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Thursday,

October 18, 2018

Volume 107

No. 42


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delia

Smoke free

bylaw passes

first reading

Linda Stillinger

ECA Review

Stettler’s 5th Annual Pheasant Festival took place in Stettler County on Fri. Oct. 12 through to Sun, Oct. 14. Hunters gathered together

with bird dogs in tow to find their prize. Each hunt had a maximum of four hunters and dog handlers and included a private quarter

section of land and eight Chinese Ring-necked Pheasant roosters that were used as game. Terry Baltimore releases a few roosters onto

private land in Stettler County on Friday for the hunt.

ECA Review/T.Huxley

Delia Chief Administrative Officer

(CAO) Mark Nikota presented council

the Draft Smoke Free Bylaw at the

Oct. 11 council meeting for review.

The bylaw to regulate all smoking

and vaping in public and workplaces

in the Village of Delia, Bylaw 634-2018

is also council’s first attempt at formally

addressing the consumption of

cannabis within the village.

Considerable debate occurred over

the proposal to treat the consumption

of cannabis the same as tobacco

within the village and the definition of

“Public place or premises”.

The panel voted to amend the public

place or premises definition to mean

any indoor place within the village to

which the public may have either

expressed or implied access

Council then moved to prohibit the

smoking or vaping of tobacco within

five metre of any public place or premises,

workplace, or vehicle on public

property.

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INDEX

Kneehill county council .............. 2

Theresetta school ....................... 4

Sports ......................................... 5

Letters ........................................ 6

PrairieView ................................. 6

RCMP ......................................... 8

Obituaries ................................ 10

Classifeds/Careers .................... 11

Homes & Real Estate ................ 12

Federal 12GA #7.5 Target Load

Rodeo

contestants

win top

titles

Page 2

Huge

Selection of

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IN STOCK!!

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Page 6

Let us make your 2018 Hunting Season a Success!

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Lakeland Rodeo contestants win top titles

Terri Huxley

ECA Review

The 40th annual Lakeland

Rodeo Association (LRA)

Showdown Finals were held

in St. Paul from Thurs. Aug.

31 to Sun. Sept. 2.

This was where Tanner

Eno of Coronation, Ab. made

his mark and continued to

walk in his father’s

footsteps.

The 19-year-old has seen,

on average, as many as four

rodeos in one weekend

across Canada and even into

the United States.

No ride is ever the same

for a bull rider.

“That’s the problem about

rodeo too, is that it’s up and

down. It’s humbling because

you win one weekend and

the next weekend you don’t

do good,” said Eno.

Eno eats, breathes and

sleeps thinking about bull

riding.

His fall-back is carpentry

which he plans to attend post

secondary for later on.

“That’s all I think about,”

said Eno. “I don’t ride bulls

just to ride bulls. I plan to

make a living at it and you

can make a living at it, it’s

just that you got to get there

in my opinion and I’ve heard

it from my dad. It’s like a

ladder, you got to hit every

rung right? And the LRA

and the FCA and the WRA –

they are all a part to get to

where you want to go so you

have to win where you are at

or go to the next one. Don’t

matter how quick you go up

the ladder, you just got to hit

every one.”

The three-year rookie has

racked up $17,000 in earnings

this year, becoming a

season leader.

“It’s been going good,”

continued Eno. “There’s

been lots of goods and lots of

bads and things that I’ve

learnt from but if it went

good every time then why

would you do it right?

“You learn from everything

and push to be better

but I hopefully will get off

this rung of the ladder and

get up to my next level.

During the LRA

Showdown Finals, the young

cowboy won second the first

night, first the second night,

second the third night, and

then won the fourth night as

well as the average.

The showdown lets competitors

enter on a clean

slate using pure talent accumulated

throughout the

event to do the talking.

“You all just show up

there and lay it all out on the

line. There’s no ‘This person

made this much money, you

can’t catch him.’ It’s whoever

does the best there wins,”

said Eno.

This is simply a stepping

stone to riding bulls

full-time.

Others from the

Coronation area who participated

includes Nick Brigley

in the Junior Bull event,

Cauy Schmidt for Boys Steer

Riding, and Kegan Bishell of

Consort for Boys Steer

Riding as well. Bishell ultimately

won the Boys Steer

Riding.

Franchise Fee

Decrease Notice

Please be advised that the Village of Alix is proposing to decrease the

local access fee, which is charged to FortisAlberta Inc. (FortisAlberta)

for use of municipal lands for its power lines effective January 1, 2019.

The fee is recovered by FortisAlberta from its customers as the local

municipal access fee on electric billings of all customers that receive

electric service in the Village of Alix. This local access fee will be

decreased from $ 10.72 (18%) to $5.40 (8.5%) of the delivery charge of

FortisAlberta, excluding energy related riders. This calculation is based

on 625kWh consumption in 30 days.

Questions or concerns should be directed to

Michelle White, Chief Administrative Officer at (403) 747-2495.

Notice of Decrease

to Franchise Fee

on Natural Gas Billings:

The Village of Alix is proposing to decrease the natural gas distribution

franchise fee which it charges ATCO Gas and Pipelines Ltd., for the

exclusive right to deliver natural gas to the residents of the Village of

Alix and for use of municipal lands for it natural gas lines. The franchise

fee applies to all customers that receive gas services in the Village of

Alix; and is required to be billed as a separate charge on gas billings.

The current franchise fee is set at 20% for ATCO Gas and Pipelines Ltd.

delivery revenues and will decrease to 12% effective January 1, 2019.

For an average residential customer using 120 GJ’s (gigajoules) per year,

this will result in an annual decrease of about $39.66 from the average

paid in 2018. The franchise fee currently accounts for approximately

$99.15 of the average annual bill.

For questions or concerns please contact:

Michelle White, CAO @ 403-747-2495, cao@villageofalix.ca

Tanner Eno makes a daring ride on one of the rank bulls supplied

at the Lakeland Rodeo Association Showdown Finals.


Photo courtesy of Wildwood Imagery.

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NOTICE OF

PUBLIC HEARING

Re: BYLAW 2018-662

INTERMUNICIPAL COLLABORATION FRAMEWORK

MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2018 @ 7:00 p.m.

A Bylaw to adopt an Intermunicipal Collaboration

Framework (ICF) with the County of Paintearth has

been given first reading by Coronation Town Council,

and in accordance with the Municipal Government Act

Section 230 and 606, a Public Hearing has been

scheduled at the above noted time and date.

