Jul 26

Help Review Draft Municipal Regulations

By Gateway Gazette

A new group of draft regulations has been posted for public review and comment as part of the ongoing update of the Municipal Government Act. The draft regulations, which were developed in consultation with key stakeholder organizations over the last year, will be on the Municipal Government Act (MGA) Review website for the next 60 days. “I’m proud […]

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Jul 26

Please support your local businesses

By Gateway Gazette

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Jul 26

Government Advances Clean Growth Economy With Call for Expressions of Interest for Next-Generation Clean Energy Infrastructure Projects

By Gateway Gazette

OTTAWA/CNW/ – Investing in next generation clean energy infrastructure and technologies will advance Canada’s efforts to build a clean economy, create well-paying jobs for middle-class Canadians and help us reach our climate change goals. Canada’s Minister of Natural Resources, the Honourable Jim Carr, today announced a call for expressions of interest for funding aimed at driving an innovative and sustainable […]

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Jul 26

Interim UCP Leader Cooper Announces House Leadership

By Gateway Gazette

EDMONTON, AB: Interim United Conservative Party Leader Nathan Cooper announced the Interim Caucus Leadership Team that will guide the caucus over the next few months. Caucus Leadership: Deputy Leader Calgary-West MLA Mike Ellis; House Leader Calgary-Fish Creek MLA Richard Gotfried; Caucus Whip Rimbey-Rocky Mountain House-Sundre MLA Jason Nixon; and Caucus Chair Calgary-Foothills MLA Prasad Panda. In […]

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Jul 26

Rowan House Celebrated Five Years in High River

By Gateway Gazette

Rowan House invited the communities to George Lane Park on Monday to celebrate their five years in High River. The years since moving from their small, cramped Black Diamond shelter to High River have not been without challenges. The shelter has grown in more than just size by offering programs to the Foothills area. A […]

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