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Day: June 11, 2020

Graduation in the time of COVID-19

High School graduation ceremonies have been adapted across the country to fit with the restrictions around the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Brazilian cowboy sees Hinton on epic trek

During the last leg of an eight-year horseback trek crossing the Americas, Brazillian Cowboy, Filipe Masetti Leite, spent five nights outside of Hinton at the Old Entrance Bed and Breakfast.

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Elder Abuse Awareness Day highlights local resources

Canada’s fastest growing population is over the age of 65 and is quickly becoming vulnerable to abuse that can rob them of their well-being and dignity, according to the Alberta Elder Abuse Awareness Council.

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Hinton Kids for Success opens July 6

Instead of going to Discovery Camp this summer, kids in Hinton might be spending time with each other in the Hinton Kids for Success program.

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Province initiates Phase 2 relaunch

Alberta will be moving into phase two of the provincial relaunch strategy on June 12 as numbers of active COVID-19 cases continue to drop.

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Waste Pilot Project results deemed succesful

The Town of Hinton considered the Hardisty Waste Pilot Project a success, said Emdad Haque, Hinton’s director of infrastructure services.

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New street name signs presented to council

Council got its first look at the engineering and design standards for neighbourhood street name signs for the Town of Hinton at the standing committee meeting on June 9.

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No request for emergency funds anticipated

Administration presented the financial, staffing, and service level impacts that occurred due to the COVID-19 pandemic at the standing committee meeting on June 9.

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