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Sep 22

Licensed Child Care for Families on Kapawe’no First Nation

By Gateway Gazette

Minister of Children’s Services Danielle Larivee joined Kapawe’no First Nation Chief Frank Halcrow to celebrate the grand opening of the first provincially licensed on-reserve child care centre. Licensing of the child care program in the First Nation community in Grouard, in northern Alberta, means parents can apply for the provincial child care subsidy and the […]

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Sep 22

Room to Roam for You and Your Horse

By Gateway Gazette

  Horse Boarding and Lessons DJ Ranch is located 8 miles west of Okotoks and 3 miles east of Black Diamond at the corner of Highway #7 and 112th Street West. They offer pasture and paddock boarding on 130 acres. Indoor riding area included. Pasture board is $200/month and Paddock is $300/month. Lessons are $40/hour including the […]

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Sep 22

Strong Investor Interest in Renewables Program

By Gateway Gazette

Alberta moves one step closer to its target of 30 per cent renewable energy by 2030 as round one of the Renewable Electricity Program enters the request for proposals stage. The Alberta Electric System Operator (AESO) has invited national and international companies to participate in the final stage of the competition. A total of 29 […]

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Sep 22

Environmental Fines for Calgary Pest-control Firm

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Orkin Canada Corporation has been fined $150,000 for violating provincial and federal laws following the 2015 fumigation of a Calgary business. Orkin was fined $70,000 after pleading guilty on August 31 for failing to report a release of a substance into the environment, a violation of the Alberta Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act. Under a creative […]

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Sep 22

“Feed the Hungry Calgary” Plans First Harvest

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Charitable Organization Joins the Local Food Movement Calgary, Alberta – On Saturday September 23rd, Feed the Hungry Calgary is planning the first-ever harvest to benefit its Sunday Dinners. Operating for over 20 years as a program of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Calgary, Feed the Hungry has been offering a family-style sit down meal each week to […]

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Sep 21

Why I’m Backing Brian Jean: Pitt

By Gateway Gazette

July 22, 2017 will be a day that goes down in the political history books for Alberta. Led by Brian Jean, conservatives of different stripes put their differences aside and came together for the greater good of Alberta. That was a victory for the people of Alberta and the democratic process. Altogether more than 50,000 […]

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