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The Voice: October 3, 2022

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Your Weekly Tune Up Improving Alberta’s driver licensing system Starting in spring 2023, Alberta will no longer require the advanced road test for Class 5 and Class 6 driver’s licences. Albertans who successfully complete a 24-month probationary period will automatically qualify for their full Class 5 or Class 6 driver’s licence and save $150 by…

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The Voice: September 26th, 2022

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Your Weekly Tune Up Photo by Erik Mclean Fuel tax savings quarterly update For the next three months, Albertans will continue to benefit from the province’s fuel tax relief program. Effective Oct. 1, Albertans will save 8.5 cents on every litre of gas and diesel every time they fill up at the pump. View the…

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The Voice: September 19th, 2022

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Your Weekly Tune Up September 19th Declared a Provincial Day of Mourning Alberta has declared Monday, Sept. 19 a provincial day of mourning in solemn recognition of Her late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. An outdoor ceremony in honour of Her late Majesty will take place at the Alberta legislature at 10 a.m. on Sept. 19,…

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The Voice: September 12th, 2022

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Your Weekly Tune Up The government of Alberta is attempting to expand surgery access in central, and southern Alberta As part of the Alberta Surgical Initiative, Alberta Health Services (AHS) aims to schedule an additional 1,350 surgeries in the central zone and about 1,250 more procedures in the south zone, ranging from hip and knee…

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The Voice: September 6th, 2022

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Your Weekly Tune Up Alberta Culture Days and Artist Month Alberta Culture Days offers free, family-friendly events hosted by 104 government-sponsored sites. This year, the celebration will be kicked off with the province’s inaugural Alberta Day, complete with its own celebrations Sept. 2-3. Many of the Alberta Culture Days sites represent cultural groups, including Indigenous,…

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The Voice: August 29th, 2022

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Your Weekly Tune Up Local Lawyer Named 103rd National President of Kin Canada Medicine Hat lawyer, mediator, and notary public, Cameron Kemp, was named the 103rd National President of Kin Canada, one of Canada’s strictly Canadian service organizations which boasts 380 clubs and 4,600+ volunteer members across the country. Cameron, owner of Cameron J. Kemp…

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The Voice: August 22nd, 2022

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Your Weekly Tune Up Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park – from https://welcome.albertaiscalling.ca/ New campaign to bring skilled workers to Alberta Alberta is the best place in Canada to live, work, and raise a family, and a new campaign to attract talented professionals will tell that story. The Alberta is Calling campaign launched in the Toronto and…

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The Voice: August 15th, 2022

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Your Weekly Tune Up Removing red tape barriers to spur innovation Alberta Innovates has removed almost 60 percent of unnecessary regulatory requirements to support businesses and entrepreneurs. Through initiatives completed by the Jobs, Economy and Innovation ministry and Alberta Innovates, the regulatory requirements removed have cleared barriers to job creation, supporting innovation and modernization for…

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The Voice: August 8th, 2022

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Your Weekly Tune Up Government of Alberta talks about the potential future of policing Currently, a number of municipalities and First Nations have their own police services and others are exploring the possibility of setting up their own. Alberta’s government supports this work and has established a grant to support municipalities and First Nations as they explore…

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The Voice: August 2nd, 2022

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Your Weekly Tune Up Medicine Hat Stampede Organizers Celebrate Success After two years of limited operations, the Medicine Hat Exhibition & Stampede returned full force this summer, as did supporters, Stampede officials say. As of Monday, official Stampede turnout numbers had not yet been released, but when interviewed Friday, general manager Ron Edwards said attendance…

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