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COUNTY OF PAINTEARTH COUNCIL

Thursday,

July 11, 2019

Volume 108

No. 28

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Residents speak out on CETO Project

Terri Huxley

ECA Review

Gerald and Donna Fetaz came to

council with concerns surrounding the

new Central East Transfer Out (CETO)

transmission line project.

Both Altalink and ATCO Electric

have entered the second round of consultations

where everyone that could

potentially be affected by the two

potential lines is notified with one-onone

meetings.

The official line has yet to be determined

as it is still subject to change.

At the meeting held on June 18,

Fetaz mentioned that her and ten other

resident landowners shared concerns

Many gathered at the Coronation Rodeo grounds for the annual Coronation Pro Rodeo held on Fri. July 5 and Sat. July 6 whether it

was rain or shine. Colt Smith of Aldersyde, Alta. was ejected from his saddle bronc ride on Sat. July 6. The town with under a thousand

people also held their annual parade on Saturday afternoon, July 6. Parade results can be found on Page 5. ECA Review/T.Huxley

and alternative locations with the

Alberta Electric System Operator

(AESO) and ATCO regarding the

stretch of line proposed within the

County of Paintearth.

Twelve letters of concern were also

presented at the meeting.

The end of the meeting left everyone

feeling confident and relieved that

their voices had been heard.

County of Paintearth council had

directed administration to create a

letter outlining various questions and

concerns surrounding the project on

behalf of themselves and residents.

The outcome was better than

expected.

“The meeting has given us some

hope and fundamental will to meaningful

consultations with resident

landowners. We asked ATCO ‘How

impactful is it when a county states a

concern towards a project?’ The

response was ‘Impactful’,” said Donna.

ATCO and AESO mentioned that

they are in constant contact with city

planners as part of the process,

helping with making the best decision.

Fetaz mentioned the Tinchebray

Substation at the top of the Paintearth

valley and how it is not the safest location

as fires could erupt.

The group of residents that gathered

felt an additional 13 miles of power line

through the centre of the valley could

be dangerous for firefighters and

endanger homes but noted the fire

departments do not enter the valley as

it’s too risky and part of protocol not to

enter.

Fetaz also mentioned that the

county can request changes to the

project.

“We have an opportunity to stand

together with the county to say the

location is a bad one for many reasons,”

said Fetaz.

The homes and families at risk in

the Paintearth Valley were listed.

Turn to Information, Pg 5

INDEX

Alix Council ................................. 2

Forestburg Council ...................... 2

Bashaw Council ........................... 3

Coronation parade results ........... 5

Edgerton Sports Days and Fair .... 5

Editorial ...................................... 6

Obituaries ............................. 7, 11

Classified/Career .......................10

Trochu

Mini Rodeo,

Dance and

Canada Day

Gymkhana

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PrairieView

Choosing our

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representative

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Prairie Land

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ALIX COUNCIL

Municipal Reserve Lot up for sale

Terri Huxley

ECA Review

Alix council met for their first and

only July council meeting on Wed.

July 3.

At the meeting, an Alix couple,

whose home is directly beside a stand

alone vacant property owned by the

village, had given the village office a

notice of their interest in purchasing

the site.

They also asked what a possible

selling price would be if it were for

sale.

The lot is currently under a municipal

reserve designation typically

meant for a public green space or park

but administration felt this little section

was not likely to be perceived this

way by the public.

It also is serviced in front by water

and sewer making it capable of being a

serviced lot.

After a closed session, Coun. Vicki

Soltermann moved that the Village set

the purchase price of the lot at $30,000

including tax.

The purchaser would be responsible

for any costs associated with the

Fencing options being pursued

Jody Pettigrew

ECA Review

At a regular meeting on July 4,

Coun. Elaine Fossen motioned to relocate

the recycling bins to an area near

the riding arena at a cost that would

not exceed $15,000 from the garbage

reserve and legacy fund.

The motion was defeated and a

second motion was brought forward by

Coun. Dwayne Giroux directing

administration to find three options

for fencing and or greenery to screen

the area from Devonian park and

bring the quotes back to council at a

future meeting.

In the meantime, Flagstaff Waste

Management will be requested to position

the bins parallel to the railway at

the back of the lot before August long

weekend.

Flagstaff Waste reported that plastics

recycling will be suspended as of

Aug 1, 2019 until markets improve or

an alternate market is discovered.

Flagstaff Waste will be trying to educate

the public during this time about

the problems of contamination, excess

packaging and the impact that consumer

buying decisions can have on

removal of the municipal reserve.

Should the municipal reserve be successfully

lifted from the lot, the

purchaser would also be responsible

for land transfer costs including a

public hearing.

Even if the intended buyers no

longer wish to purchase, the lot can

still be sold.

Request for appeal

Louie Humbke, an Alix resident, was

displaced from his home during the

months of March and April.

He asked council to have his utility

expenses paid for those months as a

water line had frozen on the street outside

of his home, disrupting water flow.

The bylaw surrounding pipework

explained that any pipes that are

located under private property is the

responsibility of the owner while anything

underneath public property is

the village’s responsibility.

Although the pipe was under village

property, Humbke lived in his rental

home while they dealt with the frozen

pipe.

At a prior council meeting earlier

this year, council made the decision to

FORESTBURG COUNCIL

consumer decisions.

The free, ‘If in Doubt’ bins will be

available until Oct 1, 2019, once the

plastic recycling bins are removed to

help deter the contamination of plastics

with the other recycle bins that

will remain.

After Oct. 1, individual municipalities

will have the option to continue

with the ‘If in Doubt’ bins at their own

expense.

A sidewalk condition assessment

was prepared by SafeSidewalks

Canada and accepted by council to provide

further direction to develop a

sidewalk repair and replacement

policy.

This month, approximately $6,000 to

$7,000 of the operating budget was used

to grind and saw portions of the sidewalk

along 50 Street that were found to

be tripping hazards.

Public works reported that they are

busy trying to get the road finished

beside the new subdivision on the west

side of the village.

A water line in the new subdivision

has been put into service and the

moving of clay fill into the area is

progressing.

Village council decided not to

not reimburse the expenses in full.

As a response, Humbke recently submitted

a letter requesting an appeal on

council’s decision to not pay for the

temporary accommodation costs to

council.

“At the time when this request for

appeal came in there was no new bits

[of information] to share,” said Chief

Administrative Officer (CAO) Michelle

White. “This afternoon the resident

handed in a letter and an invoice for

accommodations for 49 days while he

was displaced.”

Council accepted the letter as information

after discussion.

“I don’t want to beat it to death but

did he not sit there and tell us that he

had arranged accommodations?”

asked Mayor Rob Fehr.

The other concern councillors had

was the appeal to council.

Since it is a council decision, the

individual cannot appeal the decision

to the same council who made it.

“I think that was possibly a bit of a

misunderstanding because when a

decision is made at the council level

you don’t appeal the decision to

council,” said CAO White.

provide a $400 to $900 per year sponsorship

as requested by the Forestburg

Arena Association due to the funds

already provided to the arena.

