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Barry Kerton

Recent Work by Barry

Recognizing the efforts of long-serving municipal staff

Recognizing the efforts of long-serving municipal staff

The coronavirus could not stop the County of Barrhead from celebrating the achievements of its staff
Fort Assiniboine School student receives national recognition

Fort Assiniboine School student receives national recognition

Taylor Scarlett takes third place in the Royal Canadian Legion’s annual poster contest
New Barrhead Continuing Care Centre fundraiser to make facility “Feel Like Home”

New Barrhead Continuing Care Centre fundraiser to make facility “Feel Like Home”

Long-term senior residence launches inaugural holiday fundraiser to upgrade its dining room furnishings
Mayerthorpe council not ready to pull trigger on mask bylaw

Mayerthorpe council not ready to pull trigger on mask bylaw

However, mayor Janet Jabush says bylaw is “locked and ready” if the need arises
Library presents 2021 budget to Town of Barrhead council

Library presents 2021 budget to Town of Barrhead council

Library director Elaine Dickie said the amount they are requesting from the Barrhead municipalities will remain the same
Northern Gateway teachers authorize strike vote

Northern Gateway teachers authorize strike vote

Teachers in the Northern Gateway school division are only one of seven locals without a ratified contract for the 2018-2020 school years
Barrhead and District FCSS moves back the clock

Barrhead and District FCSS moves back the clock

Executive director Shelly Dewsnap presents a budget that rolls back municipal contribution to 2019 levels
Onoway and Lac Ste. Anne councils debate potential mandatory mask bylaw

Onoway and Lac Ste. Anne councils debate potential mandatory mask bylaw

Lac Ste. Anne has draft bylaw ready to enact if council deems it necessary while Onoway councillors are still considering its options
Local non-profit group to start counselling program

Local non-profit group to start counselling program

Barrhead Association For Community Living receives $129,000 from the province to create a COVID-19 mental health program
Food bank continues to meet the needs of its clients despite the loss of food drives

Food bank continues to meet the needs of its clients despite the loss of food drives

The food bank changes the way it is organizing food bank pickups to better meet the needs of its clients