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Bob Scammell – Alberta Outdoors
Twenty two years ago, Dr. Darryl Smith, dentist, outdoorsman and environmental activist from Valleyview, in northern Alberta, took me on a fishing tour of his Little Smoky River; “his” because the doctor was the father of the Little Smoky becoming the first designated catch and release grayling fishery in North America.  Full Story >
Conservatives’ hopes rest on split vote - NATIONAL AFFAIRS byCHANTAL HEBERT
A year out from the 2015 federal vote, Stephen Harper’s worst-case election scenario probably looks like the Ekos poll that Radio-Canada and the website iPolitics released on Sunday.
It would see the ruling Conservatives (26 per cent) pushed back to the Reform heartland of Western Canada next year while the Liberals (38 per cent) and, to a lesser degree, the NDP (25 per cent) take the lion’s share of seats in Central and Atlantic Canada.  Full Story >
Just a few words... by Jon Nesbitt
Birthdays
Tuesday, October 28 – Penny Thompson
Friday, October 31 = Frenchie Gauthier
Janna Collins
Saturday, November 1 – Bob Tiegs
Monday, November 3 – Laura Whelan
Tuesday, November 4 – Debbie Cosford
Frank Percival

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Life as I know it! by Colleen Crawford
I watched the movie “The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel” and I felt rather deflated after the fact. I related with the most negative character in the movie.
‘Jean Ainslie’ felt completely displaced and out of her comfort zone throughout the entirety of the movie. From looking at the condo they could afford if they stayed in England, to finding themselves in a dilapidated hotel in India of all places.
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Picked up in passing by JAMIE NESBITT - Bulletin Editor
George Lane will contest
Bow Valley for Liberals  Full Story >
Sports Talk by Bruce Parker
Move over boys, you have company when it comes to appearing on Hockey Night in Canada.
 The Brooks Gold Medal Seeds Atom Prairie Thunder girls hockey team has been selected to appear on Hockey Night in Canada to introduce who will be playing on the televised games. They join the Brooks Atom Hawks who were the first local team to be given the honour.
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