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WEDNESDAY, november 26

ALBERTA OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY IS INVESTIGATING AFTER A MAN IN HIS 40S WAS KILLED ON THE JOB IN THE CARSELAND AREA EAST OF CALGARY.
A SPOKESPERSON WITH CALGARY EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES SAYS THEY WERE CALLED TO A WORK SITE YESTERDAY AFTERNOON (NOV 25). THEY SAY A CREW WAS WORKING WITH AN EXCAVATOR TO REMOVE CONCRETE BLOCKS AT A TEMPORARY BRIDGE WHEN THE MAN WAS STRUCK BY THE MACHINERY. NOBODY ELSE WAS INJURED. 
                                                                              
THE CANADIAN FOOD INSPECTION AGENCY IS INVESTIGATING AFTER A SOUTHERN ALBERTA WOMAN SAYS SHE DISCOVERED A LEAD BULLET INSIDE A BAG OF FROZEN BRUSSELS SPROUTS.  SUZIE MOORE OF AIRDRIE WAS CLEANING UP AFTER A FAMILY DINNER ON THE WEEKEND WHEN SHE HEARD AN ODD ``PING'' SOUND AS SHE WAS POURING OUT SOME LEFTOVER BRUSSELS SPROUTS INTO A BOWL. SHE SAYS HER FIRST THOUGHT WAS THAT SHE WAS GLAD SHE HADN'T PUT THEM IN THE MICROWAVE. HER SECOND THOUGHT WAS SHE WAS GLAD NO ONE IN HER FAMILY BIT INTO THE .22-CALIBRE BULLET. MOORE SAYS SHE BOUGHT THE FROZEN VEGETABLES FROM A COSTCO STORE AT THE MALL IN BALZAC, JUST NORTH OF CALGARY. THE STORE HAS GIVEN HER A FULL REFUND.  IN ADDITION TO THE C-F-I-A INVESTIGATION, THE SUPPLIER WHO PROVIDES COSTCO WITH THE BRUSSELS SPROUTS, LOS ANGELES SALAD COMPANY, IS ALSO PROMISING TO CONDUCT ITS OWN INVESTIGATION.

AIRDRIE RCMP CONTINUE TO INVESTIGATE A TWO VEHICLE CRASH FROM LAST WEEK. ON FRIDAY AFTERNOON (NOV 21)  JUST AFTER 3:00, AIRDRIE RURAL RCMP AND TRAFFIC SERVICES WERE CALLED ABOUT A HEAD ON COLLISION AT THE INTERSECTION OF HIGHWAY 2-A AND RANGE ROAD 2-92, BETTER KNOWN AS THE ACME OVERPASS. POLICE DETERMINED A SOUTHBOUND SUV PULLED INTO THE PATH OF AN EASTBOUND FOUR DOOR CAR. AFTER THE INITIAL CRASH, THE CAR SPUN INTO A "4 BY 4" VEHICLE. A THREE YEAR OLD PASSENGER IN THE CAR WAS TAKEN BY EMS TO THE SOUTHERN ALBERTA CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL IN CALGARY WITH NON LIFE THREATENING INJURIES. THE 20 YEAR OLD FEMALE DRIVER OF THE SUV IS BEING CHARGED WITH FAILING TO PROCEED SAFELY AFTER STOPPING.  

DRUMHELLER RCMP CONTINUE THEIR INVESTIGATION INTO A POSSIBLE INSURANCE FRAUD CASE. BACK ON NOVEMBER 17, DRUMHELLER MOUNTIES WERE CALLED TO A SINGLE VEHICLE CRASH ON HIGHWAY 9 ON THE NORTH HIILL. INVESTIGATORS DETERMINED THE HALF TON TRUCK WAS HEADING SOUTH BOUND, WHEN IT ENTERED THE DITCH, SPUN, THEN WENT BACK INTO THE DITCH. THE VEHICLE SUFFERING EXTENSIVE DAMAGE. POLICE FOUND SOME BLOOD ON THE SEATS AND FOOT PRINTS LEAVING THE SCENE. HOWEVER, INVESTIGATORS LEARNED THAT NO ONE INJURED CAME TO THE DRUHMHELLER HOSPITAL AND THE INCIDENT NOT REPORTED TO POLICE. THE NEXT DAY ON NOVEMBER 18TH, THE 26 YEAR OLD FEMALE REGISTERED OWNER OF THE TRUCK, STOPPED AT THE DRUMHELLER DETACHMENT TO REPORT THE VEHICLE WAS STOLEN FROM THREE HILLS. MOUNTIES LOOKED INTO THE MATTER FURTHER AND DETERMINED THE TRUCK WAS INTENTIONALLY DAMAGED IN AN ATTEMPT TO MAKE A FALSE INSURANCE CLAIM. THE INSURANCE COMPANY IN THE CASE HAS BEEN NOTIFIED.                                                                       

TUESDAY, november 25

RED DEER RCMP ARE ON THE HUNT FOR A SUSPICIOUS MAN WHO ATTEMPTED TO LURE YOUNG CHILD INTO HIS VEHICLE AT A CITY SCHOOL MONDAY MORNING (NOV 24). MOUNTIES SAY THE INCIDENT HAPPENED AT MATTIE MCCULLOUGH SCHOOL AT AROUND 8:45 WHEN AN 8 YEAR OLD GIRL WAS WALKING TO SCHOOL. A MAN IN A TRUCK INVITED THE GIRL INSIDE, AND WHEN SHE RAN AWAY HE CONTINUED TO FOLLOW HER. THE GIRL SAFELY MADE IT TO SCHOOL, BUT RCMP ARE NOW LOOKING FOR A SUSPECT. HE'S DESCRIBED AS A MIDDLE AGED WHITE MAN DRIVING A BLACK TRUCK WITH TINTED WINDOWS. IF YOU KNOW ANTHING ABOUT THIS INCIDENTCONTACT THE RCMP OR CRIMESTOPPERS.

