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Students sweep cardboard boat races

Students sweep cardboard boat races

Grade 7 and 8 students from Ralph McCall School swept the top two spots in the Skills Canada Alberta Cardboard Boat Races held at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, Nov. 24.

Rotary Clubs to assist with Habitat For Humanity project

The Calgary West and Cochrane Rotary Clubs are sponsoring a new Habitat For Humanity home that began with a Dec. 4 kickoff event.

Langdon School's playground project needs votes

Langdon School is drumming up support before voting closes in the Aviva Community Fund, Dec. 15 at noon.
Volunteer wins Golden Heart Award

Volunteer wins Golden Heart Award

Rhonda Fisher was presented with the Airdrie and District Victim Assistance Society (ADVAS) Golden Heart Award, Nov. 27 at the Holiday Inn Express. The volunteer advocate team leader has been with the organization for seven years.
Local company recognized for innovative invention

Local company recognized for innovative invention

A local company is doing its part to make sure consumers are getting what they pay for at the pump. Cantest Solutions Inc.

Time to fix health care

Last week, Paul Stanway (Premier Stelmach’s former Communications Director) blamed the opposition for the Alberta government’s failure to fix health care.

Council clashes over backup buses during 2011 capital budget debate

Airdrie’s newly-elected City council faced its hottest debate to date, Dec. 6, as councillors clashed over the purchase of backup buses as part of the 2011 capital budget.

City approves 4.9 per cent tax hike

City council approved the 2011 operating budget with a 4.9 per cent tax increase and a five per cent franchise fee with FortisAlberta Inc., Dec. 6.

Resident's pack community centre for Crossfield forum

About 150 people packed into the Crossfield Community Centre on Nov. 30 for an open forum with Town council.

Time to fix health care

Last week, Paul Stanway (Premier Stelmach’s former Communications Director) blamed the opposition for the Alberta government’s failure to fix health care.