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Such an arrangement should not result in an increase to learner benefits (i.e. Individuals who have been accepted into, or are taking, an education program that is funded by the AANDC Post Secondary Student Support Program (PSSSP), continue to receive funding through the Post-Secondary Education Program (PSE).

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She has medals for science, school spirit, sportsmanship and student leadership.Her dream is to become a coach and then perhaps a politician, like long-serving MLA Pearl Calahasen, the first Metis woman elected in Alberta, or even a premier like Alison Redford.(“Well,” says Willow, “not the part where she spends all the money on travel.”) Willow lives on Bigstone Cree Nation reserve, 300 km north of Edmonton.To provide various training and employment related services to the Bigstone Cree Nation membership and the surrounding communities of Wabasca, Desmarais, Sandy Lake, Calling Lake, Chipewyan Lake, Peerless Lake, and Trout Lake.Effective immediately, Learners who may be temporarily absent from on-reserve to attend a provincial training program, but retain a permanent residence on-reserve, may be eligible for continuing benefits. We want to thank those of you who have given food and money in 2010 to keep us running for another year.

This year we have also had many people come in with food from their own gardens, which was great -- thank you!

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(trade name: CCI Wireless) is a product of exceptional vision of nine founding partners. These same organizations recognized the requirement for delivery of another utility – broadband internet – to their regions.

Today, CCI Wireless has 17 shareholders, including 14 gas co-ops, 2 municipalities, and 1 R. The goal is to eliminate the digital divide for gas co-op members and all rural Albertans who struggle with poor or no broadband services.

The Hythe & District Food Bank is once again asking for your help as a number of items are needed to help fill the shelves and the hampers for this year.