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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Rocky Mountains declare a state of casual indifference towards nearby Albertan city

Awe- inspiring mountain range to remain pretty far away. Recent statement from the mountain peaks declare they are to remain somewhat uninterested in the day to day affairs of the general human population. The Rocky Mountains state that, despite the apparent visibility of them from this tiny and frantically crawling human situation, they are not, …

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Horoscopes: Friday January 22nd 2016

ARIES (March 21 - April 20): Don't limit yourself to tried and trusted sources of music right now. If you feel a certain 1980's pop ballad is in order, well I say go for it. Loudly. TAURUS (April 21 - May 21): You must be true to your beliefs, even if it will compromise your …

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Alberta’s Cancelled Everybody, Go Home

Local publication startles world with blunt phrasing. Edmonton WestStar After what seems like an endless amount of disappointing economic news resulting from an entirely predictable, if not Gatsby-esque crash in oil prices, a local publication has come forward with an announcement. "That's it, Alberta's cancelled everybody. Go home.” Whether or not an province could logistically …

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Alberta’s current economic problems inspires suprising ‘Multitude’ of cynicism: An Infographic

Edmonton West Star March 15th 2015 As the finacial world explodes over the news that Alberta has officially ‘done gone broke’ as one economist has aptly stated, researchers at the Edmonton West Star have come to the startling conclusion that the province's reaction is ‘surprisingly varied’ in the types of rage it is feeling. "We …

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How to Move from Edmonton to Calgary as a God-forsaken Traitor

Moving can be difficult especially when it makes you a no good, cock-sucking sell out. If recently you have had to move from your beloved hometown into enemy headquarters, such as from London to Paris, Los Angeles to San Francisco, or Edmonton to Calgary, you might experience a wide range of negative reactions in regards …

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Over-consumption becomes ‘under-wasting’

The Government of Alberta reveals sweeping new protocols for language and measurement. Edmonton West Star - 16/01/12 Today, the scarcely heard-of and far-reaching omnibus bill F-44 comes into full force. In everything from waste management to soil-sampling, these new wordings and formulas are working towards "re-branding the old wives' tales that are holding us back", …

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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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