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A condo dweller’s plan to combat crime: meet your neighbours: A spike in property damage and break-ins at a condo building bordering Oliver and Westmount got one resident thinking about what he and his neighbours could do to deal with the crime themselves. Barry McLeod realized the first step is for neighbours to recognize one another and  learn each other’...
New ward boundaries? South side wards are bursting at the seams: Have you looked recently at how those massive census numbers play out at the ward level? The difference is pretty big and Executive Committee will be asked to take a look at it Tuesday. So much growth is happening south of the Anthony Henday, Councillors Amarjeet Sohi and Bryan Anderson now have ...
New Education Minister Gordon Dirks a strong advocate for parental choice in schooling: Gordon Dirks is an interesting choice as Minister of Education. He has a long record in the field of education as a teacher, principal, head of a private Christian college, advocate for parental choice and chair of the Calgary School Board in the 2000s. Dirks has been a steady advocate for Christ...
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Selling like hotcakes: IHOP expands to take advantage of Albertans’ love of breakfast: The fact that breakfast is now one of the most important meals of the day for the restaurant industry underpins DineEquity’s ambitious growth plans in Alberta. The Glendale, Calif.-based company plans to expand its IHOP — International House of Pancakes — brand with new restaurants in Edmonton, C...
‘Robot suit’ allows paraplegic father to walk again: Denny Ross is walking. It has been four years since Ross broke his back at the T2-3 vertebrae in a motor vehicle collision while driving from Edmonton to a work camp in Conklin. The accident left the 35-year-old welder and father paralyzed, with no feeling below his nipples.
Selling like hotcakes: IHOP expands to take advantage of Albertans’ love of breakfast: The fact that breakfast is now one of the most important meals of the day for the restaurant industry underpins DineEquity’s ambitious growth plans in Alberta. The Glendale, Calif.-based company plans to expand its IHOP — International House of Pancakes — brand with new restaurants in Edmonton, C...
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Peace, Order and Good Government: FIRST HALF The phrase ‘peace, order and good government’, a technical component of the Constitution Act, has meaning beyond my understanding; stuff of parliament, provincial vs. federal powers, taxation, etc. The cultural principles of POGG however make sense to me. I firmly identify with it as a...
It’s show me time in the Alberta Politics: Trying to find an opinion about the Alberta PC Party and its recent leadership race is easy. Finding one that is new, or would make a difference after being said, is nearly impossible. For this alone, the person who invented the word ‘clusterfuck’ might deserve a Pulitzer. But in my stupidity, I ...
Why I am Supporting Randy Boissonnault for Edmonton Centre: For many years, I chose not to concern myself with what the rest of Canada thought about Edmonton. In my heart I knew the special nature of this community and in many ways me, my company and my family have all benefited because of it. But in the last few years, especially as a business owner who ...
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Media Monday Edmonton: Update #126: Here’s my latest update on local media stuff: The latest radio ratings are out, and once again Now! 102.3 FM is on top, in every demographic. In fact, they’ve increased their lead over second place 630 CHED. 91.7 FM The Bounce was the biggest loser in this book, while Capital FM improved the mo...
Edmonton Notes for 9/14/2014: Once again I have been curating articles, blog posts, and news releases on my ShareEdmonton page. You can sign up for the weekly newsletter with a free account here. Here are my weekly Edmonton notes: Headlines What a week for provincial politics, especially from an Edmonton perspective. Former ...
Edmonton in a New Light: Tonight local business leaders gathered in the EPCOR Tower to celebrate a changing city. Construction is happening all over downtown Edmonton, our population is rapidly increasing, and our economic growth is the envy of most other jurisdictions around North America. It’s time to shed our humble p...
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Fighting for the Right Reasons | By Graeme Archibald: When I was in my second year at the University of Alberta, taking an International Relations course for the first time, I wrote a term paper on the state of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization in the wake of 9/11. At the time, much of the literature I consulted spoke of the alliance as being b...
Let your eyes and mind Wander… | By Antony Ta:   You’ll notice that photography doesn’t have its own section at the Wanderer, even though photo is one of the main pillars of our visuals interface, along with illustration, video and other multimedia. Photography doesn’t really need a section of its own, because our visuals already draw life f...

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