The village currently budgets over

$158,000 to support the multi-purpose

facility and the Forestburg Arena

Association.

FOR TENDER

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& lots 133 & 137.

1st Ave South,

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Tender open until noon July 26, 2019

Highest or any tender

not necessarily accepted.

Contact Allan Clark for info at

403.740.6540

Tenders can be mailed to Allan Clark

Box 307, Big Valley AB T0J 0G0

or delivered in person to Allan Clark

“If the decision was made by the

Municipal Planning Commission, you

can appeal to council as a whole. If it’s

basically a subcommittee of council or

if there is a bylaw fine or warning or

ticket that is written and you don’t

agree, you can appeal that to council

but the decision he is appealing was

originally made by council as a whole

so in order for it to actually be appealed

there would have to be significant new

information or a change in council.”

Bookkeeper Policy

As part of internal housekeeping,

administration brought forward an

outdated policy needing to be repealed.

Inhouse staff are now doing

all aspects of the former bookkeeper’s

duties.

Since this has happened there is no

legal requirement for this policy.

Council repealed the policy to no

longer access documentation.

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Community Enhancement Fund of

Waste Connections of Canada Inc. and

Paintearth Regional Waste Management Ltd.

GRANTING GUIDELINES FOR 2019

For the 2019 granting cycle the Community Enhancement Fund of Waste Connections

and PRWML anticipates awarding grants up to $25,000 and invites applications for

eligible projects from not for profit organizations, registered charities, and community

groups that provide services to the Paintearth Region. The intent of this community

fund is to distribute its grant funds to as many groups as possible. Larger amounts may

be considered depending upon expressed need and granting capacity. Projects should

contribute to the development of a healthy and diverse community. The charitable

purposes of this community are to:

• Foster and promote awareness and appreciation for community-based philanthropy;

• Promote the growth, development, and success of community endeavours

Deadline for applications is Saturday, August 31, 2019.

To receive the application form, granting guidelines and/or to submit the application

form, please contact the following:

Waste Connections/Paintearth Waste Community Fund

Attention: Michael Simpson, PO Box 509, Castor, AB T0C 0X0

bfigrant@countypaintearth.ca • Phone: 403.882. 3211

TROCHU AND DISTRICT AG SOCIETY

would like to thank everyone who could attend our 3rd

annual Mini Rodeo, Dance and Canada Day Gymkhana

event. It means everything to us to have your full support.

A huge Thank You to all our volunteers for your help.

Without you, we could not run our events and be as successful.

We could not run our events

without the great support of our sponsors.

Adam B Young

Sunterra Meats

Balkwill pharmacy

Three Hills chiropractic

BLB Grain group

Three Hills Home Hardeware

Cervus Equipment

Three Hills Hutterite Colony

Co-operators

Trochu Bottle depot

Frank VanderKlay

Trochu Golf & Country Club

GTI

Trochu Motors

Hastie Hauling

Trochu Tire

King Agricultural consulting Ltd Town of Trochu

King Seed Farm Ltd

UFA Petroleum

Linden-Stettler Agri Centre UFA Supply Store

Peterson Autobody Ltd Wade Christie

Spiffy Biffy Septic services Wanda’s Restaurant & Lounge

Thank you as well to the companies

that helped create our events.

Rank Mini Pony for our Rodeo stock

Supreme Trailer sales/

2W Livestock, from whom we

purchased our new chutes and panels.

Four Seasons Appetizer Food Truck,

for the food they provided

for everyone.

High 5 Band, for the great music

at our dance.

Tri-west Security for taking care of

security needs for the dance.

Be sure to check us out next year

June 27 th , 2020!


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Safety Codes Services Permit

bylaw passed with changes

Terri Huxley

ECA Review

The current safety codes services

permit bylaw was up for renewal,

taking the attention of council first

during their regular meeting.

Chief Administrative Officer (CAO)

Theresa Fuller described the document

as standard as it covers

regulations, costs and permit use.

Council passed all three readings of

the bylaw with the change of introducing

a schedule with charges that

are laid out by an agency.

Specific numbers have not been

solidified yet as they need to hire an

agency.

Once the request for proposal has

come back and an agency is hired, the

agency will have a few different schedules

of prices within it to choose from.

“So when we hire our agency, then

they have a few schedules within it

and it just saves us from revising the

bylaw every time that we choose,” said

CAO Fuller.

This bylaw can be used for occupancy,

relocation, construction,

demolition, any electrical or plumbing

or gas installation on required projects

for newer existing buildings.

Fire inspections are only conducted

on a request or complaint basis at the

business owner’s expense.

“What if it’s a $2,000 bill to come into

my business? You guys are going to

charge me right?” asked Coun. Darren

Pearson.

“It’s kind of a standard schedule that

all building companies like when they

do a building or safety codes inspection,

everybody’s got a fee schedule,”

said CAO Fuller. “So for example, specific

to the fee that I was most familiar

with is for the Bashaw concrete one.

Initially theirs was $6 per thousand [in

building value] for a commercial

inspection over a certain amount and

then it dropped.”

“It’s all a

sliding scale,”

continued Fuller.

“So then when I

compare it to

other ones, it can

be $7, $8, whichever

right so we

can basically look

through all their

request for proposals,

compare

the schedules and

determine which

Coronation Royal Performing Arts

Coronation Community Centre

Donny Lee

World Famous Honytonks of Nashville

Friday, November 1, 2019

The Dungarees

True Grit Twang & Steel Country Band

Saturday, November 23, 2019

Terry Barber

Musical Favourites of Andrew Lloyd Webber

Saturday, January 11, 2020

Tim Tamishiro

Piano Playing Jazz Singer

Friday, February 21, 2020

Dirt Road Angels

A Country Rock Quartet

Saturday, April 4, 2020

BASHAW COUNCIL

one is our preference.”

Four agencies have been given a

request.

The bylaw is reviewed every three

years.

Fire Truck Purchase

Last year, council approved $20,000

be dedicated to replacing a 1980 fire

truck from its fleet.

Fire Chief Jordan Lee came to

council with news that he had found a

suitable unit to replace the outdated

model at a price of $23,000.

“This is a pretty good opportunity,”

said Lee. “A lot of our fire guys have

been training in Camrose with this

truck so they are familiar with it. I’m

really happy with the way Camrose

has a maintenance system and pump

testing. If we do miss this deal it will be

quite a while before we find something

close to this.”

It is a 1992 unit owned and maintained

by the City of Camrose and has

already been measured to make sure it

fits in the hall.

Council readily accepted a motion to

purchase the truck with the additional

$3,000 coming from the capital reserve.

“It’s a huge upgrade from our current

truck,” said Lee. “That 12 years of

technology is huge.”

At the Thur. July 4 meeting, council

made a motion to authorize the CAO to

offer the Bashaw Ag Society for a

dollar after the fire dept. takes what

they need.

Coffee shop

business license discussion

A week prior to the council meeting,

the Majestic Theatre made arrangements

with the Other Place Coffee

Shop to provide food for their family

dance.

They required food to obtain the

liquor license which subsequently triggered

a health inspection.

