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A look back... by JAMIE NESBITT - Bulletin Editor
Getting camp coal supply
could be risky business
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Bob Scammell – Alberta Outdoors
The many readers of Audubon Magazine will be unhappy to learn that the long – time Incite column of Ted Williams is no more. The magazine decided to concentrate almost entirely on birds, and while Williams is interested in birds, he is equally interested in all the creatures of our ecosystem and writing about what we are doing to them.
Without question, Williams is the toughest, most incisive and fearless environmental writer in North America. That he hasn’t been sued into silence is testimony to his research and his facts. His columns appear in many publications, one of my favorites being his Conservation column in Fly Rod & Reel Magazine, a natural fit for a dedicated fly fisherman, as evidenced by his book, “”Something Fishy.”   Full Story >
Just a few words... by Jon Nesbitt
Thursday, November 26 – Christine Barr
Marina Petker
Saturday, November 28 – Art Levins
Anna Bergman
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Life as I know it! by Colleen Crawford
That Which Makes a House a Home  Full Story >
Resettlement plan personal for MP - NATIONAL AFFAIRS by TIM HARPER
For rookie Liberal MP Arif Virani, his government’s ambitious plan to resettle 25,000 Syrian refugees - and the backlash it has engendered in the wake of the Paris massacre - is personal.
The new MP for Parkdale-High Park can thank Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s father, Pierre Trudeau, for his life in this country, an experience that began at a Montreal YMCA as his family arrived in a strange, frigid land with only two suitcases.   Full Story >
Sports Talk by Bruce Parker
Volleyball fans will be in their glory this weekend with two tournaments to take in.
 The Bassano Broncos senior girls have enjoyed a solid season to date and hope to continue their winning ways at their home tournament that gets underway Friday at 2 p.m.
 Coach Shawna Singular’s Broncos will take to the floor at 2 p.m. against Standard. They also have games scheduled for 5 p.m. against J.T. Foster and 8 p.m. against Oyen.
 You can bet these young ladies would love to have a full gymnasium cheering them on so come out and join in the fun.  Full Story >
No funding in county budget for Ashton’s Place 

Library slated to be seniors facility 

Crusaders advance to provincial final 

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