As stated by Wikipedia: "Fake news websites deliberately publish hoaxes and disinformation to drive web traffic inflamed by social media. These sites are distinguished from news satire (which is humorous) as they mislead and sometimes profit from readers' gullibility. While most fake news sites are portrayed to be spinoffs of other news sites, some of these websites are examples of website spoofing, structured to make visitors believe they are visiting trusted sources like ABC News or MSNBC. The New York Times pointed out that within a strict definition, "fake news" on the Internet referred to a fictitious article which was fabricated with the deliberate motivation to defraud readers, generally with the goal of profiting through clickbait. PolitiFact described fake news as fabricated content designed to fool readers and subsequently made viral through the Internet to crowds that increase its dissemination." The following link, has a list of Fake News sites, compiled on Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_fake_news_websites
Take some great classic rock with Edmonton musician Loren Burnstick and his band No Worries. The Camrose Cruisers car show, is on Saturday. The cars will be on 50 Street, around the corner from the Windsor Hotel.
Be adventurous and run away to The Bailey Circus Camp for a creative and fun experience this summer!
builds strength, teamwork, coordination and confidence. Circus
encourages your child to be creative, have fun and develop physical
abilities and endurance.
The Bailey Circus Camp lead instructors
are experienced professional graduates of L'Ecole Nationale de Cirque in
Quebec who come from across North America and are practicing
performers, buskers and educators.
Their skills, experience and
sensitivity will help your child feel successful. Each skill area has
additional trained support staff.
Your child will experience suitable
skills from the following opportunities of clowning, puppets, rola bola,
juggling, aerial skills, unicycle, act creation, hoops, tumbling, giant
puppets and more. Skills taught at The Bailey Circus Camp are
appropriate to the age and capabilities of the student.
This camp is
appropriate for students aged 8 to 16 years and runs from Tuesday August
7th to Friday August 10 from 9 am to 4 pm daily and Saturday August
11th from 9 am to 4 pm with a showcase performance for parents, friends
and community at 3 pm.
Participants will be required to bring a bagged
lunch and two snacks daily. Cost per participant is $200.00 for the 5
Tickets for the Saturday Showcase are $15 and are available
from the Bailey Box Office. Five full days of fun excitement and learning for students ages 8 to 16. Register early as spaces are limited to 60 students! For information and registration contact the Bailey Box Office (5041 50 St, Camrose, AB T4V 0S5) in person or phone 780-672-5510.
CKUA broadcasts in the Canadian province of Alberta, the home of Ya’Gotta. They are also online at http://ckua.com and have their Android and Apple apps, for phones and tablets.
On air since 1927, CKUA is listener supported radio and has programing for all tastes, broadcasting from their studios in Edmonton and Calgary .
It’s Spring Fund Raising time at CKUA! Where ever you live, ,in the world, tune in and listen. You’ll find your favourite programs. Next join the CKUA global family, by making a donation. You might win some of the great prizes they are offering. When you make a donation, be sure to request a tune! Actually, because CKUA has an amazing library and has old fashioned announcers…you can make requests anytime.
Insurance Brokers and the Alberta Pork Board present EDMONTON BAND-AID
For Little Warriors 6. Over the last 5 years, Edmonton's music
community has raised $32,000 for Little Warriors by providing
unforgettable music and entertainment events. This year we're throwing
our best music party yet and we're inviting Edmonton's music lovers to
join with us in support of this great cause. This is the party of the
year! Don't miss out!