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Joe Oliver says Canada is still best G-7 performer

OTTAWA — Finance Minister Joe Oliver says Canada’s economy will still outpace overall growth in Group of Seven countries this year, despite the plunge in oil prices that is expected to drag Alberta into the red. 277 more words

Economy

22 new wildfires in last 24 hours

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Wildfire update #2

Current facts on the wildfires in Northern Alberta.

Fire update: Thursday, May 28 at 2pm

  • In the last 24 hours there have been 22 new wildfires.
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Leading-edge diabetes treatment program hits milestone

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Leading-edge diabetes treatment program hits milestone

EDMONTON – The local global leading islet cell transplant team recently performed its 500th islet cell transplant, which helps people with Type 1 diabetes control their blood glucose levels without daily insulin injections. 731 more words

The Marni Panas Origin Story

By Leah Cavanagh

As I’ve met more and more people within the social justice community, I’ve learned that when asked why they do what they do, most people respond with some version of “I’ve always been this way.” I’ve also learned that that is rarely true. 490 more words

Edmonton

ATB Financial prepares Alberta-focused crowdfunding platform

With more companies turning to an online tool for capital, ATB Financial plans to launch its own crowdfunding portal for Alberta entrepreneurs next month.

“Anyone in the world can boost a business on Alberta BoostR but only Alberta entrepreneurs and small businesses can actually launch a campaign,” said Neetu Sidhu, manager of ATB’s Alberta BoostR. 405 more words

Business

Writing Assignment 3

Symbolic Interactionism and Trickle Creek, Alberta

reality is seen as social, developed interaction with others

Background Information:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Symbolic_interactionism

http://albertaventure.com/2015/05/trickle-creek-wiebo-ludwig/

Your Assignment

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Premier Notley, Cabinet to restore education funding for 2015-16, support enrolment growth

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Helping secure a bright future for Alberta’s children

The Premier and her Cabinet are restoring education funding for the 2015-16 school year —and are also funding enrolment growth — to provide needed resources to support student learning. 207 more words