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  • Bomber Command Museum reopening in early June
    par Stephen Tipper le 29/05/2020 à 9:19

    The Bomber Command Museum of Canada plans to reopen in early June. Museums are allowed to open, with restrictions, under the first phase of the Alberta’s government reopening plan. The Bomber Command Museum is the process of planning to reopen Wednesday, June 3 and be open Wednesdays to […]

  • Nanton's municipal playgrounds reopened Friday
    par News staff le 29/05/2020 à 9:11

    The Town of Nanton’s playgrounds and the skateboard park reopened on Friday. The reopening of the playgrounds is being done within the recommendations of the government of Alberta guidelines. The Town of Nanton reminds people that social distancing rules and gathering size restrictions will […]

  • Farmers’ market cancelled
    par Stephen Tipper le 28/05/2020 à 11:27

    For the first time in about 25 years, the Nanton United Church Farmers’ Market has been cancelled. The first market of the season usually takes place in mid-June and the last one in early fall. The markets are held in the church’s parking lot on Saturdays, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. But the […]

  • Waterton Lakes National Park reopening Monday with basic services
    par Submitted le 27/05/2020 à 7:12

    Starting June 1, Waterton Lakes National Park will offer visitor access and basic services. Visitors will be able to access the following services, activities and Parks Canada facilities: Some day use areas, including Cameron Bay, Waterton lakeshore, Emerald Bay, Linnet Lake, Driftwood Beach, Pass […]

  • Town of Nanton advised to have muskrats euthanized
    par Stephen Tipper le 26/05/2020 à 11:47

    The Town of Nanton has received advice from an Alberta government official to humanely euthanize muskrats found by Westview pond before they migrate any farther. Barry Sturrock, the Town’s operation manager, was asked about the muskrats at Westview pond by Coun. Terry Wickett during the May 4 […]

  • Some local businesses reopening while others choosing to wait
    par Stephen Tipper le 26/05/2020 à 11:43

    Some Nanton businesses are opting to wait before opening their doors again to the public during the COVID-19 outbreak while others were eager to let the public back into their stores. The Alberta government is allowing restaurants to open their dining areas at 50 per cent capacity, while taking […]

  • Livingstone Range applies for more provincial funding
    par Frank McTighe le 22/05/2020 à 9:31

    Livingstone Range School Division hopes to tap into some additional government funding for infrastructure, maintenance and renewal projects. The school division submitted a list in response to the province’s call for projects that can be started and completed within a six-month period. […]

  • Maternity services being reinstated June 3 at High River Hospital
    par Submitted le 22/05/2020 à 9:22

    Effective June 3, Alberta Health Services (AHS) is restoring inpatient maternal/newborn services at High River Hospital. These services were temporarily suspended on April 21 due to “ongoing Calgary Zone pandemic capacity planning,” reads a Friday news release from AHS. On April 21, […]

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