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    • December 12, 2019

      Olympians join the second annual Tim Horton’s Western Canada Pond Hockey Championships * City Council carried first reading of the revised Unsightly Premises Bylaw * Breaking down barriers for women in the community * City council implements 2% decrease for the second consecutive year

    • December 05, 2019

      Annual Kids’ Holiday Store supporting families in the community * Mayor reflects on steps completed to create an Amazing Chestermere * Celebrating early childhood development through play * Chestermere student raises over $3,500 for cancer research * Chestermere drivers were able to have their vehicles checked to ensure optimum safety while commuting this winter * Second annual Christmas Bird Count comparing what flew through Chestermere last year * Second annual Christmas Bird Count comparing what flew through Chestermere last year * Chestermere Whitecappers’ 50:50 draw has a winner

    • November 28, 2019

      Winter Lights Festival officially kicks off the holiday season in Chestermere * Chestermere RCMP have seen a decrease in crime within the community * Planning for the future of Chestermere’s Town Centre District * CIBC educating clients about effects of fraud * Council deliberations for 2020 financial budget continue * Standing-up against non-medical switch of Crohn’s and ulcerative colitis patient’s effective treatment

    • November 21, 2019

      Tim Horton’s Smile Cookie Campaign raised over $7,000 for the Food Bank * Hundreds of residents honoured veterans during annual Remembrance Day ceremony * The city of Chestermere explores possibly purchasing Recreation Centre lands * Lifepath Wellness introducing a new type of medical system * Two per cent tax cut to property taxes proposed * Minister of Justice and Solicitor General of Alberta announces policies to help prevent rural crime * Langdon School Project will help to ease pressure of over population in Rocky View schools

    • November 14, 2019

      Synergy Halloween Masquerade raised $8,000 to help support local programs * Socially Active Chestermere resident continues her yearly clothing drive for Calgary Alpha House Society * Township Road 240 reopens * Province allocates design funding for new Langdon School project * Municipal enforcement increases their public engagement program * Chestermere residents encouraged to cook chili to support of Calgary Yacht Club Youth Race Program * Prairie Horizon Pop-Up Market giving shoppers the opportunity to build relationships with producers * A brief history of the Chestermere Whitecappers