Earlier this year, Education Minister David Eggen announced that the provincial government would be reviewing and revamping every subject area in the K-12 curriculum.
Since 1949, Finland has offered a “baby box,” filled with necessities for a newborn including diapers, clothing, socks, mittens, a book and other similar items, to every expectant mother.
A pedestrian underpass was included in the final scope of the 48th Ave. bridge replacement project at the Nov. 21 regular city council meeting.
After a public hearing and discussion Nov. 22, Camrose County council voted to redistrict a 27 acre triangle of land next to the Camrose County Nature Conservation Centre from agricultural to rural commercial industrial.
Const. Kelly Bauer of the Camrose Police Service is warning citizens to be aware of a possible door-to-door scam related to the looming carbon tax. The scam involves two people showing up at your house saying they are conducting “energy audits.” They ask to examine your furnace to see if you possibly qualify for a lower carbon tax.
Young adults looking for an opportunity to volunteer and be active within the community now have a group specifically for them.
Making legislation more inclusive is not a new task for former Camrose resident Marni Panas.
Four portraits have been added to École Camrose Composite High School’s Wall of Fame for distinguished faculty and alumni.
The 644 Camrose Cougars Rotary Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron (RCACS) were honored to participate in the National Remembrance Day ceremony in Ottawa on Friday, Nov. 11.
Progressive Conservative leadership hopeful Jason Kenney stopped in Camrose Nov. 9 to drum up support for his candidacy.
A crowd packed the Camrose Regional Exhibition during the Remembrance Day ceremony in Camrose on Friday, Nov. 11, 2016.
Oftentimes in life, it’s the people you know that can make all the difference.
Albertan beer baroness and Dragon’s Den entrepreneur Manjit Minhas imparted valuable information with humour during the third annual Empower Women in Business conference at the Best Western Plus Hotel Nov. 5.
All of Canada is gearing up to commemorate the 150th anniversary of Confederation next year, but Camrose will mark a milestone of its own next month.
Cars filled the parking lot by Panago and Humpty’s as drivers heading up and down Highway 13 honked their horns in solidarity with the more than 100 protestors who packed the parking lot in front of Icon Safety Consulting Nov. 5.
This Sunday, the 20 members of the Battle River Big Band will take to the Bailey Theatre Stage to mark Remembrance Day with a program that celebrates those on the home front as well as the front line.
Anticipation and a hint of unease swelled outside the doors of École Camrose Composite High School’s east gym Wednesday, Oct. 22, where nearly a hundred students waited in the hall for Challenge Day to begin.
During the month of November, businesses around Camrose will be displaying solitary roses from first bloom until the last petal falls, to commemorate the lives of those who have died as victims of family violence.
As Canadians reacted to news that Shoppers Drug Mart is exploring the possibility of selling medical marijuana in the near future, an independent retailer is finalizing the last steps in opening a medical marijuana dispencery within the Camrose area.