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Oct 16

Minister Miranda Responds to Auditor General

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Ricardo Miranda, Minister of Culture and Tourism, issued the following statement in response to the auditor general’s report on the Alberta Production Grant: “I would like to thank the auditor general for his careful consideration of the Alberta Production Grant and his thoughtful recommendations. “We accept and agree with the auditor general’s recommendations to improve […]

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Oct 16

Auditor General’s October Report Notes Both Progress by Government and Areas Needing Improvement

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Assurances on food safety, progress on primary care networks and a need for improvement in the Government of Alberta’s capital planning process are among the findings in a report released October 12, 2017 by Alberta Auditor General Merwan Saher. The Report of the Auditor General—October 2017 comprises two new performance audit reports, seven follow-up audit reports, […]

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Oct 16

United Conservatives remember Jim Prentice on 1-year anniversary of his passing

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EDMONTON, AB (October 13, 2017): United Conservative Party Caucus Interim Leader Nathan Cooper has issued the following statement to mark the 1-year anniversary of the plane crash that claimed former Premier Jim Prentice’s life: “One year ago today, Alberta lost a champion when former Premier Jim Prentice’s life was tragically cut short. “A man who dedicated […]

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Oct 16

FVC and Democracy Watch Jointly File Ethics Complaint Against PM

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OTTAWA – Wednesday, Fair Vote Canada and Democracy Watch jointly released a letter that was sent to federal Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner, Mary Dawson, filing a complaint and requesting investigations and public rulings concerning Prime Minister Trudeau’s dishonest and improper actions concerning electoral reform. Set out in the letter to Ethics Commissioner, Mary Dawson, is the evidence that […]

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Oct 16

Okotoks RCMP – Fatal Collision on Hwy 2

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Aldersyde, Alberta – At approximately 10:30 am on October 13, Okotoks RCMP responded to a single vehicle collision on Hwy 2 near the hamlet of Aldersyde. A BMW 323i travelling north on Hwy 2 went off the road into the centre median and struck the centre support beam on the Hwy 547 overpass. The driver and lone […]

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Oct 15

Humanity Might Fly to Mars in About a Decade

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Mars Base Camp is a Lockheed Martin’s vision of how to send humans to Mars in about a decade. It’s a mission architecture centred around an orbital outpost where scientist-astronauts can perform unprecedented, real-time scientific exploration of the Red Planet. “Sending humans to Mars has always been a part of science fiction, but today we […]

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Oct 15

Where Do I Go To Vote? Some Boundary Changes May Affect You

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Here’s Who Can Vote WhereBlack Diamond RESIDENTSVote for Mayor, Council and School Trustee at this location:C. Ian McLaren School,402 – 3 Street SW.10:00 am to 8:00 pmLongview RESIDENTSVote for Mayor, Council and School Trustee at this location:Longview Community Hall10:00 am to 8:00 pmHigh River RESIDENTSVote for Mayor, Council and School Trustee at this location:Highwood Memorial […]

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