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    • 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....

    • Chestermere High School Athletics Oct 25

      GIRLS SOCCER The Lakers had a big win last week. With their 2-0 victory over WH Croxford, last Thursday, the Lakers clinched 2nd place and...

    • FCP welcomes new leader

      Derek Fildebrandt was officially elected to be the Freedom Conservative Party (FCP) of Alberta’s first office leader on Oct. 20. “Isn’t it a great day...

    • Becoming a household name

      After retiring as an executive assistant, Chestermere artist is working towards becoming a house-hold name, with her art working hanging on people’s walls. “I’ve been...

    • Cannabis in Chestermere

      With Cannabis now legal in Canada, Chestermere Council met on Oct. 15 to review all bylaws regarding the substance in the community. “We knew from...

    • Public cannabis consumption

      In preparation for legalization of Cannabis on Oct. 17, Chestermere city council held a meeting to discuss the new public Cannabis Consumption Bylaw on Oct....

    • How to Teach Your Child Problem Solving Skills

      Parents often find themselves solving most of their children’s problems. Whether it’s fighting with a sibling over a toy, a tough basketball game, or peer...

    • Fire prevention through education

      Firefighters were out spreading the message of fire safety for Fire Prevention Week Oct. 7-13. “The meat and potatoes of fire prevention…is we want people...

    • Sliding to a good time

      It’s not just cars and pedestrians slipping and sliding across the ice this October, rocks are sliding across the ice at the Chestermere Curling Club....

    • Inclusivity for all

      Youth who have food allergies can collect non-food treats while trick-or-treating at the annual Teal Pumpkin Project Trunk or Treat. Families affected by food allergies...