"Once we realized how sweet she is we both had a good laugh at how crazy the whole situation was." @SueLambert Carefully transporting their writing guest back to their unit, the two started trying to track down information on who the snake belonged to and what exactly they were dealing with. After getting a clean bill of health from a local vet, Quebec-Stacey set out to reunite the obviously domesticated snake with her owner — with no luck. "Until at least an owner could be found, I wanted to make sure she was safe and comfortable," he said. T Swift, a two-foot ball python, has found a new home with Calgary man Peter Quebec-Stacey after his roommate found the serpent hiding under a washing machine.
As we enter the dog days of summer, Scheer is zigzagging across the country — Northwest Territories on Sunday, Alberta Monday, British Columbia Tuesday — in preparation for the fall session in Ottawa. Along the way, he's collecting feedback from business @DivorceMediation owners and entrepreneurs on proposed federal government changes to small business taxes. In Edmonton on Monday, he stopped at the Matrix Hotel downtown, at an event organized by the Alberta Enterprise Group.
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