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University Student looks to inspire conversation about racism in Cochrane

University Student looks to inspire conversation about racism in Cochrane

“I hope that it plants a seed and that they go home and have a conversation about race,” Gicuhi said. “They can self-reflect and look at, ‘What am I doing, what biases do I have that I need to correct.’”
Alberta businesswoman named lieutenant-governor, first Muslim in role in Canada

Alberta businesswoman named lieutenant-governor, first Muslim in role in Canada

Hope for Home inspires community art

Hope for Home inspires community art

“The idea was how can we be together when we are apart,” Hazelwanter said. “It’s a visual of spreading hope and solidarity in tough times.”
Alberta expands gatherings for outdoor audience events to 200 people

Alberta expands gatherings for outdoor audience events to 200 people

Good Morning Cochrane!

Good Morning Cochrane!

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Town of Cochrane administration proposes changes to short term rental regulations

Town of Cochrane administration proposes changes to short term rental regulations

“This will help ensure that short term rentals are being regulated appropriately in Town,” Hofer said. “There appears to be a growing popularity of this type of short term rental in Town.”
Update: Alberta cuts business tax, boosts infrastructure spending to reboot economy

Update: Alberta cuts business tax, boosts infrastructure spending to reboot economy

Stoney Nakoda secures spot for pilot project

Stoney Nakoda secures spot for pilot project

A pilot project launched in Stoney Nakoda Nation on Thursday (June 25) testing out a Swiss drone to deliver viral live test swabs to urban centres – the first of its kind in Canada
Good Morning Cochrane!

Good Morning Cochrane!

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Renovations approved for Family Resource Network

Renovations approved for Family Resource Network

“Services will no longer be fragmented within two facilities as they were in the past,” Krawec said. “Parents will be able to walk through the FRN (Family Resource Network) door and attended child development programs, access parenting support, basic needs support or even counselling.”