Standing Up For the Merit Principle - One of the things that Canada stands for is equality of all people. We stand up to discrimination in our own country and elsewhere in the world. As a nation, we strive to protect our diverse population and ensure equality of opportunity for all.
Canadians want our federal public service to be representative, as much as possible, of our nation as a whole.  Sometimes we learn that specific groups within our population are 'disenfranchised' or perpetually unabl

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In a previously report of Acme Council meeting, dated July 26, 2010 regarding a sale agreement for a lot on Main Street, the sale agreement was not stopped, but delayed, due to the proposed building not fitting lot size. Clr. Tersteeg requested that the lot go back to the Development Committee first, before being further reviewed by Council.
Regarding the sewer line and Clarke Street, Clr. Hannah explained there are no serious problems with the sewer line from the lagoon to Clarke Street and the

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Town bids farewell to landmark building

 

A Three Hills landmark was demolished Tuesday, August 3, 2010.
What was constructed as the Union Bank of Canada in 1913 went on to house a number of Three Hills businesses.
Located on the northwest corner of 3rd Ave. and Main Street, directly west of the Post Office, the Union Bank went on to be the Royal Bank in 1935.
In 1939, Traders Furniture made its first home there.
Les Arnold renovated the building and operated a locker and cold storage plant.
In 1948, the building was purchased by bro

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Community Money

Faith Henkel, Manager of St. Mary's Lodge, was happy to accept a cheque of $6,000 from Paul and Jean Frere. Following the closing of the Community Bus Service Club of Trochu & District, it took two years for the Government to finally finish checking the Club's activities and financial affairs and freeing up money left over from the sale of the bus. The Frere's decided since it was from a community venture, made possible by an interest free loan from Hilia Keila, it should be put back into t

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