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Stellar Live line up at the ACMA awards in Red Deer January 19!

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December 19, 2018 (Edmonton, AB) – The Association of Country Music in Alberta (ACMA)™ is excited to announce the performers taking the stage at the 2018 Alberta Country Music Awards™ on January 27, 2019 at the Sheraton Red Deer Hotel (3310 50 Ave).

The evening’s performers will include all five of our ACMA™ Rising Star Award Nominee’s:

Karac Hendriks 
(also nominated for Male Artist of the Year, Single of the Year,
and Album of the Year)

Lauren Mayell
(also nominated for Female Artist of the Year)

(also nominated for Group/Duo of the Year, Song of the Year, and Song of the Year)

(also nominated for Group of the Year, Fan’s Choice,
and Album of the Year)

Trevor Panczak
(also nominated for Male Artist of the Year)

Additionally, the following nominees will be performing:
Krissy Feniak
(nominated for Female Artist of the Year and Horizon Youth)
(nominated for Male Artist of the Year, Fans Choice, Album of the Year, Song of the Year, Single of the Year, and Video of the Year)
Michela Sheedy
(nominated for Female Artist of the Year)
Ryan Langlois
(nominated for Male Artist of the Year, and Song of the Year)

The evening will also feature a performance by host CCMA-winnerAaron Goodvin who is nominated for the Entertainer of the Yearaward. It is sure to be a lively show.

Weekend Events

The 2018 Alberta Country Music Awards™ weekend January 26 – 27, 2019 will include:
  • ACMA™ Songwriters Series
  • ACMA™ Kick-Off Party
  • ACMA™ Fan Fest
  • ACMA™ Conference
  • 2018 Alberta Country Music Awards™ red carpet and awards show event
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Child found safe. Suspect arrested after Amber Alert issued.

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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

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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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