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Alix’s eight kilometre fire caused by train sparks
A fire call was sent out
regarding multiple fires
within an eight kilometre
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stretch north of Haunted
Lakes, located to the northeast
of the village of Alix,
the afternoon of Thurs.
The blaze stretched from
Haunted Lakes to roughly
three kilometres south of
Fire crews from Alix,
Bashaw, Blackfalds, Clive,
Lacombe and Stettler
The Stettler Agricultural Society Agriplex was busy with up and coming rodeo competitors as rodeo
professionals Cole Goodine of Carbon, Ab., Layton Green of Meeting Creek Ab., and Jessey Lannin
of Quebec conducted the Warden Rodeo Company Spring Bareback and Saddle Bronc School. The
seasoned competitors helped boys aged six to 17 with their skills alongside many family members
getting them used to the inner workings behind the chute. Andrew Earnshaw of Consort, Ab.
prepares for his first ride during the spring school. His grandfather, Stan Pennington of Stettler, was
in attendance to help as used to bull ride in the past.
responded as well as
people from Nova
Chemicals and Dow
They were able to
contain the fire by 7:30
p.m. that night.
The morning of April
26, a couple of departments
conducting some final
clean up and dealing
with hot spots that may
still be present.
Lacombe County Fire
Chief Drayton Bussiere
confirmed the cause of
the fire came from
sparks of a train
passing through the
“We are pretty confident
it was started by a
train,” said Bussiere.
“Exactly how, we’re not
sure but it was a spark
of some kind from a
Some buildings were
threatened but luckily
were saved from any
damages due to favourable
Bussiere did wish to
remind the County that
they are under a fire
“I’m taking the
opportunity to just
remind everybody that
it is really dry and so
Lacombe County is
under a fire advisory
and we are trying to be
extra cautious,” he said.
He warned against
the dangers of throwing
cigarette butts out the
vehicle window as well
as being ‘extra cautious’
when having campfires
as it is ‘extremely dry
out right now’.
Alix village council
was presented with a
request to reimburse a
resident for a repair bill
of $630 after a pipe froze
earlier this year.
The situation acted as
a double edged sword as
council took their time
The sewer line on
4832 - 42nd St. to 49th
Street has had problems
in the past with their
sewer line freezing, particularily
in 2018, 2016,
MPE has identified
the area as needing a
replacement water and
sewer main line which
has since been added to
the upcoming 2020 capital
budget, intended to
be carried out next year.
The main question
asked was “Why didn’t
they phone the village
office?” as no calls were
made on Sun. March 17
when the situation
Officer (CAO) Michelle
White also noted in her
report that no video evidence
was provided to
show if the blockage
was on the property
owners side or the
public side, further
determining who would
pay the bill.
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Notice of applications
Sharp Hills Wind Project
EDP Renewables SH Project GP Ltd. has filed applications concerning the Sharp Hills Wind Project in the Sedalia area
Applications 24401-A001 and 24401-A002
The Alberta Utilities Commission (AUC), the independent utilities regulator, will be considering the
Sharp Hills Wind Project alteration applications in Proceeding 24401, as well as a request to review and
vary a condition of the initial project approval. If you feel you may be affected by these applications, you
can provide input to the AUC to review before it makes its decision.
Written submissions are due May 9, 2019.
To support an open and transparent process,
information you send to the AUC will be publicly
available through the AUC’s eFiling System. If
there is confidential information you would like
to file, a request must be made in advance of
filing your submission.
In Decision 22665-D01-2018, EDP Renewables SH Project GP Ltd. (EDP) received AUC approval to
construct and operate the Sharp Hills Wind Project.
EDP has now filed applications with the Commission requesting approval of alterations to the
Sharp Hills Wind Project as follows:
• splitting the project into two phases designated as Sharp Hills Phase I and Sharp Hills Phase II
• reducing the number of turbines from 83 to 71
• changing the turbine model from 3.6-megawatt Vestas turbines to 4.2-megawatt Enercon turbines
• adjusting access roads and the collector system
• modifying the transformers at the Sedalia 363S Substation from two 169-megavolt ampere
transformers to one 288-megavolt ampere transformer and one 58-megavolt ampere transformer
As a result of the requested alterations, the project’s capability would be reduced from 298.8 megawatts to
298.2 megawatts. The maximum height of the turbines would be reduced from 200 metres to 197.3 metres.
Please refer to the attached map for the altered layout of the proposed project.
The applications for the alterations have been filed under the Hydro and Electric Energy Act.
EDP also requested that the Commission exercise its discretion to consider a late-filed application for
review and variance of condition 20 of Power Plant Approval 22665-D02-2018, which relates to
The application for review and variance of condition 20 has been filed under Section 10 of the
Alberta Utilities Commission Act and AUC Rule 016: Review of Commission Decisions.
The Commission will consider the applications for the alterations and the application for review and
variance as part of the same proceeding.
Additional information about the applications
The applications and any associated documents are publicly available and can be accessed from the eFiling System on the AUC website www.auc.ab.ca. Alternatively, for more
information about what is being applied for, or for a copy of the applications, please contact:
EDP Renewables SH Project GP Ltd.
For more information about how you may become involved in this proceeding please contact us or visit our website and review the information under “Have your say” and under
If you wish to participate in this proceeding, please visit our website and log in to the eFiling System, go to Proceeding 24401, and register to participate under the “registered parties”
tab. Alternatively, please contact us at 310-4AUC or email@example.com for more information or assistance with filing your submission. The lead application officer, Allan Anderson, can also be
contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or 403-592-4438.
The AUC may make its decision without further notice or process if no written submissions are received.
