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A look back... by JAMIE NESBITT - Bulletin Editor
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Bob Scammell – Alberta Outdoors
It doesn’t matter that, in the midst of a soft winter, with sunlight and its warmth increasing, this always seems to be cabin- fever, shack - nasty season for Alberta outdoors people where the bad news just keeps piling on.
Within a week we’ve got the first mad cow disease - infected bovine and the first Chronic Wasting Diseased ranched elk in Alberta in many years. Informed critics are concerned that there seems to be a provincial agenda to keep the elk case secret. That possibility, plus the fact that the bovine mad cow is being blamed on infected feed worries me because, in a long interview recently, Darrel Rowledge of Calgary, an exhaustively informed activist against game ranching, told me that scientists have now found the prions that cause CWD in wild, live browse.   Full Story >
Just a few words... by Jon Nesbitt
Thursday, February 26 – Lukas Lyster
Fred Bonnell
Tammy Pastachak
Friday, February 27 – Penny Sinclair
Sunday, March 1 – Paul Tessier  Full Story >
Life as I know it! by Colleen Crawford
The Train Wreck Theory (as I know it)  Full Story >
NDP has more to gain by refuting Bill C-51 - NATIONAL AFFAIRS by TIM HARPER
The internal debate over the NDP’s stance on the Conservative anti-terrorism legislation was settled some time before Thomas Mulcair made his decision to oppose Bill C-51 public on Wednesday.
That the die was cast was obvious as of the moment NDP elder statesmen Ed Broadbent and Roy Romanow co-signed an open letter in the Globe and Mail last week calling for the bill to be defeated or withdrawn.
Mulcair, Broadbent and Romanow have locked horns in the past - notably at the time of Jack Layton’s succession - but in this instance any light between their positions would have split the party wide open.  Full Story >
Sports Talk by Bruce Parker
It is not a done deal yet but it is beginning to look like the Bandits will play in the opening round of the Alberta Junior Hockey League playoffs.
 This may not seem like a big thing but for the Bandits playing in the opening round is something the team has been accustomed to not doing.
 Unfortunately for the boys from Brooks, a loss to the Camrose Kodiaks Saturday all but dashed the chances of the Bandits from placing first. The team sits nine points back of the Kodiaks with both teams having eight games remaining.  Full Story >
Weapons charges laid 

Bulldogs fall behind in playoff series 

County mini bus fee increase to $10 OK’d 

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