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Medicine Hat News (Newspaper) - March 14, 2015, Medicine Hat, AlbertaM Ain. 403 527 1101 c circulation. 403 528 5767 n newsroom. 403 528 news c classified. 403 526 sold City. A3 opinion. B7 sports. A11 classifieds. C2 comics crossword. B8 nation. A7 West. A6 world. A9 0 95225 87908 1 19 6 Good morning weather a4 phone us Index to the readers of the Medicine hat news including our valued subscriber Patty Mossey 1400 Strachan Road be 403 526 6228 wow. Markcity Toyota. Ca wow. Toyota. Ca 41227327 03/ 14/ 15 60 Mth lease @ 1.49, $ 2000 Down 60 Mth lease @ 1.99, $ 2000 Down 60 Mth lease @ 2.99, $ 2000 Down 2015 Venza v6, " All wheel drive 2015 Tundra crewman sr5, 5.7l, 4x4 2015 rav4 " All wheel drive $ 187 Semi Mth tax $ 223 Semi Mth tax $ 140 Semi Mth tax $ 1.25 plus get $ 1.43 Friday saturday m Medicine a news. Com crime Hatter arrested charged with 18 year old Edmonton murder a3 sports tigers thumped in Cranbrook a11 saturday March 14, 2015 Gillian Slade Glade Medicine agnews. Com twitter Mongil Linslade a larger Fleet of ambulances and six additional emergency medical technicians will soon be responding to emergency Calls in Medicine hat Alberta health services announced Friday. Another Basic life support bus ambulance has been added and the additional Ems will Start april 1, responding to approximately 700 Calls to 911 in this City every month. Since the fall of 2014, we have been working on addressing the increases in ambulance Call volumes says Sean Chilton chief zone officer for has South zone. By reallocating some current resources we Are Able to add resources that will meet Peak Call volume demands in the Community and provide the right level of care for patient needs. The reallocation involved changing vacancies that had existed for paramedics. We had vacancies for paramedics and those have been converted into these positions said Sandy Halldorson executive director of operations Ems has South zone. The local Ems service will have three ambulances available 24/ 7 and six instead of five available during the Day monday to Friday. The new bus ambulance will handle transfers of patients who need to lie Down and require additional medical support. Patients who Are Able to sit in a vehicle Are transferred in a minivan called Nat vans and one of these will be stationed in Medicine hat starting in april. The Nat Van will be staffed with two new emergency medical responders emr. See Nat Page a2 More ambulances Ems for the hat Medicine hat news the local target store will be among the first closed by the u. S. Retailer which asked for court Protection from creditors last month. But court wrangling Over the lease on the 100,000 Square foot space at the Medicine hat mall May take More time. On Friday the retailer announced it will shut 16 locations permanently on March 22, including the Medicine hat outlet. It is the first wave of 133 store closures that will eliminate 17,000 jobs in total when All is said and done. Officials with the Medicine hat mall told the news on Friday that its owner primaries management inc., is still working on the court action to determine the malls rights in reference to the lease. That will determine How and when the recently remodeler Wing of the mall can be re marketed or filled by another retailer. Primaries a nationwide real estate investment Trust was not among several Large landlords to reach a Purchase agreement with target Canada last week. See All thatus Page a2 target Medicine hat closing its doors next week the Canadian press Edmonton an associate minister has agreed to step out of the Alberta Cabinet while allegations of bribery and tampering with nomination papers Are investigated Premier Jim Prentice said Friday. Meanwhile a second set of allegations also surfaced Friday regarding a conservative nomination in a separate constituency. In the first Case Media reports alleged that Naresh Bhardwaj associate minister for persons with disabilities offered a bribe to undermine the nomination papers of a rival. Balraj Manhas was to run against Bhardwaj for the progressive conservative nomination in the Edmonton Ellerslie constituency. The reports detailed the claims of a Manhas supporter Balbir Sidhu who says he was offered $ 10,000 to say that his name had improperly appeared on the nomination papers of Manhas. Another Manhas supporter Bilal Ali says he was misled by Bhardwaj to sign a document making similar claims. Bhardwaj vehemently denied the allegations and said he has hired a lawyer to Challenge them. I intend to completely Clear my name he said in a written statement released to the Media Friday. Out of my respect for the Premier and my Cabinet colleagues who must be Able to focus on the very important matters in front of them i have offered to step away from the Cabinet table both so there is no inappropriate reflection of this matter on my Cabinet colleagues and so that i have maximum time to work on these matters with my Legal counsel. Prentice said Bhardwaj will remain in caucus. While these allegations remain unproven they must be treated seriously Prentice said in a release. The progressive conservative party has said it is investigating the allegations but the nip has called for an Independent probe. See decision Page a2 associate minister to step aside during probe news photo Emma Bennett s a n d y Halldorson e x e c u t i v e director of operate i o n sems South zone stands outside of the s o u t h v i e w drive location on Friday. Ladies and gentlemen. The beatles Well sort of news photo Charles Lefebvre the cast of the beatles tribute show let it be performs " i want to hold your hand for a sold out crowd at the Esplanade Friday night. News photo Emma Bennett target Canada will close 16 locations next week including the store in Medicine hat. Naresh Bhardwaj

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