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Eject MLA Nathan Cooper from caucus: health critic

Eject MLA Nathan Cooper from caucus: health critic

Cooper "has apologized for his behaviour as Speaker, but he continues to put all Albertans at increased risk from COVID-19"
Hundreds of area residents in isolation as COVID cases soar

Hundreds of area residents in isolation as COVID cases soar

Numerous Chinook's Edge Schools on outbreak, alert status
Town of Didsbury cyberattack may have accessed resident information

Town of Didsbury cyberattack may have accessed resident information

"The threat actor may have had access to files with limited information of a small number of residents," says town's release
Didsbury council letter to premier outlines COVID costs

Didsbury council letter to premier outlines COVID costs

Calls on government to take further action to support rural communities hard hit by the crisis
Area MLA apologizes after signing statement critical of latest restrictions

Area MLA apologizes after signing statement critical of latest restrictions

“Upon quiet reflection and given the benefit of time I have deep regret for my error in judgment," said Nathan Cooper
A lifetime of volunteering in Didsbury through music

A lifetime of volunteering in Didsbury through music

Didsbury resident recognized for more than four decades of volunteerism
Didsbury council approves $8,500 for library engineering

Didsbury council approves $8,500 for library engineering

Contractors brought in to do an invasive building assessment
Olds-Didsbury-Three Hills MLA among 15 UCP MLAs opposed to new restrictions

Olds-Didsbury-Three Hills MLA among 15 UCP MLAs opposed to new restrictions

Nathan Cooper signs letter and area MLAs Jason Nixon, Devin Dreeshen do not
Didsbury council updates proclamation policy to reduce red tape

Didsbury council updates proclamation policy to reduce red tape

Chief administrative officer or designate will deal with requests now
Didsbury property crime down, persons crimes up

Didsbury property crime down, persons crimes up

Police conducted a total of 1,273 investigations in 2020, down slightly from 1,276 in 2019