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Town of Sundre council notes

Town of Sundre council notes

Late tax appeal declined Council turned down a landowner’s request to revise one of his property’s appraisals dating back several years.
Celebrating health-care career milestones

Celebrating health-care career milestones

Working in a rural hospital requires a tremendous amount of teamwork, says the chair of the Sundre Hospital Futures Committee.
Sundre RCMP’s newest member former army reservist

Sundre RCMP’s newest member former army reservist

The Sundre RCMP detachment’s newest member, who started his position earlier this summer, said a career in policing has appealed to him about as long as he can remember. “It’s definitely something I was always interested in,” recently said Const.
Fire hall open house

Fire hall open house

The Sundre Fire Department welcomed the community last Wednesday, Oct. 9 during the annual Fire Prevention Week open house. The event included live demonstrations, family friendly activities, as well as snacks and refreshments.
Council expresses police funding concerns to government

Council expresses police funding concerns to government

Sundre’s mayor suggested amending the municipality’s letter to the provincial government expressing concerns about the proposed changes to the police funding formula to include recommendations.
Cooking Up Connections

Cooking Up Connections

A monthly community course offers participants not only a chance to learn some healthy recipes, but also to connect with people.
Scenes of Sundre

Scenes of Sundre

This splendorous view of the Rocky Mountains’ eastern slopes boasting the colourful change of the season as seen from west of Sundre was captured on Sunday, Sept. 22 by Joan Milne McLean.
Sweeping snow

Sweeping snow

Sundre residents awoke on Wednesday, Oct. 9 to find the season's first accumulation of snow. The weather forecast for next week calls for milder conditions.
Charity check stop rebranded and rescheduled

Charity check stop rebranded and rescheduled

There are a few changes coming to the annual charity check stop fundraising drive. “The biggest one is that it’s earlier than usual,” said Sari Werezak, Greenwood Neighbourhood Place’s executive director.
Helping to improve vision in Africa

Helping to improve vision in Africa

The ability to see crisply and clearly can be sometimes taken for granted in a country like Canada. But for millions of people around the world, access to quality optometric care remains limited to non-existent.