The proposed Bylaw and ICF are available for viewing

at the Town of Coronation Office, 5015 Victoria Ave.,

Coronation, AB during office hours of 8:30 am to 12:00

pm and 1:00 pm to 4:30 pm. Anyone who may be

affected or claim to be affected by the above proposed

Bylaw may make an oral or written presentation at the

above noted hearing, or submit a written presentation

to the Town of Coronation, Box 219, Coronation, AB

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on Friday October 26, 2018.

Dated: October 16, 2018

Sandra Kulyk, Chief Administrative Officer

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Cont’d from Pg 1

Council then moved to

amend the draft bylaw to

prohibit the smoking or

vaping of cannabis in any

indoor or outdoor public

place within the village.

After a motion to remove

the “special events” section

from the draft bylaw was

defeated, council decided

that permits could be

granted to smoke or vape

tobacco and cannabis outdoors

at special events

pursuant to existing Federal

and Provincial laws.

The amended bylaw

passed first reading and will

be made available to the

public.

A public hearing will be

held to gather input and give

residents the opportunity to

have their say before second

and third readings are

given.

Franchise Fees

remain level

Annual franchise agreements

with both ATCO

Electric and AltaGas were

reviewed.

Each year the village has

the option to change the

franchise fee percentages

with charges ranging from

zero to 20 per cent for

electricity and zero to 35 per

cent for natural gas.

Providers pass the

charges on to electricity and

gas customers.

Delia’s current fee agreement

with ATCO sits at five

per cent, representing

approximately $13,528 in

revenue to the village for the

2019 billing year according

to ATCO estimates.

At 12 per cent, the current

AltaGas agreement represents

approximately $14,622

in village revenue for the

same billing period as per

company estimates.

According to CAO Nikota,

the average franchise fee

being charged for electricity

in the area is 5.2 per cent,

while the average for natural

gas sits at 18 per cent.

Motions to maintain both

franchise free rates at the

current levels passed

unanimously.

Streetlight project

Council voted in favour of

moving ahead with a proposal

from ATCO Electric to

install new streetlights

within the village.

Three new LED streetlights

on new poles will be

installed to address three

particularly dark locations

Kneehill County

County looking towards full cost recovery in water charges

Terri Huxley

ECA Review

Council reviewed the Master Rates

Bylaw, specifically the Water Charges,

during the Tues. Oct. 9 regular council

meeting.

At the Sept. 18 Committee of the

Whole (COW) Meeting, Council

directed administration to bring back

the Master Rates Bylaw for the

upcoming regular council meeting on

October 9 to review some proposed rate

changes for the 2019 fiscal year and so

they can be implemented in the 2019

Interim Operating Budget.

Several changes were implemented

into the revision of the bylaw with a

net increase of $780,000 in additional

revenue.

Under the Variable Water

Consumption Rate category, council

wanted to see one unified rate for all

connections that receive county water

with the rate coming into effect on Jan.

1, 2019 at $3.50 per cubic metre.

Users will receive that rate up to a

given amount of water. Utilities are

billed out bi-monthly.

Excessive water use would be determined

at over 100 m3 per billing period

with a rate of $9 per cubic metre.

The bulk water rate may be $5 per

cubic metre up to 50 per cubic metres

monthly, with excess over 50 cubic

metres monthly at $9 per cubic metre

and a minimum $10 charge on top.

Bulk water rates are billed out

monthly unlike consumption rates.

There will be approximately 159 bills

that will exceed the 100 cubic metre

amount.

All of these increased fees are to

move the County towards full cost

recovery of operating costs to about 91

per cent. Cost recovery is currently

around 45 per cent.

Council directed administration to

increase the riser fee charge to be

increased to $10,000 during the COW

meeting as well.

Administration recommended that

council approve an increase for

additional rural water volume also be

increased to $10,000 to mirror the

increase to the riser fees.

Administration also recommended

an increase of $30 to fees for reconnection

and disconnection charges as well

as a new administration fee for transferring

utility charges to taxes where

applicable as this rate has been the

same for several years.

“I know that I have a number of residents

who are concerned in terms of

direction and speed of the movement

and so I am wondering if there is

maybe some openness or conversation

that is needed at this table to amend

those rates before we go ahead with the

master rates bylaw,” said Deputy Reeve

Kenneth King.

Coun. Wade Christie said that he

liked the changes that were made in

April but not the proposed changes

seen in the updated version.

“I like the idea of a single rate but to

move from $3.50 to $5 and $9 is pretty

aggressive. I think $3.50 is a reasonable

step for the first year to get it to a

common rate and start to get to cost

recovery but to go to $5 and $9 is pretty

aggressive,” he said.

Reeve Jerry Wittstock joined in

saying the jump from $3.50 to $5 was

‘Excessive’. Coun. Faye McGhee, Coun.

Debbie Penner, and Deputy Reeve King

agreed with all the previous

statements.

“I guess that’s the concern I would

have as well and certainly that concern

has been reflected to me by my

ratepayers,” said King. “It’s been reinforced

to me that there has definitely

been a lot that live in those areas that

are seniors who are on low income and

that’s a significant ask on our part.

When we talk 35 cents compared to a

$1.80 something, that is a significant

difference.”

Reeve Wittstock mentioned that the

county will be on the hook for varying

water prices from suppliers.

“We are at the mercy of our water

suppliers for the two systems that we

are already hooked to which is the

around the village.

The projected cost of the

project is $8,690.18.

Subtracting ATCO’s $7,578

investment, the installation

of the new streetlights will

cost Delia $1,112.18 plus tax,

coming under the $2,000 set

aside for the project in the

2018 budget.

Aqua 7 and Three Hills Water so those

will generally come up in November

when we get the rates from the Town.

“There will probably be a change in

the Master Rates Bylaw for the water

to reflect the possible water charges

coming in,” said Wittstock.

“We need some place to begin this

conversation so there you have it,”

added King.

King proposed an amendment to

keep the bylaw at the 2018 rates and to

take the time to have some conversation

with ratepayers and look towards

change going forward into the 2020

budget year.

Coun. Jim Hugo offered another

solution that might help the county

and ratepayers.

“I agree with Ken that we have to

hold the water rates back and that but

If we took the Hamlets like Huxley and

that to $2 per cube and the rest of the

water lines at $3.50. It would still be an

increase but it’s not so onerous of an

increase that we are going to cause

hardship on our ratepayers,” said

Hugo.

The previous motion from King was

rescinded so a motion to amend the

residential users rate for the areas of

Huxley, Wimborne, Equity and Mt.

Vernon be $2 from $1.64 as per the discussion

with the remainder of water

systems move to $3.50. Council passed

first reading.

