ECA Review 2019-05-23

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ECA Review 2019-05-23

East Central Alberta

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East Central Alberta, reaching 90 communities weekly

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East

Central

Alberta

Thursday,

May 23, 2019

Volume 108

No. 21

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Irma School hosted their spring band concert featuring the Grade 4 class on their recorders, the Grade 5/6 band, the Grade 7/8 band, the Grade 7 to Grade 12 band, and the Grade 9 to Grade

12 band on Tues. May 14 in the school gymnasium. Apart of the Grade 7 band, from the left: Calleigh Ford, Gracyn MacKay, Slade Firkus, Brandon Glover, and Boen Larson perform their various

instruments to a fully interested audience during the concert.

ECA Review/Submitted

Edmonton construction company hired

by Paradise Shores files bankruptcy

Terri Huxley

ECA Review

According to the Alberta Press

Leader, the construction company

hired to develop RV Sites Canada’s

Paradise Shores along Buffalo Lake

filed bankruptcy leaving unsecured

debt to many Stettler sub-contractors.

Heavy North Construction, based

out of Edmonton, filed for bankruptcy

protection April 16 in Calgary listing

Veteran Lions FUNDRAISER

Saturday, June 8

10 am - 3 pm @ Veteran Hall

Please donate gently used items (Fri, June 7

Noon-9pm) Sorry, no clothes, baby seats,

walkers, mattresses, computers, printers).

Profit to be used for Community Projects.

$16 million in debts.

Eight Stettler businesses are listed

as unsecured debtors with almost $1

million owed to them.

“The economic boom for our town

that they were advertising didn’t quite

happen,” said Justin Stevens, a strong

opponent of Paradise Shores development

who owns his own construction

company and land beside the Paradise

Shores development.

“A lot of companies lost money.”

INDEX

Morrin council .................... 3

Opinion .............................. 4

Alix coucil ........................... 6

Cereal news ........................ 7

Hanna Grad ........................ 8

Agriculture ......................8-9

Alix museum ...................... 9

Classifieds/Careers ...........10

Obituaries ........................11

RCMP ...............................12

Hughenden school ...........12

Dining

and

Entertainment

Page 2

Last year, a spokesperson for RV

Sites Canada said the project would

inject millions into Stettler and area’s

local economy by hiring local contractors

and materials from local

businesses.

RV Sites Canada was reached for

comment, with no response.

RV Site lessees next steps

What can lessees do now that the

stop order has been issued?

Spray

Park

step closer

to reality

Page 5

The County of Stettler sent letters to

anyone affected by the work order with

details surrounding possible action

plans for lessees.

The stop order allows access to the

property but only to remove personal

possessions including the individual’s

RV if it is located there.

No overnight stays are allowed at

this time until all of the requirements

of the stop order have been met by

developers.

See more, page 3, 7

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May 23 – Forestburg Many Horses Saloon, Name that tune

“Rock” edition. Kara 780-582-2411. Wings every Thursday

6-10p.m.

May 25 – Men’s Pancake Breakfast, Clive Baptist Church. 403-

784-3335. 4716-50 St., Clive Ab. 8-10am.

May 25 – Forestburg Many Horses Saloon, Kamikazee Karaoke.

9:30pm. Kara 780-582-2411.

May 25-26 – Blossom and Bee Festival at DNA Gardens,

Stettler Ab. Call 403-773-2489.

May 26 – P&H Elevator Pancake Breakfast @ the Elevator.

8-1pm, Breakfast by Donation. Stan 403-740-4799.

Stettler Ab.

May 31-June 2 – 103rd Annual Hand Hills Lake Stampede. See

ad on pg. 2 of this paper for info.

May 31-June 2 – Little League Picnic. All Weekend

Tournament, Burma Park. Wade, 403-575-5728.

June 1 – Pancake Breakfast & Market. Stettler Town & Country

Museum. 8-11 a.m. Market 9-1p.m.

June 1 - Youngstown Community 18th Fish Derby. See ad pg. 2

of this paper for info.

June 1 – 27th Annual Awesome Auction, Stettler Community

Hall. 5:30p.m. 403-742-5437.

June 1-2 – Castor Gun Show, Castor Community Hall. See ad

pg. 2 of this paper for info.

June 3 – Castor Paintearth Lodge Pancake Breakfast. See

classified ad on pg. 10 of this paper for info.

June 4 – Coronation Kindergarten Registration. See ad pg. 2 of

this paper for info.

June 6 – Castor Paintearth Lodge Tea & Bake Sale. 2-4p.m.

Everyone Welcome.

June 6 – Forestburg Many Horses Saloon, Western Movie

trivia. 7p.m. Kara 780-582-2411.

June 6 – Paintearth Lodge Annual Senior’s Week Tea & Bake

Sale. See classified ad on pg. 10 of this paper for info.

June 6-8 – 11th Steel Wheel Stampede, Stettler Ab. See ad

pg. 2 of this paper for info.

June 7-8 – Heartland Quilters 29th Annual Quilt Show,

Stettler Legion Hall, See ad pg. 2 of this paper for info.

June 7-8 – Edgerton Fire Hall Fundraiser. Motorcycle Rally!

Edgerton Ab. 780-806-6501.

June 8 – Forestburg Many Horses Saloon, Karaoke at 9:30p.m.

Kara 780-582-2411.

June 8 – Veteran Lions Rummage Sale Fundraiser, Veteran

Hall. See ad pg.1 of this paper for info.

June 8,9 & 10 – Handhills Lake Slo Pitch Tournament.Handhills

Lake Rodeo Grounds. See ad pg. 2 of this paper for info.

June 9 – Linda Hall Community Picnic @ 2p.m. Childrens

games at 3p.m. Potluck Supper at 5p.m. Everyone

welcome. 403-742-4407.

June 16 – Father’s Day Train Ride. Train departs Stettler at

11a.m.

June 16 – Cereal Athletic Association- Father’s Day Brunch.

Cereal Hall, Main Str. Cereal. 9-12p.m. Kevin

306-537-7022.

June 19 – Charley Pride & The Pridesmen,The Centrium-Red

Deer Ab. 1-866-340-4450 Ext. 1.

June 20-23 – Wainwright Carnival, Wainwright Ab.

CASTOR

Gun Show

Sat. & Sun. June 1 & 2

Castor Community Hall

Sat. 10am - 5pm

Sun. 10am - 3pm

Admission $ 5 00 , under 12 free with adult

FOR INFO AND BOOKINGS

Please Contact Tina (403) 741-7377

Youngstown Community Club

18 th ANNUAL

FISH

DERBY

Saturday June 1

7:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

at Blood Indian Dam

Registration Until Noon

$10/person or $40/family

Prizes for the Largest Rainbow Trout

$100 Prize for Most Prussian Carp

For further Details contact:

Robert at

(403) 779-3859 or (403) 854-0664

Debbie at

(403) 779-3802 or (403) 857-9533

Permit # 5895917 CFE

June 20 – Forestburg Many Horses Saloon, rap/hip hop name

that tune. 7p.m. Kara 780-582-2411.

June 21 – Delia & District Community Centre Presents: Ladies

Night Out. Tickets $45. 8pm-2am. Delia & District

Community Centre Association.

June 21 – Clive Fun Festival @ Village of Clive. 403-784-3366.

June 22 – Bog in the ‘Burg Forestburg Mudbog’. Old

Forestburg Municipal Airport. Forestburg Ab.

June 22 – Stettler Old Tyme Dances. The Hub- Stettler Rec

Centre (upstairs) 6202-44 Ave. Club’s 30th Anniversay

Celebration Stettler Community Hall – 5101 46 Ave.

403-742-5640.

June 22 – Stettler Health Services Charity Golf Tournament.

Register by June 15 at Stettler Golf & Country Club or

Stettler Hospital Admin Office.

June 25 – Ponoka Stampede Presents- Leanne Rimes. 6:30

p.m. Tickets 403-783-0100.

June 26 – Ponoka Stampede Presents- The Washboard Union.

1p.m. Tickets 403-783-0100.

June 27 – Ponoka Stampede Presents- Lee Brice. 1p.m. Tickets

403-783-0100.

June 28 – Forestburg Many Horses Saloon, Karaoke at

9:30p.m. Kara 780-582-2411.

June 28 – Taste of Consort. Consort Ab. Hosted by Special

Areas. 5pm-2am.

June 29 – Mens Pancake Breakfast- Clive Baptist Church.

8-10a.m. 403-784-3335.

June 30 – Revved Up Youth Service- Baptist Church. 403-784-

3335. Last Sunday of every month.

Please send Community Events by email Office@ECAreview.com

for FREE LISTING (dependent upon space availability). The Review

cannot guarantee events as listed. Please check with the venue

prior to attending.

Heartland Quilter’s

29 th Annual

Quilt Show

Fri., JUNE 7

10-7

June 8, 9 & 10

• 3 Women

Minimum

• 3 Game Guarantee

$250

Entry Fee

Sat., JUNE 8

10-4

Stettler

Legion Hall

5014 -51 St.,

Stettler

Admission $ 5

Hand Hills

Lake Rodeo

Grounds

• Home Run Derby • Wheel Barrow Race

• Beer Gardens • Raffles

• Cabaret Saturday in the Beer Gardens with Big “O”

To enter/more info call Brandon 403-857-9524

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Presents the



th

ANNUAL






Saturday & Sunday

July 20 & 21, 2019

Hanna Curling Rink • 501 - 3rd Street West

SHOW HOURS

SATURDAY: 9AM - 5PM

SUNDAY: 9AM - 3PM

For more information contact:

Andre (403) 854-7277

TABLE RENTS:

$45 PER TABLE

Admission $5 - Children 10 & under FREE with adult

FRIDAY SET UP - 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM

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June 4 & 5

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Amusements

STEEL WHEEL

STETTLER, AB

11th ANNUAL

STEEL WHEEL

STAMPEDE

JUNE 6, 7 & 8, 2019

STETTLER EXHIBITION GROUNDS

ADMISSION

$10.00

Five & Under - Free

Check out our web page

www.steelwheelstampede.ca

Stock Contractor

June 6

Kick off BBQ

Bull Fight

June 8

Parade

June 8

Drew Gregory

$10.00 cover

charge

RODEO PERFORMANCES

at 6:30 p.m.

FRIDAY, JUNE 7

SATURDAY, JUNE 8


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Paradise Shores stop order issued

Terri Huxley

ECA Review

Concerned with safety at the RV

Sites Canada Paradise Shores development

along Buffalo Lake, the

Municipal Planning Commission

(MPC) has ordered to cease construction

and remove RVs until compliance

is achieved.

The MPC issued a stop order to the

Paradise Shores RV Resort at a special

meeting called by the MPC on Fri. May

17, 2019.

On May 2, the County of Stettler conducted

a site inspection at the property

to determine compliance with the

County’s Land Use Bylaw and DP

18001, issued in relation to a recreational

vehicle park.

The County had significant concerns

that requirements of the

development permit as issued by the

Subdivision and Development Appeal

Board (SDAB) were not being met.

Both the county and the developer

are both bound by the decision of the

SDAB.

A report from their inspection

showed that “it is clear that the property

is in a significant state of

non-compliance and as such poses an

immediate risk to the health and

safety of occupants/visitors to the site.

The health of the naturalized areas

contained within the NE 20-40-20-

W4M, and the bed and shoreline of

Buffalo Lake are also at risk if the noncompliance

is not corrected.”

Risks like public use of an unapproved

water system and sewage

systems, potential risks associated

with incomplete or insufficient slope

stabilization, particularly in light of

the evidence of slope destabilization

and sloughing present, and the lack of

accessibility for emergency vehicles

were mentioned.

