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Thursday October 06, 2011

A community in St. Albert is struggling with the fact that the constitution allows public schools to recite the Lord's prayer.  Some parents, such as Luke Fevin, believe that contravenes their children's rights. Luke Fevin comments along with Garnet Goertzen, principal of Sturgeon heights School in St. Albert, which suspended the recitation of the prayer for now. Health Minister Leona Aglukkaq has made some changes to the regulations for energy drinks, but not the ones an expert panel wanted most. Edmonton food writer Mary Bailey celebrates the Thanksgiving meal. Wayne Wood of the office of Alberta's Information and Privacy Commissioner, takes calls on protecting your privacy online.


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