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Bob Scammell – Alberta Outdoors
It has been written of our neighbours to the south, Montanans, that they will obey any law or policy with which they personally agree.
Albertans are different: they will quietly obey any policy or law with which they personally disagree, provided you let them say so before you ignore them and cram it down their throats. That is why we elect bad governments, over and over; just so long as they do not increase taxes or otherwise affect our creature comforts.  Full Story >
Just a few words... by Jon Nesbitt
Wednesday, October 22 – Steve Kowell
Stacey Caithcart
Jon Nesbitt
Friday, October 24 – Dean Southern
Tuesday, October 28 – Penny Thompson  Full Story >
Life as I know it! by Colleen Crawford
I am (finally) feeling open to accept the gifts of the Universe. I have been aching for this - the return of finding a (re)connection to the world outside of my head and finding the way to connect the dots with all I see, hear and feel.
Inspiration is around us each and every day.  Full Story >
Picked up in passing by JAMIE NESBITT - Bulletin Editor
C. H. Marshall is new mayor;
won election by 19 votes
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Sports Talk by Bruce Parker
 Sometimes it is easy to take an opponent for granted when you have large player numbers while your opponent does not.
 I have to admit this happened to me on the weekend when the Claresholm Raiders showed up for their Southern Alberta Minor Football Association game against the TCB Roadrunners.
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Tories, NDP hit their targets - NATIONAL AFFAIRS byCHANTAL HEBERT
From promises of affordable child care, to the prospect of petro-dollars paving a Quebec road, to Alberta-style prosperity, and of more infrastructure spending, the federal party leaders were hard at work campaigning on Tuesday.
All that was missing was an actual general election call.
With the next federal vote still theoretically 12 months away, this is really the opening week of what stands to become a year-long dry run.
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Coats for Kids warms up  

City revises logo clothing policy adding COB onto apparel 

Canadian Tire Tigers cruise to novice wins  

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