under a local state of emergency, said the weather will help determine when people will be able to return home.

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  7. Business Development Representative (Sgi Canada Insurance Services LtdRead the original story

    Sunday May 24 | Employment News

    Job Description: Description: Opportunity SGI CANADA Insurance Services Ltd is currently looking for an experienced and enthusiastic professional to join its Business Development team as a permanent, full-time Business Development Representative in Edmonton .Working with a team of dedicated professionals, you will be responsible for promoting and selling commercial and personal lines insurance products to the independent broker channel in Alberta. The incumbent builds and maintains effective business relationships with brokers, provides broker training and support, monitors market conditions and broker/product performance, and recommends improvements to products.

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  8. The Great Human Odyssey cleans up at Alberta's Rosie AwardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 23 | Edmonton Journal

    On Sunday, Rachel Notley's NDP will be sworn in as Alberta's new government, the first one in 44 years. Edmontonians looking forward to the new political reality might wonder what life was like in the city in 1971, when Peter Lougheed's PCs unseated Harry Strom's reigning Social Credit on Aug. 30, 1971, launching the Tory dynasty that would last four decades until this May 5. Niobe Thompson won the Rosie for Best Corporate or Promotional Production for Making of a Film Score.

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  9. Riding bulls and raising cattle: Scott Schiffner shares his homegrown storyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 23 | CBC News

    Scott Schiffner not only rides bulls, but raises cattle. He shares his story in this week's Food and the City column.

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  10. Severance bill for outgoing Tory staffers roughly $4 millionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Edmonton Journal

    National Geographic magazine has been kind to Edmonton in a way that few other outside publications have been in recent decades. National Geographic Traveller, the company's consumer travel magazine, has named Edmonton one of the Top Ten destinations in the world to visit this summer.

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  11. Notley to review agencies, boards and commissionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Edmonton Journal

    National Geographic magazine has been kind to Edmonton in a way that few other outside publications have been in recent decades. National Geographic Traveller, the company's consumer travel magazine, has named Edmonton one of the Top Ten destinations in the world to visit this summer.

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  12. Vet reminds horse owners of vaccine importanceRead the original story

    Friday May 22 | The Western Producer

    Spring vaccines are recommended so that the immune system is built up before disease-spreading mosquitoes and other pests become active, said veterinarian Brettly Battistone of Burwash Equine Services in Calgary. Some diseases are not commonly seen in this part of the world, but a vaccination for a disease such as rabies is worthwhile.

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  13. Travel a big deal for one who who likes to stay homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Langley Times

    I had occasion to be out of town for a couple of days on business. A flight to Edmonton, a drive to Calgary and a flight back to Abbotsford.

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  14. Thomson: NDP under fire for linking donation request to swearing-in invitationRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Edmonton Journal

    National Geographic magazine has been kind to Edmonton in a way that few other outside publications have been in recent decades. National Geographic Traveller, the company's consumer travel magazine, has named Edmonton one of the Top Ten destinations in the world to visit this summer.

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  15. The cabinet challenge: Who will Rachel Notley choose for her front bench?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Edmonton Journal

    National Geographic magazine has been kind to Edmonton in a way that few other outside publications have been in recent decades. National Geographic Traveller, the company's consumer travel magazine, has named Edmonton one of the Top Ten destinations in the world to visit this summer.

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  16. Impact of unprecedented Alberta minimum wage increase disputedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Edmonton Journal

    National Geographic magazine has been kind to Edmonton in a way that few other outside publications have been in recent decades. National Geographic Traveller, the company's consumer travel magazine, has named Edmonton one of the Top Ten destinations in the world to visit this summer.

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  17. Staples: Best way to spend seven Edmonton days this summerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Edmonton Journal

    A Sherwood Park cyclist is suing the City of Edmonton for $152,500 to cover medical costs and damages after a crash he claims was caused by the city's failure to fix potholes. In a statement of claim, Troy Michael Donovan states he was pedalling eastbound on 104th Avenue near 119th Street in the early morning of June 23, 2013 when reached an unmarked stretch of road damaged by potholes and cracks.

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  18. The Jamies take a trip back in time with their fresh, retro pop soundRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Canada.com

    It's a fine line. And, actually, it's a little bit from Column A, a little bit from Column B when it comes to Calgary synth-pop quintet The Jamies and their latest album Time.

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  19. Alberta company mistakes Cape Breton for N.L.Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | Cape Breton Post

    This map of "Newfoundland" appeared in a brochure for Calgary-based Anderson Vacations. Liberal MHA Stelman Flynn wanted answers from the government about the situation, since the map clearly actually shows Newfoundland place names on a map of Cape Breton.

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  20. Vancouver malls ranked richest in CanadaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | Canada.com

    Artist's conception of the redeveloped building bounded by Robson, Granville and Howe that will house Nordstrom and an expanded Pacific Centre mall. VANCOUVER - A new study has found that four of Canada's 20 most productive shopping malls are located in Metro Vancouver, with Vancouver's Pacific Centre and Oakridge Shopping Centre earning first and third spots respectively on the overall productivity rating.

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