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Feb 20

Alberta RCMP and Alberta Rural Crime Watch Association Sign Official Partnership

By Gateway Gazette

Edmonton, Alberta – Today, Deputy Commissioner Todd Shean, Commanding Officer, Alberta RCMP and Mr. Trevor Tychkowsky, President of the Alberta Provincial Rural Crime Watch Association signed a memorandum of understanding which outlines the roles each organization will play in keeping rural communities safe throughout the province. Rural Crime Watch is a community-led program supported by the […]

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Feb 20

Your Pets: Top Cold Weather Safety Tips!

By Gateway Gazette

The cold weather is sticking with us and were here to help you keep Fido and Fluffy nice and safe. Check out our top tips for making it through an Alberta winter! 1. WATCH OUT FOR DANGEROUS WINTER CHEMICALS Keep antifreeze and other winter chemicals far away from curious paws and try using a pet friendly […]

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Feb 20

Classroom Investment Fund Creates Teaching Jobs

By Gateway Gazette

Alberta students are receiving more individual attention and a better classroom experience after the government provided funding for hundreds of teaching and support staff positions.   The Classroom Improvement Fund (CIF) was created as part of the central agreement reached with the Alberta Teachers’ Association (ATA) last year, providing a dedicated fund to help ensure […]

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Feb 20

RCMP Southern Alberta – Long Weekend Update

By Gateway Gazette

Calgary RCMP Major Crimes Unit arrests man for McColl homicide Calgary, Alberta –  Members of the RCMP’s Major Crimes Unit (MCU) based in Calgary have arrested and charged a 49-year-old man in the murder of Adrienne McColl whose body was found in a rancher’s field near Nanton on February 17, 2002. Stephane Joseph Raymond Robert Parent (age […]

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Feb 20

Green is Part of this Coffee Shop’s Culture

By Gateway Gazette

How Home Ground Coffee & Roasting House is going green   Fresh coffee, roasted onsite, home baked goods and friendly faces are what greet you at Home Ground Coffee and Roasting House. Home Ground, has been owned by Heather Van Aalst since 2013. She said that purchasing the coffee house wasn’t always a sure thing […]

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Feb 20

New Tools to Keep Canada Working

By Gateway Gazette

The Alberta government is releasing online tools to encourage Canadians to share their views about actions taken by the B.C. government to block the Trans Mountain Pipeline. “This fight, it isn’t something any one government can do alone. We need all of us working together to make sure the B.C. government fully understands why this […]

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Feb 19

Ensuring Sn-site Training for Alberta Apprentices

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A new bidding policy for construction contractors will ensure apprentices receive work experience on all major Government of Alberta-funded infrastructure and transportation projects. Beginning this month, proponents on large-scale, public infrastructure projects will be required to utilize apprentices in the 11 construction-related trades. The new policy requires apprentices to participate on major public projects valued […]

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