Submitted by Palliser Regional Schools
A variety of agencies offering support and services for children with disabilities will participate in a first-ever resource fair, offering presentations by experts and a chance to speak one-on-one with agency representatives.

Submitted by Palliser Regional Schools
Students at Carmangay Outreach School were planning a $10,000 shopping spree at Lowe’s Home Improvement Warehouse in Calgary this month as the school launches a Pre-Trades Program.


Prairie Post
Every spring from coast-to-coast-to coast more than 250,000 elementary and middle school students from over 1,500 schools participate in Canada’s Heritage Fairs program.

Wednesday, 25 April 2012 16:16

Border highlights for the month of March

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Submitted by Canada Border Services Agency
Southern Alberta
Here is what happened at southern Alberta’s two busiest border crossings last month:

Motorists are advised that Highway 4 traffic will be detoured south of Lethbridge to accommodate rail crossing repairs.

Submitted by Loreena Russomanno
Crowsnest Pass
“Passquatch” has quickly become famous.
The quest for him is in full swing with registered searchers from Alberta, British Columbia and Montana all hot on his trail, determined to win one of the rewards for finding the mountain Sasquatch.

Motorists can expect minor delays and single-lane alternating traffic on four Pincher Creek-area and Crowsnest Pass highways to accommodate paving and side slope repairs.

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