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Dec 14

Host An Interactive Pot Luck For The Holidays

By Gateway Gazette

When Sous Chefs Crash Christmas Tired of the same holiday party themes? If you are like me, you’ve done them all: the crazy Christmas sweater party; the winter white party (lots of cauliflower and mashed potatoes). Of course, there was the “everyone brings an ornament” for the tree party, and the ever-popular pirates Christmas party. […]

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Dec 14

Small Business Gives CRA a ‘C’ Grade for Service

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Tax complexity, response times continue to be significant concerns  Ottawa – The majority of small businesses say the Canada Revenue Agency’s performance is merely satisfactory, according to the latest CRA Report Card, released last week by the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB).  The ‘C’ grade is the same one the agency received in the previous edition […]

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Dec 14

MD of Foothills Issues Fire Advisory

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With higher than normal, dry temperatures in the forecast, the MD of Foothills has imposed a fire advisory until further notice. This means the MD will not issue any new burning permits, but existing permits will still be valid until there expiry date. Safe campfires are still allowed for now, but that could change if […]

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Dec 14

Healthy Hints from Pharmasave: Winter Skin Care

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Year-round sun protection  While seasons change, one thing remains constant: the sun. No matter what season it is, it’s still shining, and you still need a sunscreen to protect your skin against harmful ultraviolet rays. Wear makeup or a moisturizer with sun protection factor (SPF) 15 on your face and all exposed areas of skin throughout the winter to […]

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Dec 13

UCP Proposes Legislation to Strengthen Safety for Alberta Tow Truck Operators

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EDMONTON, AB: Last week, United Conservative Transportation Critic Wayne Drysdale introduced Bill 215, the Traffic Safety (Tow Trucks) Amendment Act, 2017, which would allow tow truck operators in Alberta to install and use white and blue warning lights. This common-sense change to the Traffic Safety Act will help make tow trucks more visible as they work on Alberta’s highways […]

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Dec 13

NORAD is Ready to Track Santa’s Flight

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The North American Aerospace Defense Command is celebrating the 62nd anniversary of tracking Santa’s yuletide journey! The NORAD Tracks Santa website, www.noradsanta.org, will launch on December 1. It features Santa’s North Pole Village, which includes a holiday countdown, games, activities, and more. The website is available in eight languages: English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese […]

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