Special ballots available for Catholic School Board election

Note takes place March 25 for Red Deer Ward

Those unable to make it to a voting station to vote in the March 25 Catholic Regional School Division election for the Red Deer ward can use a special ballot.

Requests for a special (mail-in) ballot must be made in advance of election day. Requests can be made in writing, by telephone, fax, email, or in person at Red Deer City Hall. Ballots must be returned in the envelope provided and received by the Returning Officer before 4:30 p.m. on March 25.

To request a Special Ballot:

•Telephone: 403-342-8132

•Fax: 403-346-6195

•Email: elections@reddeer.ca

•In person: City Hall, 2nd floor (4914-48 Ave)

•By Mail: Returning Officer,

The City of Red Deer,

Box 5008, Red Deer, AB, T4N 3T4

To be eligible to vote in the Red Deer Catholic Regional Division #39 by-election, an elector must be at least 18 years old, a Canadian citizen, live in Alberta, and reside in the Red Deer Area Ward on Election Day. Voters will be asked to complete a declaration stating that they are eligible to vote for a Separate School Trustee and must provide proof of authorized identification.

For more information about this by-election, including on exact boundaries contact Returning Officer at 403-342-8132 or check online at elections.reddeer.ca.

Just Posted

WATCH: UCP leader Jason Kenney makes stop in Red Deer

A rally was held in the north end of the city Saturday afternoon

Good-bye ice and snow, hello potholes on Red Deer roads

City workers will be spending 20 hours a day on various road repairs

Fog advisory in effect for Red Deer, central Alberta

Heavy fog is affecting visibility for central Alberta drivers Saturday morning. A… Continue reading

Climate change’s impact on outdoor hockey discussed in Red Deer

Red Deer River Watershed Alliance held a forum Friday at the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame

Collision between Red Deer transit bus and truck investigated by RCMP

No one on bus was hurt, truck driver had minor injuries

WATCH: Fashion show highlights Cree designers

The fashion show was part of a Samson Cree Nation conference on MMIW

Montreal priest stabbed during mass leaves hospital; suspect to be charged

MONTREAL — A Catholic priest who was stabbed as he was celebrating… Continue reading

No winning ticket for Friday night’s $35.7 million Lotto Max jackpot

TORONTO — No winning ticket was sold for the $35.7 million jackpot… Continue reading

New report details impact of proposed NS spaceport in event of explosion or fire

HALIFAX — The head of a company proposing to open Canada’s only… Continue reading

Quebec man convicted in Mafia-linked conspiracy deported to Italy

MONTREAL — Michele Torre, a Quebec man convicted in 1996 for his… Continue reading

Republican Karl Rove says conservatives need more than simplistic slogans

OTTAWA — Legendary Republican campaign strategist Karl Rove, known for his no-holds-barred… Continue reading

B.C. hospital’s use as shelter ‘clarion call’ about housing crisis, says mayor

The 10-bed regional hospital that serves the medical needs of 5,000 people… Continue reading

Puddle splashing: A rite of spring

Is there anything more fun than driving through water-filled potholes in the… Continue reading

Special evaluations can help seniors cope with cancer care

Before she could start breast cancer treatment, Nancy Simpson had to walk… Continue reading

Most Read