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Rahma Dalmar

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Recent Work by Rahma

Alberta toddler’s memory kept alive through new foundation

Alberta toddler’s memory kept alive through new foundation

Ezra Marfo’s legacy will continue through a new foundation that raises awareness about the lack of stem cell donors from visible minorities in the Canadian Blood Services registry.
Lettuce shortage affects grocers, restaurants, but provides opportunity for locally-grown product

Lettuce shortage affects grocers, restaurants, but provides opportunity for locally-grown product

A national lettuce shortage is causing some to rethink what they eat, but a demand for the leafy green vegetable is proving to be a benefit for Cold Lake Fresh Farms Inc. hydroponic grow-op. 
From Europe to Alberta: Ukrainian couple's journey of hope

From Europe to Alberta: Ukrainian couple's journey of hope

Young Ukrainian couple's first month after immigrating to Lac La Biche County has allowed them to experience the “Canadian dream.”
Alberta boxer making professional career debut in Toronto

Alberta boxer making professional career debut in Toronto

Light-heavyweight Muhammed “Hummy” Moghrabi will square off in the ring as a pro later this month after years of fighting as an amateur in Alberta.
Vancouver-based filmmaker connects with Hylo roots through new short film

Vancouver-based filmmaker connects with Hylo roots through new short film

A deep love for motorcycles over the years became a gateway for Lori Lozinski to process the grief of losing her parents.
RESIDE program recruits just one doctor to Northern Alberta region

RESIDE program recruits just one doctor to Northern Alberta region

A $6 million provincial program aiming to recruit doctors to 15 rural communities across Alberta, including Lac La Biche and the City of Cold Lake, has come up short.
Northern Alberta town to be featured on hit CBC show

Northern Alberta town to be featured on hit CBC show

Lac La Biche is going to prove to the rest of Canada that it's Still Standing.
Province looking to improve rest stops along Alberta highways

Province looking to improve rest stops along Alberta highways

Proposed rest stops may include not only space for motorists to stretch their legs, but also fill up on gas, eat and recuperate safely during trips.
Funding to expand virtual mental health services addressing needs for rural Albertans

Funding to expand virtual mental health services addressing needs for rural Albertans

The province has introduced a $6.75-million program to expand virtual opportunities for those in need of mental health support.
Funds going to family with young child fighting for his life

Funds going to family with young child fighting for his life

Employees of a Northern Alberta County and community fundraised over $26,000 in financial support for toddler with rare form of cancer awaiting stem cell match
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