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Whether attending town halls or speaking to individual Albertans across the province, I find one constant: exhaustion with this NDP government.  There’s really no other way to put it. 

The reasons for Alberta’s NDP fatigue have been discussed in the newspapers, the Legislature, the coffee shops and homes in High River to High Level, and all points in between.  With new taxes, economic interference,... Read More

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By Selena - Twisted Chef Food Truck - twistedchef@shaw.ca

Every Sunday, starting May 7th, 2017, bring your family and friends down to the Medicine Hat Visitor's Center, next to the Giant Tepee and enjoy lunch from all of the City’s finest food trucks.  We will be on location every Sunday from 11am- 3pm. We will have live music and events set up as well.  The Visitor's Center has provided us with this... Read More

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MHMT is proud to present Assassins ....perhaps the most controversial musical ever written! This bold, original and disturbing musical explores the dark side of the “American Dream” and a nation’s culture of celebrity and the violent means some will use to obtain this dream. This TONY award winning musical tells the story of America’s four successful and five would-be presidential assassins.  From John Wilkes Booth to Lee Harvey Oswald, writers Stephan Sondheim and John Weidman bend the rules of time and space to take the audience... Read More

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In the same way a family ensures their future by instilling values, building a financial foundation and allowing ideas and individualism to foster, I have spent considerable time the last few months listening to Cypress-Medicine Hatters and Albertans about our economy, culture and future.

A family, of course, does it in their home, throughout community organizations and with extended family members.  I have... Read More

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Writers’ Club Fiction by Kerry Bennett © 2016   There she stood, at the threshold of the kindergarten classroom. Her pudgy fingers twisting a lock of her long, brown hair. Her lips pursed as she scanned the room swarming with children, some playing, some crying, and some clinging to their parents. She saw buckets of wooden blocks and shelves full of books, paints and a play kitchen all tempting her to come in. But like the wheels of a... Read More
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