Council found fault with the riser fee

increase from $6,000 to $10,000.

At the COW meeting, council asked

to reflect the new system, not to

change the rates of the current

systems.

With that being reinstated at $6,000,

council moved second and third

reading which was carried.

When the water rates change from

the county suppliers in November,

council will bring this bylaw back as

they adjust for these rates.

Kneehill Regional FCSS budget

Administration received the Family

and Community Support Services

No change in utility Franchise Fees

The monthly cost of the

new lights will be approximately

$62.50 per light,

amounting to a yearly cost

of $2,250 for the village.

The streetlights are

owned and maintained by

ATCO Electric who are also

responsible for the full cost

of end of life replacement.

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Under the Kneehill Regional FCSS

Agreement, it states that the board

shall prepare the annual budget and

provide a copy to each participating

municipality for review and approval.

The Kneehill Regional Board

approved at their Sept. 11, 2018

meeting to increase the municipal requisition

by five per cent in 2019.

The last requisition increase was in

2015.

Kneehill County’s contribution in

2018 was $44,639 and will be $47,388 in

2019.

“We are getting good value for what

they are doing,” said Deputy Reeve

Kenneth King. King made a motion to

approve the budget.

Council approved the Kneehill

Regional FCSS 2019 Budget and

Allocations that was presented to

Council.

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Tuesday, October 30

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Cross Country Race at MSW Farms near

Ponoka, Ab. on Tues. Oct. 9, 2018.


ECA Review/Submitted

Cross Country season ends

by Kirsten Smawley

Well the old saying is true, time sure

flies when you are having fun!

Everyone at Theresetta was shocked

when it was already time to change the

calendar to October.

It’s safe to say everyone has settled

back into the school routine.

Between classes and extracurricular

activities nobody noticed that we left

September behind!

One sport has already come and

gone in the 2018-19 school year.

Within the school year, the first

sport to finish finished last week with

the completion of the cross country

season.

The seasons first run, the Central

Alberta Regional Alberta (CARA)

Cross Country Race, which was hosted

by Gus Wetter School on Theresetta

School grounds had runners from all

over the area vying for a chance to

make to the big championship race

later on in the month.

The Theresetta runners put in a

great effort and came out with the following

results in each of the students

age groups: 1st - Jillian Heidecker, 2nd

- Cara Penner and 7th - Kyla

Beaumont, in the Grade 6 girls event.

Drew Bagshaw finished second for

Grade 6 boys.

Ray Musgrove finished second for

Grade 7 boys. Parker Slemp finished

sixth in grade 8 Girls.

Abbigale Fuller finished third and

Ashley Renschler finished fifth in the

Grade 9 girls event.

Anyone that finished in the Top 10 at

the CARA race moved on to the

Canadian Western Alberta Junior

High Athletic Association

(CWAJHAA) in Ponoka on Tues. Oct. 9

in less than ideal weather with

freezing temperatures and snowy

track conditions.

At the CWAJHAA, the Theresetta

runners finished with the following

Ashley Renschler and Abby Fuller huddle before they race in the

Grade 9 Girls 1J category at the CWAJHAA cross country race on Tues.

Oct. 9, 2018.

ECA Review/Submitted

results: Ray Musgrove finished ninth

for Grade 7 boys, Jilian Heidecker

placed 17 in the Grade 6 girls category,

and Drew Bagshaw placed 22 for

Grade 6 boys.

The races included anywhere from

80 - 90 participants, so great job to all

the Theresetta runners.

What a great way to end the cross

country season!

St. Therese Feast Day

On Thurs. Sept. 27, the Grade 9 Class

led the school in the annual celebration

of St. Therese Feast Day.

St. Therese is the patron saint of

Theresetta and every year we honour

her by celebrating her legacy of “Do

small things with great love” which is

something the students and staff are

always striving towards.

The Grade 9 Class prepared and presented

a biographical skit about St.

Therese’s life.

The first scene was a representation

of her childhood. The second scene

portrayed her time spent in the convent.

And the last

scene, was her

reflecting on her

legacy.

The Grade 9

students, along

with Mr. Ries, put

in the time and

effort to write the

script, organize

costumes, and

practiced their

play so that they

could put on a

nice little production

to clearly

show the younger

students the

importance of celebrating

St.

Therese’s life.

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First win of the season for the Provost Panthers


by Loren Mitchell

The Provost Panthers had an “Under

the Lights” football game at Oct. 5,

2018.

The Panthers played against JR

Robson from Vermilion, Ab.

The Vermilion team played very

well but they did go home defeated and

the Panthers celebrated their first win

this season.

The Vermilion team is a fairly new

team because they have made the transition

from 12-man to 6-man football.

They only need some more practice

and some bigger guys on their team

and they will be able to compete with

teams more used to the smaller

format.

The game wasn’t long, 1:26:54 and

the score was 62 – 0 but we both played

fair and good.

It was a good atmosphere for players

and fans alike.

Way to go Provost Panthers!

Provost Panthers defeat the Vermilion football team from JR Robson school handily on Oct. 5

‘under the lights’.

ECA Review/Jennifer Mitchell

FALL FALL 4FOR3 4FOR3 PROMOTION

September September 14 - October 14 - October 27, 2018 27, 2018

Time, effort

Cont’d from Pg 4

At the end of their presentation, the

Grade 9’s continued a time honoured

tradition at Theresetta of handing out

a chocolate rose, the symbol of St.

Therese, to each of the the Theresetta

students and staff.

It was a lovely way to honour

someone who is such a great role

model to us all year long.

Volleyball winning streak

In volleyball news, the Junior High

Girls Teams hosted their home tournament

on Sept. 18.

There were eight teams invited to

join in the fun day of hard hits and

impressive blocks.

The Grade 8/9 Theresetta Team

played on one side of the tournament

draw, while the Grade 5 - 7 team played

on the other.

Both teams faced some fierce competition

throughout the day.

The younger Knights team played

against three other teams in their pool

and tried their best to develop their

skills.

The older Knights team made it to

the finals in their pool, to face a competitive

Forestburg team that had

them working hard to earn their 2 - 3

set victory and the trophy.

Well done to all the Knights players!

In league action, both the girls and

boys hosted and played against

Brownfield on Oct. 3.

There were lineups with students

from Grade 5 - 9 for both teams and

everyone worked hard together to take

the win.

On Oct. 10, the girls and boys travelled

to Stettler to play against W. E.

Hay.

Both the Girls Grade 5 - 7 team and

the Girls Grade 8/9 team got to play a

match against one of the two Stettler

girls teams. Both the girls and boys

travelled home victorious.

