For now it’s business as usual at Canada Post. Our new e-sub system is now up and running and if you’re a reader outside of the immediate area, and have a computer in your home, you might like to sign up. You’ll save 50% on your “outside 40” subscription price and get your paper even before our local readers do.
If and when Canada Post goes on strike we will offer the e-sub free throughout the duration of the strike. As it stands we have 14 able youths patiently wait

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I want to take this opportunity to wish the Luijkx family all the very best in the future.
I have respected Art Luijkx as a hard working, forward thinking businessman and I have always thought of Art as a friend and a mentor.
My wife and I bought our first home from Art and Marlene. We were staying at their family cabin, at Buffalo Lake, when we discovered and purchased our first summer home there. We would spend the next 25 years becoming active members of the Summer Village of Rochon Sands. I wo

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As of July 2, 2016 Canada Post could be on strike. How that will play out is anybody’s guess. But one thing is for sure, The Capital will continue to print and deliver each and every week.

There are a few ways Canada Post could go with this strike. I know I have mentioned them before but I will repeat it for those of you who might have missed it.

The Three Hills Post Office is operated by unionized workers. We are prepared to deliver The Capital, door to door, to every home and business in

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June has always been an extremely busy month  as communities celebrate the late spring and early summer season.

This Saturday, June 18 it’s the Acme Sports Day. They get an early start with a free breakfast from 7-9 am in the curling rink. Acme’s parade starts at 10 am followed by a full day of activities. Check their posters in your community for more details.

Sunday, June 19 is Father’s Day. What do you get Dad for Father’s Day? Well, when I was a kid we used to buy dad a carton of cigarettes.

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