AN ARMED BARRICADE INCIDENT SOUTH OF DELBURNE SUNDAY MORNING (NOV 23) ENDED WITH THE ARREST OF A MAN WANTED ON NUMEROUS OUTSTANDING WARRANTS IN CENTRAL ALBERTA.  THREE HILLS RCMP SAY THEY ATTENDED A RURAL PROPERTY NEAR LOUSANA WHERE A MAN INSIDE INDICATED HE HAD A GUN AND WOULD HARM HIMSELF IF POLICE CAME IN.  MEMBERS FROM THE CALGARY AND RED DEER EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAMS WERE CALLED TO THE SCENE AND THE SUSPECT WAS TAKEN INTO CUSTODY A SHORT TIME LATER. 21 YEAR OLD CONNOR MUELLER OF NO FIXED ADDRESS FACES SEVERAL COUNTS FROM RED DEER, BLACKFALDS, STETTLER AND DRAYTON VALLEY AND REMAINS IN CUSTODY FOR HIS FIRST COURT APPEARANCE.

THE ONCE-PROMISING FORTUNES OF ALBERTA'S WILDROSE OPPOSITION HAVE TAKEN ANOTHER DEVASTATING HIT WITH THE DEFECTIONS OF TWO MEMBERS TO THE GOVERNING CONSERVATIVES. POLITICAL SCIENTIST DUANE BRATT SAYS IT COULD BE A MORTAL BLOW TO PARTY LEADER DANIELLE SMITH. HE SAYS POLITICAL DISAGREEMENT IS ONE THING, BUT WHEN M-L-AS VOTE WITH THEIR FEET, IT'S OVER. KERRY TOWLE (TOLL), MEMBER FOR INNISFAIL-SYLVAN LAKE, WAS A KEY CAUCUS LIEUTENANT TO SMITH BUT SAYS HER CONSTITUENTS WERE ASKING HER TO GIVE THE GOVERNMENT OF NEW PREMIER JIM PRENTICE A CHANCE. TOWLE ALSO SAYS THAT ALTHOUGH THE DECISION WAS HARD, SHE WAS DISMAYED BY THE DIRECTION THE WILDROSE IS TAKING. IAN DONOVAN SAYS HIS CONSTITUENTS IN LITTLE BOW ALSO TOLD HIM TO LOOK AT FOLLOWING PRENTICE. BUT HE ADDS HE WAS DISILLUSIONED WITH SMITH'S PROMISE THAT SHE WOULD QUIT AS LEADER IF THE WILDROSE DOESN'T WIN THE 2016 ELECTION. SMITH HAD HARSH WORDS FOR THE DEFECTORS, SUGGESTING THEY ACTED OUT OF A DESIRE FOR PERSONAL GAIN.  PRENTICE SAYS HE DID NOT PROMISE EITHER DEFECTOR ANYTHING OR ENTICE THEM IN ANY WAY TO CROSS THE FLOOR.


MONDAY, november 24
A DEADLY WEEKEND ON THE HIGHWAYS ACROSS ALBERTA WITH SIX DEATHS WITHIN 24 HOURS. ON FRIDAY EVENING (NOV 21) JUST BEFORE 5:30 SYLVAN LAKE EMERGENCY SERVICES WERE CALLED OUT TO HIGHWAY 7-66 NEAR ECKVILLE AFTER A THREE VEHICLE COLLISION. TWO PEOPLE WERE KILLED AT THE SCENE, A 30 YEAR OLD WOMAN FROM CONDOR AND A 46 YEAR OLD MAN FROM BENALTO. ON SATURDAY MORNING (NOV 22) JUST BEFORE 11:00, LEDUC RCMP RESPONDED TO A HEAD-ON COLLISION ON HIGHWAY 21 NEAR AIRPORT ROAD, NEAR LEDUC. FOUR PEOPLE IN A SMALL CAR WERE KILLED WHEN THEIR VEHICLE COLLIDED WITH A SEMI TRAILER UNIT.
RESIDENTS WHO WERE DISPLACED BY A SOUR GAS WELL RUPTURE BETWEEN CALGARY AND AIRDRIE OVER THE WEEKEND ARE NOW ALL BACK IN THEIR HOMES. OFFICIALS ORDERED THE EVACUATION OF 13 RURAL RESIDENCES JUST SOUTHWEST OF AIRDRIE ON SATURDAY NIGHT (NOV 22) WHEN THE DAMAGE TO THE KALLISTO ENERGY WELLHEAD WAS DISCOVERED. THE WELL WAS CAPPED YESTERDAY AFTERNOON. THE GAS ODOUR WAS NOTICED IN MANY COMMUNITIES ON THE NORTH EDGE OF CALGARY'S CITY LIMITS.

AN ALBERTA CONTRACTOR IS FACING CHILD LABOUR AND SAFETY CHARGES AFTER A 14-YEAR-OLD EMPLOYEE FELL FROM A ROOF. VITAL CONTRACTING LTD. OF AIRDRIE AND ITS OPERATORS ARE FACING CHARGES UNDER THE EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS AND OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY CODES. THE CHARGES INCLUDE INAPPROPRIATELY EMPLOYING A PERSON UNDER THE AGE OF 15 YEARS AND FAILURE TO ENSURE THE HEALTH AND SAFETY OF THE WORKER. THE COMPANY COULD BE FINED UP TO $100,000 AND EACH INDIVIDUAL COULD FACE A $50,000 FINE. THE BOY FELL NEARLY FOUR METRES FROM THE ROOF OF A RESIDENTIAL HOME IN LACOMBE IN JULY. ALBERTA JOBS, SKILLS, TRAINING AND LABOUR SAYS THE BOY WAS BRIEFLY HOSPITALIZED.

A WEEK-LONG PRELIMINARY HEARING GETS UNDERWAY IN RED DEER COURT TODAY (NOV 24) FOR A COCHRANE WOMAN ACCUSED OF DEFRAUDING HER FORMER CENTRAL ALBERTA EMPLOYER OF OVER A MILLION BUCKS. THE HEARING SHOULD DETERMINE IF 38 YEAR OLD SHELLEY DAVIDSON'S  CASE HAS ENOUGH EVIDENCE TO GO TO TRIAL. SHE WAS CHARGED BY BLACKFALDS RCMP  IN AUGUST OF 2013 AFTER A YEAR-LONG INVESTIGATION INTO AN ALLEGED INTERNAL FRAUD AT AN OILFIELD COMPANY WHERE FINANCIAL DOCUMENTS  WERE BEING ALTERED AND MONEY TAKEN BETWEEN 2006 AND 2011. DAVIDSON WAS EMPLOYED WITH THE COMPANY AS A BOOK KEEPER AT THE TIME.

