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Howard May

Howard May

Howard was a journalist with the Calgary Herald and with the Abbotsford Times in BC, where he won a BC/Yukon Community Newspaper Association award for best outdoor writing.

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Recent Work by Howard

AUPE rallies to support workers in Cochrane

AUPE rallies to support workers in Cochrane

A handful of AUPE protesters braved the heat today to bring their message to Cochrane at the corner of Highway 22 and Quigley Drive.
Cochrane High School graduation at SLS Centre Thursday

Cochrane High School graduation at SLS Centre Thursday

Haskaynes and Harvies speak out against Glenbow East option

Haskaynes and Harvies speak out against Glenbow East option

“Of course we were horrified. If any other people knew about it, they didn’t disclose it to us,” Haskayne said.
Upcoming talk highlights importance of native grasslands

Upcoming talk highlights importance of native grasslands

Nature Conservancy of Canada guest speaker to speak about the importance of preserving native prairie grasslands on July 3 at Glenbow Ranch Park.
Brian Winter awarded Order of Cochrane

Brian Winter awarded Order of Cochrane

The latest recipient of the Order of Cochrane moved here when his wife informed him she had just put a down payment on a house in town, and stayed a few decades later when his family told him they loved him but didn’t want to leave.
Mini Thni Pow Wow marks National Indigenous Peoples Day Friday

Mini Thni Pow Wow marks National Indigenous Peoples Day Friday

Canada Day action-packed again this year

Canada Day action-packed again this year

Canada Day will have a special meaning for New Canadians as CAES is hosting a citizenship ceremony as part of the day’s festivities. 
Cochrane High valedictorian has her sights set on UVic this fall

Cochrane High valedictorian has her sights set on UVic this fall

Zarowny will study biology until she decides on an area of specialization, and has her sights on maybe dentistry as a career.
Cochrane sculptor returns home in triumph after D-Day honours

Cochrane sculptor returns home in triumph after D-Day honours

“It was an honour to be asked,” Begg said. “It was a great honour to be part of it, to make a statue to honour the young men and women who went and signed up of their own accord.
Glenbow East dam option not acceptable now, or in the future, say Cochrane officials

Glenbow East dam option not acceptable now, or in the future, say Cochrane officials

“I don’t support it now and I will not support it later;” Minister of Infrastructure and Airdrie-Cochrane MLA Peter Guthrie.
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