Grand opening

The grand opening of the Junior

ATB Bank Program at Theresetta was

Oct. 4. There were 11 employees from

the Grade 3/4 Class to welcome the

clientele.

After their four training sessions,

they were able to provide a smooth process

for those who came to deposit

their funds.

On every deposit day, each client

who makes a deposit is entered into a

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ECA Review

A good day for Canada and its

Supreme Court was Oct. 10, 2018.

Once more they showed Canadians

and the world the importance of an

independent, judicial body whose jurisprudence

is based on the rule of law

and the Constitution, not personal feelings

and political bias.

In its 7 - 2 decision, the court ruled

against the Mikisew Cree First Nation

in Alberta which had argued legislation

passed by the former Conservative

federal government in 2012 affected its

constitutionally protected treaty

rights.

The legislation had amended regulatory

protections for waterways and the

environment.

The Supreme Court justices found

that Canada’s lawmakers do not have a

duty to consult with Indigenous people

before introducing legislation. But the

ruling did reinforce the government’s

obligation to act honourably and maintain

the “honour of the Crown” when

drafting legislation that could affect

Indigenous peoples.

How we’ve treated, and often continue

to treat, our First Nations is

abysmal. The lifting up of First

Nations communities out of third

world conditions, the reconciliation

process, changes to correctional and

family services, and support to bring

back First Nations traditions and languages

continues to be a necessary

priority at all levels of government.

However, the top court validated

parliamentary supremacy when

denying the Mikisew Cree’s request.

Our constitutional democracy would

collapse if any one group were able to

curtail the ability of parliament to

enact their legislative agenda.

In our system of governance, the

Senate and the Supreme Court provide

important checks and balances, and

parliament ultimately is held accountable

by the Canadian electorate.

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consult with potentially affected First

Nations happens after legislative

approval. That was witnessed recently

when the Supreme Court disallowed

the TransMountain pipeline approval

because it didn’t consult meaningfully

with all First Nations as it related to

their protected rights under the

Constitution.

Again, that doesn’t mean the

TransMountain pipeline can’t be built,

it just means in Canada we do things

in accordance with the rule of law.

The reason so many democracies

are in trouble worldwide is because the

separation of powers between different

branches of government has been

eroded.

Be warned, the same forces that are

working in the United States are

actively working in Canada.

Ontario Premier Doug Ford’s threat

to use the notwithstanding clause,

when the Courts found his actions

unconstitutional because of the timing

of the change in the numbers of

Toronto city councillors, clearly highlights

the vulnerability of our

democratic system.

The notwithstanding clause is the

most powerful legislative tool in

Canadian law that if used for vengeance

or for crass partisan ideology,

can undermine the separation of

power between our legislative

branches.

If Ford was changing the size of city

council for the good of Torontonians,

there would have been consultation

and it would not have been done just as

the election campaign started. But this

play was most certainly vengeance

against a group of people he believed

unfairly treated his late brother,

former mayor of Toronto, Rob Ford.

Our democracy is holding its own at

the moment, but without public mindfulness

surrounding the dangers of the

indiscriminate use of the notwithstanding

clause by self-serving

leaders, we could find ourselves in the

same mess as our American friends.

Concerned ABP producers

Dear Editor,

When you vote in the Alberta Beef

Producers (ABP) Plebiscite between

Oct. 19 and Nov. 13, there’s one principle

of accountability we want you to

keep in mind: Whoever pays the piper

calls the tune.

There are a lot of aspects to the referendum

and we will talk about them

in subsequent letters.

For now we just want to make one

really important point clear.

The plebiscite isn’t a vote on how

good a job the ABP is doing, on what it

should be doing or whether it’s run by

good people.

It is a debate about the right way to

fund an organization so it works for

and is accountable to the beef

producers.

The answer to that question is simple,

whoever signs their paycheques is the

one they will be accountable to.

It should be you, not the government.

Some might say refundable check off

or not, the money still comes from us.

True, but without the refundable

part it doesn’t come thanks to us. That

matters.

If you can’t take your money back,

it’s not you making ABP paydays

possible.

It’s the state. It’s MLAs, cabinet

members, the premier and

bureaucrats.

Turn to ABIDF, Pg 7

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Dear Editor,

Thank you for covering the exciting

news of the renovation project for

Stettler Hospital and Care Centre.

We wanted to provide some clarity

and additional information on the

project.

Alberta Health Services (AHS)

shares the Stettler Hospital

Foundation’s excitement about the

phased project, and we look forward to

continuing to work with the foundation

to move the project forward.

As with many renovation projects at

AHS facilities, the funding for the renovation

project comes from the

Infrastructure Maintenance Program

(IMP).

AHS, Alberta Health and Alberta

Infrastructure work together to identify

which renovation projects will

receive IMP funding.

Renovation of priority areas of the

Stettler Hospital will be completed in

phases over the next three years, with

AHS receiving a total of $9.3 million in

IMP funding.

The Stettler Hospital Foundation has

committed $250,000 for part of the

project.

They have also committed to do

more fundraising, for which we are

extremely grateful.

Projects are prioritized based on

feedback from site administration,

staff, and the community, including

foundations.

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to review current use of space and priority

areas identified for improvement

were the Emergency Department,

Labour and Delivery and the facility’s

kitchen.

This project has been undertaken to

meet AHS’ priorities of increased

access and improved quality of service.

It will achieve improved safety,

access and flow, and privacy and confidentiality,

for the benefit of patients,

the public, physicians, staff and

volunteers.

Existing space will be optimized for

best value and renovations will mitigate

patient impact as much as

possible.

To achieve this, renovations will be

completed in phases: Phase 1 starts

near the end of 2018 with the cafeteria

being reduced to half its size. The cafeteria

will be reworked but will

continue to be operational while undergoing

renovations and construction of

a pharmacy.

Phase 2 starts in early spring 2019.

This is the construction of the Labour

and Delivery department.

Phase 3 starts late 2019/early 2020

and includes the Emergency

Department renovation which includes

a new entrance in front of the building

which improves the emergency department’s

visibility, accessibility, security

and workflow.

A new kitchen will be completed last.

Allan Sinclair, Senior Operating Officer,

Alberta Health Services, Central Zone

Government stupidity

by Herman Schwenk

It has snowed again so I can’t work

outside, so this gives me time to write

another column.

In going through the Oct. 5, 2018

Edmonton Sun I read an article

written by Sun Reporter, Bob Shaw.

It was an article about B.C.’s

$40-Billion LNG Project.