 

FRIDAY, november 21
OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY IS INVESTIGATING A SECOND WORKPLACE FATALITY IN CALGARY THIS WEEK. EMERGENCY CREWS WERE CALLED TO A NORTHEAST SITE THURSDAY AFTERNOON (NOV 20) WHERE A CINDER BLOCK WALL HAD COLLAPSED ON A MAN. OHS OFFICIALS SAY THE WORKER HAD BEEN DISMANTLING PART OF A BUILDING WHEN THE WALL TUMBLED DOWN ON HIM. HE DIED AT THE SCENE, DESPITE EFFORTS TO RESUSCITATE HIM. THE MAN'S NAME HAS NOT BEEN RELEASED, BUT HE WORKED FOR NORCAL CONSTRUCTION. A MAN FROM EDMONTON MAN DIED IN A CALGARY HOSPITAL ON WEDNESDAY A DAY AFTER HE WAS HIT BY A PIECE OF MACHINERY WHILE DOING UTILITY WORK.

A CENTRAL ALBERTA MAN HAS BEEN FOUND NOT CRIMINALLY RESPONSIBLE IN THE SLAYING OF HIS FATHER. AARON GUILBAULT (GILL'-BOH), WHO IS 33, ADMITTED TO HITTING HIS FATHER TIMOTHY IN THE BACK OF THE HEAD WITH AN ALUMINUM BASEBALL BAT TWO YEARS AGO AT THE FAMILY CABIN NEAR INNISFAIL. THE SON WAS CHARGED WITH SECOND-DEGREE MURDER, BUT HIS LAWYER ARGUED THAT HE WASN'T CRIMINALLY RESPONSIBLE DUE TO MENTAL ILLNESS. JUSTICE MONICA BAST SAID ON THURSDAY (NOV 20) SHE ACCEPTS THAT GUILBAULT'S SCHIZOPHRENIA SYMPTOMS HAD BEEN ESCALATING AND THAT HE DIDN'T KNOW THAT KILLING HIS 58-YEAR-OLD FATHER WAS MORALLY WRONG.


HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN THE CHINOOK'S EDGE SCHOOL DIVISION STAND TO BENEFIT FROM A NEW OFF-CAMPUS EDUCATION PROGRAM NOW UNDERWAY. THE PROGRAM ALLOWS STUDENTS INTERESTED IN WORKING WITH CARS, THE CHANCE TO GAIN SOME WORK EXPERIENCE AT CAM CLARK FORD. OFFICIALS SAY THE STUDENTS WORK ON ENTRY-LEVEL PROJECTS AND INCREASE THOSE RESPONSIBILITIES AS THEY GAIN MORE EXPERIENCE. THE PROGRAM ALSO LETS STUDENTS EARN CREDITS TOWARDS THEIR DIPLOMA, MAKE AN HOURLY WAGE AND GET A FOOT IN THE DOOR AT A MAJOR EMPLOYER, WITH THE DEALERSHIP GETTING SOME EXTRA HELP TOO.



THURSday, november 20
A CRASH SOUTH OF THREE HILLS IN CENTRAL ALBERTA LAST NIGHT (NOV 19) HAS KILLED A 21 YEAR OLD MAN FORMERLY FROM BEISEKER. RCMP SAY THE INCIDENT HAPPENED AROUND 9:30 WHEN A WESTBOUND PICK-UP FAILED TO STOP AS IT ENTERED HIGHWAY 21 NEAR THE COMMUNITY OF SWALWELL, AND STRUCK A SOUTHBOUND TRUCK. THE 21 YEAR OLD VICTIM DIED AT THE SCENE. THE DRIVER AND LONE OCCUPANT OF THE SOUTHBOUND PICK-UP WAS TAKEN TO HOSPITAL IN THREE HILLS AND TREATED FOR MINOR INJUIRES. ALCOHOL IS BELIEVED TO BE A FACTOR.

A 30-YEAR-OLD EDMONTON MAN HAS DIED AFTER BEING HIT BY A PIECE OF MACHINERY ON A JOBSITE IN CALGARY. INSTITUFORM CANADA OFFICIALS SAY JAMES LADINO SUFFERED HEAD INJURIES WHEN HE WAS HIT BY A PIECE OF MACHINERY ON TUESDAY (NOV 18).  HE DIED IN HOSPITAL ON WEDNESDAY.  COMPANY PRESIDENT CHARLES GORDON SAYS THEY ARE SADDENED BY THE LOSS AND ARE CONDUCTING AN INTERNAL INVESTIGATION. THE MATTER IS ALSO BEING INVESTIGATED BY POLICE AND OFFICIALS OF ALBERTA OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY. THE VICTIM WAS WORKING AROUND AN EXCAVATION IN THE CRANSTON AREA OF SOUTH EAST CALGARY.

TWO YOUNG CHILDREN ARE IN THE CARE OF CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES AFTER THEIR PARENTS WERE ARRESTED FOR RUNNING A COCAINE CONVERSION LAB IN RED DEER. R-C-M-P SAY THEY SEIZED THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS WORTH OF DRUGS DURING A NOVEMBER 4TH SEARCH OF THE HOME, IN WHICH THE KITCHEN WAS BEING USED TO CONVERT COCAINE TO CRACK. THE CHILDREN WERE IN THE HOUSE AT THE TIME OF THE SEARCH, AND WERE REMOVED UNDER THE DRUG ENDANGERED CHILDREN'S ACT. THEIR PARENTS -- WHO HAVE NOT BEEN IDENTIFIED -- ARE FACING SEVERAL DRUG AND FIREARMS-RELATED CHARGES, ALONG WITH ONE COUNT UNDER THE ACT.

