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Maskwacis RMCP have indentified the human remains found Feb.24, 2020 on the Ermineskin First Nation.
Incident reported in Wetaskiwin same day believed to be related to the death.
New COVID-19 measures in place as of Nov. 13, 2020.
Ashton Lloyd Saddleback has been charged with the second-degree murder of his mother.
A collision on Highway 39 at the intersection of Range Road 52 resulted in the death of two males.
Heavy police presence was in Millet the evening of Nov. 3, 2020.
The City now has 22 active cases of COVID-19.
City of Wetaskiwin declares State of Local Emergency to provide immediate assistance to vulnerable persons in area
‘Council and Administration are committed to protecting our vulnerable population’
Wetaskiwin Fire Department made a special stop for Dawson Jackson.
John Maude and Susan Quinn are being recognized for their role in Wetaskiwin’s sustainability.
Collision on Highway 2A causing fatality still under investigation.
Wetaskiwin Hospital staff join other front line hospital workers across the province in walk-outs.
This year the pumpkins were sold over a six-day online auction.
The Wetaskiwin location will open Oct. 23, 2020 and the Ponoka location will open Oct. 29.
Eric Christensen has won the Alberta Association of Community Peace Officers Award of Excellence.
Unidentified human remains were found in the burnt residence.
Maskwacis declared a weeklong shut down on long weekend to curb increasing COVID-19 numbers.
The City was awarded over $20 million in grant funding throughout 2020.
One week shut down of Maskwacis in response to recent rise in positive COVID-19 cases in Maskwacis.