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Tuesday, 07 November 2017 06:18

Over 430 gather for Advancing Women Conference

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More than 430 women in the Canadian agriculture industry are gathering in Niagara Falls for a one-of-a-kind experience of professional networking and personal inspiration.

Your driver’s licence is suspended  -- or maybe your licence plates are expired -- but you still think you can keep driving as long as you’re careful and don’t do anything to attract police attention?
 

This November, Lethbridge is once again joining the international movement of giving rather than taking for Help-Portrait Day.

Pincher Creek’s saving grace is back again this November to help raise funds for the victims of the summer’s blazing wildfires.

At one point in the presentation they formed a line at the podium, each taking a moment to describe the mental health issues they’ve been diagnosed with: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder; Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder; drug and alcohol addiction; schizophrenia; anxiety; depression; bipolar disorder; and more.

Thursday, 02 November 2017 16:50

Sugar beet crop started slow, finishing strong

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The sweetest crop in Southern Alberta is finally in harvest as the cool October weather sets in.

It’s official, Canadians can now drive all year round right to the Arctic Ocean via the new Inuvik-Tuk (http://ith.dot.gov.nt.ca/) set to open Wednesday, November 15th.

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