A SOUTHERN ALBERTA MAN SAYS HE CAN'T PROPERLY DEFEND HIMSELF ON CHILD PORNOGRAPHY CHARGES IF HE CAN'T USE THE INTERNET WHICH HE HAS BEEN FORBIDDEN TO USE.  DANIEL RAND OF MEDICINE HAT WAS CHARGED LAST DECEMBER FOLLOWING A POLICE INVESTIGATION INTO SUSPECTED INAPPROPRIATE EMAILS BETWEEN HIM AND A 12-YEAR-OLD FLORIDA GIRL. RAND'S DEFENCE LAWYER TOLD COURT THAT HIS CLIENT, WHO IS 42, IS STUCK IN A CATCH-22 SITUATION. THE LAWYER SAID EVIDENCE HE NEEDS IN THE CASE IS ONLINE, BUT RAND HAS BEEN BANNED FROM USING THE INTERNET UNDER HIS BAIL CONDITIONS.  THE LAWYER SAYS HE COULD BE SEEN AS HELPING TO BREACH THOSE CONDITIONS IF HE WERE TO GATHER THE EVIDENCE ON RAND'S BEHALF.  THE MATTER HAS BEEN ADJOURNED IN MEDICINE HAT COURT UNTIL DEC. 16.

 



WEDNESday, november 19
A WOMAN IS FIGHTING FOR HER LIFE IN A CALGARY HOSPITAL AFTER SUFFERING CRITICAL INJURIES IN A TWO VEHICLE CRASH SOUTH OF STETTLER ON TUESDAY MORNING (NOV 18).  OFFICIALS WITH STARS AIR AMBULANCE SAY IT THE INCIDENT HAPPENING AROUND 9:45 ON HIGHWAY 56, ABOUT 19 KILOMETRES SOUTH OF STETTLER. THE CRASH FORCING POLICE TO CLOSE THE HIGHWAY IN BOTH DIRECTIONS FOR OVER FOUR HOURS. IT'S BELIEVED THE COLLISION TOOK PLACE AT HIGHWAY SPEED AND RESULTED IN THE WOMAN BEING EJECTED FROM HER VEHICLE THEN PINNED UNDERNEATH IT AND REQUIRING EXTRACATION TO GET HER FREE. A MAN HAD TO BE EXTRACATED FROM A VEHICLE AS WELL AND HE WAS TAKEN TO THE U OF A HOSPITAL IN EDMONTON IN STABLE CONDITION SUFFERING FROM NON-LIFE THREATENING INJURIES. THEIR WERE REPORTS OF ICY CONDITIONS ON HIGHWAY 56 BETWEEN STETTLER AND DRUMHELLER.

THREE ADULTS AND A YOUTH ARE FACING A LONG LIST OF CHARGES AFTER A NUMBER OF INCIDENTS IN BLACKFALDS ON FRIDAY (NOV 14). FRIDAY MORNING, BLACKFALDS RCMP RESPONDED TO A STOLEN VEHICLE CALL IN THE CEDAR CRESCENT NEIGHBOURHOOD. WHEN THE OFFICER ARRIVED HE NOTED THE VEHCLE IN THE BACK OF A RESIDENCE AND MULTIPLE SUSPECTS LEAVING THE AREA. WHEN HE TRIED TO CUT THEM OFF, HIS CRUISER WAS ACCIDENTLY HIT BY A SEPARATE SLIDING PICK-UP TRUCK. THE OFFICER SUFFERED A BROKEN WRIST BUT HE IS NOW RECOVERING. THE STOLEN VEHICLE MANAGED TO GET AWAY BUT WAS FOUND LATER THAT DAY. SUBSEQUENTLY FOUR PEOPLE WERE ARRESTED THROUGHOUT THE DAY WITHOUT INCIDENT, POLICE ARE ALSO SEARCHING FOR A FIFTH SUSPECT.

PREMIER JIM PRENTICE SAYS HE IS DISAPPOINTED THE U.S. SENATE FAILED TO PASS A BILL AUTHORIZING THE IMMEDIATE CONSTRUCTION OF THE KEYSTONE XL PIPELINE.  BUT PRENTICE SAYS HE IS ENCOURAGED THAT THE CONTROVERSIAL LINE IS GAINING INCREASED BIPARTISAN SUPPORT IN THE HALLS OF THE U.S. LAWMAKERS. PRENTICE SAYS HE PLANS TO TRAVEL TO WASHINGTON IN JANUARY, BUT NO SPECIFIC DATES HAVE BEEN SET.  THE KEYSTONE BILL FAILED BY ONE VOTE, JUST DAYS AFTER THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES APPROVED THE PIPELINE. A FINAL OK IS STILL IN THE HANDS OF U.S. PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA AS AN ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT IS STILL BEING CONDUCTED. THE PIPELINE WOULD TAKE ALBERTA BITUMEN TO PORTS IN TEXAS, BUT ENVIRONMENTALISTS SAY IT POSES A DANGER TO THE ECOSYSTEM AND ENCOURAGES THE PRODUCTION OF GREENHOUSE GASES.

THE ALBERTA BARLEY COMMISSION IS HOSTING THEIR FALL REGIONAL MEETINGS THIS MONTH.  A REGION 2 MEETING IS SCHEDULED FOR TODAY (NOV 19) IN THREE HILLS. IT BEGINS AT 9:30 THIS MORNING AT THE COMMUNITY MEMORIAL CENTRE. COMMISSION CHAIRMAN MATT SAWYER SAYS IT'S IMPORTANT FOR BARLEY PRODUCERS TO ATTEND THESE MEETINGS. A REGION 3 MEETING WILL GO IN LACOMBE NEXT WEEK ON NOVEMBER 25TH, AT THE MEMORIAL CENTRE. THE ALBERTA BARLEY COMMISSION ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING IS SET FOR DECEMBER 10TH TO 11TH AT THE BANFF SPRINGS HOTEL.

 


TUESday, november 18
The families of five young people stabbed to death at a Calgary house EARLIER THIS year are asking the media to not pursue trying to have details about the crime made public.  The five victims -- Zackariah Rathwell, Lawrence Hong, Joshua Hunter, Jordan Segura and Kaiti Perras -- were killed at a party to mark the end of  UNIVERSITY CLASSES.  Twenty-three-year-old Matthew de Grood has been found fit to stand trial, but the court has put a publication ban on his psychiatric assessment.  In a joint letter, the victims' families say they are trying to understand what good it would do to publicize the information before the trial, which won't start until next year.  They say the details of the case are such that no one should want or need to hear them before they are presented in court. They also say they want to protect the dignity of their ``lost children'' and prevent the re-victimization of the young people who were traumatized by the killings. The letter says a judge will rule on November 26th on the media's request to unseal an information to obtain and warrants surrounding the most graphic details of the crime.

