Who will cross the finish line first?
While a Justin Trudeau cakewalk in the Liberal leadership race doesn’t seem quite as inevitable as it did two weeks ago, most pundits still regard his win as inevitable. However, while discussing the relative strengths of the Coyne and Takach campaigns over drinks last week, it occurred to me there’s a fair amount of intrigue as you move down the ballot. Kind of like betting whether the Marxist-Leninists can beat the Animal Alliance in your riding.
With that in mind, I present the ultimate test for policos – the Calgary Grit Liberal Leadership
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The City of Grande Prairie is encouraging the public to take part in a process to help name the Third Fire Station.
This is the first time residents have been invited to participate in the naming of a City fire facility.
The two existing stations bear the names of historical community figures. The North Hall is named after William Salmond – an area pioneer – and the South Hall recognizes Pete Eagar – the first full-time Fire Chief of the Grande Prairie Fire Department.
“This is an opportunity to involve citizens in a positive, community-building experience,” says Dan Lemieux, Fire (Read more…)