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May 19

Goose, Goose… and Six More on the Way

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Royal Alex’s maternal instincts kick in as nesting pair prepare for parenthood Story by Vanessa Gomez, Photos by Ken Dalton EDMONTON — An exceptional family is causing quite the flap at the Royal Alexandra Hospital (RAH). Already known for providing superb obstetrical care at the Lois Hole Hospital for Women, the RAH is broadening its […]

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May 19

The Man Who Painted Jesus

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April 30 is the 127th birthday of an artist whose name you probably don’t know, but his work may be the most widely distributed of the 20th century. Despite never leaving Chicago, Warner Sallman influenced how many Christians the world over, for better or worse, picture Jesus. Anderson University in Indiana holds Sallman’s collected works. Their collection notes […]

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May 19

Anniversary of Slave Lake Wildfire: Premier Kenney

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Premier Jason Kenney issued the following statement on the anniversary of the Slave Lake wildfire: “Eight years ago, Albertans were horrified by the wildfire that tore through the Town of Slave Lake, May 14-16. It was the first time wildfire had threatened a major urban centre in our province. “All 7,000 residents had to be […]

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May 19

Tim Hortons® Makes Investments to Elevate the Coffee Experience for Guests

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Tims is improving the consistency of Canada’s favourite coffee with Tims FreshBrewerTM Technology, unveiling an improved lid and introducing new sustainability initiatives Tim Hortons sustainability commitment will transform consumer behavior through an integrated marketing campaign over the next 10-years TORONTO, May 13, 2019 /CNW/ – Since 1964, guests from coast-to-coast have started their day with their cup of Tims coffee. […]

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May 19

BBB Tip: Hiring a Mover

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May is National Moving Month!Half of all household moves occur in the summer months, so May kicks off “moving season.” Hiring a Mover Moving is more than relocating your belongings to a new home. Whether moving across town or across the country, it requires time, patience, money, and trust. Movers are one of the top […]

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May 18

World Family Doctor Day Celebrates Dedication

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High River writer gives thanks for 18 years of care from her family physician Story by Bretton Davie | Photo courtesy of Karon Argue HIGH RIVER — As a children’s book author and illustrator, Karon Argue understands the power of stories. As a patient, she knows the importance of having a family doctor and team […]

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May 18

Calgary Stampede: New Midway Food for 2019

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From heat to sweet, tease your taste buds with mouth-watering Midway food. Deep-Fried Artichoke Hearts These artichoke hearts are marinated, lightly battered, fried and drizzled with hot melted butter and sprinkled with parmesan cheese. Pair these bite-sized treats with your choice of ranch or lemon-garlic aioli dip.      Bacon Onion Rings on a Stick […]

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May 18

International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia: Minister Aheer

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Minister of Culture, Multiculturalism and Status of Women Leela Aheer issued the following statement marking International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia: May 17, 2019 – “This is a day that recognizes that everyone deserves dignity and respect, regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity. No one should have to face violence or prejudice […]

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May 18

2019 Construction in Waterton Lakes National Park Begins

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Plan ahead to make the most of your visit  WATERTON PARK, ALBERTA, May 13, 2019 – Waterton Lakes National Park is open and ready to welcome visitors in 2019. There is a range of recreational activities, special events, volunteer opportunities and interpretation programs available for visitors as they discover and connect with the park. To enhance […]

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