Time is running out! Deadline for the CACAC 2019 Dream Home Lottery less than 10 days away.
CACAC Dream Home Lottery: Golf Giveaway Weekend Event – BBQ and 5 golf prizes up for grabs!
We invite you to join us for our Golf Giveaway event, starting today, Friday March 29th! In addition to the amazing Dream Home Lottery prizes, we also have 5 golf prizes that any golfer would enjoy!
Here’s how to enter – buy your DHL tickets directly at the home this weekend and be entered in for the draw of your choice. The more Dream Home Lottery tickets you buy, the more ballots you receive and the more chances you have to win!
Prizes generously donated by: Ponoka Golf Club, Ramada Red Deer Hotel Suites & Alberta Springs Golf Course, Royal LePage Network (Alberta Springs Golf Course), Whispering Pines Golf and Country Club, Wolf Creek Golf Resort. Prizes will be drawn Sunday, March 31st at 5pm.
We will also be joined by local radio stations throughout the weekend: Saturday, March 30th – Real Country 95.5 on location from 1-5pm, Sunday, March 31st – Kraze 101.3 on location from 1-5pm.
Stop down on Saturday for a BBQ from 1-4pm! Hamburgers and Smokies donated by Nossack Fine Meats, buns donated by Cobs Bread, and condiments and supplies donated by Tony Roma’s and Reid & Wright Advertising.
Buy your tickets this weekend at the Dream Home at 57 Larratt Close, Red Deer to get your tickets before it’s too late. Tickets start at just $35 with over $1.8 Million in prizes to be won! To purchase tickets online or for more information visit our lottery website: cacaclottery.ca or call: 1-833-475-4402
We need your help; the vulnerable children of Central Alberta need your help. All proceeds from the Dream Home Lottery will be in support of the Central Alberta Child Advocacy Centre. Every ticket sold supports the CACAC and is an investment in the promise and possibility of a healthy future for our children and our community.
CannTrust CEO warned of consequences of unlicensed growing: former compliance worker
TORONTO — A former director of quality and compliance at CannTrust Holdings Inc. says he warned the company’s chief executive that Health Canada could levy penalties if the firm grew pot in unlicensed rooms at its Niagara, Ont. facility.
Graham Lee says he told Peter Aceto he wasn’t sure what the exact consequences could be, but knew they were possible because Health Canada had previously issued warning letters and handed out penalties.
For example, Lee said Health Canada checked CannTrust’s inventory every day after it discovered the company using a storage facility at its Vaughan, Ont. location contrary to licensing.
Lee’s comments were made at the Old City Hall courthouse in Toronto, where the Ontario Securities Commission is working to prove Aceto and other execs are guilty of several offences related to unlicensed growing at the Niagara facility.
Aceto, former CannTrust chairman Eric Paul and former vice-chairman Mark Litwin have pleaded not guilty to fraud and authorizing, permitting or acquiescing in the commission of an offence.
Litwin and Paul are also facing insider trading charges, and Litwin and Aceto are charged with making a false prospectus and false preliminary prospectus.
The men no longer work for CannTrust and their lawyers are arguing their clients are all innocent.
This report by The Canadian Press was first published Dec. 6, 2022.
The Canadian Press
Kadri’s winner halts Coyotes’ comeback effort as Flames earn 3-2 victory
By Darren Haynes in Calgary
Nazem Kadri scored the game-winning goal at 15:42 of the third period and added two assists to lead the Calgary Flames to a 3-2 victory over the Arizona Coyotes on Monday.
Dillon Dube and Elias Lindholm also scored for Calgary (12-10-3), which has won five of its last six games at the Saddledome. Jonathan Huberdeau chipped in a pair of assists.
Shayne Gostisbehere and Jeff Chychrun each had a goal and an assist for Arizona (7-12-4), which has won just one of its last 10 (1-6-3).
Dan Vladar, starting for the fifth time in the last seven games, made 18 stops to even his record at 4-4-1.
Karel Vejmelka had 24 stops for the Coyotes in falling to 6-7-3.
Down 2-1 to start the third period, Arizona tied it at 5:50 when Chychrun snapped a shot over Vladar’s shoulder. It was Chychrun’s third goal in seven games since the defenceman returned from a wrist injury that sidelined him the first six weeks of the season.
But nine minutes later, Chychrun took a tripping penalty that proved to be costly.
Calgary regained the lead as Tyler Toffoli neatly set up Kadri, who notched his team-leading ninth goal of the season.
The Flames finished the night a perfect 2-for-3 on the power play, after having been in a slump, going 2-for-21 over the previous seven games.
Arizona went 0-for-2 on the man advantage.
Fuelled by back-to-back power plays early in the first period, Arizona held a 7-1 edge in shots at the 13-minute mark of the first period before Calgary started to tilt the ice in its favour.
After an extended stretch of pressure in the Coyotes’ end, Dube opened the scoring deflecting a Chris Tanev point shot at 14:13 of the frame for his fifth goal of the season and fourth goal in his last eight games.
Just under three minutes later, Lindholm netted a power-play marker for his ninth of the campaign.
The Flames piled up 15 shots in a row before the Coyotes, having gone over 15 minutes without testing Vladar, finally directed a puck on the Calgary net seven minutes into the second.
With Vejmelka keeping the visitors within two, Arizona cut its deficit in half at 13:53 of the second. Rookie right-winger Matias Maccelli sent a drop pass to Gostisbehere whose shot found its way through a couple of screens and in off Vladar’s arm.
Coyotes defenceman Juuso Valimaki, selected 16th overall in the 2017 draft, is the fourth Flames first-round pick to play against Calgary during its homestand. He follows Matthew Tkachuk (2016) and Sam Bennett (2014) with Florida on Tuesday and Sean Monahan (2013) with the Canadiens on Thursday.
Maccelli’s assist extends the 22-year-old’s point streak to four games (one goal, five assists). It’s also his 15th helper on the season, which leads all rookies. Maccelli is second in rookie scoring behind Seattle’s Matty Beniers.
Coyotes: Having not played at home since Nov. 3, Arizona’s stretch of 14 straight games on the road concludes on Wednesday in Edmonton.
Flames: Wrap up their five-game homestand on Wednesday against Minnesota.
This report by The Canadian Press was first published Dec. 5, 2022.
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