March 2007 Archive

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March 31, 2007

Memorial Service for fallen EMT member
Michael Jolin who was killed in the line of duty March 11,
2007. Ryan Jackson / Alberta Paramedics

March 29, 2007

Alberta Premier Ed Stelmach pauses before speaking to
the media after his address to the Edmonton Chamber of Commerce at the
Crowne Plaza Hotel Thursday. Ryan Jackson / Edmonton Sun

March 28, 2007

John Ellens with the Edmonton Police Service says you
should shred everything you throw away that may put you at risk for
identity theft. Ellens put on a press conference at EPS headquarters
downtown Wednesday to inform the public about the risks of identity
theft. Edmonton Sun / Ryan Jackson

Greg Eberhart is seen through the glasses of Lynn
Otteson, both with the Alberta College of Pharmacists, as they speak to
Edmonton Sun reporters Wednesday about upcoming legislation that will
allow pharmacists to prescribe schedule 1 drugs and blood products. The
change will take effect on April 1, 2007. Edmonton Sun / Ryan Jackson

March 27, 2007

It’s still sweater weather — Left to right. Buddy, a
six-year-old Pomeranian/Sheltie, Griffen, an 11-year-old Boston Terrier/Yorkie,
and Jack, a three-year-old Black Pomeranian kept in line with their
owner Cynthia Christensen while out for a walk down 84 St. near 95 Ave.
Tuesday morning. Edmonton Sun / Ryan Jackson

Roy Flaman with Flaman (no relation) from Devon, AB gets
a Sovema tandem rake polished up for the Alberta Farm and Ranch Show
running at Northlands Agricom March 28th to 31st. Edmonton Sun / Ryan
Jackson

March 24, 2007

March 23, 2007

March 22, 2007

Solange Schau, 19, enjoys the warm afternoon sun atop a
ramp in front of the Hotel MacDonald Thursday near Jasper and 101 St.
Edmonton Sun / Ryan Jackson

Karen Allred, supervisor of the SPECT/CT poses with the
Royal Alexandra Hospital’s newest medical imaging machine.
Edmonton Sun / Ryan Jackson

Hazmat crew tests a chemical spill at a semi truck
rollover near 137 Ave. and Manning Dr. Northbound Thursday. Edmonton Sun
/  Ryan Jackson

March 21, 2007

Rev. Brian Kiely, Minister at Unitarian Church of
Edmonton.  Edmonton Sun / Ryan Jackson

March 20, 2007

NHL veteran Chris Nilan is has a laser light
introduction at the start of the Old Timers Hockey Challenge at Rexall
Place. Edmonton Sun / Ryan Jackson

Left to right. Michelle Clock, 22, Jaclyn Ellert, 15,
Lauren Pilder, 16, and Julie Shawchuck, 16 keep themselves warm under
the Canadian flag before going on the ice for the beginning of the Old
Timers Hockey Challenge at Rexall Place last night. Edmonton Sun / Ryan
Jackson

Eight season Edmonton Eskimos veteran and two time Grey
Cup winner Ed Hervey tearfully announced his retirement as a player
Tuesday March 20, 2007 during a press conference in the Eskimos’ locker
room. Eskimos Head Coach and Director of Football Operations Danny
Maciocia announced that Hervey has accepted a position as the Eskimos
West Coast (U.S.) scout and community relations assistant. Ryan Jackson
/ Edmonton Sun

March 19, 2007

Hooray for me! I’ve been nominated for two NATIONAL
pictures of the year! For more info go to
www.npac.ca and/or

Download the PDF

I’ll find out how I actually place for my Feature and
Illustration nominations at the awards gala in Vancouver at the end of
April.

March 18, 2007

Happy Birthday Chris!

March 15, 2007

Dustin Jackson with O’Leary Alumni high school tries to
put it in the net despite (left to right) Travis Tanaka (#21), Stephen
Wilkinson (#8), and Oierce Anderson (#9) with Central Memorial high
school getting in his way during the 4A Hoop Classic Thursday at Jasper
Place High School 8950 – 163 St.  Edmonton Sun / Ryan Jackson

March 14, 2007

Can you tell the difference? Dave Hut with the ecomomic
crimes section of the Edmonton police service shows a real and a
counterfeit bill under a black light during a press conference held at
police headquarters downtown Wednesday morning. Last year over 5,000
fake notes totaling $130,000 were found in Edmonton. Edmonton Sun / Ryan
Jackson

Dave Hardman, strike chair and teacher for 26 years
speaks with a concerned parent Wednesday in the Parkland Parkland
Teachers’ Local 10 strike centre located at 4401 28 St. Stony Plain. The
strike centre receives hundreds of calls a day as the strike is now in
its third week. After one phone conversation with a parent Hardman said
“You know it’s getting bad when they are crying on the phone.”
Edmonton Sun / Ryan Jackson

March 12, 2007

Grade 12 McNally highschool wrestler Marielle TerHart, 17, flips over
grade 10 student Ashley Gazley, 16, during practice in their school’s
gym located at 8440 – 105 Ave. TerHart was named outstanding wrestler at
zones and will be heading on to the provincial round next week. Edmonton
Sun / Ryan Jackson

Despite his new booties to keep him dry, Eddie, a
10-year-old lhasa apso, doesn’t look happy as he approaches a puddle of
water from the recent warm weather melting as he makes his way down 100
Ave. near 103 St. early Monday morning with his owner Christine Lamb.
Edmonton Sun / Ryan Jackson

March 11, 2007

University of Saskatchewan Huskies’ (left to right) Evan
Schafer, goalie Jeff Harvey (#31), Derek Endicott (#18), Brent Twordik
(#12) and Keegan McAvoy (#9) celebrate their 4-3 win over University of
Alberta Golden Bears’ last night in game three of the Canada West Finals
at Claire Drake Arena Sunday March 11, 2007. Edmonton Sun / Ryan Jackson

Alberta Golden Bears’ Cody Wasik (#11) and University of
Saskatchewan Huskies’ Brent Twordik (#12) fall over each other trying to
get at the puck during game three of the Canada West Finals at Claire
Drake Arena. Huskies won 4-3. Edmonton Sun / Ryan Jackson

March 6, 2007

78-year-old Tom Oliver gets splashed by 59-year-old
Jessie Emmons at Hardisty Pool, 10535 – 65 St. early Tuesday morning.
Oliver has been visiting the pool for over 30 years. Staff says the pool
sees on average over 150 patrons go through the pool every day before
8:00AM. Edmonton Sun / Ryan Jackson

March 5, 2007

Peacha Atkinson, mother of slain 13-year-old Nina
Courtepatte wipes a tear at a rally held in front of the downtown Law
Court Monday morning. The rally called for tougher laws against violent
young criminals. Along with Atkinson, the parents of Josh Hunt, a
16-year-old who was stabbed at a party in 2005, and Shane Rolston, who
was also killed at a house party in 2005, were there to show their
support. The families have already collected over 40,000 signatures and
will be presenting them to Ottawa to get the law changed. Edmonton Sun /
Ryan Jackson

March 3, 2007

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