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Residents keen to maintain rural character: Task Force

Residents keen to maintain rural character: Task Force

, After an extensive round of public consultation, member deliberation and consultation with experts, the Reeve’s Task Force released its much-anticipated report to Rocky View Council, Jan. 25.
Bearspaw development rejected

Bearspaw development rejected

Rocky View County council defeated a rezoning application for an eight-lot Bearspaw development in a seven-to-one vote, Jan. 25.
Bearspaw family thankful to community after fire

Bearspaw family thankful to community after fire

It was a day that will be forever etched in the minds of the Sea family of Bearspaw. While on a short road trip to Vancouver, their family home in Blazer Estates, not far from Bearspaw Village, burned to the ground.
Police Notebook: Carjacking story a hoax, says RCMP

Police Notebook: Carjacking story a hoax, says RCMP

Airdrie RCMP say the story of a carjacking that resulted in a man being driven around Airdrie and the surrounding communities for five hours was a hoax. On Jan.
Council approves industrial conceptual scheme

Council approves industrial conceptual scheme

Rocky View County Council unanimously approved the conceptual scheme for a proposed 301-acre business park in east Balzac, Jan. 25.
Federal government cutting red tape for small businesses

Federal government cutting red tape for small businesses

Prime Minister Stephen Harper has created a Red Tape Reduction Commission, a team of experienced business people and Members of Parliament who will consult Canada-wide with small business owners and entrepreneurs to identify areas where red tape is h
Village gears up for library move

Village gears up for library move

This year is the first year that the library board will be allowed to apply for grant money to move into the Community Links Building.
Government defending, promoting Canada's arctic sovereignty

Government defending, promoting Canada's arctic sovereignty

The North has shaped Canadians’ culture and character and the vast expanses of our Arctic have always been an essential part of the Canadian identity.
Local dignitaries, residents speak out at Crossfield presentation

Local dignitaries, residents speak out at Crossfield presentation

About 200 people attended a presentation on the Province’s controversial land use laws at the Crossfield Community Centre, Jan. 26.
Government defending, promoting Canada's arctic sovereignty

Government defending, promoting Canada's arctic sovereignty

The North has shaped Canadians’ culture and character and the vast expanses of our Arctic have always been an essential part of the Canadian identity.
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