As 2010 comes to a close and we begin the New Year, Canadians find time to reflect on past accomplishments and focus on achieving their next set of goals.  Over the past year, Canada has accomplished much, but Canadians still have concerns: jobs; help for those struggling to make ends meet; safer streets and communities; and a lasting economic recovery.
In 2010, Prime Minister Harper's Government delivered real action for Canadians.  We implemented Year 2 of Canada's Economic Action Plan, focusi

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Trochu's Operations Director explained to Council at their Dec. 13 meeting, the order in which roads are prioritized for snow ploughing. First on the list are facility access roads (businesses, elevators, and the reservoir). This would be followed by residential, then vector streets, and then special areas such as the cemetery or hall parking lot. If there is a special event at the hall or a funeral at the cemetery, these specific roadways/lots move up in priority. Council has requested that Car

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Christmas Hamper Project serves 31 families

"Yes Virginia, there really is a Santa Claus."
And I don't just mean the one dressed in a red suit with a white beard.
I am talking about the folks living in this generous community. The caring and giving of our Three Hills residents proves we live in a wonderful place.
This year Pat Dau was asked to coordinate the Christmas Hamper project—assisted by Barb Rosgen, Donna Desrosiers, and Evelyn Mclean—former co-workers from Pat's days in the hotel industry. None of us had experience with the Foo

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Leona Lynn, Treasurer of St. Mary's Auxiliary is happy to present a $1,500.00 cheque to St. Mary's Lodge manager, Faith Henkel. The amount is earmarked for furniture additions needed at the Lodge.

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