Issued on April 17, 2019
Alberta Utilities Commission
Douglas A. Larder, QC, General Counsel
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Innovation Centres celebrated
in Forestburg and Castor
The Battle River Economic
Opportunities Committee (BREOC)
held grand openings of two Battle
River Innovation Centres (BRIC) at
Forestburg and Castor on Fri. April 26.
The centres are intended to be a
community catalyst to change, innovation
and progress by offering
employment support services, programs
and resources for entrepreneurs
and modern workspaces that can be
rented for various purposes.
Kara Spady, coordinator of the
Castor location, welcomed everyone as
she explained the services offered at
the BRIC Centres.
“We want to be a one-stop shop so
people can come to our centres instead
of having to travel to Red Deer,
Camrose or Wainwright.”
Both centres were designed to
mirror each other and offer the same
services to the public.
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A village bylaw requests that reimbursement
be made after proof is given
but administration suggested council
give a partial reimbursement due to
the ‘special nature of this case’.
Council was concerned about setting
a precedent but after deliberation
decided to pay half at $315.
They also asked administration to
put a notice on utility bills, alerting
residents that any future issues must
be brought to the public work’s
Traffic bylaw review continues
Part six of council’s traffic bylaw
review was mostly uncomplicated
material. Acting CAO Tanya Meston
read out the points the bylaw makes
clear and only one of those points was
examined in more detail.
Currently, the bylaw reads “The
CAO is hereby authorized to designate
‘school zones’ and ‘playground zones’
and shall cause such zones to be
marked by signs posted along the
highway or by markings on the pavement
or by signs or lights or both,
Through technology at the centres,
both locations are connected by video
conferencing for the event.
Forestburg Mayor Blaise Young
acknowledged that the Centre is
located on Treaty 6 Territory, traditional
lands of First Nations and Metis
people, before speaking at the event.
“Adversity brings out the best of the
people in rural Alberta” and is
thankful that through BREOC they
“were able to organize and move forward
to lift the doom and gloom.”
Young continued, “I look forward to
these centres being a bright part of our
future; being an asset in our community
and a catalyst for change.”
BREOC is a collaborative partnership
representing the villages of
Forestburg, Halkirk, Heisler, the
towns of Castor and Coronation, and
Flagstaff and Paintearth Counties who
are acting as the managing partner.
This committee was formed in
response to economic changes in the
region to find strategies to encourage
posted or suspended over the
Coun. Ed Cole found that the school
zone and playground zone differentiation
can be confusing for drivers so he
suggested they change all school zones
to playground zones.
A playground zone is in effect from
one hour before dawn until one hour
after dusk and has a provincially
slated speed of 30 km/hour.
“School zones are designated and
it’ll be like 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. and noon to
1 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m.
“Playgrounds are like 8 a.m. to 9
p.m. What always causes confusion –
I’m going to use Ontario as an example
– every school is a playground zone.
Then there is no doubt.”
“It removes the confusion,” added
Council agreed with their fellow
councillor, informing administration
that they would like to change all
school zones to playground zones.
Coun. Cole also recommended
administration contact Lacombe
County peace officers of the change to
allow residents a grace period.
economic diversification by building
capacity and developing opportunities.
BREOC received $1.75 million last
year from the Alberta Government’s
Coal Communities Transition Fund
(CCTF) to implement transition efforts,
working closely with the government,
Westmoreland Mine and ATCO’s
Battle River Generating Station with a
plan developed by Urban Systems/
Lochaven Management Consultants to
mitigate the impacts of current economic
Collaborative efforts are being made
by BREOC to work closely with
ATCO’s Battle River Generating
Station and Westmoreland Mine to
implement strategies that will mitigate
some of the economic impact as the
phase out of coal mines and coal-fired
power plants continues.
An emphasis on regional participation
will be an important factor in the
success of these efforts.
Village in strong financial position
Delburne village council was presented
with the Village’s audited
financial statements by its accounting
firm at its meeting of April 23, 2019.
The net financial assets of the village
for 2018 totalled $1.46 million
showing an increase of $420,000 over
Council heard from auditor, Justin
Tanner of Gitzel and Company that the
village has a strong cash basis.
“Taxpayers always decry paying
taxes when there is extra cash and no
debt,” said Tanner.
Unanimous approval was given to
Coun. Jeff Bourne’s motion to accept
the 2018 financial statements as
Coun. Tim Wilson, the village’s representative
on CAEP (Central Alberta
Economic Partnership) informed
council of its economic development
initiative, Business Investment and
Attraction Readiness (BIAR).
Council discussed this initiative
expressing concerns and opted to
accept it for information only.
The initiative is being funded
through Alberta’s Community and
Regional Economic Support Program
(CARES) to assist central Alberta
municipalities to improve their municipal
investment readiness and success
in growing and retaining business
This initiative is limited to eight
CAEP municipal members on a first
come-first serve basis.
The program would cost the municipality
$5,500 to participate.
“Delburne has not yet designed or
completed its economic plan,” said
Mayor Bill Chandler.
Coun. Darlene Dushanek questioned
whether citizens were really engaged
in economic development.
“If we are not going to use the tool,”
said Wilson, “then let’s not
Delburne’s land use bylaw will be
amended due to applications received
for zoning changes.
In particular, there is no zoning designation
for “recreation areas.”
Included in this bylaw should be
parks, arenas, curling rinks, skateboard
parks and baseball diamonds.
Administration will begin the process
by setting up a public hearing to
address these changes.
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Fatal rollover on Hwy 599
responded to a single vehicle
rollover on Highway 599
near Range Road 92 Mon.
