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  1. 'I thought she was dead': Woman reunited with lost cat after 6 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | CTV

    The missing cat was never found, and when Graham returned to her home province of Alberta, she gave up her search. But thanks to some creative pet detective work from an animal rescue worker, Cleo is finally being delivered back into the arms of her original owner.

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  2. Adventure trips: World's top spots to zip-lineRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Canada Online Explorer

    The longest zip-line in Canada and the U.S. is set to open this July in Whistler , B.C. at the Ziptrek Ecotours facility. Guests will travel high above Whistler between the Blackcomb and Whistler mountains.

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  3. Making connections across the pacificRead the original story

    Wednesday | Red Deer Advocate

    George Berry of Berry Architecture & Associates crossed the Pacific last month in hopes of developing relationships with Chinese architectural firms. He was accompanied by his friend Yi Yang, an electrical engineer from Edmonton who grew up in the Asian country and has family there.

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  4. Avalanche's Iginla will face hometown OilersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | LongmontFYI

    As a Calgary Flames winger from 1996 to 2013, Jarome Iginla came to Edmonton to face the Oilers as an opposing player in the heated Battle of Alberta rivalry.

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  5. Opera company returns to OkotoksRead the original story

    Wednesday | Western Wheel

    Calgary Concert Opera co-founders Chris Gieck and Barbara King are bringing Cosi fan tutte to the Okotoks United Church on March 29 at 2 p.m. The Calgary Concert Opera is portraying the story of two officers who test their fiances' faithfulness by disguising themselves and trying to seduce the other's woman as part of a wager. 'In today's world it's ridiculous to switch partners and to believe that they don't even know it's the sister's fiance that they are with now,' she Barbara King, Calgary Concert Opera's co-founder.

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  6. Spotlight: Young Artist Legacy Award ProgramRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | St. Albert Gazette

    Any aspiring St. Albert artists - from performers, visual artists, potters, musicians and writers - are eligible to apply for the Young Artist Legacy Award Program. Artists must be from 13 to 21. Individual applicants can apply for up to $500 and groups are eligible for up to $1,000.

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  7. Trip to Edmonton a sort of homecoming for Jarome IginlaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Denver Post

    As a Calgary Flames winger from 1996 to 2013, Jarome Iginla came to Edmonton to face the Oilers as an opposing player in the heated Battle of Alberta rivalry. And even since he moved on to Pittsburgh, Boston and now Colorado, the emphasis has been on his two regular-season returns to Calgary, where he was a star for so long.

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  8. Rona shrinks board amid signs of company's turnaroundRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Globe and Mail

    Rona's revamped board will have 12 directors, down from the 14 it put in place during a leadership shakeup in early 2013. Eight new directors came on board as a result of that overhaul, including current CEO Robert Sawyer Rona's revamped board will have 12 directors, down from the 14 it put in place during a leadership shakeup in early 2013.

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  9. Good Earth Coffeehouses Celebrate Earth Hour-Enjoy Live Music and Coffee by Candle LightRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | Market Wire

    Good Earth Coffeehouses are environmentally responsible coffeehouses and are proud to be hosting events at various locations to celebrate Earth Hour this Saturday, March 28th. In select Good Earth Coffeehouses, the lights will be turned off and candles will be lit from 8:30-9:30pm in support of Earth Hour.

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  10. #YEG Today: What you need to know to get where you're goingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | CBC News

    Today: It's currently -4 C in Edmonton, becoming a sunny day with a high of 3 C this afternoon. A single mother in a small Alberta town is stocking her house with donated furniture and shopping at a second-hand store because the moving company she hired more than a month ago still has her possessions after demanding four times the price it quoted her.

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  11. GDT: Jets. Oilers. Rexall.Read the original story

    Monday Mar 23 | Arctic Ice Hockey

    The Jets are in Deadmonton to take on the Oilers. Did I make that joke the last time they played the Oilers? Probably.

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  12. Mastermind Toys coming to Red DeerRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | Red Deer Advocate

    Mastermind Toys is now hiring and setting up a store in the former Nutter's Food Location in South Red Deer. The CEO of Mastermind Toys also serves as the Ontario-based retailer's chief merchant - or head toy buyer.

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  13. One year after TRC, an Aboriginal ceremonial space is nearly readyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | Edmonton Journal

    The buckled girders that have closed one of Edmonton's major north-south arteries are the latest examples of the challenges posed by bridge construction. The four steel girders that bent last weekend as they were being installed on the new 102nd Avenue bridge across Groat Road have created a major transportation headache Wil Campbell and Lewis Cardinal are part of a group that has been working for years to get a site in the city for aboriginal ceremonies.

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  14. Alberta meeting by Bank of Canada cost more than $100KRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 22 | CBC News

    Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz and other officials attended a bank meeting last June in Edmonton, with a side trip to Fort McMurray, that racked up more than $100,000 in expenses. A Bank of Canada junket to the oilsands at Fort McMurray, Alta., helped push the cost of a single board of directors meeting last June to over $100,000, a CBC News analysis shows.

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  15. Young WolfPack roster has competitive desireRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 21 | Daily News

    Amanda Frayne, here practising at the Tournament Capital Centre this week, is one of three fifth-year players on the roster of the TRU WolfPack women's volleyball team. Photograph By Keith Anderson Amanda Frayne, here practising at the Tournament Capital Centre this week, is one of three fifth-year players on the roster of the TRU WolfPack women's volleyball team.

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  16. Alison Redford: she didn't come back (into the newspaper) for youRead the original story

    Friday Mar 20 | MacLeans

    What is the right way to read Gary Mason's extraordinary interview with Alison Redford , the former Alberta premier who has spent a year in "deep introspection" thinking about various things that were responsible for her downfall that are not Alison Redford? The audience for the article, I think, is not Albertans. Redford is still defending the many trips she took on government planes with her daughter, for which there may be some justification, even if the auditor general didn't think they were such a hot idea .

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  17. Alison Redford is 'trying to get on with her life' one year after ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | National Post

    A year after Alison Redford took one of the hardest political falls in Canadian history, she is looking for a new job and coping well with the events of the past year, according to friends and associates of the former premier. "Politics in Alberta was not kind to her and she's trying to get on with her life," said a friend of Redford, who spoke Wednesday on condition of anonymity.

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  18. Catering to customers with 'thin wallets' key to Ikea's success: presidentRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 19 | Edmonton Journal

    While some retailers worry that economic woes caused by collapsing oil prices will curtail sales, it's just the opposite for Ikea Canada, which caters to shoppers on a tight budget and does better in a weak economy, says president Stefan Sjostrand. "It's of course tough for the country of Canada when you can see the oil prices going down because it's a big impact on the economy," Sjostrand said during a recent visit to Ikea's Edmonton store.

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  19. Stoller surgeon says bed shortage 'already a crisis'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 19 | CBC News

    "Right now the facilities we work in are no longer sufficient," said Dr. Bryan Dicken, surgeon at the Stollery Children's Hospital in Edmonton Dr. Bryan Dicken no longer asks fellow doctors what kind of day they've had. Instead he asks how many patients they had cancelled because of a lack of beds at the Stollery Children's Hospital.

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  20. Stollery surgeon adds voice to concerns about postponed surgeriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 19 | Edmonton Journal

    Another pediatric surgeon is adding his voice to concerns about a growing number of postponed operations at the Stollery Children's Hospital. Dr. Bryan Dicken appeared at an NDP press conference Thursday to call for immediate action to increase bed numbers, a shortage of which is causing havoc with the surgical schedule at the Stollery.

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