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Citizenship reforms ensure fairness for all

Canadian citizenship is sought by people from around the world for the freedoms, benefits and privileges that it affords.

County council to record all votes

Rocky View County council will be verbally recording votes on all proceedings until the end of the year. Council approved the trial session, during which every vote will be recorded, June 15.

Feds should leave securities regulation alone

The federal government is proposing new legislation to create a national securities regulator. This initiative, although well intended, is an unnecessary bureaucratic intrusion into a constitutionally protected responsibility of the provinces.

Calgary Police Service proposes Rocky View training facility

The Calgary Police Service (CPS) is hoping to purchase a 627-acre parcel of land within Rocky View County for a police training facility.

Canada's Economic Action Plan - Year Two

This summer, year two of Canada’s Economic Action Plan will be implemented in communities across the country and in our own riding.

Rocky View County seeks input on parks

Rocky View County hosted an open house on its master plan for parks and open space, June 16.
Former councillor to seek election

Former councillor to seek election

Rocky View residents will likely recognize a candidate running in this fall’s County election. Responding to pressure from residents, former Councillor Norman Kent, who served two terms, announced his candidacy for Division 9 this week.

School division approves 2010-2013 Three Year Plan

Rocky View Schools’ board of trustees approved its 2010-2013 Three Year Plan, June 17. The plan is centred around community engagement.

County maintains status quo on Bearspaw Roads

The speed limit on Woodland and Burma Roads will not change. After hearing public input, June 15, the Infrastructure and Operations Committee decided it would be best to leave the current posted speed of 80 km per hour.

Temporary solution for a permanent problem

Rocky View Schools is exploring all options to find temporary solutions to the classroom space crisis in Airdrie and across the division.
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