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Federal Election 2019 candidate profiles

For the upcoming federal election on Oct. 21, the Taber Times has done feature stories on each of the local candidates for the Bow River riding. Unfortunately, despite repeated attempts, the Times was unable to reach Green Party of Canada candidate Hendrika Maria Tuithof de Jonge or Liberal Party of Canada candidate Margaret Rhemtulla. The candidates are being presented in alphabetical order. Riding Profile BOW… Read More »

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Federal money part of a one-time doubling of funding paid to Canadian municipalities

By Collin Gallant Alta Newspaper Group - Medicine Hat Local municipalities are poised to get additional funds from a gas tax “top-up” that was written… Read More »

Bow River candidate questions

For the upcoming federal election on Oct. 21, The Vauxhall Advance submitted questions to each of the candidates for the Bow River riding. Unfortunately, the… Read More »

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Ninth annual Taber Pheasant Festival kicking off this week in region

By Cole Parkinson Vauxhall Advance cparkinson@tabertimes.com This week marks the start of the ninth annual Taber Pheasant Festival. The week-long event begins on Oct. 19… Read More »

M.D. council provides donations to upcoming Pheasant Festival

By Cole Parkinson Vauxhall Advance cparkinson@tabertimes.com The annual Taber Pheasant Festival is geared up for Oct. 16 to 26 and the Pheasant Festival Association was… Read More »

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Canada’s political fringe late to the party

By Trevor Busch Vauxhall Advance tbusch@tabertimes.com When it’s federal election season in Canada, voters inevitably tend to focus on the positions and platforms of the… Read More »

Three records to keep you warm this fall

By Cole Parkinson Vauxhall Advance cparkinson@tabertimes.com The shift to fall from summer isn’t always an easy transition, though the NHL season and MLB playoffs definitely… Read More »

Editorial

Albertans will expect the promised result

The Alberta legislature has resumed sitting for what it’s worth, for a hard-charging United Conservative government has proven in five months they don’t consider ruling… Read More »

Politics should not be like pugilism

A recent Elections Canada survey has found a majority of Canadians do not have much confidence in federal political parties. Monday’s leader debate did little… Read More »

Agricultural

MLA Schow seeing positive harvest so far

By Cole Parkinson Vauxhall Advance cparkinson@tabertimes.com While snow has certainly rocked the region at the end of September, farmers in the Cardston-Siksika riding are still… Read More »

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