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Family searches for stolen ring of daughter killed in 2013 freak accident: Almost a year after their daughter passed away in a tragic Jeep show accident, an Edmonton family is asking for help to retrieve mementoes of the young woman that were stolen from their home. A thief broke into the childhood home of Melinda Green in the area of 150th Avenue and 122nd Street on Ap...
Family searches for stolen ring of daughter killed in 2013 Jeep show: Almost a year after their daughter passed away in a tragic Jeep show accident, an Edmonton family is asking for help to retrieve mementoes of the young woman that were stolen from their home. A thief broke into the childhood home of Melinda Green in the area of 150th Avenue and 122nd Street on Ap...
People affected by dementia get online help: People with dementia as well as their caregivers can now find information and support by meeting in a new online gathering place. “It’s more than a website,” said Bill Gaudette, chief executive of the Alzheimer Society of Alberta and Northwest Territories.
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Does Education Minister Jeff Johnson know what his revolutionary education consultants and top bureaucrats are planning for Alberta schools?: The Great Alberta Curriculum Debate, Pt 21: Johnson denies Alberta moving towards a system were students are “self directed.” But deputy minister Bass has pronounced our schools will have a “vision of embracing student autonomy as sacrosanct.” Just what is the Alberta government up to with its re...
Fix Alberta’s math curriculum or step aside, math basics advocates tell Education Minister Jeff Johnson: But Johnson insists math curriculum already covers the basics If Education Minister Jeff Johnson doesn’t fix Alberta’s math curriculum, it’s time for him to resign, say advocates for a return to the teaching of math basics. In the Legislature, Johnson continues to insist that the current curricul...
Stephen Mandel will not be running to lead Progressive Conservatives — and why that’s a very good idea: Mandel: “ I do not believe now is the time to start another political journey.” This just in from Stephen Mandel’s former chief of staff Patricia Misutka, a statement from Mandel that he will not be running to lead the Progressive Conservatives. “Over the last several weeks I have spoken with pe...
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Learning how to set limits the hard way| By Emerson Csorba: Over the last four months, since becoming a full-blown entrepreneur, I can probably count on two hands the number of times I’ve had more than seven hours of
The active and admirable life: What is your ask? | By Emerson Csorba: About one year ago, while sitting down with a friend over coffee at Credo, I learned about the term “impostor syndrome,” which takes place when individuals wonder “Why
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Why does the University of Alberta want to be part of the Galleria project?: “The University has long desired to establish a significant campus in downtown Edmonton.” That’s the first thing the Edmonton Downtown Academic and Cultural Centre (Galleria) business case from April 2013 identifies under opportunities and benefits for the University of Alberta. It sounds plausib...
Digital Canada 150: The plan for Canada’s digital future: Have you heard about Digital Canada 150? I bookmarked the plan on April 4 because it caught my eye when Industry Minister James Moore announced it. “Digital Canada 150 encompasses 39 new initiatives that build on our government’s successful measures for a more connected Canada. It is based on 25...
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A disappointing day for Alberta: Everything that is wrong about Alberta Politics was on display today as the Premier fought off more internal party fighting and her Deputy Premier Dave Hancock, was left to be a spokesperson for. In many ways I admire how hard-working and loyal Minister Hancock is to his party, constituency and l...
The Tale of Two Leaders: Today served me a reminder of what leadership should look like. I have an ideal for leaders. It revolves around three key standards I personally wish to be judged on, and frankly for which I hope our Edmonton Mayor Don Iveson and our Premier Allison Redford to subscribe to. Leaders should be: Hum...

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