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Nov 23

Helping Girls Build Confidence and Become Leaders

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A workshop series that is helping at-risk teen girls to make positive choices now has support from Status of Women. Young Women of Power (YWOP) offers an interactive, strength-based workshop series called YWOP PivotFWD that empowers girls to make healthier choices for their future. The six-week workshop for teen girls aged 12-18, which runs Monday […]

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Nov 23

School Nutrition Program Powers Learning

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More than 5,000 students have more energy and are better able to focus in class, thanks to the province’s school nutrition program.   According to a report on the 2016-17 pilot school nutrition program, students in 33 schools across Alberta are receiving a daily nutritious meal or snack. “This program has been overwhelmingly positive in […]

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Nov 23

Conservative MP John Barlow to visit Agribition in Regina

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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

History of Crock Pot

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I capitalize Crock Pot because Crock Pot is a brand of slow cookers. There are other types of slow cookers, but Crock Pot is probably the most popular in homes, so I think many people, including myself, use the words crock pot instead of slow cooker. History of Slow Cookers In 1936, Irving Naxon, an […]

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Nov 23

The 105th Grey Cup Mayor Bet to Benefit Food Bank

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It’s a tradition for the mayors of the cities with a team in the Grey Cup to make a friendly wager. Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi & Toronto Mayor John Tory have agreed to support the winning city’s food bank. The losing mayor will contribute $5 for every point scored by the winning team to a food bank in the winning mayor’s […]

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Nov 23

Remembering Those Lost to Transphobia

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Ricardo Miranda, Minister of Culture and Tourism, issued the following statement to mark Transgender Day of Remembrance (November 20th): “Today, we commemorate all those around the world who have had their lives taken from them because they were transgender. “While we work towards an Alberta built on diversity and a spirit of inclusiveness, Transgender Day […]

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Nov 23

How to Save on Holiday Shopping

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Forget Black Friday and Cyber Monday crowds and line-ups — these pro tips will help you save big all season long. Shop on Tuesday. Some research shows that online retailers usually offer the best deals on Tuesdays, so load up your shopping cart over the weekend and wait to check out and pay a couple of […]

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Nov 23

United Conservatives Remember Manmeet Bhullar

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EDMONTON, AB (November 23, 2017): United Conservative Opposition Leader Jason Nixon has issued the following statement in recognition of the second anniversary of former Calgary-Greenway MLA Manmeet Bhullar’s death: “It has been two years since our friend and colleague from the legacy Progressive Conservative caucus was killed on the QEII as he helped a stranded motorist. […]

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