ERCB responds to Natural Resources Defense Council

Calgary.. The Energy Resources Conservation Board (ERCB) acknowledges that its news release issued earlier today regarding a Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) pipeline safety report was based on an earlier version of the report. However, in reviewing the final version, the ERCB determined that all of the key data and allegations that the ERCB expressed […]

CTF to Launch National Debt Clock Tour at Mile 0 of Trans Canada Highway

TORONTO:  The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) will unveil a reconstructed National Debt Clock and announce details of a cross-Canada tour and campaign in support of balanced budgets at a Victoria news conference on February 22nd: 10:00 a.m. Tuesday, February 22, 2011 Salon A Harbour Towers Hotel and Suites 345 Quebec Street Victoria, British Columbia The […]

Leduc RCMP Media Summary

Calmar, AB Calmar Women Facing over 50 Criminal Charges On January 26th, 2011 at approximately  9:00 p.m., an off duty member with the Leduc RCMP recognized a women in the parking lot of Money Mart who had outstanding warrant for failing to appear in Leduc Provincial Court earlier in the same day. The Leduc RCMP […]

RCMP Stettler – Summary

STETTLER, ALBERTA             February 15, 2011 SUMMARY – RECENT ITEMS OF INTEREST CHARGED On Feb 9th police arrested a 44 yr old Stettler resident, Darren William Parker, in relation to a harassment investigation. He was charged with 39 counts under Sec 127(1) CC, Disobeying an Order of The Court and 39 counts under Sec 145(3) CC, […]

Tar Sands: First Nations Reject Enbridge Pipeline Equity Offer – “Your Money is No Good To Us.”

Nations reject company’s latest tar sands pipeline financial package, citing the risk of oil spills, and taking company to task for lack of respect for their rights Prince George/Lheidli (BC) – Last night at a public meeting in Prince George, the five First Nations of the Yinka Dene Alliance told Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipelines President […]

Statement by the Prime Minister Of Canada at the unveiling of the portrait of Arthur Meighen

Prime Minister Stephen Harper made the following remarks on the unveiling of the portrait of Arthur Meighen: “The portraits all around us form a mosaic of Canadian history. “Each day, as we pass through the corridors of the Centre Block, these portraits of former prime ministers inspire our respect and remind us of the rich […]

Traceability programs help support Alberta’s agriculture industry: New programs will provide benefit to cervid and sheep producers

Edmonton… The Alberta government is introducing two new traceability programs for the province’s sheep and cervid (elk, deer, etc.) industries. The cervid identification and registration program supports the cervid industry’s efforts to comply with Livestock Industry Diversification Act (LIDA) requirements and strengthens Alberta’s cervid information system. &nbspAn electronic identification incentive program will encourage sheep producers […]

Premier Stelmach comments on the upcoming Royal visit to Alberta

Edmonton … Premier Ed Stelmach issued the following statement in response to the announcement that His Royal Highness Prince William of Wales and Miss Catherine Middleton will visit Alberta this summer. “Albertans are looking forward to welcoming the Royal Couple to our province in July, as part of their official visit to Canada”, said Premier […]

Bitumen refinery agreement promotes value-added development: Heartland project supports carbon capture for enhanced conventional oil recovery

Edmonton… The Alberta government has successfully negotiated contracts for two projects that will advance upgrading and refining of bitumen in Alberta, increase supplies of diesel fuel and enhance Alberta’s position as a secure supplier of clean energy. The first project with the North West Upgrading / Canadian Natural Resources Limited (CNRL) Partnership will lead to […]

Canmore Weekly Media Release

On February 8th, 2011 at around 01:00a.m Canmore RCMP members were dispatched to a vehicle collision involving an elk on Bow Valley Trail.  On arrival, police noted that the driver displayed strong signs of impairment.  The driver was arrested and charged for impaired operation of a motor vehicle.  The driver is to appear in Canmore […]

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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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