The community, west of Calgary, received just under $60,000 in funding from Ottawa for its “Cochrane Loves Local” initiative, meant to market local shops. The campaign is hoping to use local residents in videos and testimonials to share stories about businesses in the town that will then be shared on social media.
Charges have been laid against an Ontario man who posted photos of the Alberta judge who recently convicted four anti-mask, COVID-denying men who repeatedly breached public health restrictions and judges' orders.
The province is delaying a round of tuition hikes requested by the University of Calgary, citing the need for better consultation with students.
COVID-19 is again on the rise in Alberta as the province's new cases, active cases and R-value continue to inch higher. On Monday, the province reported 387 cases over the past three days.