Tickets Available at

L&C Bookkeeping

403-578-3838

Cocktails 5:30-6:00 pm

Supper 6:00-7:00 pm

All performances are

$40/person

Meal Tickets available at

$20/ person

(In advance or 1 week prior to event)

Ticket package 5 performances

for $125 (savings of $75)

CHEQUES PAYABLE TO:

Coronation Community Centre Society

Drop off or mail to L&C

Bookkeeping, Box 550

Coronation AB T0C 1C0

The Other Place had failed to contact

the health inspector and make

arrangements for their business operations

so they ended up closing

temporarily until these requirements

could be met.

This health inspector visited with

CAO Fuller, sharing what the communities

of Ponoka and Rimbey do as

common practice for this kind of

situation.

They both have business license

bylaws in place so businesses are

required to complete an application

with part of the process determining

weather the health inspectors requirements

are finished prior to that

business opening.

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Information on powerline fires presented

Cont’d from Pg 1

“If a fire were approaching any one

of these 11 homes, ATCO’s plan is to

call the Stettler office. They don’t actually

fight fire but they know what to

do.”

Fetaz provided some information on

the increase in powerline fires,

increase in fire expense and taxes.

“The increase in taxes can still be

achieved if the county would require

ATCO to place substations where

accessibility to fight fires is possible.

The Paintearth Valley is not a safe

location.

“Let’s put more value on homes and

people and less value on increased

profit margins,” she said. “We are

stronger together. We all want the

same thing: health and prosperity.”

Council accepted the presentation as

information and agreed to wait until

ATCO gets in contact with the county

before they move forward.

Strategic planning process adopted

Council reviewed a completed draft

of the new strategic planning process

with new established guidelines and

timelines.

Council agreed to have the document

reviewed after the first year.

The goal of the document is to define

the council’s goals and articulate

major results over their four year

term.

For newly elected councillors, this is

an important step in understanding

what should be prioritized and strived

towards.

The strategic plan sets out objectives

for each area of county operations.

‘Sheriff and the Missus’ at the Coronation

Rodeo parade Sat. July 6, 2019.

ECA Review/J.Webster

Coronation

parade results

Submitted

The 49th annual Rodeo Parade was

held on in the afternoon of Sat. July 6.

The weather was perfect and the

entries were fantastic.

Judges Karen Horn and Katherine

Rice did a great job once again!

Next year we will celebrate 50 years

of Professional Rodeo in Coronation so

we hope to make the Parade bigger

and better than ever!

Best Theme Float for first place went

to SK Welding and second place to the

Town of Coronation.

Best Decorated Business Vehicle

went to Future Ag in first place and

Korner Kash & Karry in second.

Coronation Tire & Rubber snagged

first place for best business float while

Home Hardware took second place.

For the Clubs and Churches category,

first place went to the Coronation

Memorial Library and second to the

Zinger School of Dance.

The Out of Town category first place

finish went to the Town of Stettler.

Second place went to the Gracenotes

Choir based out of Stettler.

In the Antiques category, first place

was awarded to Tony and Chris

Selzler and their 1968 Meteor S33

Convertible while second went to Cliff

Cline and his 1948

IHC Super A.

For Novelty, the

MacGougan

Posse – Kids/

Calves/Goats won

first. Expedia

Cruise Ship

Centre with Carol

Lundy took

second.

Lastly, the

Horses category

first place went to

Calvin Bishell

with their team

and buggy. On

board was

Honorary Parade

Marshall Dale

Butterwick.

Tom Wraight

with his grandchildren

and

great-grandchildren

for the

Mounted Group

of Seven took

second place.

Friday:

• Family Street Dance

• Fireworks at Dusk

Saturday:

• 8 am Fun run

• Pancake Breakfast

• 11 am Parade

• Museum open house &

bandstand entertainment

• Devonian Park grand opening/

History Book launch

Edgerton Sports Days and Fair went off without a hitch. In the case of the Antique Tractor

Pull though, a hitch or winch is always a necessity. Lawrence Sparks of Edgerton tests his

John Deere 830 tractor in the antique tractor show on Sat. July 8. The weekend event

included a PBR Bullarama, fireworks, pancake breakfast, livestock show, petting zoo, barrel

racing and pole bending jackpot, steak supper and chuckwagon and chariot races.

ECA Review/T.Huxley

Sat. June 29 marked the Trochu and District Agricultural Society’s third annual mini rodeo

event. The day was filled with mini bareback, saddle broncs, mutton busting and wild pony

races as well as bouncy castles and face painting for the kids. A dance

was also provided later that same night featuring the High 5 band.

Both events were very well received. Seen above: Hayze, Harlee and

Sienna Bensmiller participated in the wild pony races.

Image courtesy of Tracey Gorr

• Beer Gardens and music

• Children’s activities

• Miniature train rides

• Battle River train rides

• Musical Ride

• Dinner & Dance

(tickets must be pre-booked)

Sunday:

• Pancake Breakfast

• Ecumenical Church Service

• Museum open house and bandstand

entertainment

• Children’s activities

• Free swim

• Miniature train rides

• Horse carriage rides

• School tours

• Talent show

and LOTS LOTS MORE

For details visit:

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But you didn’t go alone.

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EDITORIAL

Checks and

balances matter

Brenda Schimke

ECA Review

For days prior to the July riot that

trashed the City’s legislature, more

than two million peaceful protesters

crowded the streets of Hong Kong protesting

China’s extradition bill.

If passed, it would enable the Beijing

Communist government to prosecute

Hong Kong citizens under their laws.

China, for 22 years, has been weakening

Hong Kong’s constitutional

framework which enshrines the concept

of one country with two systems

of government.

The protests were orderly, peaceful

and so respectful that after the

marches, members of the movement

would return to the street to pick up

any waste left behind.


The only reason

passengers have lower

ticket prices of any kind

is because we’ve ceded

all creature comforts to

get from point A to

point B.

When ten face-covered radicals vandalized

the legislature, the question to

be asked is who had the most to gain

from this act of violence?

Certainly not the two million, but

surely it was the exact images Beijing

needed for broadcast on their statecontrolled

news channels.

The second question to ponder is

why weren’t the thousands of police

officers unable or unwilling to stop a

few protestors reeling bats and

smashing windows?

Surely it is not unreasonable to conclude

Beijing, not Hong Kong

protestors, had the most to gain.

Air Canada and 18 other applicants,

including the International Air

Transport Association that represents

290 airlines, have taken our government

to court to have the new

consumer protection rights

overturned.

The regulations coming into effect

on July 15 would require airlines to

compensate passengers for cancelled

flights, sitting on the tarmac for hours,

overbooking flights, leaving ticketed

passengers stranded and damaged/

lost baggage.

The airlines are arguing that we the


OPINION

passengers would be ‘confused’ with

these new regulations because different

jurisdictions would have

different compensation packages!

They also argue that airfares would

increase if these regulations protecting

passengers weren’t

overturned.

What a self-serving argument.

The only reason passengers have

lower ticket prices of any kind is

because we’ve ceded all creature comforts

to get from point A to point B.

