WEEKLY QUOTE: It has been hard to be separated from friends and family during this unusual time and for our seniors, we know it has been particularly difficult, We wanted to do something that might offer some comfort and support and hope this gift of music featuring personal performances from talented musicians will lighten the spirit and brighten the day.Deborah Shaffner Eastlink CEO
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Today I was pleased to introduce and launch #ableg Bill 203 – the Pension Protection Act.
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A tiny-homes village designed to support homeless veterans is set to come to Edmonton after city council approved a rezoning of land in Evansdale.
The village will be the first of its kind in Edmonton and the second in Alberta after one was built in Calgary last November. David Howard, president of the Homes For Heros Foundation, said the village will house around 20 veterans and get them access to Veterans Affairs and individualized support plans.
“We’re elated, it’s pretty exciting for us, for veterans across the country and for all those citizens and companies of Edmonton that supported us.”David Howard, president of the Homes For Heros Foundation
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