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Schulich Leaders share passion for discovery, dedication to community
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Schulich Leaders share passion for discovery, dedication to community
(Edmonton) A contagious passion for discovery has landed Jamie Dublanko and Kyle McKee at the steps of the University of Alberta as Schulich Leaders.The annual Schulich Leader Scholarships program recognizes Canadian high-school students who demonstrate excellence in academics and community leade...
Published at University of Alberta ExpressNews
City maintains strong credit rating
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For the fourth consecutive year, international credit rating agency Standard & Poor’s has awarded the City of Edmonton a score of AA+. This rating is the second-highest possible, and reflects the City’s strong economic fundamentals. “We are pleased to see Edmonton’s di...
Published at City of Edmonton
PCL Construction Breaks Ground on Denver International Airport Fire Station
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Denver, CO (September 1, 2015) – PCL Construction Services, Inc. in Denver, has broken ground for the newest fire station at the Denver International Airport (DIA)–Fire Station 35. The station will be the airport’s first fire station open to the public ...
Published at PCL Companies
ETS introduces Late Night Owl Service
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Starting Sunday, September 6, 2015, Edmonton Transit System will begin offering bus service until 3 a.m. on five routes. The Late Night Owl Service extends hours of operation on four existing ETS routes as well as one new route. “Based on customer demand and in partnership with Responsible ...
Published at City of Edmonton
Spinal manipulation works for back pain—but only for some
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Spinal manipulation works for back pain—but only for some
Spinal manipulation involves applying force to move joints as a way of treating pain. A new study shows that the technique works for some patients with low-back pain but not for others. (Edmonton) Depending on whom you ask or what scientific paper you read last, spinal manipulation i...
Published at University of Alberta ExpressNews
First quarter report released
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The first quarter results show an increase of $456 million for disaster assistance, including agricultural drought relief and wildfire fighting costs, over and above the $301 million allocated in the March 26 budget.“The first quarter update highlights the difficult choices we have ahead as we bu...
Published at Government of Alberta
Tail as old as time
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Tail as old as time
New research suggests that tails of some ankylosaurs evolved from flexible to stiff to support mace-like tail clubs. By on August 31, 2015
Published at University of Alberta ExpressNews
Drivers urged to watch out for children in school zones
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As students get ready to go back to school, Edmonton traffic safety experts and school officials are reminding drivers to take extra care in school zones. Most schools start back September 8, and children as young as four years old will be counting on drivers to mind their speed and drive with ca...
Published at City of Edmonton
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Published at Edmonton Eskimos
Homicide detectives investigating suspicious death on 95 Street
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The Edmonton Police Service is investigating the suspicious death of a male in Northwest Edmonton.Police received a call at approximately 3:30 a.m. this morning, claiming a male was lying on 95 Street between 117 and 118 avenues. Upon arrival, officers found a deceased male, believed to be in his...
Published at Edmonton Police Service
PCL Construction Sweeps ENR Mountain States Best Project Awards
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Denver, CO (August 31, 2015) – PCL Construction is pleased to announce that five projects have been recognized by Engineering News-Record (ENR) Mountain States in their Best Projects program. “It’s a huge honor for five of PCL’s projects to be recognized on ENR’s Best...
Published at PCL Companies
Griffins rookies take flight in pre-season campaign
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The MacEwan University Griffins women’s soccer program completed a successful exhibition weekend in Prince George, BC. The 2-0 Griffins saw their recruits shine as they celebrated a 3-1 victory over the Thompson Rivers University (TRU) Wolf Pack on Saturday, and a 3-0 shut-out of the host Univers...
Published at Grant MacEwan University
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