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2018 Alberta Country Music Awards winners!



From the ACMA™ 

The 7th annual Alberta Country Music Awards™ presented by Stingray were held at the Sheraton Red Deer Hotel.  The awards capped off a weekend of industry seminars and performance events. Hosted by 2018 CCMA-Winner Aaron Goodvin the evening included two secret pre-show performances by Alberta country greats Gord Bamford and Duane Steele.

The mainstage show performers included: Nice Horse, Drew Gregory, Michela Sheedy, Krissy Fentiak, Karac Hendriks, Ryan Langlois, The Prairie States, Lauren Mayell, T. Buckley (Alberta Music Special Guest), Trevor Panczak and Aaron Goodvin.

ACMA™ & CCMA Hall of Fame member Jackie Rae Greening presented both of the 2018 ACMA™ Hall of Fame inductees Bev Munro and Larry Donohue, 840 CFCW Alumni, and foundational builders of the Alberta country music community.

The event live-stream (presented by Jamboree for Charity) can be found on our youtube channel.  Official video and photos of the awards will be available on social media in the near future. Please LIKE our Facebook Page for updates.

Make sure to celebrate the winners on your socials with #ACMA2018!

2018 ACMA™ Awards Winners!

Male Artist of the Year
Dan DavidsonFemale Artist of the Year
Lauren Mayell

Group/Duo of the Year
Nice Horse

Fans Choice
The Prairie States

Industry Person of the Year
Carly KlassenAlberta Music

Musician of the Year
Mitch Jay

Album of the Year
Songs For GeorgiaDan Davidson

Song of the Year
“Don’t Hold Back”
Written by: James Murdoch & Darren Gusnowsky
Performed by: The Dungarees

Single of the Year
“Who’s Gonna Love Me Tonight” – Renegade Station

Country Venue of the Year
Ranchman’s Cookhouse & Dancehall

Talent Buyer of the Year
Calgary Stampede

Rising Star
The Prairie States

Radio Station of the Year
Real Country 95.5 Red Deer

Horizon Youth
Krissy Feniak

Entertainer of the Year
Aaron Goodvin

Video of the Year
“Mansplainin'” – Nice Horse

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Child found safe. Suspect arrested after Amber Alert issued.




Do not approach the suspect. Please contact the RCMP at Fairview at 780-835-4031 if you have any information.

 Description: At 9:45 AM this morning, 7 month old Jameson Sundby was abducted from his home in Fairview. Jameson Sundby has blonde hair and blue eyes, and is wearing a blue t-shirt with a star on it and grey sweat pants with cars on them. Jameson Sundby was abducted by his father John Sundby. John Sundby is 5′ 11″ tall and 230 lbs., brown hair, brown eyes.

They were last seen leaving a residence in Fairview, driving a 2012, black Dodge Ram 3500, Alberta licence plate C-B-F, 3 3 1 3. The vehicle was last seen leaving Fairview, in an unknown direction. 

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Premier Kenney’s reaction to Federal approval of Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion




Premier Jason Kenney reacts to approval of Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion

This was a live video broadcast of the news conference held by Premier Jason Kenney in the moments after the Trans Mountain Pipeline was approved.

Media release from The Province of Alberta

“We appreciate the federal government’s second approval of this existing project. This approval is an important milestone for Alberta, and for Canada. The decision was made on the merits of the project that is supported by the majority of Canadians. Approving the TMX pipeline is a step forward for economic growth and prosperity.

“But approval is not construction and, regrettably, for far too long this project has been mired in uncertainty. TMX has been through countless months of consultation and a lengthy and rigorous review process. The immediate test is the start of construction, with shovels in the ground and real progress. Success will be measured by one thing alone: completion of this pipeline.

“At the same time, this is just the beginning. Without TMX and other coastal pipelines, we are underselling our resources to the United States and allowing OPEC countries to dominate global energy markets. That doesn’t reduce energy consumption, but sells Canadians short, making us poorer.

“We should never have been put in the position of depending on one coastal pipeline project, which is exactly what happened through the cancellation of Northern Gateway and the death of Energy East. These policies are now being enshrined in bills C-48 and C-69. Both bills pose a threat to Alberta’s energy industry and provincial autonomy.

“Albertans continue to urge the federal government to listen to the provinces, job creators and the Senate on these bills to restore investor confidence and diversify our markets.

“We remain committed to fighting for additional pipelines, growing the economy and creating good jobs.”

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