According to the press release, the

non-compliance of the property with

the SDAB decision has been brought to

the attention of the applicant several

times during the past few months

before any stop order was issued.

As a result of the applicants refusal

to address the areas of non-compliance,

the MPC came to the decision to

finally issue the stop order.

The owner and developer are now

immediately required to stop developing

or use the land or demolish,

remove, or replace the development or

carry out any other actions required

by the notice so that the development

or use of the land or building complies

with the MGA, the LUB, development

permit or a subdivision approval.

If Paradise Shores’ developers

choose not to comply with this order,

the county may be on the hook for

MORRIN COUNCIL

Welcome to

Kindergarten

CORONATION SCHOOL

4801 Norfolk Ave

Tuesday June 4

Students entering Kindergarten

attend from 12:40 pm - 3:11 pm

COME & GO

Start Right Play School

& Kindergarten

REGISTRATION

1 pm - 5 pm

Please bring child’s birth certificate.

Come Out And Meet The Teachers!

Call 403-578-3661 for more information

costs in order to bring the recreation

park into compliance as the money

will be added to the property’s tax roll.

The decision to limit the amount of

lots on the property was made on Nov.

2, 2018.

Once all of the conditions to the

development permit are met, this

existing permit would allow the developer

to host a maximum of 168 RV sites

as the SDAB determined in November

2018.

On Nov. 30, 2018, Paradise Shores

filed an application for permission to

appeal the SDAB’s decision with the

Court of Appeal of Alberta.

By Jan. 23, the judge reserved their

decision.

On April 18, the county issued a

notice of inspection to Paradise

Shores and

required Paradise

Shores to provide

various documents

including

traffic impact

assessment, geotechnical

report,

approvals from

the Alberta

Environment and

Parks (AEP) for

water, sewage, and

stormwater systems,

leases and

Town Hall meeting scheduled fall 2019

J. Webster

ECA Review

“Where’s the town hall meeting?”

asked Mayor Howard Helton referring

to his copy of the agenda at the regular

council meeting May 16.

“Oh on mine, it’s here,” pointed out

Coun. M’Liss Edwards. “Oh, it missed

yours.”

“Is there any more surprises here?”

asked Mayor Helton.

Moving into the report, Helton

noted, “I’ve actually read it [Coun. Bob

Graham’s report], I thought about it

but didn’t see it on the agenda.”

Council approved a motion brought

forward by Coun. Bob Graham in a

2 - 1 recorded vote to hold a town hall

meeting in the fall for the purpose of

sharing with the village what is currently

happening and give residents an

open forum to allow discussion on various

subjects.

In Coun. Graham’s written proposal,

he stated 15 different issues on hand

including the electric fire pump,

backup generator, Mayor’s office,

paving and patching, moving recycle

bins, green space, the Chief

Administrative Officer’s (CAO) retirement

package, surplus money in

village finances, tennis court repurposing,

drainage, library, Sod House

museum, new business attraction, Sea

Cans and sewer and water lines.

“We’re spending a lot of money

potentially so we should make them

aware of what’s going to be happening

– how much can be covered in our

usual year to year expenses and how

much we will have to dig into savings

to cover those investments.

“We have money in the bank so I

think sometimes it’s good to spend that

money if you’re doing it to make a significant

improvement but it would be

nice to have people sort of say that the

council listened and we’re on the same

page as the community,” said Graham.

Mayor Helton stated he was in

favour of a town hall meeting for

bringing residents “up to speed” on

what council was doing, noting, however,

that this is the purpose of the

website which is still in its infancy.

He went on to say, however, the website

does not give the public a platform

for much input as he would like.

Mayor Helton rebutted several of

Coun. Graham’s points and noted that

the council had removed several

restrictions for discouraging public

input put in place by the previous

council to prevent the public from

speaking out.

Helton concluded his comments

stating, “I would like to see the residents

approach council and use this

venue first because we’ve put an

opportunity in place to approach us or

submit as an individual or organization,

to sit in the gallery to approach

council and bring their ideas.

Polling residents

Council made several motions to poll

the residents of Morrin in their utility

bills on various subjects.

Polling questions are to include how

residents would like to see notifications

reach them; possibility of

allowing Sea Cans in residential areas

and a retirement package for the current

CAO.

Coun. Bob Graham presented three

options for a retirement package for

CAO Annette Plachner.

The three options were: $86,353.05;

$71,960.88; and

$57,568.70 based

on one week’s

wages ($822.41)

multiplied by the

number of weeks

(3, 2.5 or 2 weeks)

times 35 years of

service.

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On May 17, the stop order was issued

to the Paradise Shores developer and

an open letter to affected parties was

released.

“The County of Stettler No. 6 will

continue to communicate and work

with the Developer, with our number

one priority being to ensure compliance

of the conditions of the SDAB

decision which speak to the safety of

the development which affects all lease

holders, visitors, staff and contractors.

Once the conditions of the SDAB

decision are met we look forward to

this development moving forward,”

noted a news release from the County

of Stettler.

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Lifting up the

broken, lifts us all

Brenda Schimke

ECA Review

“Our priority is for more manpower

for those we’re afraid of and not the

ones we’re mad at”, said newly

appointed Edmonton Police Chief, Dale

McFee, at his swearing in ceremony.

“We will be equally relentless in

leading solutions to help the vulnerable

within our city that make up the

majority of our calls for service and

where the best path forward might not

be a jail cell.”

For those who work with the homeless,

addicted, mentally ill and those

experiencing domestic violence,

McFee’s comments speak truth to

power. Each year multi-millions of tax

dollars are simply poured down the

drain in the revolving door of policing,

health care, justice and jailing of the

homeless, mentally ill and addicted.


What an economic

and social boom if

provinces worked with

cities to embrace Vienna’s

humane and economically

successful strategy.

Not more than two days later during

a conversation with a 40-year-old successful

businessman, he opined, “we

have homelessness because we treat

them too well”.

Therein is the divide between those

who interact daily with the homeless,

mentally ill and addicted and those

who see them as lazy, coddled nuisances

whose presence trash property

values.

This millennial was absolutely right

on one point; homelessness takes an

economic toil on property values, livability

and businesses in downtown

cores of cities. The strategy has been to

push them further from the core,

reduce their benefits and services or

give them one way tickets to British

Columbia.

Just a walk through downtown Red

Deer, especially by the river, is proof

positive this approach has completely

failed.

Last year I travelled through many

European cities, but the most impressive

city was Vienna, Austria for the

simple reason it has no homelessness.

EDITORIAL


OPINION

Not in the downtown core, nor anywhere

else. Simply they have invested

in the root causes of homelessness,

specifically addictions, mental health

and young people fleeing abuse at

home.

Government leaders need to stop

being mad at our homeless, addicted

and mentally-damaged citizens and

start to see them as human beings who

require our help.

In 2009 Edmonton City Council and

its mayor, Don Iveson, developed

Edmonton’s Plan to End Homelessness.

It focuses on strategies to quickly find

a home for those experiencing homelessness

and then give the supports

they need to keep that home.

Progressive politicians understand

it is cheaper for society to provide

housing and in-house supports for the

newly-liberated homeless than continue

the insanity of police,

doctors, judges and jailers simply

recycling the same victims.

Communities of former homeless

people need on-site visits from psychologists,

doctors, nurses, social

workers, career counsellors and lifeskill

coaches. They need house

mothers, addiction programs, safe

injection sites and social service

agency supports.

What an economic and social boom

if provinces worked with cities to

embrace Vienna’s humane and economically

successful strategy.

A couple million dollar penthouses

on the river with spectacular views are

for sale in downtown Red Deer.

They’ve been for sale for a few years.

The reason they aren’t selling – they sit

on the path of the homeless.

For the winter games, Red Deer’s

City Council sanitized downtown

areas by pushing the homeless further

down the river which just moved the

problem to a south side residential

neighbourhood.

I hope the words of Edmonton’s Chief

McFee’s message strikes a chord with

our new provincial government when

planning their next budget.

Maybe a trip to Vienna for Premier

Kenney and his cabinet would convince

the homeless haters of the value

of spending money on the root causes

of homelessness. Leaving our vulnerable

on the streets simply keeps the

rage of the ‘successful’ or ‘lucky ones

born into good families’, festering

towards these broken people and does

nothing to make our downtowns safer

or more inviting for economic development

and tourism.

The opinions expressed are not necessarily

the opinions of this newspaper.

MAIL BAG

No fossil fuels burned

in Canada by 2050

Dear Editor,

While I was banding fertilizer,

picking rocks and seeding our crop, I

was listening to a CBC interview with

Green Party leader, Elizabeth May on

the growing green movement across

the country.

She was saying recently elected conservative

governments across Canada

just don’t know how to read and understand

the climate change scientist’s

data and absolute urgency of the crisis

climate change is posing.

Of course, she used the much used

phrase, “the end of human king”, as a

result if immediate action is not taken

in Canada. Canada must stop using

fossil fuels by 2050.

Cars and homes will be supplied by

renewable energy and all buildings in

the country will be rebuilt to extreme

conservation of heat and cold

standards.

This will generate huge amounts of

construction opportunities.

Just one problem, I see. Who will pay

for this with no carbon tax to collect?

The alarming and extremely dangerous

outcome at this proposal is the

fact that all world food production and

distribution is almost entirely reliant

on fossil fuels.

If by some mens a green government

was elected and these policies implemented,

I am certain Canadians would

freeze in the dark with their store

shelves empty.

A great example of this type of mismanagement

is Venezuela where this

scenario is being played out as you

read this.

People like Elizabeth May either are

very short-sighted or very naive as to

how the world functions. These people

are very dangerous, to quote her,

“ending human kind”, due to disastrous

policies and unrealistic goals.

I think everyone is informed enough

to realize “Canada contributes less

than two per cent of the world’s CO2

emissions.

Canada’s emissions for a day are

equal to China’s emissions in 23 minutes.

I think we have to explore these

very dangerous people’s true motives.

I think most of us well take our

chances with an ever-changing climate

than disastrous policies created by

unrealistic politicians.

As I always say genius and stupidity

are similar but genius has limits.

Walter Suntjens

Farmer, rancher, businessman

Hanna, Alta.

Correction

In the May 2 edition of the East

Central Alberta Review under the

article ‘New business parking lot

sparks concern’, it was noted that a taxpayer

named Denise Radomske had

concerns regarding the parking lot.

She, in fact, sent a letter of support. The

ECA Review apologizes for this error.

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ECA REVIEW HANNA/CORONATION/STETTLER, AB M A y 23'19 5

HANNA COUNCIL

Hanna Spray Park one

step closer to reality

Eileen Morrill

ECA Review

With a total of four residents present,

it was a stark divide in favour of

breaking ground on a new spray park

in Hanna and two against it.

At the council meeting on Tue. May

14, Diana Boxma and Barb

Burgemeister voiced opposition to the

park.

Burgemeister said the Spray Park

funding “…shouldn’t come out of the

Town budget or our taxes”.

Boxma suggested the Spray Park

Committee should find additional

grants and asked the Council members

to vote no in their decision making.


Seventy-five per

cent of residential

property owners will see

a decrease in municipal

taxes from their 2018

amount.

- CAO NEILL

Those supporting the park included

Ken Hansen who stated “Spray parks

are something well utilized in this era”

while Sammi Jo Lee ended her presentation

by stating “Hanna is worth the

drive. Ensure it is worth the stay”.

The construction of a spray park in

the Town of Hanna has been discussed

in the community for close to six years.

Operating costs are estimated at

$10,000 per year and would cost the

average property in Hanna $5.42/year

to operate the spray park. Coun.

