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Bob Scammell – Alberta Outdoors
On Sept. 19th a class - action law suit against the government of Newfoundland – Labrador on behalf of people injured in moose - vehicle collisions was dismissed by Justice Robert Stack of the Supreme Court of Newfoundland - Labrador.
Almost a month later, the Alberta and federal governments announced that there will absolutely be no massive round - up or cull of the burgeoning Canadian Forces Base, Suffield elk herd that is causing serious problems in the area, including collisions with vehicles. There are other cross - country similarities and lessons to be learned here, which we’ll get to later.   Full Story >
Just a few words... by Jon Nesbitt
Birthdays
Friday, November 14 – Madison Cochran
Saturday, November 15 – Marj Keinick
Sunday, November 16 – Holly Finn
Pat Wenner
Mitchell Iwaasa
Anniversaries
Reid and Marilyn Johnson – November 16, 1974
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Life as I know it! by Colleen Crawford
Becoming the Person Others Believe We Already Are  Full Story >
Parliament Hill allegations could be just the beginning - NATIONAL AFFAIRS byCHANTAL HEBERT
In the chain of facts that led Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau to take the extraordinary step of suspending two male MPs over allegations of serious personal misconduct in their dealings with two female colleagues, many links are missing.
But what can be inferred from the statements of their own party is that the alleged NDP victims did not decline to go public for fear that they would not be believed.  Full Story >
Picked up in passing by JAMIE NESBITT - Bulletin Editor
Teachers want representation  Full Story >
Sports Talk by Bruce Parker
I have been to some cold football games over the years but believe last Saturday’s contest rates as one of the coldest conditions I have faced.
 I was lucky enough to move around while fans on the other side of the field did not have that luxury and deserve praise for coming out to support the Brooks Roadrunners and Sherwood Park Wolverines.
 It was just unfortunate that the score was not closer between the two top Tier 1 bantam teams in the province.
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