Passengers have funded every nickel

of those cheap fares with discomfort,

fuel surcharges, baggage charges,

blanket/pillow charges, booking preference

charges, charges for slightly

better leg room and food purchases.

In Israel, Prime Minister Benjamin

Netanyahu and his allies have proposed

draft legislation that would

allow their parliament, the Knesset, to

override decisions of the Supreme

Court.

Although a democracy, the majority

of Israelis voted to keep Netanyahu in

power.

Life is good and the long-term consequences

of the bill aren’t resonating,

yet!

Jewish Israelis are wealthy and

secure in their friendship with Saudi

Arabia, Egypt, the United States and

the Emirates, and the world has lost

interest in the Palestinians.

Short-term, this bill is extremely

important to Netanyahu who has

serious legal problems and its passage

would all but save him and his family

from jail on corruption charges.

More consequential, however, is one

man or a political party would no

longer be subject to judicial oversight

or the Constitution.

The Hong Kong unrest is a reminder

to not just believe what we see or hear

but always question who has the most

to gain.

The Air Canada lawsuit highlights

the importance of governments.

Multinational corporations work for

profits, governments work for their citizens

and corporations balancing

corporate investment and greed with

job opportunities and consumer

protection.

Finally, the Israeli example should

make us mindful of the absolute

importance of independent judicial

oversight and the separation of

powers.

For three decades, the far right has

systematically, and often successfully,

undermined our confidence in the free

press judicial system, government

institutions and critical thinking.

If not a communist or autocratic

country, checks and balances matter

and those who argue otherwise are the

true enemies of the people.

The opinions expressed are not necessarily

the opinions of this newspaper.

Choosing our next

representative

by Herman Schwenk

It is decision time in East Central

Alberta again.

The members in this constituency

must nominate someone to run in this

fall’s election for the Conservative

Party of Canada.

This will be an important decision

for the party members as whoever is

chosen will almost certainly be elected

as our next MP.

We in the Battle River-Crowfoot

constituency have been blessed for the

past 19 years with a strong effective

Member of Parliament (MP). As he

has announced that he will not be

seeking re-election we are now in the

process of choosing someone to

replace him.

Kevin Sorenson was raised in the

area that he represented and he

understood the people, their needs

and aspirations.

He was able to identify with the

people that he represented.

The proof of that was in receiving

the highest percentage of votes of any

MP out of the 338 ridings in Canada for

the past two elections.

Sorenson announced some time ago

that it was time for someone else to

take on the responsibility of MP for our

constituency.

An election committee was chosen

by the board to put a nomination process

into place for choosing a

candidate.

As a result of this process three

people have submitted their names and

are actively campaigning for the

PRAIRIEVIEW

nomination.

Voting will take place in eight locations

between July 14 and 17.

The final vote and counting of the

ballots will take place in the evening of

July 17 in Camrose.

I think it is important for every

Conservative member of this constituency

to familiarize themselves with

the pros and cons of each contestant.


I think it is important

for every Conservative

member of this constituency

to familiarize themselves

with the pros and cons of

each contestant.

As a member you have a responsibility

to come out and vote for the

person of your choice. I would suggest

that in deciding whom you should vote

for that you use our current MP as a

role model.

He is leaving large shoes to fill.

My advice to Conservative members

of Battle River-Crowfoot is to check the

credentials of each candidate and vote

for the person that you feel would

make the best long term member of

parliament for our constituency.


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AGRICULTURE

OBITUARY

ECA REVIEW HANNA/CORONATION/STETTLER, AB JuL y 11'19 7

Was an inspiration to everyone she touched

Carol (Untch) Hulkovich passed

away peacefully on June 23, 2019.

Carol was born in Castor, Alta. on

September 19, 1947.

She started school in a one room

schoolhouse called Lake Thelma, then

switched to Coronation School in

Grade 3.

After graduating Grade 12 she went

to NAIT to become an X-Ray

Technician then worked at

the Stettler Hospital.

Carol married Jim

Hulkovich in 1969 and they

bought a house in Stettler.

They travelled extensively

taking holidays in the

winter and they went

camping every chance they

had in the summer months.

Friends and family were Hulkovich

very important to Carol and

she always welcomed their

visits.

Although she had no children of

their own, she had lots of love for

many nieces and nephews.

She was the kindest and gentlest

person I have ever known.

She always had a dog or two and

they were always with her and Jim

until both Jim and Carol became too

ill to look after them.

Carol did all sorts of crafts, macrame,

ceramics, afghans and many

others .

She stayed at home until Jim could

no longer look after her needs, then

she moved into Heritage House in

3”x2”

Stettler, where she remained until her

passing.

Carol was diagnosed with MS but

that did not dampen her spirit.

She always was a glass half full

personality.

She was an inspiration to everyone

she touched in her life.

Carol would want her friends and

family to live their lives to the

fullest.

She will always be with us,

in our hearts and our

memories.

Carol was predeceased by

her husband Jim; parents

Betty and Albert Untch;

brothers-in-law Douglas

Arnold and Chris Orriss.

She is survived by her sisters:

Virginia Arnold, Diane

(George) Hughes, Dixie Orriss

and very close nephew Chris

Schrauwen and his family as well as

many numerous nieces and nephews.

There will be no funeral service per

Carol’s request.

Card of thanks

The families of Jim and Carol

would like to thank the staff at the

Heritage House for their excellent

care and compassion. You became

Carol’s extended

family.

We appreciate

everything you

did for both Carol

and Jim.

Memorial donations may be made

to the MS Society or to Heritage

House c/o Stettler Funeral Home &

Crematorium, Box 1780, Stettler, AB

T0C 2L0, 403-742-3422, who have been

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arrangements.

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UNRESERVED FARM AUCTION SATURDAY, JULY 20, 201910:00 AM


LOCATED: From Bashaw, go 6.4 km east on Hwy 53, then 1.8 km north on Rge Rd 210 (Aberhart Rd), or from the

junction of Hwy 21 & 53 (6.5 km north of Bashaw), go 4.8 km east on Twp Rd 424 (Bashaw Haul Rd), then 4.5 km

south on Rge Rd 210 (Aberhart Rd). Gate Sign - 42113 Rge Rd 210

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT: Carol Young at 780-372-2453

Previewing starts Saturday, July 13.

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for JIM HANNA - 13-51149 RR 225, Sherwood Park, AB

SATURDAY, July 13, 2019 10:00 am sharp

VIEWING: Friday, July 12th, from 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

Selling: Tractors, Combine, Haying Equip, Truck, Trailers,

Shop Tools, House, Yard & Garden Equip & Supplies, Antiques.

SEE OUR WEBSITE FOR TERMS, DETAILED LISTINGS & PHOTOS

starting July 2nd, 2019 @ www.auctions.ca

SALE CONDUCTED BY GARY HANNA AUCTIONS LTD. (780-440-1075)

Equipment

Auction

Sat., July 20

11 am @ 5229 Victoria Ave, Coronation Ab.

Bobcat 463, 2008, 20 ft gooseneck tilt deck

trailer, 2003 Duramax 4x4 diesel, Yanmar B221

backhoe, 1995 Arctic Cat 580, and much more.

