UPDATE: LOCATED - Three Hills RCMP seeking assistance to locate wanted male

Delburne, Alta. – The Three Hills RCMP advise that Ian Cameron has been located and arrested. RCMP thank the public and media for their assistance.

Original Release:

Delburne, Alta. – The RCMP are actively trying to locate 35-year-old Ian Cameron who is currently wanted on an arrest warrant by Three Hills RCMP.

Following an investigation launched in Delburne, Alta. on May 1, 2021, Cameron has been charged with assault with a weapon.

Cameron is described as;


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Kneehill County passes 2021 Tax Rate Bylaw

At the May 11, 2021 Council Meeting, Kneehill County Council passed Tax Rate Bylaw 1834.

Under the Bylaw, changes to residential, farmland, and non-residential tax rates remain modest and competitive with other rural municipalities, despite the continued financial challenges Kneehill County faces in 2021.

• The average hamlet home will see an approximate increase of $20 and an acreage will see an approximate increase of $60 (per $100,000 assessment, an increase of $20.) The 2021 County rat

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Kneehill County reports positive financial position

Kneehill County held a regular meeting of council on Tuesday April 27, 2021, which was called to order at 8:30 a.m. by Reeve Jerry Wittstock.

The first item on the council’s agenda was item 3.1, a Delegation for BDO Canada LLP, 2020 Financial Statements at 8:35 am.

Kneehill County Financial Statement for 2020 shows that the ending net financial at the end of the year changed by $6.5 million, with a total net amount being $46.8 million.

Compared to the last five years, Kneehill County&rsqu

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Premier Jason Kenney: Stop the spike

New mandatory health restrictions will help stop the spike of COVID-19 and protect the health system.

These include new restrictions on outdoor social gatherings, schools, retail, restaurants, places of worship, personal and wellness services, outdoor sports and fitness, funerals, and post-secondary institutions.

The new restrictions come into force effective May 5, unless indicated otherwise, and will remain in place for at least three weeks.

These new measures apply to all Albertans, business

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