Our moment has arrived. On September 4, 2014, an announcement was made that changed the landscape of our fair city: “The host city of the 2019 Canada Winter Games is the City of Red Deer!”
One of the oft-heard criticisms from proponents of the proposed Bighorn Country Proposal is that this is the best chance for creating a conservation area to legislate protection for the Bighorn.
One of the oft-heard criticisms from detractors of the proposed Bighorn Country is that it is rushed and cannot happen outside the process of the North Saskatchewan Regional Plan (NSRP).
In just eight days, the 2019 Canada Winter Games will begin, and the feeling of anticipation and excitement is becoming palpable across our community and at Red Deer College.
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Alberta’s economy is experiencing a strange problem. We have a strong workforce that is producing high quality products, with customers waiting to buy these products.
Of all the important days we celebrated throughout the past year, March 1, 2018, was the single-most historic day for Red Deer College.
The massive carbon tax that came into force on January 1 is just the first step in a long Liberal journey of punishing Canadians for the cost of the energy we all use — and need —just to live in Canada.
Fellow Red Deerians and Central Albertans, City Council has received questions regarding our advocacy for national pipeline infrastructure to get Alberta's energy to market.