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Win a free trip to Calgary, Alberta. The Vancouver Board of Trade (British Columbia, Canada, the province west of Alberta, and known as the province that hates Alberta) is flying "supporters" of the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain Pipeline project for an all-expense paid trip to Calgary to show the movers and shakers in the Alberta oil sector that some folks in British Columbia actually support the pipeline. When a reader sent me that link, I replied:
- hold out for another week, and supporters may get an all-expense paid trip to Hawaii
- hold out until May 30th, and supporters may get an all-expense paid trip to the destination of their choice
In a radical restructuring of Utah’s largest newspaper, owner Paul Huntsman proceeded Monday with cutting 34 Salt Lake Tribune employees from a newsroom staff of 90, along with the elimination of key print sections and some well-known writers who were read for generations.
After sounding the alarm last Tuesday, Huntsman — whose wealthy father, philanthropist and Tribune champion Jon Huntsman Sr., died Feb. 2 — enacted a drastic reduction in costs at The Tribune in light of what he said were unexpectedly sharp declines in print circulation and advertising revenues since he bought the Salt Lake City-based publication in 2016.
Too short. This is a good example of a song that is about a minute too short. Bob Dylan wold change this to a 12-minute long-play version. Play with a good woofer, or subwoofer:Along with cutting one in every three newsroom employees, The Tribune will eliminate its high-profile Utah news section Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, having already gone dark with its Monday version of the local news page. Remaining pages devoted to news, features, entertainment, business, sports and puzzles will all contract slightly.