For full listings visit www.albertaauctionservices.com

or call Kent at 403-638-6560

All items subject to additions and deletions.

Buyers Premium 10%. GST 5%.

We accept Visa, MasterCard, Debit & Cash. ABSOLUTELY NO CHEQUES!

Lunch will be provided.

ALBERTA AUCTION SERVICES

Comp.10 Site 9 RR # 1 Sundre, Ab., T0M 1X0 403-638-6560

TRACTORS & DOZER

Case 2290 2WD w/ 18.4x38 duals,

showing 3276 hrs, partial PS, 2

hyd, 540/1000 PTO, shedded,

SN 9913597

Case 2470 4WD w/ 20.8x34 duals,

showing 5634 hrs, 2 hyd plus return,

shedded, SN 8712666

Case 930 2WD w/ 18.4x34 sgls,

cab, 2 hyd, PTO, SN 8357935

10’ Leon mech angle dozer blade

Case 730 2WD w/ Ezee-On 80

loader, bucket & bale fork, propane,

open station, SN 8202603

(2) Case DC4 tractors, 12x38 rears,

SN 5216999DC & DC8030792

McCormick tractor (not running)

HARVEST EQUIPMENT

Gleaner L3 SP combine, showing

2268 hrs, 6 belt PU, chopper,

shedded, SN LG2629411-83

19.5’ Case IH 4000 SP swather,

1986, UII PU reel, cab, AC, shedded

6’ canola roller

TRUCKS

1975 Ford 750 SA grain truck w/

16’ steel box & hoist, 8 cyl gas, 5&2

trans, showing 59,292 km, roll tarp,

10.00R20 tires

1966 Chev 50 SA grain truck w/ 14’

box & hoist, 6 cyl gas, 4&2 trans,

showing 46,356 mi, roll tarp

1990 GMC Sierra SLE 1/2 T, 4x4,

ext cab, 6-1/2’ box, (4) new tires,

V8, auto, showing 226,283 km,

A/T/C, PW, PDL

SEEDING / FIELD EQUIPMENT

32’ Bourgault 8800 air seeder w/

Bourgault 2155 air tank (shedded),

8’’ spacing, sgl shoot w/ broadcast

kit, 4 bar harrows, floating hitch,

(cult has new whl bearings)

29’ IH 5500 DT cult, 4 bar harrows,

new twisted spikes

60’ Flexicoil Sys 82 harrows &

drawbar, newer tines

6 yd hyd scraper

Summers rock picker, hyd drive

15’ Alteen TA disc

13’ DT cult w/ harrows

62’ Vertec sprayer, 500 gal tank,

hyd pump

Oliver 5 bottom plow

AUGERS & BINS

Sakundiak 10x2200 10’’x72’ mech

swing auger, reverser, one owner,

SN 66503

Sakundiak HD 7’’x37’ auger w/

motor

(4) Westeel 14’x6 ring grain bins

on Westeel hoppers, 2150 bu+/,

dbl skid, OP1 cables, remote lid

openers, newer bins

CATTLE EQUIPMENT

Hyd post pounder, trailer type

7’ sickle mower

(5) HiHog corral panels (10’-16’); (8)

10’ corral panels

(2) bale feeders; 16’ calf shelter;

cattle oiler

Qty elec fencers; qty elec fence

posts & wire

GPS EQUIPMENT

EZ Steer auto steer system w/

wheel motor, 500 monitor, Terrain

compensator & globe

EZ Steer wheel motor & Terrain

compensator

MISCELLANEOUS

1979 Honda Goldwing GL 1000

motorcycle, showing 34,686 km,

hard luggage

small fiberglass boat w/ Evinrude

25 hp motor

Labtronics 919 grain tester w/

access

OP1 Stormax temp monitor

Canwood Pro meat saw w/ base,

3/4 hp

1000 US gal propane tank

1000/500 gal fuel tanks / stands;

500 gal fiberglass water tank; (4)

8.25x20 truck tires; 6’’ Wheatheart

bin sweep; tailgate drill fill

Skidoo 440 (not running)

Carolina 55T shop press

AJAX (?) anvil

Powerfist 6500 W generator; Power

Ease 3100 W generator; Century

295A welder; Clarkedrill press;

banjo pump; Conibear traps; 2

duck cannons; oxy/propane torch

set; tap & die; lg wrenches; 3/4’’

drive socket set; gear pullers; air

tools; grinders

Qty antique wood chairs; oak

barrel; chicken plucker

SELLING FOR LEROY AUMULLER

780-672-6981

Massey Harris 50 2WD tractor, gas,

3pt hitch, 540 PTO, new clutch

John Deere STX 46 lawn tractor w/

46’’ mower

6’ Sovema 3pt hitch finishing mower

SELLING FOR TED & GAIL SCHOFF

780-372-2443

Versatile 800 4WD tractor, 18.4x38

duals, elec over hyd flow control

valve, SN 8005030325

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CAMROSE, AB


AGRICULTURE

8 J uly 11'19 HANNA/CORONATION/STETTl ER, AB. ECA REVIEW

Prairie Land athletes aiming high, scoring higher

Submitted

Each year we are privileged to watch

our student athletes excel and compete

in a wide variety of sports.

Sometimes individuals or teams

make it to zones or provincials and we

are honoured they represent Prairie

Land Regional Division (PLRD).

It is not always about the banners

hanging in a school’s gymnasium, it is

about the heart and soul of the athlete,

their determination and perseverance;

the way a team comes together on the

court, the lessons learned and the battles

fought.

There are also hundreds of students

who take part in community sports

such as dance, hockey, baseball, soccer,

high school rodeo.

The list is endless and whether it is

for recreation or competitive, PLRD is

very proud of all of our athletes.

Football

This year the JC Charyk Hanna

Hawks took home the provincial title

for Six-Man High School football.

The team was made up of Tyler

Hutton (1), Devan Boos (7), Brenden

McKillop (11), Bobby Thandi (13), Jock

Hein(17), Riley Hoffman (22), Aiden

Hickle (27), Brayden Hann (31), Carter

Moench (32), Zach Voltner (33), Liam

McKeage (34), Carter Schnurer (50),

Devin Buchwitz (6), Hardy Thandi (62),

Randy Lizotte (63), Carter Boehlke (64),

Brandon Galster (75), Robby Thandi

(77), and Sam Lizotte (84). Coaching

Staff: Cam McKeage, Rick Haines, Len

Judson, Clint Mohl, Joe Schnurer.

Rodeo

Kendal Pierson of Berry Creek

Community School shows off her

Alberta High School Rodeo

Association banners from the 2018

season.

Pierson won the Girl’s Provincial

Hi-Point Junior Champion as well as

the Provincial Team Roping Junior

Champion (Header) with partner Cole

Brain from Bellis, Alta.

Pierson is also the Canadian Junior

High School Girls’ Breakaway

Champion, Goat Tying Champion and

All Around Champion.

There are many students across the

division who participate in the junior

and senior division of AHSRA.

