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First Nations say Alberta's oilsands mine security reform unlikely to fix problems

North Shore News 26 Jan 2023
"(The Athabasca Region First Nations') overall assessment is that the review was often perfunctory, especially in the initial phase, and that (Alberta Energy Regulator) and (Alberta Environment and Parks) staff were often defensive and less than forthcoming," it said.
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First Nations say Alberta's oilsands mine security reform unlikely to fix problems (Business)

Castanet 26 Jan 2023
"(The Athabasca Region First Nations') overall assessment is that the review was often perfunctory, especially in the initial phase, and that (Alberta Energy Regulator) and (Alberta Environment and Parks) staff were often defensive and less than forthcoming," it said.
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Intricate Welcomes Kirk Howell To Senior Business Development Management Role

MENA FN 26 Jan 2023
(MENAFN - GlobeNewsWire - Nasdaq) SHERWOOD PARK, Alberta, Jan. 26, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Intricate is pleased to announce that Kirk Howell has joined our business development team as its Senior ... .
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Wilson, Thomas LaMar

HJ News 24 Jan 2023
Tom is survived by his wife, Marilyn Wilson; son, Rick (Irene) Wilson of Hyde Park, UT; daughter, Gina (Bruce) Jackson of Magrath, Alberta; daughter, Tricia (Kevin) Nicol of Chilliwack, British Columbia; 19 grandchildren; 24 great-grandchildren with 2 more on their way; and ...
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Banff, Jasper, Yoho and Kootenay national parks to see infrastructure upgrades

Castanet 23 Jan 2023
Parks Canada has announced infrastructure upgrades in the four mountain national parks in Alberta and British Columbia ... Parks Canada has announced money to improve safety and experiences for visitors to four mountain national parks in Alberta and British Columbia.
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Banff, Jasper, Kootenay and Yoho national parks to see infrastructure upgrades

Moosejaw Today 23 Jan 2023
— Parks Canada has announced money to improve safety and experiences for visitors to four mountain national parks in Alberta and British Columbia ... National Park, which gets about four million visitors annually.
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Final Recovery Plan Completed for Endangered Glacier Stoneflies

Flathead Beacon 23 Jan 2023
... in cold-water streams fed by Glacier Park’s melting namesake, and the western glacier stonefly, or Zapada glacier, which occupies similar habitat extending into adjacent wilderness areas in northwest Montana, as well as southwest Alberta and Wyoming’s Grand Teton National Park.
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Hundreds enjoy cross-country skiing at Gold Bar Park

CTV 22 Jan 2023
Cross-country skiers took advantage of Saturday's warm weather to compete in the Alberta Cup at Gold Bar Park ... .
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Mattamy Homes announces Hearthstone show home grand opening in Sherwood Park, Alberta

Canada Newswire 19 Jan 2023
SHERWOOD PARK, AB, /CNW/ - Mattamy Homes, the largest privately owned homebuilder in North America, today announced the grand opening of its sales centre and six show homes at Hearthstone, a new community of townhomes, semi-detached and single-family homes in Sherwood Park, Alberta.  Continue Reading.
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Canada’s battery metals

Resource World 18 Jan 2023
Sherritt International produces Class 1 nickel in Alberta from imported joint-venture feed materials ... LiBank plans to use the knowledge and experience derived from Boardwalk to develop other projects in its portfolio including the Park Place project, also located in Alberta and the Kindersley project in Saskatchewan.
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Sudbury woman lucks out after SUV reeking of weed lands her in hot water

Canoe 18 Jan 2023
It was tough for officers carrying out a Reduce Impaired Driving Everywhere (RIDE) check in the Val Caron, Ont. area, not far from Sudbury, to sniff out that something was up with a driver whose vehicle reeked of weed. Story continues below ... Play Video ... Complaint of a parked vehicle leads to seizure of drugs and guns from passed out driver in Alberta ... .
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Alberta man parks vintage 65-seat passenger jet in his backyard

The Daily Telegraph Australia 17 Jan 2023
Alberta aviation enthusiast Jesse Millington has parked a vintage 65-seat Fokker F28-100 passenger jet in the middle of his backyard — about 50 kilometres northeast of High River ....
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Rabbit hemorrhagic disease in Canmore prompts worry for pikas, wild hares

CBC 14 Jan 2023
A strain of rabbit hemorrhagic disease (RHD) ...
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Albertans who regularly visit Moraine Lake say move to restrict vehicles was overdue

Moosejaw Today 14 Jan 2023
Some Albertans who regularly bike, climb, hike or take photographs at Moraine Lake in Banff National Park say a decision by Parks Canada to restrict personal vehicles on its access road was long overdue ... Environmental groups say it's a good start to protect the ecological integrity of the park ... There are just parking lots overflowing everywhere.".

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