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Two friends are bringing the world together one beer at a time.

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“Black or white, relax and have a beer”: These best friends had a simple idea.

So, they put up a few signs and it started a movement in their community.

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Best friends of different races invite community for conversation and brew – and a surprising star shows up

"Black or white, relax and have a beer": These best friends had a simple idea. So, they put up a few signs and it started a movement in their community. https://cbsn.ws/2AhKyf3

Posted by CBS News on Thursday, June 11, 2020

Red Deer Citizen of the Year Terry Loewen calls ‘defunding the police’ one of the most dangerous ideas yet

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Political Cartoon….

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With the Liberal government continuing to operate mock parliament and Canada like a dictatorship, my imagination drifted to a time when Drama student Justin Trudeau may have appeared in Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves….

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Justin Trudeau, as Caliph of Canada reacts to opposition to the newest Covid19 money bill.

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Edmonton Roman Catholic Archbishop Richard Smith announces the return of mass with COVID restrictions

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Edmonton Roman Catholic Archbishop Richard Smith

Religious services in Alberta have been approved with restrictions.   For many denominations this will only be the beginning of a very gradual return to normal.  There will be many restrictions to ensure the services are in line with provincial guidelines.   Edmonton Catholic Archbishop Richard Smith released a video to explain the new and likely temporary rules to Alberta’s 800,000 plus Catholics.

From The Catholic Archdiocese of Edmonton

Return of Public Mass (see link for full details

Archbishop Smith talks about the guidelines for the reintroduction of the public celebration of Holy Mass in #ArchEdmonton.Catholics may be invited back to Sunday Mass as early as June 7. Weekday Mass begins as early as June 1, the Monday after Pentecost.Full details are here: https://caedm.ca/PastoralScene/entryid/801/guidelines-announced-for-gradual-return-to-public-masses

Posted by Catholic Archdiocese of Edmonton on Monday, May 25, 2020

 

Downtown Wednesday Market returning June 3!

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