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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 30, 2015, Lethbridge, AlbertaStarts april 1st aug Wolog first a it Iid us Varndy educated clinician offer ends March 31st, 2015 Cadillac ats and Purchase for $39,998 or lease for $0 Down payment $209�?� biweekly for 36 months Cadillac sex and Purchase for s48,998 or lease for $0 Down payment $292 biweekly for 48 months once includes no charge Awo drive Bonus and $1000 loyalty of requires ownership of 1999 or newer car or truck a payments sutner.1 to get i on 20,000km per year. Qac1 9�� Finan wig of terms up to fio months 9% leasing lot 36 months on ats and 48 Mon son sex uni. #20 4031 4 Avenue South left bring a8 tu-413 0uv�n�t Ioc axiom wire Awty f9ee it Kim i 403 394-9903 w a we jmj cd monday. March 30,2015 Price $1.25 plus get in Stock jewellery Foster amp sons jewellers 622 3�?T1 Avenue South lethbridge403.327.4429 rough Landing passengers and Crew survive crash Landing at Halifax Airport sunday morning a see 61lethbridge est Calgary stays in thick of Chase Bouma scores twice in huge Victory Over Nashville a see sports no charge All wheel drive for All types of conditions plus get 0.9% finance lease rates Herald photo by Tirana Martin Jason Struthers helps hts son Coen 4, get a better look at Mark Messier and Darcy Tucker during the Scotia Bank hot stove As part of the Rogers Hometown hockey tour outside the Enax Centre sunday 95225 87909 a business and crossword b7 Community a7 directory a7 Hometown a3-4 lotteries a2 sports b3-6 weather classifieds b8-1q comics b7 deaths b8 television amp ent a9 headline news b1-2 opinion forum a6 theatre movies a9for great savings and convenience talk to our Lethbridge Herald circulation specialists today about Home delivery. Call us at 403-327-5511 love of the game hockey fans Brave blustery winds to take in Hometown hockey tour Celebration Tijana Martin Lethbridge Herald i he Rogers Hometown hockey tour faced its share of setbacks this weekend. A al. The festival took place in the parking lot of the Enax Centre and was initially planned As a two Day event but saturdays activities were cancelled due to High winds. However Lethbridge residents Are used to a Putli wind and it was evident sunday As hundreds braved the Strong gusts to be part of the excitement a until just before 4 p.m., when it was announced that High winds was forcing the cancellation of the remainder of the events. Prior to the cancellations hundreds had hockey to the festival. A a it a a Little Breezy but its hockey. Some of the gods Are Here like Mark Messier and Darcy Tucker Quot said Kelsey Dortman who attended the event with his nine year old daughter Emery. A huge crowd gathered in the afternoon for the Scotia Bank hot stove to hear what nh1. Alumni Messier and Tucker had to say. Frank Galloway travelled from Calgary to attend the event and held on to every word the two said. Quot it was really Nice to hear a different prospective straight from them As opposed to hearing it on the news or what have you a said Galloway a a it a great to hear Messier talk about winning the cup and what its like to be a despite his Hometown Galloway wore his Edmonton oilers Jersey with Pride As he carried around hockey Sticks and old oilers Memorabilia to be signed. A a in a a huge hockey fan i love my oilers a that s my team. I just love minor hockey i love everything about hockey so supporting it is what its All and the love for hockey was a Mutual feeling amongst All the fans. Iickey themed activities were available earlier in the Day for All Ages and included a kid zone area for the younger ones. Although the event ended Early the live broadcast went on As planned. Prior to the Chicago Blackh Aviks at Winnipeg jets game Ron Maclean hosted a live broadcast from the sports net Mobile studio. Despite All other activities being cancelled a Large crowd gathered to see a Little piece of Lethbridge live on the big screen. Risks come with Isil Mission avoiding syrian air defences a concern Murray Brewster the Canadian press Ottawa How to avoid missile batteries and navigate defensive radar systems in Syria Are among the issues pre occupying military planners As parliament debates the merits of expanding and extending Canada s Middle East Mission. So far the debate among maps has revolved around the need for a broader military Mission in Iraq and the legality of extending air strikes to include that country a troubled Neighbour. Scant attention has been paid to the extraordinary nature of what pilots Are being asked to do and the risks face. A continued please see Page a2

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