Friends of Medicare is coming to Camrose on Saturday to discuss concerns over the privatization of seniors care facilities.
Wetaskiwin-Camrose MLA Bruce Hinkley is defending the provincial budget released on Thursday last week, despite the $10.3 billion deficit that will come with the financial plan.
Every student has their own currency of motivation.
The Camrose Women’s Shelter has grown bigger in an effort to serve the community better.
The City of Camrose joined 35 municipalities across the province in raising the Franco-Albertan Flag to mark the beginning of Les Rendez-vous de la Francophonie.
The Swans and Roses Lions Club has come forward and paid for the naming rights for the city’s new downtown pocket park.
Paul Coffey is known more for expertise in putting pucks in the net as opposed to crops in the ground, but he says there are some distinct similarities to the process.
Representatives from Special Olympics Camrose, City Hall and the Camrose Police Service gathered at École Camrose Composite High School March 3 to rally students’ support in “spreading the word to end the word.”
Business leaders and government officials from across North America descended on Camrose last week with the goal of improving trade between Eastern Alberta and the U.S. and Mexico.
Dr. Sheree Kwong See is closing in on the completion of her 10-community whistle stop tour across the province talking with seniors to really find out the biggest issues they face today.
Victor Goodman has only been a Camrosian for four months, but the City’s Director of Community Development and Innovation says this is the most livable city he has ever lived in.
Dr. Ronald Lett has spent his adult life training a legion of doctors and surgeons in Africa, his message to University of Alberta-Augusta students is to not put off philanthropic work.
A $5 million investment in downtown Camrose is waiting approval to put a shovel in the ground.
Raising money through golf tournament is not an original ides. Doing so with several inches of snow on the ground, however, and it’s the makings of a ridiculously good time.
The City of Camrose was out in full force supporting Pink Shirt Day on Wednesday as staff and councillors donned their own pink T-shirts. For Mayor Norm Mayer the movement is an important one as society shifts away from sweeping bullying under the rug.
The Bethany Group will receive nearly $1.2 million in funding from the Alberta and federal governments for renovations and upkeep of their three local old age facilities.
Local foodies may soon have more opportunities to test their pallet.
Camrose County hit a major snag in their road building and development plans for the foreseeable future.
The theme for Spirit of Reconciliation was to move beyond apologies and to move forward with rebuilding a culture and a people.