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Gone too soon : Hubcaps we lost in 2016

In 2016, a collective conscious began addressing 2016 by name, and crying out to ask why.

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Alberta sees spike in interest outside of the “Economy”

Guest writer, Kirk Mc-Duggan, expatriated Albertan, returns to research 'diverse interests' growing in Alberta outside of 'economy'. With newfound confusion,  Alberta is indeed in a time of transition.  Unemployment has sky rocketed and EI claims rises near ten fold since the down turn in oil. A sad state of affairs for many a household these past …

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Fashion: Local Teenager Considers Fantastic Super Model Life over Regular Life

We are entering in the time of year where folks and citizens from around the globe look into the future with updated expectations. Fitting with this trend, a local teenage boy has looked into the 2017 fashion shift in regards to his post graduate future. “Well, at first I was looking into more business, or …

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“Just doesn’t add up” says top auditor

Cabinet continued to face turmoil after the nation’s top auditor said Tuesday that a recent review of the government’s finances “just doesn’t add up.” “It’s like the damned stock markets in these books,” the auditor concluded. The audit report levels heavy accusations against current and former governments about the use of public funds for “marketing,” champagne-fueled barnburners, and “disproportionate …

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Behind Easterner Lines : Part three, “October, bon hiver”

Behind Easterner Lines : Resource Speculation in Quebéc is a three-part series featuring Edmonton Weststar’s chief industry analyst exploring the potential for friendly resource ties to Edmonton’s most bewildering municipal cousin: Montréal.

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Mr. Businesshearted Movie Review: That One Guy from “Jaws”

Guest Columnist Mr. Businesshearted watches movie "Jaws." Crowd favorite bewilders and impresses. It is not very often that a fellow like myself spends time watching the television set rather then studying it for delicious, delicious market survey information. However, that is exactly what happened the other day. I thought to myself, is this what people …

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Art : could your kids be at risk?

Asked about the controversy, convicted artists responded only, “ceci n’est pas un commentaire.”

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Behind Easterner Lines : Part two, “À tes souhaits!”

Behind Easterner Lines : Resource Speculation in Quebéc is a three-part series featuring Edmonton Weststar’s chief industry analyst exploring the potential for friendly resource ties to Edmonton’s most bewildering municipal cousin: Montréal.

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Tech futures plunge as coffee shop Wi-Fi goes out

VANCOUVER – Canadian tech stocks took a massive hit this week as JavaHut’s Wi-Fi went down, bottlenecking the work of the country’s fastest rising startups. “I was in my third hour of drinking a single coffee when suddenly, everything grinded to a halt,” says Dirk Johansen, Chief Technology Officer of once-promising Vancouver startup Churnt. “I had to …

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Behind Easterner Lines : Resource Speculation in Québec

Behind Easterner Lines : Resource Speculation in Quebec is a three part series featuring Edmonton Weststar’s chief industry analyst exploring the potential for friendly resource ties to Edmonton’s most bewildering municipal cousin: Montréal.