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COVID-19 outbreak reported at George McDougall again

COVID-19 outbreak reported at George McDougall again

Just over a week into the return of in-class learning, an outbreak has been reported at George McDougall High School.
Federal agency concludes SR1 environmental assessment

Federal agency concludes SR1 environmental assessment

A federal agency tasked with assessing the environmental impacts of the Springbank Off-Stream Reservoir has deemed the $432 million dam project would not present significant risks to wildlife or traditional Indigenous land uses.
RVC, municipalities warn residents to avoid frozen storm ponds

RVC, municipalities warn residents to avoid frozen storm ponds

As temperatures continue to fluctuate in Rocky View County (RVC), area municipalities are reminding residents the risk of walking or skating on frozen storm and drainage ponds.
Under 150 active COVID-19 cases in Airdrie, 14th death reported

Under 150 active COVID-19 cases in Airdrie, 14th death reported

As more local businesses are allowed to resume as of Jan. 18, Airdrie has reported fewer than 150 active cases of COVID-19, along with its 14th death resulting from the virus.
Crossfield councillor passes away

Crossfield councillor passes away

Crossfield Town council member Devon Helfrich passed away Jan. 9 at the age of 31, according to statements from the municipality and his family.
Securities Commission shares investment red flags for 2021

Securities Commission shares investment red flags for 2021

The Alberta Securities Commission (ASC) has released a list of top investment risks in hopes of helping Albertans avoid falling victim to scams in 2021.
Human remains discovered west of Chestermere

Human remains discovered west of Chestermere

Chestermere RCMP is investigating after human remains were found outside the city. According to a press release from the detachment, the remains were located on a rural road just west of Chestermere on Jan. 15.
Alberta health minister says vaccine schedule to take hit from manufacturing delays

Alberta health minister says vaccine schedule to take hit from manufacturing delays

EDMONTON — Alberta's health minister says it will take longer than expected to start immunizing seniors over 75 outside long-term care homes due to a delay in manufacturing one of the COVID-19 vaccines.
City of Chestermere warns of storm pond dangers after youth falls through ice

City of Chestermere warns of storm pond dangers after youth falls through ice

The City of Chestermere is reminding residents the dangers of storm ponds, after a child fell through the ice at the Kinniburgh storm pond on Jan. 15.
Cochrane RCMP seeking public help with historic sexual assault investigation

Cochrane RCMP seeking public help with historic sexual assault investigation

Investigators with the Cochrane RCMP are seeking help from the public to help identify a man who sexually assaulted a youth in the Bragg Creek area in the spring/summer of 1975.