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Howard May

Howard May

Howard was a journalist with the Calgary Herald and with the Abbotsford Times in BC, where he won a BC/Yukon Community Newspaper Association award for best outdoor writing.

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Recent Work by Howard

Photos: Albertan captures total eclipse in New Brunswick

Photos: Albertan captures total eclipse in New Brunswick

Here's what the total eclipse looked like in New Brunswick.
Girl Guide camp water licence transfer will allow Southern Alberta town to grow

Girl Guide camp water licence transfer will allow Southern Alberta town to grow

Cochrane was set to reach the maximum of it's water licence allocation within five years
RCMP warn of possible traffic slowdowns on Hwy 1 west of Calgary

RCMP warn of possible traffic slowdowns on Hwy 1 west of Calgary

Cochrane RCMP are advising motorists to use caution along Hwy. 1 west as an ongoing carbon tax protest continues today. There may be ongoing traffic delays throughout the day.
PHOTOS: Gas tax protesters slow Trans-Canada to one lane west of Calgary

PHOTOS: Gas tax protesters slow Trans-Canada to one lane west of Calgary

'Axe the Tax' protesters are next to Highway 1 west of Calgary
Alberta not at emergency level yet in drought watch says Environment official

Alberta not at emergency level yet in drought watch says Environment official

Alberta Environment has moved to Stage 4 of 5 possible stages but has not yet declared an Emergency under the Water Act.
Man who inspired 'Fly Away Home' film speaks at Alberta wildlife symposium

Man who inspired 'Fly Away Home' film speaks at Alberta wildlife symposium

Wearing mock bird costumes while running around making engine noises aimed at luring chicks to imprint is something Duff said should be done in the privacy of a backyard.
Water experts prepare for serious Alberta drought this summer

Water experts prepare for serious Alberta drought this summer

Water management experts met in Cochrane to prepare for upcoming drought in Alberta
Heat pumps now a viable alternative in Alberta, says home heating expert

Heat pumps now a viable alternative in Alberta, says home heating expert

Cold climates are seeing a resurgent attention on heat pumps, due in part to technological advances that have finally allowed them to perform in cold temperatures.
Today is the last day to apply for the federal Greener Homes grant

Today is the last day to apply for the federal Greener Homes grant

Want a greener home with federal financial assistance? Application deadline is today for the Federal Greener Homes grants.
Sentencing hearing bumped two weeks for man accused in Alberta Uber driver murder

Sentencing hearing bumped two weeks for man accused in Alberta Uber driver murder

Robert Daignault, the third member of the trio involved in a botched robbery that started in Calgary and ended on a remote rural road near the Springbank airport four years ago had his sentencing hearing postponed Wednesday in Calgary
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