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ENG: Andrew Skinner was born in Napanee and raised in the Quinte area in a military family. As a child he spent four years living in Germany when his father was stationed there. Once his father was released from the military his family relocated to Trenton where Skinner attended Trenton High school. In the mid 1990s he attended the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology in Edmonton, taking Avionics Engineering Technology. After working for SPAR aerospace where he worked as an avionics technician implementing the Avionics Update Package on the Canadian military fleet of C-130 Hercules aircraft. After the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, and the downturn in the aviation industry, Skinner joined the Canadian Forces. After finishing at the top of his class at the Borden military ...
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Blizzard that buried Maritimes and central Canada takes aim at Newfoundland
HALIFAX - A winter storm warning is in effect for Newfoundland as the blizzard that hammered the Maritimes on Saturday takes aim at Canada’s easternmost province.
Questions remain after Prentice grounds Alberta’s fleet
Alberta’s taxpayer-funded fleet will be grounded by early December, a government source says, but it may be much longer before the actual costs of the move are known. The decision to scrap Alberta’s controversial taxpayer-funded fleet came on Sept. 16, shortly after Jim Prentice was sworn in as premier. Since then, the fleet hasn’t been used by government ministers, only civil servants under a revised approval process.
Wildrose caucus changes party's course on minority group rights
The 16-member Wildrose caucus released a “binding statement” in support of equality rights for specific minority groups after the party’s membership rejected a similar policy proposal at its annual meeting earlier this month. In the statement released Monday, the caucus declared its support for the values enshrined in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and the Alberta Human Rights Act.
Live coverage: Calgary council debates the size of your property tax hike
With debate set to start Monday on a new four-year city budget, council progressives and conservatives alike warn it is more difficult than ever to hold the line on taxes while still maintaining city services.



 
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