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  1. Nomad's World Ride: Return to CanadaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | Motorcycle USA

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  2. Edmonton International Airport announces outlet mega-mall expansion and air-cargo facilityRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | Edmonton Journal

    Alberta Premier Jim Prentice was at the Edmonton International Airport to praise two new developments worth $225 million in investment and 1,000 jobs. One is the already announced Outlet Collection at EIA and the other is the new Rosenau Transport facility at EIA.


  3. New airport outlet mall and cargo centre brings $225M investmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | CBC News

    The proposed shopping outlet will have 415,000 square feet of retail space, and will carry up to 100 brands. The Edmonton International Airport plans to expand its proposed retail outlet centre and build a new shipping facility to boost cargo transport.


  4. Who will lead the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra if Bill Eddins leaves?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | Edmonton Journal

    When I started writing for the Journal in 2012, one of the publicity staff at the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra told me that their music director Bill Eddins was "leaving next year." He's still here.


  5. Houston to get new nonstop flight to Canada targeting the energy industryRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 20 | Business Journal

    Alberta-based WestJet will launch a nonstop daily flight from Houston's George Bush Intercontinental Airport to Calgary International Airport on Sept. 8. Following the addition of several international flights to destination as far away as Asia, the Houston Airport System on Jan. 20 announced a new flight to Canada.


  6. Date set for Calgary's gigantic slip-and-slideRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 20 | GlobalNews

    Organizers are visiting cities across the U.S. and Canada to host family-friendly water parties featuring 'the biggest slip-and-slide ever to hit asphalt.' The wet and wild event will be coming to Calgary on Saturday, August 1st, according to the Slide the City website .


  7. Beyond Fort McMurray, oilpatch country feeling the pinch from low crudeRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 20 | Fort Francis Times

    If low oil prices stick around much longer, the operations manager at Lac La Biche Transport Ltd. says he will have to layoff workers. Kevin Warawa says business in the town, about 200 kilometres northeast of Edmonton, is down by about a quarter compared to the same time a year ago and oilsands operators that hire his company to haul equipment are pushing for rates to be cut by up to a quarter.


  8. WestJet adds Calgary-to-Houston route, increases flights in Atlantic CanadaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 19 | Regina Leader Post

    A pilot taxis a Westjet Boeing 737-700 plane to a gate after arriving at Vancouver International Airport in on February 3, 2014. WestJet announced a significant route expansion Monday, adding new business-oriented flights from Calgary as well as beefing up operations in Atlantic Canada.


  9. Monday's Letters: Premier needs to listen, learnRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 19 | Edmonton Journal

    Despite the downturn in oil prices, now is not the time to stint on building key infrastructure, Phillip H. Walker writes. It's nauseating to continually hear "doom, cut, doom, cut" from Premier Jim Prentice with the oil-price slump initiated by Saudi Arabia resulting a $20-billion Alberta deficit in the next few years.


  10. NAFTA inquiries important to credibility of environmental standards: DuncanRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 19 | Edmonton Journal

    As a crime reporter, I'm used to standing in the cold for hours. I carry extra snacks in my purse, extra clothes in my work vehicle and rarely go without long johns.


  11. Costumes in Cirque du Soleil's New Show are IncredibleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 15 | Seattle

    Performers seemingly constructed of salvaged metal parts. An upside-down dinner scene where counterweights attached to an artist's costume give the illusion of reverse gravity.


  12. Taking Gwyneth Paltrow to taskRead the original story

    Saturday Jan 17 | St. Albert Gazette

    Tim Caulfield presents Is Gwyneth Paltrow Wrong About Everything?: When Celebrity Culture & Science Clash Thursday, Jan. 15 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Attendance is free. Please visit to sign up.


  13. Witnessing the effect of falling oil pricesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 16 | Brandon Sun

    As the price of gas continues to drop, many of us happily top up tanks that just a few short months ago may have required financial assistance to fill. Without a doubt, the trip to the pump has been easier on the pocketbook, and for the most part is not seen as a problem by those not directly connected to the oil and gas industry.


  14. Rickford fetes startup of U.S. pipelines, but says more outlets neededRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 16 | The Globe and Mail

    Canadian Natural Resources Minister Greg Rickford speaks about Keystone XL pipeline during a news conference at the Canadian Embassy in Washington, Wednesday, Jan. 14, 2015. Canadian Natural Resources Minister Greg Rickford speaks about Keystone XL pipeline during a news conference at the Canadian Embassy in Washington, Wednesday, Jan. 14, 2015.


  15. First Nations transparency act: A good startRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 16 | Globe and Mail

    Tom Flanagan is professor emeritus of Political Science and distinguished fellow at the School of Public Policy, University of Calgary. He is a former campaign manager for conservative parties.


  16. Edmonton to host international gay and lesbian aquatic championships in 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 16 | Edmonton Journal

    Mike Stansberry, left, and Justin Shields, shown at the Kinsmen pool on Jan. 11, are the co-organizers of the international gay and lesbian aquatics championship in 2016. EDMONTON - Edmonton will be the site of the largest gay sporting event in Alberta history next year when it hosts the International Gay and Lesbian Aquatics championships.


  17. Basketball HoopsRead the original story

    Friday Jan 16 | St. Albert Gazette

    Sydney Hurlburt attacks the hoop for the Paul Kane Blues in Saturday's final against the Medicine Hat Kwahommies at the Paul Kane Classic. Hurlburt, a tournament all-star, scored a team-high 23 points, including six three-pointers, in the 76-68 loss.


  18. Oliver won't talk about Alberta sales tax; says people are taxed too muchRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 15 | Cape Breton Post

    Federal Finance Minister Joe Oliver says Canadians are already taxed too much and his government is looking at ways to lower taxes rather than raise them. Despite that position, Oliver says he won't comment on Alberta Premier Jim Prentice musing that he might have to consider a sales tax as the province struggles to deal with low oil prices.


  19. Fortney: Retail therapy anyone? Not at Target, sadlyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 15 |

    It seemed at times like you'd never get here. Sure, the relationship got off to a rocky start, but as we ironed out the wrinkles, it was starting to look promising.


  20. New to Edmonton, blues musician takes band to Memphis to represent AlbertaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 15 | Edmonton Journal

    New Brunswick-born, Edmonton-based guitarist-singer Dylan Farrell takes his blues band to represent Alberta in the International Blues Challenge in Memphis, Tennessee next week. EDMONTON - Dylan Farrell was part of that ongoing migration of Maritimers who came to Alberta to find work in the resource industry.