April 29 at approximately 9
An eastbound vehicle was
driving around a curve section
of Highway 599 when it
rolled into the ditch.
Tragically, the driver and
sole vehicle occupant, Jamie
Smith (33) was pronounced
deceased at the scene.
Coronation RCMP, Fire
and EMS remained on scene
for several hours while the
All contributing factors
related to this collision are
being considered and it
A side-by-side caught fire near Hemaruka Ab. spreading flames to a nearby field on Wed. April 24. Three fire
departments, Special Areas grader, farmers and a water tanker all responded.
Special Areas fire departments on
double duty, respond to two fires
The Special Area Fire departments
of Hanna, Veteran, Youngstown,
Jenner, Cessford, and Buffalo were
busy battling blazes on Wed. April 24
in two separate locations.
The first call came in at 4:11 p.m.,
summoning Hanna, Veteran, and
Youngstown departments as well as
local farmers and Special Areas
graders and a water tanker.
A side-by-side had caught fire near
Hemaruka, Ab. spreading to a nearby
field thanks to leaking fuel and
roughly 50 to 70 kilometre winds.
Special Areas Fire Chief Glen
Durand cautioned that maintenance is
important especially during dry
“When you’re driving though some
long grass and get some wheat seeds
underneath there and they start to get
hot enough and dry enough they can
combust,” said Durand.
“We stress that you’re maintaining
your equipment and blowing it off.
Make sure there is no dead grass and
brush and twigs laying in underneath
in those pads and guards. Make sure
your vehicle is clean.”
The winds caused embers to ignite
the grass fire down wind.
The firefighters had the fire under
control within a couple of hours but
the landowners kept watch overnight
for any hot spots.
Second call out
The second call came in just 20 minutes
after the first.
This fire occurred at 4:31 p.m. when
a plow wind blew over a trailer while
traveling west on Highway 570 west of
the 884 near Range Road 10-2.
When the trailer blew over onto its
side, it generated sparks which set off a
grass fire down wind of the 570
Sixty to 70 kilometre winds were
picking up at the same time as the
Cessford, Big Stone, Jenner, Hanna
and Buffalo fire crews attended this
call along with Special Areas tankers
Over 300 acres of grassland was
The fire was close to taking a farmyard
but the owner was quick to disk
the area around preventing the fire
“Farmers from the area were
instrumental in containing this fire
from threatening a farm yard,” said
Special Areas Fire Chief Glen Durand.
First introduced last fall at community
grassfire information sessions,
Special Areas is providing Grassfire
Safety Toolkits free of charge at local
district offices beginning this May.
These kits include a fire safety quick
reference booklet, information about
operating equipment at grass fires,
and FireSmart materials.
These kits are intended to help local
residents and producers understand
the steps they can take to better prepare
for and respond to grass fires if
From assessing farmyards and residences
to help reduce risk to providing
general information on grass fires and
safety, these kits will be available
First introduced last fall at community
grassfire information sessions,
Special Areas is providing Grassfire
Safety Toolkits free of charge at local
district offices beginning this May.
These kits include a fire safety quick
reference booklet, information about
operating equipment at grass fires,
and FireSmart materials.
These kits are intended to help local
In recognition of Canada’s national
EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS WEEK
MAY 5 – 11, 2019
Last year the County sent out a farm planning
form with your tax notices – the yellow
form - to be used in the event of rural
emergencies and disasters. While we did
get a large number returned, there is still
a large number who didn’t. This is for
your benefit and safety and ALL rural residents
are encouraged to complete it (it’s
voluntary!) and return to the County for
use in emergencies only. It will even let
you think about your farm site emergency
plans! The form can be found on the
County website www.countypaintearth.ca/
The County also continues to promote a
public awareness campaign entitled “Preparedness
Begins at Home” and is making
available the following resources:
1) Emergency Preparedness Guide
2) 72 Hour Emergency Kit Checklist
3) Family Emergency Planning –
5 Step Guide
These documents are available for no
charge downloaded from our website:
www.countypaintearth.ca and printed
at home. Families are also encouraged
to check out www.getprepared.gc.ca for
more information on family preparedness
The County of Paintearth is providing
these resources in cooperation with
Public Safety Canada and the Alberta
Emergency Management Agency. Don’t
wait until an emergency hits - please take
time with your family to prepare now!
Director of Emergency Management
County of Paintearth No. 18
residents and producers
steps they can
take to better prepare
respond to grass
fires if they
residences to help
reduce risk to
grass fires and
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United Church in Hanna, AB. Immediately following the
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Hanna’s Climate Change Task Force coming along
Doug Griffiths and
Heather Thomson of 13
Ways were in Hanna the
evening of March 28 where
Doug spoke about
CAO Neill told Hanna
councillors at their regular
meeting on April 9, there
were an estimated 100
people in attendance to hear
The following day, March
29, Griffiths and Thomson
were led on a tour of town so
they could gain an understanding
of what the
community has for services
and facilities which will
assist them with a marketing
plan that Griffiths
and his team are working on
in conjunction with the
The Mayor and CAO
along with local members of
the Hanna Solar Group
Might event a
by Gloria Swain
The Strome Community
Church held their 12th
annual Widow’s Might event
at the Strome Community
Hall on Sat. April 27.
The Widow’s Might event
is an evening to honour and
bless the widows of our
We were thrilled at the
amazing turn out considering
the inclimate weather.
