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Peter Shokeir

Peter Shokeir

Peter Shokeir is the publisher and editor of the Zanconti. He has written and edited for numerous publications in Alberta.

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Recent Work by Peter

Peace officers may soon be able to conduct moving traffic enforcement

Peace officers may soon be able to conduct moving traffic enforcement

"What we’re proposing is not that moving traffic enforcement would become the focus of the department but that it’d be integrated into the patrols."
Council approves new wayfinding signage, allows scooters and skateboards on downtown streets

Council approves new wayfinding signage, allows scooters and skateboards on downtown streets

Council awarded the 2024 Wayfinding Project to Burke Group of Companies Ltd. in the amount of $36,802.99. It also gave third reading to a Traffic Safety Bylaw amendment.
PHOTOS: Jasper celebrates Canada Day with pancakes and parade

PHOTOS: Jasper celebrates Canada Day with pancakes and parade

Canada Day festivities included a pancake breakfast, a flag raising ceremony, Canada Day cake, a parade and musical performances in the late afternoon.
Gas metering station involved in grass fire near Edson

Gas metering station involved in grass fire near Edson

RCMP initially reported that a pipeline explosion has sparked the fire, but Yellowhead County later clarified that there has been no direct damage reported with nearby pipelines.
Grass fire briefly closed Highway 16 west of Edson

Grass fire briefly closed Highway 16 west of Edson

Police say the cause of the explosion is unknown at this time.
Pursuit buying Jasper SkyTram for $25 million

Pursuit buying Jasper SkyTram for $25 million

Subject to approvals by Parks Canada, the transaction is expected to close in July.
Council will consider funding new wayfinding signage

Council will consider funding new wayfinding signage

"The 2024 Wayfinding Project will enhance ease of navigation for visitors, including those with disabilities, by providing clear and consistent signage that includes the use of pictograms."
'Critical breaking point': Hinton sounding alarm over health-care worker shortage

'Critical breaking point': Hinton sounding alarm over health-care worker shortage

Alberta Health Service has stated that no physician will be on-site in the emergency department of the Hinton Healthcare Centre overnight from 11 p.m. to 7 a.m. on June 24, 25, 26, 27 or 30, according to a Facebook post from the town on Monday.
Jasper Aquatic Centre reopening delayed until July but no impact to renovation budget

Jasper Aquatic Centre reopening delayed until July but no impact to renovation budget

The delay is due to unforeseen supply-chain issues with the partition panels for changing spaces and showers.
Council awards $3.2 million contract for transit fleet facility

Council awards $3.2 million contract for transit fleet facility

Council also authorized administration to issue a request for proposals for the supply of three battery electric buses and associated charging infrastructure.
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