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Nov 23

Conservative MP John Barlow to visit Agribition in Regina

By Gateway Gazette

OTTAWA, ON – John Barlow, Associate Conservative Shadow Minister for Agriculture and Agri-Food and Member of Parliament for Foothills, will be attending Agribition in Regina, Saskatchewan. He will be meeting with industry leaders to discuss major issues currently affecting the agriculture sector, including recent tax changes, NAFTA renegotiations, failed TPP meetings and trade irritants with […]

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Nov 23

Okotoks RCMP Investigate Attempted Robbery

By Gateway Gazette

Okotoks Alberta – On November 22nd, 2017 the Okotoks RCMP responded to a complaint of an attempted robbery at the Bank of Montreal in the Town of Okotoks. At approximately 3:36 p.m., a male suspect entered the bank and showed a note to the teller demanding money.  The suspect fled without any money taken. The teller was not injured during this […]

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Nov 21

Keystone XL: Statement from Premier Notley

By Gateway Gazette

Premier Rachel Notley issued the following statement regarding the Nebraska Public Service Commission’s approval of TransCanada’s Keystone XL pipeline route: “As we stated in our submission to the Nebraska Public Service Commission, this pipeline will mean greater energy security for all North Americans by making sure people have access to Alberta’s responsibly developed energy resources. […]

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Nov 20

NDP Refuses to Focus on Alberta’s Priorities

By Gateway Gazette

EDMONTON, AB: Friday, the NDP rejected yet another common-sense motion that would make it clear to Albertans that their government truly does have their backs when it comes to the Trudeau Liberals’ sustained attacks on Alberta’s economy. This afternoon UCP Opposition Leader Jason Nixon sought unanimous consent of the Legislative Assembly to introduce the following common-sense […]

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Nov 20

Pharmacist Given Conditional Sentence for Health Information Breaches

By Gateway Gazette

A pharmacist pleaded guilty to accessing health information in contravention of the Health Information Act (HIA) and received a conditional sentence order on October 16, 2017. In October 2014, the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner (OIPC) received a breach report from Covenant Health where Basel Alsaadi had been employed prior to his resignation. The investigation […]

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Nov 18

Municipalities Get Relief on Uncollectable Tax

By Gateway Gazette

The Alberta government is supporting municipalities by providing a tax credit for uncollectable education property taxes on oil and gas properties.   Municipalities collect education property taxes on behalf of the province through their municipal property tax system. Oil and gas facilities are taxed until there is an abandoned status on the records of the […]

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Nov 18

Okotoks RCMP requesting assistance in assault of youth

By Gateway Gazette

November 18, 2017 Okotoks RCMP investigate suspicious occurrence Okotoks, Alberta- Okotoks RCMP responded to a report of a male assaulting a youth in the backyard of the youth’s residence in the Cimarron Vista Area. This matter is still under investigation and police are asking anyone who may have information regarding this investigation to call Okotoks […]

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