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Sometimes one sentence can capture an entire movement. “Reconciliation Starts With An Act,” is such a sentence for the Orange Path movement. Launched last month by the Athabasca Tribal Council (ATC), the Orange Path campaign is a “national effort to raise awareness and support for reconciliation across Canada.” Inspired by…
Sep
14
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Adventure lovers will be delighted to learn that the Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival World Tour is returning to Fort McMurray on September 16 and 17 in-person. Hosted by the Wood Buffalo Regional Library (WBRL) the event will take place at Keyano Theatre.
Sep
07
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Like many annual events put on hiatus last year because of the pandemic, Wood Buffalo Food Bank Association’s Empty Bowls Festival is now returning in-person on Sunday, September 12 at the Fort McMurray Heritage Shipyard. The event will take place from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Aug
30
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One of Fort McMurray’s favourite events is back in-person. The United Way of Fort McMurray and Wood Buffalo is all set to launch their 42nd community campaign on Friday, September 10, 2021 at the Heritage Shipyard. The free public event will run from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The launch…
Aug
18
2021
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Leading provider of industrial and oilfield emergency response and safety services adds innovative confined space controls and air quality management to create unique suite of services
Jul
30
2021
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Content warning: this article contains mentions of sexual assault.
Jul
21
2021
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Sumaira Wajid was up early getting ready for a breakfast party about to happen at 11 a.m. She did not mind the early hours, and the fact that over 20 people would be in the house for Eid ul Adha – celebrated around the world on July 20, 2021. Her…
Jul
09
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It was a sea of orange and an ocean of support. Wood Buffalo showed up for the Memorial Walk in Solidarity held on July 7, 2021 in memory of Residential School survivors and the children who never made it home. The five First Nation Chiefs representing the Athabasca Tribal Council…

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