For restaurant and bar owners wavering between operating or walking away, the ability to buy liquor at wholesale prices could provide enough of an edge to help them survive the devastated COVID-19 market, said industry representatives. […]
The provincial government has deemed the Robson Valley eligible for an on-farm slaughter license termed a ‘class D’ and it means farmers can slaughter up to 25 cows on their property and sell the meat at farmers markets, restaurants and grocery stores within the region. […]
The Village of Valemount held their regular meeting by Zoom on June 9. Mayor Owen Torgerson, Councillors Hollie Blanchette, Pete Pearson, Donalda MacLean, Sheri Gee as well as Chief Administrative Officer Wayne Robinson were present. […]
On May 22, 2020 Alberta’s Energy Minister Sonya Savage spoke about the COVID-19 pandemic’s positive effect on Alberta’s Energy Sector; the positive being the limited amount of people able to protest.
The Village of Valemount held their regularly scheduled council meeting on May 26. The meeting was presided over by Mayor Owen Torgerson, councilors Hollie Blanchette, Pete Pearson, Donny MacLean and Sheri Gee were in attendance at a virtual meeting. […]
The members of McBride Village Council met via Zoom on Tuesday May 26, 2020. The meeting was called to order by Mayor Runtz at 7:01pm. Councilors Hruby, Smith, Green and Frederick were in attendance along with CAO McCutcheon. […]
Petr and Petra Herstik, along with daughters Valerie and Olivia visited Crazy Cones in McBride on Friday May 15, their opening day for 2020. Owners Kevin and Jenny Taphorn (behind the counter) have made adjustments to the venue and some of their procedures to comply with current restrictions in order to open for the Long Weekend. They hope to be open every day 11-5. […]