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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.
COFFEE WITH WARREN: Easter celebrates triumph of the Light over darkness

COFFEE WITH WARREN: Easter celebrates triumph of the Light over darkness

With the arrival of Good Friday and Easter, we wrap up this year’s Lenten series on looking to Christ’s example of humility as the standard for our life together in community.
Letter to the Editor: Cochrane Activettes Bursary expanded to include 2 bursaries

Letter to the Editor: Cochrane Activettes Bursary expanded to include 2 bursaries

In 2013, the Cochrane Activettes established an annual bursary for $3500.00 to commemorate the 35th anniversary of the club. For 2021 only, we are offering two bursaries, each valued at $3500.00.
OPINION: COVID-19 vaccine policies explained

OPINION: COVID-19 vaccine policies explained

"Science is not static and understanding that evidence evolves and builds with time will help us in this time where studies related to COVID-19 are proceeding at breakneck speed. We can be confident that recommendations will be refined or changed as new information comes forth and adds to the body of scientific evidence."
EDITORIAL: Maintaining positive mental health is a community effort

EDITORIAL: Maintaining positive mental health is a community effort

COVID-19 has been an all-consuming and life-disrupting global health crisis that has left both physical and mental damage in its wake.
COFFEE WITH WARREN: Not my will but Thine be done

COFFEE WITH WARREN: Not my will but Thine be done

For three years Jesus had proclaimed release to the captives, recovery of sight to the blind, and liberation of the oppressed. Yes, the kingdom of God was at hand, and Light was shining in the darkness.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Balance can be found between off-leash park and cyclists

I wanted to respond to the letter from Mr Knox, suggesting that cyclists should be banned from the off leash down by the river.
EDITORIAL: Budget 2021 is failing Cochrane's students

EDITORIAL: Budget 2021 is failing Cochrane's students

One of the biggest disappointments of Budget 2021 has been the provincial government's failure to provide capital funding to support schools in Cochrane.
COFFEE WITH WARREN: The sun rises on all alike

COFFEE WITH WARREN: The sun rises on all alike

The other day from my living room window I enjoyed one of the most beautiful sunrises I’ve seen lately (attached).