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November 18, 2015

A Pat on the Shoulder . . . a Shake of the Hand

Nick Levert (left), Dave Houcher (middle) and Calvin Ferrier among other people lined up to thank veterans for their military service after a Remembrance Day ceremony was held November 11 at Provost Recreation and Cultural Centre in Provost. Veteran Bill Carter is standing at right while veteran Lloyd Ryan of Macklin is sitting in foreground. ©Provost News Photo.
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• Veterans Remembered for Sacrifices Made to Defend Nation

• Christmas Hamper Project Being Planned Again

• Employment/Careers

• Local MP Reacts to Federal Plan to Ban Tankers on B.C. North Coast

• RCMP Investigate More Thefts, Damages

• Alberta Beef Producers Elect Delegates

• Fourth Generation Pastor Ordained in Provost Church

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November 18 edition of The Provost News for their answers.
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