Cats, the real 1%

Dec 18th 2012, The Edmonton West Star Feline pets are obviously intelligent individuals when it comes to furry companionship, but what they clearly lack are basic human compassions for others. Their flirtation with taking advantage of everyday hardworking pet owners are huge errors  in moral credibility. The self described job of cats are to pursue …

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Edmontonians ‘bored and clueless’ about arena negotiations

Dec 18th, 2012 The Edmonton West Star A new poll indicates Edmonton area citizens fail to display any level of interest or knowledge in the details of the downtown arena negotiations. An overwhelming 80% of Edmontonian's surveyed replied by simply stating, “Listen. I'm just gonna say what I've been saying all along...” Ward 13 Councillor Tim Bellechuk …

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2008-Era Gingerbread houses left unsold

Edmonton - New figures published this week suggest the gingerbread housing market has gone stale, while the looming fiscal cliff heads our way. Edible housing starts in November are at their lowest level since 2008, despite being in the industry's busiest time of year. The many vacant properties suggest that a tiny, whimsical version of a Detroit-like ghetto …

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Local woman unsure of intended purpose of shower gel

Contrary to popular belief, not all women naturally know how to use the products offered to them on the store shelf. “Like, what does it do exactly? I really don't know, it was always just there,” asks one Edmonton woman after her latest shower. This comes to a surprise to the millions of men worldwide …

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Editorial: I May Not Be a Big City Lawyer but I Sure Would Like to Be Paid Like One

The 2008 recession may seem to be a scary, unmanageable beast of many heads, with a root so deep it will take the 2012 Mayan prophecy to rectify it. However, could this only be fear tactics from on high to keep the common man from indulging in what they so very much deserve? Alberta is …

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