• Licensed preschool program runs Tuesday and Thursdays for three- and four-year-old children. Morning and afternoon classes offered. Call 403-715-4042 to register or Facebook Fort Macleod Preschool.
  • Project Read needs tutors for learners. Phone 403-553-4106.
  • Canadian Blood Services needs donors in southern Alberta. To book an appointment, call 1-888-236-6283.
  • Become a Red Cross disaster response volunteer. Call 403-327-7117 or visit www.redcross.ca/southernalberta.
    A display that was part of a travelling exhibit of the College and Association of Registered Nurses of Alberta.

    Alberta’s registered nurses mark a century of service with travelling historical display

    Posted 25 May 2016 Comments (0)

    A century of registered nursing in Alberta was celebrated Wednesday in Fort Macleod. The College and Association of Registered Nurses…Continue Reading

    ‘Love That Fiddle’ will take people back to a simpler time

    Posted 25 May 2016 Comments (0)

    Scott Woods and his fiddle return to Fort Macleod on Saturday, June 4 for the eighth straight year, bringing an…Continue Reading

    Everyone has a role in keeping community safe

    Posted 25 May 2016 Comments (0)

    GAZETTE CONTRIBUTOR – FORT MACLEOD CRIME PREVENTION ADVISORY COMMITTEE Fort Macleod Crime Prevention Advisory Committee wants to remind everyone that…Continue Reading

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    W.A. Day school student initiates Fort McMurray fund-raiser

    Posted 18 May 2016 Comments (0)

    A Grade 4 student at W.A. Day school in Fort Macleod initiated a fund-raising project to support students at Fort McMurray. Peyton Wallin, 10, was watching the morning television news earlier this month and witnessed the devastation as a wildfire swept through Fort McMurray. Peyton arrived at W.A. Day school that morning, wanting to do…Continue Reading

    Free naloxone kits are now available at pharmacies.

    Province expands access to naloxone, opioid treatment

    Posted 18 May 2016 Comments (0)

    Albertans can now get free take-home naloxone kits from pharmacies without a prescription. The province is also providing $3-million to…Continue Reading

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Fort Macleod town council recently joined Alberta's Promise, a group dedicated to making this province the best place to raise a child. Back row, from left: Coun. Keith Trowbridge, Coun. Gord Wolstenholme, Coun. Mike Collar, Coun. Trish Hoskin and Coun. Michael Dyck. Front row, from left: Mayor Rene Gendre and Deputy Mayor Brent Feyter.

    Fort Macleod joins Alberta’s Promise

    Posted 18 May 2016 Comments (0)

    Fort Macleod cares about the children in its community. The Town of Fort Macleod will have support in that commitment…Continue Reading

    F.P. Walshe reunion attracts former students from two decades to Fort Macleod

    Posted 18 May 2016 Comments (0)

    F.P. Walshe school will be the focus on June 10-12. More than 500 people who attended the Fort Macleod school…Continue Reading

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    Empress Theatre Society chooses classic ‘The Wizard of Oz’ for new production

    Posted 11 May 2016 Comments (1)

    The Wizard of Oz comes to the stage of the Empress Theatre this week. The beloved musical is the fourth community theatre production by the Empress Theatre Society, following on the successes of Anne of Green Gables, Nunsense and Chickens. “This particular production truly displays what community theatre is, and everything we wanted to achieve…Continue Reading

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