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Council discusses implications of Bill 20

Council discusses implications of Bill 20

Town council hosted a lengthy discussion on how Bill 20 can impact both Cochrane, and the municipal sector as a whole, at the July 2 committee of the whole meeting.
Cochrane Piranhas Home meet at SLS Centre

Cochrane Piranhas Home meet at SLS Centre

Youth Swimmers gathered at the SLS Centre today for the Cochrane Piranhas home meet. Various heats from different age categories swam against the clock and sharpened their skills.
Coffee with Warren: The Joy of Raindrops

Coffee with Warren: The Joy of Raindrops

FROM GREY SKIES and downpours to the joy of raindrops – that’s this week’s story from our Morley coffee companion Deanna Two Young Men.
Calgary energy conference ends with directive to streamline clean growth projects

Calgary energy conference ends with directive to streamline clean growth projects

The Energy and Mines Ministers' Conference in Calgary closed with the announcement of a federal cabinet directive to streamline the approval process for clean growth projects, a move welcomed by provincial energy ministers.
Letter to the Editor: Puzzled by feeble attempt at humour

Letter to the Editor: Puzzled by feeble attempt at humour

I was puzzled by Alan Kidd’s letter which you published on June 29th, and by what value you might have seen in it.
Fireside Stampede Breakfast held July 6

Fireside Stampede Breakfast held July 6

Crowds of people gathered to attend the Fireside stampede breakfast this morning in Northern Centre Street, where families enjoyed pancakes, music, animals, dancing, baloons and more.
Our View: Water more precious than gold?

Our View: Water more precious than gold?

Cochrane can also relate with its neighbours recent water woes, and the complexity of finding new water licences to meet its growth needs.
Alberta funds clean-tech, but falls behind on policy ambition

Alberta funds clean-tech, but falls behind on policy ambition

The Government of Alberta has funding testing of methane emissions abatement technologies. For the new tech to be effective in reducing emissions, stronger policy and enforcement is needed, analyst says.
Legal Aid Alberta services extended, negotiations resume

Legal Aid Alberta services extended, negotiations resume

In a joint statement released on July 5, Alberta's Minister of Justice, Legal Aid Alberta, and the Law Society of Alberta say they have agreed to extend the recently expired Governance Agreement until September 5, 2024.
Cochrane RCMP reports missing Rocky View youth is now located

Cochrane RCMP reports missing Rocky View youth is now located

Cochrane RCMP reports that a missing 12-year-old girl in Rocky View County has now been located.
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