April 29th, 2020 ~ Vol. 90 No. 17
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Shawn Oudshoorn Photo
A big thank you to this week’s Home Page photos submitter Shawn Oudshoorn! Shawn is a journeyman electrician that lives near Fort Macleod. He loves hiking and the outdoors, from which his hobby of photography stems. Most of his work can be found on his Instagram page @shawnjameso. Keep submitting your photos to have them shown in a future edition of the Pass Herald!
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Crowsnest Pass Weather
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Council Briefs
With the current fire ban in place, residents are unable to enjoy any fires at all, including in backyard fire pits. Councillor Sygutek brought an idea to council to [...]
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Simply Selles by David Selles
Visits
Last week, I celebrated my birthday in a way I never have before, without most of my family and friends.
Heading into it, I wasn’t quite sure [...]
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Looking Back by John Kinnear
Loonies, Toonies and Ground Squirrels
In 1996 tens of millions of robins disappeared, permanently, but we were not alarmed. Those robins were in fact pictorial images that used to grace the back of our two dollar bill. Remember two dollar bills? I actually had [...]
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Previous Issues
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Understanding Restrictions and Current Fire ban
With Covid-19 comes uncertainty in many areas.
One of those is what people are and aren’t allowed to do currently regarding outdoor activities like [...]
200422
Simply Selles by David Selles
Small Things
I’m on what seems to be day 1,569 (it’s actually day 35) of social distancing and working from home.
Days are just kind of [...]
200422
Looking Back by John Kinnear
Bluer Than the Sky
The males are small flying wonders, pieces cut from the bluest sky. They take wing each spring here in the foothills and most times give you but a brief, fleeting glimpse of their spectacularly cerulean blue foliage. [...]
200422
Simply Selles by David Selles
Positive Energy
I’m going to try and spread some positivity around this week.
Overall, with what I’ve seen since we’ve been asked to distance ourselves, I’m very happy with what I’ve seen from [...]
200415
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Council Briefs
The annual property tax rate bylaw sets out the assessed property values by class and calculates the tax rates required to raise budgeted tax revenue in accordance with [...]
200415
Looking Back by John Kinnear
Adventures with Hershey the Microbus
Everyone has fond memories of their first car. My very first set of wheels was not your average jalopy and it had an interesting story behind it. It was a 1971 Volkswagen Van that I named [...]
200415
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Council Briefs
Bylaw 1044-2020 is a request to amend the Land Use Bylaw to re-designate a parcel from C-1 to C-4 Cannabis Retail. The subject parcel is at 13609-20th Avenue Blairmore. Council passed First Reading of [...]
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Simply Selles by David Selles
#HumboldtStrong
Two years ago on Monday, April 6, the small Saskatchewan community of Humboldt was rocked by a tragic accident.
16 people lost their lives in the accident and 13 others had [...]
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Looking Back by John Kinnear
Revisiting All Fool’s Day
The first of April is the day we remember what we are the other 364 days of the year –Mark Twain
Two guys are talking. One has a fly circling around his head. One guy says; “Say, ain’t those the kinda flies you see buzzin’ around the back end of a [...]
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