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Foster parents are needed in Medicine Hat and surrounding area. McMan Youth, Family and Community Services Association is looking for stable, healthy families to provide a safe home for children and youth who cannot be with their biological family. As a foster parent, you have control over who comes into your home. You identify the age group, sex of the child and special needs you are willing to take on.   Foster children are like other children and... Read More
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By: Drew Barnes - MLA for Cypress-Medicine Hat   As the New Year rolls in and the carbon tax is introduced to Alberta, the people of this province have spoken firmly and clearly in opposition to this new burden on their livelihoods and families. Thousands have rallied in towns and cities across the province, and this represents just a fraction of the estimated two-thirds of Albertans who stand opposed. Personally, I continue to hear from so many constituents who are very worried about what the future holds. Investment continues to... Read More
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Writer's Club Fiction - Kerry Bennett    “That’s a big risk,” said Joey.   Caleb nodded. They’d learned about the word “risk” in their grade 2 class last week and now Joey used it all the time.   “I put lots of... Read More
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Writer's Club Ficton - Lori Reinhart 2016   Lindsay started up the trail to the cabin and soon came upon the old weathered bridge. Just as she stepped onto the first creaky plank, a troll swung out from under the bridge, landing in the middle with a loud thud. The bridge shook and for a moment Lindsay thought it would collapse but much to her surprise it held. She breathed a sigh of relief.
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Christmas is about to happen. Soon we will go to our attics or basements and bring out the artificial Christmas Trees. But, are we sure that we don't want to have a live one? Of course, there is an environment matter. However, we can deal with this problem by buying a Christmas tree with roots and planting it in the garden after Christmas ends.

Good trees to do this with are spruce and fir. Both these species handle... Read More

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