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- Residential taxes held at
  0% by council for 2014
- Bunny Bonspiel, a
  ‘hare’ raising experience
- Community support for
  Elise Kwan
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‘Hurry Hard’ at the Bunny
Jerry Norvila, looks to draw to the button in the final Men’s C game last Sunday afternoon. The ‘Bunny Bonspiel’, is in its 67th year of good times and competitive curling. The bonspiel is held every Easter at the Coleman Sports Complex.
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Bunny Bonspiel, a ‘hare’ raising experience
Screams of ‘hurry hard’ could be heard echoing from the Coleman Recreation Centre this past weekend, as people from all over southern Alberta and B.C. participated in the Bunny Bonspiel. The Bunny has been going steady for [...]
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Teck announces the layoff of 600 workers
Teck Resources announced on Tuesday, April 22 that it will cut its entire workforce by approximately 600 people as the price of coal remains at an all time low.
Around 47% of the profits realized by the company [...]
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Jonny Harris and CBC tape series in Pass
Polish Hall in Coleman was packed Friday night as Jonny Harris and fellow comics Chuck Byrn and Pete Zedlacher put on a comedy show celebrating the Crowsnest Pass and its people.
Footage from [...]
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Education up for discussion at Chamber
On Wednesday, John Taylor, off campus coordinator with the Livingston Range School Division, spoke about the changes coming to education in Alberta at the Crowsnest Pass Chamber of Commerce monthly meeting at Country Encounters Hospitality.
Taylor says the new system will [...]
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Local Air Cadet Nigal Smith promoted
Flight Sergeant Nigal Smith was promoted to Warrant Officer 2nd-Class (WO2) during the closing parade of air cadet training on April 7th. This is WO2 Smith’s [...]
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On Peanuts and Taxes
"Life is like a candy bar. We're paying more, but they're getting shorter” says Charlie Brown.
At the risk of sounding like the teacher in a Peanuts Comic Strip, I am, once again, writing about [...]
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Mobile Mammograms for help test for Breast Cancer
Last week, a 53-foot trailer was parked outside the Coleman Arena offering free mammograms to anyone with an Alberta Health card.
The trailer was there as part of [...]
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Residential taxes held at 0% by council for 2014
Council met on April 15th and passed third reading of the Property Tax Bylaw.
Overall council was able to adhere to their committment of a 0% property tax increase.
Instead of an initial planned [...]
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Community support for Elise Kwan
Graduating high school is a big event in anyone’s life. Sadly for Elise Kwan, this moment is being taken away from her due to persisting health problems.
Elise has struggled with health problems for a number of years. Despite these setbacks, she has [...]
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Geology Rocks - Literally - Part 1
We are blessed here in the Crowsnest Pass with some of the most spectacular scenery to be found anywhere. It is easy to become complacent about it all or forget to look around and marvel at the mountain landscapes that surround us.
That landscape has an incredibly complex [...]
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Finnish students visit the High School
Like many teens, Finnish exchange student Senni Tolvanen, 16, does not know what she wants to do after high school.
But, thanks to her country’s two-tiered post-secondary education system, she’s already [...]
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Crowsnest Pass Municipal Council meeting updates
At Tuesday’s council meeting, Bob Innes, secretary for the Blairmore Lions Club, presented a proposal to erect a digital LED sign on club property to advertise events.
Ken Bourdeau, Development Officer, says the proposal was [...]
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Future visions for Crowsnest Centre site reviewed by council
Council said no to a truck stop and yes to a concept plan that could someday include retail, hotel and community spaces for the former site of the Crowsnest Centre.
At a regular council meeting on April 1, Ken Bourdeau, Development Officer, unveiled [...]
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Youth hockey celebrated at awards
It was a celebration of our great game at the Coleman Arena on Friday night as players, parents and staff gathered for the 2013-14 Crowsnest Pass Minor Hockey Awards.
About 150 attended [...]
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