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Alberta Agriculture


Students in Brooks will benefit from a new Kindergarten-to-Grade 6 school to be constructed in their community as a result of an investment in local school infrastructure. A total of 35 schools across Alberta will be built or modernized at an estimated cost of $550 million to cope with a student population expected to soar by about 100,000 new pupils before the end of the decade.

Alberta Education
Students in Medicine Hat will benefit from a new Kindergarten-to-Grade 9 school and Bow Island students will see improvements to Bow Island Elementary School and Senator Gershaw School in their community as a result of an investment in local school infrastructure.

Thursday, 05 May 2011 09:42

Alberta gov’t releases new Education Act

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By Rose Sanchez

Officials with the Prairie Rose School Division (PRSD) will have gained a better understanding  of Alberta’s new proposed Education Act after meeting with deputy education ministers Wednesday.

Thursday, 05 January 2012 14:55

Partial fire ban applied to County of Newell

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Due to the following conditions the Fire & Emergency Services Co-ordinator for the County of Newell has issued  “A Partial Fire Ban” for the entire County of Newell as of 1:45 p.m., January 5 :

The large Wednesday grass fire near Walsh has now been contained by fire crews as of 5:30 p.m.


To help promote diversity and recognize businesses that are diversity-friendly, the City of Brooks has initiated a new certification program.

By Susan Quinlan
Few Albertans would argue this province is the country’s most beautiful, where outdoor adventures can range from casting a rod in a mountain stream to skiing down some of the world’s highest peaks through to living the life of a cowboy, at least for a weekend.

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