Know of any drivers who give the term “road hazard” new meaning? The producers of the reality TV show, Canada’s Worst Driver, want you to rat out red-light-running friends, cousins, husbands, wives, grandparents — or even the guy on your street who has trouble backing out of his driveway. Submissions for delinquent drivers who could be asked to appear on the show can be emailed until the end of March to firstname.lastname@example.org, or made by phone, 1-866-598-2591. The Discovery Channel’s hit show, now in its eighth season, re-teaching the rules of the road to one bad driver at a time through a series of challenges. Who knows? If Red Deer could produce Canada’s Worst Handyman, Johnnie Bachusky, why not the nation’s worst driver?
The Alberta Social Credit Party is inviting people to help formulate policy updates and work on a strategy for contesting the Progressive Conservatives in the looming provincial election. The party will be hold its spring convention in Innisfail on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the meeting room in Fox and Hound Sports Bar. Party leader Len Skrowronski said Social Credit is the only alternative that will bring back good government with a high standard of morals, ethics, social justice and economic democracy. More information regarding the spring convention is available by calling 1-888-SOCRED1 (762-7331) or email email@example.com.
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