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The 38th TD Ottawa Jazz Festival is taking place from June 21 – July 1, 2018, and is proud to continue its tradition of acclaimed excellence and present a diverse and.

Detailed price information for Pembina pipeline corp (ppl-T) from The Globe and mail including charting and trades.

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"We’ve got to find ways to value-add here." Chief Rose Laboucan of the Driftpile First Nation is totally disappointed by the decision, she said. "After years of negotiations, thinking this project was.

Wood plant reopens in northern Alberta | Edmonton. – Tolko Industries Ltd. has reopened a long-dormant structural wood panelling plant in northern Alberta that’s eventually expected to provide 175 jobs, economic development minister deron bilous said Tuesday.

In the news today, June 8 – The 23-year-old of the Driftpile Cree Nation in Alberta was announced as the Canadian winner of the lucrative prize at a swanky Toronto gala for "This Wound is a World," published by Frontenac House..

The 23-year-old of the Driftpile Cree Nation in Alberta was announced as the Canadian winner of the lucrative prize at a swanky Toronto gala for "This Wound is a World," published by Frontenac House..

Wood plant reopens in northern Alberta – Bilous is impressed that 39 per cent of the staff in the High Prairie plant, on the west end of Lesser Slave Lake 370 km northwest of Edmonton, are women or Indigenous people, many from the nearby Dri.