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Jul 15

AHS Weekly Wellness: Preventing Hepatitis B

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World Hepatitis Day is July 28. Close to 300 million people around the world live with a hepatitis B infection. It is potentially life-threatening and is spread through blood or body fluids from an infected person. What is it? Hepatitis B is a liver disease caused by a virus. It is the leading cause of […]

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Jul 14

Trudeau Creating Chaos and Disarray in Canadian Armed Forces: Scheer

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Regina, SK – The Honourable Andrew Scheer, Leader of Canada’s Conservatives and of the Official Opposition, released the following statement regarding the resignation of the Vice-Chief of the Defence Staff Paul Wynnyk: “Justin Trudeau’s meddling and political interference has created unprecedented chaos in the Canadian Armed Forces. In four years, he has destroyed the careers of two of […]

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Jul 14

Update on the Trans Mountain Expansion Project

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July 10, 2019 As directed by Governor in Council (GIC), the NEB has issued a Certificate and Amended Certificates to Trans Mountain Pipeline ULC (Trans Mountain). The issuance of Certificates does not automatically reinstate previous NEB decisions or orders required for Trans Mountain to begin or resume construction. On June 21, the NEB issued, for public comment, […]

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Jul 14

Canada Welcomes David Saint-Jacques Back Home

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Longueuil, Quebec – Today the Honourable Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development, was at the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) headquarters to welcome Canadian astronaut David Saint-Jacquesduring his first visit since returning to Earth. From December 3, 2018, to June 24, 2019, David Saint-Jacques lived and worked on board the International Space Station (ISS). At 204 days, […]

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Jul 14

About Bobcats in Alberta

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A number of communities in Foothills County report seeing Bobcats. Here are some facts from Alberta Fish and Wildlife. Bobcats in the wild are naturally shy of humans and are normally most active at sunrise and sunset. Though rare, bobcat sightings are increasing in parts of southern Alberta. Bobcats are highly adaptable and if living […]

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Jul 14

Alberta Takes Bold Step to Increase Free Trade in Canada

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Premier Jason Kenney has announced that Alberta will unilaterally drop half of its exceptions to the 2017 Canadian Free Trade Agreement. Alberta is also launching a fast-track review of its few remaining exceptions to cut needless red tape and create jobs. Eliminating procurement exceptions from internal trade agreements means more competition for contracts, which in […]

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Jul 13

Government of Canada Investing in the Future of Canadian Beef

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Calgary, Alberta – Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Today, Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, attended the Calgary Stampede where she announced an investment of $8.3 million for six projects that will help support Canada’s world-class beef industry. Today’s investments will help producers become more competitive and provide them with the tools they need to remain […]

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Jul 13

River Safety

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While levels in the Sheep River are normal for this time of year, the water is exceptionally cold and the current is very fast, increasing the danger to the public. While enjoying a sunny afternoon dip in the river sounds ideal as the days are becoming hotter, it is dangerous and the Town strongly recommends […]

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Jul 13

From My Bookshelf: Lessons from Lucy

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By Lynn Willoughby Lessons From Lucy: The Simple Joys of an Old, Happy Dog ~ Dave Barry I love Dave Barry’s sense of humour.  Everything I have read – whether fiction or non-fiction, makes me laugh and admire this man who has had an extremely successful career as a humourist writer – both in his […]

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