• Advertisement

  • Discover T1X

    • Cobs Bread

      Starting work as early as 2 a.m. was just one of the many challenges Collin Nyberg faced when he switched jobs from System and Network Administrator with the Town of Olds to Franchisee of Cobs Bread at Chestermere Station. “It was certainly somewhat of a...

    • Choicevoice

      Graydon Pease has always been told he has a great voice and should put it to work. “I’ve had people my entire life say you have to do something with your voice, you’ve got this great voice,” he said. After doing a few promotional videos...

    • Back To The Mat

      Martial Arts has always been a passion of Allan Clarke’s. For almost a decade, Clarke’s passion has manifested into a love for Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, in which he has a brown belt and is working towards his black belt. “I’ve been training Brazilian Jiu Jitsu...

    • Small businesses facing challenging times in the city

      It’s no secret that operating a business in Chestermere is a challenge. So far in 2019 the city has already seen several businesses including restaurants Masala Twist and Joeys Urban. “We’ve had quite a substantial loss of some of our businesses that’s for sure,” said Chestermere Chamber of Commerce President Michelle Eldjarnson. Eldjarnson is in…...

    • Chestermere Heating and Cooling Ltd.

      About five years ago, Kyle Fagnan was inspired to open Chestermere Heating and Cooling Ltd. when commuting to his job in Calgary. As he was heading west, Fagnan noticed that there was a constant stream of HVAC trucks heading into Chestermere from Calgary. “I was...

    • Celebrating small businesses

      Small Business Week Chestermere ended with the third annual Small Business Awards Black and White Gala on Oct. 19, at the Lakeside Golf Club. “It was fantastic,” said Chestermere Chamber of Commerce President Michelle Eldjarnson. “We had great attendance, great buzz, great ambience, the room...

    • Supporting small business

      Chestermere celebrated small businesses in the community and the risk takers behind them during the first-ever Small Business Week Chestermere from Oct. 14 until Oct. 19. “It benefits the community because it puts a spot light on our small businesses,” said City of Chestermere Manager...

    • Celebrating the risk takers

      To begin Small Business Week in Chestermere, Dr. Preston Pouteaux, a local beekeeper, pastor, author and columnist hit the stage on Oct. 14 at the Chestermere Lakeside Golf Club. “The presentation was fantastic. I’m excited that this is the first small business week that Chestermere’s...

    • For the love of dance

      Dance has always been a huge part of Makenna Sendecki’s life, and now she is guiding tomorrow’s dancers. “When I was four I started dancing, just a little baby ballerina and I kept dancing all the way until high school graduation,” Sendecki said. Sendecki attended...

    • Darts exploding in popularity

      Gone are the days of only playing darts on a night out at a pub, darts are back in a big way and are quickly becoming a family favorite. “I found that people look to darts as an inexpensive way to have family entertainment for...