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Alberta woman home from trip to pay last respects to the Queen

CBC 27 Sep 2022
Minutes after learning about Queen Elizabeth II's passing earlier this month, Bernadette Christie of Grande Prairie had booked a plane ticket for her final trip to see the Queen ... .
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HIgh Plains Book Awards finalist: 'Ancestors: Indigenous Peoples of Western Canada in Historic Photographs' by ...

Billings Gazette 27 Sep 2022
The book “Ancestors” – a High Plains Book Awards finalist in the Woman Writer category – offers the reader an opportunity to engage with photographs from several tribal groups, with explanatory texts, based on an exhibit from the University of Alberta Bruce Peel Special Collections.
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High Plains Book Awards finalist: 'The Call of the Last Frontier: The True Story of ...

Billings Gazette 27 Sep 2022
The 16th annual High Plains Book Awards recognizes regional literary works which examine and reflect life on the High Plains, including the states of Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming, Nebraska, Colorado and Kansas, and the Canadian provinces of Alberta, Manitoba and Saskatchewan.
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High Plains Book Awards finalist: 'The Stone Sister' by Caroline Patterson

Billings Gazette 27 Sep 2022
The 16th annual High Plains Book Awards recognizes regional literary works which examine and reflect life on the High Plains, including the states of Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming, Nebraska, Colorado and Kansas, and the Canadian provinces of Alberta, Manitoba and Saskatchewan.
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Man sentenced to 11 years for 2015 killing of Indigenous woman in northern Alberta

Castanet 23 Sep 2022
Grant Sneesby, who is 72, was sentenced Thursday to 11 years for killing an Indigenous woman in northern Alberta and later moving her body to Manitoba ... A man was sentenced Thursday to 11 years for killing an Indigenous woman in northern Alberta and later moving her body to Manitoba.
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11 years for man who killed Indigenous woman in Alberta, moved her body to Manitoba

CTV 23 Sep 2022
A man has been sentenced to 11 years for killing an Indigenous woman in northern Alberta and later moving her body to Manitoba ... .
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#TrudeauMustGo trends on Twitter as thousands vent frustration over COVID mandates

Life Site 19 Sep 2022
“I’m an educated & independent woman running to be Premier of Alberta, but because I believe no Canadian should be discriminated against for refusing a COVID vaccine, according to @JustinTrudeau, I’m a misogynist with unacceptable views that must be dealt with.(1/2) #TrudeauMustGo,” wrote Smith.
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Alberta Premier Jason Kenney tweets about waiting in line in London to pay respects to the Queen

Canoe 17 Sep 2022
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney tweets about waiting in line in London to pay respects to the Queen Back to video ... “I’m in London (entirely at personal expense) to pay respects to Her late Majesty the Queen at the lying in state on behalf of Alberta,” tweeted Kenney ... I mean, this is a woman who gave her life in service, in part to Canada.
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Alberta’s former socialist premier falsely blamed crash of COVID jab portal system on current gov’t

Life Site 15 Sep 2022
Dang claimed he hacked the AHS’s vaccine database to test its vulnerabilities and that he found a woman’s healthcare number in the process using the birthdate of current Alberta Premier Jason Kenney and then told NDP chief of staff Jeremy Nolais as well as party communications director Benjamin Alldritt about his findings.
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NDP blamed UCP for vaccine portal crash after its MLA hacked the system

True North 14 Sep 2022
Dang has claimed he accessed the site to test vulnerabilities on the newly launched Alberta Health vaccine portal, and upon finding one — and uncovering a woman’s healthcare number in the process — he informed NDP chief of staff Jeremy Nolais and NDP director of communications Benjamin Alldritt, court documents show.
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NDP blamed UCP for vaccine portal crash after NDP MLA hacked the system

True North 14 Sep 2022
Dang has claimed he accessed the site to test vulnerabilities on the newly launched Alberta Health vaccine portal, and upon finding one — and uncovering a woman’s healthcare number in the process — he informed NDP chief of staff Jeremy Nolais and NDP director of communications Benjamin Alldritt, court documents show.
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Freeland says Albertans kind, welcoming, as RCMP investigate confrontation

Moosejaw Today 31 Aug 2022
CALGARY — Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland says she loves her home province of Alberta and the world needs to know it's a welcoming place ... The man in the video looms in front of the open elevator doors and tells Freeland to get out of Alberta, while a woman tells her, "You don't belong here.'' ... "That is the Alberta I grew up in ...
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Canada police investigate after Deputy PM Freeland accosted

Beaumont Enterprise 30 Aug 2022
A video posted on Twitter shows a large man approach Freeland, swearing at her and calling her a “traitor.″ The man in the video looms in front of open elevator doors and tells Freeland to get out of Alberta, while a woman tells her, “You don’t belong here.” ... He said that diminishes a woman's voice and her right to free expression.
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Canada’s deputy prime minister called traitor in ‘disgusting display of abuse’

The Observer 30 Aug 2022
A video posted on Twitter shows a large man approach Freeland during the session in Grande Prairie, Alberta, swearing at her and calling her a “traitor″ ... The man in the video looms in front of open elevator doors and tells Freeland to get out of Alberta, while a woman tells her.
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RCMP Investigating Alleged Harassment of Chrystia Freeland by Alberta Man

The Epoch Times 30 Aug 2022
... her to get “out of this province,” while a woman alongside him adds that Freeland doesn’t “belong” in Alberta.

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