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ON THE MARK: RUSH SOCK BLACKWOLVES 18-9
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“We played with a lot more edge and we really took it too them in all areas of the floor,” said Rush GM & head coach Derek Keenan. “The game could have gone either way. They're a scary team. I think they have a ton of speed and skill on offense and size. Aaron Bold made great saves and allowe...
Published at Edmonton Rush
Top line keeps rolling for ice Pandas
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Top line keeps rolling for ice Pandas
Deanna Morin EDMONTON – For the second-straight game, the top line of Alison Campbell, Deanna Morin, and Jessica Kampjes were crucial for victory, the No.4 University of Alberta Pandas beating the Saskatchewan Huskies by a 4-1 score, Friday night at Clare Drake Arena.The ...
Published at University of Alberta Athletics
Quick goals end Bears regular season with win
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Quick goals end Bears regular season with win
T.J. Foster Scoring two goals in less than two minutes in the first period in a 4-2 win Friday night in Saskatoon's Rutherford Rink, the No. 1 ranked University of Alberta Golden Bears completed a sweep of the University of Saskatchewan Huskies. With the win, Alberta clos...
Published at University of Alberta Athletics
Bears push win streak to four over Brandon
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Bears push win streak to four over Brandon
Joel Friesen EDMONTON - The University of Alberta Golden Bears basketball team kept the momentum rolling Friday night at the Saville Community Sports Centre, defeating the Brandon University Bobcats 89-54. The Bears used big second and fourth quarters to take the win, mov...
Published at University of Alberta Athletics
Pandas hoops come up with big win over Bobcats
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Pandas hoops come up with big win over Bobcats
The Pandas were led offensively by senior forward Saskia Van Ginhoven, who had 16 points on 8-of-9 shooting from the field, along with five rebounds. Fourth-year guard Megan Wickstrom and senior forward Kendra Asleson added 11 points each off the bench, while fourth-year guard Jessilyn Fairbanks ...
Published at University of Alberta Athletics
Bobcats shock volley Bears
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Bobcats shock volley Bears
Golden Bears volleyball BRANDON – The No.4 Brandon Bobcats came out swinging Friday night against the No.2 Alberta Golden Bears and didn’t look back, taking the match in straight sets (25-23, 26-24, 25-18) Friday night.Both teams came out strong early, matching point for ...
Published at University of Alberta Athletics
Volley Pandas upset by Bobcats in five
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Volley Pandas upset by Bobcats in five
Mariah Walsh BRANDON – The No.8 Brandon Bobcats went to five sets for the tenth time this season, and picked up a huge win in the process over the No.2 Alberta Pandas (25-18, 22-25, 25-23, 21-25, 15-13) on Friday night.The Bobcats took control of the first set, earning as...
Published at University of Alberta Athletics
New judge appointed to Edmonton Provincial Court
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Zalmanowitz attended law school at the University of Alberta and the University of Toronto, graduating in 1978. Prior to his appointment, he served as a partner at Witten LLP, focusing on commercial law with an emphasis on franchise law.“Mr. Zalmanowitz has demonstrated a passion for the well-bei...
Published at Government of Alberta
Public information and warning
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Public information and warning
In the interest of public safety, the Edmonton Police Service is issuing a warning about Robert Edward Ventress, who is being released from the Calgary Correctional Centre on Saturday, Jan. 31, 2015, after serving an 18-month sentence for breaching an 810.1 CC recognizance order fear of sexual of...
Published at Edmonton Police Service
Oilers move ECHL affiliate to Norfolk
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Oilers move ECHL affiliate to Norfolk
| | | The Edmonton Oilers Hockey Club announced today they have agreed to move their ECHL affiliate from Bakersfield, California to Norfolk, Virginia.Oilers President of Hockey Operations Kevin Lowe says, "We are very excited to open a new chapter with our ECHL team moving to Norfolk, a city wi...
Published at Edmonton Oilers
Flashback Friday: Week 3 vs Ottawa
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Re-live the Eskimos 27-11 victory in the inaugural meeting with the REDBLACKS.
Published at Edmonton Eskimos
New Commissioner welcomed, Inner City PACT at January Commission meeting
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Join us this Thursday as the Edmonton Police Commission welcomes its newest member, Ms. Karen MacKenzie, who brings a wealth of experience relating to Aboriginal, homelessness, and women’s issues.Representatives from the Edmonton Police Service will discuss the Inner City Police and Crisis Team.E...
Published at Edmonton Police Commission
Resilience helps refugees thrive in unfamiliar cultures
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Resilience helps refugees thrive in unfamiliar cultures
Sophie Yohani, a professor in the U of A's Department of Educational Psychology, is currently at the Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences in Tanzania pursuing research on gender-based violence and refugee mental health in the region. (Edmonton) People who ar...
Published at University of Alberta ExpressNews
February Events at the Shaw Conference Centre
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Edmonton’s Shaw Conference Centre hosts half a million guests at over 700 events annually, including: Feb 3  Edmonton Catholic School District – Faith Development Day Edmonton Catholic Schools welcome Fr. Raymond Carey​, as our guest speaker. We also welcome Bishop Gre...
Published at Shaw Conference Centre
Edmontonians make a cross-country connection
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Edmontonians make a cross-country connection
Share your views on cross-country skiing in Edmonton. Take a few minutes to complete the City of Edmonton’s ski survey. It includes questions about changes made by the City and the Edmonton Nordic Ski Club in 2014, as well as possible improvements for future ski seasons. In late 2014, the C...
Published at City of Edmonton
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