Crown Prosecutor Brandy Shaw says the current curfew of 11:30 pm through 6:00 am makes supervision more effective, and says this reduces risk to the community.
Statistics Canada pegs the local unemployment rate at 2.2% in November.
Talbot says studies have been done to examine whether or not offering the vaccine can lead to more unprotected sex and teen pregnancy.
Meantime, a 2006 Ford F150 was south bound on 4th Avenue and T-Boned the Pontiac as it entered the intersection.
Environment Canada's Bill McMurtry says it was difficult to measure the snowfall in the Gas City with wind gusts of up to 50 km/h blowing it around.
But not by as much as projected when the three-year budget was first presented in December 2011.
It's meant to deter potential future shortages in the north and to reduce the risks of another major flooding event knocking out both operations.
The first happened just before 1 a.m. in the Connaught area. Officers say a vehicle was stopped, but the driver fled on foot.
City police say they were called to Medicine Hat Regional Hospital just after 2 a.m. Friday with reports of a male that had been stabbed several time.
City police say between 9:30 and 11:00 am on Tuesday morning, a man was assaulted in his home in the Flats area.
Stambaugh says they're using anywhere between three and five thousand feet of hose in different variations on site.
It happened Thursday evening after officers responded to a domestic dispute in the 100 block of 2nd Street NE.
Anthony Chan, Agency Manager for Allstate Insurance says the Gas City already had a decent report in previous years, but says this time around, collision numbers changed drastically.
The incident, near Suffield, was allegedly sparked by a domestic dispute between a man and woman.