Downtown events during the 2019 Canada Winter Games

Red Deerians will receive 2019 Canada Winter Games - Downtown Event Guide in their mail

Red Deer’s Keagan Evans is kicking cancer’s butt

The 16-year-old was diagnosed with stage four brain cancer

Wounded Warriors in Red Deer raising money for service dogs for veterans with PTSD

Booklets for $25 available at Sobeys until Thursday, then Walmart North until Sunday

Car racing pro teaches Red Deer students the dangers of distracted driving

Parker Thompson’s Drive to Stay Alive presentation comes to St. Joseph high school

Red Deer celebrates Chinese New Year

Lion dancers from Calgary open Chinese New Year Banquet at Festival Hall

WATCH: Canada Games Torch Relay lights spark in Lacombe

100s brave blistering cold to support local torchbearers

Mustard Seed to benefit from PCN Women’s Fun Run

Red Deer PCN Women’s Fun Run slated for May 11th

Red Deer College remembers Gordon Soltice

The Soltice family’s memorial gift is acknowledged at naming event

WATCH: Red Deer is fired up for the 2019 Canada Winter Games

Kicking off Feb. 15th, the two-week event will feature more than 150 events in 19 sports


Former Miss Ponoka 2015 Ashley Akkermans talks fashion and what she is up to since her reign

Ashley and Drew combine their passions to create

Ashley Agrey and Drew Meierhofer of Edson, Alberta are the dream team

Family and friends remember bull rider Ty Pozzobon

Cowboy’s legacy lives on as we remember to ‘Live Like Ty’


Cooking with Red Deer Mayor Tara Veer

Red Deer schools taking part in Bell Let’s Talk Day

Public school district is calling on Red Deerians to join in on social media platforms

Exhibition explores the rich history and culture of Métis people

The exhibition runs through to March 10th at the Red Deer Museum + Art Gallery

A chat with Canada’s culinary guru Liana Robberecht

Robberecht has worked in top-notch kitchens for most of her career

Annual Mother Daughter Conference will be combined with Dream It Be It

Soroptimist International of Central Alberta encourages young women to be the best they can be