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Alberta Health Services (AHS) will be reviewing the elective surgery schedule for Monday, May 15, over this coming weekend, for potential postponement of additional surgeries scheduled to take place on Monday. The decision on any additional postponements will depend on progress made on resolving the water quality concern that is still currently impacting our ability to sterilize/reprocess medical devices at this site. To-date, 106 postponements have taken place May 9 through May 12.

Hypertension has become rampant worldwide among adults over the age of 40, yet there are simple steps that can be taken to reduce the incidence of this silent killer which is the largest epidemic known to mankind.

Thursday, 11 May 2017 16:21

Call for hosts for fifth annual Open Farm Days

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Farmers and ranchers are invited to share stories, educate and expand their markets as hosts for Alberta Open Farm Days, Aug. 19-20.

EcoBrooks is excited to announce a free “Let’s Bee Friendly Workshop” that will take place May 27 from 2-3 p.m. at the JBS Canada Centre.

Thursday, 11 May 2017 16:16

ABP and SCA call for research letters of intent

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Alberta Beef Producers (ABP) and the Saskatchewan Cattlemen’s Association (SCA) are pleased to invite applications of research and development in areas that address targeted industry priorities.

A land development scheme known as the 76 Ranch was an integral part of the early settlement history of southwest Saskatchewan, but even today not much is known about the English nobleman behind this endeavour, Sir John Lister-Kaye.

The importance of a positive environment for people to talk about their mental health was highlighted during the 13th annual Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Mayor’s Luncheon at the Living Sky Casino in Swift Current, May 2.

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