Alberta Premier Jim Prentice says he wants to keep spending low, save for the future, continue building roads, schools and senior care beds, and balance the budget all with oil prices tanking at 75 dollars a barrel.  Lieutenant-Governor Don Ethell read out the plan in the speech from the throne to open the fall session of the legislature. Prentice has previously said he will not raise oil royalties to solve the problem or tinker with Alberta's 10 per cent flat tax on income.

Opposition N-D-P Leader Rachel Notley said while Prentice is premier, his government is still beholden to the promises made by the Tories in the 2012 election to invest in social programs, education, health and take steps to reduce poverty.   Liberal Leader Raj Sherman says the Tories have been building this province on the backs of students, seniors and Albertans waiting to get into health care. Wildrose Leader Danielle Smith's caucus has pushed the Tories to develop a plan to get spending in line and to stop taking on debt to punish future Albertans with debilitating interest payments.
 

THE CANADIAN SHEEP FEDERATION WILL BE MEETING IN AIRDRIE TONIGHT (NOV 18) FOR THEIR ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING. AMONG DISCUSSION ITEMS TONIGHT WILL BE NATION WIDE TRACEABILITY. TRACEABILITY ADOPTION HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO 2015 AND THE CSF WOULD LIKE TO DISCUSS WHAT THEY ARE DOING ON A NATIONAL LEVEL WITH SHEEP PRODUCERS AND THE GENERAL PUBLIC. THE MEETING STARTS AT 7:00PM AT THE AGRICULTURE CENTRE IN AIRDRIE.  AND AT THE SAME VENUE TOMORROW (NOV 19), THE SHEEP FEDERATION IS HOSTING A SEMINAR EVENT ENTITLED "BENEFIT YOUR BUSINESS, OPTIMIZE YOUR OPERATION. THAT RUNS FROM NOON UNTIL 8:30 FEATURING GUEST SPEAKERS AND CSF BOARD MEMBERS.

MONday, november 17

TWO MEN HAVE BEEN CHARGED IN A KIDNAPPING AND SEXUAL ASSAULT INVOLVING A TEENAGE GIRL IN CALGARY ON THE WEEKEND. POLICE SAY THE 17-YEAR-OLD WAS IN A NEIGHBOURHOOD IN THE CITY'S NORTHEAST LATE FRIDAY (NOV 14) WHEN SHE WAS ATTACKED, DRAGGED INTO AN ALLEY AND SEXUALLY ASSAULTED. OFFICERS SAY SHE WAS TAKEN TO A HOUSE WHERE SHE WAS REPEATEDLY SEXUALLY ASSAULTED BEFORE SHE WAS ABLE TO ESCAPE ON SATURDAY MORNING. THREE MEN FROM THE HOME WERE TAKEN INTO CUSTODY ON SUNDAY. COREY GEORGE MANYSHOTS, WHO IS 25, AND CODY GEORGE MANYSHOTS, WHO IS 21, ARE CHARGED WITH SEXUAL ASSAULT CAUSING BODILY HARM, ASSAULT CAUSING BODILY HARM, KIDNAPPING, UTTERING THREATS AND ROBBERY. THE THIRD MAN HAS BEEN RELEASED WITHOUT CHARGE.


POLITICIANS ARE BACK TO WORK UNDER THE DOME AT THE ALBERTA LEGISLATURE MONDAY (NOV 17). JUSTICE MINISTER JONATHAN DENIS SAYS THERE WILL BE NINE BILLS ON THE ORDER PAPER IN THE SESSION, WHICH IS EXPECTED TO WRAP UP A WEEK BEFORE CHRISTMAS. ONE KEY BILLS WILL ADDRESS PROPERTY RIGHTS ISSUES, AND THE SECOND WILL END ENTITLEMENTS AND PUT IN PLACE MORE RULES TO ENSURE HIGH ETHICAL STANDARDS IN GOVERNMENT. PRENTICE IS ALSO EXPECTED TO ADDRESS IN THE COMING WEEKS HOW FALLING OIL PRICES WILL AFFECT THE BUDGET. THE SPEECH FROM THE THRONE WILL BE DELIVERED AROUND 3 P-M LOCAL TIME.

THE SIKSIKA RESERVE EAST OF CALGARY IS NO LONGER DIVIDED FOLLOWING THE REOPENING OF A BRIDGE ON FRIDAY (NOV 14) THAT WAS BADLY DAMAGED IN LAST YEAR'S FLOODING. THE COMMUNITY OF ARROWWOOD HAD BEEN CUT OFF SINCE THE CHICAGO BRIDGE OVER THE BOW RIVER WAS PUT OUT OF COMMISSION IN JUNE 2013. RESIDENTS ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF THE RIVER WHO NEEDED TO GET TO THE NORTH SIDE FOR SERVICES OR TO THEIR JOBS WERE FORCED TO MAKE A DETOUR THAT TOOK ABOUT AN HOUR. THE BRIDGE ON HIGHWAY 5-47 WAS REOPENED TO LIGHT TRAFFIC IN EARLY OCTOBER, BUT IT'S ONLY BEEN TWO WEEKS SINCE THE STRUCTURE WAS CLEARED FOR HEAVIER LOADS. ALBERTA TRANSPORTATION MINISTER WAYNE DRYSDALE TOLD THE OFFICIAL OPENING HE WAS FRUSTRATED OVER HOW LONG IT TOOK TO COMPLETE REPAIRS. REBUILDING EFFORTS ON THE RESERVE OF 7,000 WERE SLOW IN THE FIRST YEAR AFTER THE FLOODS.

ELK HUNTERS IN ALBERTA WILL GET MORE ACCESS TO C-F-B SUFFIELD NEAR MEDICINE HAT THIS YEAR. THE SEASON OPENS TOMORROW (NOV 18), AND HUNTERS WILL NOW BE ABLE TO SHOOT ELK ON 70 PER CENT OF THE MILITARY BASE INSTEAD OF PAST YEARS WHERE THEY ONLY HAD ACCESS TO 40 TO 50 PER CENT OF THE BASE'S LAND. THE ELK HAVE CAUSED FRUSTRATION AMONG ADJACENT LANDOWNERS AND LEASEHOLDERS WHO HAVE HAD TO DEAL WITH DAMAGES FROM THE BALLOONING ELK HERD. THE ELK WERE PART OF A REINTRODUCTION STRATEGY TO REPLACE WILD HORSES WITH AN INDIGENOUS GRAZING SPECIES.