Evidently this huge project will contribute

many more millions of tonnes

of GHG gases to the atmosphere so

now B.C. will have to refigure how

they are going to get their emissions 40

per cent below their 2007 levels by

2030.

The government has already put in

place some measures, such as the

carbon tax, electrifying oil and gas

operations and enforcing federal rules

on heavy duty vehicle emissions,

etcetera.

This would cut almost seven million

tonnes according to estimates.

When I had finished reading that

article I just sat there and shook my

head at this stupidity.

Turn to Much, Pg 7

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Much larger challenge for B.C. to meet emissions target

Cont’d from Pg 6

Clean Energy Canada estimates that

more than 900,000 B.C. drivers would

need to replace their current gas and

diesel vehicles with new electric vehicles

just to eliminate the new

‘pollution’ to be caused by LNG

Canada.

There are only 8,500 registered electric

cars and 45,000 hybrids in B.C.

now. These statistics are from Bob

Shaw’s article.

It gets worse. He wrote, to put it

another way, 950,000 home owners

would have to replace their natural gas

furnace with either an electric heat

pump or 100 per cent renewable gas to

cancel out LNG Canada’s greenhouse

gas emissions.

So, you can see it will be a much

larger challenge for B.C. to meet it’s

emission target.

I think climate change targets are

dogma that have been institutionalized

by the media, environmental zealots

and governments. These targets are

just ridiculous.

As I have written before, meteorological

and geological research scientists

have proven that global warming

caused by C02 emissions is fiction.

I am sure that many people associated

with these entities are well aware

that C02 is not the cause of climate

change, but if the majority of the public

knew this they could not achieve their

objective.

It seems to me that they are working

on the theory that if you tell a lie often

enough people will think it is fact.

Cont’d from Pg 6

In that case, ABP will not be representing

you to the government. They

will be representing the government

to you.

Great organizations and businesses

are such because they have great service

and products that create loyal

supporters and customers not because

they have a monopoly, forced associations

or mandatory check off.

There’s no reason to think they

would do better things if your funding

was mandatory and they did not have

to satisfy you and one important

reason to think otherwise is that

“incentives matter”.

To us “The boss signs the cheques”.

Advocates of a “Yes” vote are

making a big deal about the $1.4 million

per year Alberta Beef Industry

Development Fund (ABIDF) they

could create if you had to pay for it

whether you wanted to or not.

But that fund is a red heifer. There

is nothing to stop the ABP from creating

the ABIDF now, if the fund is as

splendid as they say.

Creating it would convince people to

leave their money with ABP. Every

All of this stuff being promoted now

by governments just defies logic.

For example, Canada produces only

about 1.6 per cent of world greenhouse

gases thus if Canada did not produce

one pound of C02 it would not make an

iota of difference worldwide even if C02

was the cause, which it is not.

C02 is not pollution, it is a necessary

element for plant growth.

Left-wing governments seem to be

quite willing to sacrifice their economies

just to try to convince the

population that they are doing something

to save the world when, in fact,

what they are doing is taking away our

freedom so they can have absolute control

over us.

They are forcing us to change our

way of life so that eventually we will

become dependent on government to

exist.

These climate change policies have

become so pervasive that right-wing

conservative governments are being

drawn into this foolishness.

They are fighting the carbon tax but

for whatever reason they are still going

along with the idea that climate change

is man-made. They are trying to create

an alternate economy.

Just think about the numbers above

in this column. 900,000 electric cars for

just B.C. or 950,000 different heating

systems. This would be a monumental

societal shift.

This is why left-wing governments

want control of the people. By exercising

total control they can force us to

accept their vision of a utopian society.

ABIDF fund, a red heifer

argument, that our services are so

great you should not have any choice

about buying them, destroys itself.

The Alberta Cattle Feeders

Association (ACFA) has been granted

privilege in this program for their

endorsement.

They receive a fixed amount of the

check off plus an extra say on industry

issues including the new development

fund.

This is undemocratic. ABP producers

do not have a vote in ACFA.

Choice and competition is what will

bring out the best from the ABP.

They must compete for your

funding support. At the end of the day,

why don’t they want to answer to you?

They believe they know how to

spend your money better than you do.

It doesn’t matter what day you vote,

or whether you vote in person or by

mail. But it matters that you vote.

It matters that you vote to keep the

ABP “working for you”.

Please vote no. You are the boss and

you want a great ABP.

Danny Hozack, Past Chairman of

the Alberta Beef Producers

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all live with a much lower standard of

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Vehicle theft


Submitted

On Thurs. Oct. 11, 2018, Drumheller

RCMP responded to a rural property

near Horseshoe Canyon for a suspicious

vehicle.

On arrival, police located a stolen

truck with a male passed out in the

driver’s seat.

The complainant told police that

there were two other males who exited

the vehicle and who’s whereabouts

were unknown.

RCMP Police Dog Services and the

Emergency Response Team were

training in the area and were able to

attend in an effort to locate the suspects.

No one else was located at the

time but two possible

suspects

were identified.

A few hours

later on Thursday,

Drumheller

RCMP attempted

to arrest a second

male in connection

with the

incident.

The male

resisted arrest and

fled in a stolen

vehicle with a

female suspect

driving.

Charged with

possession of

stolen property is

Brent Steven

Twilley (28) of

Drumheller.

Arrest warrants

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the male and

female associates

who fled from

police.

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Cocktails 5:30 - 6:00 • Supper 6:00 - 7:00pm

Tickets $40, Available at L&C Bookkeeping 403-578-3838

Meal Ticket (Optional) $20.00 per person (2 weeks notice prior to

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Hallowe’en

Potluck Supper &

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Sun., October 28

Spondin Communit y Center

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Costume Parade 5:30 pm

Potluck Supper 6 pm

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Great Bend Church is located 13.5 KM north of Delburne on Hwy 21

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Stettler Variety Showcase

Dinner Show

Saturday, November 3

Johnny Summers

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Johnny Summer’s

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capacity to bring wit,

laughter, and soul to every

performance along with

the 8-piece Little Big Band.

Tickets: $60/adult, $40/student available at

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Maverick Oilfield Services Ltd., established in 1978, celebrated 40 years in business on Fri.

Oct. 12 at their Provost, Ab. shop with a steak supper. Richard Dieser, Provost Construction

Manager,who has been a part of Maverick for 26 years, presented owner Mike and Della

Schnell with a plague honouring their 40 years “serving the Western Canadian oilfield industry

with hard work, perseverance, honesty and integrity while always putting family, employees

and friends first.”

