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Raiders poised to handle expectations this season

The Lindsay Thurber Raiders learned a little something about expectations during the 2013 Central Alberta High School Football season. They went into the campaign hoping to push the Hunting Hills Lightning for top spot, but struggled against rivals Notre Dame and Rocky Mountain House, ultimately losing in the first round of provincials to the Salisbury Sabres. READ

First place on line in Stamps-Esks labour day clash

The lack of offence in the CFL this year has not been an asset for the games, but it is clear defence is king in 2014. The incredible overall team speed of CFL defences has been too much to handle for the largely Canadian O-linemen as they face a barrage of stunts and full-on blitz schemes designed to exploit their large size and comparative immobility. READ

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Should the RCMP be called in to investigate allegations that “false passengers” were booked on some government flights so that then-premier Alison Redford could fly alone?

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