Tags : Medicine Hat

Medicine Hat elects Linnsie Clark as new mayor

A newcomer to politics has won a large victory in the Medicine Hat municipal election. Linnsie Clark claimed the mayor’s seat on Monday night, beating incumbent Ted Clugston in a landslide win. Clark won with 13,151 votes, compared to Clugston’s 4639. Clark is a lawyer with the City’s Solicitor Department. She took an unpaid leave […]Read More

AB Gov’t announces $7.3M funding to improve youth mental health

The province announced more funding to improve mental health services for Alberta’s youth. Associate Minister of Mental Health and Addictions, Mike Ellis, was joined by Children’s Services Minister, Rebecca Schulz, in Medicine Hat earlier on Tuesday to announce 7.3 million dollars over three years to expand mental health hubs across Alberta. Read More

Hatter serves up homemade eats

A new food preparation and delivery service is taking off in Medicine Hat. Chris Walne started Streetchef in April of this year and the response has been overwhelming.  He works in northern Alberta as a kitchen service manager, but due to high demand he is about to run his business full time. Walne gives us […]Read More

New rideshare/food delivery service launches in Medicine Hat

They have quickly gained popularity in recent years –  ridesharing and food delivery services.  And a new company in Medicine Hat is looking to take on big players like Uber, Lyft, Uber Eats, and SkipTheDishes.  The Medicine Hat-based 24/7 Rideshare Services is becoming a growing trend.  And that’s because the dollars stay in the hands […]Read More