Every year the Automobile Insurance Rate Board (AIRB) reviews mandatory, also called basic, automobile insurance rates. As a result of this year's review, the AIRB is directing Alberta insurers to reduce mandatory automobile insurance premiums by five per cent as of November 1 of this year.
This decrease is, in part, a result of the projected decline in the number of bodily injury claims in the province. To the individual driver, it means they can expect to save an additional $30 per year on the

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Studio Alberta meets with Three Hills Officials

 

Town of Three Hills officials met with Colin Lowden and Mary Saunders on August 5th to hear a proposal. The pair, from Ponoka, started Studio Alberta Affordable Housing, a project designed to provide adequate, affordable housing, primarily, but not exclusively, for Alberta Income for the Severely Handicapped (AISH) recipients, in private, self-contained suites.
These suites are constructed like studio or bachelor apartments, with no bedrooms. Each suite is 325 square feet, and features privat

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At Kneehill County's July 27 meeting, a motion was approved to have Administration draft a by-law to remove the stop signs from the east-west direction of the four-way stop on the PBI road, two miles north of town at TWP 32-2 and RR 24-0. Traffic counts had been in effect at this intersection from June 28 to July 13. The original reasoning for installing the four-way stop no longer applies and there is an increase in flow east and west. To continue encouraging the use of this route, one Councill

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Three Hills Health Centre Site Leader Michelle Shereck accepts a cheque for $1,266 from Mark Hosking, Three Hills and District Chamber of Commerce President. The funds were raised at a recent Three Hills and District Chamber of Commerce Fun Two Ball Golf Tournament. This is the Chamber's Second Annual Tournament with proceeds going to Health Centre needs.

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