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Jungle Jim Hunter makes modified facility proposal

Jungle Jim Hunter makes modified facility proposal

Jungle Jim Hunter has presented a modified proposal for a multi-million dollar Sundre recreation facility, including two ice arenas, to town council.
Fortis contributes to town, library

Fortis contributes to town, library

FortisAlberta representatives Kevin Haslbeck and Joelle Lamontagne present an energy efficiency monitor to Sundre Library representative Sandra Huchala. Fortis donated 60 of the monitors to libraries across Parkland.

New Metis display opens at museum

Dozens of people, including numerous Metis dignitaries, attended the official unveiling of a new Metis heritage display at the Sundre Pioneer Museum during Winterfest.

Campground policy outlines rules and regulations

Sundre town councillors have reviewed a proposed policy setting out guidelines for the use, rules and regulations and rental charges for the town-owned Greenwood Campground.

Alberta attacking mountain pine beetle through new contracts

Although West Central Alberta has so far escaped the ravages of Mountain Pine beetle, government and other stakeholders are continuing to monitor the situation very closely, says Alberta Sustainable Resource Development spokesperson Duncan MacDonnell

Riverbank stabilization work needs to get started, says committee

Save Our Sundre (SOS) committee member and Sundre town councillor Myron Thompson says he will be expecting the provincial government to keep an assurance made to him regarding riverbank stabilization in town.
Council OK's skatepark letter of support

Council OK's skatepark letter of support

Town councillors have agreed to provide a letter of support in principle for the skatepark being proposed for northwest Sundre.

New planning and development fee schedule approved

For the first time in 14 years the Town of Sundre has adopted a new planning and development fee schedule.

East side funding bylaws receive first reading

Sundre town councillors have passed first reading on two bylaws related to the ongoing East Side Servicing Local Improvement Project. During last week's council meeting, councillors passed first reading of the Local Improvement Tax Bylaw 03.

Sundre takes up Pinkest Little Town challenge

Sundre has taken up a challenge from Trochu aimed at raising money for breast cancer research. The Pinkest Little Town in the West contest is linked to the Wild Pink Yonder cancer fundraiser horse ride.