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Thursday, 25 March 2010 11:37

The first of many for Team Latvia

By Allison Werbowetsky
Swift Current
It's the first time ever a Latvian curling team of any kind — women's, men's or junior's — has qualified to compete at a world curling championship. Having only curled for eight years, skip Iveta Stasa-Sarsune is beyond excited to have the opportunity to compete at this level so soon in her career.

Wednesday, 24 March 2010 08:39

China makes second home in Canada

By Allison Werbowetsky
For Chinese skip Bingyu Wang, competing for a title at the 2010 Ford World Women’s Curling Championship in small-town Swift Current is nothing out of the ordinary.


Contributed
Southern Alberta
Albertans are being asked for their input on the recommendations from an advisory council for the southern Alberta regional plan, under the Land-use Framework.

By Susan Quinlan
Alberta
Although even a decade ago, Albertans may have shuddered to think of their health care information hanging out in electronic cyberspace waiting to be hijacked, electronic health care records have become the norm.

By Susan Quinlan
Alberta
Although even a decade ago, Albertans may have shuddered to think of their health care information hanging out in electronic cyberspace waiting to be hijacked, electronic health care records have become the norm.

Milk River


Effective Thursday, May 19, Dr. Elisabeth Lewke-Bogle will assume Dr. Husameddin Alshgagi’s medical practice in Milk River.

Submitted by Alberta Health Services
Alberta
A new online health tool connecting Albertans to health-care information and services, other health tools and wellness management tips has been launched.

Submitted by Alberta Health Services
Raymond
A new $400,000 emergency generator will provide back-up power at the Raymond Health Centre in the unlikely event the regular power supply is disrupted by weather or other factors. The generator will supply emergency power to the facility so patient care can be maintained during a power outage.

By Susan Quinlan
Pincher Creek
An appeal from Beaver mines area resident and outfitter, Mike Judd, was recently denied by the Alberta Court of Appeals, requesting an ERCB decision allowing Shell Canada to drill a sour gas well in the Castle region be repealed.

By Susan Quinlan
Southern Alberta
Past history did not repeat itself this past May long weekend, as Tourism, Parks and Recreation have reported no major incidents of misbehaviour in the Rockies or Porcupine Hills.

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