Pamphlets containing graphic images have been appearing across the local area this summer.

High River Mayor Craig Snodgrass says his town hasn't been left out.

"This is what every community's dealing with because the pro-life activists are obviously getting a lot more aggressive with their marketing material and it's not OK that these images get plastered on our houses," he says.

Council on Monday amended the Good Neighbour bylaw so that these materials have to be in a closed envelope, with a warning about the graphic material and have a return address.

Mayor Snodgrass says they can still put the material out as long as it's in a closed envelope with a warning.


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