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Oct 15

Stronger Protections for New Condo Buyers

By Gateway Gazette

New rules will help better protect Albertans when buying a condo. A new home is the largest purchase most Albertans will make, and today the government approved new regulations that will better protect Albertans’ investments. “Albertans deserve to be protected when making a big purchase like a home or investment property. Today, we have taken […]

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Oct 15

University of Calgary Veterinary Program Expanded

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The Alberta government is helping students study closer to home by funding more spaces in the University of Calgary’s Veterinary Medicine program.   The university will expand enrolment in the program, adding 80 additional seats by 2023, bringing its capacity to over 200 veterinary students. More students and communities across the province will benefit from […]

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Oct 15

Music Care Conference in Edmonton

By Gateway Gazette

The first Music Care Conference to be held in Edmonton is less than a month away, but there’s still time to register. Room 217 Foundation and its partners the Winspear Centre and the Institute for Continuing Care Education & Research are pleased to bring its national Music Care Conference to Edmonton’s Winspear Centre on Nov. […]

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Oct 15

These Foods Will Give You the Glow…

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Ever wondered which foods will give your skin that amazing glow, like you’ve spent a week detoxing on a tropical island? Sulfur-residue foods! But first, why am I talking about eating sulfur for glowing skin? Great question! Sulfur is not just the mush of yolk found in deviled eggs at your annual office Christmas party […]

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Oct 15

Parachute Urges Teens to #GetHomeSafe and Help Save Lives

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TORONTO – Drug-impaired driving among teens is a major concern. A ten-year trend shows one in four teens who died in a motor vehicle crash tested positive for cannabis. Parachute for National Teen Driver Safety Week (NTDSW), which takes place October 15-21, promotes positive behaviour changes to reduce injury rates among teens. Parachute National Teen Driver […]

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Oct 14

THIS is Housing First for Youth

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By Kathleen Burns Today’s topic is Housing First for Youth (spoiler alert: it’s not the same as Housing First) Innovation isn’t a word that typically comes to mind when thinking about youth homelessness solutions. We usually reserve innovation for things that change the world as we once knew it – you know, like the printing […]

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Oct 14

Protecting Minors from Skin Cancer

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To protect their health, youth under 18 will be banned from artificial tanning services starting Jan. 1, 2018. The government is acting on clear evidence linking artificial tanning with skin cancer by prohibiting artificial tanning for minors and requiring businesses to prominently display health warnings. Beginning Jan. 1, 2018, businesses providing artificial tanning services: Cannot […]

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Oct 14

From My Bookshelf: Betsy Lerner

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 By Lynn Willoughby The Bridge Ladies ~ Betsy Lerner If you are a bridge player, as I am, this title alone will appeal to you.  It is not great literature, but it does have its own uniqueness. This is a memoir of a fifty year Bridge game,  The author is brutality honest when describing herself […]

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