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As Christmas approaches and the wintery season of giving settles in with the snow, Runners Soul is embracing the festive spirit with their 10th annual Claus Cause Run.

Friday, 17 November 2017 07:16

U of L students, faculty band to help Puerto Rico

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After a devastating hurricane ravaged through the Caribbean island of Puerto Rico in September and left the nation overcome with disaster, the small community of Lethbridge banded together to help raise donations for the island struggling through a humanitarian crisis.

As the winter sets in and the rolling hills that is the Rocky Mountains become snow covered scenery, the Galt museum is hosting an innovative art project for the community to come out and enjoy.

Putting Beavers to work for watershed resiliency and restoration symposium is being hosted by the Miistakis Institute and the Alberta Riparian Habitat Management Society (Cows and Fish), comes as the result of a lengthy study that looked at how landowners and beavers can co-exist in such a way to improve the storage of water, particularly during times of flood and drought.

Thursday, 16 November 2017 11:49

Vauxhall duo tap into emerging hops market

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Expecting their first year of growing hops to be met with limited success, Vauxhall-area business partners Spencer Peterson and Ryan Adams have quickly learned of the high demand for their product.

The Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan has written the federal and provincial Ag Ministers to request that they work together on an AgriRecovery program similar to the 2017 Canada-British Columbia Wildfires Initiative.

Blue-collar workers in rural Alberta have a tougher time getting back on their feet from injuries than their urban counterparts, University of Alberta researchers have found.

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