Rugby

After bringing home the banner for

the South Central Zones for senior

high in Rugby 7s, the Prairie Land

Penguins girls rugby team became the

Tier II Girls High School Provincial

Rugby Champions.

Volleyball

Delia students Stefanie Nielsen and

Belle Stanger are provincial champions

for the Junior High Girls

Division 2 in Beach Volleyball.

Track and Field

Grade 11 student Ta’merra Hart

from J.C.Charyk Hanna School placed

second in the 100m at the track and

field zones.

Hart placed eighth at Provincials.

Basketball

The Youngstown Senior High Boys

Basketball Team placed second in

their league playdowns in the

Northeast Sr. High Basketball League.

The consists of Dixon Tattrie,

Spencer MacMillan, Spencer Hogan,

Colton Garlock, Scotland Caron, Jace

Powell, Corbin MacMillan, Rhett

Tattrie, John Armstrong (head coach)

and William Proudfoot (Assistant

Coach).

Archery

J.C.Charyk student, Hailey Parent,

Grade 5, has had a great first year in

archery.

At the NASP (National Archery in

the Schools Program) Provincials she

scored 256 placing her third for both

Elementary Girls and Grade 5 Girls.

Five children between the ages of five and seven participated in the kids category of the

Soapbox Derby in Carbon, Alta. on Sat. June 29 including Anna Houlind of Cold Lake,

Alta. with her rig called the ‘Sparkling Narwhal’. The event, put on by the Carbon Legion,

had music, a concession and over 100 eager soapbox race enthusiasts out to see these

homemade vehicles in action.

ECA Review/T.Huxley

Prairie Land Penguins girls rugby

team, Tier II Girls High School

Provincial Rugby Champions. Back

row: Cori Halter, Sarah Creasy,

Amanda Creasy, Breanna Storch,

Sydney Mcmillin, Sarah Palmer and

Ta’merra Hart. Front row: Koaye

Hickle, Avery Smyth, Savanah Hart,

Madison Pitman, Susie Lenfesty

and Coach Shaun Fielding. Missing

are squad members Dante Kern,

Breanne Bossert, Sierra Raugust,

Ainsely Nelson, Sarah MacPherson,

Katie MacPherson, Katie Kurbis,

Darcee Hall and Mckenzie Olmstead.

ECA Review/Submitted

At Nationals, Parent shot a 258 in

the bulls-eye and 251 in the 3D shoot

giving her a third place for

Elementary girls and third place for

Grade 5 girls in both events.

Jessica Vert

from Altario

School placed

first at the NASP

Provincials in

the Grade 6 Girls

category with a

score of 278/300.

This is Vert’s

fourth championship

banner; her

tally is now three

provincial titles

and one national

championship.

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Castor, AB

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Please Register by:

Friday July 12

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Kendal Pierson of Berry Creek Community School

and her Alberta High School Rodeo Association

banners.

ECA Review/Submitted

Kahl Neufeld from Berry Creek

Community School placed first in the

Grade 7 Boys division at the NASP

Provincials.

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• Presentation on customizing

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ECA REVIEW HANNA/CORONATION/STETTLER, AB JuL y 11'19 9

ECA REVIEW WHEEL OF A DEAL HANNA/CORONATION/STETTLER, AB JuL y 11'19 9

Reputable

Cont’d from Pg 3

Bashaw administration found this to

be different to what is currently done

so they brought it forward for council

to discuss

“The generation of a bylaw and

implementation does create additional

administrative duties, however, adding

legislation in place may support public

safety,” said CAO Fuller when introducing

the discussion.

The possible benefit to a new bylaw

is having records on file with updated

contact information but council found

it may deter business and cause more

administrative work.

“On the one hand it gives us a tool to

be choosy about what businesses set up

but that is not a direction I want this

council to go in. I don’t think we want

to put any impedances to new businesses,”

said Coun. Rob McDonald.

Safety Codes

Request for

Proposals

Council chose

to bring back the

options presented

from a recent

request for proposals

from four

contractors.

Two responses

were received

with business

names removed

for comparison

reasons and to

eliminate bias.

Their prior

contractor, IJD

Inspections did

not return to

apply as the timeframe

for a

submission was

mentioned as too

short to get numbers

out

accordingly.

Chief

Administrative

Officer (CAO)

Theresa Fuller

noted that both

companies that

applied were reputable

with good

references

attached but the

fee schedules

were both different

with a few

similarities in

prices making a

decision not as

clear cut.

2015 NISSAN NV2500 HD CARGO VAN, AUTO, LADDER RACK, 239K,st#18036 .........$17,900

2013 PETERBILT 386 5TH WHEEL SLEEPER, 450HP CUMMINS ISX, 601k,st#19018 .. $58,900

2013 GMC SAVANA VAN BODY, 6.6L DURAMAX DIESEL, AUTO, 226K,st#19015 ....... $25,900

2013 HINO 268, 220HP DIESEL 6SP ALLISON 2200 RDS AUTO, 212K, st#18065 ........$59,900

2013 IHC 5900 EAGLE T/A, 475HP D13, 18SP STND, SLEEPER, 188K,st#18005 ....... ..$64,900

2013 IHC 8600T/A GRAVEL TRUCK, 410HP,10SPAUTO,52,000#,334K,st#18003 ....... $74,900

2012 FREIGHTLINER M2 5TH WHEEL, 300HP CUMMINS, AUTO, 358K, ST#19027 .... $45,900

2012 FL CASCADIA 410HP DETROIT DIESEL, AUTO, ENG BRAKE, 269K,st#19030 .... $54,900

2012 PETERBILT 5TH WHEEL SLEEPER, CUMMINS, 13SP standard,810K, st19012 ... $55,900

2012 GMC SAVANA ¾ TON, FIBREGLASS VAN BODY, AUTO, 96K,st#18038. ........... $21,900

2012 F550 XLT 4X4 HIAB 060 PICKER, PTO, 6.7L DIESEL, AUTO, 170K,st18064 ........ $49,900

2011 IHC 8600 T/A 5TH WHEEL, 410hp 10sp MAN, DIFF LOCK, 259K, st#18063 ..... .$29,900

2009 VOLVO VHD T/A GRAVEL TRUCK, 485HP DIESEL, 18SP ST, 159K, st#19035 ..... $58,900

2009 KENWORTH T370, 240HP PX-8, ALLISON AUTO, 20’ DECK, 319K, st#19004... .$32,900

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2009 IHC DURASTAR 4400,7.6L,285HP,10SP STAND., DIFFLOCK, 77K,st#18014.. ... .$33,900

