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Police Notebook: Airdrie RCMP lay charges in fatal accident

The Airdrie RCMP has laid charges related to a two-vehicle collision that killed a woman on Highway 566 in April. At 7 p.m.

Wildrose nominations to open in August

The Wildrose Alliance Party will open nominations for the new Airdrie constituency, Aug. 6. Sitting Wildrose MLA Rob Anderson said he plans to run again. “I am pretty confident I’ll get nominated but you never want to be too confident,” he said.

Federal government standing up for farmers

Last week at the conclusion of the annual meeting of agriculture ministers, federal minister Gerry Ritz and ministers from Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Alberta together announced vital help for hard-hit prairie farmers and producers affected by recent
Irricana firefighter published in American journal

Irricana firefighter published in American journal

A Rocky View County firefighter has been published in a prestigious American fire journal.
Police Notebook: Police arrest suspect in Bragg Creek bank robbery

Police Notebook: Police arrest suspect in Bragg Creek bank robbery

Parole conditions didn’t stop a two-time convicted bank robber from holding up a small Bragg Creek branch last week. On July 13, a man approached a lone bank teller as she opened the Alberta Treasury Branch in Bragg Creek at around 10 a.m.

Crossfield grows to 2,851

The Town of Crossfield has grown by 203 residents over the past five years according to the 2010 census, up from 2,648 in 2005. “I am happy with that number,” said Councillor Jacky Vang.

Airdrie's population growth levels out

Airdrie’s population growth levelled out this year. The 2010 census shows 39,822 people reside in Airdrie, a 4.54 per cent growth rate compared to 11.65 per cent last year. This is the smallest growth the city has experienced since 1999.

Commissions receive over $1 million

Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) recently announced that it is providing more than $1.

Farm expo grows in size

Crop Production Services is running its second annual open house for farmers to see new types of seeds, canola and silage demonstrations, foliar applied nutrients, fungicide and herbicide products.

Engagement with China opens opportunities for Canadians

Lessening Canada’s dependency on existing markets only makes good economic sense.
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