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How to vote for Alberta’s 14th Premier PDF Print E-mail
Written by MATTHEW O’CONNOR   
Thursday, 29 September 2011 09:58

On Oct. 1, the Progressive Conservative Party (PC) of Alberta will have a new leader, which means Alberta will have a new premier. 

The dash to the finish consists of three runners: Gary Mar, Alison Redford and Doug Horner.  

Community police stations in trouble PDF Print E-mail
Written by Bryan Weismiller   
Tuesday, 27 September 2011 15:16

Volunteer-staffed stations could be axed in Calgary Police Service budget chop

Brae Centre Community Station's 21st anniversary may be its last.  

The community-based police station could be closing its doors due to budget constraints. The decision comes only a year after last September’s platinum celebration.  

Prostate cancer testing world record attempt a success PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 22 September 2011 10:14

PSA testing to be added to Guinness Book of World Records

Frantically trying to accommodate the hundreds of men waiting in line for a Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) test, yellow-shirted volunteers at the Prostate Cancer Centre tried their best to get everything organized.  

Recreation facilities planned for Calgary to be built using a public-private partnership PDF Print E-mail
Written by Shannon Galley   
Thursday, 22 September 2011 09:50

Four new recreational facilities planned for Calgary could be built and maintained using a P3 model, based on a public-private partnership. This is a partnership between the city, community and a private partner to build and run the facilities.

A community engagement session was held Sept. 15 to showcase the project and to receive community input. Three of the recreational facilities could be located in the southeast and one in the northwest.

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