Posted 24 November 2015

VIA THE INNISFAIL PROVINCE, Nov. 24 2015: Town council has given final approval to amend the Land Use Bylaw for the creation of a new industrial district intended to give businesses a more economically viable option of installing and operating their own private wells and septic systems for water and sewer services.

The initiative was brought forward by the town, which has undertaken major planning in recent years to boost industrial development, to not only attract more industrial growth but also jump-start economic and employment opportunities.

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Posted 19 November 2015

VIA THE ALBERTA JUSTICE AND SOLICITOR GENERAL BLOG, Nov. 16, 2015: After 700 resolved cases, the Innisfail Restorative Justice Society knows a thing or two about the value of restorative justice. Representatives from the central Alberta restorative justice program are now taking that knowledge to Brazil.

Later this month, founder and director of the Innisfail Restorative Justice Society, JJ Beauchamp, and colleague Mary Hicks will be travelling to Puerto Alegre, Costa del Sol and Sao Paulo to teach local social workers and judicial officials about the Innisfail program and help them implement restorative justice programs in their respective cities.

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Posted 17 November 2015

VIA THE INNISFAIL PROVINCE, Nov. 17, 2015: The town is moving ahead with its first comprehensive social media policy, one that sets clear guidelines for an open line of communication between the community and its stakeholders.

Council was presented with an administration report at its regular Nov. 9 meeting, and it was passed unanimously.

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Posted 17 November 2015

VIA THE INNISFAIL PROVINCE, Nov. 17, 2015: The Isle of Destiny is no more.

The tag line created in 2011 to help Innisfail sell itself has been deemed a bust and the town is removing it from all promotional materials.

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Posted 13 November 2015

VIA THE INNISFAIL PROVINCE, Nov. 10, 2015: The town has gotten down to budget business for 2016 and the current tough economy will play a part in every decision they make.

“It will be a consideration. I can’t tell you what council will do because I am only one vote on there,” said Mayor Brian Spiller. “We don’t know what is coming ahead in the future for the town, and with economic things happening like the shutdown of Purina’s production end that will affect our tax base and 40-some families too, we have to be mindful of that.”

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Loft Society Pancake Breakfast
November 27, 2015 @ 9:30 am
Benefit Concert - Coal Creek Boys
November 27, 2015 @ 9:00 pm
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November 28, 2015 @ 9:00 am

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