Campion voiced his concern that this

$10,000 estimate seems low.

Five council members including

Coun. Deadlock, Stickel, Jensen, Olsen

and Mayor Warwick voted to approve

the spray park while Coun. Campion

and Coun. Beaudoin voted against the

motion.

Council responsibility, in approving

this proposal by the Hanna Spray Park

Committee, entails the Town contributing

$100,000 toward the $400,000

capital cost, contributing land sufficient

to construct the spray park, and

accessory building, and the Town

assuming ownership and operation of

the Spray Park once constructed.

Balanced budget and

decreased tax rate

The vote to accept the 2019 Spring

Budget adjustments passed unanimously.

CAO Neill, during the

discussion on this year’s Spring

Budget adjustments, noted that

“Administration was directed to

increase the residential tax rate by one

per cent and decrease the non-residential

rate by one per cent which will

require a draw from surplus of $33,664

to balance the budget.”

Total expenditures for the Town of

Hanna for 2019 are estimated to be

$10,360,816 while total revenues for the

same period are estimated to be

$10,360,817 which is considered a balanced

budget.

Neill continued “with the decrease

in residential assessment and increase

in the municipal tax rate, 75 per cent of

residential property owners will see a

decrease in municipal taxes from their

2018 amount.

“The increase in non-residential

assessment and the decrease in the

municipal tax rate will provide approximately

40 per cent of non-residential

property owners with a decrease in

municipal taxes from their 2018

amount,” said CAO Neill.

The Education Tax Requisition and

Acadia Foundation requisition were

not factored into the percentages he

announced.

Infrastructure project concerns

CAO Neill stated MPE Engineering

has completed the detailed design portion

of the 2019 infrastructure Project

based on projects identified by the

Town and are ready to go to tender as

soon as possible.

Town Administration recommended

that the project does not

proceed to the tender stage until the

province has approved the 2019 MSI

(Municipal Sustainability Initiative)

Capital Funding, and with the province

not expected to release a budget

until the fall, MSI funding may not be

confirmed until after the construction

season has come to a close.

Therefore, Hanna Administration

has been reviewing the idea of taking

the MSI money allocated to 2018 and

2019 and use it in 2020.

“If there is an earlier confirmation

of MSI finding and the time to complete

the project satisfactorily prior to

winter, administration will get the

project tendered immediately,” stated

Neill.

Solar Power Project

The Town of Hanna recently

received notice that their Letter of

Expression was approved for Phase 1

of the Municipal Community

Generation Challenge and is now

entering Phase 2.

Chief Administrative Officer (CAO)

Kim Neill was surprised by how

quickly the province approved the first

phase and said they will be providing

additional directions for the next phase

soon.

100 Women update

Tannis Voltner came to council with

100 Women Who Care Hanna update as

one full year has elapsed since they

started the international program

locally.

She shared the success of raising

and then donating $20,900 to four nonprofit

organizations in the Hanna

Area.

Dryland Emergency Medical

Services Association received $5,125,

the Royal Canadian Legion Hanna

Branch received $5,125 for window

replacement, the Hanna S.P.C.A.

received $5,225 while the Hanna

Curling Club received $5,425 for

upgrade renovations.

Film production comes to town

Laurie Armstrong, Director of

Business and Communications, gave

an update on the film production crew

which has been very active in the area

and on social media.

“Posts on behalf of the film company

looking for vehicles and people continue

to be popular,” said Armstrong.

A scene for a dance was filmed at the

Hanna Legion on May 18.

Armstrong estimated the production

team has spent $200,000 in the region

for hotels and catering.

While the production crew is really

happy with daytime food services, the

biggest challenge they face is no restaurants

in Hanna are open after

10 p.m. when the company wraps up

work for the day.


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In Coronation

MONDAYS

9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Call Anytime

for Appointments

578-3811

Located in Coronation Mall

East Central Chiropractic & Rehab

Dr. Craig Larson,

Dr. Carissa Kimpinski,

Chad Brummund,

Patrick May

Hanna, Castor, Consort, Forestburg

(403) 854-2110

410 2nd Avenue West,

Hanna, AB

JEFF M.FAUPEL,

CPA, CA

MONICA N. FAUPEL,

CPA, CA

Three Hills - Tues.

Coronation - Wed.

Oyen - Mon. (by Appt)

Canmore - Mon-Fri

800-267-5601

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Professional

Corporation

Barrister & Solicitor

Coronation Mall

Coronation, AB

403-578-3131

Office Hours:

Tuesday to Friday

9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

REAL ESTATE/HOMES

Resident asks for reimbursement of utility expense

Terri Huxley

ECA Review

Alix resident Louie Humbke came to

council on Wed. May 15 regarding a

water line that had frozen a couple of

months ago.

At the time, he contacted village

staff about the problem and within a

day they came and “did the best that

they could”.

As many village bylaws outline, any

pipework that is under private property

is the responsibility of the owner

while anything

underneath public


property is the village’s

responsibility.

In this situation,

it was public property.

The village

foreman asked

Humbke if he had a

place to stay while

they waited for the

pipe to unfreeze.

For two months this source.

while the pipe was

slowly thawing,

Humbke lived in his rental property

while paying for utilities in both

homes for the duration of March and

April.

There were basic service charges for

sewer and water for these months but

no consumption was actually used

during that time.

From the resident’s perspective, he

was not informed by any staff members

to keep receipts for water.

“If you don’t have water I feel it is

inhabitable,” said Humbke. “I had to

vacate. I went up to my commercial

residence so I could shower, use the

toilet.”

He asked for council’s consideration

to reimburse his utility expenses for

March and April while he was unable

to live in his main residence during

that time.

Administration will be in touch

with the resident when they gather all

background information necessary to

the situation.

Their bulk

water supply has

been successful so

CaO White expects

more revenue from

Operating budget

Chief Administrative Officer (CAO)

Michelle White gave a highlighted

report of the 2019 operating budget.

Council was pleased with the

results as it has been “a step in the

right direction”.

“We’ve come a long ways in a

short time,” said Mayor Rob Fehr.

They passed the multi-year capital

budget with one amendment to include

$50,000 for road and sidewalk work as

well as some other adjustments.

Since Alberta’s economy has taken a

downturn, this has been reflected in

assessments so tax bills for Alix residents

will be lower.

The mill rate has stayed relatively

the same but assessments are down by

$35,371 which will be seen on tax bills

as a decrease in taxes.

The Alberta School Requisition

amount is based on prior years as the

provincial budget will not be released

in the fall due to the election.

Water has been a contentious issue

for some time after a large leak was

found a couple of years ago, draining

the village’s water budget

significantly.

Since then, they have been billing

for less water.

Before their last meeting, there were

three water main breaks within the

village, losing roughly 1,900 cubic

metres of water.

Public Works has been diligent in

keeping an eye out for damp spots if

they arise as they could mean a potential

break.

They are comparing the last three

months of last year to the first three

months of this year and “we are seeing

up on our water lass by almost

double,” said CAO White.

Their bulk water supply has been

successful so CAO White expects more

revenue from this source.

Water insurance has risen from

$3,000 to $5,000 while sewer insurance

also rose $200 from $2,400 to $2,600.

All of the village’s water metres

are no longer under warranty so more

have been ordered as replacements.

“We only have a couple on the shelf

so we’ve got to order some

more water meters in case

we need to do a sudden

change out,” said CAO

White.

A significant drop from

an estimated $40,000 in revenue

to $24,000 under the

County fire reimbursement

came from what village

administration expects

from the county.

“We’ve found that they

are fluctuating very much.

We had $63,000 in revenue

one year and $12,000 revenue

the next year so it all depends on

the billable incidents that our fire

department responds to and we have

no control over what those numbers

are so I didn’t want to artificially

inflate it,” said CAO White.

The arena insurance was also

noticeably down by $3,000 from the

year before, prompting the CAO to

double and triple check that the information

was accurate.

This was confirmed from the

insurance company, giving the village

an extra $3,000 to work with rather

than allocating it to this expense.


ALIX COUNCIL

Kendra Walgenbach, CPA, CA

Chris Annand, CPA, CA

Naomi Roth, CPA, CGA

Kamron Kossowan, CPA

P.O. Box 1328

4702 - 51 Ave., Stettler

Tel: 403-742-3438

chapmanandco.ca

CORONATION

VISION CLINIC

Dr. Ward ZoBell

Tues & Thurs 10 - 4

403-578-3221

HANNA

VISION CENTRE

Eye Health, Glasses

Contacts

Dr. Dennis A. Heimdahl

Dr. Ward ZoBell

Tues, Wed 9-5

Thurs, Fri 9-4

403-854-3003

Professional

Directory

Traffic control bylaw

passes third reading

With a swift three motions from

council, the traffic control bylaw has

officially been passed.

Over several meetings, councillors

worked on an in-depth portion of the

bylaw one part at a time.

One change was applied to the

restrictions surrounding

RV’s.

RV’s will only

have 30 days to be

parked in one location

over a one year

period in order to

prevent someone

from using it as a

secondary or primary

residence on

their property.

The only issue

councillors found

BEAUTIFUL SPRUCE TREES

4-6 feet, $50 each

$19/tree Install Fee

(includes • Hole Drilled • Bark Mulch

• Enzyme Injection • Staking)

25 tree minimum order

Delivery fee $125-$150/order

Quality guaranteed

403-820-0961

LAND FOR SALE

The following property is offered for sale by tender subject to restrictions

in the existing Certificate of Title:

MERIDIAN 4 RANGE 17 TOWNSHIP 30

SECTION 2

LEGAL SUBDIVISIONS 3 AND 4

CONTAINING 32.4 HECTARES( 80 ACRES) MORE OR LESS

EXCEPTING THEREOUT:

HECTARES (ACRES) MORE OR LESS

A) PLAN 9212405 ROAD 0.404 0.998

EXCEPTING THEREOUT ALL MINES AND MINERALS

Located in Starland County, 10 miles from Delia. This alfalfa/brome hay

land in the Hand Hills has 65 acres of hay land and 15 acres of native

pasture with mature trees and a year round dugout. The property yields

approximately 200 round bales/year and is fenced with gate access from

the main gravel road. There is annual revenue of $550.00.

Tenders will be accepted in sealed envelopes accompanied by a deposit

in the form of a certified cheque for 10% of the amount of the tender and

must be in the hands of Norman L. Tainsh, Barrister & Solicitor of 205

Main Street, P.O. Box 1234, Three Hills, AB (403-443-2200), by 12:00

o’clock noon on the 10th day of June, A.D. 2019.

If the successful tenderer does not complete the purchase after

acceptance, the deposit shall be forfeited. The highest or any tender not

necessarily accepted. Cheques of unsuccessful tenderers will be returned

to them.

LAND FOR SALE BY TENDER

Sealed tenders will be received by Smith & Hersey Agribusiness Law of Consort

until 4:00 p.m. on May 29th, 2019, for the sale of the following 4 1/4s of land:

Full Section 6-36-8-W4

• All quarters deeded grazing land (80 acres tame grass)

• Approximately $5,600 per year of surface revenue

• Located beside Hwy 884 with road access on three sides of section

• All land fenced

• Includes home yard with services, corrals, riding arena, mobile home,

outbuildings

Tenders for all or portions of the land will be considered.

during their discussion was the use of

a trailer or RV when someone is

building or renovating their home.

The village, along with other communities,

does allow this if those

residents have the proper development

permit which allows them to use their

unit as a temporary residency.

