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Jasper Treasures: Madeline Ungurain
April 09, 2021
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Madeline Ungurain with the 1958 Cessna 172 that she flew out of Airdrie airport in January. Ungurain went up to Jasper but couldn’t land due to the high wind shear near Jasper-Hinton Airport that day, so she turned around and flew back. It was a three-hour round trip. | Supplied photo
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A single mother of 10-year-old twin boys is slowly but surely gaining altitude as she works towards her commercial pilot with the eventual hope of flying for a living.
Born in 1991, Madeline Ungurain grew up the second oldest of four in Cambridge, Ont.

Alberta Fairmont offers 50% stays after "The Bachelorette" cancels shoot

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The show’s producers decided to cancel their Jasper Park Lodge shoot after Canada introduced stricter quarantine requirements in February, according to podcaster Reality Steve.
(UPDATE): Due to the updated quarantine restrictions in Canada laid out last week, I’ve been told “Bachelorette” will NOT be filming there next season anymore. Resorts in the US now being looked at, but they are definitely still looking at colder weather locations.
The pandemic has been particularly hard on the tourism sector by forcing layoffs or reduced hours for many hospitality staff, the hotel said in a statement to Daily Hive.
“We felt that the decision, while difficult, to accept a private booking was the best one for our employees. However, the private booking has now been cancelled and hotel reservations are once again open,” it said. “As we must always safeguard the privacy of our guests, details of the private booking will not be disclosed.”

Bachelorette in Jasper may be cancelled after new restrictions for international travellers

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EDMONTON --
ABC's The Bachelorette will not film its 17th season at the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge, a reality television writer reports.
Reality Steve, who initially reported the American show would cross the border for its next season, says Canada's new travel restrictions have scrapped the plan.
(UPDATE): Due to the updated quarantine restrictions in Canada laid out last week, I’ve been told “Bachelorette” will NOT be filming there next season anymore. Resorts in the US now being looked at, but they are definitely still looking at colder weather locations.
— RealitySteve (@RealitySteve) February 2, 2021
When asked if an upcoming television production in Jasper had hit a snag, Alberta Health spokesperson Tom McMillan told CTV News Edmonton the province had written a preliminary letter of support to the Public Health Agency of Canada, but that the project would first need federal approval.  

Mountain encounters: The many celebrity experiences of one 91-year-old Jasper resident


Mountain encounters: The many celebrity experiences of one 91-year-old Jasper resident
Albertans are buzzing with news that the popular TV show
The Bachelorette will be filming for nine weeks in Jasper, Alta., and for one resident of the mountain town, the excitement brings back memories of celebrities who visited the picturesque Rockies.
This week, CBC News confirmed the mystery surrounding a 65-day booking at the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge from a source familiar with the production, speaking on condition of anonymity.
However, reality show contestants pale in comparison to the stars Sandy Robinson met when the town hosted crews for movie and television classics like

Your letters for Jan. 29

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Enough blame to go around
Re: Kenney has to change course to give youth a reason to stay, Opinion, Jan. 27
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While Don Braid makes some valid points about UCP’s foibles, the blame for Alberta’s problems must not be laid only at the feet of Jason Kenney. While this province sits on billions of dollars of the most responsibly produced oil in the world, the feds prefer to see oil imported. The world is changing and going green. But as long as oil is still being used, and global estimates are forecasting usage will increase by five per cent over the next couple of years, why would Canada turn its back on Alberta?

Famous hotel in Alberta mountains reserved for nine weeks for private booking

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JASPER, Alta. — The Jasper Park Lodge has been booked out from the end of February until the end of April, but hotel management isn't disclosing who will be staying at the well-known Rocky Mountain . . .

