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Speaker Spotlight: Fr. Stephen Wojcichowsky

Another day, another SPEAKER SPOTLIGHT! Today? Our fearless Keynote Speaker, Fr. Stephen Wojcichowsky (I’m still having trouble spelling his last name).

When asked to give us a brief bio, Fr. 414 more words

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Some Close-ups of Babies at he Pond

First are the grown-up babies. I will let the pictures speak for themselves. Click to see enlargements.

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Voting changes means no more five-minute Tories in Alberta Progressive Conservative race

People hoping to plunk down their $5 and vote, as has been in the case in previous Progressive Conservative leadership races, will be disappointed in September. 213 more words

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Edmonton's rental market and low vacancy rate tough for pet owners

With one of the lowest vacancy rates in the province, finding a place to rent in Edmonton has become increasingly more challenging — especially if you’re a pet owner. 505 more words

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Edmonton police use bicycles to patrol but do other cities?

Using bicycles as a way to patrol city streets is not unique to Edmonton’s police force.

Police detachments across the country have officers night and day, summer and winter riding on two wheels as a way to protect and serve. 167 more words

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Pairing bikes with other modes of transport at Edmonton Police

Editor’s Note: This is day three of our series on Edmonton Police and their use of bicycles in the city.

Patrolling city streets has become much more than just officers in vehicles. 261 more words

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