Turn to School, Pg 8

Tenders on the above lands must be accompanied by a $15,000 deposit made

by way certified cheque or bank draft made out to Smith & Hersey Agribusiness

Law. 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, their deposit will be

forfeited to the owner. The balance of the tender price shall be paid and the sale

will close no later than July 6, 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 reid@smithhersey.com. 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

Email: reid@smithhersey.com

In person delivery to Reid Wilkie in Consort every Wednesday


AGRICULTURE

ECA REVIEW HANNA/CORONATION/STETTLER, AB M A y 23'19 7

The Cereal & District Athletic

Association held a hearty

breakfast and trade show

at the community hall on

Sun. May 12 for Mother’s

Day. Approximately 100

people enjoyed a delicious

brunch of eggs, bacon,

sausage, fruit, yogurt

and homemade muffins

and cupcakes along with

pancakes made on their

new grill. They also were

able to visit 12 vendors for

their own curiosity.

ECA Review/Submitted

County of Stettler

inspection in-depth

Terri Huxley

ECA Review

The intent of the County inspection

was to determine whether the property

complied with the SDAB’s

original decision to limit the amount

of lots to 168.

County of Stettler staff entered the

area at approximately 9:30 a.m. with

the onsite portion of the inspection

concluding at approximately 1:30 p.m.

on May 2.

County staff were accompanied on

the inspection by Mr. Hamm, Mrs.

Hamm and Mr. Mikkelborg.

In addition, Hornet Aerial Imaging

Corp. was contracted to attend the site

during the inspection to gather aerial

imagery and elevation data via drone.

A notice of inspection was provided

to the applicant on April 18, 2019 and

an amended notice was provided April

24, 2019.

The notice required that the landowner

provide documentation for a

traffic impact assessment, a geotechnical

assessment or draft, copies of

AEP approvals for the storm water

management system, potable water

storage and distribution system, communal

wastewater collection system

and copies of all Safety Codes Act permits

all required under certain

sections in the SDAB decision.

These documents

along with

outstanding

leases or license

agreements

between the

owner and persons

who will be

using the lands as

well as contact

information for

all such persons

who have entered

into these agreements

have not

been provided.

“To date, the

applicant has not

provided any of

the required documentation

in

accordance with

the SDAB

Decision.”

The lack of documentation

has

significantly limited

the extent in

which the County

can evaluate compliance

with

conditions of the

SDAB Decision.

Condition One

of the SDAB decision

sets a

maximum of 168

63rd Annual

Coronation & District

4-H Show and Sale

Tuesday & Wednesday, June 4 & 5

Consort Sportex

Hosted by : Consort 4-H Beef

- Tuesday, June 4 -

INTERCLUB FEMALE SHOW

3:00 pm Yearling Heifers

2 Year Old Cow/Calf Classes

3 Year Old Cow/Calf

Championship Breeding Female

Herd Class

6:30 pm Judging Competition

- Wednesday, June 5 -

INTERCLUB STEER SHOW

9:00 am Grooming & Showmanship

12:45 pm Pen of Five

1:00 pm Confirmation Classes

4:00 pm Banquet & Awards

6:00 pm Steer Sale

lots but as of May 2, there were 315

observable lots constructed and 113

trailers located on-site.

Two emergency access points

were required but were found to not be

“properly constructed.”

Hussar child

dead after

tractor accident

Terri Huxley

ECA Review

A nine-year-old boy has been

reported dead after a tractor accident

happened on Mon. May 13.

Just before 1 p.m., Bassano RCMP

and EMS responded to a call near the

Wintering Hills Hutterite Colony

northeast of Hussar, Alta.

No charges are being laid as police

found it to be “purely accidental”.

Corp. John Cormier was unable to

comment on the details of the case as it

is still under investigation.

No name is expected to be released

for the privacy of the family.

“It was just a very traumatic event,”

said law enforcement.

Red & Black Angus

For Sale By Private Treaty

Darrel & Wendy Ashbacher

email: dwashbacher@gmail.com

(403) 884-2181 Halkirk, AB

L. Strom

Custom Corral Cleaning

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


AGRICULTURE

8 M ay 23'19 Ha NNa /CORONa TION/STETTLER, a B. ECa REVIEW

Hanna’s J.C. Charyk School celebrated

their 2019 graduates hosting the

ceremony at the school on Fri. May 17

in the gymnasium. Thirty-one students

graduated, dawning their best attire

in light of the big day including Sarah

Palmer, right, and grad escort Cayden

Bossert. Consort, Oyen, and Three Hills

School also held graduation ceremonies

over the May long weekend.

ECA Review/T.Huxley

GOLF

special section

Deadline

Mon. May 27

Call your rep.

or the office @

403-578-4111

Bin Anchors

Call Mike

780-385-4664

School

zones

change

Cont’d from Pg 6

With the bylaw

passed, no one is

allowed to park

any trailer in

front or in a side

yard unless they

are parked at

least 4.5 metres

(15 feet) from an

intersection or

are on private

property

including a homeowner’s

lawn.

Keep in mind

that any RV on a

public street has

72 hours to be

moved or are

deemed

abandoned.

“As long as it’s

on your property

wholly and not

sticking out somewhere

and not

blocking sightlines

I would be

okay with that

too,” said Coun.

Vicki

Soltermann.

School zones

are now changing

to playground

zones within Alix.

This includes

the MAC School

which will now

have a playground

zone at 30

kilometres per

hour from 7:30

a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

every day, with

the intention of

eliminating

public confusion.

Council also

directed administration

to contact

Lacombe County

to see about conducting

some

education processes

and giving

ticket leniency for

the first month to

allow residents

time to adjust and

understand the

new changes.

UNRESERVED FARM AUCTION

SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 2019 – 10:00 AM

Estate of Ivan Sorensen and Joyce Sorensen

Ryley, AB

LOCATED: From Ryley, go 6.6 km south on Sec Hwy 854 (Rge Rd 174) or from Camrose, go 24 km

east on Hwy 26, then 23.5 km north on Sec Hwy 854 (Rge Rd 174). Gate Sign - 49219 Rge Rd 174

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT: Clarence Lelond 780-688-3750 or 780-984-9457

Previewing starts Saturday, June 1.

TRACTORS

Case 2090 2WD w/ 20.8x38

sgls, showing 4006 hrs,

partial PS, front weights,

2 hyd, 540/1000 PTO,

SN 8844665

Case 1070 2WD w/ Ezee-

On 2100 loader, bucket &

grapple, 20.8x38 sgls, 2 hyd,

540/1000 PTO

IH 724 2WD w/ loader &

bucket, diesel, open station,

showing 3114 hrs, Hold-On

3pt hitch, 2 hyd

Leon 707 loader w/ bucket &

grapple

TRUCKS

1979 IH S1724 SA w/ 21-1/2’

bale deck & hoist, showing

75,042 km, 404 gas, 5&2

trans, 10.00x20 tires (c/w all

sides for wood box)

1980 Chev C70 SA grain

truck w/ 17’ VMM wood box

& hoist, showing 49,722 km,

8 cyl gas, 5&2 trans, roll tarp,

10.00x20 tires

1976 Ford 350 1T Custom w/

12’ box & hoist, gas, 4 spd,

showing 80,959 mi

1988 Ford 150 Custom 1/2 T,

2WD, 4.9L 6 cyl, 5 spd stan,

8’ box w/ canopy, showing

262,436 km

HAYING & CATTLE

EQUIPMENT

2007 MacDon A30-S mower

conditioner, 14.75’, steel

rollers, 1000 PTO, 31x13.5-

15 tires, vg cond, SN 177011

Sitrex Magnum Evolution MKE

10-12 12 wheel rake, unused

/ purchased new fall of 2017,

SN 261473

NH 664 rd baler, 31x13.5-15

tires, shedded, SN 962441

NH 855 rd baler, auto wrap,

SN 688162

Ezee-On 2400 post pounder,

trailer type, one owner, ltd

use, SN 51285

NH 357 mixermill, SN

226038

Otma 10 wheel V rake, trailer

type

Otma 3pt hitch 2 wheel rake

Haybuster 256 Plus II bale

processor

Easy Way 175 bu creep

feeder

HD pipe 3 bale feeder w/

floating sides; (2) sgl bale

feeders

(14) 8’-16’ gates, 2W &

HiQual; (2) 10’ HD HiQual

panels

Beatty SA honey wagon

HARVEST & FIELD

EQUIPMENT

Westeel 14’x6 ring bin on

Westeel hopper, 2150 bu+/-

14’ MF 655 SP swather, PU

reel, no cab

JD 6601 PT combine

Brandt 7’’x45’ auger w/ 16

hp

Scoop-A-Second 6’’ auger

w/ 8 hp

Leon 3000 ground drive rock

picker

14’ Case IH 6200 DD press

drill, 3’’ rubber packers,

shedded

14’ White 256 TA disc

14’ Cockshutt DT cult; 18’

Calkins field cult; 12’ disc;

Rock Island 4 bottom plow;

38’ diamond harrows &

drawbar; 60’ PT sprayer w/

300 gal alum tank; (7) sec

diamond harrows

DUMP TRAILER

2012 10’ Sure-Trac TA hyd

dump trailer, one owner, ltd

use

15’ TA hm built trailer

MISCELLANEOUS

Clear Vision 550 antique gas

pump, SN 3779, (broken

glass)

Antique baker’s cupboard w/

flour bin; hand made wagon

pole; Monarch pump jack

JD 56 riding mower

7’ King Kutter 3pt hitch rear

blade

QEP 60010 2 hp tile saw; 6’’

tile belt sander

Kodiak GG2800R gas

pressure washer; 3000

W generator; Lincoln 225

welder; unused Kohler 7

hp motor; Southland 8’’

rototiller; Ford rototiller; mitre

saw; chop saw; hay tarps;

ladder; table saw; slip tank;

concrete float; elec & hand

tools

MEAT CUTTING EQUIPMENT

Selling for Clarence Lelond

780-688-3750

Biro meat band saw, 124’’

blade, 220 V, sgl phase

Butcher Boy meat grinder w/

stomper, 220 V, sgl phase

500 lb commercial beam

scale w/ mt pole

Overwrap machine w/ roll of

wrapping film

Cooler compressor & single

fan air exchange

4’x6’ air louver

(30) beef roller hooks; (12)

pork roller hooks; qty of long

/ short / small SS hooks

Qty meat trays, tubs, tape

dispensers, sharpening

stones, meat coats & aprons

CAMROSE, AB


Email office@djas.ca

www.dougjohnsonauctionservice.com

AB License 334038

UNRESERVED FARM AUCTION

SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 2019 – 10:00 AM

Estate of Gerald Bendfeld and

Bendfeld Trucking Ltd. – Daysland, AB

LOCATED: From Daysland, go 7.2 km north on Hwy 855 or from Camrose, go 36 km east on

Hwy 26, then 10.2 km south on Hwy 855. Gate Sign - 45557 Hwy 855

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT: Debbie Bendfeld or Steve Bendfeld at 780-374-0006 or

780-781-2954. Previewing starts Saturday, June 8. Equipment & Online Bidding at 1:00 p.m.

(Starting with Peterbilt, trailers & major farm equipment.)

