Josh Aldrich, Camrose Canadian


Former Camrose District Athletic Association Red Wings players (from left) Nick Mantai, Conrad Philips, Kale Hurlbert, Lane Brockhoff, minor midget coach Jeremy Berines and CDAC president Chad Kendall gather in the Red Wings’ locker room at the Max McLean Arena in Camrose on Friday. Josh Aldrich/Camrose Canadian

CDAC Red Wings grounded

Local elite-level minor hockey players could be looking for a new home next season.

Camrose Roadrunners Reg Zimmer completes the double play against the Holden Blue Jays in Powerline Baseball League action in Camrose on June 7. Josh Aldrich/Camrose Canadian/Postmedia Network

Following in Dad's baseball steps

One of the things many fathers look forward to with their kids is getting to an age when they can play or engage with their kids as adults.

Trump manages to unite Canada

You have to give President Donald Trump credit, he has managed to do what no prime minister in recent memory, especially our current one, has been capable of doing. He has unified Canada.

The City of Camrose council is seeking public feedback regarding potential 150 metre buffers between cannabis stores and schools and health centres. Above is a map with the province minimum of 100 metre buffers. Supplied/City of Camrose

Council examines cannabis store buffers

City of Camrose administration is proposing a 150-metre buffer to be put in place between any school or health care centre and businesses selling cannabis.

Locals check flower at the downtown farmer's market in Camrose on Thursday June 22, 2017. File photo/Camrose Canadian

Market puts local producers in limelight

Local producers will be filling up downtown this evening and every Thiursday for the rest of summer with the opening of the Downtown Market.

The Camrose Composite High School Trojans battle the Drumheller Titans during the CCHS football jamboree in Camrose on Saturday. Josh Aldrich/Camrose Canadian

Trojans shake rust with football jamboree

With 111 teams in Camrose for the Night Classic and the traditional form of football, there was still space for a bit of the Canadian version of the game.

The Lougheed Centre will be presenting their first ever contemporary dance performance in this net season with Telemetry on Nov. 9. Supplied/David Cooper

Lougheed Centre set to launch new season

Every year the shows and calendar get bigger at the Jeanne and Peter Lougheed Performing Arts Centre, and they show no signs of slowing down as they get set to launch their fourth full year.

Dr. Nettie Wiebe is commemorated with an honourary degree during the University of Alberta-Augustana convocation ceremonies in Camrose on Sunday. Josh Aldrich/Camrose Canadian

Augustana grads challenged to think independently

University of Alberta-Augustana graduates were encouraged to think independently and to use the lessons they learned through their education as they shape the future of our society.

The streets were packed for Jaywalkers Jamboree in Camrose on Saturday. Josh Aldrich/Camrose Canadian

Jaywalkers brings community together

It took a day to hit it's stride, but Jaywalkers Jamboree danced it's way through three full days of downtown rides, sales, and entertainment on the weekend.

St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church under construction in Camrose, Alta. on Sunday May 27, 2018. Jessica Ryan/Camrose Canadian/Postmedia Network

Church building legacy

When Rev. Larry Pederson retires, his legacy will live on for the next century in the new St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Camrose.