Sunday, Sept. 15, 2002 Picnic from 1-3 pm, Music from 2-5 pm Join us, support the Parkland Institute, enjoy great food, great music and a beautiful location! INFOLINE: 492-0417 Musicians: The McDades … Terry McDade, Solon McDade, Jermiah McDade and Shannon Johnson, Lionel Rault, Ron Rault, Stewart McDougall, Kenny Chalmers, Jef Bradshaw. New and original… Read more »
Athabasca University Students’ Union is in the process of establishing an AU Graduate Students’ Association. Here’s a sampling of benefits of belonging to a Graduate Students’ Association: Â· Graduate student representation on University Committees Â· University and government advocacy and lobbying Â· Affiliation with provincial and national graduate students’ organizations Â· Assistance with university/student dispute… Read more »
FOR SALE: 1986 Chrysler Le Baron GTS [5 door] – burgundy, good interior with velour bucket seats and digital dash panel. New brakes/pads/shoes, cooling system and hoses, battery and engine coil. 162,000 kms. $900. Call (403) 273-9434 in Calgary.
The Alberta Child Health Benefit (ACHB) provides children in low-income families with free: Â· Dental care Â· Prescription drugs Â· Eyewear Â· Emergency ambulance services Â· Essential diabetic supplies More families are now eligible for coverage through the ACHB because of increased income eligibility levels, which took effect July 1, 2002. These income levels are… Read more »
Our hostel opened June 1, 2001 right in downtown Banff. Formerly the Woodland Village Inn, we are a unique hostel as all our rooms have ensuite bathroom facilities. We have a hot tub, sauna, internet access, kitchen facilities, pool table, tour desk, TV room, bike rentals, laundry facilities, lounge and a large outdoor courtyard patio…. Read more »
Event Organized by Latin-Canadian solidarity with Argentineans Days: August 29, 30 & 31st @ 3852 – 110 Street Infoline: 438-0635 We welcome donations (sorry, NO large items – 438-0635). Organized by Latin-Canadian solidarity with Argentineans. Proceeds will help fund the sustainable vegetable gardens that will support faltering school lunch programs, among other crisis-response initiatives in… Read more »
Many students may not be aware that AU recognizes prior learning and encourages students to use the challenge for credit process if they feel they have knowledge or expertise in a particular subject area. The process is not easy, but it is not insurmountable, and it can save the cost and time of taking a… Read more »
“Jobs vs. the Environment?” Get with the Times! That cliché has been recycled as more and more businesses, individuals and communities find ways to create jobs and protect the environment. That’s right people, welcome to Sustainable Times webzine, htpp://www.sustainabletimes.ca the internet site about solutions. We tell real world stories of struggle and success, and explore… Read more »