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Stettler County declares agricultural disaster

Press Release

Dry conditions in the spring followed

by excessive moisture in the

form of snow in September and

October have led County of Stettler

council to declare an agricultural

disaster within the borders of Stettler

County on Wed. Oct. 10 at their regular

council meeting.

The Alberta Agriculture and

Forestry/Agriculture Financial

Services Corporation Crop Reporting

Survey as of Oct. 2, indicates 43 per

cent of crops have been combined in

the central region.

The five-year average at this same

time, in the same area, is 79 per cent.

“As we sit here today, many farmer’s

crops remain on the field because of

unseasonable weather conditions. The

snow and moisture have made it difficult

to get into the fields, said Larry

Clarke, reeve for the County of

Stettler.

“Certain crops will diminish in

value as these crops remain in the

fields.”

The County of Stettler’s

Agricultural Services Board disagreed

earlier in September, with a list

of prescribed regions identified to

qualify for the 2018 Livestock Tax

Deferral Program with Alberta

Agriculture, which indicated Stettler

County did not make the cut as a

drought or flood affected region.

Statistics indicate Stettler County

has received low to average precipitation

but locally we are aware of areas

that as of Thurs. Sept. 6 when the map

was released, had not received any

moisture.

Cattle producers who rely on

grazing land after crops come off are

also affected by these conditions.

“The county has received requests

this year to graze livestock in our

ditches and we have allowed this

wherever possible. In fact, we passed a

Ditch Grazing Policy at our Oct. 10

council meeting in order to deal with

this issue in the safest and most practical

way. Hopefully, we won’t need it

another year,” added Chief

Administrative Officer Yvette Cassidy.

Hay is currently

selling for

11 cents per

pound and producers

are

scrambling to

find the funds

and the quantities

they will

need.

Barry

Yaremcio, Beef

Forage Specialist

with Alberta

Agriculture and

Forestry told our

Agricultural

Services Board in

August that local

producers normally

feed 175

days per year, but

this year they should prepare to feed

for up to 240 days.

Many local producers began feeding

in September which coincides with

Yaremcio’s report.

County council made this

L. Strom

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and Manure Spreading:

- equipped for big or small jobs:

low sheds and confined areas.

General Contracting:

- all types of skid steer service

403 574 2222

C4 Bobcat & Mulching

phone or text Shawn Charbonneau

403 741 6660 • Halkirk

• Mulching/

brushing

of fence lines

and hedges

• Fence removal/

large wire roller

• Bin anchor driver

• Corral cleaning/

snow removal

• Landscaping/

dirt work

Ironman Scrap

Metal Recovery

. . . is picking up

scrap again!

• farm machinery

• vehicles • industrial

Serving

Central AB

403.318.4346

declaration of agricultural disaster

with the intent to encourage the provincial

and federal governments to

initiate programming to assist our

agricultural producers.

As farmers look forward to a week of warmer

dry weather, grades and flattened crops will

be a challenge during this year’s late harvest.


ECA Review/J. Webster

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obituaries

Enjoyed sewing and gardening

Ida Amelia (Nichols) Hallett was

born in the Cereal Hospital on Feb. 22,

1929 to Charles and Eva Nichols.

She was the second eldest, being followed

by her sisters Doreen, Donna,

Irene and baby brother Dale.

She passed away peacefully on Sept.

27, 2018 in her Bedford room in

Sherwood Park, Ab. with her children

by her side at the age of 89.

Ida first lived in Lanfine, Ab and

then she stayed in Oyen, Ab. to finish

her high school. The family moved to

Halkirk in 1945.

Growing up on the farm she learned

hard work, importance of family and

community.

Ida followed the family to Halkirk

and started working for the Royal

Bank there.

She also worked for the Matthias’ as

a bookkeeper in Castor.

She met Gilbert Hallett at a community

dance.

They were married in Fleet, Ab. on

Curling, baseball

and travelling,

her favourites

April 17, 1924 – October 6, 2018

Pauline Paxman (nee Camp) passed

away peacefully on Sat. Oct. 6, 2018,

with family by her side, at the Hanna

Long Term Care Facility.

She is lovingly remembered by her

three children, Robert (Diane)

Paxman of Hanna, Beverly (Dave)

Sampson of St. Albert and Brian

(Chrystal) Paxman of Sackville, New

Brunswick; four grandchildren, Krisi

(Terry) Foster,

Kate (Mike)

Vasseur, Joe

(Sherry) Sampson,

Leigh (Jason)

Ploof; and 10 greatgrandchildren,

Kyle, Kelly, Jake,

Kai, Madisen,

Deanna, Aiden,

Paxman

Willow, Kenna and

Barret.

Pauline was predeceased

by her parents, Joseph and

Hilda Camp; husband, Bill Paxman;

sister, Mona Coombs of Vernon B.C.;

and brother, Arthur Camp of Hanna.

Pauline was born on the family

farm at Scapa, Ab. north of Hanna,

and attended the Scapa school where

she completed her grade nine

education.

Pauline married Bill Paxman on

Dec. 12, 1944 in Drumheller. When

first married they lived on the Levi

Kennedy farm, then in 1946 they

bought and moved to the Walter

Carlson farm.

She was a member of the Royal

Purple #258 for 30 years, a member of

the Hanna Legion for 13 years and

spent 11 years as treasurer for the

Ladies Auxiliary.

In 2000, she moved to Drumheller

and was a member of the Drumheller

Legion for many years.

Pauline loved to travel and had

taken cruises to the Caribbean,

Alaska, Mexico, South Western USA

and did a tour across Canada, plus

several smaller trips around Alberta.

She also travelled with her

daughter and son in-law on several

excursions to the west coast of the

USA.

Curling was one of her favourite

sports, she participated in the game

July 17, 1949 where they made their

first home in Castor.

They welcomed their first child

there. Gordon was born on Dec. 30,

1950. Followed by Donna, Jim, Jacky,

Cathy, Debby, Brooks and

Harold.

Gilbert started his

trucking career in Castor

and they chose to move to

the new community of

Sherwood Park in 1961.

They welcomed two more

children Randy (1962) and

Gloria (1965) to round out

the family now with five

boys and five girls.

She joined the Castor

United Church and the

United Church Women’s Group in 1949

and continued to be a member in the

Sherwood Park United Church until

her passing.

Gilbert’s 21-year-old second cousin

immigrated from England in 1980.

Ida took him

under her wing

when younger

and watched it

and baseball on

television in her

later years.

A family graveside

service was

held at the Hanna

Cemetery.

Messages of condolence

may be

left for the family

at www.myalternatives.ca.

