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CACHS Valedictorian Reuben Vander Meulen addresses the Class of 2016 during the school’s graduation ceremony at the Seventh Day Adventist Church Tuesday afternoon. Below, The CACHS Class of 2016 thanks guests for coming following the end of their graduation ceremony. (Ashli Barrett, Lacombe Globe)

CACHS grads suit up for ceremony

Central Alberta Christian High School (CACHS) graduates suited up in celebration of their success and accomplishments during their graduation ceremony Tuesday afternoon.

Lacombe City Council passed a second reading of the urban hen bylaw during Tuesday's council meeting. (Chad Hipolito, Canadian Press)

Urban Hen Bylaw approved by Council

Lacombe residents may soon find themselves with some fowl neighbours, as city council gave approval to the Urban Hen Bylaw during its regular meeting Monday.

Suspended senator Patrick Brazeau leaves court in Gatineau, Que Tuesday May 19, 2015. Tony Caldwell/Ottawa Sun/Postmedia Network

Brazeau charged with drunk driving

Sen. Patrick Brazeau is to appear in Gatineau on Tuesday on new charges of drunk driving and refusing to submit to an alcohol test.While refusing to identify the senator by name, Sûreté du Québec spokesman Marc Tessier confirmed Thursday that "a 41-year-old man was arrested April 3 on Highway 148 in the municipality of Mayo" after the SQ was called.

In this photo illustration a European Union referendum postal voting form, waits to be signed on June 1, 2016 in Knutsford, U.K. (Photo by illustration by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)

'Move to Canada' trends on Google after EU vote

Better hurry up, Brits. The anti-Trump migrants are already taking up all the good igloos. Once again, in the aftermath of the U.K.'s vote to leave the European Union, those who lost the vote appear to be seeking a common Plan B: move to Canada.