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June 18 River Monitoring Update: NORMAL to below normal water flows. No significant changes are expected over the n… https://t.co/9a1FZuhUM1Read More
A resident tribute grows at Town Hall honouring 215 school children whose remains were found at a residential schoo… https://t.co/x5OCHRPZfpRead More
#HighRiver Town Council Meetings: June 14, 2021. Committee of the Whole at 12:30 pm and Regular meeting at 3 pm. Tu… https://t.co/lrOSdpKPTnRead More
June 18, 2021 River Monitoring Update: NORMAL to below normal water flows. The Town does not expect any significant changes over the next week. Rain forecast for the weekend should have no impact as the snowmelt is finished or almost complete in many areas. highriver.ca/river-monitoringView on Facebook
In recognition of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, the Town of High River FCSS is sharing information and tips on elder abuse and fraud. Financial abuse and fraud are among the most prevalent forms of abuse within the elderly population. Seniors and elderly individuals are often common targets as scammers perceive them to be more vulnerable, isolated or lonely and once an individual experiences fraud, they are more likely to be targeted again.View on Facebook
For more information and tips on how to avoid becoming a victim of fraud, visit us here: bit.ly/3fR4nM0
A tribute has been growing in front of Town Hall as #HighRiver residents place shoes to honour the 215 school children whose remains were discovered on the grounds of a residential school in Kamloops, B.C. The flags in front of Town Hall have also been lowered to half mast. #EveryChildMattersView on Facebook
Our thoughts are with the families impacted, the Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc community and all residential school survivors.