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Impaired driving kills more than 90 Albertans each year

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Impaired driving kills more than 90 Albertans each year

The Alberta government’s August traffic safety campaign focusses on educating the public about impaired driving.   337 more words

Schools set to open for thousands of Alberta students

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Schools set to open for thousands of Alberta students

As many as 7,700 Alberta students will start class this fall in one of 12 new schools completed through a public-private partnership (P3). 337 more words

911 call centres get boost in funding from cellphone levy

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911 call centres get boost in funding from cellphone levy

Funding from a 44 cent monthly levy ensures Albertans will continue to get the help they need in emergencies. 229 more words

The right ‘Choices’ for chronic conditions; AHS program gives Albertans tools to improve their health

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The right ‘Choices’ for chronic conditions

AHS program gives Albertans tools to improve their health

Story by Tara Grindle

Paul Hemingson calls himself a “grumpy old man,” although his witty sense of humour suggests otherwise. 467 more words

Discover fresh, wholesome and local food during Open Farm Days in August

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Discover fresh, wholesome and local food during Open Farm Days in August

Discover Alberta’s culinary treasures during the second annual Alberta Open Farm Days, August 23 and 24. 439 more words

New report details Alberta’s high-demand occupations

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New report details Alberta’s high-demand occupations

Chefs, civil engineers, heavy-duty equipment mechanics and crane operators are among top occupations to consider in Alberta over the next three years. 265 more words

More than 80,000 Albertans take new screening test

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More than 80,000 Albertans take new screening test

Colorectal screening numbers exceed initial targets

Story by James Stevenson; Photo by Paul Rotzinger

More than 80,000 Albertans completed the new, easy-to-use colorectal cancer screening test since it became available last November, and it could soon have a major impact on one of the most common and deadliest cancers in the province. 583 more words