Wednesday, 18 March 2020.
Pincher Creek Regional Emergency Management Organization has been activated and is monitoring the situation very closely.
"To our knowledge, there are no known cases of COVID-19 in the community," says Mayor Anderberg.
Monday, 16 March 2020.
Pincher Creek town council has advised of facility closures and event postponements after a special council meeting held this afternoon.
Sunday, 08 March 2020.
On Feb. 27, 18 young men from the Piikani Nation were the first graduates of a new Introduction to Trades Program hosted in partnership with The Educational Partnership Foundation.
Saturday, 07 March 2020.
"Our local healthcare will be running on fumes," says Dr. Vanessa Rogers of Crowsnest Pass.
"For now, it is difficult to answer my patients' questions about whether I am staying to be their doctor. I want to be here, but many of the reasons I chose this town are now in jeopardy. I must decide if I can stay and work in a broken systme, or if I have to consider leaving the community I now call home."
Sunday, 01 March 2020.
Rural governments across southern Alberta are expressing concern over potential impacts of the province’s new police funding model on their budgets, capacity and, most importantly, their residents.
Wednesday, 26 February 2020.
Letter to the editor from Dr. Jared Van Bussel of Pincher Creek addressing the impacts of Bill 21.