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"It would be sad to see it go. We've had a lot of locals come in and say how glad they are to see all this local art."
A 20-foot modified sea container was implemented, which houses a new 2,200-litre tank that has replaced the facility's old collection tank
"It is a narrow mind that only sees the rights without the responsibilities. None of us want to wear masks; none of us want to distance ourselves but it is absolutely our responsibility to do so."
"I understand that you are hurting. We are all suffering in one form or another form. What we need to do to get this virus under control."
For more than 30 years, Richard Reeves has been creating abstract animated short-films by drawing and painting images onto strips of film.
"In these very difficult times, it is such a wonderful feeling to have a commitment to be somewhere and also to enjoy the exercise and meet with friends."
"Protesting public health measures isn't going to solve anything. In fact, that's exactly why we're still in this pandemic. We are stuck in this pandemic because we refuse to work together to pull ourselves out of it."
"I felt sorry for the two boys that were sent to report on the rally. They seemed clearly out of their element. From my experience, they did nothing to convey the scope of that public meeting."
"I want to reassure you that even if the province asks us to close our public space, our library staff will continue to offer materials loaning through curbside pickup and home delivery service."
"He is the 'beginning and the end, the alpha and the omega.' He had no beginning and has no end. In Jesus is life original, underived, for He is 'life.'
On Nov. 23, CFR responded to a hazmat incident at a commercial occupancy located in the area of Cook Street and 15 Avenue North
On Nov. 28, police were later called to a Creston business after a number of participants from the protest attended the business and attempted to access it without wearing masks as mandated by the provincial health order
"In the past week, Creston RCMP has received a number of calls regarding disputes, disturbances and actual violence over the wearing of masks and the provincial health order."
A short story written by Jason Louie, to help children understand COVID-19
More than 100 community members of all ages were in attendance, and many were not wearing masks or practicing social distancing
"Hard things are much easier to do if we stay connected. This virus is doing its very best to undermine our unity. Remember, we are fighting a virus, not each other," writes Dr. Nerine Kleinhans
"Wheels" was selected as one of the recipients of a merit award for the Canada Shorts film festival
Data shows that respondents were not only satisfied with the current curbside collection service, but were also enthusiastic about the recommended enhanced service
Calls for service is expected to reach 3,600 by the end of the year, compared to 3,349 in 2019
"The Creston RCMP would like to give back to the community that has supported us and all first responders through the pandemic"