 

 

 

Friday november 14th

A TRIAL HAS BEEN ORDERED FOR A CENTRAL ALBERTA MAN ACCUSED OF ABUSING HIS TWO MONTH OLD SON LAST WINTER. 20 YEAR OLD LESLIE BURNEY OF STETTLER FACES ONE COUNT OF AGGRAVATED ASSAULT BUT NO TRIAL DATE HAS BEEN SET AS OF YET. IT WAS ON JANUARY 27TH OF THIS YEAR WHEN STETTLER MOUNTIES WERE ALERTED BY STAFF AT THE RED DEER REGIONAL HOSPITAL THAT AN INFANT HAD BEEN BROUGHT IN SUFFERING FROM MULTIPLE HEAD INJURIES THAT WERE DEEMED NON-ACCIDENTAL. IT'S ALLEGED THE FATHER PROVIDED MULTIPLE STORIES AS TO HOW THE INFANT WAS INJURED. THE CHILD WAS THEN FLOWN TO THE SOUTHERN ALBERTA CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL IN CALGARY, IN CRITICAL CONDITION.

A CALGARY MAN HAS BEEN ACCUSED OF DELIBERATELY SETTING FIRE TO AN APARTMENT SUITE. FIRE CREWS WERE CALLED TO A FIRE ON WEDNESDAY MORNING.
NO ONE WAS INJURED IN THE BLAZE.  DAMAGE IS ESTIMATED AT $200,000. ORRIE DEWHYTE HEWSON, WHO IS 35, IS CHARGED WITH ARSON CAUSING THREAT TO HUMAN LIFE, AND TWO COUNTS OF ARSON CAUSING DAMAGE TO PROPERTY.


ALBERTA'S NEW PREMIER SAYS HIS PARTY'S RISING FORTUNES SHOULDN'T BE A CAUSE FOR SMUGNESS AS THE PROGRESSIVE CONSERVATIVE'S HOLD THEIR ANNUAL CONVENTION IN BANFF THIS WEEKEND. AFTER MONTHS OF DISARRAY, THE DEPARTURE OF ALISON REDFORD AND A DROP IN POPULARITY, THE TORIES EVENTUALLY TURNED TO FORMER FEDERAL CABINET MINISTER JIM PRENTICE TO TAKE OVER AS LEADER.  AFTER WINNING ALL FOUR BYELECTIONS, INCLUDING HIS OWN SEAT IN CALGARY FOOTHILLS LAST MONTH, PRENTICE WILL PRESIDE OVER HIS FIRST CONVENTION AS PREMIER. BUT PRENTICE SAYS WHAT HE LEARNED WHILE CAMPAIGNING DURING THE BYELECTIONS IS IT IS A TIME FOR HUMILITY -- NOT CELEBRATING THEIR VICTORIES.  HE SAYS VOTERS MADE IT CLEAR THAT THEY EXPECT TO SEE GOOD GOVERNMENT AND LESS POLITICS IN THE FUTURE.

MEMBERS OF ALBERTA'S OPPOSITION WILDROSE PARTY BEGIN THEIR ANNUAL MEETING IN RED DEER TODAY (NOV 14) FACING SOME FUNDAMENTAL QUESTIONS. WILDROSE LEADER DANIELLE SMITH SAYS FOUR RECENT BYELECTION DEFEATS MEAN THERE NEEDS TO BE CHANGES TO ENSURE THE PARTY IS IN FIGHTING TRIM FOR THE NEXT ALBERTA ELECTION, SET FOR 2016. SMITH SAYS THEY HAVE ALTERED THE WEEKEND AGENDA TO ALLOW PARTY STRATEGISTS TO HEAR DIRECTLY FROM  GRASS ROOTS MEMBERS ON WHAT THE CAUCUS IS DOING RIGHT, DOING WRONG, AND WHAT IT NEEDS TO CHANGE. SHE SAYS THE CHALLENGE FOR HER TEAM OVER THE NEXT 18 MONTHS WILL BE TO STRADDLE THE LINE OF HOLDING THE GOVERNMENT TO ACCOUNT AS OFFICIAL OPPOSITION WHILE CONTINUING TO DELIVER POLICY ALTERNATIVES SO AS TO BE SEEN AS A CREDIBLE GOVERNMENT IN WAITING. SMITH PLANS TO OUTLINE A FIVE-POINT PLAN TO  MEMBERS OVER THE WEEKEND TO ADDRESS THAT.

 

Friday november 13th

Prime Minister Harper and his G-20 counterparts have kicked off their annual conference.  They're meeting this year in Brisbane. Summit chair Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott says he wants the event to focus on economic issues. Harper says he agrees with the decision to try to focus the G-20 agenda on the economy. Abbott wants his fellow G-20 leaders to commit to growing the economy by up to two-trillion dollars in the years to come.

 

A step forward for Keystone X-L.  The U-S House of Representatives has again approved construction of the controversial oil pipeline project.  The U-S Senate may follow suit next week.  American lawmakers voted in favour of the project -- that would carry Alberta bitumen to refineries in Texas -- after six years of political wrangling. However, there are hints from the White House that U-S President Barack Obama may veto the bill.


wednesday november 12th

The Opposition is not impressed with the Harper government's economic update.

It projects a surplus of 1.9-billion dollars next year -- 4.5-billion lower than forecast in the February budget.

Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau says the government chose to spend its budget surplus on tax breaks such as income splitting, which leaves out many Canadians.

N-D-P Leader Tom Mulcair says the projected surplus is a ``mirage'' because it's based on billions of dollars in cuts to much needed programs.

Tuesday November 11th

Corporal Nathan Cirillo and Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent have been honoured with thousands of others on this Remembrance Day.

The prime minister, the Governor General and the military's chaplain general all paid direct tribute to the two soldiers at today's ceremony at the National War Memorial in Ottawa.

