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Riding breakdown: Cardston-Siksika

Jeremy Appel Westwind Weekly News New provincial election boundaries have eliminated the current Little Bow riding and split Cardston-Taber-Warner in two. Voters in Magrath and Cardston will be voting for the Cardston-Siksika MLA, while Raymond and Stirling will be electing a representative for Taber-Warner. The northern boundary for Cardston-Siksika is Highway 1, just north of Siksika No. 146 reserve. The western border includes the Bow… Read More »

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Riding breakdown: Taber-Warner

Gillian Slade Southern Alberta Newspapers New provincial election boundaries have left three ridings in the southeastern region of the province: Brooks-Medicine Hat, Cypress-Medicine Hat and… Read More »

Riding breakdown: Cardston-Siksika

Jeremy Appel Westwind Weekly News New provincial election boundaries have eliminated the current Little Bow riding and split Cardston-Taber-Warner in two. Voters in Magrath and… Read More »

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