In the second of a two-part story, provincial Alberta Progressive Conservative leadership hopeful and former long-time Stephen Harper cabinet minister Jason Kenney explains why rural southern Alberta is important to him.
Garrett a.k.a. ‘Rusty’ and Kristy Thienes have done their best to make sure Harvest Eatery in Shaunavon is one of those places which needs to be experienced.
Increased success always brings new challenges and for Jim Groom, co-ordinator for the criminal justice program at the Medicine Hat College, one of them is finding enough room for all the students.
Remember when you were in school (post-secondary or otherwise) and there were those classmates who never shut up and just wanted to talk to draw attention to themselves? Welcome to the United States election.
Millions of Canadians have seen her on Global National reporting on a variety of national issues, however many in Swift Current and southwest Saskatchewan remember Vassy Kapelos as the upbeat reporter and videographer for Southwest TV News in Swift Current from October 2007 to September 2008.
From the TransCanada Highway turning right at Eagle Butte Crossing’s corner and a block down from the busy gas station, a building with a bright green roof is quite visible. The only thing more visible are the silver trucks with yellow and black bumble-bee-like striping parked amidst the parking lot full of vehicles.
Often flying overseas means enjoyment, but for Colton Eremenko who grew up on a farm south of Acadia Valley, a Sept. 14-16 visit to Norway was far more fulfilling than just a vacation.
It’s not even October yet and the Swift Current civic elections have proven to be interesting on so many levels.
When Medicine Hat College business administration student Beth Lewis saw the opportunity posted for a business student to take part in a pilot project to help develop a “community-based marketing strategy” during this past summer, she jumped at the opportunity.
Provincial Progressive Conservative hopeful Jason Kenney says it was an easy decision to want to get involved with the leadership race created by the void left by the resignation of Jim Prentice after the 2015 election.