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Hyland stepping down as PEP chair

Alan Hyland, long-time chair of Palliser Economic Partnership, announced at the organization's AGM on Friday that he would be stepping down from the position.

By Tim Kalinowski During Friday’s Palliser Economic Partnership (PEP) annual general meeting long-time chairman Alan Hyland of Bow Island stepped aside to make way for new leadership. Hyland has served as chair of the regional organization since its inception 14 years ago. Hyland was replaced by former Special Areas board chair Jay Slemp, who won election over Medicine Hat city councillor Jim Turner on Friday.… Read More »

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Poor air quality prompts advisory from AHS

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Bylaw report to town council

By Jamie Rieger Traffic, dogs, cats, and unsightly premises kept Bow Island bylaw officer, Jason Schreiber busy during the month of May, but files under… Read More »

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Well if you haven’t heard by now, Redcliff town council ended up passing it’s controversial “Communication with Litigants” bylaw amendment without too much public furor… Read More »

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