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Sundre Fire Department has several vacancies

Sundre Fire Department has several vacancies

Although the Sundre Fire Department’s roster remains relatively strong and close to capacity, there have been a few vacancies open up among the higher ranks over the past year or so. “We’re not full,” said Chief Marty Butts.
Chief considering options to restructure fire department

Chief considering options to restructure fire department

As a fire chief, I always say if it's not broken, don't fix it. For many years now, the structure in our fire department has been the same.
Celebrating Sundre’s business community

Celebrating Sundre’s business community

Small as well as medium businesses throughout Canada employ the bulk of the workforce, and are a critical backbone that not only supports but also propels our economy.
Construction season in full swing

Construction season in full swing

Sundre’s relatively short construction season has recently been in a full swing.
Students honoured at academic awards night

Students honoured at academic awards night

The 2018-19 Sundre High School Academic Awards Night was held on Friday, Sept. 27. More than 120 current and former students were honoured for their scholastic achievements from the 2018-19 school year.
Sundre and District Museum 'blessing to the community'

Sundre and District Museum 'blessing to the community'

Financial support from the municipality plays a pivotal role in helping to ensure the Sundre and District Museum remains an appealing asset that draws people from around the world.
Sundre scores full five blooms

Sundre scores full five blooms

Sundre scored a full five blooms in the annual provincial Communities in Bloom competition.
Committee struck to consider Sundre’s vision

Committee struck to consider Sundre’s vision

The terms of reference for an overarching committee that will play a lead role in developing a vision for Sundre was approved by council last week. Linda Nelson, the town's chief administrative officer, offered some background during the Sept.
Sundre Community Garden continues to grow

Sundre Community Garden continues to grow

The Sundre Community Garden remains popular and continues to grow. All of the 28 plots were again spoken for this season, split among 22 gardeners, said Renate de Bruijn, Greenwood Neighbourhood Place (GNP) community outreach coordinator.
Province implementing mental health regulatory framework

Province implementing mental health regulatory framework

Operators of residential addiction treatment centres, including the one operating west of Sundre, have until Nov. 1 to be licensed with the province under new legislation.