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Council votes against webcasting meetings

Council votes against webcasting meetings

City council unanimously voted against webcasting its meetings, Oct. 17.
Nexen outlines plans to decommission plant

Nexen outlines plans to decommission plant

About 30 Balzac and area residents showed up to a Nexen open house at the Balzac Community Hall to learn about the decommissioning of the energy company’s nearby gas plant, Oct. 18.
City prepares for winter

City prepares for winter

While Airdrie residents are enjoying the beautiful colours of fall, the City’s roads department is busy planning for the inevitable snowstorms that are not far away.
Money flows back into school division

Money flows back into school division

Newly appointed Education Minister Thomas Lukaszuk announced Rocky View Schools (RVS) will receive $2.87 million back into its coffers, Oct. 14.
Money flows back into school division

Money flows back into school division

Newly appointed Education Minister Thomas Lukaszuk announced Rocky View Schools (RVS) will receive $2.87 million back into its coffers, Oct. 14.
Morton named energy minister

Morton named energy minister

Premier Alison Redford named Ted Morton, Foothills-Rocky View MLA, Alberta’s new energy minister, Oct. 12.
Library will host a video conference for non-profit organizations

Library will host a video conference for non-profit organizations

Are you involved with a non-profit or charity organization? On Oct. 18, the Irricana Library will host a video conferencing session teaching people how to apply for grants and the movie contains information about charitable tax credits.
Rocky View County gives Langdon $10,000

Rocky View County gives Langdon $10,000

Langdon residents may soon notice the community’s main street being spruced up as Rocky View County council approved a $10,000 Business Centre and Commercial Corridor Enhancement (BCCCE) grant, Oct. 11.
County rejects Springbank grant application

County rejects Springbank grant application

Rocky View County council unanimously rejected a $9,500 Business Centre and Commercial Corridor Enhancement (BCCCE) grant application from the Springbank Park For All Seasons (SPFAS), Oct. 11.
Bulletin board unveiled in Crossfield

Bulletin board unveiled in Crossfield

Crossfield Lions Club president Al Kenyon unveiled the town’s new bulletin board at the Crossfield Post Office, Oct. 13.
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