“Keep it locked. Keep your keys with you. And keep our streets safe.”

On May 28, High River town council approved bylaw amendments that will enable future retail sales of recreational cannabis in High River. Currently, non-medical cannabis sale (and possession) remains illegal. Licenses for retail operations will not be issued until cannabis is legalized by the federal government, which is tentatively set for summer 2018.
The Town has started accepting applications and issuing development permits for cannabis-related businesses.

Alberta’s highways are busy places, and in the summertime, there are more trucks, tractor-trailers and buses on Alberta roads.

Monday, 18 June 2018 13:30

Female pedestrian struck near Flaxcombe

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Kindersley RCMP were called to a collision on Highway 7, at Flaxcombe, at 1:30 Sunday morning.  A female pedestrian was struck by a westbound semi which resulted in the pedestrian being taken to the  hospital with what was described as serious injuries.

The City of Swift Current and Tennis Saskatchewan have partnered together to host four tennis clinics this summer. This will be a great opportunity for community members to learn and improve their tennis skills.

Saturday, 16 June 2018 13:41

Chuckwagon results from Day 2 from Medicine Hat

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It was a good night of racing on night 2 of the Medicine Hat Exhibition & Stampede. It was a little windy and cool weather wise, but racetrack conditions were very good and some outstanding chuckwagon races were witnessed by a near capacity crowd.

After a great four days of running in Saskatoon, the WPCA Pro Tour returned to Alberta and resumed on Thursday night with the running of the Medicine Hat Exhibition & Stampede in Medicine Hat.

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