Bachelorette bubble: Popular TV show behind mysterious nine-week booking of swank Alberta resort

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On Tuesday, the Post confirmed cast and crew would be camped out at the resort for filming the upcoming season of The Bachelorette

Famous hotel in Alberta mountains reserved for nine weeks for private booking | iNFOnews

JASPER, Alta. - The Jasper Park Lodge has been booked out from the end of February until the end of April, but hotel management isn't disclosing who will be

Bachelorette to reportedly shoot upcoming season at Jasper Park Lodge

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EDMONTON --
The Bachelorette will shoot its 17th season at the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge, the National Post is reporting.
The mountain retreat has 446 rooms, none of them are available to book on the hotel's website between Feb. 23 and April 29.
"We have a private booking however, as we must always safeguard the privacy of our guests, we do not share details about hotel reservations, meetings, or private events," a hotel spokesperson told CTV News via email on Tuesday afternoon.
Reality Steve, a television writer, tweeted the Bachelorette is filming its next season at Jasper Park Lodge.
I can confirm this. I had the Outlook Cabin booked for 4 nights for my wife's 50th Birthday and they JUST called me to punt us. I am pissed...

Case begins on N.S. shooter and farmers storm Indian capital: In The News for Jan. 27


Case begins on N.S. shooter and farmers storm Indian capital: In The News for Jan. 27
by The Canadian Press
Last Updated Jan 27, 2021 at 4:28 am EDT
In The News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what’s on the radar of our editors for the morning of Jan. 27 …
What we are watching in Canada …
Three people who allegedly supplied ammunition to the gunman who murdered 22 people in the April 18-19 mass shooting in Nova Scotia are scheduled for court hearings today.
RCMP have charged Lisa Banfield, the 52-year-old spouse of the killer, with unlawfully transferring ammunition, specifically .223-calibre Remington cartridges and .40-calibre Smith and Wesson cartridges.

Morning Brief: What to do about the Proud Boys

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Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Bill Blair takes his seat in the House of Commons for a meeting of the Special Committee on the COVID-19 Pandemic in May, 2020. (Andrew Meade/iPolitics)
Today’s Morning Brief is brought to you by the Canadian Construction Association. The CCA urges the Government to remove barriers, declutter the administration and approval process, and consider increased investments in infrastructure until the economy is firmly on its way to economic recovery. Read more.
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Blair talks Proud Boys: After the House of Commons voted unanimously to call on the federal government to identify the Proud Boys as a terrorist entity yesterday, Public Safety Minister Bill Blair said he would consider evidence from security agency intelligence before deciding his next steps. “Terrorist designations are not a political exercise,” he said.

Bachelorette bubble: Popular TV show behind mysterious nine-week booking of swank Jasper Park Lodge

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The Bachelorette bubble: TV show books entire Jasper Park Lodge for nine weeks
On Tuesday, the Post confirmed cast and crew would be camped out at the resort for filming the upcoming season of The Bachelorette
Author of the article: Tyler Dawson
Publishing date: Jan 26, 2021  •  January 27, 2021  •  1 minute read  • 
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EDMONTON — The Bachelorette will be filming its next season over nine weeks at the luxurious Jasper Park Lodge, starting next month, the

Bachelorette bubble: Entire Jasper Park Lodge booked for nine weeks of filming

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Bachelorette bubble: Entire Jasper Park Lodge booked for nine weeks of filming
On Tuesday, the Post confirmed cast and crew would be camped out at the resort for filming the upcoming season of The Bachelorette
Author of the article: Tyler Dawson
Publishing date: Jan 26, 2021  •  January 27, 2021  •  1 minute read  • 
Jasper Park Lodge and its pool are shown in the undated handout photo. Photo by The Canadian Press/Handout
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EDMONTON — The Bachelorette will be filming its next season over nine weeks at the luxurious Jasper Park Lodge, starting next month, the

"The Bachelorette" books entire Alberta Fairmont resort for 9-week shoot

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The Bachelorette is heading up north to film its 17th season at the swanky Jasper Park Lodge in Alberta.
A source with insider knowledge about the hotel and shoot confirmed with Daily Hive that the popular reality series would be setting up camp at the luxury Fairmont property for nine weeks of filming starting in February — through the end of April.
No room reservations are available on the hotel’s website during that time period.
Keen followers of the reality show already suspected the mountain resort might be its next location.
Reality TV blogger Reality Steve tweeted that there was “early speculation already” that Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge would be home to the show.