This event is made possible
because of the many
volunteers and businesses
that get on board and work
together for this one biblical
principle of blessing our
The Heisler Catholic
Women’s League (CWL)
worked the kitchen and provided
the salads and buns
while Strome CWL provided
Rawe’s Ranches not only
provided the meat but they
cooked, sliced and delivered
attended a couple of meetings
recently, one of which
was a start-up meeting on
March 25 with CWL Energy
Management regarding the
start-up of the Community
The other was an exploratory
Elemental Power regarding
some options that they may
be interested in exploring
with the Town of Hanna and
Special Areas Board
regarding the supply and
possible operation of a
Potential energy from
The Special Areas Board
has asked Hanna Town
council for their support in a
potential new facility that
could grace the area and
subsequently create jobs for
the area which they readily
The Southern Alberta
One of Strome’s Community Church volunteers, Susan Chromik,
leads as she and the kitchen volunteers including, from the left,
Elaine Matthiessen of Heisler and Judy Sommer of Camrose, sing an
upbeat, Christian tune before the evening’s performance by Prairie
West Fiddle Show comprised of Jackson and Samuel Corry of Red
Deer and Strome’s own Ethan Harty. ECA Review/T.Huxley
Many businesses donated
door prizes and made monetary
Each widow in attendance,
went home with a carnation
donated by three local
This year’s entertainment
was the Prairie West Fiddle
Show with Jackson and
Samuel Corry of Red Deer
and Strome’s own Ethan
These three young men
had the audience toe tapping
under their tables and hands
Events of this calibre are
only made possible when
community comes together.
The Widow’s Might event
was this type of an event
because of the many who set
aside the time to give of
Hats off to the volunteering
spirit that takes
place in Strome time and
Energy from Waste
requested final expressions
of interest from municipalities
that are wanting to host
the 50 MW Energy From
Waste (EFW) facility.
Special Areas (SA) has
identified possible spots and
is planning on sending their
own letter of interest to the
SAEWA. To make their
letter stronger, they asked
council to join them in the
effort by supporting the
facility be located in SA.
Direct economic benefits,
if the site were to be
approved for the area, would
include 40 new jobs and spin
off benefits to the surrounding
The project has an estimated
price tag of $500
million to construct but the
town sees the potential for
Archery Club active
Viking Health Centre Auxiliary
invites you to
Coun. Bob Graham reported on the
formal presentation Morrin School
principal Don Yavis made to the
Morrin Agricultural Society
regarding his idea of a hockey component
in the school.
The idea is in the early stages but
the Ag Society expressed a willingness
to help, said Graham.
Rib Night was sold out and Donna
Peloquin donated everything so any
income from the ticket sales was a
total profit for the Ag Society.
Graham added the Archery Club is
active again and open from January
until June in the curling rink as it is
no longer in use.
Coun. M’Liss Edwards reported to
council at their regular meeting on
April 17 that the fire chief was able to
acquire six SCBA units with a 10 year
guarantee for the price of $12,000
allotted by Morrin village council at
their March meeting.
Edwards also provided an advertisement
for a chief administrative
“I’m just working it up so we have
it,” said Edwards.
In other business, Mayor Helton
referred to the Financial Statement
presentation made by Monica Faupel
of Endeavour Chartered Accountants
at the March 20 where she stated the
councillor signing the cheques needed
to have the invoices in front of her and
initial them at the time the cheques
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opportunities like electrical
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and more from this facility.
So far, the SAEWA is
looking at three sites, so one
of the challenges mentioned
Since SA is not centrally
located to where most of the
garbage will be generated it
could be harmful to their
case but on the other hand,
Oyen is close to the rail
which could help with transportation
“But we do have some
advantages on some of the
sites that whether it’s an
Oyen site where its close to
rail, whether it’s closer to
the power plant, whether
it’s closer to the interconnected
distribution lines so they
will look at all of those
motion to have
the payroll statement
councillors at the
next meeting and
that would show
being paid, as
well as a bank
the month of May.
Council has not
reports based on
budgets on a regular
to the March 20
prior to a motion
to approve the
“We do potentially
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It’s hard to understand how society
in general trusts Mark Zuckerman,
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It wasn’t that many years ago when
then-Prime Minister Harper started
dismantling the credibility of data collected
by Statistics Canada by
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counter intuitive to
trust private for-profit
over government for
Statistics Canada at that time had a
worldwide reputation for quality data.
It had a proven track record for producing
objective data through
excellent sampling techniques and
Objective statistical information is
vital to an open and democratic
Statistics Canada provides the most
accurate data available to aid elected
officials in estimating expected expenditures
and revenues and developing
sound budgets for its citizens.
Then there’s Zuckerman who uses
our personal data for personal profit.
Facebook’s whole profit model is to
modify our behaviours so that we give
away our most personal of information.
His algorithms, designed by man,
knowingly share personal data with
third party profiteers and influence
Should we not feel violated when
Cambridge Analytica and Aggregate
IQ, a Canadian company, were able to
mine the personal data of
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approximately 600,000 Canadians
through a third party app?
Just because someone on Facebook
took the bait and downloaded the app,
“This is Your Digital Life”, it allowed
these third party operatives to access
the downloader’s personal information
and that of all his Facebook
friends without any of their knowledge
For all those who were outraged
that the government collects significant
information via a mandatory
census every 10 years, few even bothered
to ask their Facebook friends
whether they had downloaded this
third party app.
It just seems counter intuitive to
trust private for-profit over government
for public good.
A recent report by the federal and
BC privacy commissioners found that
through AggregateIQ and Cambridge
Analytica, Facebook had engaged in
serious privacy violations including
not receiving consent from Canadians
to use their personal data.
In Canada we have the Personal
Information Protection and
Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA).
The law states that any commercial
operation (e.g. Facebook) must obtain
consent for the collection, use and disclosure
of personal information.
Facebook’s response to these findings
was essentially, “we don’t agree”
or “stop us if you can”.
