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Cleanup underway after more than 500 barrels of oil released in northern Alberta
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Cleanup underway after more than 500 barrels of oil released in northern Alberta
Cleanup work is underway around a northern Alberta well site after an estimated 550 barrels of oil and water leaked out of a pipeline, the Alberta Energy Regulator says. The release was detected Monday at a facility owned by Calgary’s Mount Bastion Oil & Gas Corp. near Red Earth Creek, ...
Published at Capital Ideas Edmonton
HIRING IN CANMORE: RETAIL ASSOCIATE (PART-TIME)
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Retail Associate – Canmore (Part-Time) JACEK is a small Alberta-based business that is committed to spreading joy through fine, fashionable chocolate. We are a detail- oriented, joyful and creative team that wants to make a difference in the communities that we serve. We are looking to hire a Ret...
Published at JACEK Chocolate Couture
Alberta growth expected to continue next year, Conference Board of Canada says
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Alberta growth expected to continue next year, Conference Board of Canada says
Alberta’s economy could do even better than expected next year if oil prices hold on to their current strength, the Conference Board of Canada says. After two years of recession, the provincial economy is on track to rise by 6.7 per cent this year, the second-best performance in Canada afte...
Published at Capital Ideas Edmonton
Hicks' Weekly Dish: The Butternut Tree's young chef offers near-perfection By GRAHAM HICKS, FIRST PUBLISHED EDMONTON SUN, November 21, 2017
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The Butternut Tree 9707 110 Street, #101 (Ledgeview Business Centre, ground floor, complimentary indoor parking) 780-760-2271 Thebutternuttree.ca Tues. to Sun. 5 p.m. to midnight Closed Mondays Dinner for two, excluding tip and beverages: basic, $80; loaded, $125 Food:  4.75 of 5 Suns Ambience: 4...
Published at Hicks Biz
Indian restaurant to move into former Jasper Avenue Sobeys space
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Indian restaurant to move into former Jasper Avenue Sobeys space
Part of the prime Jasper Avenue building once occupied by a Sobeys grocery store finally appears to have a new tenant. A sign in the window of the site at 10404 Jasper Ave. indicates Tiffin India’s Fresh Kitchen is opening next spring, a restaurant that advertises itself as “Indian fa...
Published at Capital Ideas Edmonton
Incoming // New Releases for November 22nd, 2017
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Each and every Monday, we provide our awesome customers with a list of all the comics and graphic novels that are hitting the shelves for the coming Wednesday, with bits of commentary on some of the titles.  As always, if you see anything you like, let us know and we’ll set a copy aside for you! ...
Published at Variant Edition Comics & Culture
Alberta economy growing, but unemployment still an issue: ATB
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Alberta economy growing, but unemployment still an issue: ATB
Alberta’s economy is coming out of a two-year downturn, but the province is still challenged by high unemployment, a quarterly update by ATB Financial says. With West Texas Intermediate oil prices hovering around $55 (U.S.) a barrel, up about 30 per cent from November 2016, the report relea...
Published at Capital Ideas Edmonton
Cult of Hockey: Oilers fan fallacies at the 2017-18 quarter pole
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Cult of Hockey: Oilers fan fallacies at the 2017-18 quarter pole
At the quarter point of the 2017-18 NHL season, the Edmonton Oilers are nowhere near where most fans or professional hockey watchers thought they would be: Five points out of a wildcard spot, in the Western Conference. Wait. What’s that? You knew all along that this roster was flawed? ...
Published at Capital Ideas Edmonton
'Smallest distillery in North America' starting retail sales in Old Strathcona operation
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'Smallest distillery in North America' starting retail sales in Old Strathcona operation
Strathcona Spirits owner Adam Smith is so keen to put local ingredients in his company’s booze, he flavours the gin with wild juniper berries and sea buckthorn he picks himself. What Smith claims is North America’s smallest distillery opened last December in a 69-square-metre former r...
Published at Capital Ideas Edmonton
5 Tips for Making Your Edmonton Home More Eco-Friendly
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homeowners are always looking for ways to make their homes more eco-friendly. Going green has serious benefits. Not only could you save money on utilities, but you could also reduce your carbon footprint, waste less, and enjoy that wonderful tingling feeling when you do something good for someone...
Published at Ryan Dutka Team's Blog
Hadestown at the Citadel Theatre: All that is good and right ... with a few problems: Review by GRAHAM HICKS, Hicksbiz.com
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Hadestown Citadel Theatre Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Nov. 11 to Dec. 3, 2017 Tickets start at $30. Review by Graham Hicks, Hicksbiz.com Hadestown is a beautiful, rich mix of all that is good and right in American performance art. That said, it has its problems. No report on Hadestown can take plac...
Published at Hicks Biz
Premier Rachel Notley stands by pipelines despite TransCanada oil spill
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Premier Rachel Notley stands by pipelines despite TransCanada oil spill
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley is standing by the safety of pipelines to transport oil despite a 795,000-litre spill on the Keystone pipeline in South Dakota earlier this week. The spill on Thursday could not have come at a worst time as Nebraska is set to vote Monday on whether TransCanada C...
Published at Capital Ideas Edmonton
Yegs & Bacon // Episode 003 // Harassment In Comics, and Edmonton
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On this week’s show, we’re diving into the deep end and talking about harassment in the industry. It’s there. Don’t pretend like it isn’t. A note: we recorded this before Eddie Berganza got fired from DC. Finally.
Published at Variant Edition Comics & Culture
This Column Has Seven Days #134 // True Stories From Comfy Couches
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This Column Has Seven Days #134 // True Stories From Comfy Couches
Devin R Bruce is a friend to Variant Edition and to all good-hearted creatures who roam the Earth. In each installment of This Column Has Seven Days, Devin discusses his favourite pop culture experiences of the past week in an effort to share the joy of an overlooked gem, an old favourite that’s ...
Published at Variant Edition Comics & Culture
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