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June 22, 2016

Man Protests Alberta Carbon Tax

Altario farmer Don Clark (top) stands beside a sign he had made which he loaded into a manure spreader and pulled with a tractor in this year’s annual parade (see other photo) in Provost on Saturday, June 18. He stated in a brief interview after the parade that the “carbon tax is going to break a lot of companies.” Clark has been farming all of his life. ©Provost News Photos.

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• Fewer Lightning Strikes in Provost Area Recorded

• Employment/Careers

• Abducted Woman Escapes Man With Gun at Czar

• Local Protestor Says Alberta Doesn’t Need Carbon Tax

• Tractors Pull Heavy Weight

• Army Has Display During Visit to Provost Museum

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