Alberta at Noon | Jan 10, 2013 | 52:30

Thursday January 10, 2013

Terry Clovechok with the AMA reports on the winter road conditions. The town of Fort Macleod will be re-imbursed for money spent on a police training college. Shawn Patience is the Mayor of Fort Macleod. Chelsea Flook, with the Sierra Club of Canada, reacts to the possibility of coal mining in the Crowsnest Pass. Duane Bratt with Mount Royal University takes calls from listeners about the possibility of paying higher provincial taxes.

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