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From Left: Lawrence Dufresne, Matt Hutchison, Canadian Mental Health Association executive director Colleen Swanson and Mike Vennard tee of at the 20th annual Val Wolski memorial golf tournament for mental health in Camrose on Saturday. Leah Simonot/Camrose Canadian

CMHA still breaking down stigmas

The Canadian Mental Health Association’s 20th annual Val Wolski memorial golf tournament celebrated a century of growth in the organization’s vision.

An artist's renderings of the proposed aquatic centre. Supplied/City of Camrose 

County wants new recreation agreement

As renovations to the City of Camrose aquatic centre move ahead, discussion over a proposed new recreation agreement appears to be muddling Camrose County’s contribution to the project.

Camrose Women’s Shelter executive director Nora-Lee Rear is cautiously optimistinc about the federal budget released last week. File photo/ Camrose Canadian

Walk-a-mile recruiting walkers

The Camrose Women’s Shelter is calling on men to take a red high-heeled step towards ending rape, sexual assault and gender violence against women.

Camrose Fire Department responded to a house being struck by lightning on 64th Street on June 21. Submitted/Michelle Doupe

Keep doors locked this summer

As the calendar turned into summer last week, Camrose Police Service is preaching the need to be more vigilant in the protection of property.

Northern Cree drummers from Maskwacis perform during the National Indigenous Peoples Day at the University of Alberta-Augustana in Camrose on June 21. Josh Aldrich/Camrose Canadian

Reconciling through education

Education was one of the main points driven home in the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's report, a call to action the Battle River School Division has not taken lightly.

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