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May 23

Better Camping, More Tourism in Castle Parks

By Contributor

New family campsites, improved rustic backcountry camping and a new tourism campaign will encourage more Albertans to visit the Castle region this summer. Albertans will have more opportunities for adventure this year as the province invests $3 million in capital upgrades in the Castle parks. Improvements will include new and improved family-friendly camping opportunities, trails, […]

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May 23

Keeping Auto Insurance Affordable

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The Alberta government is amending the Minor Injury Regulation (MIR) to provide more clarity on which injuries, conditions and symptoms are covered. This amendment will make it clear that sprains, strains and whiplash injuries are considered minor injuries. The relating physical and psychological symptoms, along with some temporomandibular joint (TMJ) injuries, are also considered minor […]

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May 23

Cultural Diversity: Statement from Premier Notley

By Gateway Gazette

Premier Rachel Notley issued the following statement on World Diversity Day: (May 21, 2018) “Today, members of the United Nations celebrate the diversity that defines the people of the world, broadens our experiences and makes our own lives richer. “In 2001, UNESCO (the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) adopted the Universal Declaration on Cultural […]

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May 22

Don’t Get Ticked Off – Get Ticks Tested

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As the warm weather has arrived and families head outdoors, Albertans are encouraged to submit ticks they discover to help monitor for the Lyme disease bacteria. If Albertans find ticks on themselves, they should remove the ticks safely, using tweezers, as soon as possible. Ticks found on people or in their surroundings can be submitted […]

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May 22

Allergies in Pets

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Allergies are a common cause of skin and ear conditions in dogs. People with allergies usually have “hay fever” (watery eyes, runny nose, and sneezing) or asthma. However, in dogs the skin is the target organ, whether the allergen is eaten, breathed in, or in direct contact with the skin. Allergies are managed rather than […]

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May 22

Canadian Angus Auction Market of the Year Award Presented to The Electronic Auction Market (TEAM) at Livestock Markets Association of Canada Convention

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Rocky View County, AB-The Canadian Angus Association is pleased to honour The Electronic Auction Market (TEAM) with the Auction Market of the Year Award. This marks the eleventh year the award has been presented by CAA. Senior Director of Business Development BC/AB Brian Good and Director of Business Development SK/MB Bob Toner presented the award at the […]

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May 22

Balanced Plans Protect Land, Boost Recreation

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New land management plans for the Livingstone-Porcupine Hills areas will help conserve and protect sensitive ecosystems while improving economic and recreation opportunities. The Land Footprint and Recreation Management plans establish the Livingstone and Porcupine Hills areas as Public Land Use Zones (PLUZ). This follows through on the government’s commitment to science-based land management that protects […]

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