Alternatives

Funeral &

Cremation

Services®

serving Hanna

and surrounding

areas since 1997,

(403) 854-5400 &

(888) 216-5111

and Graham

Lunny became

Deadline

for entries:

Nov. 1

2018

Hallett

Business

Directory

DAVID’S

TREE

SERVICE

- tree pruning

- tree removal

- height reducing

- hedge shaping

- disease diagnosis

and management

I.S.A. Certified

403.741.9635

Theme: At Work in

Stettler County.

Let your photo

tell the story.

her sixth son.

She was involved with all the children’s

activities, attended hockey

games, band concerts, cubs, scouts,

explorers and CGIT.

She won the Heart of Gold

Award for Strathcona County.

She loved gardening and

planted a vegetable garden

until age 86. She enjoyed

sewing and spent hours

making us clothes, Halloween

costumes and Barbie clothes.

Gilbert and she loved

camping with family and

friends and fishing with her

sisters. They belonged to the

Highwaymen RV Club.

She loved playing cards,

board games and playing with her children,

grandchildren and

great-grandchildren and her weekly

ladies card group.

She was a wonderful mother and

head of the Hallett family.

Ida was a good neighbour and cherished

her friendships with her lifelong

friends from Castor and Sherwood

Park.

Bill’s Waterwell

Services

Well Drilling

Ltd.

Pumps & Repairs

Well 403-747-2120

Drilling

drillerbill@xplornet.com

Pumps & Repairs

403-747-2120

drillerbill@xplornet.com

Wecker

PLUMBING & HEATING LTD.

• Plumbing

• Gas Fitting

• Air Conditioning

• Sheet Metal

• Commercial

Refrigeration

Serving the Big Country

(403) 854-4774

Centre Street

Hanna, AB

Castor

Sheet Metal

Plumbing

Heating & A/C

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403 882 3388

24 Hour On-Call Service:

403-740-2535

S. Barnes

Trucking

For Livestock

Hauling Call

Stan Barnes

Res 403 578 3265

Cell 403 575 5264

Photo Contest 2018

‘At Work in Stettler County’

Submit your photos online at www.stettlercounty.ca by

midnight November 1, for a chance to be published in our

2019 County Calendar. Grand Prize wins a

128 GB iPad mini 4!

Contest Rules

Maximum entries: 3 per person

Amateur Photographers only.

If you run a photography business, you are not eligible

She stayed in her home on 24 Pine

Street as long as she could, for 56 years.

She is survived by her children,

Gordon Hallett, Donna (Marvin)

Younger, Jim (Susan) Hallett, Jacky

Hallett, Cathy Hallett, Debby (Roger)

Sawatzky, Brooks (Liz) Hallett, Harold

(Monika) Hallett, Randy (Shirley)

Hallett, Gloria (Tony) Hallett, Graham

(Wendy) Lunny, 17 grandchildren and

17 great-grandchildren, her sisters

Doreen Johnston and Irene Schilling,

sister-in-law Wilda Nichols, brother-inlaw

Bob Hallett, sister-in-law Norma

and Peter Poohkay and sister-in-law

Helen Erickson.

She was predeceased by her husband

Gilbert, baby sister Evelyn Nichols,

sister Donna and George Schilling, her

brother Dale Nichols, brother-in-law

Morley Johnston, brother-in-law

Benny Schilling, sister-in-law Holly

Hallett, sister-in-law Margaret Curcio,

sister-in-law Mary Biggs, brother-inlaw

Tom Biggs, brother-in-law Vern

Erickson.

Her celebration of life was held on

Oct. 5, 2018 at the Sherwood Park

United Church.

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& Building

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• Custom New Homes

•All Farm Buildings

• Renovations

• Windows and Doors

• Overhead Doors &

Service

• Retail Sales

Quality Customer Care

403-854-3585

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Find out more about us at:

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Phone: 403-742-3555

4109 - 48 Avenue, Stettler

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Stettler, AB

Kikel

Meat Packers

Government Inspected

Abattoir

RR #2 Bashaw, AB

Ponoka County

424008

780 372 2178

Anyone can Enter!

There are no age or residency requirements but the photograph must be taken by

the entrant.

Photos should be High Quality.

Set your camera to the HIGHEST RESOLUTION. Landcape vs. portrait?

Landscapes lend themselves best to our calendar format.

Photos MUST be taken in the County of Stettler.

Photographs taken in the Town of Stettler and Villages of Big Valley, Donalda and

Gadsby will be accepted but will not be considered for the grand prize. You must

confirm ‘where’ in the County of Stettler the photo was taken in order to be eligible.


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Unreserved Auction,

October 24 in

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title acres, 51 sites

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STRIP Mall - Slave

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Unreserved Auction,

October 24 in

Edmonton. 0.36 +/-

title acres, 8800 +/-

sq ft (8) unit multitenant

commercial

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Hodge: 780-706-

6652; Brokerage:

Ritchie Bros. Real

Estate Services Ltd.;

rbauction.com/realestate.

MODULAR Home -

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Bros. Auctioneers

Unreserved Auction,

October 24 in

Edmonton. 1216 +/-

sq ft 2012 Forest

River Housing Inc

modular home, 3

bedroom, 2 bathroom.

Jerry Hodge:

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Dutch Tillage Tillage Industries Tools Tools

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Feller Buncher Operator Grapple Skidder Operator

(Must be ordered on a stock order if possible and freight may apply)

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Competitive Wages, Benefits & Accommodations

Wages negotiable

and Western Saskatchewan

12:00 - 1:30 p.m.

Email: info@lydellgroup.ca

Contact Ed Ford at

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Phone: 780-542-6019 • Fax: 780-542-6739

Tri-Ag Implements On Full-Time Consort Site Reps: AB And - Phone: Part-Time 403-577-3899

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Tri-Ag Implements, Consort Positions Available

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Drayton Valley, Alberta www.lydellgroup.ca

fax resume to 780-842-3416

Apache & NH Sprayer

Greggs Distributors Responsibilities:

GPS Expert * cleaning Morris stables, barnyards and pens

Macdon

Kuhn/Knight * feeding Glen and Scherlotz tending cattle

Chief Administrative Officer Employment Opportunity Country Clipper

Bourgault

* receiving and loading cattle

Dutch Industries

Bourgault Tillage Tools

This vibrant community in East Central 3.75” Alberta wide Region version

of

* opening and closing gates

Alberta is seeking applications for a Chief Administrative

Must be able to bring in on stock order or freight may be * charged running down alleys

Officer. The new CAO must be a team player working

* working directly with livestock (ie: sorting)

with Village Council to provide exceptional leadership.

