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The Amazing Race, Alberta Political Edition: can the Tories find their missing mojo? | Sep 30 2014 | David J. Climenhaga | The goal of the tight campaign window is obviously to help Premier Jim Prentice's campaign by keeping the opposition parties off balance as long as possible.
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Saskatchewan: The next frontier for P3s | Sep 29 2014 | Cheryl Stadnichuk | Canada has become the most stable P3 market in the world, several speakers stressed at a recent P3 conference in the U.S., and Saskatchewan is finally playing with the big league.
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In the midst of Ebola, don't forget South Africa's AIDS crisis | Sep 29 2014 | Gerry Caplan | In the age of Ebola, it's only too easy to forget other ongoing health crises like HIV and AIDS. But countries with large AIDS populations don't forget. And neither does Big Pharma.
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Calgary blindsided by Premier Prentice's flood mitigation plan | Sep 29 2014 | Susan Wright | Premier Prentice announced that he was proceeding with two flood mitigation projects. He'll divert the Highwood River to protect High River and create a dry reservoir in the Springbank area.
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