Halloween is on Monday, October 31 and it should be a busy one.

It’s an exciting time for kids of all ages so there’s lots of hustle and bustle on our community sidewalks, our streets and our front yards.

Make sure your exterior yard lights are on and your yard is well lit. Remove any hazards that folks might trip over and become injured. If your household is not participating in the distribution of treats, please turn off your yard lights and exterior lights.

If a home is dark, plea

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By the time you read this Danielle Smith, of High River, will have been officially sworn in as Alberta’s 19th Premier.

About 85,000 UCP members cast ballots. It took the full six rounds of voting to determine a winner. Ms.Smith won 53.75% of the votes with Travis Toews finishing a close second with 46.23% support.

Unity within the UCP is a key focus on moving forward toward a spring election. Some UCP members are concerned over the new Premiers far-right views on everything from health car

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National Newspaper Week, which takes place from October 2 to 8, 2022, is an opportunity to highlight the essential role of print and digital newspapers in daily life. During this week, News Media Canada invites people to engage in a conversation about the nature of newspapers and the importance of supporting local journalism. Here are four reasons why newspapers are essential.

1. Newspapers are a rare resource for reliable information. The news they contain comes from verified sources. In the ag

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Friday, September 30, 2022 is the Second Annual National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. Schools, municipal offices, post offices, banks and many businesses will close in honour of this day.

The day honours the children who never returned home and survivors of residential schools, as well as their families and communities. Public commemoration of the tragic and painful history and ongoing impacts of residential schools is a vital component of the reconciliation process.

As things slowly get ba

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