Mystery guest takes over Jasper Park Lodge — the entire hotel — for a nine-week booking

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Mystery guest takes over Jasper Park Lodge — the entire hotel — for 9-week booking
All 446 rooms at Alberta's iconic Jasper Park Lodge have been reserved for a nine-week private booking, but hotel management is keeping mum about the mysterious guest.
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The hotel won't say who will be enjoying the property for 65 days starting Feb. 23
Posted: Jan 26, 2021 1:13 PM MT | Last Updated: January 27
The entire Fairmont hotel has been booked between Feb. 23 and April 29 but hotel officials aren't divulging details about the nine-week reservation. (Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge)

A second chance for rescued food in Jasper

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JASPER, ALTA. --
Jasper's new food recovery program has proved a hit in the community.
Melody Gaboury, manager of the operation, said there have been plenty of donations of food from businesses in town since the program started at the beginning of November.
With a goal “to keep good food out of the landfills”, Gaboury and a team of volunteers collect food donated by grocery stores and a variety of other outlets and take it to the Anglican Church.
There, the items are organized and set out upstairs where they're available for community members to pick up.
“It's going well,” Gaboury said.

A second chance for rescued food – Jasper's source for news, sports, arts, culture, and more


A second chance for rescued food
Posted by: fitzhugh
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December 22, 2020
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Since its launch in November, community members have been collecting free food from Jasper Food Recovery, donated by businesses. Pictured: Volunteer Kat Wills at the Anglican Church.  | Supplied photo
Joanne McQuarrie, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter |
Jasper’s new food recovery program has proved a hit in the community.
Melody Gaboury, manager of the operation, said there have been plenty of donations of food from businesses in town since the program started at the beginning of November. 
With a goal “to keep good food out of the landfills”, Gaboury and a team of volunteers collect food donated by grocery stores and a variety of other outlets and take it to the Anglican Church. 

Jasper Treasures: Enid and Urb Rolin – Jasper's source for news, sports, arts, culture, and more


Jasper Treasures: Enid and Urb Rolin
Posted by: fitzhugh
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December 04, 2020
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Enid and Urb Rolin lived in Jasper for 21 years. They raised Diane and Bruce and were part of many community groups before moving away in 1982. The Rolins live in Kamloops now but have fond memories of Jasper.  | Supplied photo
Joanne McQuarrie, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter |
A job transfer brought the Rolin family to Jasper in 1961 from Blue River. 
For the next two decades, Enid and Urb, their daughter Diane and son Bruce made the most of this mountain town.
There are interesting synchronicities in Enid’s and Urb’s lives.  Enid was born in Ridgedale, SK, on Oct. 1, 1931 to Irene and Ernest Stewart. She joined Gerald, Lloyd, Wilma, Wilbert and Ross. Brother Earl was born after her. The Stewart family moved to Salmon Arm, B.C. when Enid was about three years old.

Support Santas Anonymous this holiday season – Jasper's source for news, sports, arts, culture, and more


Support Santas Anonymous this holiday season
Posted by: fitzhugh
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November 30, 2020
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Ashley Chorley, operations manager, and Pattie Pavlov, general manager, Jasper Park Chamber of Commerce pointed out the intricate detail in a gingerbread house created by the pastry team at Jasper Park Lodge. It’s being raffled off  – tickets are $5 apiece – and the draw date is Dec. 17.  | J.McQuarrie photo
Joanne McQuarrie, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter |
No matter what’s been thrown their way, organizers of this year’s Jasper Santas Anonymous program are doing their best to see that families have food and gifts to enjoy this Christmas season.

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