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D R I N K M E
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D R I N K  M E
Photographs: digital - Michael Borchert // instax - moiwearing:toque - Present Londonsunglasses - Ray Ban (borrowed from Mike)anorak - Plenty c/o Dela Cruz PRleggings - Targetboots - HunterBeeracuda - c/o BurtonIs there anything better than a nature walk in the mountains? Leaving the Edmonto...
Published at The Pretty Secrets
April 23, 1971
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April 23, 1971
Published at Vintage Edmonton
Building a replacement school in Greater Highlands?
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TweetWhen was the last time we talked about opening a new school in the urban core, rather than closing one down? Packed into the gym of the hundred year-old Highlands Junior High School, hundreds of school and community members heard about plans to replace three already existing schools with a b...
Published at daveberta.ca
Meet the Trucks: Smokehouse BBQ
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Meet the Trucks: Smokehouse BBQ
Next up in our Meet the Trucks series: Smokehouse BBQ! 1.Why are you rockin’ a food truck? Our food truck is an extension of our restaurant and provides us an opportunity to take our food the street and explore other … Continue reading →
Published at What the Truck?!
Manitoba Education Minister takes a swipe at Alberta’s “not as successful” math curriclum
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The Great Canadian Math Debate, Pt 38: Manitoba shows Alberta and Ontario the way to recovery … More than a year ago, the Manitoba government dumped major elements of the discovery/inquiry elementary math curriculum that it had  developed and shared …
Published at The Edmonton Commons
BLOG: Prospect Marco Roy scores GWG in game three
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Oilers prospect Marco Roy scored the game-winning goal on Tuesday night against the Baie-Comeau Drakkar in the QMJHL semi-finals. Roy, 19, gave the Blainville-Boisbriand Armada a 2-1 lead at 10:48 of the opening period when he scored all alone out in front of goalie Philippe Cadorette. The Arm...
Published at Edmonton Oilers Blogs
Living Up to its Name: Hap’s Hungry House
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Living Up to its Name: Hap’s Hungry House
Last spring, while Mack and I were taking part in Thom’s bootcamp in the west end, we would drive past Hap’s Hungry House (16060 Stony Plain Road) every Sunday. The parking lot was always packed those mornings, and had us wondering what it was like inside. We finally made time last weekend to try...
Published at Only Here for the Food
Please Me
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Please Me
I've come to a point in my life where I can say I'm extremely happy. I haven't felt like this in a while - there was even a point where I felt so lonely, like I had nothing in the world. Since moving out, I was having a hard time find a job a loved, I missed my dog so much that all I wanted to ...
Published at The Cassie Paige
blog reboot
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blog reboot
Hey there!  I know it's been quite awhile since I last posted, so I've decided to share a bit about what's been going on in my life and why I stepped back from Messy Little Cook for a few months. As you may know, Trevor and I welcomed our daughter Hannah last summer.  I love her beyond ...
Published at messy little cook
(Lifestyle Post)-Easter at the Cabin.
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(Lifestyle Post)-Easter at the Cabin.
I’ve been wanting to get away to our family cabin for some time now. Easter long weekend was the perfect opportunity. Nothing better then curling up with a few notebooks, Darling magazine & my family for a relaxing weekend. There was still a lot of snow still so we had to carry all of ...
Published at kastles

Recent News Releases

PRESS RELEASE: Oilers Agree to Terms with Dillon Simpson
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PRESS RELEASE: Oilers Agree to Terms with Dillon Simpson
The Edmonton Oilers announced today they have agreed to terms with University of North Dakota defenceman Dillon Simpson on a three-year entry level contract.Simpson, 21, has played four seasons for the University of North Dakota, accumulating 75 points (16G, 59A) in 156 games.The Edmonton, Albert...
Published at Edmonton Oilers
Detectives charge man for west-end parking lot death
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Police Service Homicide Section detectives have charged a man in connection with a fatal altercation in a west-end parking lot last night.The Medical Examiner conducted the deceased's autopsy on the afternoon of Tuesday, April 22, 2014.  The death was determined to be homicide, and the cause of d...
Published at Edmonton Police Service
Another step taken to improve child intervention services
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Introduced on April 22, the Child, Youth and Family Enhancement Amendment Act, 2014, is yet another step taken in support of Human Services Minister Manmeet S. Bhullar’s five-point plan to build a system of continuous improvement in the child intervention system.An amendment to the publication ba...
Published at Government of Alberta
Photo Gallery: WR Shamawd Chambers
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A look back at the 2013 season of Esks WR Shamawd Chambers
Published at Edmonton Eskimos
UAlberta one of Canada's Greenest Employers for sixth straight year
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Putting the green in Green and Gold: the University of Alberta was recognized as one of Canada's Greenest Employers for a remarkable sixth straight year. (Photo: Richard Siemens) (Edmonton) For a remarkable sixth year in a row, the University of Alberta has been named one of ...
Published at University of Alberta ExpressNews
EPS Hate Crime Detail investigating swastika incident
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The Edmonton Police Service Hate Crime Detail is investigating an incident involving a burning swastika that occurred in the early-morning hours Monday in southwest Edmonton. Southwest Division patrol members responded to an area just south of the Anthony Henday on a hillside by the Rabbit Hill R...
Published at Edmonton Police Service
Bighorn sheep skull lives up to the name
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The ram, which died of natural causes over the winter, had horns measuring 209 1/8 inches according to a representative from Boone and Crocket – an America group that tracks records for big game. The previous record, also from in Alberta, was 208 3/8 inches. It will likely be several months befor...
Published at Government of Alberta
Alberta launches new online organ and tissue donor registry
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The registry is the first step in the government’s plan to increase organ and tissue donor rates in Alberta, which have dropped by nearly 40 per cent over the last decade.“One of the greatest gifts we can give each other is donating our organs and tissues. With more than 500 Albertans waiting for...
Published at Government of Alberta
Alberta at the forefront of responsible energy development
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Alberta’s expertise in energy-related technologies and our interests in building collaborative relationships around the world will be highlighted when Cal Dallas, Minister of International and Intergovernmental Relations, attends the Pacific Energy Forum in Seattle, Washington, April 23 - 25.“Alb...
Published at Government of Alberta
University takes lead in renewable energy generation
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The building-integrated solar array in the Medical Isotope and Cyclotron Facility was one of the first to be installed in Canada. (Edmonton) World-class sustainability researchers at the University of Alberta deserve a campus that models leading-edge sustainability practices....
Published at University of Alberta ExpressNews