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NDP leadership meet and greet held in Wetaskiwin

NDP leadership meet and greet held in Wetaskiwin

A new party leader will be chosen on Saturday, June 22
The county of Wetaskiwin receives a grant for a digital platform

The county of Wetaskiwin receives a grant for a digital platform

The platform will feature engaging content, detailed sections on local activities, dining options, accommodations, and upcoming events
City of Wetaskiwin responds to rumours surrounding shelter

City of Wetaskiwin responds to rumours surrounding shelter

City also passed a notice of motion to rescind a motion that rescinded a development permit for Hope Mission shelter
Leduc County resident killed in standoff with RCMP

Leduc County resident killed in standoff with RCMP

A confrontation happened between the suspect and the officers resulting in at least one EPS officer discharging a firearm
UPDATE: Leduc RCMP on scene of motor vehicle collision

UPDATE: Leduc RCMP on scene of motor vehicle collision

Police learned the male driver of the Nissan Rogue fled the area on foot
Leduc RCMP respond to collision between school bus and SUV

Leduc RCMP respond to collision between school bus and SUV

One child in the SUV was transported to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries
Heritage festival brought a joyful weekend in Wetaskiwin

Heritage festival brought a joyful weekend in Wetaskiwin

Hundreds of locals got acquainted with a wide variety of live shows displaying Canada’s diverse cultural backgrounds
UPDATE: Maskwacis RCMP stepping up patrols after firearm related calls

UPDATE: Maskwacis RCMP stepping up patrols after firearm related calls

Maskwacis RCMP are stepping up patrols after an increase in gun-related crime, according to a release. On June 10, Maskwacis RCMP responded to reports of gun shots being fired at a residence in Maskwacis.
AUPE updates members on negotiations in Wetaskiwin

AUPE updates members on negotiations in Wetaskiwin

AUPE started negotiations to gain higher salaries for its members in January, but there hasn’t been desirable headway so far
New report shows the disproportionate impact of drug poisoning on First Nations

New report shows the disproportionate impact of drug poisoning on First Nations

Report: Despite making up just 3.6 per cent of the population in Alberta, First Nations 20 per cent of all apparent unintentional opioid poisoning deaths in the province from 2016 2022