Tears of happiness described the excitement of the Habitat for Humanity Mountain View family as they received the keys to their new home last week in Olds. Brandy and her children Tyson and Taya were welcomed with a home dedication ceremony and a walk-through of their now home on Friday, December 15th - just in time for Christmas. Habitat for Humanity Mountain View Chapter is now looking to qualify a second family to move next door in the second half of the duplex.
It is the best Christmas gift a family could ask for, as the qualified local Habitat for Humanity family received the keys to their brand new home on Friday, December 15th.
Brandy and her children Tyson and Taya were welcomed with a home dedication ceremony and a walk-through of their now home in Olds.
Brandy says they are so grateful.
Brandy says for potential families interested, it is worth to get more information to see if you qualify.
Louise Gagne, Habitat for Humanity Director of Regional Development Southern Alberta says Olds in an amazing community.
She says the Carstairs & District Community Chest have been an incredible sponsor and supporter of the local Habitat for Humanity chapter.
Gagne also credits their phenomenal volunteer chapter members who have raised the funds and visibility for their cause.
These two homes in Olds are the 10th and 11th Habitat homes in the Mountain View Region.
You can call Amy Christiansen directly for more information about how to become a Habitat family at 403-507-0630.
On Thursday, March 15th Sundial Growers Inc. announced the company has entered into a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to supply up to five million grams of cannabis and cannabis derivative products per year to Delta 9 Cannabis Inc. Delta 9's wholly-owned subsidiary - Delta 9 Bio-Tech Inc. - is a licensed producer of medical marijuana pursuant to the Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR) and operates an 80,000 square foot production facility in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Rocky Mountain House RCMP members conducted a traffic stop with a suspicious vehicle in the town of Rocky Mountain House on Saturday, March 17th. During the course of an Alberta Traffic Safety Act investigation, a significant amount of cocaine, methamphetamine and marihuana was seized. Other evidence to support drug trafficking was collected as well.
The goal of the RCMP’s crime reduction efforts in Alberta is to use evidence and intelligence led enforcement to target individuals and groups that have a negative impact on the safety and security of the communities we serve. In the short time since the Southern Alberta Crime Reduction Team (SACRT) has up been and running, the model has been shown to work.
It had been 22 years since the Olds Koinonia Christian School Royals senior boys' basketball team last won a provincial title. That streak ended on Saturday, March 17th in Lacombe as the Royals routed Rosemary 82-57 in the 1A championship game for the Alberta Schools' Athletic Association.