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City of Red Deer offering outdoor fitness classes

Fitness classes start on July 7 at Setters Place

  • Jun 30, 2020

Red Deer chamber of commerce lauds corporate tax cut

Alberta corporate tax cut reduced to eight per cent to boost economy

  • Jun 30, 2020

Red Deer city council directs administrators to prepare for zero tax increases in 2021 and 2022

Coun. Dianne Wyntjes is alarmed about what this could mean for the city’s future

JD's Fabulous Feet dance event
Protest against racism in Red Deer
Central Albertans protest in Red Deer against racism
American White Pelican in Red Deer

Central zone has four active COVID-19 cases

City of Red Deer remains at one active

COVID-19: Central zone at three active cases

City of Red Deer has one active case

Red Deer thrift stores busy amid COVID-19

Red Deerians may have taken their spring cleaning to a new level…

Explore your backyard this summer and help local businesses: Tourism Red Deer

Discover local restaurants, breweries, trails and museums

Relaunch grant to help Alberta businesses to open their doors

Starting June 29, eligible small- and medium-sized businesses, co-ops and non-profits can…

Gov’t of Alberta confirms 69 new COVID-19 cases

520 confirmed cases are currently active in the province

Refugee living in Red Deer excited to celebrate first Canada Day

Said Abdullahi Mudey and his family came to Canada in 2019

Red Deer elementary, high school rankings a mixed bag in Fraser Institute report

The Fraser Institute has released its annual ranking of Alberta high schools…

Discovery Canyon closed for the remainder of season

There will be no fun in the sun this summer for Central…

Town of Ponoka agrees to land transfer with stampede association

The Town of Ponoka is working on an agreement to transfer the…

More Red Deer public washrooms to open

Washrooms been closed because of pandemic

  • Jun 26, 2020

Notre Dame High School raffling off tiny home built by students

Red Deer’s Notre Dame High School is raffling off its 40-foot tiny…

Central Alberta mayors pan municipal sales tax idea

Proposal calls for 1% temporary provincial sales tax dedicated to municipal infrastructure