May 24, 2012

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St. Albert Woman Honoured In Edmonton

The City of Edmonton Advisory Board on Services for Persons with Disabilities 2012 Mayor’s Awards were held yesterday. St. Albert resident Velvet Martin, who advocated for 'Samantha’s Law' was honoured for Outstanding Service.

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His Worship, Mayor Stephen Mandel with Supporters and ABSPD Co-Chairs: Nancy Cumming and Louise Taylor and, Ewen Nelson Self Advocacy Recipient, Kenneth P. Thomas

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Velvet Martin, Samantha’s Law, Protecting Canadian Children, GRH

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Zachary Weeks, Canadian Paraplegic Society Community Development/Communication Coordinator with Velvet Martin.

The Photography Of Paul Dicaire

This place no longer exists as such, after construction on Campbell Road:
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Old barn just off the St. Albert Trail near 156th Street:
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Links To Other Stories In The News:

Outhouse bear attack: Grabbed from 'throne' - CBC

Hurricane Bud forms near Mexico - CNN

Charles, Camilla wrap up Canadian tour in Regina - CTV

Toddler dies after being struck by SUV - Edmonton Journal

Firebug sought in highway 63 fires - Edmonton Sun
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The Things That People Send Us

Those LEGO folks sure can be inventive. An iPhone charging dock . . .

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That's One

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Into Bed




Mountain Collapsing

This must have been scary for the residents of that building.


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Playing Tonight At LB's Pub

Songwriters Showcase with Jim and Penny at 9:00

Then an Open Stage hosted by "Shaved Posse" - Rocko Vaugeois, Charlie DeShane and Kenny Skoreyko.

MGD $4.25, great food, service and music.

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Playing Tomorrow Night At LB's Pub
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By Don Sinclair