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Day: April 23, 2020

Zero COVID-19 related tickets issued in Hinton

No COVID-19 related tickets have been issued in Hinton since April 9 when parameters to support the Local State of Emergency (SOLE) became enforceable.

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Alberta has 70 hospitalizations, as of April 22

The good news for Albertans is that while the number of COVID-19 hospitalizations has risen recently, it is still well below the projected modelling released two weeks ago by Alberta Health Services.

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Library getting resources, programs to the people

The Hinton Library has prided itself as a third space – a home away from home for many and a focal point of cultural and literary programming.

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Child care open for essential workers in Hinton

The province has approved the reopening of the Hinton Kids for Success Child Care facility to provide childcare for essential workers.

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Rodeo cancelled, Föhn and WMMF up in the air

Both Hinton’s River Valley Riding Association (RVRA) fundraising auction and the 24th Mary Reimer Memorial Rodeo have been cancelled due to COVID-19 restrictions.

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Organized sports shelved/delayed due to COVID

With the sun out and the temperature rising, this is the time in Hinton when thoughts usually turn to a new sports season.

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Construction begins on new Pine Valley Lodge build

The view from the Pine Valley Lodge has changed a little bit over the past couple of weeks as residents now watch construction of the new Pine Valley Lodge from their windows.

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Regular Council meeting returns via zoom

Hinton Council touched on seven action items during the April 21 meeting

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Hinton Water Act application in review

Alberta Environment and Parks (AEP) is in the process of reviewing a Water Act application that will allow the Town of Hinton to maintain certain sections of the Beaver Boardwalk.

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