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Supporting small business with defiance in Innisfail

Supporting small business with defiance in Innisfail

Innisfail barbershop continues its battle against provincial COVID restriction
Small businesses feeling the pinch of credit-card fees as e-commerce ramps up

Small businesses feeling the pinch of credit-card fees as e-commerce ramps up

OTTAWA — Industry groups say small businesses are being hammered by high credit-card fees on online purchases as the shift toward e-commerce continues. Visa and MasterCard reduced the fees they collect from businesses to an average annual rate of 1.
Couple's dream restaurant opening after months of delays

Couple's dream restaurant opening after months of delays

"At one point I did get a little distressed, but I came out of it very quickly because we had already taken the plunge and there’s only one way out now— We have to see it through to completion.”
Home designer comes home

Home designer comes home

Michelle Wiese opens Design Hall in Westlock
Okotoks obsesses with chocolate bomb

Okotoks obsesses with chocolate bomb

Chocolatier having busy season from the family basement
Couple takes the plunge, going from jobless to business owners

Couple takes the plunge, going from jobless to business owners

Family business sale triggers big move to a small town
Ralph Klein's niece does something nice for Innisfail in his name

Ralph Klein's niece does something nice for Innisfail in his name

Christmas fundraiser launched for the in-betweeners
Okotoks drone company moves into airport

Okotoks drone company moves into airport

Airport becoming a hub for aviation education
Indigenous company recognized with provincial award

Indigenous company recognized with provincial award

The company took top honours last week in the Indigenous category for the Alberta Business Awards of Distinction
Grade 8 students learn the science behind producing hand sanitizer

Grade 8 students learn the science behind producing hand sanitizer

While he may not have his own TV show, or white lab coat and safety goggles, Wild Life Distillery co-founder Keith Robinson recently taught Grade 8 students at Banff Elementary School about the scientific principles behind producing hand sanitizer