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The new Royal Alberta Museum belongs to all Albertans, said Ray Danyluk, Minister of Infrastructure. It represents who we are, have been and will be. This is why it s important Albertans get an opportunity to see what their new museum may look like and to share their comments on the designs with us.
You know the story elements: Tornado, Kansas, Dorothy, Toto; then Oz, the Yellow Brick Road, the Scarecrow who believes he doesn’t have a heart, the cowardly lion, and the Tin Man who is convinced he doesn’t have a brain. And don’t forget the ruby red slippers, the wicked witch and the fairy godmother. Won’t it be fun to skip down memory lane with children and grandparents at this relaxed showing of a classic tale?.
“It’s nice to be able to come home within an hour and a half radius I feel, and be able to sleep in your own bed, be with your family and have that support that, if you’re in Halifax, and you can’t afford it, you don’t have that support that you need. It’s not just for us. We have a regional hospital here.
They could tell something was wrong and they quickly went over to help the woman whose baby was suffering through a medical emergency. Rebedew even lent his jacket to the woman so the child didn have to lie on the ground. They provided the woman with what help they could until an ambulance arrived.
The Scandinavians have long been known for their polar exploration so it came as a surprise to us when a Swedish woman named Annelie Pompe snatched the new free diving world record in the Variable Weight Apnea class in October. The smiley 29 year old rode a weighted sled 126 meters down into the Red Sea, then ascended back to the surface along a line. That’s 413 feet, underwater, with nothing but a mask and some flippers..