TRACTORS / CAT / BACKHOE

2001 John Deere 7810 MFWD w/

JD 740 ldr, 8’ bucket & grapple,

showing 9917 hrs, 16 spd

PowrQuad, LH reverser, joystick,

3 hyd, 540/1000 PTO, 20.8x38

sgls (vg), rear whl weights,

JD Starfire 300 w/ light bar,

SN RW7810R053137

John Deere 4010 2WD, cab,

newer 18.4x34 rears, showing

2748 hrs, stand trans, 2 hyd,

SN 22T45897

John Deere 60 2WD, 16.9x30

rears (vg), belt pulley,

SN 6031507

Caterpillar D6D w/ ripper, 24’’

tracks, 12’ blade, canopy,

SN 4X5222

Case 580E backhoe, 4WD,

12’’ & 24’’ digging buckets, 7’

front bucket, 17.5Lx24 rears,

SN 9869831

TRUCKS

1998 Peterbilt 378 highway truck

w/ 36’’ Unibilt sleeper, showing

804,764 km, Cummins N14 Plus,

18 spd, alum rims, 11R24.5 tires,

wet kit, (eng inframe incl cyl heads

& injectors 2011 - 606,513km),

one owner

1976 Ford 600 SA grain truck w/

16’ box & hoist, 8 cyl gas, 5&2

trans, roll tarp, 9.00x20 tires

GRAVEL & EQUIPMENT TRAILERS

2008 Arne’s tridem gravel end

dump, elec tarp, air ride, 11R24.5

tires, one owner

1997 Arne’s tridem gravel belly

dump, air ride, 11R24.5 tires, one

owner

1993 Trojan lowboy equipment

trailer, air ride, 275/70R22.5 tires,

9’6’’ wide, (8’ upper deck, 40’

main), one owner

2014 30’ SWS tri axle 5th wheel

trailer (25’ + 5’), 7000 lb axles,

beavertail w/ flip up ramps, one

owner

GRAIN TRAILER

1997 Merritt TA aluminum grain

trailer, 41’, 11R24.5 tires, roll tarp

HARVEST EQUIP & AUGERS

John Deere 9500 SP combine w/

JD 914 PU, showing 2926 sep /

4154 eng hrs, Rem chaff spreader,

24.5x32 fronts, shedded,

SN H09500X631420

21’ John Deere 2320 SP swather,

cab, gas, batt reel, SN 584305

25’ JD PT swather, batt reel

6’ Flexicoil canola roller

Westfield MK 100-61 mechanical

Don’t Let The Winds Bother You!

UNRESERVED AUCTIONEER’S FARM NOTES AUCTIONS FOR THE BYBENDFELD SALE

For online bidding, go to our website and click on the Online

Bidding symbol to set up an account and register for the sale.


swing auger, 10’’x61’

FarmKing 7’’x36’ auger w/ E-Kay

SP mover, Kohler Magnum 18 hp

Wheatheart 8’’ bin sweep

Sakundiak HD7-45 auger w/ 14 hp

Kohler; 6’’ auger w/ 8 hp Honda

HAYING & CATTLE EQUIP

14’ NH 114 hydraswing haybine,

shedded, SN 489035

NH 660 rd baler, auto wrap,

31x13.5-15 tires, shedded, SN

899877

NH 273 square baler, shedded

Bale King Vortex 3000 bale

processor, LH discharge

Automatic Equip Mfg roller mill on

trailer, shedded

John Deere 570 TA manure

spreader

Renn hyd post pounder, trailer type

5 bar rake

(15) 24’ free standing corral panels

(3) silage bunks; (3) rd bale

feeders; (2) calf shelters; Lewis

cattle oiler

FIELD EQUIPMENT

27’ Morris CP-725 Magnum DT

cult w/ Valmar 160, 3 bar harrows

19’ Ezee-On TA disc

90’ Flexicoil 65XL PT sprayer,

1250 Imp gal, hyd pump, wind

screens, disc markers

10’ land roller

8-1/2’ hyd land leveler

60’ Blanchard harrows & drawbar

12’ IH DD end wheel drill w/ grass

seed attach; 12’ JD disc; gravity

grain wagon

PICKUPS

2011 Ford F150 XTR 1/2 T,

showing 71,660 km, 4x4, 3.5L

EcoBoost, newer tires, crew cab,

6-1/2’ box, keyless entry, back-up

camera, pwr driver’s seat, soft box

cover, one owner

2001 Ford F250 XLT Super Duty,

4x4, Powerstroke diesel, auto, ext

cab, 6-1/2’ box, showing 194,358

km, DSP 5th whl hitch, slip tank,

one owner

2007 Ford F150 2WD, 4.6L, auto,

showing 126,548 km, ext cab,

6-1/2’ box, A/T/C

BINS & PORTABLE SHED

Westeel 14’x6 ring bin on Westeel

hopper, 2150 bu+/-, dbl skid,

newer bin

(3) Westeel 14’x5 ring bins on

hoppers (Wheatland / Harvest),

1800 bu+/-, skids

Goebel 15’x3 ring hopper bin,

2000 bu+/-, skid

Chief 4 ring bin on hopper, 1800

Online bidders must pre-register at least 48 hours prior to

the sale.

See complete terms and conditions on our website.

bu+/-, skid

Chief 15’x4 ring on wood, 1800

bu+/-; (2) Butler 14’x3 ring on

wood, 1500 bu+/-

12’x20’ portable shed on skids, 8’

roll up door & walk-in door, metal

clad, soffit & fascia, like new

SHOP EQUIP & TOOLS

Acklands AK-Matic 1250 mig

welder

Miller Spectrum 701 plasma cutter

Kirkland 42’’ tool chest

Signature Series 3000 PSI gas

pressure washer, 11 hp Honda

Westward drill press; oxy /

acetylene torch set; 10’’ HD bench

grinder; Stinger power pak; ROK

pts washer; 8’ steel work bench w/

vise; trans jack; floor jack; (2) chop

saws; Power Fist sand blaster; 25

T hyd press; Mastercraft rolling

tool bench; 8’ work bench; 3500

W gas generator; Wagner 770

paint sprayer w/ hopper; 14’’ Jet

band saw; Skil table saw; Bostitch

nailers; qty of elec & hand wood

working tools; scroll saw; wood

clamps; (2) bolt bins; qty of very

good hand / elec / air tools; 2-way

radios; battery charger

GATOR / MISC

2010 John Deere 825 Gator, 4x4,

showing 4140 km, gas EFI, cab

enclosure, one owner

JD 317 lawn tractor w/ 44’’

rototiller & mower; JD 38LS lawn

sweep; PT ATV sprayer

3pt wood chipper; Chem Handler

I; (2) banjo pumps; 1250 gal poly

tank

6’ 3pt rear blade; (2) 7’ 3pt cults;

10’ JD coil type cult

2 person horse cutter; Sulky cart;

(2) saddles; misc harness

Motomco 919 grain tester;

transit w/ stand; pellet fireplace;

kerosene heater; Karcher pressure

washer; hay tester; calf puller; calf

sled; (2) 11R24.5 truck tires

Meat band saw; elec meat grinder

ANTIQUES

McClary wood stove

Baker’s cabinet

Roll top desk; rocking chair;

dresser w/ mirror; 4 drawer

dresser

Victrola Credenza C-6091 hand

crank record player; antique radio

/ record player w/ cabinet

(2) steel bath tubs (Premier

/ Coil); scale; boiler; wash

board; tins; horse collar;

tools; (5) 12 pane windows


AGRICULTURE

ECA REVIEW HANNA/CORONATION/STETTLER, AB M A y 23'19 9

Displaying a vast variety of culture for their parade submission, the Alix Wagon Wheel Museum won first prize

in their category of the Mirror Parade on Sat. May 18. This date was also conveniently International Museum Day

which they capitalized on with their vehicle decorated with signage. The event including activities like a show and

shine as well as fun games for children.

ECA Review/E.Meehan

Statement on alternative proteins

The effort to stop food producers

from labelling vegetarian-based products

as meat in Canada is part of

international movement towards

achieving a common nomenclature for

meat derived from animal-based proteins.

The drive for improved clarity

and consistency for consumers in

labelling alternative protein products

started in France and Italy and regions

in the United States have since acted to

disallow plant-based meats items to be

labelled and marketed as ‘meat’ or use

terms such as ‘beef.’ Canada has its

own regulatory requirements in this

area, and they should be respected.

The Canadian Cattlemen’s

Association (CCA) is working with its

U.S. counterpart, the National

Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA),

on the need for a consistent approach

to, and predictable rules for, the labelling

of meat products with

international bodies like the

International Meat Secretariat,

International Beef Alliance and Codex

Alimentarius Commission.

The CCA’s view is that for a product

to be labelled or marketed as meat it

must meet the legal definition of

“meat” or “meat by-product” as

defined in the Food and Drug

Regulation.

The Food and Drug Regulation

defines:

•“Meat” as the edible part of a carcass

that is the muscle associated with

the skeleton, tongue, diaphragm,

heart, gizzard or mammalian oesophagus,

with or without accompanying

and overlying fat, together with those

parts of the bones, skin, sinews,

nerves, blood vessels and other tissues

that normally accompany the muscle

and are not ordinarily removed in

dressing a carcass, but does not include

the muscle associated with the lips,

snout, scalp or ears. (B.14.002 [S])

•“Meat by-product” as any edible

part of an animal, other than meat,

that has been derived from one or more

animals that were healthy at the time

of slaughter. (B.14.003 [S])

TK Ranch

Custom Meat Processing

Located south of Coronation, AB

CCA

Canada’s rules and regulations

governing labels for

products include the Food

and Drugs Act (FDA), the

Food and Drug Regulations

(FDR), the Safe Food for

Canadians Act (SFCA) and

the Safe Food for Canadians

Regulations (SFCR).

FARM SALE

For Lorne and Marlene Wallace

Friday, May 31, 2019 @ 11 a.m.

Having received instructions from Lorne and Marlene Wallace, we will sell by public auction on their land located

at SE 13-34-16 W4 rural county Stettler. Directions from Hwy 12: Head south on Hwy 855 to Hwy 589, head East

then continue south on the 855 for 3.5 miles and the Farm is on the west side of the road. From Hwy 9 head north

on the 855 for 30km, farm is on the west side.

• Case IH 7130 Magnum Tractor: Mechanical front wheel assist, 520/85R42 Dual Rear rubber,420/ 85R28 front rubber, 4 new tires, 18

speed hydro shift, Front weights, Triple hydraullics, Dual PTO, Rear window guard, 6027hrs SN JJA0023372 • 674 International Tractor,

comes with a loader, Dual hydraulics, 3 point hitch, standard 2x4, 2726hrs, 18.4 x 15-30 rear rubber, SN 2430010B108568X-4 • 16’

JD 956 Moco disc bine SN E00956S341206 • 2001 JD Mega wide 567 Round baler, 12,721 bales SN E00567X156474 • Degelman

Rock picker SN 18667 • New Holland 277 Square Baler SN 140965 • 8’ Greenslade land leveler • 14’ Mirro Craft Boat, 6hp Evinrude

motor, 2 seats, SN MRR244211274-04 comes with trailer SN 30461 • 10’ leon dozer blade with underbelly mount • Highline bale pro

6600 - SN 98C24737 • JD 9350 hoe drills with transport • 25’ Case 725 pull type swather SN C002090 • 50’ pull type 5 bar harrows

• New Holland 352 mixer mill SN 142693 • 1984 Convey Air Grain vac SN 1830999 • International 4000 Swather, gas engine, 19.5’

comes with a crimper and 2 reels. SN 310083C007970 • Versatile 400 Swather with New motor, for parts only, Comes with 2 reels

and a crimper • International 914 Pull type combine, for parts only • Versatile 6” 35’ Auger with a Koller 12hp engine • Westfield 7” x 40’

Auger with New GX 390 Honda Motor • Seed King 4” Auger • 1977 Sakundiak 8” x 41’ Auger: SN 19193 • 18’ International field disc

• 31’ IHC Vibor shank cultivator, comes with 3 bar mounted harrows • 35’ IHC Vibor shank cultivator, comes with 3 bar mounted harrows

29’ IHC Vibor Chisel • 29’ IHC Vibor Chisel: for parts only • 10’ 3 point hitch modified disc • 10’ 3 point hitch cultivator • JD 9350 10’ hoe

drill: for parts only • Virtech 70’ pull type field sprayer (tank has a hole in it) • 16’ Westfield tote tank • Versatile crimper for a 400 series

Spring tooth mounted harrows • Homemade Wire roller • Homemade 3 point hitch grain feeder • Hopper bottom grain feeder.

