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2016: A Year in Review
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On Jan. 22, volunteers helped bring a Hunslet Diesel Locomotive used in the Vicary Mine north of Coleman back to the Pass after spending almost a half-century in Fernie.
Before we move forward into the New Year let’s take a final look back at the old one and the ups and downs that defined the Crowsnest Pass in 2016.

January 13, 2016

The Crowsnest Medical Clinic and Turtle Mountain
Pharmacy moves to the Crowsnest Mall in Blairmore


The Crowsnest Medical Clinic and Turtle Mountain Pharmacy moves to the Crowsnest Mall in Blairmore For years, Crowsnest Medical operated out of two separate locations: one in Bellevue and the other in Coleman. But on January 18, the clinics consolidated operations and a new central location of the Crowsnest Medical Clinic was opened in the Crowsnest Mall in Blairmore. The community’s physicians said they had outgrown the two old locations to the point where some doctors didn’t have room to work. The consolidation also eliminated confusion for patients who sometimes show up to the wrong location for appointments.
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January 20, 2016

Stand Up for Alberta Rally held in Cowley

Stand Up for Alberta Rally held in Cowley Political groups angered by the Rachel Notley government held a rally on Jan. 16 at Pincher Creek’s Community Hall over objections to Bill 6, the provincial climate strategy and other NDP legislation.

George Clarke, founder of Albertans First, took possession of the word “kudatah” and promised a “celebration of democracy” on the steps of the legislature. “I fully understand a coup d’etat is a violent overthrow of a duly elected government,” said Clarke at the gathering. “I am going to adopt the word kudatah and I’m going to make part of the lexicon. It’s going to be a proper word that will mean the suppression of an elected government in a totally democratic fashion, which makes them accountable to the will of the people.”
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January 27, 2016

Old smoky comes home to Pass

On Jan. 22, volunteers helped bring a Hunslet Diesel Locomotive used in the Vicary Mine north of Coleman back to the Pass after spending almost a halfcentury in Fernie. The Hunslet was deposited on a set of original tracks just outside the entrance to the Bellevue mine. Riversdale Resources coordinated with Mammoet Equipment and Tripple T Energy Services donated personnel and equipment needed to move the locomotive for no charge. The move would have cost $25,000.

Check out this weeks issue for a complete review of 2016 stories.
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