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Southern AB Crime Reduction team seek assistance locating wanted female

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Southern Alberta Crime Reduction Team seek public assistance in locating wanted female

Airdrie, Alta. – Southern Alberta Crime Reduction team are seeking publics assistance in locating wanted female.

Sarah Jane Doumont (32) of Calgary, is wanted on 43 outstanding warrants out of Airdrie, Strathmore, Didsbury, Olds, Nanton, and Sundre RCMP detachment areas.

Doumont is described as:

  • Caucasian
  • 5’11” tall
  • 126 lbs
  • Blonde hair
  • Hazel eyes
  • Scorpio tattoo back of neck
  • Four front top teeth missing

Some of Doumont’s charges on the warrants include:

  • Possession of stolen property over $5,000
  • Possession of stolen property under $5,000
  • Possession of illegal drugs for purpose of trafficking
  • Theft, forgery, misuse of credit card
  • Failure to appear in court
  • Failure to comply with probation order

If you have information about Doumont’s whereabouts, please call the Airdrie RCMP at 403-945-7200 or call your local police. If you wish to remain anonymous, you can contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS), online at www.P3Tips.com or by using the “P3 Tips” app available through the Apple App or Google Play Store.

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Business Spotlight: Capturing Life’s Most Memorable Moments

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Vannessa Brown is a professional birth, motherhood and family photographer specializing in the documentation of life’s “unplanned, unposed, and unexpected moments.” From a child opening its eyes for the very first time, to a father holding his wife and new baby beside the birthing pool, to a toddler gently cradling their new sibling on their lap, Vannessa is passionate about capturing the beautiful and fleeting moments of birth and life. 

With an academic background in engineering, Vannessa began to explore photography when she was pregnant with her son, and it was her research on birthing that inspired her interest in birth photography. Based in Edmonton, Alberta, Vannessa Brown Photography was officially launched in 2011, and after photographing her first birth in May 2012, Vannessa never looked back. 

As a photographer, each experience brings with it its own unique demands – for periods of up to 5 weeks, she has to be available at a moments notice, and it can take up to 50 hours to properly document a single birthing experience.


Photo Credit: Vannessa Brown Photography 

In the last 8 years, she has documented nearly 100 births in hospitals all across Edmonton, in birthing centres, operating rooms and midwifery clinics, as well as home births in bedrooms, bathrooms and living rooms. “It is an honor,” she says, “I am so grateful and thankful to the families who trust me to be a part of these life-changing events.” 

Much of her focus and creative approach has been informed by her own experience as a mother of two. From the moment of the actual birth, to the weeks and months after bringing a new child home, it is easy for special memories and moments to get lost among busy schedules and exhaustion. “You think as a mom, you’ll always remember, but you don’t,” she says, “it breaks my heart that I don’t remember all of the little things.” 

According to Vannessa, it is common for clients to be on the fence regarding birth photography. However, having been on both sides of the camera herself, as both the photographer and the photographed, “It is worth it,” she states simply, “these are details that are unique to each family’s journey. They are priceless.” 

In addition to birth photography, the packages offered by Vannessa Brown Photography include the Family Documentary Session, the Motherhood Session and the Family Mini Session, all specifically designed to capture life as it is. With a focus on real personalities and authentic family dynamics, Vannessa captures the moments you never knew you didn’t want to forget. Sessions can take place in your home or on location at a favorite local restaurant, park, or play area, creating real and lasting memories beyond the classic “Sunday best” family portraits. 

To learn more about birth, motherhood and family photography by Vannessa Brown Photography, visit https://www.vannessabrown.com.  

 

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408 Tactical Helicopter Squadron Training in Ram Falls and Area this Weekend

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408 Tactical Helicopter Squadron Training in Ram Falls and Area this Weekend

June 12, 2020 – EDMONTON, Alta. – Department of National Defence / Canadian Armed Forces

408 Tactical Helicopter Squadron (408 THS) will be conducting mountain flying training in Ram Falls, Alberta and the surrounding area from Friday, June 12th until Sunday, June 14th. Members of the public can expect to see three CH-146 Griffon helicopters operating from Ram Falls air strip, flying as far north as Nordegg, as far south as Sundre, just west of Rocky Mountain House, and into British Columbia’s Donald area.

Approximately 20 members of the squadron will be accompanied by two military-patterned vehicles travelling by road. No firearms will be used by personnel, aircraft or vehicles.

408 THS plans to be in the area starting at 6:00 p.m. on June 12th and leave the area by 1:00 p.m. on June 14th.

The Squadron appreciates the support of the people of Alberta as we continue to train to support Canadians’ needs domestically and abroad.

408 THS is based at CFB Edmonton. It has the principal role of supporting units of 1 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group as well as Joint Task Force (West) and is equipped with CH-146 Griffon helicopters.

More information about 408 Tactical Helicopter Squadron and their role is available at: http://www.rcaf-arc.forces.gc.ca/en/squadron/408-squadron.page

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