Monthly Archives: January 2010

River Run Investors Meeting (Audio)

Audio: River Run Investors Got a couple of emails today about an audio recording that was done at a recent meeting of Bridgegate (River Run) investors that I haven’t had a chance to hear yet (busy day in real estate … Continue reading

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Join Together Alberta

Join Together I just wanted to give everyone a heads up on the Join Together Alberta Town Hall in Pincher Creek today, Jan 28th at 7PM at the Town Hall Gymnasium 962 St. John Avenue. These town halls are being … Continue reading

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RMR: Politicians Are Not….

…. the Kind of Tools Our Soldiers Need. Rick’s Rant From Rick Mercer There’s no doubt about it; Canadians have been very generous in Haiti. People in this country have given an incredible amount of money. But once again it’s … Continue reading

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Most Amazing Story

Bad Ass Mule A couple from Montana were out riding on the range, he with his rifle and she (fortunately) with her camera. Their dogs always followed them, but on this occasion a Mountain Lion decided that he wanted to … Continue reading

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Prorogue protests hit Harper

By Sarah Mcginnis, Calgary Herald Thousands rally across Canada against move to shut Parliament Frustration over the Harper government’s decision to prorogue Parliament spurred around 200 Calgarians to join thousands of Canadians in protests across the country on Saturday. A … Continue reading

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Calgary stages rally to protest proroguing of Parliament

By Sarah McGinnis, Calgary Herald, Canwest News Service About 200 people showed up as Calgarians Against Proroguing Parliament held a rally to oppose Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s move to prorogue Parliament. The Calgary version of the cross Canada rally took … Continue reading

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Harper, how do you like them apples?

  Never doubt that a small group of people can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has. from John Prince

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Yes We Care! (Video) / Calgary Rally

Calgary Rally “We’ve built tremendous momentum over the past few weeks, Ottawa is watching and listening. This is our chance to re-write the rules and bring about serious change in the way our country is run.” Christopher White _______________________________________ “Calgary … Continue reading

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CNP Election Predictions

Election Predictions 2010 This week’s Pass Herald newspaper lays out the future for the Pass, as the ‘old school’ would have it. In essence, put together a field of candidates to run for council in this year’s municipal election, who … Continue reading

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Polls Suggest Somebody Did Something Stupid

From Rick Mercer So how about those polls hey? For the first time in a very long time the Liberals and the Tories are essentially tied, well at least they’re within the margin of error. Now polls never tell the … Continue reading

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