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Ellen Caught One Of Her Audience Members Stealing

Ellen DeGeneres caught oneof her audience members stealing, like, a whole lotta stuff from her show’s gift shop. Its a great video, but it’s also veeeery awkward to watch!

It all started when Ellen put out a big table of stuff before the taping, and audience members were told they could each have ONE ITEM for free. People obviously took more then one!

So, naturally, Ellen ...

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Wildfire Danger Level Low After Blaze Extinguished South Of Fort McMurray

An exploding target that caused a wildfire south of Fort McMurray – has landed one individual in hot water.

Forestry and Agriculture recently reported a fire approximated 35 km south of the region was caused by a human, blowing up a combustible object.

The fire has since been extinguished but the individual has been fined $287 under the Forest and Prairie Protection Regulation.

Area Information Coordinator for Fort McMurray Forestry Lynn Daina tells Fort McMurray ...

FMPSD Renews Nicholls Until 2021

The Superintendent of the Fort McMurray Public School District is getting a contract extension.

Doug Nicholls has held the position since 2013 and now he’s getting an extra four years tacked on – to continue the progress made by the FMPSD.

Nicholls has been instrumental in keeping the public-school board going strong and he’s excited that he and his wife will get to continue to call Fort McMurray – home.

He tells Fort McMurray News ...
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Christina Gordon, Dave McNeilly Public Schools Prepared For Grand Openings in September

Christina Gordon Public School will officially open its doors next week.

Soon after the school year ends, staff and teachers will move into their brand-new school. Originally, it was expected to open in September 2016 but due to the wildfire, the date was pushed back, eventually scheduling for the 2017-18 school year.

However, due to licensing issues, only the teachers and staff can go into the building at this time.

Principal Rick Thorne tells Fort ...

Sears Canada Closing 59 Stores Including Fort McMurray Branch

Sears Canada is shutting down 59 locations across the country.

Twenty full-line locations, 15 Sears homes stores, 10 Sears Outlet stores, and 14 Sears Hometown locations will be closing as part of their restructuring.

This includes the local branch in downtown Fort McMurray.

The RMWB isn’t the only Alberta municipality losing their store. The Edmonton Skyview, Medicine Hat, Grand Prairie, Lloydminster, Red Deer through relocation, Leduc, Sherwood Park, Cold Lake, Spruce Grove, Okotoks, and St. ...

Alberta Boosts Local Schools Through Classroom Improvement Program

The provincial government is dishing out $75,000,000 to benefit students and teachers for the next school year.

Of that funding, the Fort McMurray Catholic School District receives $706,000.

Meanwhile, the Public-School Board will receive over $650,000 and Northland School Division No. 61 will earn $268,000.

Superintendent for the FMCSD, George McGuigan tells Fort McMurray News they plan to make their decision by September.

"We want to have some things in place when the school year ...

CIM Golf Tournament Raises over $28,000 for Northern Light Health Foundation

Local health care is receiving a big donation after a record-breaking charity golf tournament.

The annual Canadian Institue of Mining, Metallurgy, and Petroleum, Oilsands Chapter’s charity golf tournament, CIM for short, was able to raise $12,800, the highest amount ever for the tournament.

CIM also matched the first $10,000 bringing the total to $22,800.

“It was an ambitious goal in our eyes, the first year they donated something around $600, 2015 was $11,000,” said Jessica ...

Wood Buffalo Sports Hall of Fame Set For New Inductees

The Wood Buffalo Sports Hall of Fame is inducting four new members.

On June 22, volleyball athlete Alwyn Piche, sports historian CJ Phillips, curler Lori-Olson Johns and Special Olympics advocate Ernie Kimball will all be honoured for their accomplishments.

Communications Board Member with the WBSHOF Robert Murray tells Mix the four inductees were supposed to be the class of 2016.

“We recognize an athlete once their athletic career is over because they’re still out accomplishing ...
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