CRTC is asking how $750 million should be spent on broadband initiatives – support community driven broadband June 2017 Click link to visit Open Media website to voice your thoughts.
Humanitarian, Citizen and Youth Citizen of the Year Awards nominations now open June 2017 The Olds Institute for Community & Regional Development invites your participation in nominating outstanding individuals from Olds and District for The Olds and District Humanitarian of the Year, Citizen of the Year and Youth Citizen of the Year awards. Click here to download Citizen/Youth Citizen nomination form PDF version Click here to download Humanitarian Nomination form PDF version

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The #Good4_Dot Challenge – log 150 acts of good by July 1 May 2017 Dot Negropontes is one of the nominees from Olds for the Women of Excellence Award. She was instrumental in the Community Learning Campus which is now an internationally renowned education model. She was the Canadian contact for Anonymous Good, and spurred the #Good4_Olds Challenge to encourage us all to do small acts of good for others in our community. It was a resounding success, particularly with our youth. Dot…
News: LOCALLY OWNED UTILITY COMPANY SUPPORTS EMERGENCY SHELTER WITH FUNDING April 2017 Mountain View Power, a locally owned utility reseller, returns profits back to the community with a donation to the Mountain View Emergency Shelter. (Download PDF version here)
   
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Date: April 28, 2017   LOCALLY OWNED UTILITY COMPANY SUPPORTS EMERGENCY SHELTER WITH FUNDING Mountain View Power helps pow
News: OI Legacy Fund Donation to Hope 4 MVC Kids Society April 2017 GRANT CHEQUE FROM LEGACY FUND  PRESENTED TO LOCAL COMMUNITY GROUP IN OLDS Hope 4 MVC Kids Society receives funding from investment pool This organization is the recipient of the Community Legacy Fund for 2016. Cheque presentation was made at a recent Olds Institute board meeting by Cody Becker, Chair of Olds Institute and Doug Martinson a representative of Mountain View Power. (Download PDF version here)
 
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We want your feed back! How are we doing? February 2017 Please take a few moments and tell us what you think about the Olds Institute and the work we do in our community. We are engaged with some students in their Third Year of the Agribusiness Program at Olds College. As part of their Academic program they need to complete some market research prior to proposing some marketing strategies for the Olds Institute. Click here for the online survey…thank you  
New Uptowne Olds coordinator hired – Olds Albertan January 2017 New Uptowne Olds coordinator hired
Tuesday, Jan 17, 2017 10:00 am By: Doug Collie
The Uptowne Olds committee has hired a new coordinator to replace Debbie Ohlhausen, who is moving to Prince Edward Island this spring.
Dalaura Glubrecht, currently an assistant to Ohlhausen at her Different Strokes art gallery, will officially become the new Uptowne Olds coordinator on April 1. She hopes to also take over the art gall
Uptowne Olds Chronicle for November 2016 December 2016

Uptowne Chronicle

Welcome to the Uptowne Olds Chronicle, a newsletter designed for Uptowne Olds member businesses and community fans to celebrate what make us special!

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Medical student may locate in Olds – Olds Albertan November 2016

Medical student may locate in Olds

Skills event drums up interest Tuesday, Nov 29, 2016 10:45 am By: Doug Collie An event to showcase medical facilities and the Olds community may have already paid off, because one medical student is seriously considering locating here when he completes his training. Read complete article here . . .
OI rep seeks opportunities to expand O-NET business November 2016 Olds Albertan: OI rep seeks opportunities to expand O-NET business Internet service convention provided exposure
Tuesday, Nov 15, 2016 06:00 am By: Doug Collie Click here to read article on Olds Albertan web page O-NET — the locally-owned Internet service – and its sister entity, Olds Connected Community – could gain more business as a result of a convention attended by Olds Institute (OI) executive di