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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Keep Jim Uffelmann Park a beautiful multi-use area

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Keep Jim Uffelmann Park a beautiful multi-use area

I am writing to add my voice to the many who are unhappy with the changes proposed by Bike Cochrane to the Jim Uffelmann Park.
EDITORIAL: Public health care measures should be left in the hands of medical experts

EDITORIAL: Public health care measures should be left in the hands of medical experts

Albertans across the province have been left physically, mentally and spiritually exhausted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
COFFEE WITH WARREN: To Prince Philip

COFFEE WITH WARREN: To Prince Philip

HRH Prince Philip , Duke of Edinburgh and husband of Queen Elizabeth II, passed away on April 9, 2021 at the age of 99.
Column: Guinness World Record #6: London Marathon

Column: Guinness World Record #6: London Marathon

In 2020, one of the outcomes of COVID was that we switched from in-person to virtual races. Instead of heading off to locations around the world we had the opportunity of participating in these events virtually.
EDITORIAL: Fire safety starts with you

EDITORIAL: Fire safety starts with you

The weather is warming up in Cochrane and with it comes dry grass ready to ignite.
COFFEE WITH WARREN:  Funny bones and vaccinations

COFFEE WITH WARREN: Funny bones and vaccinations

In the darkness of these Covid times it’s nice to have a chuckle or two.
Letter to the Editor:  Public health measures set by AHS not local businesses

Letter to the Editor: Public health measures set by AHS not local businesses

During these very difficult times we are all doing the best we can to cope with this pandemic, Cochrane Home Treasures is no exception. Our staff is wearing masks, distancing and washing hands all according to the Alberta Health Services rules.
Letter to the Editor: Premier Kenney becoming unelectable for a second term

Letter to the Editor: Premier Kenney becoming unelectable for a second term

Premier Kenney’s response to the Supreme Court of Canada’s ruling that the Liberal government’s Carbon Tax plan is constitutional has been weak in the extreme.
Council Column: Moving Cochrane forward, key Town projects breaking ground this spring

Council Column: Moving Cochrane forward, key Town projects breaking ground this spring

Heading into the final stretch of our four-year term as your Cochrane Town Council, I believe it is important to reflect on past achievements, while also looking ahead to the projects breaking ground this spring that council has planned for the futur
EDITORIAL: Canada's vaccine rollout blunders failing Canadians

EDITORIAL: Canada's vaccine rollout blunders failing Canadians

The rollout of COVID-19 vaccines has been a less than smooth experience for many Canadians.