They know it will take a protracted
court case to find them guilty and
since they have more money and influence
than our government, they can
Like drug and tobacco companies,
they, too, have a multi-billion dollar
contingency fund set aside to pay
fines—an acceptable cost of doing
business when industry effectively
controls much of the public and the
When we, as a collective society, are
no longer able to discern between
those who we vote to help us (e.g. governments)
versus those who are out to
profit from us (e.g. Facebook), it is no
wonder that democracies are in
decline worldwide and democratic
institutions are under attack on every
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End of an era
by Herman Schwenk
On March 30, 2019 the Battle River
Crowfoot Electorial District
Association (EDA) held a regular
board meeting. At that meeting Kevin
Sorenson announced that he would not
be seeking re-election when the next
Federal election is called, which is
expected to take place on Oct. 21, 2019.
Kevin has faithfully served this area
as our Member of Parliament (MP)for
the past 19 years. He first got involved
when he served on the board of the
Reform Party EDA and then became
president of the EDA when
Jack Ramsey was the MP.
He was nominated to be a
candidate for the 2000 election
when Jack Ramsey
On Nov. 27, 2000 he was
first elected as an MP for
what was the Alliance Party
at that time.
During his time as an MP
he was involved in two Schwenk
amalgamations of conservative
parties. The first one was when
the Reform Party amalgamated with
the Alliance Party to become the
Reform Alliance Party and then it was
changed to the Alliance Party of
After the formation of this party,
Stephen Harper was elected the leader
of this new party. This still left two
right wing parties. Peter McKay was
the leader of the Progressive
Conservative Party of Canada.
Stephen Harper knew that neither
party could form government without
the other so the cry became “unite the
After some intense negotiation the
two leaders were able to come to an
agreement to unite the two parties into
the Conservative Party of Canada with
the acronym of CPC.
The agreement became official on
Dec. 7, 2003.
Kevin was elected as an opposition
member in 2000 and 2004. In 2006
Stephen Harper was elected to the first
of his two terms as a minority
In 2011 Kevin was elected as an MP
for the fifth time when the CPC won a
He won again in 2015 but he again
became an opposition member as the
CPC were defeated by Trudeau
During his time as an MP he went
through two electoral boundary
changes and each time the area that he
represented got larger. Rural ridings
due not have the population density
that urban ridings have.
Rural MP’s have more work than an
urban MP due to the large
area that they represent and
MP’s in Western Canada
spend more time traveling
than MP’s in the rest of the
Also, in Kevin’s case he had
one of the largest ridings in
Canada to serve with some
people living all over it.
Kevin was very dedicated to
his responsibility in serving
the people that he
I doubt if the people of this electoral
district had any idea of the tremendous
amount of time that he spent in representing
He told us at the meeting that he
spent about nine hours a week just
riding in airplanes. It was not just
flying from Edmonton to Ottawa with
the various responsibilities of being an
MP, he was expected to attend functions
all over Canada and often around
other parts of the world.
I am of the opinion that we were fortunate
to have a dedicated person like
Kevin Sorenson for our MP for that
length of time.
I was told that the average length of
time for an MP’s term is six years.
Kevin has, in his last two elections, a
plurality of over 80 per cent of the vote,
the highest of any elected MP in
To get that level of support in an
election tells you that he was highly
regarded by his constituents. Enjoy
your retirement Kevin you have
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Yearned for higher education throughout her life
Gwendolyn Victoria Eichhorn Lee, a
long-time resident of Stettler, departed
this world on April 8, 2019 at her home
in Nevis with Jim by her side, four
days before her 70th birthday.
She was born in Edmonton
at the Beulah Home for young
women on April 12, 1949. Soon
after, she was chosen by Emil
and Gwen Eichhorn as their
new daughter, and sister to
Bill and Stan.
Five years later, another
baby girl, Evelyn was chosen
to complete their family.
Gwen attended school in
Stettler and church at St. Lee
Growing up on the family
farm south of Stettler in the Warden
area, she longed for a broader education
and life experience.
She was fortunate to complete
Grades 11 and 12 in Camrose at the
The summer between Grade 11 and
12 she returned home to work at the
It was there that she met Bill Lee
and they were married after graduation
on Nov. 4, 1967.
This new chapter of her life took her
to Halkirk where they bought their
first farm, later taking over Bill’s
Then, the babies came, Raymond
Emil Oct. 8, 1969, Angela Catherine
Diana, Nov. 25, 1970 and Jordan
William, Dec. 3, 1971.
Ten years later, Gwen and her children
moved back to Stettler. She began
working for John H. Grant accounting.
They settled in nicely, with many
friends and family close by.
Her amazing parents helped her so
much during these years and extended
family always involved them in
Many good times were had with
cousins from the Kirtley, Shuckburgh
and Eichhorn families.
Gwen was always yearning for a
higher education, so, in the summer of
1980, she moved her family to Camrose
to attend the Lutheran College to
obtain her Bachelor of Arts Degree.
Her dream of a Masters degree took
her to Saskatoon University for the
next few years.
In 1989 Gwen returned to Stettler.
That September she lost her beloved
sister, Evelyn and decided to stay in
Gwen worked for Campbell
Accounting during tax season, then
managed Heartland Bowl until it
changed ownership. Gwen had a passion
for bowling and continued playing
throughout the years.
She then went into retail at Work
World in the mall. An opportunity to
buy this franchise came, so she did,
soon after moving the store to a downtown
When Work World was taken over by
Mark’s Work Wearhouse, Gwen
decided not to buy another franchise
and closed the store.