2008 IHC 4300 C&C, 210HP DT466, 6SP AUTO, AIRBRAKES, 125K,st#18022 ...........$31,900

2007 STERLING LT 9500 TRI-AXLE, GVW 72,518 lbs, 450hp, 731K, st#19029 ......... $56,900

2007 STERLING COE 40 16’5” VAN BODY, 175HP MITSUBISHI, 172K, st#19026 .........$19,900

2007 GMC 5500HD 18’6”VAN BODY, 215HP 5.2L DIESEL, AUTO, 307K,st#19006. .....$19,900

2006 FORD F350 XLT EX/CAB, 6L DIESEL, ALUM SERVICE BOX, 166K,st#18025 ........$17,900

2005 GMC 5500 4X4 16’ DECK, 8.1L V8 GAS, ALLISON AUTO, 192K, st#19002 ........ $25,900

2005 FL M2, HOTLINE BUCKET TRUCK, T/A, 275HP AUTO , 112K, stk#18044 ........ ...$85,900

2004 FORD F550 XL SD 2WD SERVICE BOX, V10 GAS AUTO, 86K, stk#18027 ........... $23,900

2004 FL M2 CREW CAB SHOP VAN, 250HP C7 CAT, AUTO,101K,st#18028 ................ $43,900

2004 FORD E450SD TRADESMAN TRUCK, 6.8L V10,OUTFITTED, 100K,st#18029 ..... $23,900

1998 IHC 8100 5TH WHEEL, 300HP, 10SP STD, AIR BRAKES/SEAT, 241K, st#19005. .$19,900

1990 JOHN DEERE 9600 SP COMBINE, STRAW CHOPPER, 3384 HRS, st#18053 ...... .$32,900

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HALF acre at Pelican

Point. Three minutes

to the lake. Four season

home. Attached

garage, shop,

$555,000. Call 780-

372-3784.

1600 ACRES of good

quality farmland for

sale in SE Sask.

1560 Cultivated

acres, $155,000.00

rent with 10 year

lease. Great farmers

renting and excellent

investment opportunity.

Call Doug 306-

716-2671.

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250-5252.

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to 50 pairs. Please

call Joe 403-740-

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AUCTIONS

COMMERCIAL Real

Estate - Falher, AB.

Ritchie Bros.

Auctioneers

Unreserved Auction.

July 29 - Grande

Prairie Site. 0.21+/-

Title Acres, 6649 +/-

sq ft building. Paul

Dixon: 780-518-6249;

rbauction.com/realestate.

UNRESERVED

AUCTION

at BASHAW, AB

Sat., July 13 @ 10am

for TERENCE MCBRIDE

Tractors, Vehicles, Trailers,

Pump Motors & some very

Unique & Rare Items! Just

off Hwy 21. Watch for Signs.

Visit website for Pictures & Listing:

www.scribnernet.com

780-842-5666

BUD Haynes &

Ward’s Premier

Firearms Auction.

Saturday, August

17th at 10AM.

11802-145 Street,

Edmonton, AB.

Estate of Donovan

Ofstie from St.

James Bay, BC.

Over 800 lots -

Online bidding

Antique & Modern

Firearms. Check

website www.wardsauctions.com.

To

consign, call Linda

Baggaley 403-597-

1095, Brad 780-940-

8378.

Summer Vacation

BIBLE SCHOOL

July 15-19

@ Mennonite Church

Located 10 miles south,

2 miles east of Stettler

Ages 5-12

Contact Russell

403.742.9762

REQUIRES:

“U” Stamp Pressure Vessel Shop

Finisher/Touch-Up/Painter

Cape Manufacturing Ltd. Designs and builds oil and gas production

equipment. We are an ASME code, U Stamp, CWB and pressure vessel

shop. We are looking for potential finisher/touch-up/painter person for

upcoming projects. Should have an understanding of painting equipment

& paint specs an asset but not necessary. Shop safety knowledge. At Cape

we operate on a Value Based Management System and offer complete

employee benefits. You can read more about us at www.capemfg.ca.

RESUME@CAPEMFG.CA

Prairie Land Regional Division #25

Audit Committee Public Members

Prairie Land Regional Division # 25 is requesting applications from members of

the public to fill two (2) positions on the divisions’ Audit Committee, each for a

two-year term.

PLRD’s Audit Committee is comprised of a minimum of three elected school

trustees and two public members, one from the business community and one

from the adult learning community (in accordance with the Education Act effective

Sept 1, 2019). Public members will be compensated for their time on the

Audit Committee at the current trustee honorarium per diem rate.

The Committee will be responsible for meeting one to three times per year

for recommending external auditors to the board, reviewing annual financial

statements and attending to other matters as the board may determine.

Qualifications for public members:

• Represent a member of either the business or adult learning community

• Resident of/or operate a business in the school division boundaries

• Have financial experience and/or professional accounting designation

• Independent to the school division; and

• Have no financial or personal interests with

Prairie Land Regional Division # 25’s audit firm of AVAIL CPA.

Interested public are required to submit a letter of interest, which includes a

brief summary of work experience, qualifications, reason for the interest in

serving on the committee along with relevant references to:

Sharon Orum, CPA

Secretary Treasurer

Email: sharon.orum@plrd.ab.ca

AUCTION July 13th

for Dale Hedrick 1

mile West of

Ashmont - Ph: 780-

210-0889 Quantity of

Specialized Vehicles,

Skidoos, Motorbikes,

Quads, Shop Tools,

Collector Items,

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Money? We Lend! If

you own your own

home - you qualify.

Pioneer Acceptance

Corp. Member BBB.

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com.

Deadline for applications must be received on or before Monday, August

19, 2019. For further information, please contact your local trustee or the

above.

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licensing loss? Travel/business opportunities?

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destruction. Free consultation. 1-800-347-

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WANTED

DEAD OR ALIVE

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

County of Stettler No. 6

6602 - 44 Ave., Box 1270

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

www.stettlercounty.ca

PUBLIC NOTICE

Seeking Tenders to Hay

Deadline: Monday, July 15, 2019 at 2:00pm

The County of Stettler No. 6 is seeking tenders to harvest hay in the following

County locations:

• Parcel 1- East ½ of North ½ 19-38-19 w4m (40 acres, more or less)

• Parcel 2 - NE 35-38-20 w4m (10.46 acres) to include the following;

0728729 1 14MR (4.13 acres, more or less)

0525691 1 7MR (2.45 acres, more or less)

0324233 1 1MR (3.88 acres, more or less)

Method of harvest is haying (swath and bale).

Bales must be removed before October 1, 2019.

Sealed tenders MUST be clearly marked “HAY TENDER” and parcel # indicated

on the outside of the envelope. Include your price for the field in your bid.

Submit tenders to:

Quinton Beaumont, Director of Agricultural Services

6602-44 Avenue

PO Box 1270

Stettler, AB T0C 2L0

County of Stettler No. 6

6602 - 44 Ave., Box 1270

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

www.stettlercounty.ca

Work with Us

Accounts Payable

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

professional who will bring innovative and effective administrative skills to the

position of Accounts Payable Clerk.

Under the general supervision of the Director of Finance, the successful applicant

will be responsible for entering accounts payable for four different sets of books

which include the County of Stettler, Stettler District Ambulance Association,

Stettler Waste Management Authority, and Shirley McClellan Regional Water

Services Commission. They will be responsible for organizing, sorting and

distributing bills to the various departments and ensuring that the payables are

maintained on a timely basis and perform any other related duties as required.

Experience using a purchase order system would be an asset.

