Recent News Releases

Telford Lake remains closed to the public for another week
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As a precautionary safety measure, the City of Leduc is continuing to advise residents and visitors to refrain from entering Telford Lake. Initial tests indicated that ethylene glycol was present in water near a storm sewer outfall, but the chemical was non-detectable...
Published at City of Leduc
Inclusive Education Advisory Committee Vacancy
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Inclusive Education Advisory Committee Vacancy
We need the support of parents and external partners with a strong interest in special education to help us build the inclusive education system we envision for our school district. Apply for a vacant position on the Inclusive Education Parent and Community Advisory Committee before November 29, ...
Published at Edmonton Public Schools
Turning the page on READ IN Week 2014
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Turning the page on READ IN Week 2014
This year we cracked open our favourite books to celebrate 25 years of READ IN Week.Thanks to everyone who took the time out of their hectic schedules to visit our schools and share their love of reading with students! Our schools welcomed many guests during READ IN Week 2014, including:For us, t...
Published at Edmonton Public Schools
Capital Power reports third quarter 2014 results
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Capital Power reports third quarter 2014 results
​EDMONTON, Alberta – Capital Power Corporation (Capital Power, or the Company) (TSX: CPX) today released its financial results for the third quarter and nine months ended September 30, 2014.Normalized earnings attributable to common shareholders in the third quarter of 2014, after adjusting for o...
Published at Capital Power
City releases proposed Drainage and Waste Utilities budgets
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The proposed 2015 budgets for the City of Edmonton’s two utilities - Waste Management Services and Drainage Services - have been posted online at edmonton.ca/budget2015. The Utilities’ budgets address the operational and capital costs for running the two utilities. Waste and Drainage ...
Published at City of Edmonton
CFL to honour fallen Canadian heroes
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The Canadian Football League and its teams will pay special tribute this weekend to the Canadian heroes who lost their lives this week in separate attacks on home soil.
Published at Edmonton Eskimos
Bike Route Meetings Moved to November
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Bike Route Meetings Moved to November
The 102 Avenue and 83 Avenue Bike Route public meetings have been rescheduled from October 29 and 30 to the end of November. New Meeting Dates 102 Avenue Bike Route Date: Monday, November 24, 2014 Time: 4:30 – 8:30 p.m. *presentations at 5 and 7 p.m. Location: Robertson-Wesle...
Published at City of Edmonton
A “Spook-tacular” time awaits at the Edmonton Valley Zoo
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A “Spook-tacular” time awaits at the Edmonton Valley Zoo
A "Spook-tacular" time awaits at the Edmonton Valley Zoo Don’t be afraid to Get Closer to slimy snakes, ferocious tigers or howling wolves. The Edmonton Valley Zoo’s bone-chilling, family friendly annual Halloween extravaganza is the perfect chance to check out the wonders of the anim...
Published at City of Edmonton
Canadian Finals Rodeo, Farmfair International and Rodeo Week Kickoff
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On October 23, Northlands kicked off the 41st Annual Canadian Finals Rodeo and Farmfair International as well as the inaugural Rodeo Week at Cook County Saloon with special guests Hey Romeo, Miss Rodeo Canada 2015 contestants and 2014 CFR competitors. Rodeo Week is set to bring the best of the we...
Published at Northlands
Research award could help medical researchers revolutionize heart transplants
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Research award could help medical researchers revolutionize heart transplants
UAlberta research team awarded $1M for research to save more lives by saving more hearts.
Published at University of Alberta ExpressNews
Dental students score higher than Canadian average on board exam
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Dental students score higher than Canadian average on board exam
UAlberta's DDS class of 2014 are some of the best and brightest dental students in Canada, as shown by their strong performance on the national board exam. (Edmonton) The University of Alberta’s dental students made a strong showing on the national board exam, scoring hig...
Published at University of Alberta ExpressNews
Battle of Alberta to settle quarterfinal
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Battle of Alberta to settle quarterfinal
Game time this weekend is 12:00 p.m. on Saturday at Foote Field, where the 7-1-4 Pandas boast a 4-1-1 mark this season.The lone loss came against the Dinos, a 2-0 decision that was the only meeting between the two teams this season, and it also broke a 14-game unbeaten streak by Alberta in confer...
Published at University of Alberta Athletics
Students explore online journalism in Chicago
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When Rey Rosales suggested that his online journalism class consider applying for a grant to go to the Online News Association’s Conference in Chicago this fall, fourth-year Bachelor of Communications student Jenn Metanko jumped at the chance and started organizing the trip for herself and 12 oth...
Published at Grant MacEwan University
PCL Provides Critical Funding for STARS
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PCL Provides Critical Funding for STARS
Media Relations SpecialistPCL family of companies
Published at PCL Companies
Battle of Alberta on tap for quarter-final matchup
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Battle of Alberta on tap for quarter-final matchup
In another chapter of the storied Battle of Alberta, the University of Alberta Pandas host the University of Calgary Dinos in a one-game quarter-final playoff match, the winner moving on to the Canada West Final Four, where only the conference champion and runner-up head to the CIS championship i...
Published at University of Alberta Athletics
Statement from Premier Prentice on Diwali
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“Throughout Alberta and around the world, Hindus, Jains, Sikhs and Buddhists are celebrating the holiday of Diwali, also known as the festival of lights.“Diwali is a time for gathering with family and friends and sharing good food and good fellowship. It is also a time for prayer and a renewed co...
Published at Government of Alberta
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