Drug Gang Member Arrested

  On December 22nd ,2010 Peace Regional RCMP executed a warrant on a residence in the Terrace  Trailer Park located in Peace River, Alberta. The suspect, Nathan GLADUE was unlawfully at large and had numerous arrest warrants from multiple jurisdictions outstanding. The warrants stemmed from charges of drug trafficking under the controlled drug and substances act to flight […]

Happy (No, Really) New Year!

Ten Simple Secrets for Making 2011 Your Happiest Year Yet Are you really, truly happy? If we’re honest, most of us would respond with a reluctant no. Here’s how you can have a different answer next year. By Todd Patkin Happy New Year! Every January 1, in a blur of champagne and party chatter, we […]

Suspicious Death

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SUSPICIOUS DEATH UPDATE # 1 Sherwood Park, Alberta – The investigation into the suspicious death on a rural property east of Sherwood Park is continuing.  The investigation is being conducted by the Strathcona County RCMP General Investigation Section,  RCMP Major Crimes Edmonton, RCMP Forensic Identification Specialists and the Alberta Medical Examiner’s Office. The autopsy on the […]

farm animal welfare would affect their vote

  CNW/ – According to a recent Harris/Decima poll commissioned by the VHS, and funded by the Vancouver Foundation, 71% of Canadians said they are concerned about the humane treatment of farm animals and two-thirds (65%) said a political candidate’s stance on farm animal welfare practices would factor into their voting decision.   The poll […]


SERVICES AND INVESTMENTS ISSUES TOP TEN NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTIONS FOR FINANCIAL CONSUMERS Tips for being safe financial consumers will help promote a prosperous and secure 2011   CNW/ – Canada’s Ombudsman for Banking Services and Investments (OBSI) today released its Top Ten Resolutions for 2011, highlighting the ways in which Canadians can help avoid future […]

Congratulations on the end of the Quebec Sovereignty Movement

By Shawn Buckley Dear Editor   I wanted to congratulate Quebec on the end of the Quebec Sovereignty Movement.  I would have thought that the Province and Separatist Groups would have announced the end of the Sovereignty Movement to the rest of Canada, but perhaps a big ceremony is being planned and the formal announcement […]

CTF releases federal and provincial tax changes for New Year

Payroll tax increases bite wallets across the country Ontario, BC and Nova Scotia hit hardest All income levels in all provinces paying more, with low and middle income families seeing steepest increase        The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) today released its annual New Year tax change calculations which provide projected personal income and payroll […]

Opinion Survey

 Corporate America Gets ‘C’ Grade from Public in 2010 6 in 10 say Corporate America Didn’t Meet Expectations in 2010 7 in 10 have Higher Expectations for 2011 Americans Say Corporate America Recovered From Recession Significantly Better Than Their Own Families   NEW YORK, Dec. 28, 2010 /PRNewswire/ — Looking back on 2010, most Americans […]

Venezuelan President Chavez’ Teflon popularity fraying at the edges By Daniel Duquenal Columnist Troy Media   CARACAS, Venezuela, Dec. 19, 2010/ Troy Media/ – Venezuelan heads are spinning in disbelief at President Hugo Chavez’ latest antics.   Since the last parliamentary elections, held on September 26, Chavez and the current, lame-duck National Assembly have cancelled […]

RCMP Canmore

Weekly News December 21st to December 28th , 2010   On December 21st, 2010, Canmore RCMP was dispatched to a broken down vehicle on the highway.  On arrival, police discovered that one of the occupant was highly intoxicated.  Check on the occupant revealed that she was bound by a Probation Order with conditions to abstain […]

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The Hospital Board is taking donations through paypal to help raise funds for a portable ultrasound machine. The new machine, the Sonosite M-Turbo, is a high performance mobile ultrasound machine that doctors hope to use as a diagnostic tool in the hospital to speed up diagnosis times in patients, allowing doctors to make accurate, informed decisions about patient care in shorter time periods. The mobile ultrasound unit can be applied in areas of care such as Anesthesia, Critical Care, Cardiology, Emergency Medicine, Women’s Health, Cardiovascular Disease Management, Surgeries and more. With support from the community, this incredibly valuable tool can be added to the list of ways that St. Joseph’s General Hospital works to bring the community better health.


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