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Begin With Your Mouth! Robert Kurio DDS www. Red Deer, AB Limited supply of pedometers will be given out. The Central Alberta Rowing Club made a pitch to Lacombe County council recently to use an unused road right-of-way at Lacombe Lake to launch its boats.
A boat shelter, portable toilet and floating dock were put in place by the club. The club has now outgrown that site with more than two dozen boats potentially hitting the water compared to three when the club first moved to its spot on the northeast corner of the lake between Blackfalds and Lacombe. Besides being used as a base for learn-to-row classes, local schools have also sent student groups to the lake to try out rowing.
Club president Andrew Nokes said the club is looking for a long-term site on the lake and believes the road allowance would be a good fit. Little work would need to be done to gain access to the lake other than creating a short gravel incline from the road allowance to the nearby county road. Other sites were considered, but are unsuitable because of marshes, steep banks, and lack of access and space for boat storage. The club was once located on Sylvan Lake but the water there is often too rough and the number of power boats has multiplied.
Unfortunately, county regulations do not allow road allowances to be used the way the boat club wants.
They are not to be developed and left for walking, horseback or ATV use. Several councillors questioned whether some sort of short-term lease could be worked out with the club as a compromise. Brenda Knight urged caution with bending the rules for one lake user. There are a number of undeveloped road allowances on Buffalo Lake that people might want to use in a similar fashion.
The rowers were told to look into using some provincial land next to the road allowance for its boat storage. If the province was open to allowing its land to be used, the county would look again at allowing the road allowance as an access point. The community has been talking about replacing its cramped facility for about 20 years. Rather than pour fundraising into maintaining a facility well past its prime, the community wants to replace the hall with room to seatdouble the capacity of the existing building.
A site is available on the north side of Clive and some fundraising has already been done.
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Oatway said they are asking for so Man pleads guilty to stealing car LOCAL A man accused of stealing a car from a closed garage has pleaded guilty to other charges laid against him when he was arrested. Aaron James Campbell, was arrested on Jan. On Friday, in Red Deer provincial court Campbell pleaded guilty to two counts of assault and breach of probation.
Accused in drugs, weapon bust looking for new lawyer A Penhold man accused in a drug and weapons bust by Innisfail RCMP no longer has a lawyer after his appointed counsel asked to be removed.
Collard said Ray was not keeping in contact with him and did not feel he could properly represent Ray on the matter. Justice Kirk Sisson granted the request and charged Ray with obtaining new counsel. Ray is charged with drug, firearms and stolen property offences stemming from an Aug. Police said they found cocaine, crystal meth, GHB, morphine, prescription pills, firearms, cash and stolen property.
According to a land title search, Ray is the owner of the property. Derek Bergdal, 30, of Penhold is also charged in connection to the bust. Warrants issued for two men Red Deer RCMP are asking for the public to be on the lookout for two men wanted on warrants for various alleged offences. Daniel Richard John Marten is wanted on Alberta-wide warrants for assault and breach of probation Fax E-mail editorial reddeeradvocate. Federal and provincial grants are usually designed as matching contributions, which means funding commitments from others need to be lined up before applying.
The new facility would become a much-needed space for weddings, funerals and other gatherings. It is expected a bigger facility will mean a lot more bookings.
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County council referred the request to staff to come back with a report and recommendation. He may also go by the names Christopher Robinson or Chris Martens.
Alberta-wide warrants have also been issued for Brayan Cuervo, who is wanted on 20 charges including flight from police, breach of probation and failing to comply with a court order. Cuervo is described as Colombian, five-foot-seven 1.
Marten is described as Aboriginal, six-foot-two 1. Police advise citizens not to approach either man. Instead, contact RCMP at Trial set in drug, gun case A two-day trial has been set for a man accused of numerous drug and gun offences, stemming from a massive search of a rural property near Markerville.
They said they found cocaine, steroids, crystal meth, GHB, long guns, handguns and an explosive device. Michael Alois Schaab, 43, of Markerville faces 26 charges including possession of a controlled substance for the purpose of trafficking and 15 different firearms charges. Shields, who lives about three blocks west of the intersection, said the whistles are not only an unnecessary nuisance, they are a health issue, interrupting sleep and causing stress.
He went to council last week looking for support to get CPR to stop whistling ahead of the crossing. Council was told at the time that to apply for train whistle cessation, the city would be responsible for a safety assessment, apply for additional liability coverage and pay for improvements, such as additional fencing.
No other industry could get away with that kind of racket so close to homes, he said. Mayor Steve Christie said council reviewed the issue last July and decided then not to put any money into whistle cessation studies. Council may revisit the issue again, but there are no immediate plans to do anything. That work was mostly funded — 84 per cent — by the province. Silencing the whistles would have to be a joint effort between the city, the rail company and the federal Transportation Department, he said.
Rail companies are reluctant to enter into cessation agreements with communities because whistles are seen as an important safety measure. Blackfalds and Ponoka have tried, and failed, to have whistles silenced.
Now suppose one party wins How would seats be allocated, based on those fractional percentages? Lague method, the Webster method, the Schepers method or the modified St. There are pros and cons to each, fully understood possibly only by mathematicians. That mind-numbing complexity may well account for why Canadians in the three provinces that have held referendums on electoral reform — British Columbia, Ontario and Prince Edward Island — have opted for the devil they know.