• 2010 Ram 1500 Hemi 5.7ltr : Blue, Automatic, fully loaded, Headache rack, New motor with less than 50,000 kms, After market push

grill, SN 1D7RV1GT0BS591409. GCFK19KXR1124787 • 1972 Chev custom deluxe 1 ton Flat deck, Dually, dual fuel tanks, 4 speed

standard, SN CCY3351125983 • 1971 Dodge 700 3 ton Grain Truck, 429 chevy motor, Tag Axle, 18’ Box, saddle tanks, Hoist, 10-00 x

20 Dule tires • 1960 International B130 1 ton with flat deck, dually 4 speed standard transmission, Blue diamond 6 cylinder • 1975 Ford

700 3 Ton Grain truck, 5 speed transmission, split shift, dual fuel tanks, 390 gas engine, 72,000 mi • 1975 F250 Xl Flatbed Truck, 4x4,

4 speed standard transmission, 390 motor, 284,000km • 18’ Babco Stock trailer, 2 compartments, Tandem 7000lbs Axle, New wiring

• 1970 Fargo 500 Grain truck, saddle tanks, 5 & 2 transmission, 361 Dodge engine, cannot be licensed for road • 16’ Single axle Utility

trailer • 14’ utility garbage wagon • Vangaurd 10’ Truck Camper • 16’ Hay rack Trailer.

Four Wagon Wheels : 10’ and 12’ Sommerville panels : Vet and calving supplies : Clippers : Tattoo sets : Rakes : Dog Kennel : Shovels : Rototillers

(needing tune ups) : Plastic water tanks : 12’ Gate : Branding pot : Feed troughs with metal frames : 3 Point hitch bale picker : Plastic shelving

: Bale spear : 3 point hitch Bush Mower : Small utility trailer : Windmill : Misc pipe and Iron : cultivator shovels, teeth and spikes New and Used

: Liquid tote : Grass Roller : Steel barrels : 4.25 x 6’ Fence Posts : Barbed wire : Pallet of New International 2” shovels and spikes : Pallet of PTO

shafts : Pallet of metal shelving : Pallet of Hydraulic hoses : Peacock Spray foam Control sprayer : 1250 gal Water tank : 500 gal steel water tank

: 1 ton Flatbed bale rack : Steel hayrack rails : Round Bale feeders : New Tombstone Round Bale Feeder : Misc tires : Antique ET mag rims

: Misc Rims : Cast iron bathtubs : Rolls of rubber matting : Misc Hydraulic rams : Misc cultivator shanks : Misc Hoses : Basketball hoop : Misc

truck bumpers : Misc doors and windows : Furnace : Gas stove : Chicken plucker : Washtanks : Koller Floating 6” pump with 400’ collapsible

hose : 2 5hp Briggs and Straton 850 series pump : 8hp water pump : Pump with solar panel and control panel : Koller 12hp Auger motor : Air

nailer, stapler & pin nailer with case : JD 567 Baler belting : Misc Solar fencing : Calf sled : Misc wire : Misc nails : Misc swather parts : Misc Haying

parts : Berings : Pickup teeth : Misc tool boxes : Trailer hitch : Scale : Stock prods : Pressure washer motors : Honda Mini Trail 70hp motorbike

: One ring Portable bin with tarp : Jackalls : Auger boots : Bolt bin : Misc Electrical supplies : Double sided bolt bin with bolts : 130 Mig

Welder : LKS Buz box with cords : Honda Generator : Homemade press : Tire changer : Weider Weight bench : Automatic paint sprayer

: Homemade hacksaw : the usual lineup of Shop hand tools and supplies too numerous to name.

• 2009 JD 7430 Premium tractor – comes with 741 self leveling loader with grapples, 16.9 – 28 front rubber, 20.8 – 38 rear rubber, PTO,

9200 hrs, $24,000 worth of work orders in the last 400hrs, SN RW7430H001077 • 2420 JD Swather – 21’ header with U2 pickup reel,

SN 568709.

In stock parts and accessories

for all sprayer types.

Backed by 20 years of experience.

Fast Delivery, Expert Advice, The Parts You Need When You Need Them

Local pick up available 19453 Hwy 12 East, Stettler, AB


Lunch provided by: Endiang Community Society

FARM MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT

TRUCKS AND TRAILERS

TOOLS AND MISC. FARM SUPPLIES

ROBERT BUCHWITZ LISTINGS

CHUCK SHILLING LISTINGS

• 4630 JD Diesel Tractor - 1000 PTO, Dual Hydraulics, Quad power shift, 13,426hrs, 20.8 x 38 dual rubber, SN 4630H017732R • IHC

5000 19.5 foot Swather comes with pick-up reel • 568 JD Round baler - 8589 bales made, SN E00568X346438.

DALE TUCKER LISTINGS

• 2006 New Holland BR 780A Round Baler • Norbert 20 Foot Stock Trailer • 16’ Tandem Axle Car Hauler.

Now

Open!

Low stress handling - Quality cutting

and vacuum packaging - You’ll always

get your own meat back & we won’t

mix your trim with others

Call 1-888-TK Ranch

(1-888-857-2624)

Auction Note: We thank Lorne and Marlene Wallace very much for the sale. We have a great line up of Farm

Machinery, Trucks, Trailers, Shop Tools and Misc. items. The Sale will start at 11am with the smaller farm tools

and Misc items followed by the Larger machinery and Equipment. Hope to See you sale day.

Sale conducted TERMS by: – Cash or Approved

TERMS –

Cheque

Cash or Approved

- Nothing

Cheque

removed

- Nothing

until

removed

settled

until settled

for.

for.

Sales Reps: Gary Rairdan 403-740-6823; Jim Abel 403-740-9609; Brad Lohr 780-679-5500;

Sale conducted by:

Terry Silbernagel 403-318-5873; Larry Stulberg 403-740-3863

Brad Lohr - 780-679-5500; Terry Silbernagel - 403-318-5873;

Auctioneers: Terry Silbernagel, Blane Friesen Cashier: Lona Benjamin

Sales Reps: Gary Rairdan - 403-740-6823; Jim Abel - 403-740-9609;

Larry Stulberg - 403-740-3863

Auctioneers: Terry Silbernagel, Blane Friesen

email: sam1990@telusplanet.net website: www.stettlerauction.ab.ca www.globalauctionguide.com

Cashier: Lona Benjamin

Lic. #003546 For Details Call: 403-742-2368


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LAND

FOR SALE

2 Quarters in

Brownfield area

Call John

1-403-335-8854

“Bikes To Big Rigs”

SEDGEWICK, AB

780-384-3080

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REAL ESTATE

PRIME country land,

32 acres.

Outstanding view of

valley. 2 wells with

different sources. 12

sq. ft. well-maintained

home. Double

garage $800,000.

ggregsch@yahoo.

com

MISC.

METAL Roofing &

Siding. 37+ colours

available at over 55

Distributors. 40 year

warranty. 24-48 hour

Express Service

available at supporting

Distributors. Call

1-888-263-8254.

FEED AND SEED

HEATED Canola

buying Green,

Heated or

Springthrashed

Canola. Buying:

oats, barley, wheat

& peas for feed.

Buying damaged or

offgrade grain. “On

Farm Pickup”

Westcan Feed &

Grain, 1-877-250-

5252.

LIVESTOCK

MAINE-ANJOU Bulls

for sale. Good

Selection of two year

olds and yearlings,

solid black and red,

polled. Semen

checked and guaranteed.

Selected for

performance, low

birth weight and

good temperament.

Alex and Mary-Ann

Jensen, Rocky Lane

Farms, Rumsey,

Alberta 403-368-

2114, 403-742-9835.

LAKEFORD

Polled

Herefords

Red Angus

Top Quality Bulls

Semen Tested

“Ready to WORK for You”

Contact:

Dan 780-385-2298

cell. 780-385-5125

Killam, AB

CHAROLAIS bulls,

yearlings and 2-year

olds. LVV Ranch.

780-582-2254.

Forestburg, Ab.

WANTED

TIRES wanted, 1 or

2 -30.5L 32 (prefer

Titan), 1 or 2 -

14.9.28, 1 or 2 -

18.4.28. 40 - 50% at

least. Jim @ 403-

741-4353.

BUSINESS

OPPORTUNITIES

ENTER the strong

Camrose rental market.

Newer well built

end2end duplex.

Mother-in- law suites,

$4000 monthly, long

term tenants

$750,000.

ggregsch@yahoo.

com

TROUBLE walking?

Hip or knee replacement,

or conditions

causing restrictions

in daily activities?

$2,500 tax credit.

$40,000 refund

cheque/rebates.

Disability Tax Credit.

1-844-453-5372.

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AUCTIONS

UNRESERVED

Quattro Energy

Services Ltd.

Complete Dispersal.

Online Bidding Ends

Friday, MAY, 31.

Viewing May 28 -30,

8am -5pm at 4436

Industry Ave.,

Blackfalds, AB. The

Fleet Consists Of: (5)

Stand Alone

Snubbing Units, (3)

Rig-Assist Snubbing

Units, (4) Boom

Trucks, (4) Pump

Trucks, (2) Mobile

Class III Doghouses,

(1) Custom Built

Accumulator Unit, (2)

Mobile Catwalk

Trailers, Auxiliary

Equipment, Line

Pipe, Blowout

Preventers, Power

Tongs, Pickup Truck,

Bobcat Skid Steer,

Tools & More! Visit

Our Website For

Photos & Details.

www.McDougall

Auction.com. Chad

(403) 350-8396

1-800-263-4193.

McDougall

Auctioneers Ltd.

Provincial License

Number 331787

Subject to additions

& deletions. Not

responsible for printing

errors.

COMING EVENTS

KICK Off Senior’s

Week at the Castor

Paintearth Lodge.

Pancake Breakfast

Mon. June 3, 7 - 10

a.m. Silver Collection

& Food Bank Item.

Little

League

Picnic

(Weekend Tournament)

Burma Park

May 31 - June 2

For more info or

to enter a team

contact

Wade Golby @

403-575-5728

CELEBRATE

Senior’s Week.

Castor Paintearth

Lodge Tea & Bake

Sale. Thurs. June 6.

2-4p.m. Everyone

welcome!

Come help

Ron Allison

celebrate his

90 th Birthday

@ Veteran Hall,

Mon. May 27

2-4 pm

No Gifts Please.

FIREARMS wanted

for June 22, 2019

Live & 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.

Garage Sale

at Christ-King Catholic

School, Stettler

Fri. May 31 3-7pm &

Sat. June 1, 8am-2pm

Taking donations

Wed.-Fri. May 29 , 9am-3pm,

May 30 , 9am-7pm and

May 31, 9am-2pm.

Chief Financial Officer -

Manager, Consort Lodge

Acadia Foundation

With opportunity to locate in Hanna, Oyen or Consort, the

successful candidate for this challenging position will be directly

responsible to the CAO of the Acadia Foundation.

The Acadia Foundation is looking for a resourceful candidate with advanced accounting skills. The ideal

candidate would have a working knowledge of Municipalities and requisitioning. Experience working

with a Management Board would be an asset. The candidate must be proficient in the use of financial

software, payroll systems (ADP), Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook. He/she must have excellent written

and verbal communication skills and an ability to work with a variety of people. The candidate must be

forward thinking and be able to develop predictive models and activity based financial business plans

for the future. The candidate will be responsible for managing the annual audit process. The candidate

must be computer literate with demonstrated ability to adapt to new systems and processes. He/she

must have several years of progressively responsible experience in a related field. A related degree or

diploma will be beneficial but not mandatory. Equivalences will be considered.