The next chapter of her life took her
on to real estate. She easily obtained
her license and began working for
Francis Nicoll at
Engel joined the
team. When Lynn
left to pursue her
Leslie came to
of her children
and loved them so
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much. She was always there to help
and guide them through their adult
She passed on morals, honesty and
integrity and was honoured, by them,
passing on these attributes
to her loving grandchildren.
Gwen always wanted to be
involved and strived to
belong. This made her a
strong member of many
groups. She was an avid
believer in a higher power
which gave her guidance on
her journey of life and new
Gwen began dating Jim
Ainsworth and eventually
moved to their home in
Nevis. She finally felt truly at home
and loved him so much.
Gwen loved to travel. She experienced
time in Maui, Mexico, Costa
Rica and many trips to Victoria.
Through her involvement with
Sutton Landmark Realty broker, Neil
Stevens, she was able to experience
She saw firsthand how AIDS
affected the suffering communities
and what little they had to protect
Many trips were made with Jim,
including the Yukon, Comox,
Vancouver and Victoria. They travelled
to Ft. McMurray to see Janaya,
Calmar to visit Kayla and James,
Calgary to visit Carma, Jon, Nolan and
Daria and Jeri.
They were thrilled to go see Isaac,
Ava and Harper in various places as
they played hockey and ball. Ariel and
Holly welcomed them to their new
home in Red Deer.
They were especially honoured to
represent Stettler in Alabama for
Eastern Star and Atlanta, Georgia for
Rotary. She always enjoyed her meetings
with the Warden Ladies and being
involved where needed.
Gwen’s family was so precious to
her. Many gatherings were enjoyed at
Angela’s with all her family.
Gwen influenced many people in
her lifetime. Her wisdom, love and
honesty will be treasured by all who
Gwen is survived by her loving
family: partner Jim Ainsworth of
Nevis; children: Ray Lee of Sylvan
Lake, Angela (Mike) Blackmore of
Stettler and Jordan Lee of Erskine;
grandchildren: Kayla (James)
Vanderleest of Calmar, Janaya Lee of
Fort McMurray, Jeri Blackmore of
Calgary, Ariel Blackmore of Red Deer,
Holly Blackmore of Red Deer, Isaac
Lee of Erskine, Ava Lee of Erskine and
Harper Lee of Erskine; Jim’s daughter
Carma (Jonathan) King of Calgary and
their children Nolan and Daria;
brothers Bill (Lillian) Kirtley of
Stettler and Stan Eichhorn (Sharon
Adamson) of Stettler; nieces, nephews,
other family members and many dear
friends and associates.
Gwen was predeceased by her parents
Gwen and Emil Eichhorn; sister
Evelyn Gullickson and first born
infant son, Leonard Lamont Lee.
A celebration of Gwen’s life was held
on Fri. April 12, 2019 with Rev. Ross
Helgeton officiating. Gwen was laid to
rest at Lake View Cemetery, Stettler,
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Quiet zones for rail crossing
A paramedic living in Bashaw has
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looking into a quiet zone for rail crossings
within town limits.
He and others in the same occupation
take up residency at the old cheese
factory close to the tracks.
The medics spend four days at a
time living at the station.
“While we often get to sleep at night
that is not a guarantee and we often
end up working throughout the night
and attempting to catch up on sleep
when we can during the day.
“As you can imagine, living next to
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at all hours (and does) causes significant
interruptions to our sleep at any
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“The wrong combination of calltiming
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Andrew Grimes in his request letter to
A quiet zone
entering the area
using their horns
when passing a
town limits and is
many other communities
for the sake of
The cost of purchasing
or gates may be
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Lynn Schultz suggestion
generate a letter
town survival to
newly elected officials
Lovely and the
“I get sick and
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to Edmonton and
to the government
all the time and I
think now that
we’ve had an election
wondering if we
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knowledge, ability and understanding of electrical, plumbing, heating and general
maintenance duties including safety and security procedures. Boiler operation
and knowledge essential. Fire panel knowledge and experience recommended.
Building and equipment maintenance, grounds keeping, custodial and janitorial
duties. Grounds keeping includes lawn mowing, trees & flower bed upkeep, snow
removal of sidewalks, parking lots and emergency exits. Custodial and janitorial
duties include vacuuming, dusting, and window cleaning.
MUST BE ABLE TO PROVIDE 24 HOUR EMERGENCY RESPONSE.
Contract Term: June 1, 2019 to May 31, 2022
For more information contact Kneehill Housing Corporation, 403-443-5216.
Please submit tenders by 3:00 p.m. Wednesday, May 15, 2019 to:
Kneehill Housing Corporation
Box 337 THREE HILLS, AB TOM 2AO
Phone: 403 443-5216, Fax: 403-443-5271
The lowest or any tender may not necessarily be accepted.
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in the award of this tender.
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For the 2019 granting cycle the Community Enhancement Fund of Waste Connections
and PRWML anticipates awarding grants up to $25,000 and invites applications for
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ECA REVIEW HANNA/CORONATION/STETTLER, AB M A y 2'19 11
Stettler Economic Housing Strategy leads to assessment
The Town of Stettler’s 2018 Strategic
Goals identified an economic development
plan as it’s fourth priority.
As a result, an economic development
committee was formed to move
the action items forward.
One of the target discussions of this
committee is identifying a variety of
housing needs within the community.
Although staff can see trends in the
real estate market they have found it is
difficult to attract housing or condo
developers without substantial data
and reporting identifying the gaps in
The County of Stettler Housing
Authority has budgeted
$10,000 to have a seniors
focused Housing Needs
At their regular
meeting held on Tues.
