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1.71 per cent property tax increase set for Grande Prairie in 2023

The property tax rate for City of Grande Prairie homeowners will go up by 1.71 per cent next year. The increase was approved as part of the 2023 Operating and Capital budgets Monday night. After deliberations earlier this month, Mayor Jackie Clayton said the rise is needed to ensure...

Missing woman last seen in Grande Prairie Wednesday

Grande Prairie RCMP is asking for public's help locating a missing 27-year-old woman. Jillian Maranda MacNeil was last seen in the Grande Prairie area on November 23rd. She is described as being 5'1", weighing 112 pounds, with blonde/red hair and blue eyes. Authorities say that there is a concern...

Library looking for Little Free Pantry support

The Grande Prairie Public Library is hoping to raise funds for its Little Free Pantry this Giving Tuesday on November 29th. It is a yearly, international movement empowering donors to give to the causes that matter to them. "We offer non-perishable items such as canned goods, individually packaged soups...

Suspect in sexual assault charged

A 57-year-old Debolt man has been charged with sexual assault following an RCMP plea for information from the public last week. Police reached out on November 23rd, reporting the victim was sexually assaulted after getting into a vehicle with a man and being driven to another location. The incident is...

AHS taking toy donations instead of cash for parking tickets

Albertans will be able to pay for parking tickets at Alberta Health Services facilities with toys instead of cash for the holiday season. Toy donations can be used to pay for tickets until Dececember 16th. "We paused the Toys for Tickets campaign during COVID-19 but, given its past success...

Fill-a-box campaign sends 295 care packages to lift spirits in Ukraine

What started as an idea by a local grade five teacher has seen incredible community support, filling 295 boxes to send overseas to Ukraine. The fill-a-box campaign was started by St. Catherine Catholic School teacher Bilyana Coburn. Coburn says that the campaign was rolled out on November 1st, and...
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