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'It's time,' says first Indigenous woman in Canada to own airline
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'It's time,' says first Indigenous woman in Canada to own airline
It's not every day you become the first Indigenous woman to own an airline in Canada."Even today it's hard to imagine that I am launching an airline," said Teara Fraser, who grew up in a remote town in the Northwest Territories, and plans to fly her airline to hard-to-reach Indigenous communities...
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Rental program brings Art Gallery of Alberta into your home
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Imagine visiting an art gallery and taking home the pieces you love.You can actually do that at the Art Gallery of Alberta — for as low as $9 a month.For more than 60 years, the gallery has run an art sales and rentals program for homes and offices at an affordable cost.Art lovers can head to the...
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Coaches, players on Alberta university rugby team buckle up for Humboldt Broncos
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Coaches, players on Alberta university rugby team buckle up for Humboldt Broncos
The head coach of the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns women's rugby team says he's making it a habit to wear his seatbelt on the team's bus.Other coaches and at least half of the players on his team at the southern Alberta school are also buckling up."We haven't made it policy so we haven't f...
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Teck's $20B Frontier oilsands project heads to joint review hearing
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Teck's $20B Frontier oilsands project heads to joint review hearing
If it's true that the era of mega oilsands projects is coming to an end, one proposed project stands as an outlier.On the heels of the grand opening this month of Suncor's $17-billion Fort Hills facility, another proposed mega-mine promises to employ thousands, invest billions and challenge preva...
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Young Indigenous artists paint their stories on big paper heads
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Young Indigenous artists paint their stories on big paper heads
Matthew Cardinal's big papier mâché head represents an Indigenous warrior, with a traditional Pendleton pattern on one side of his face and red stripes on the other."Any form of artistry, I believe, should spark emotion," Cardinal told CBC in an interview this week."As long as someone feels somet...
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Alberta education minister directs school boards to review curriculum after rebuke of 'offensive' test
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Alberta Education Minister David Eggen is directing the province's teachers to re-evaluate their curriculum after a test related to Indigenous history was highly criticized last week."I've instructed all my school boards to look at what they're teaching, what they're using, and take a good hard s...
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Cheryle Chagnon-Greyeyes voted new leader of Green Party of Alberta
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Cheryle Chagnon-Greyeyes voted new leader of Green Party of Alberta
The Green Party of Alberta made history Saturday by electing the first female Indigenous leader of a party in the province.Calgary's Cheryle Chagnon-Greyeyes defeated Brian Deheer from Lac la Biche, Alta., in the contest, held during the party's annual general meeting in Red Deer. She replaces fo...
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68 collisions reported Saturday as snow persists in Edmonton
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police are urging motorists to slow down and drive appropriately for the road conditions.Scott Pattison, a police spokesperson, said 68 collisions took place across the city on Saturday between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.Four incidents resulted in injury, police said, but did not elaborate on how serious t...
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Ward breaks single-season consecutive FG mark as Redblacks top Eskimos
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Lewis Ward set a single-season mark for consecutive field goals Saturday to help the Ottawa Redblacks defeat the Edmonton Eskimos 28-15.Ward had four field goals in the first half alone to break the previous benchmark of 32 straight set by Rene Parades in the 2016 season with the Calgary Stampede...
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Grande Prairie woman seeks owner of military medals found in stolen car
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Grande Prairie woman seeks owner of military medals found in stolen car
A woman in Grande Prairie, Alta. hopes social media will help lead her to the owner of a collection of lost war medals and pins.On Sept. 13, Jacey Dickson's mother-in-law discovered her silver 2010 Dodge Journey had been stolen. When the car was found this week, the family went to a local impound...
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