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Darren and I turned east on the highway after re-hashing the 5-3 Fort Saskatchewan win. Didn’t wear a face mask, and just pieces of leather strapped to his legs for games played outdoors in the 1930s. That was Keith Allen, who grew up with Dad in Meota, Sask., a 20-minute drive north of North Battleford. Allen encouraged Dad to try-out for the Saskatoon Quakers with him. Allen said Dad would make the team, no problem — but my father chose to stay on the family farm. When Dad was around 20 years old, he invited a few of his friends for coffee in the family farmhouse just southwest of Meota. But Dad spiked it with Ex-Lax, causing line-ups to the only washroom in the house. Dad couldn’t read a note of music, but played clarinet for decades by ear. “That was fun, and very special.” We went down the hallway to the door of our condo.“Tell me,” Darren said as we picked up speed and headed towards Edmonton, “about Grandpa Tait. “He told me one of his defencemen played for the Detroit Red Wings and won a Stanley Cup. “Didn’t you tell me about something he did involving Ex-Lax? His buddies chased Dad into the barn and he hid in the haystack, hoping he wouldn’t be struck by the oncoming pitchforks. “And how ‘bout that time you were travelling with him in New York City when you were a kid and you heard someone say a really bad word? “When you asked Grampa what it meant, didn’t he tell you to ask Grandma Tait to explain it to you instead? Dad and I were getting out of a cab at JFK Airport; the cabbie asked for a tip on a $5 fare and Dad didn’t think too much of that and told the cabbie, er, where to get off. Half an hour before we landed in Edmonton, he told me to ask my mother what it meant, making for a very quiet drive from Edmonton International Airport to our home in west Edmonton. Darren stopped, just before he opened the door and hugged me. He opened the door and my wife Joan was standing with a candle and a picture of Dad. Then Darren asked if he could hold my cellphone for me.
In fact, we are having policy meetings to see if lowering the voting age to 16 might sway the vote our way. Maybe we can figure out a way people can use Instagram to vote. I have cerebral palsy and can’t walk, which will help our campaign slogan. Vote Tait, a mayor who can sit down with anyone.” I’ve already got a few items on my platform. You see, I use a wheelchair so we won’t need a mayor’s chair. Having a disability, I’m going to try to give Edmontonians with disabilities more independence and dignity.Everything from your hearts' desires to inconceivable delights. Aurora Sky was already in development to target the medicinal market before the Liberal government’s promise of legislation.We were one of the last vehicles that pulled out of the Jubilee Recreation Centre in Fort Saskatchewan just after p.m., 10 years ago Thursday.Our son Darren and I just watched Game 3 of the Alberta Junior Hockey League semi-final between the Fort Saskatchewan Traders and the Okotoks Oilers. He played the clarinet in an “orchestra” in the 1940s.“You’ve told me a few stories about Grandpa but I’d like to know more.” My dad, Harold, was living in the Good Samaritan Southgate Care Centre and I planned on going to visit him the next day. “Honey,” Joan said, “your dad is gone.” Dad passed away at 7 p.m. Joan and Darren didn’t want me to find out about my father until I got home.
It’s been a decade — March 30, 2007 — since Dad passed away. And I also think of the incredible gift my son gave me, on the way home from a game he loved — hockey — and how Darren made me laugh …
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Now, with legislation being announced for 2018, the facility will be the strategic mother for Alberta’s recreational use of marijuana.
“It will be a hybrid greenhouse system and the first of its kind in cannabis production,” he says.
And after having a little chat with our son and grandson Monday night on the way home from a four-on-four hockey game, the idea seem to get more and more steam. I’ve had other positions, including sitting as a member of the Premier’s Council on the Status of Persons with Disabilities.