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CFIB commends government on 15 per cent cut in employment insurance rates for small business

CFIB commends government on 15 per cent cut in employment insurance rates for small business

TORONTO, Sept. 11, 2014 /CNW/ – Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) president Dan Kelly joined Finance Minister Joe Oliver…

Ben Gadd, the Rockies Expert, Comes to the Library

Ben Gadd knows the Canadian Rocky Mountains well. He is the author of ten books on the area. His best-selling…

Canada and France Encourage Global Action on Dementia

Leading researchers and industry experts discuss how to accelerate the development of new treatments and technologies to improve the lives…

Youth ‘TIFFed’ About Smoking in Movies

Canadian Cancer Society youth advocates want all future youth-rated movies to be smoke-free TORONTO /CNW/ – In 2013, 86% of…

Well-Balanced Health Care Delivery

AHS clinic offers one-stop care for dizziness Story and Photo by Greg Harris Nova Lee Turner knows all too well…

Okotoks Skateboard Park Construction

Following the Okotoks Skateboard redevelopment consultation process, New Line Skateparks began construction on the changes to the skateboard park in…

Community Renewal Poll Underway

HIGH RIVER, AB. The Town of High River is undertaking a community renewal poll and residents are asked to participate.…

Strategies for using ETFs

By Kim Inglis Independent research and consultancy firm ETFGI reports there are 5,410 exchange-traded products (ETPs) globally, with 10,477 listings…

AHS Weekly Wellness Hints: Keeping Lunch Safe!

It’s that time of year again, time to dust off the lunch boxes and get the kids back to school.…

High River’s Renew Committee and NGOs Ready to Assist

High River’s Renew Committee and its four Non-governmental Organizations (NGOs) – Samaritan’s Purse, Mennonite Disaster Service, Habitat for Humanity and…

War Amps Key Tags Help Amputees “Then And Now”

The War Amps began its 2014 key tag mailing to Canadian residents in January with the theme “Then and Now.”…

School is back and so are children crossing the street

Alberta drivers need to take extra care and attention because school has started and children will once again be active…

Alberta Crop Conditions at End of August 2014

The warm, dry weather during the (month) continued to rapidly enhance crop development toward maturity. Outside of spotty showers, the…

Autumn Horseback Adventures

Cowboy Logic: “Living life to the fullest means doing just that… and appreciating every moment with your horse! Summer has…

Letter to the Editor: Young Amputee Thanks Supporters

Dear Editor, I lost both of my legs below the knee due to meningitis and was enrolled at the age…