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A Mennonite horse and buggy on travels on the side of the road near St. Jacobs, Ont., just north of Waterloo on March 31, 2012. Much like the past when pioneer families travelled west for farmland to call their own, two groups of Amish families from Ontario are heading east to till the fertile, red soil of Prince Edward Island and establish a new home. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adam Gagnon

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A Mennonite horse and buggy on travels on the side of the road near St. Jacobs, Ont., just north of Waterloo on March 31, 2012. Much like the past when pioneer families travelled west for farmland to call their own, two groups of Amish families from Ontario are heading east to till the fertile, red soil of Prince Edward Island and establish a new home. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adam Gagnon

Alberta offers rebates to municipalities, farms that set up solar power

EDMONTON - The Alberta government is adding another plank to its climate-change platform by providing more than $5.5 million to help farms and municipalities install solar panels.

"This is just the beginning," Environment Minister Shannon Phillips said Friday.

"By investing now in proven programs we will be better prepared to ramp ...

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