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Airdrie puts on another great air show

This past weekend Airdrie was host to the second Airdrie Regional Air show and the show did not disappoint.
My name is Trevor, but you can call me Turbo

My name is Trevor, but you can call me Turbo

When my e-mail inbox refreshed itself on July 8, my publisher let me know the Snowbirds - Canada's premier aerobatic flying group - had media availability July 15 and, if I was interested, I should reply immediately. I did with no time to waste.

The future looks bright without the single desk

The Canadian Wheat Board, at the direction of its board of directors, has been spreading fear among farmers about what will happen when the single desk control over wheat and barley is gone.

Alberta Party proposes major changes to the way municipalities operate

Local governments provide the essential services we use in our daily lives and are the level of governance closest to the people.

Alberta Party proposes major changes to the way municipalities operate

Local governments provide the essential services we use in our daily lives and are the level of governance closest to the people.

So, Mr. Policeman, what's the difference between a snack and a rack of lamb?

The Alberta Government introduced its new legislation of Bill 16 and left much to the imagination in the process of doing so.

So, Mr. Policeman, what's the difference between a snack and a rack of lamb?

The Alberta Government introduced its new legislation of Bill 16 and left much to the imagination in the process of doing so.

Faith Matters: You don't run a marathon carrying a bowling ball

If you are going to finish the race of life strong, if we are going to cross the finish line, it is quite likely you will have to make some decisions about those things you think are important, but are really holding you back. Hebrews 12:1 says, “...

See ya later, Laurier. Say hello to the Hart Foundation

Canada’s government has announced it would introduce new polymer bills to replace our aging paper-based bills. Why not update the people featured on our Monopoly money and coins too? The Queen, Sirs Wilfred Laurier, John.

See ya later, Laurier. Say hello to the Hart Foundation

Canada’s government has announced it would introduce new polymer bills to replace our aging paper-based bills. Why not update the people featured on our Monopoly money and coins too? The Queen, Sirs Wilfred Laurier, John.
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