Innisfail

Donnie Douglas Hill is expected to be arraigned in Red Deer Court of Queen’s Bench on Feb. 1. (Photo from Town of Innisfail)

Innisfail town councillor charged with sexual assault, criminal harassment

Innisfail town councillor due in court next month on charges including sexual assault

 

Innisfail business Bladez to Fadez Barbershop plans to open its doors Tuesday despite the mandatory COVID-19 restrictions currently in place. (Photo courtesy Bladez to Fadez Barbershop Facebook)

Central Alberta barbershop reopens as ‘pet groomer’

Chamber of Commerce shares the frustration of businesses under lockdown

 

Natalie Klein, of Bladez 2 Fadez, finishes up with her first client Daryl Dyck on Jan. 12. (Photo by SUSAN ZIELINSKI/Advocate staff)
Natalie Klein, of Bladez 2 Fadez, finishes up with her first client Daryl Dyck on Jan. 12. (Photo by SUSAN ZIELINSKI/Advocate staff)
Agriculture Minister Devin Dreeshen (Alberta government photo)
Agriculture Minister Devin Dreeshen (Alberta government photo)
Candle caused Innisfail house fire that left family homeless

Candle caused Innisfail house fire that left family homeless

Fire unattended candle on second floor of home on Wednesday afternoon

Candle caused Innisfail house fire that left family homeless
The Siberian tiger named Sheera at Discovery Wildlife Park is getting old, but she is healthy for her age. (Photo from Facebook)
The Siberian tiger named Sheera at Discovery Wildlife Park is getting old, but she is healthy for her age. (Photo from Facebook)
Lisa Voelker and her mother Mary have lost an appeal to keep two soft-sided sheds on their Innisfail property, which they say are needed for practising their First Nations traditions. (Contributed photo).

What’s an eyesore for the Town of Innisfail is a ceremonial place for an indigenous woman

Lisa Voelker feels singled out by a town order to remove her two soft-sided ‘sheds’

Lisa Voelker and her mother Mary have lost an appeal to keep two soft-sided sheds on their Innisfail property, which they say are needed for practising their First Nations traditions. (Contributed photo).
A tiny kitten was found in the monkey enclosure at Discovery Wildlife Park on Thursday morning. (Photo contributed)

Monkeys shelter kitten at Discovery Wildlife Park

Staff at Innisfail park amazed by monkey’s behaviour

A tiny kitten was found in the monkey enclosure at Discovery Wildlife Park on Thursday morning. (Photo contributed)
Grade 4, 5 and 6 students at St. Marguerite Bourgeoys Catholic School watched a mock accident to learn about bike safety on Monday during North American Occupational Safety and Health Week. (Photo by SUSAN ZIELINSKI/Advocate staff)

Bike safety demonstration in Innisfail

Mock accident for students with Red Deer Catholic Regional Schools

Grade 4, 5 and 6 students at St. Marguerite Bourgeoys Catholic School watched a mock accident to learn about bike safety on Monday during North American Occupational Safety and Health Week. (Photo by SUSAN ZIELINSKI/Advocate staff)
Innisfail Mayor Jim Romaine was one of the officials who spoke at the official construction announcement for the new Autumn Glen Lodge on Wednesday. (Photo by SUSAN ZIELINSKI/Advocate staff)

New housing for seniors under construction in Innisfail

60 lodge units and 30 self-contained apartments

Innisfail Mayor Jim Romaine was one of the officials who spoke at the official construction announcement for the new Autumn Glen Lodge on Wednesday. (Photo by SUSAN ZIELINSKI/Advocate staff)
(Advocate file photo).

Most surveyed Innisfail residents give urban chickens the thumbs up

Town of Innisfail will discuss whether to allow backyard chickens on Monday

(Advocate file photo).
Innisfail Airport will host the 2019 Canadian Owners and Pilots Association’s annual convention and trade show for Western Canada. (Photo from Facebook)

Innisfail Airport to host convention

2019 Canadian Owners and Pilots Association’s event

Innisfail Airport will host the 2019 Canadian Owners and Pilots Association’s annual convention and trade show for Western Canada. (Photo from Facebook)
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Innisfail’s Dodd’s Lake being eyed as potential as fishing spot

Innisfail Lions Club is leading initiative to see if Dodd’s Lake can be stocked with fish

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Innisfail foster parents share their love

Innisfail foster parents share their love

In nearly 20 years Tunde and Jozsef Illes have fostered 19 children

Innisfail foster parents share their love
Storage shed destroyed in farm fire

Storage shed destroyed in farm fire

Volunteer firefighters from Bowden, Innisfail and Red Deer County respond

Storage shed destroyed in farm fire
Innisfail airport wants more camping

Innisfail airport wants more camping

Red Deer County wants to talk to all airport users before making campground decision

Innisfail airport wants more camping
Preserving Innisfail pioneer home means Isabella Sinclair’s story will live on

Preserving Innisfail pioneer home means Isabella Sinclair’s story will live on

House from 1890 will be moved next month to historical village

Preserving Innisfail pioneer home means Isabella Sinclair’s story will live on
Brian Malley outside Red Deer provincial court during his trial in January 2015. (File photo by Advocate staff)

Innisfail bomber hopes to appeal conviction

Brian Malley has filed leave to appeal his 2015 murder conviction to Supreme Court of Canada

Brian Malley outside Red Deer provincial court during his trial in January 2015. (File photo by Advocate staff)
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Canada geese run down near Innisfail

About two dozen Canada geese hit by car last Wednesday on gravel road near Innisfail’s Cook Lake

  • Jul 26, 2017
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