Compensation package will range dependent on qualifications and experience. Only successful

candidates will be contacted.

Please submit your resume with references prior to May 30th, 2019 to:

sandy.kelts@acadiafoundation.com

CARD OF THANKS

I WOULD like to

thank everyone who

contributed to my

90th Birthday celebration.

I find it hard

to believe I am 90

years old. Where did

the years go? Thank

you to Gwen Kidd for

the great lunch.

Thanks to the guest

speakers and the

Elnora community

choir. Thank you

everyone for making

my birthday so special.

Bob Boulton

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County of Stettler No. 6

6602 - 44 Ave., Box 1270

Phone: 403-742-4441 Fax: 403-742-1277

www.stettlercounty.ca

Public Notice

Lots for Sale - HAMLET of NEVIS

Plan RN68, Block 3, Lots 13-17

Section 70 (1) of the Municipal Government Act states if a municipality proposes

to transfer or grant an estate or interest in land for less than its market value, the

proposal must be advertised.

The County of Stettler No. 6 has received a proposal for the purchase of the above

parcel to be sold as one in the Hamlet of Nevis for $10,100.00 plus G.S.T. and the

cost of transferring the title at Land Titles on an “as is, where is” basis.

The current market value of the land is $20,750.00

The County of Stettler No. 6 makes no representation and gives no warranty

whatsoever as to the adequacy of service, soil conditions, land use districting,

building and development conditions, absence or presence of environmental

contamination, or the development ability of the subject land.

Anyone wishing to comment on the proposed sale can either write or email the

undersigned.

Comments must be received by May 30, 2019.

County of Stettler No. 6

c/o Sharon Larsen

PO Box 1270, 6602 – 44 Avenue Stettler AB T0C 2L0

Telephone 1-403-742-4441 ext 124 Email: slarsen@stettlercounty.ca

County of Stettler No. 6

6602 - 44 Ave., Box 1270

Phone: 403-742-4441 Fax: 403-742-1277

www.stettlercounty.ca

Work With Us

Office Manager/Health & Safety Coordinator

The County of Stettler has an exciting career opportunity for an experienced

professional who will bring innovative and effective office management and

health & safety coordination skills to the position of Office Manager & Health &

Safety Coordinator.

Under the general supervision of the Director of Public Works & Engineering,

the Office Manager will be responsible for organizing the successful and smooth

operations of our Public Works Facility office. In addition, this role includes key

responsibilities in the management of our County Health & Safety Program,

working with our Manager of Health & Safety.

Duties will include:

• Office Management

• Organization

• Project Management

• Health & Safety Program Coordination

• Other duties as required

An ideal candidate would possess the following skills:

• Working knowledge of WCB and PIR Programs

• Excellent computer skills with a proficiency in Microsoft Office; most

notably Microsoft Word & Microsoft Excel

• Strong Organization skills

• Ability to prioritize deadlines

• Works well under pressure

• Clear, concise communication

• Ability to prioritize and meet shifting deadlines while assisting various

departments as required

• A valid Class 5 Motor Vehicle Operators License required (drivers abstract

will be required)

The County of Stettler offers a competitive salary and a generous employer paid

benefits package.

The successful applicant will be required to provide a criminal records check.

Please respond in confidence with your resume and a minimum of three work

references to:

County of Stettler No. 6

Box 1270 Stettler, AB T0C 2L0

Email: info@stettlercounty.ca

The competition will close May 31, 2019. The County appreciates all applications

however only those selected for interview will be contacted.


ECA REVIEW HANNA/CORONATION/STETTLER, AB M A y 23'19 11

Dedicated herself to being a mom like no other

Shannon Knowles was born on May

19, 1955 to Lois and Wayne Ballinger.

She grew up in Endiang and in

December of 1972 married Lyle

Knowles of Byemoor.

Lyle and Shannon had four children

which they raised on their farm at

Byemoor. Shannon’s children were her

absolute pride and joy and she dedicated

herself to being a mom like no

other.

Always on the run to hockey, dance,

baseball, and 4-H, she made it look

easy. She was overjoyed when she

became a grandmother and somehow

found the time to still be an amazing

mom, and also rarely miss any activity

of her 10 grandchildren.

Shannon became “Grandma

Shannon” to many of her children’s

and grandchildren’s friends and family

because she was just that good at it.

She loved her people fiercely

and will be dearly missed by all

that knew her.

The heart that loved her family

and friends beyond measure is

the heart that has taken her

away.

Shannon is survived by her

husband Lyle Knowles of

Byemoor; daughters: Denny

(Ryan) Dettmer of Trochu,

Jennifer (Cory) Dittmann of Big

Valley and Katie (Derrick)

Campbell of Hanna; son

NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS

Estate of the late Kenneth Thomas Dietrich of Daysland,

Alberta who died on December 17, 2018.

If you have a claim against this estate, you must file your

claim by Friday, June 28, 2019 and provide details of

your claim.

WITH STEPHEN KAMBEITZ

OF FARNHAM WEST STOLEE KAMBEITZ LLP

BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS

AT 5016 - 52 STREET

CAMROSE, ALBERTA

T4V 1V7

If you do not file by the date above, the estate property

can lawfully be distributed without regard to any claim

you may have.

Jonathon (Raelynn) Knowles of

Byemoor; grandchildren: Turner and

Nash Dettmer, Tristin, Leland, Milo

and Violet Dittmann, Jorgie, Scarlett

and Lyla Campbell, Wyatt

Knowles; mother Lois

Ballinger of Stettler;

mother-in-law May

Knowles of Stettler; sisters

Dolores (Gary)

Pearson of Stettler; and

Vicki Ballinger (Brian

Abram) of Stettler; sisters-in-law

Audrey

(Lloyd) Hausher of

Duchess, Carol (Terry)

Bradford of BC and Lorna

Hayden of Gull Lake;

Kind heart and beautiful sense of humour

Crowle

August 11, 1940 - May 4, 2019

It is with great sadness that

the family of Alice Marie

Crowle announces her passing

on May 4, 2019. She passed away

peacefully at the age of 78 years,

in the Hanna hospital.

Alice will be lovingly remembered

by her beloved Wayne,

brother (George), son (Ron),

grandchildren (Justin, April,

Jordie and Jack), as well as her

great-grandchildren Mason,

OBITUARIES

Knowles

Zack, Evelyn and Lucian.

Alice was predeceased by her

son Ricky, daughter Linda,

granddaughter Cassie and two

brothers, Joe and Bob.

A funeral service and celebration

of life was held at the

Seniors Circle on Sat. May 18,

2019 at 1 p.m.

A private family interment

will occur at a later date, at

Alice’s request.

She continued to have a kind

Special Meeting called by Mayor Helton

Cont’d from Pg 3

“I know the village is financially

sound,” said Coun. M’Liss

Edwards, “but should we be

spending this money on this?”

Helton questioned why Coun.

Graham was working with Ms.

Plachner with no authorization

from council.

He pointed out that the report

previously motioned by council

was dealt with at the Jan. 16,

2019 regular meeting and it was

then left to Ms. Plachner should

she decide to retire.

Mayor Helton, in an effort to

determine if this was a severance

or a retirement package,

stated, “In my view the tone of

the information gathered by

Coun. Graham is that of severance

and not retirement. CAO

Plachner has stated she will not

submit a letter of resignation

until council presents her with

a package, thus severance, as

council would be initiating the

termination.”

Mayor Helton went on to

question the validity of the

information collected by

Graham. Regarding the

Starland County six week exit

package of a long time CAO,

Mayor Helton confirmed with

the current

Starland County

CAO the information

was

incorrect.

Helton further

stated that the

existing RRSP

schedule states

this compensation

is “in lieu of

a pension

benefit”.

Dating back as

early as the fall of

2018, many

requests have

been made for

access to the minutes

where the

RRSP Schedule

was approved. A

motion by council, several

requests by a resident, and a

FOIP request by the media have

all been denied by CAO

Plachner with the reasons for

denials ranging from lawyers,

Brownlee LLP said the breakdown

of wages is not for the

public; it’s ‘past the 15 year

limit’; having no time to do it;

and would not be “going to dig it

out of the dusty basement”.

Councillors agreed to poll the

seven residents sitting in the

gallery.

Daryl DeMille, when the floor

was opened, stated, “Just

because the town has money

don’t mean you have to give it

away either.”

“Up until the beginning of

May this year, Annette has

received $92,000 in RRSP

money,” stated John Siemens,

“yet we still have not seen any

proof, any documentation that

what she got was done legally.

This is since October when the

question was being asked. So

once we see the minutes then

I’m all for a package.”

“Why can’t you just go by the

Labour Standards Act?” asked

Doug Siemens when asked for

input by Coun. Edwards. “Just

because I’d worked for many

years . . . didn’t mean I was entitled

to a pile of money.”

“Let the taxpayers decide,”

said Wanda Hampton.

Coun. Graham’s motion to

poll the public regarding the

buy-out options was passed 2 - 1

in a recorded vote with Mayor

Helton opposed.

In a follow-up interview with

the ECA Review, Mayor Helton

sited he has called a Special

Meeting for Thurs. May 23 to

rescind the motion to go public

with the retirement option poll

as this is a personnel issue and

discussion should be dealt with

by council in a closed session.

Closed session

Mayor Helton asked if anyone

wished to declare conflict of

interest prior to going into

closed session on an item listed

as Library Board Chair.

No declaration was made

prior to the seven minute closed

session.

Following the closed session

the decision to draft a letter to the

Library Board Chair was made

and passed 2 - 1 in a recorded vote

with Coun. Graham voting

against the motion.

heart and beautiful sense of

humour, right until the end. She

was loved by many and will be

missed by all that knew her.

Donations in Alice’s name are

gratefully accepted to the Tom

Baker Cancer Centre.

Hanna Funeral Services Ltd.,

entrusted with the care and the

arrangements, 403-854-5956,

www.hannafuneral.ca.

Town of Coronation

Notice of Public Hearing

Re: BYLAW 2019-668

Municipal Development Plan

Monday, May 27, 2019 @ 7:00 p.m.

A Bylaw to adopt an amended Municipal Development

Plan 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 is 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

T0C 1C0 or by fax 403-578-3020 no later than 4:30 pm

on Wednesday May 22, 2019.

Dated: May 1, 2019

Sandra Kulyk, Chief Administrative Officer

Special Areas Board—NOTICE

Special Areas Board—NOTICE

Mailing of Assessment Notices

Mailing of Assessment Notices

Notice is is hereby given that the Assessment Notices

for for property th held in the Special Areas were mailed

May May

Municipal 15 15 th , th 2019 , 2019

Government in in accordance Act, being with Chapter Sections 308

M-26, 308 &

R.S.A. & 311 311 of

2000 of the the

Municipal Government Act, being Chapter M-26, R.S.A. 2000

Municipal Government Act, being Chapter M-26, R.S.A. 2000

Any person who wishes to object to the assessment for any

Any person who wishes to object to the assessment for any

Any property person must, who wishes by July to 22nd, object 2019, to the register assessment a complaint for any

on the property Assessment must, by Review July 22nd, Board 2019, Complaint register Form a complaint provided at:

on property the Assessment must, by

www.specialareas.ab.ca

Review July 22nd, Board 2019, Complaint register Form a provided complaint at:

on the Assessment Review

or the Special www.specialareas.ab.ca

Board Complaint Form provided at:

Areas District Office in your area

or the Special www.specialareas.ab.ca

Areas District Office in your area

or the Special Areas District Office in your area

County of Paintearth No. 18

NOTICE

2019 PROPERTY TAX NOTICES

Deadline for Payment: June 30, 2019

Please be advised the 2019 Property Tax Notices have been mailed. The deadline

for payment is June 30, 2019. Balances owing after June 30, 2019 will be subject to

a 5% penalty July 1 and a further 10% penalty applied on all outstanding balances

October 1, 2019.

