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Fort Macleod town council to meet at library with time for public input

Posted on 19 November 2014 by Editor | Comments Off on Fort Macleod town council to meet at library with time for public input

Fort Macleod residents not only have easier access to council on Monday, Nov. 24, they can have their say too.…Continue Reading

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Volunteers work to preserve story of Old Macleod Trail

Posted on 15 January 2014 by Editor | Comments (1)

Bill Dunn never tires of talking about the Old Macleod Trail. Dunn and other volunteers are working to ensure the trail between Fort Macleod and Calgary — so vital to early settlement in what is now Alberta — is not lost to time. “It is a story about transportation,” said Dunn, who was guest speaker…Continue Reading

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Project Read co-ordinator shares her love of reading

Posted on 18 September 2012 by Editor | Comments Off on Project Read co-ordinator shares her love of reading

New Project Read co-ordinator Janet Archer remembers a time in her life when she didn’t like to read. Archer had poor eyesight and found it difficult to read. Then she got her first pair of glasses at the age of 13. “Once I had them, a whole new world opened up,” Archer said. “I started…Continue Reading

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Librarian Sharon Edwards closes chapter on a career

Posted on 29 May 2012 by Editor | Comments Off on Librarian Sharon Edwards closes chapter on a career

Sharon Edwards was just looking for a job — any job — when she joined Fort Macleod RCMP Centennial Library…Continue Reading

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Library system presents its writer in residence

Posted on 07 February 2012 by Editor | Comments Off on Library system presents its writer in residence

Aspiring writers have the chance Thursday, Feb. 9 to get some advice from a professional. Author David A. Poulsen will…Continue Reading

COVID-19: UPDATES

People in Fort Macleod and district who have symptoms and think they may have COVID-19 should call Health Link at 811. If their symptoms match the criteria, Health Link will advise on their next steps regarding testing.

Most recent updates below.

  • There are 358 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Alberta, including one in Claresholm.
  • Since yesterday, 31 new cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Alberta, bringing the total to 226. Sixteen cases are suspected to be as a result of community transmission. The rest are travel-related.
  • Canada and the United States have an agreement that will restrict non-essential travel across the border, including for tourism and recreation. Canadian and American citizens and permanent residents who are currently visiting each other's country can still return home.
  • Forty-nine new cases of COVID-19 have been reported in Alberta, bringing the total Friday afternoon to 195. On a positive note, three people who contracted the virus have been identified as recovered.
  • Fort Macleod Fish and Game has cancelled its awards banquet set for Saturday, March 28.
  • The Empress Theatre in Fort Macleod is closed.
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Fort Macleod Skating Club held its annual achievement night on Dec. 18