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Howard May

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Recent Work by Howard

New pathway to join Sunset to rest of Cochrane

New pathway to join Sunset to rest of Cochrane

The Town of Cochrane and Melcor Developments Ltd. will soon begin construction on a new paved pathway, connecting Sunset Ridge to existing Cochrane trails.
Great Cochrane Outhouse Races returning after two year absence

Great Cochrane Outhouse Races returning after two year absence

The Great Cochrane Outhouse Races are back later this month and organizers are overflowing with excitement.
Farm-to-table grass-fed beef ranch near Sundre carves out niche

Farm-to-table grass-fed beef ranch near Sundre carves out niche

As almost any rancher will attest, a cowboy’s work is never done.
Cochrane Tourism promoting town as a motorcycle touring hub

Cochrane Tourism promoting town as a motorcycle touring hub

The Cochrane Tourism Association is pumping the tires of motorcycle enthusiasts in an attempt to establish the town as a start and end point for road trips, hoping bikers will inject some cash into local businesses before and after they ride.
PhD candidate studying fescue grasses at Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park

PhD candidate studying fescue grasses at Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park

Jenna Leblanc has brought her love of grasslands and Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park together as she pursues her PhD. Leblanc grew up in Calgary and worked a summer job at Glenbow Ranch Park Foundation.
Cochrane teacher holding online classes for displaced Ukrainian kids

Cochrane teacher holding online classes for displaced Ukrainian kids

“I’m so pleased because this has re-ignited my love for teaching. This is the heart of teaching,” she said.
NDP releases FOIP documents on ambulance shortages in Cochrane

NDP releases FOIP documents on ambulance shortages in Cochrane

The NDP’s Municipal Affairs critic Joe Ceci came to Cochrane today to share documents his party received through a freedom of information request (FOIP), which show that ambulances were pulled from towns surrounding Calgary more than 30,000 times in three years.
Bike Cochrane studying ways to improve local pathways

Bike Cochrane studying ways to improve local pathways

Though at first it may seem a bit counterintuitive to users who’ve had to step over cables crossing pathways around Cochrane this summer, they are there to help make the corridors safer and more user-friendly down the road.
Displaced Ukrainians overwhelmed by Cochrane's generosity

Displaced Ukrainians overwhelmed by Cochrane's generosity

Dasha, along with her brother Andrew and mother Olha, are living in Cochrane thanks to the generosity of Lisa and Heath Foster, who welcomed them into their West Pointe home in June.
Cochranite cautions pet owners to watch for foxtails

Cochranite cautions pet owners to watch for foxtails

“These plants are a real problem for animals – any animal that has its nose down,” she said.