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Day: 18 June 2020

‘Too Early To Tell’

In a province reeling from a dramatic drop in energy prices, the COVID-19 pandemic added another punch to the real estate industry, according to the Alberta Real Estate Association (AREA).

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Break and enter numbers drop in 2020

Hinton’s RCMP detachment continues to focus on decreasing break and enters after seeing a five year high in 2019.

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Lessons learned through COVID: ATA

A recent study revealed that although the COVID-19 pandemic has amplified education challenges of inequity and poverty, it has also accelerated new opportunities with digital technologies and collaboration within the school community.

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Businesses adjust to Stage 2 of Alberta relaunch

Stage 2 of Alberta’s economic relaunch strategy and some steps that were scheduled to wait until the third stage came earlier than expected for many local businesses.

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Projects expedited for HCHS

Previously approved maintenance projects by Alberta Education at Harry Collinge High School have been accelerated to be completed within six months.

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School expected to be back in for September

Alberta Minister of Education, Adriana LaGrange, said June 10 that students are expected to be back in school in September.

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Hinton Golf Club project profit in 2020

Kyle Crawford, director of the Hinton Golf Club, presented the club’s 2020 budget and business plan as part of a temporary reporting arrangement to the Town of Hinton and Council at the Standing Committee Meeting on June 9.

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Land use, safety code, and HR bylaws approved

Council approved all bylaws that came back to them for approval at the regular council meeting on June 16.

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