An all-party committee will soon tackle the thorny issue of electoral reform. Critics argue that PR is more likely to produce unstable minority or coalition governments. Advocates maintain it encourages parties to be more collegial and less adversarial, while making every vote count. They can involve an element of ranked balloting.
In the two-round or run-off system, a second round of voting is conducted if no candiMMP was proposed in date receives more than Ontario and P. It is the preferred opIt is the most costly of tion of the federal NDP. Each riding advocated in Canada. If no candi- west door as they enter centre block and head bers chosen from province-wide party lists, apdate wins 50 per cent of the vote, the last-place to Question Period in the House of Commons on portioned according to candidate is dropped Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Monday.
For a country-wide second choices of his or Residential School students and their families. This continues until mended adoption of the one candidate emerges MMP system used in Scotland, where voters cast a with more than 50 per cent. Ranked balloting would encourage parties to be ballot for one candidate in a single-member conless adversarial as they court second choice support.
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President Barack Obama helped convince him to stay. The diplomats said Harper believed the organization was no longer relevant because Europe was mainly peaceful, a view that was widely shared at the time. The outbreak of hostilities between Russia and Ukraine would later change that. Their account flies in the face of a heated denial issued by former foreign affairs minister John Baird in April during testimony before the House of Commons foreign affairs committee.
The biggest save was on a Luke Philp breakaway. With the Wheat Kings leadingPhilp had the puck alone at the Wheaties blueline but was stopped cold by Papirny.
Paul George scored 21 points to lead the Pacers to a victory over the reeling Raptors on Friday, that evened their best-of-seven opening-round series at three wins apiece. Jonas Valanciunas had 14 points and nine rebounds. Lowry had 10 assists but just 10 points on 4-for shooting.
DeRozan had eight points on a 3-for shooting night. Game 7 goes Sunday in Toronto. The Raptors roared out to an early point lead, but by the end of a horrible third quarter, it had turned into an eight-point deficit, and they trailed going into the fourth. Then things got ugly in a hurry. The Pacers reeled off a lightning-quick run to take a point lead just over two minutes into the fourth quarter that had the hundreds of Raptors fans in attendance sitting in stunned si- lence.
Then it got worse. The Pacers continued to pour in one shot after another, to the delight of Pacers fans, and the Raptors seemed helpless to stop them.
When George scored on a long jumper with 3: Can the Raptors win a playoff series? The answer will come Sunday.
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The Raptors have just one series win in their year history, in versus the New York Knicks. Coulter understood he would have some big holes to fill after last season and made sure he worked on those prior to even taking the ice. Cassidy Anderson will be back for a fourth-year on the blueline with Breanne Neudorf and Teagan Borbandy second-year players. Swier tied for the league-lead in scoring with 25 points and lead the league with 12 goals.
Louis Blues on Friday night. Like Antoine Roussel did on his second-period goal on which Faksa had an assist, Faksa started the rush that led to his winner. Blues defenceman Kevin Shattenkirk tied it at 1 with 8: After Faksa pushed the puck up the ice, Ales Hemsky had the initial shot stopped but not secured by Brian Elliott. Faksa was there to score his second goal of the playoffs. Kari Lehtonen stopped 31 shots, withstanding a final surge when the Blues pulled Elliott out of the net and had an extra skater the final 1: Elliott, who has played all eight playoffs games for the Blues, had 40 saves.
Both goals came in the first period. That game will kick off the Memoral Cup. Brandon starts their series against Seattle on May 6 at home. Roussel was there to knock in the rebound. Roussel scored from behind the net in Game 2 of the first-round series against Minnesota.
The strange goal was initially waived off before being overturned following a lengthy review. Stars right wing Patrick Eaves was down between the circles and had a struggle getting off the ice after getting hit by a shot taken by teammate Stephen Johns early in the third period.
Once to the bench, Eaves hobbled to the locker room. Louis opened a playoff series on the road for the first time since Trail Times The fight against cancer is reaching new heights with the fourth-annual Slopes for Hope challenge. In the meantime, residents are encouraged to sign up individually or as a team and start raising funds for the skiathlon that has participants attempting to ski or board the vertical height of Mount Everest, 29, feet, in one day. Alpine skiers can achieve this, for instance, with about 21 runs on Red Mountain or 13 runs on Motherlode.
About half of all cancers can be prevented, according to the Canadian Cancer Society, by maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Local participants can register online at slopesforhope.
The family-friendly event from 9 a. The dash is comprised of a 3 km walk or 5 and 10 km run and also includes a meter dash for the little ones.
Just like relay, the event will celebrate cancer survivors and remember those loved ones lost. Individuals and teams will start at Gyro and loop through Sunningdale before returning to the park for some entertainment. To sign up for the dash, visit cancer. On Saturday at Cranbrook RCMP received a frantic report of a stolen vehicle with a four-month old infant inside.
The complainant left the vehicle running with both passenger and her daughter inside as she briefly attended a Cranbrook residence. Upon discovering the vehicle and occupants gone she immediately called Shortly after, Cranbrook RCMP received a report of an impaired driver with fresh vehicle damage at the Tamarack mall parking lot, which turned out to be the same stolen vehicle.
RCMP members were quick to respond and returned the unharmed infant immediately to her mother.