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  1. PROVINCIAL BUDGET IMPACTS ON COCHRANE BEING REVIEWED; CAPITAL PROJECTS STILL ON SCHEDULE

    The provincial budget delivered today confirmed 2015/16 MSI Capital Grants of $3,474,865 in addition to the $1.9 million one-time additional funding announced earlier this month. More...

  2. MAYOR ISSUES COMMUNITY FUNDRAISING CHALLENGE

    Since Rock the Waves launched, nearly $4.5million has been raised for Cochrane’s new aquatic and curling/multi-sport centre. Mayor Ivan Brooker wants to add $100,000 by April 30. The Mayor issued the challenge during the construction kick-off March 26. More...

  3. AQUATIC CENTRE CONSTRUCTION STARTS; MAYOR ISSUES FUNDRAISING CHALLENGE

    Fencing is up and equipment has arrived — construction has started on Cochrane’s new aquatic and curling/multi-sport centre. Cochrane Mayor Ivan Brooker and SLS Recreation Park Society Board President Gerry Smith kicked off construction March 26. More...

  4. STREETSWEEPING STARTS WITH PRE-SWEEP

    Town crews are starting this year's streetsweeping with a pre-sweep of main roads and residential areas (as weather permits). The pre-sweep removes the heaviest material so the sweeper can do a better job when scheduled sweeping starts. More...

  5. KNOW THE ANIMAL BYLAW RULES: AVOID A TICKET

    Peace Officers have seen an increase in Animal Bylaw infractions recently. They will strictly enforce the bylaw as of April 1. The rules for pets aren’t new, but Peace Officers are concerned with the rising number of complaints and infractions. More...

  6. SPRING ICE SAFETY

    Town officials are reminding everyone to stay off the ice. Ice can appear stable, but with southern Alberta’s spring temperature swings, no body of water is safe. Storm water ponds and the river are not safe for skating or other activity. Stay off. More...

  7. ADDITIONAL PROVINCIAL MSI FUNDING FOR COCHRANE

    The province announced additional funding to assist municipalities with infrastructure commitments. Cochrane is receiving $1,901,579 in addition to $3,953,944 (2014/15 budget) for the Aquatic and Curling/Multisport Centre and $1,125,000 for road work. More...

  8. RECYCLING FOR MULTI-UNIT PROPERTIES ON THE WAY

    Residents in multi-unit properties will soon have recycling collection services, thanks to a revised waste management bylaw. The Town’s waste management bylaw was amended and approved by Council in 2014 and becomes effective June 1. More...

  9. LEADERS OF TOMORROW NOMINATIONS NOW OPEN

    The Leaders of Tomorrow awards recognize youth who make a difference in our community through their volunteer and leadership contributions. These individuals demonstrate enthusiasm and commitment, serving as an inspiration and role model to others. More...
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