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May 21

How to Get Rid of Garden Pests Without Chemicals

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By Greener Ideal Staff Home gardening accounts for an astonishing 75% of all pesticides used in North America, making it several million pounds used per year. Most of these are used to control insects on fruits and vegetables. From the garden, most of these chemicals find their way into streams and rivers as runoff, and from […]

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May 21

Adventure at Historic Sites, Museums and Archives

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Join hundreds of thousands of visitors this summer exploring 20 provincially-owned historic sites, museums and archives for an affordable Alberta adventure. Experience everything about Alberta’s history from close-up encounters with dinosaurs and vintage vehicles to learning about ancient bison-hunting culture and tasting delicious Ukrainian cuisine. As Canadians across the country celebrate the 150th birthday of […]

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May 21

Busy Times for the Beef Club

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By Club Reporter Jessie Blatz On April the 9th our club got together for a fitting and showmanship clinic at the Millarville Racetrack. We were lucky enough to have Peter Watkins teach us about clipping our show animal’s hair to make them look their absolute best. He also went over the proper way to show our […]

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May 20

Calgary ReggaeFest Announces 2017 Artist Lineup

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“Reggae became like a dirty word.” – Leo Cripps, interview with MetroNews, 2015 Calgary, Alberta – Between the canceled shows and half-promises, Calgary’s reggae scene was dying. The community, while tight-knit, stood shaken, unsure of it’s future. Everything was all but ready to give one last breath, if not for a lingering heartbeat shared by […]

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May 20

From My Bookshelf: Shari Lapena

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By Lynn Willoughby The Couple Next Door – Shari Lapena Every once in while I need a light book – some fluff or a thriller. This one is definitely a thriller. Marc and Anne are at their next door neighbours having dinner. Their sitter cancelled at the last moment and Marco convinces Anne to leave […]

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