Cirillo was shot and killed at that very spot last month, and Vincent was murdered in Quebec.

Brigadier-General Mike Jorgensen says he thinks more people attended the ceremony in Ottawa today because the two recent deaths brought home the message that Canada's soldiers face danger everywhere.

Friday November 7th


A spokesman for the Royal Canadian Legion says Canadians have bought up 19-million commemorative poppies in the lead up to Remembrance Day so far.

That's one million more than last year.

Bill Maxwell says he believes the recent deaths of soldiers Patrice Vincent and Nathan Cirillo have spurred demand.

Maxwell says he hopes the Legion will distribute enough of the red and black pins so that every Canadian can wear one.


Thursday November 6th

A Canadian soldier has died in an Edmonton hospital, three days after he was injured during a training exercise at C-F-B Wainwright, Alberta.

Private Steven Allen of Victoria was on a lookout tower on Monday when it collapsed.

Allen, who was 20, joined the military a year ago.

Prime Minister Harper is sending condolences to Allen's family, friends and colleagues.


Friday October 31st


CALGARY: A man is dead after a police-involved shooting at a Calgary facility that offers low-cost supportive housing for men with mental health and addiction issues. Officers were called early Friday morning to Langin Place in a southeast neighbourhood after getting word about someone threatening another client with a gun.


LETHBRIDGE, Alta. Alberta Health Services is dealing with another stolen laptop containing the personal information of patients. The computer was stolen two weeks ago from the Lethbridge Sleep Clinic and contains the information of about 5,000 people.


Thursday October 30th


Police are investigating another suspicious fire. This time at the World’s Littlest Church.
    The Drumheller Fire Department and RCMP responded shortly after 10 a.m. on Thursday.  
    Staff at the Drumheller and District Chamber of Commerce called in the fire. Chamber manager Heather Bitz explains that twice a week, DARTS clients come out to clean the church, and Thursday morning called to let them know the Bible at the front of the church was smoldering.
    Bitz and Chamber services coordinator Marley Henneigh came out to investigate and found the book on fire.
    The Fire Department responded. The fire had damaged part of the interior of the church and firefighters had to cut a hole into the floor to make sure the fire was properly extinguished.  
    The investigation continues.


Wednesday, october 29th

Alberta Premier Jim Prentice is committing $70 million to put more sprinklers and other fire safety devices in seniors facilities.  Prentice says the work will begin as soon as possible and will focus on the centres at greatest risk.  Many of the 24,000 government-owned or supported seniors units were built before 1990, when sprinklers became mandatory.
The province estimates that $250 million is needed to get the sprinklers in all seniors homes.  NDP seniors critic David Eggen says the $70 million will assist only a fraction of the seniors homes, and that many more residents remain at risk.  The province began working this year on getting more sprinklers after a fire at a seniors home in Quebec killed 32 residents.

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28

CORPORAL NATHAN CIRILLO'S FIVE-YEAR-OLD SON MARCUS WALKED BEHIND HIS FATHER'S CASKET THIS MORNING (OCT 28) IN A PROCESSION TO A HAMILTON, ONTARO CATHEDRAL. THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE LINED THE STREETS, SOME WEARING POPPIES, OTHERS CARRYING FLAGS, TO PAY THEIR RESPECTS TO THE RESERVIST, WHO WAS GUNNED DOWN AS HE STOOD CEREMONIAL GUARD IN OTTAWA LAST WEEK. PRIME MINISTER HARPER AND HIS WIFE LAUREEN AND MANY M-PS ARE AMONG THE DIGNITARIES ATTENDING THE SERVICE, WHICH IS OPEN TO INVITED GUESTS ONLY. THE QUEEN IS THE COLONEL-IN-CHIEF OF CIRILLO'S REGIMENT, AND HAS SENT A MESSAGE OF SYMPATHY, SAYING CIRILLO'S DEATH OCCURRED UNDER WHAT SHE CALLS ``GRIEVOUS'' CIRCUMSTANCES.

A JURY HAS FOUND A MAN FROM CLARESHOLM GUILTY OF KILLING AND DISMEMBERING A SENIOR. THE TORSO OF OTTO (BUNTY) LOOSE, WHO WAS 77, AND A RESIDENT OF VULCAN WAS DISCOVERED BY POLICE IN WOODS NEAR BRAGG CREEK, WEST OF CALGARY IN 2012.  THE VULCAN MAN'S HANDS WERE MISSING AND HIS HEAD WAS FOUND SEVERAL KILOMETRES AWAY. TIM ENGEL, WHO IS 37, WAS FOUND GUILTY OF FIRST-DEGREE MURDER AND INTERFERING WITH HUMAN REMAINS AND HAS BEEN SENTENCED TO LIFE IN PRISON WITH NO CHANCE OF PAROLE FOR 25 YEARS. ENGEL SOBBED AS THE VERDICT WAS READ IN THE LETHBRIDGE COURTROOM, AND HE TRIED TO LEAVE THE PRISONER'S BOX, BUT WAS ORDERED TO RETURN TO HIS SEAT. HE WAS EXCUSED FROM THE COURTROOM FOLLOWING A SECOND VERBAL OUTBURST WITH PROFANITY AS THE CROWN ADDRESSED THE JUDGE.

ALBERTA WILDROSE LEADER DANIELLE SMITH IS PUTTING HER LEADERSHIP ON THE LINE AFTER FOUR BYELECTION LOSSES. SMITH SAYS SHE HAS ASKED TO HAVE A LEADERSHIP REVIEW PUT ON THE AGENDA WHEN THE PARTY HOLDS ITS ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING IN RED DEER IN MID-NOVEMBER. SMITH WOULDN'T SAY WHAT PERCENTAGE OF SUPPORT WILL SATISFY HER, BUT SAYS IT NEEDS TO BE MORE THAN THE 77 PER CENT RECEIVED LAST YEAR BY FORMER PREMIER ALISON REDFORD. THE WILDROSE PARTY WAS BEATEN IN THREE BYELECTIONS IN CALGARY AND ONE IN EDMONTON ON MONDAY NIGHT (OCT 27). SMITH SAYS HER PARTY NEEDS TO RE-EXAMINE ITS MESSAGING TO EARN THE SUPPORT OF URBAN VOTERS. SHE SAYS SHE STILL BELIEVES HER PARTY IS THE ONLY ONE THAT CAN UNITE BOTH URBAN AND RURAL AREAS.

