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Public works facility contract awarded to Red Deer company A contract to build a new public works facility for the Town of Innisfail has been awarded to Red Deer’s Shunda Consulting and Construction Management Ltd.


Penhold Town Council met for it’s regular public meeting on Tuesday, May 24 at the council chambers in the Penhold Regional Multiplex.

Library asking for public's help to secure funding for new furniture

The Innisfail Public Library is hoping to get by with a little help from their friends.

Wet weather does little to dampen redevelopment ideas

Wet weather doesn’t wash out revitalization ideas By Patrick Teskey Innisfail Province Over 50 Innisfail residents and business owners braved stormy weather to have their say on the town’s proposed revitalization during an open house on May 19 at Ol’

Community gathers to celebrate Autumn Glen anniversary

Close to 150 people showed up to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Autumn Glen Lodge last week. Residents, family, friends, and staff of the lodge all took in the entertainment and speeches honouring 50 years of caring for Innisfail seniors.

Innisfail dog groomer joins charity event

An Innisfail dog groomer has joined a charity dog wash to raise funds for a non-profit organization that subsidizes veterinary cancer treatments for those who cannot afford it.

Mounties unleash Quad Squad for rural patrols

Members of the Innisfail RCMP are extending its reach into new areas of Red Deer County this summer with the addition of two quads to its enforcement team. Call it the Quad Squad.

Introducing finest from Nova Scotia's Cole Harbour

Ever since Vanessa Brouillette was six-years-old she has known her career path. Her father was a military policeman and she made it known early to everyone would who listen this is what she wanted to become.

First ever 55+ trade fair to be held in Innisfail

Innisfail and area seniors are being invited to attend the first ever, 55+ resource fair. On Wednesday, June 1 from 2-7 p.m.
Family flees Slave Lake fires to Innisfail

Family flees Slave Lake fires to Innisfail

For two days, southeast winds had been blowing towards Gordon Wolters home. When the sky turned black and the sun glowed orange in places where it shone through the smoke billowing over his home, he knew it was time to leave.