An ideal candidate would possess the following skills:

· Proficiency in Microsoft Office; most notably Microsoft Word & Excel

· Strong Organization Skills

· Ability to prioritize deadlines

· Works well under pressure

Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (35 hours/week)

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 to:

County of Stettler No. 6

Attention: Christa Cornelssen, CPA, CGA

Box 1270 Stettler, AB T0C 2L0

Fax: 403.742.1277 Email: finance@stettlercounty.ca

check us out online

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Canadian Prairie Pickers

are once again touring the area.

The competition will remain open until a suitable candidate is found. The County

appreciates all applications however only those selected for interview will be

contacted.


ECA REVIEW HANNA/CORONATION/STETTLER, AB JuL y 11'19 11

A friend to many

Patricia (Pat) Bain was born in

Castor, Alta. on September 12, 1928, to

Earl and Elbra Slemp.

She grew up on the family farm near

Fleet, Alta. together with her brother,

Raymond (Bax), and sisters, Leola and

Betty.

After finishing high school, Pat was

a supervisor at Lanes Lake School

near Castor.

She then worked at the Castor Drug

Store where she met Patrick

(Pat) Bain.

They were married on Dec.

31, 1956.

Together, they raised four

children: Larry, Gerry

(Zully), Angela (Wayne) and

Brenda (Dave).

Pat was a stay-at-home

mom, and her family was the

center of her life.

She was a fantastic baker Bain

and loved to crochet.

She was also very active in the community,

serving as a volunteer for

Meals-On-Wheels, the Hospital

Auxiliary, and various charities.

She was a member of the original

group who started the Opportunity

Center, and later in life, also started

the ‘Widows’ Birthday Club’.

She was a doting grandmother to

her eight grandchildren: Nick

(Justine), Ashley (Derek), DJ (Lizzie),

Katy, Denise (Daniel), Monica, Luke,

and Josie, and two great-grandchildren

Brysen and Bodhi.

Pat was a kind and gentle woman,

and a friend to many.

She was deeply committed to the

Church; her faith

was always a

strong source of

OBITUARY

Professional Directory

DENTIST

Dr.McIver

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

E.Roger Spady

Professional

Corporation

Barrister & Solicitor

Coronation Mall

Coronation, AB

403-578-3131

Office Hours:

Tuesday to Friday

9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

comfort and

support.

She was an

active member of

the Catholic

Women’s League

(CWL) for more

than 60 years.

She spent four

years living at

Castor’s Long

Term Care,

where she always

appreciated the

wonderful care

she received from

LTC staff and frequently

commented how

happy she was

there.

Pat was predeceased

by her

husband Patrick;

her parents, Earl

and Elbra; her

parents-in-law

Rose and

Michael; her

brother Bax; two

infant children,

Kenneth and

Mary; her

grandson Nick;

her brothers-inlaw

Ambrose,

Joe, Mike and

Earl; her sistersin-law

Sister

Vincent, Rita and

Lucille.

She is survived

by her children

Larry, Gerry,

Angela and

Brenda; her sisters

Leola and

Betty (Dennis);

sister-in-law Lilo;

seven grandchildren

and two

great-grandchildren;

numerous nieces and nephews;

special lifelong friend Ardena Zinger

and family friend Shaunna Mohr.

On July 4, 2019, Patricia Eileen Bain

completed her earthly journey.

She will be sorely missed.

Rest in peace, Mom.

A prayer vigil was held on Sunday,

July 7, 2019 at 7 p.m. in Our Lady of

Grace Parish in Castor, Alta. with

Father Roger Niedzielski presiding.

Mass of Christian Burial

was held on Monday, July 8 in

Our Lady of Grace Parish

also celebrated by Father

Roger Niedzielski.

The interment followed in

Our Lady of Grace Cemetery

where Patricia was laid to

rest beside her husband

Patrick.

Family and friends then

gathered together in the

Golden Circle for a time of

luncheon and sharing with the luncheon

provided by the CWL.

Memorial contributions may be

made in Patricia’s memory to Our

Lady of the Rosary Hospital

Foundation, Long Term Care

(Recreation Program).

Friends wishing to express condolences

to the Bain Families may do so

by visiting www.parkviewfuneralchapels.com.

Parkview Funeral Chapels were

entrusted with the care and funeral

arrangements.

For further information please call

403-882-3141.

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

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space

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you offer.

Call now

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Bill’s Waterwell

Services

Well Drilling

Ltd.

Pumps & Repairs

Well 403-747-2120

Drilling

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403-747-2120

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Notice of application for approval to renew the natural gas

franchise agreement between the Town of Coronation and

ATCO Gas and Pipelines Ltd.

Application summary:

The Alberta Utilities Commission expects to receive an application from ATCO

Gas and Pipelines Ltd. to renew its franchise agreement with the Town of

Coronation, following the submission deadline indicated below.

The franchise agreement will continue to allow ATCO Gas and Pipelines

Ltd. the exclusive right to deliver natural gas to the residents of the Town of

Coronation for 10 years effective October 1, 2019.

The monthly franchise fee percentage will remain the same at 10.05 per cent

effective October 1, 2019. Including linear property taxes, the franchise fee for

an average residential customer is forecast to remain at $7.31 per month. An

average residential customer uses about 115 gigajoules per year.

You may send your objections, concerns about, or support for the application

in writing to the Town of Coronation or ATCO Gas and Pipelines Ltd. on or

before July 25th, 2019 at:

The Town of Coronation, Sandra Kulyk, Box 219 Coronation Alberta T0C-1C0,

403-578-3679, admin@town.coronation.ab.ca

ATCO Gas and Pipelines Ltd., Travis Oliver, Franchise Coordinator, Regulatory,

17th Floor 10035 – 105 Street NW Edmonton, Alberta, phone: 780-420-5752;

email:travis.oliver@atco.com

Any submissions received, unless you request otherwise, will be part of the

application submitted and will become part of the public record.

For more information on franchises or to receive a copy of the franchise

agreement please contact either the Town of Coronation or ATCO Gas and

Pipelines Ltd. at the addresses listed above.

For more information:

For more information about the AUC or its approval process associated with

franchise applications, please contact the AUC directly at 7804274903 or at

consumer-relations@auc.ab.ca.

The Alberta Utilities Commission is an independent, quasi-judicial regulatory

body responsible for making decisions about utility-related applications.

Issued on July 10th, 2019.

Alberta Utilities Commission

Douglas A. Larder, QC, General Counsel

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Business

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• Renovations

• Windows and Doors

• Overhead Doors &

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Phone: 403-742-3555

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YOU’RE INVITED

ALTALINK

OPEN

HOUSES

JULY 16 / 17

Central East Transfer-Out Project

AltaLink is working on a project in your area that involves

upgrades to the electric transmission system. With the 19071MA0 input




like your input.

At our open houses in July, we will have visual displays and


Alberta Electric System Operator (AESO) will also be on hand

to talk about the need for the project.

Please see the map below for the project study area.

.

We hope to see you there.

PLEASE JOIN US

TUESDAY, JULY 16, 2019

5 - 8 PM

Alix Community Hall

5008 49 Ave – Alix, AB

WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 2019

5 - 8 PM


38433 RR 264A, Red Deer County, AB


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