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Breakenridge: Efforts to kill controversial impaired driving law hit the ditch

That the expected 2015 provincial election will be considered “early” is an indication that 2012 wasn’t all that long ago. But for all intents and purposes, it seems like a lifetime ago. 654 more words

Alberta

Three bus loads of Connect Charter School musicians play at The Jube

Three bus loads of musicians from the Connect Charter School took to the big stage at The Jube (Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium) today. Forming two bands, the Grade 6 and 7 students played in the Calgary Performing Arts Festival (formerly the Kiwanis Festival) in front of eminent Adjudicators Sir William Hughes and Mr Bill Wahl. 110 more words

Photography

Where are Calgary's locals?

Wherever I roam, I ask the locals what they get up to for fun. It is the best way to find hidden gems and beautiful, empty spots. 715 more words

Travel

Campbell delivers pre-budget speech in Calgary

Finance Minister Robin Campbell brought his belt-tightening message to a northwest Calgary audience Monday, signalling his upcoming budget will usher in unpopular measures that previous governments have avoided. 679 more words

Politics

Imperial Oil always looking to improve technology

By Andrew Mendler

With the expansion Nabiye project almost complete, Imperial Oil’s Cold Lake operations is set to reach a combined production level of approximately 193,000 barrels of oil per day. 105 more words

General News

Braid: Prentice agenda looks familiar because everybody's tried it

Cut spending, hike taxes, find a climate-change policy, reform health care, control public-sector pay— Premier Jim Prentice’s core agenda sure sounds familiar.

That’s because so much of it was ex-Premier Alison Redford’s agenda, and Ed Stelmach’s before her. 647 more words

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