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Empress has always been impressive place for tourism, as many cottage and art-related industries established themselves starting in the early 2000s.
It has overcome a lot of challenges with the loss of its school and health-care centre as well.

The Remington Carriage Museum in Cardston is gearing up for Canada’s 150th celebration with a unique new display.

Alberta Health Services (AHS) officials have declared a Whooping Cough outbreak within southern Alberta for the communities of Lethbridge, Fort Macleod and Coaldale.

After a three-year hiatus the wait is over for fans of The Angelic Letters series with a release of the sixth installment earlier this spring and news that the series will now be seven books.

Sandi Davis, general manager for Fort Macleod’s Fort Museum, says they’re going to hold some special events to honour Canada’s 150th.

Members of the Oldman Watershed Council (OWC), volunteers and participating organizations and communities gathered June 15 to sign the 2017 Southern Alberta Water Charter.

The halls of Schuler School were packed June 24 in the afternoon as former students and staff and community members gathered to take one last look at the current building which is set for demolition in a few months.

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