Chamber demands Calahasen's resignation
Citing her 'lack of intervention and leadership. . .to provide meaningful resolution to the issue of discriminatory business practices on Alberta's Crown lands,' the Slave Lake Chamber of Commerce last week demanded Lesser Slave Lake MLA Pearl Calahasen resign immediately.
MLA pushes for win-win situation
Lesser Slave Lake MLA Pearl Calahasen says she'll meet with the Slave Lake Chamber of Commerce later this month to discuss the strategy her government will use as it attempts to resolve the issue that's pitted some contractors against some First Nations bands in the region.
RHA changes won't save money, says CEO
Changing health authority boundaries doesn't appear to have any immediate cost-saving measures or affect on the delivery of healthcare, says Ron Benson.
M.D. strikes committee to study youth
Following their budgetary meetings, the M.D. of Big Lakes struck a committee to look into just how many youths lived within their hamlets and how much money they should allot for youth programming in the respective communities.
Crime stats take plunge to delight of council
Overall crime is decreasing in High Prairie due to the hard work of police officers, High Prairie RCMP S/Sgt. Dan McNaughton told town council Jan. 22.
Moore will oversee transition of Keeweetinok Lakes RHA
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Alberta Health and Wellness announced their appointment of new health authority chairpersons on Jan 23. Marvin Moore, currently chairperson for Mistahia, will oversee the transition of what was Keeweetinok, Mistahia and Peace health authorities and is now Health Region 8.
The library has a deal for you!
It's the ultimate freebie as far as the High Prairie municipal library is concerned.
Good Food Box registrations double
Citizens around the region are taking advantage of a program that promotes healthy eating at cheaper prices.