A review of the technology needs of the Chinook School Division will result in cost savings and a more user-friendly approach to address the computer needs of students.

Wednesday, 25 January 2017 08:00

Alberta electoral boundaries are up for review

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Alberta’s population has grown more than 20 per cent since 2009. That’s the last time officials took a look at the province’s electoral boundaries. Since then, however, some neighbourhoods have grown considerably.

The only ammolite mine in the world is located just 25 kilometres south of Lethbridge and recent expansions have created jobs in the area.

Library patrons can now access instructor-led, online courses through the websites of all 14 public libraries in southeastern Alberta for free, with library membership.

The Crowsnest Pass will soon have a separate tourism website for the community to help attract people and show what the Crowsnest Pass has to offer.

A Pincher Creek teen has her third photography exhibit on display at the Smithsonian. Jenaya Launstein has been following in her father’s footsteps with a love for photography. Since she began, she’s won numerous awards for her work and now has her third exhibit on display.

As Progressive Conservative Association of Alberta party members choose their next leader, they will be doing so under a new voting system.

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