 

MONDAY, OCTOBER 27

THE DRIVER OF AN SUV HAS DIED AFTER CRASHING INTO THE DITCH ON A TURN ON THE DEERFOOT TRAIL IN CALGARY. POLICE SAY THE INICIDENT HAPPENED EARLY SUNDAY (OCT 26) IN THE SOUTH EAST PART OF THE CITY, NEAR THE EXIT TO ANDERSON ROAD AND BOW BOTTOM TRAIL. THE VEHICLE HIT A LIGHT STANDARD AND BURST INTO FLAMES, AND FIREFIGHTERS LATER FOUND THE DRIVER DEAD INSIDE. THERE'S NO WORD ON THE DRIVER'S IDENTITY, OR THE CAUSE OF THE CRASH.

VOTERS IN FOUR ALBERTA RIDINGS GO TO THE POLLS TODAY IN WHAT OPPOSITION POLITICIANS CALL A REFERENDUM ON THE PROGRESSIVE CONSERVATIVE GOVERNMENT.  PREMIER JIM PRENTICE IS ONE OF THE CANDIDATES SEEKING A SEAT IN THE LEGISLATURE IN ONE OF THREE BYELECTIONS IN CALGARY. THE FOURTH IS IN EDMONTON-WHITEMUD. PRENTICE CALLED THE BYELECTIONS A MONTH AGO AFTER WINNING THE PC PARTY LEADERSHIP RACE TO REPLACE FORMER PREMIER ALISON REDFORD. ALL FOUR RIDINGS HAVE BEEN TRADITIONAL TORY STRONGHOLDS. PRENTICE, A FORMER CONSERVATIVE MP AND CABINET MINISTER, SAYS HE WANTS VOTERS TO FOCUS ON THE CHANGES HE HAS MADE TO RESTORE PUBLIC TRUST FOLLOWING THE REDFORD ERA. REDFORD RESIGNED AS PREMIER EARLIER THIS YEAR AMID REVELATIONS SHE USED TAXPAYER MONEY TO FUND LAVISH TRAVEL AND OFFICE PERKS FOR HER AND HER INNER CIRCLE.

ROD LOVE, A LONGTIME FRIEND AND POLITICAL ADVISOR OF FORMER ALBERTA PREMIER RALPH KLEIN, HAS DIED.
FRIENDS SAY HE DIED LATE SUNDAY NIGHT (OCT 26), A FEW WEEKS AFTER WRITING IN HIS BLOG THAT A CANCEROUS TUMOUR HAD BEEN FOUND IN HIS UPPER BODY DURING A ROUTINE PHYSICAL EXAM.  HE WAS 61. LOVE FIRST HELPED GUIDE KLEIN'S POLITICAL CAREER WHEN RALPH KLEIN WAS ELECTED CALGARY MAYOR IN 1980, AND THEN LOVE TOOK ON THE ROLE OF CHIEF OF STAFF AS KLEIN MOVED FROM CIVIC TO PROVINCIAL POLITICS AND EVENTUALLY BECAME PREMIER.

 

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24

AFTER ROUGHLY SIX HOURS OF BEING CLOSED, THE NORTHBOUND LANES OF HIGHWAY TWO NEAR BLACKFALDS ARE ONCE AGAIN OPEN FOR DRIVERS. RCMP HAD THE HIGHWAY SHUTDOWN AFTER A HEAD-ON COLLISION BETWEEN A PICK-UP AND SEMI HAULING TWO EMPTY FUEL TANKERS JUST BEFORE 5:00 THIS MORNING (OCT 24). MOUNTIES SAY A PICK-UP WAS TRAVELLING SOUTH IN THE NORTHBOUND LANES OF HIGHWAY 2 WHEN THE CRASH OCCURED NEXT TO ALBERTA DOWNS RACEWAY. ONCE ON SCENE, POLICE FOUND THE PICK-UP IN FLAMES IN THE EAST DITCH AND THE DRIVER OUTSIDE SUFFERING FROM NON-LIFE THREATENING INJURIES. THE SEMI DRIVER WASN'T HURT BUT WAS SHAKEN UP. THE INVESTIGATION CONTINUES.

ONE OF THREE PEOPLE CHARGED IN A CENTRAL ALBERTA MURDER LAST YEAR WILL GO TO TRIAL IN 2016. 29 YEAR OLD TROY CRIER OF MASKWACIS IS CHARGED WITH FIRST DEGREE MURDER IN THE DEATH OF 51 YEAR OLD WINSTON CRIER OF THE SAMSON CREE FIRST NATION WHO WAS FOUND DEAD IN A RURAL AREA OF THE MONTANA CREE NATION IN MAY OF LAST YEAR. CRIER WILL HAVE A TRIAL IN WETASKIWIN COURT BEGINNING JANUARY 18TH OF 2016. HIS TWO CO-ACCUSED WILL HAVE PRELIMINARY HEARINGS IN DECEMBER TO SEE IF THEIR CASES HAVE ENOUGH EVIDENCE TO GO TO TRIAL. 27 YEAR OLD NIKKI SADDLEBACK AND 28 YEAR OLD CLIFFORD SOOSAY, BOTH OF MASKWACIS ARE ALSO CHARGED WITH FIRST DEGREE MURDER.

INNISFAIL RCMP ALLEGE THAT A WORKER AT A GAS STATION IN PENHOLD WHO WAS ROBBED THIS SUMMER WAS ACTUALLY PART OF THE CRIME.  ON AUGUST 7TH, POLICE WERE TOLD A MAN ENTERED THE CENTEX GAS STATION AND DEMANDED CASH FROM THE LONE FEMALE EMPLOYEE. THE WORKER COMPLIED WITH THE SUSPECT'S DEMANDS AND THE CULPRIT LEFT WITHOUT INCIDENT.  A 30-YEAR-OLD WOMAN HAS BEEN CHARGED AS AN ACCOMPLICE TO THE THEFT, AND POLICE ARE STILL SEARCHING FOR THE MALE SUSPECT. IF YOU HAVE ANY INFORMATION CALL THE RCMP OR CRIMESTOPPERS.

 

 

 



 


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