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Village celebrates new historic additions

The Innisfail and District Historical Society held its annual general meeting on Tuesday, March 22 and board members spoke about a number of new additions that will be coming to the village this year.

Candidates throw hat in the ring for May 2 election

Campaigning in the Red Deer constituency ramps up this week in the run-up to a May 2 federal election called Saturday after a non-confidence vote brought down the government a day earlier.

Federal election is unwanted but still important

Although most Canadians might agree that the 2011 federal election campaign is both unwanted and a huge waste of public money, the campaign could actually prove to be important for Canada and West Central Alberta.

Opening lines of communication for parents

Communicating with teenagers can be an overwhelming task for many parents and caregivers but the Town of Innisfail is hoping to help through a series of courses it is offering to help educate parents in the ways of their young adults.
Have you filled a bucket today?

Have you filled a bucket today?

They say that everything you need to know you learned in kindergarten. - back when learning the difference between right and wrong was always found by discovering the moral of the story.

Women's Health Day premiers in Bowden

Women of all ages participated in the first-ever Women’s Health Day in Bowden on Sunday. Put on by the Bowden School of Dance, the health day featured a number of wellness activities and information sessions for participants.

Graham plays piccolo with U of A honour band

A Grade 12 Innisfail High School student played with the University of Alberta High School Honour Band recently as one of few musicians chosen from across the province.


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Regional water business plan receives Bowden town council's approval

Bowden town council passed the Mountain View Regional Water Services Commission business plan as well as the rates that accompanied the plan on March 14 at its regular council meeting.

Curbside recyclingclose to implementation

Innisfail council gave first reading to Bylaw 1508 or the Solid Waste Collection and Disposal System bylaw that will soon include the service of curbside recycling pick-up.