April 16, council
approved the partnership
with the County of
Authority to jointly issue
a request for proposals
for a housing needs
the Town of
Tschritter, a discussion
regarding a partnership
Town of Stettler to expand the scope of
the assessment to an inclusive look at
the housing continuum including but
not limited to homelessness and special
needs housing, affordable rental
housing, rental market housing and
the owner market housing.
Although grant funding for the
assessment itself is known to be challenging
there is confidence from
administration that grant funding
may be available for action items identified
through the housing assessment
particularly on the affordable and
seniors housing spectrum.
The scope of the housing assessment
will focus on the need for demand for
subsidized housing, owner market
housing, rental market and find gaps
IRRIGATED LAND FOR SALE BY TENDER
Two pivot irrigated quarter sections of land (NE 25 24 25 W4
and SE 30 24 24 W4) are being offered for tender. The NE 1/4
borders the annexed land of Strathmore while the SE 1/4 is one
mile east. Excellent holding or farming property.
For Brochure email: firstname.lastname@example.org or
email@example.com. For Tender Agreements contact:
Lynn Woods Law Office, Strathmore at 403-934-6333,
or email: Lynn@strathmorelaw.ca
Sealed Tender Agreements must be accompanied by a 10% deposit and received no later than
4:00 p.m. on July 31, 2019. Tenders subject to financing approval will not be considered. Deposits
of unsuccessful tenders will be returned. The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
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Tom Dionne • Delburne, Ab
Ph. (403) 749-3771 • Fax (403) 749-3775
SALE OF FARM LAND BY SEALED TENDER
THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY IS OFFERED FOR SALE BY SEALED
TENDER OF THE FOLLOWING FARM LANDS
NW 28-34-16-W4M -159.83 ACRES, MORE OR LESS -Water Well,
Power, Hilly, Trees and Sloughs
NE 28-34-16-W4M -159.71 ACRES, MORE OR LESS -Hilly, Trees and
SE 28-34-16-W4M -160.00 ACRES, MORE OR LESS -Hilly, Trees and
The land is located in the Endiang/Byemoor, Alberta area.
Tenders may be made on any one quarter or combination of
quarters. More than one tender combination may be submitted
with the order of preference indicated in the tender.
FURTHER INFORMATION AVAILABLE ON REQUEST 403-854-4431.
a) Tenders in sealed envelopes, accompanied by a certified
cheque for 5% of the amount of the Tender only must be
in the hands of Messrs. Ross, Todd & Company, Barristers &
Solicitors, P.O. Box 1330, Hanna, Alberta, T0J 1 PO, by 12:00
o’clock noon, May 16, 2019.
b) The balance of the purchase price shall be paid to the said
Solicitors before June 16, 2019. Possession only upon payment
in full. If the successful tenderer does not complete the
purchase after acceptance of his tender, the deposit shall be
c) The highest, or any tender not necessarily accepted. Cheques
of unsuccessful tenderers will be returned to them.
For further particulars on the Tendering process, contact Doug
Todd, Ross, Todd & Company, 124 -2nd Avenue West, Hanna,
Alberta, Phone (403) 854-4431, Fax (403) 854-2561.
and priorities in the continuum of
housing including but not limited to
homelessness and special needs
housing, affordable rental housing,
rental market housing and the owner
LAND FOR SALE BY TENDER
Sealed tenders will be received by the undersigned until 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 14, 2019, for the sale of the
following deeded and lease lands (which are located south of Spondin):
NE 15-33-12-4 - ±160 acres native pasture, dam and dugout, no gas lease
NW 15-33-12-4 - ±76 acres native pasture/grassland/slough, ±84 acres cultivated
- dam and water rights, gas lease (currently $2,345.00 annually)
SW 15-33-12-4 - ±90 acres cultivate, ±70 acres native pasture/grassland/slough
- gas lease (currently $2,780.00 annually)
NW 10-33-12-4 - ±160 acres native pasture, dugout, gas lease (currently $1,500.00 annually)
Parcel B (all deeded)
SE 10-33-12-4 - ±160 acres native pasture, large dugout, gas lease (currently $3,200.00 annually)
NE 3-33-12-4 - ±100 acres native pasture, ±60 acres cultivated
- dugout, gas lease (currently $2,595 annually)
SE 3-33-12-4 - ±160 acres hay/crested wheat/alfalfa mix, gas lease (currently $2,880.00 annually)
Parcel C (all deeded)
NE 7-33-12-4 - ±120 acres hay/crested wheat/alfalfa mix, ±40 acres native grass
- 2 gas leases (currently $5,350.00 annually)
Tenders on the above lands must be accompanied by a bank draft or certified cheque in favor of “SMITH &
HERSEY AGRIBUSINESS LAW” for FIVE (5%) PERCENT of the tender price, as a deposit. The deposit will be returned if
the tender is not accepted. If a tender is accepted and the tenderer does not proceed with the sale, the deposit of the
tenderer will be forfeited to the owner of the lands. Tenders may be for all Parcels or individual Parcels, but not partial
Parcels. The balance of the tender price will be payable on or before June 14, 2019. Early possession will be considered
if requested. Each of the owner and the successful tenderer will be responsible for their own legal fees. All registration
costs will be paid by the successful tenderer. Gas lease annual compensation with be adjusted between the parties as
of June 14, 2019. Each tenderer must understand that a tender is an unconditional offer to purchase the lands set out
in the tender. Tenderers must rely on their own research of the lands, and the undersigned and the owner make no
warranties or representations in regard to the lands.