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Candidates must possess excellent communication abilities

tagging, etc.)

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finance

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* misc. repairs and maintenance

and overall management skills. Candidates with a sound Mechanic understanding or of Apprentice

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Tri-Ag Implements Consort AB - Phone: 403-577-3899

municipal administration and governance Class will 1 be Log given Hauler preference. Donalda is a

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Processor Operator Full-Time Inside Salesperson

move cattle through auction mart.

small, thriving community where Feller the CAO Buncher will be expected Operator

interface with Grapple the Skidder Operator

community and its organizations to understand the culture of the community. The

Automotive, Industrial, Oilfield or

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position of Chief Administrative Officer is a permanent part-time position with

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Email: info@lydellgroup.ca

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candidates selected for interviews will Drayton be contacted. Valley, Alberta www.lydellgroup.ca

Resumes may be submitted in confidence to cao@village.donalda.ab.ca. Questions

regarding the position may be directed to Mayor Dan Knudtson @ (403) 740-2693.

MODULAR Home -

Keephills, AB. Ritchie

Bros. Auctioneers

Unreserved Auction,

October 24 in

Edmonton. 1416 +/-

sq ft 2008 Winalta

modular home, 3

bedroom, 2 bathroom.

Jerry Hodge:

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Coming Events

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Saturday

October 27

at Erskine

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Old Man

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RUMMAGE Sale by

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Oct. 27, Castor

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Saturday

October 27

2-4 pm @

BOTHA

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$3 at the door

Tickets for Pail Prizes

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is now accepting applications for

2 nd , 3 rd or 4 th year apprentice

or Journeyman/

Heavy Duty Mechanics

with AG experience.

We offer year-round employment, competitive

“Bikes To Big Rigs”

SEDGEWICK, AB

780-384-3080

NOW HIRING!

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vessels, pressure piping, and CWB

Fax: 1-403-578-4209 Email: hr@futureag.ca

structural welding.

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Tuesday


Tuesday

are willing to train the right person.

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Greggs 9000 Distributors

Monday, March a full time 24

Oil & Def.

Greggs Apache Distributors

Swather

& NH Sprayer

Greggs Distributors

GPS

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Expert

Expert 5 % Watt Gas

off

Morris

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Community Hall, 11

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Grocery hamper raffle.

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Christmas Antique &

Vintage Show and

Sale. October 20 &

21, Saturday 10-5 &

Sunday 10-4.

Westerner Park. 300

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Furniture -

Collectables - Retro.

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FIREARMS Wanted for December 8th, 2018

Live and Online Auction. Rifles, Shotguns,

Handguns, Militaria. Auction or Purchase:

Collections, Estates, individual items.

Contact Paul, Switzer’s Auction: Toll-Free

1-800-694-2609; info@switzersauction.com

or www.switzersauction.com.

KNOX United Church Fall Roast Beef

Supper. Sun, Oct. 28 4-7 p.m. Castor

Community Hall. Adults $15, Students (6-12)

$6, 5 & under free.

Grain

Bags / Twine

Net Wrap 10% Off

Toys / Tools 25% Off

All Other Parts 10%

Oil 5% Off

Most Openers

10% Off

Atom Jet

Openers 5% Off

Trimble GPS

10% Off

Sales Person

Grain

Bags / Twine

Net Wrap 10% Off

Toys / Tools 25% Off

All Other Parts 10%

Tuesday

Resumes can be emailed to

tsmawley@heartlandauto.ca

or dropped at the store

Services

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Parts Special

Parts Special

for the Week of

for the Week of

March 18-22, 2013

March 18-22, 2013

Filters & Batteries

15% Off

Coronation

4-H Beef Club

Re Organizational

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Sun., Oct. 21

7 pm at Coronation School

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New Members Welcome

For more information, call

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Parts Special

for the Week of

March 18-22, 2013

Provost

Filters & Batteries

15% Off

Parts Special

for the Week of

March 18-22, 2013

Filters & Batteries

15% Off

Call Casey Lawes 780-753-1466

or Dean Lawes 780-753-0803

if you have any questions.

Please Email or Fax resumes to:

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E C A r e v i e w

A community silent and live auction fundraiser and potluck supper on

Sun. Oct. 14 at the Coronation Community Centre raising over $13,000

for Brad and Verna Koturbash who lost their home to a fire on Aug. 28,

2018. Koturbash’s along with their children Heather and Nick were on

hand to thank the community.

ECA Review/J.Webster

Dark Knight Electric

Quizzing competition in Three Hills

David Nadeau

ECA Review

No sticks, no ball, no net, no

uniforms, and no national or

Olympic aspirations, but Bible

quizzing is a genuine sport.

Not unlike the tension and

excitement of a spelling bee,

so it was at the Three Hills

Prairie Christian Academy

Oct. 12 - 13 when 150 participants

ranging in age from 11

to 18 on 26 teams from Red

Deer to Lethbridge competed

in a regional Bible quizzing

competition.

Like any team

sport, the name of

the game is to

earn points for

your side by

matching knowledge,

speed,

memory and

quickness of

response to sets of

20 scripturebased

questions.

Competitors sit

on individual triggered

seats with

the first to lift

from the seat in

response to the

quizmaster’s

question has 30

seconds to say a

correct response

from memory.

Organizer

Vicky Poulsen

said an important

part of the Three

Hills quizzing

weekend were the

billet hosts for 200

guests.

Also, many

Three Hills businesses

donated

door prizes

ranging from

coupons and toys

to books and

games.

“Our visitors

were amazed at

the wonderful

support and community

welcome,”

said Poulsen.

The Three

Hills tournament

was the first of

the season for

southern Alberta.

Another 26 teams

from north of Red

Deer were competing

in

Edmonton.

Five more district

tournaments

will be held this

season, which

sees north and

south quizzers

competing

together. A fun

tournament is

scheduled for

Linden, Ab.

January 12.

Three Hills Bible quizzing participants, from the left, Jack Perry, Chris Brisbin

and Alia Wiebe competing against teams from Okotoks, yellow t-shirts,

and Calgary’s Rocky Mountain Calvary Chapel, grey t-shirts. The quizzing

competition was in Three Hills late last week. ECA Review/D. Nadeau

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E. Roger Spady on or before December 4,2018.

Property taxes shall be adjusted as of December 3, 2018. The SLR is $2,500

and will be prorated. Mineral rights, if any are not included in the sale. If the

successful tenderer does not complete the purchase after acceptance of that

tender, the deposit shall be forfeited.

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