Don Iveson is still getting used the title he won in October 2013. Sometimes he forgets to respond when people call him the mayor. And definitely don’t call him “Your Worship.”
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Agri-tourism is big business these days and Lethbridge County wants to get on board the agri-tourism bus, so to speak. Agri-tourism was discussed by Lethbridge County council at its December council meeting.
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Black Diamond Town Council is reflecting on the year that was, and are also looking ahead to what 2015 will have in store for the town.
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Mayor Ivan Brooker says moving forward with the aquatic and curling/multi-sports centre was the number one tangible development for the town in 2014 but he also views it as a year of addressing the challenging issues related to the rapid growth and a chance for the new town council to develop a working relationship.
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Washington has expanded opportunities for US oil producers to export lightly processed crude, known as condensate, despite a ban that’s nearly 40 years old.
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EDMONTON – A series of explosive scandals, one cataclysmic fall from political grace, a meteoric rise to power and a mind-boggling mass defection: That was the stunning story of the year in Alberta.
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The City of Red Deer saw many successes in 2014 and the City’s mayor is looking to carry that through to the New Year.
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A new report says Edmonton and Calgary will lead the country in future job growth.
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The uncertainty created by slumping oil prices appears to have finally put a damper on Calgary’s hot resale housing market.
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The Census Bureau just released a new set of state population estimates. These estimates revealed a definite pattern: there are definitely two different regions within the United States, each with their own pattern of growth. For simplicity’s sake, I’m calling these “America1” and “America2.” Neither is meant to be pejorative, but I think these labels reflect the role these regions will take in American life going forward.
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