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Partial washout on Highway 93N

High temperatures likely contributed to the partial washout of 34 metres of Hwy 93N. Travel is now down to one lane of alternating traffic as work continues to stabilize and repair the section. | Supplied photo Scott Hayes, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter | reporter@fitzhugh.ca Icefields Parkway motorists can expect delays and the possibility of unexpected road closures after a section of the southboun ...

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RCMP advise safety precautions for water recreation

Parks Canada/O.Robinson photo Scott Hayes, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter | reporter@fitzhugh.ca “Dressing for the occasion” was just one facet of the public service message on water safety that Alberta RCMP issued last week. The advisory encouraged people to wear life jackets or personal flotation devices (PFD) while out participating in water activities such as boating or tubing. They will help you ...

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Artist of the Month: Marie-Pierre Flipo-Bergeron

Photo provided by the musician Marianne Garrah | Special to the Fitzhugh Q: When did you start creating? A: To be honest, I probably started singing very early. My parents always told me that I was singing everywhere I went. When I was five years old, I went on a lip-sync TV show singing a song from France Gall, “Ella, elle l’a,” a song about Ella Fitzgerald. I always loved jazzy, soulful voices. I remember ...

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Stargazing in Jasper ranks third, says travel site

You’ll be seeing a lot of stars after dark when you come to Jasper. The world’s second-largest Dark-Sky Preserve ranked third on a travel website’s list of best Canadian stargazing destinations. | Tourism Jasper photo Scott Hayes, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter | reporter@fitzhugh.ca Jasper has ranked as third on a list of the best stargazing destinations in Canada, according to a travel website’s Ins ...

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North Saskatchewan River could be Canada’s next Heritage River

People canoe on what could be Canada’s next Heritage River. A 718-kilometre section of the North Saskatchewan River is being considered for recognition to the program that encourages its long-term management to conserve its natural, cultural and recreational values for the benefit and enjoyment of all Canadians. | Métis Crossing photo Scott Hayes, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter | reporter@fitzhugh.ca ...

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Local musicians hosting fundraiser for emergency shelter

Jasper's own Sons & Daughter will be among the local artists performing at the fundraiser at The Stand Easy Jasper Royal Canadian Legion Branch 31 on Aug. 18. | J.Stockfish photo Jason Stockfish | advertising@fitzhugh.ca Local musicians will be performing at The Stand Easy Jasper Royal Canadian Legion Branch 31 on Aug. 18 to fundraise for the Yellowhead Emergency Shelter for Women (YES). The theme of th ...

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Council to consider other sites for sledding besides Snape’s Hill

Snape's Hill as seen from Willow Avenue in the heat of summer. | J.Stockfish photo Jason Stockfish | advertising@fitzhugh.ca While Jasper is in the dog days of summer, council decided to consider alternative sites for sledding besides Snape’s Hill due to safety concerns. For years, Snape’s Hill was a local go-to for tobogganing and other winter activities for Jasper kids and families. However, in 2016, foll ...

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Visitor shoots and injures black bear

A file photo of a black bear eating grass. | Parks Canada/R.Bray photo Scott Hayes, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter | reporter@fitzhugh.ca Parks officials are still searching for a black bear that had been shot on the weekend approximately seven kilometres from the Sixth Bridge trailhead. The shooter has been identified as a male tourist who is now facing several charges under the National Parks Act. “ ...

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Photographic exhibit showcases challenges of habitat for both humans and wildlife

Liam Kavanagh-Bradette’s photos show the lengths that humans will go to in order to survive. Pictured, a ship carries new vehicles to the far north where a community that started to serve the DEW Line continues to thrive but with much aid from the south. | Supplied photo Scott Hayes, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter | reporter@fitzhugh.ca A trigger warning might be necessary for “HABITUATE, ACCLIMATE,” ...

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Know Your Rights: Rules about shifts

Ginette Marcoux |  Special to the Fitzhugh Q. Is an employer required to give me days off on a weekly basis?  A. All employees are entitled to at least one day of rest each work week. If employers are not providing a minimum of one day off per week, anonymous complaints can be submitted to Employment Standards at esanonymoustipsportal.labour.alberta.ca Q.  What do I need to know about working spli ...

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