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Should we still Profile Former Premier Redford in the Next Edition of Afro-Canadian Magazine – Nelson Mandela Success Edition?!?
Alison Redford, former Premier of Alberta.
Source: Calgary Beacon
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We need your opinion, should we profile Alison Redford as a success story as already promoted for the next Edition of our magazine? Your thoughts?
Before your pick up the phone or jump on the key board, this is our take…
Success is not just about getting there but knowing when to leave when you get there.
Premier Redford’s resignation came as a big surprise to Albertans because she knows exactly when to leave the dance floor when the music is still on. In 2008, after being elected MLA for the constituency of Calgary-Elbow, she was appointed Minister of Justice and Attorney General by Premier Ed Stelmach.
She took the big leap into the dark and resigned from her comfortable cabinet position in early 2011 to lead a campaign to succeed Ed Stelmach as leader of the governing Progressive Conservative Party. This short leap came to an abrupt end on March 20th 2014 as it turn out not to be enough light to brighten her leap. She may however find enough light to re-leap her way back to premiership one day? What do you think?
9 Books on Show at Afro-Canadian Magazine’s Office Book Table
These are the 9 wonderful books we have in English and French on the Afro-Canadian Magazine’s Book Table and we know for a fact that this is just the tip of a huge ice berg of good books out there…contact us to share your books or come to our office at 8819 118Av Edmonton.
Name of Book
Coeur de Lionne
Guy Armel Bayegnak
Due Season To whom it may concern
Jalomi God has Renewed Me
Dahilia Joan Ross
From Lands of the Night
Tololwa M. Mollel
At Home with Jesus
Whispers from Yesteryears
Authority of the Excellent Name of Jesus
Humprey O. Akparah
The Amazing Power of Grace
Humprey O. Akparah
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Guest Speaker, Talent and Skills Development Project, March 30th, 2014 at Afro-Canadian Magazine Office, 8819 118AvJudy Stelck, General Manager, began running TIX on the Square in 2000 after completing the Arts Administration program at MacEwan University. She has a banking background and a love of the arts that makes her a great administrator for TIX.She has run the ticket booth for 13 years offering ticket selling and event promotion packages. What started as a small ticket booth in Chancery Hall has grown to a well-known arts hub and three years ago we added a store that features local artists – visual, performance, writers, music and more. She loves the Edmonton Arts community and is committed to two things: growing the diversity of clients that use TIX for their events and growing the diversity of the artwork available in the store.