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Leah’s Light 5K Walk/Run in Red Deer cancelled

Red Deer event expected to return in 2022

 

FILE - Red Deer Mayor Tara Veer speaks out front of Red Deer City Hall on July 18, 2020, as a new addiction recovery community will be built in Red Deer was announced. (File photo by Advocate Staff)

City of Red Deer expects province to announce location for addictions treatment facility soon

Red Deer & District Chamber of Commerce gets update on provincial projects

 

Michelle Kruhlak of Red Deer says her best friend Jeremy Knibbs, died of a drug overdose on Nov. 16, not knowing that the government had waived fees for drug treatment 10 days before. (Contributed photo)

Many central Albertans feel left in the dark about fee waiver for addictions treatment

Red Deer woman lost her best friend to a drug overdose last fall

 

The proposed Red Deer Dream Centre is to be located in the former Lotus Club, at 4614 50th Ave. (Photo contributed)

Addiction treatment options expanding in Red Deer

Dream Centre announces fundraising campaign

The proposed Red Deer Dream Centre is to be located in the former Lotus Club, at 4614 50th Ave. (Photo contributed)
Premier Jason Kenney and Jason Luan, the associate minister of mental health and addictions, will take part in an anouncement Saturday morning in Red Deer. (File photo by THE CANADIAN PRESS)

Addiction treatment announcement coming for Red Deer

Premier Kenney to make announcement Saturday

Premier Jason Kenney and Jason Luan, the associate minister of mental health and addictions, will take part in an anouncement Saturday morning in Red Deer. (File photo by THE CANADIAN PRESS)
Red Deer’s municipal planning commission unanimously approved an application for the former Econo Lodge, at 4124 50th Ave., to be developed into offices and an assisted living facility for the Canadian Mental Health Association. (Photo by SUSAN ZIELINSKI/Advocate staff)

UPDATED: Buffalo Hotel tenants will have a new home in Red Deer

Municipal planning commission approves development application

Red Deer’s municipal planning commission unanimously approved an application for the former Econo Lodge, at 4124 50th Ave., to be developed into offices and an assisted living facility for the Canadian Mental Health Association. (Photo by SUSAN ZIELINSKI/Advocate staff)
The re-envisioned nightclub-turned-treatment-centre. (Facebook image).

Open house on proposed addictions treatment centre to be held at former Red Deer nightclub

Community is invited to learn more about the $2-million project on May 2

The re-envisioned nightclub-turned-treatment-centre. (Facebook image).
Mother of newborn sought help for addiction, admitted to drug use: documents

Mother of newborn sought help for addiction, admitted to drug use: documents

WINNIPEG — The mother of a newborn seen in a social media…

Mother of newborn sought help for addiction, admitted to drug use: documents
Long-term equitable recovery services needed to manage addiction in B.C.: report

Long-term equitable recovery services needed to manage addiction in B.C.: report

VANCOUVER — When the daily partying, boozing and cocaine binges following high…

Long-term equitable recovery services needed to manage addiction in B.C.: report