The Red Deer & District Chamber of Commerce recently submitted a letter to Mayor Veer, City Council, and the City Manager advocating for a zero per cent increase to the 2018 Operating Budget and not just because we’re trying to be di
This week Red Deer received some incredibly disappointing news from AHS – hospital improvements that we so desperately need in Central Alberta are not very high on their priority list.
In last month’s column, I provided you with a snapshot of the questions people commonly ask about RDC.
I want to wish all my constituents in Red Deer a Happy New Year. I hope you had a wonderful break, were able to spend time with your friends and family, and reflected on all our blessings.
Hello! It’s a bit late for me to be writing a “Looking Back at 2017” column, but here are four stories I covered over the past 12 months that have really stuck with me, and will for a while:
Every year, the same stupid debate rears its ugly head – what should we say to each other during the festive season?
In my role at Red Deer College, I have the opportunity to connect with people from across central Alberta.
Albertans understand that dentists operate as private businesses and are free to charge whatever the market will bear.