Skip to content

Chelsea Kemp

Recent Work by Chelsea

Cochrane Tourism Association celebrates National Tourism Week

Cochrane Tourism Association celebrates National Tourism Week

“Our vision is to inspire the world to visit Cochrane— It’s a beautiful place."
Rocky View Schools Board of Trustees approves 2020/2021 budget

Rocky View Schools Board of Trustees approves 2020/2021 budget

“At the end of the day we felt schools need resources and supports for all students."
Greystone development land use re-designation completes public hearing

Greystone development land use re-designation completes public hearing

Land use amendments centre stage at Monday's Town of Cochrane Council meeting.
Province identifies 22 new cases of COVID-19

Province identifies 22 new cases of COVID-19

There have been 22 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19 identified in Alberta – bringing the provincial total to 714 active cases
Province identifies 22 new cases of COVID-19

Province identifies 22 new cases of COVID-19

There have been 22 new cases of COVID-19 identified in Alberta bringing the provincial total to 714 active cases.
Province identifies 22 new cases of COVID-19

Province identifies 22 new cases of COVID-19

There have been 22 new cases of COVID-19 identified in Alberta bringing the provincial total to 714 active cases.
PTSD survivors rally to transform historic Cochrane landmark into healing centre

PTSD survivors rally to transform historic Cochrane landmark into healing centre

“This isn’t something that we need to do on our own."
Rocky View Schools Board of Trustees approves 2020/2021 budget

Rocky View Schools Board of Trustees approves 2020/2021 budget

“At the end of the day we felt schools need resources and supports for all students."
Photo Gallery: Defying gravity

Photo Gallery: Defying gravity

Alberta COVID-19 hospitalizations see downward trend

Alberta COVID-19 hospitalizations see downward trend

The province reported on Sunday (May 24) there are 46 people in hospital, six of whom are in intensive care units. There have been 42 new cases of the virus identified, bringing the provincial total of confirmed cases to 801.