The owner has complete discretion whether to accept the highest or any tender. Further inquiries into the
above lands can be made by contacting either Doug Elder (403.854.6550) or Donald/Norma Quast (403.854.2206) by
phone or text. Tenders shall be sealed in an envelope marked “LAND TENDER - SPONDIN” and may be faxed, delivered,
e-mailed or mailed to:
Attention: Simon J. Hersey, Smith & Hersey Agribusiness Law, Barristers and Solicitors
Unit #104, Westside Common or 112B – 2nd Avenue West
2201 Box Springs Boulevard NW PO Box 220
Medicine Hat, AB T1C 0C8
Hanna, AB T0J 1P0
Fax: (403) 527-0577
(open Mondays and Tuesdays)
LAND FOR SALE BY TENDER
Sealed tenders will be received by Smith & Hersey Agribusiness Law of Consort
until deadline of 4:00 p.m. on May 22, 2019, for the sale of the following Lands:
1. NW, NE 20-35-5-W4M - SE 20-35-5-W4M deeded
• Fenced grazing land, native grass, east of Consort.
• Sloughs throughout; two dugouts NW and one NE.
• Partial fencing between quarters.
• Approximate annual surface lease revenue: NE $2,075; SE $3,200.
3. NW, SW, SE 11-36-6-W4M grazing lease
4. NE 11-36-6-W4M deeded
• Fenced grazing land, native grass, by Highway 41 north of Consort.
• Sloughs throughout; dugout NE. No fence between quarters.
• Approximate annual surface lease revenue: SW $500; SE $1,200; NE $1,000.
5. NW, SW 23-40-9-W4M deeded
• Fenced, heavily treed grazing land, native grass, SW of Hughenden.
• Power transmission line through both quarters.
• Approximate annual structure payment and surface lease revenue:
NW $3,480; SW $3,440.
Tenders must specify offers by the quarter. Tenders for all or portions of the land
will be considered.
Tenders on the above Lands must be accompanied by a certified cheque or
bank draft in favor of “Smith & Hersey Agribusiness Law” for FIVE (5%) PERCENT
of the tender price, as a deposit. The deposit will be returned if the tender is not
accepted. If a tender is accepted and the tenderer does not proceed with the
sale, the deposit of the tenderer will be forfeited to the owner of the Lands. The
balance of the tender price shall be paid and the sale will close no later than July
5, 2019. The owner and the successful tenderer will each be responsible for their
own legal fees. Each tenderer must understand that a tender is an unconditional
offer to purchase the land set out in the tender. Tenderers must rely on their
own research of the lands, and Smith & Hersey Agribusiness Law and the owner
make no warranties or representations in regard to the lands.
The owner has complete discretion whether to accept the highest or any tender.
Further inquiries, or to arrange viewing the lands, can be made by contacting
Reid Wilkie at (403) 577-2539 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Tenders shall be sealed
in an envelope marked “LAND TENDER” and delivered to:
Smith & Hersey Agribusiness Law
Attention: Reid A. Wilkie
Box 95 Consort, AB, T0C 1B0
Fax: (403) 527-0577
In person to Reid Wilkie in Consort every Wed.
KNEEHILL COUNTY COUNCIL
12 M ay 2'19 Ha NNa /CORONa TION/STETTLER, a B. ECa REVIEW
New business parking lot sparks concern
Sweet Haven Barn, a relatively
new business in the
county near Huxley, has
asked council to consider
changing the land use bylaw
to allow for a parking lot on
Owners Carl and Tanya
Scheunert have applied to
redesignate an additional
three acre portion of their
property to have a parking
and camping space to better
This was not contemplated
in the original
application, however, the
couple wanted to create an
alternative to avoid the
potential for drinking and
driving and parking along
the range road near their
Strict policies have also
been put in place to avoid
disturbing the neighbours
with loud noises.
The subject parcel is
bound by Range Road 245 on
the east and is located one
mile north of Highway 587.
The applicants have
already redesignated a two
acre area and have constructed
a 6,560 square foot
building as an venue for
events including weddings
and family reunions with an
approximate capacity of 250
After a public hearing,
council found the project to
be beneficial as it would help
create economic diversity
and attract visitors through
tourism and services.
The public hearing did
have some pushback from
neighbours as Ernie and
Marjorie Scheunert sent in a
letter opposing the development
as well as saying their
piece at the public hearing
on Tues. April 23.
“As taxpayers in this
county, are we allowed any
consideration in this decision
before or are we
dismissed again as unimportant?”
said the couple in
Fire by-laws reviewed
costs billed by fire
providers be equal to costs
billed to benefactors of the
services in order
to minimize costs
to county taxpayers
Once the bill is
sent, the person
can come to
council to try and
appeal the bill by
then look at certain
see if the bill
should be eliminated,
paid out or
start with that
first for various
reasons. It brings
some context into
first reading of
the bylaw with
hopes they can
hear from the
public on this
along with a
number of other
changes to the
began review of
the Fire Ban
Bylaw and Fire
a gap existed in
the County’s ability to
enforce and issue violation
tickets for persons or corporations
that cause or
contribute to fires within
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3km west of Junction Sec Rd # 872 &602
their letter to council.
A taxpayer by the name of
Denise Radomski sent in a
letter of concern as to what
the safety would be as well
as regulations for visitors.
The owners did admit that
as a new business there
would be growing pains
they must endure as like
any other business, in their
rebuttal to the opinions
For campfires, they
explained that provisions in
their contract with the wedding
couple includes a no
open flames policy, and
The parking lot will have
room designated for emergency
personnel to have
Kneehill Medical Clinic
After a closed session,
council approved to subsidize
10 per cent of the
Kneehill Medical Clinic as
they have acknowledged
there are some issues with
The clinic will be paying
90 per cent of the rent from
May 1, 2019 to April 30, 2020.
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