By now, High Riverites understand that we’re in for change, whether we like it or not. Our world is already different and more change—hopefully for the better—is coming. The future of our community depends on this council to make decisions that will affect us for years to come.
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Red Deer’s bid for the 2019 Canada Winter Games may not include hosting synchronized swimming locally.
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Two strong supporters of Okotoks’ population cap are stepping back from the town council table.
Councillors Laurie Hodson and Stephen Clark announced they will not be seeking re-election in this fall’s municipal election.
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Planning for Red Deer’s economic future took a broad step forward on Monday.
Red Deer city council adopted an economic development strategy as a planning tool by a vote of 8-1.
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A longtime Red Deer businessman who has been involved in community work has announced his candidacy for City council.
Ken Johnston said since announcing his retirement a few weeks ago as branch manager sales and service at the Scotiabank, he now has the time to dedicate to the position if he is elected.
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EDMONTON – After so much heated debate, after so many arguments and so many dollar figures, you might well be wondering what the downtown arena deal means for you.
Is it a good deal or a bad one? It is going to cost you or not?
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EDMONTON – City councillors took a shot at making Edmonton the home of Canadian amateur basketball Monday when they recommended helping fund a consolidation of training at the Saville Community Sports Centre.
Members of council’s executive committee endorsed a proposal to spend $500,000 annually for four years so Canada Basketball would train nine of its 10 teams full-time in Edmonton.
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Town council voted down a bylaw to develop a car wash in the Heritage Hills area because of noise concerns for adjacent residents.
Sought was the inclusion of a car wash as a permitted use on a local commercial district land parcel.
Councillors expressed concern over the noise levels that would be generated by the proposed four bay car wash and believed it would be better suited for a light industrial area.
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