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Fort students helping children halfway around the world

Fort Saskatchewan Christian students are raising money to build a playground in the Ukraine. The Grade 3 students took on the fundraising project with the goal of improving the lives of children in the village of Prostore, Ukraine. While the study of Ukraine culture and ge...

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Petrochemical facility bringing thousands of jobs to the Heartland

A final decision has been made to move forward with the petrochemical upgrading facility in Sturgeon County. It is official, Canada Kuwait Petrochemical Corporation (CKPC), which includes Pembina Pipeline Corp., a Calgary based company has made a final investment decision to ...

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Edmonton artist named Alberta’s first artist in residence

Edmonton’s Lauren Crazybull has been named Alberta's first Artist in Residence. The Artist in Residence program is a Canadian first and was designed to have the government support artists. With the residency comes a $45,000 grant and up to $30,000 in additional funding t...

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Extreme cold to last a few more days

Much of Alberta remains under an extreme cold warning. After getting hit with 15-30 cm of snow over the weekend, February 2-3, much of central and northern Alberta went into a deep freeze. Environment Canada issued an extreme cold warning on Saturday, February 2, with the...

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Travel advisory issued for central Alberta

Some areas could get hit with up to 30 cm of snow by Sunday. Environment Canada has issued a snowfall and/or winter storm warning for most of central Alberta. Starting today, January 31, heavy snowfall is expected to make its way across the province. Areas could get hit wi...

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Mental health matters

Today is Bell Let's Talk Day 2019. The hashtag #BellLetsTalk is trending all over social media and this initiative last year resulted in Bell committing almost $7M more for mental health. In conjunction with this awareness day, ThreeSixty wanted to provide you with mental...

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Alberta organizations to receive anti-racism community grants

33 organizations will benefit from anti-racism grants from the Alberta Government. This is a first for the province, which will distribute the grants to create greater awareness and cross-cultural understanding to reduce racism. These grants were a key recommendation from the...

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