Payment can be made by cheque, cash, debit or visa at the County Administration

Office located at #1 Crowfoot Crossing, Highway 12 and Twp Road 374, at the TD

Canada Trust in Coronation, or the ATB Financial branches located in Halkirk,

Castor, or Coronation. Check our website, www.countypaintearth.ca, for the list of

financial institutions set up to accept on-line payments.

Michael Simpson, CAO

numerous nieces, nephews, other

family members and many dear

friends and neighbours.

Shannon was predeceased by her

father Wayne Ballinger; brother Greg

Ballinger; father-in-law Ed Knowles

and brother-in-law Melvin Knowles.

Donations in memory of Shannon

are gratefully accepted to S.T.A.R.S,

Byemoor Cemetery Club or a charity

of your choice.

WANTED

DEAD OR ALIVE

Canadian Prairie Pickers

are once again touring the area.

Paying Cash For Coin Collections, Silver & Gold Coins,

Royal Can. Mint Sets. Also Buying Gold Jewelry

We purchase rolls, bags or boxes of silver coins

Bonded

since

1967

PAYING HIGHEST PRICES

To arrange a free, discrete in-home visit call

Kellie at 778-257-8647


12 M ay 23'19 Ha NNa /CORONa TION/STETTLER, a B. ECa REVIEW

First ever Health and Wellness Symposium took place on Fri. May 10 at the Castor Community Centre. The Paintearth Economic Partnership Society (PEPS) put the program together with the

intention of promoting confidence, overcoming adversity, and getting inspired by challenges through booths and keynote speakers.

ECA Review/Submitted

RCMP

Wainwright RCMP

respond to shots fired call

Submitted

Wainwright RCMP responded to a

report of shots fired in the area of 10

Street and 15 Avenue in Wainwright,

Alta. on May 13, 2019, at approximately

7:50 p.m.

It was reported two males were seen

leaving the area on foot shortly after

the shots were fired.

Police were able to locate the males a

short time later who turned out to be

victims of the shooting incident.

No one was injured.

A vehicle was seized in regards to

this incident.

Two suspects believed to be involved

with this incident fled the area in a

black car.

The Wainwright RCMP do not

believe this was a random incident.

Wainwright RCMP is asking the

public’s assistance for any information

in relation to this incident.

Please contact Wainwright RCMP at

780-842-4463 or your local police.

Copper wire, batteries theft

The Canadian Natural Resources

Gas plant on Highway 862 just north of

Finnegan Ferry was broken into sometime

in the late afternoon of May 15,

2019 to the early morning of May 16,

2019.

The suspect(s) stole copper wire and

eight deep cycle gel cell batteries.

The lock on the front security fence

was cut off.

The batteries are 12 inches wide and

six inches tall.

Some of the batteries are black and

some are grey in colour.

Thieves that steal copper wire and

batteries will frequently target remote

rural locations late at night.

The locations are also a significant

distance away from the local police.

The thieves will check out potential

target sites during the day before

coming back late at night.

Please report any suspicious activity

to your local police with a description

of suspect vehicle(s) and suspect(s).

If you live in a rural area and you

FOR SALE

2000 29ft

Trail Harbor

Lite 27FR

Tandem

Trailer

Sleeps 6

Queen bed in rear bedroom

Full Bathroom in middle

Loveseat & Chair in center

Air conditioner

Outside shower

12 ft slide & 19 ft awning

Very good condition

Phone John

403.742.6426

see activity that seems suspicious,

you are probably

correct in your observation.

Never approach or pursue

suspects.

If you have any information

about this crime or if a

suspect is seen trying to sell

the items for recycling please

contact the Hanna RCMP at

(403)854-3393.

Sandy & Muriel

BACSU of

Forestburg, AB.

LOCATION: From Hwy. #53 & Hwy. #856 junction @ Forestburg go 8 miles north on Hwy. #856 to Twp. Rd. 432 & then 1 mile

west to Rg. Rd. 152, & then 1 mile north; OR from the Hwy. #13 & Hwy. #856 junction @ Strome go 8 miles south on Hwy. #856

to Twp. Rd. 432 & then 1 mile west to Rg. Rd. 152, & then 1 mile north. Gate Sign: 43254 – Rg. Rd. #152 NE-15-43-15-W4

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5/19 - 4 PM

PICTURES ON WEBSITE TERMS: CASH, CHEQUE, DEBIT, VISA, M/C, LUNCH AVAILABLE

MOTORHOME

COLLECTOR CAR

LAWN & GARDEN

●1994 Southwind 38 ft. Class “A” t/a dually

motorhome, only 47,950 original miles, Ford

460 gas engine, (2) - A/C’s, generator, awning,

new fridge, stove, microwave, pantry, bathroom

w/ shower, new washer & dryer, hydraulic

leveling jacks, power step, backup camera,

sleeps 4, excellent condition.

WELDING TRUCK

●1977 GMC Custom Deluxe 30 welding truck w/

10 ft. steel deck & Lincoln 200DC welder & cables.

TRACTOR & VEHICLES

●Case 400 tractor, 1957, diesel, 18.4 X 30 rears.

●1991 Chev. 1500 ext. cab truck, 306,971 km’s.

●1988 BMW 2 door car, clutch not working.

●2002 Pontiac Grand Am 4 door car, salvage.

ANTIQUES & HOUSEHOLD

●Tiger wood china cabinet. ●Winnipeg couch.

●DeForest Crosley upright radio. ●Writing desk.

●John Deere 1 & 2 bottom plows. ●Dump rake.

●Large assortment of coal oil lamps. ●Crock.

●Horse evener. ●Wringer washer. ●Sad irons.

●Eagle stainless steel steam table. ●Cupboards.

●Stainless steel kitchen counter.●Lawn ornaments.

●(2) – Table & chair sets. ●Children’s picnic tables.

●(23) – 6 Ft. long tables. ●96 Folding chairs.

●Coffee table & end table set. ●Writing desk.

●Kid’s wagon. ●Kid’s toys. ●Upright freezer.

Previewing:

Tuesday, June 4 – 1 PM – 7 PM

Auctioneer’s Note: A very nice variety

of items UP4BIDS! Sandy has owned the car

since it was one year old!! The car and

motorhome look amazing and must be seen to

be appreciated!! Please note the 4pm start time.

For further info call Sandy @ (780) 991-6372 OR

Dunkle Auctions @ 1-877-UP4BIDS(874-2437).

Auctioneers

Dwayne Dunkle

Cal Herder

Heading into exam season

by Grace Oxamitny

Hughenden Public School

(HPS) on Wed. May 8

marked the very first

Provincial Achievement

Test (PAT) of the year for

HPS students.

Sixth graders took the

Part A portion of their

Language Arts PAT, and

the next day the ninth

graders took the first part

of theirs.

This is the first set of

final exams for non-high

HUGHENDEN SCHOOL

●1959 Ford Meteor convertible 2 door car,

only 74,943 original miles, 352 gas engine,

new carburetor, owned since 1960, like new

interior, shedded, excellent condition.

BOATS

●AMF Crestliner Muskie M775 fiberglass

open bow 17 ft. boat & trailer, w/ Mercury

140 hp. Inboard 4 cylinder motor, Humminbird

fish finder, seats 6, new seals, new gimbal

bearing, new bellows.

●1972 San Juan 19 ft. cabin cruiser boat &

EZ Loader trailer, w/ Mercury 160 hp. inboard

6 cylinder motor, (small part of leg has crack),

re-upholstered interior is immaculate.

MISCELLANEOUS

●(2) - Propane pig ±400 lb. tanks.

●Western saddle w/ gun scabbard.

●New 29 ft. X 49 ft. paint tarp.

●New 8ft. X 11ft. pool. ●Pool ladder.

●Kid’s 2WD quad. ●Garbage trailer.

●Assortment of steel. ●Truck toolbox.

●5th Wheel for semi. ●Ski-doo trailer.

●Chicken wire. ●Variety of insulated tarps.

●Post hole auger. ●Mercury 4.5 hp. motor.

●New trampoline. ●Harnesses.

●Headache rack.●Skidoo suits. ●Safety gear.

●Electric fireplace. ●Sidewalk blocks.

●Buzz saw.●Pea sheller.●6”, 24’ grain auger.

●Plus more items too numerous too list.

schoolers, and the rest of

the provincial exams will

follow in June.

In Grade 9, students were

asked to reflect on the

importance of taking personal

responsibility and the

importance of mentorship

programs in schools.

“The topics sucked,” candidly

expressed grade 9

student Blake Small.

Other students expressed

a more practical outlook on

the PATs. “I think they’re

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stressful, but I’m glad we

got one over with,” said

Small’s classmate Tori

Usselman.

With the first batch of

PATs over with, Grade 6

and 9 students can begin to

warm up for the upcoming

tests in June. Because these

tests are coming up,

teachers are encouraging

students to put in their best

efforts in classes leading to

the end of the year.

●John Deere 111 automatic ride-on lawn

tractor w/ 42” deck, 373 hours, 20 hp.

●JD LA105 ride-on lawn tractor w/ 42” deck.

●JD 214 ride-on lawn tractor w/ 42” deck, 32”

rototiller, not running. ●Watering cans.

●JD 10 ft. sprayer w/ 45 gallon poly tank.

●Field King manual dump garden wagon.

●2 Gallon hand sprayer. ●Garden harrows.

●Agri-Fab 30” lawn sweep. ●Wheelbarrows.

●Lawn & garden ornaments. ●Jerry cans.

SHOP EQUIPMENT & TOOLS

●Devilbiss 80 gallon industrial upright air

compressor w/ 7.5 hp. motor, 220V, like new.

●Acklands 225 welder & cables.

●1” air & electric impact wrenches.

●Ingersoll Rand ¾” air impact wrench.

●Makita & Craftsman ½” elec. impact wrenches.

●½” Air & electric impact wrenches.

●2 1/16” – 2½” ¾” Drive socket set.

●OTC 2⅞ - 4” sockets w/ ¾” drive.

●Jet ½” & ¾” drive socket sets.

●Gray ¾” socket set. ●1” Sockets.

●OTC 8 way slide hammer puller set.

●Lincoln battery operated grease gun.

●Large assortment of tie downs. ●Parts washer.

●1 & 1½ Ton chain hoists. ●5 Gallon sandblaster.

●Bearing race & seal driver set. ●Tap & die set.

●Makita reversible electric drill. ●Brass fittings.

●Dewalt 4 ½” angle grinder. ●Makita cut-off saw.

●8” Bench grinder. ●10” drill press. ●Extractor set.

●Steel welding table. ●Assortment of nuts & bolts.

●Pipe & crescent wrenches. ●Extension ladder.

●Open end wrench sets. ●3 Ton floor jack.

●Craftsman jigsaw. ●Sledgehammer. ●Pitchforks.

●Steel work bench.●Portable air tank. ●Creepers.

●Metal tool chest. ●Air hose. ●Air tools. ●Shovels.

●Welding helmets. ●Welding rods. ●Bolt bins.

●Logging chains. ●Booster cables. ●Hand tools.

●Plus more items too numerous to list.

Cashiers

Sue Herder

Leigha Neal

Cindy Link

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