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Aug 19

Top 5 Tips for Photographing Solar Eclipse

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By EarthSky Voices Are you hoping to get some great pics of the August 21 total solar eclipse? Here are 5 tips from NASA to help you out. Via Mara Johnson-Groh, NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center The total solar eclipse crossing America on August 21, 2017 will be the first eclipse to march from sea to shining […]

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Aug 19

From My Bookshelf – Martha Halle Kelly

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By Lynn Willoughby Lilac Girls – Martha Halle Kelly This debut novel shows us the pre-WWII life of Caroline, a New York socialite who volunteers at the French Consulate. In contrast, a young woman working for the Polish Underground Resistance Movement is trying to survive Hitler’s invasion of her homeland. Kasia knows people disappear every […]

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Aug 19

Changes Coming to Impaired Driving Laws

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The Government of Alberta will look at implementing changes to impaired driving legislation to save lives and reduce injuries. Recently, the Alberta Court of Appeal ruled that part of Alberta’s current impaired driving sanctions are unconstitutional. Specifically, the ruling stated that suspending licences until a matter is resolved in court infringes on an individual’s Charter rights. The […]

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Aug 19

Same Taste, New Place in 2018

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The Federal Building plaza is set to host the Taste of Edmonton festival next July. The Alberta government and festival producer Events Edmonton have come together to ensure food and beverage lovers can get their fill at what has become a summer tradition. “We’re pleased to offer the Federal Building plaza as the location for […]

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Aug 19

Thank You Jays Care for our “Field of Dreams”

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Shirley Puttock, Executive Director of the Boys & Girls Club of the Foothills, was blown out of the park with a cheque from the Jays Care Foundation, the charitable arm of the Toronto Blue Jays. $150,000 was received as part of the Jays Care $1 million for infrastructure investments through their “Field Of Dreams” grants […]

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Aug 18

FOIP Documents Show the Fix was in on Labour Review: UCP

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EDMONTON, AB: New freedom of information documents show the fix was in on the NDP government’s sweeping labour code and employment standards changes, with Premier Rachel Notley issuing a list of “must do’s” months prior to consultations taking place, the United Conservative Party caucus said. The documents, released by Keep Alberta Working, an independent business coalition, show a […]

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