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News January 31, 2018

Is The Oil Patch Struggling Due To Carbon Tax Or Something Else? The oil patch is losing millions of dollars a day and struggling to compete with it’s us competitors but is it because of the carbon tax or is there some other Factor that is greatly damaging our natural Read more…

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News for January 31, 2018

Some Inmates At Edmonton Remand Are Locked In Cells For 23 and A Half Hours Per Day Some inmates are locked up for more than 20 hours per day at Edmonton Remand Centre, this is according to a provincial government investigation. One inmate claims the people get frustrated and bored Read more…

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News for January 30, 2018

Edmonton City Parking Ban Over The city’s parking ban ended last night at midnight as all efforts now will be focused in residential areas. Any residents who are located on collector roads and bus routes will now be allowed to park curbside again. If you live in residential areas watch Read more…

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News for January 29, 2018

City Trains And Equips Peace Officers To Handle Drug Overdoses The city is going to start issuing naloxone to all of its peace officers and Municipal enforcement officers to combat drug overdoses. Edmonton is facing an increase in drug overdoses caused by opioids, so they are issuing naloxone a nasal Read more…

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News January 28, 2018

New Condo Project Approved In Spruce Grove A new condominium project that will have 81 units in 3 different phases is now approved for the residence of Deer Park Estates in Spruce Grove. The bylaw holding up the amendment has been present over the last two councils but Council passed Read more…

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