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April 8, 2021
Structure fire on
Main Street Delburne
A structure fire on Main
Street in Delburne, Alta. took
place Wednesday, March 31.
Three buildings were affected
by the blaze.
They were located on the
south side of Main Street
between 21st Ave. and 22nd Ave.
The first one farthest east
was the former village office
before turning into a private
residence, the second housed
The Cooperators insurance and
the third was a vacant building
from the past couple of years
but was previously a hair salon
and real-estate business.
Part of Main Street remained
closed off for an additional day
as Red Deer County Protective
Services processed the site.
To keep the area clear, protective
services have security
guards in place.
Residents are asked to stay
away from the affected buildings
and give room for crews to
Red Deer County, Elnora and
Red Deer County Protective
Services as well as Red Deer
County Patrol, Three Hills
RCMP and Protective Services
Station 8 in Delburne attended
A cause is undetermined at
Village of Alix council
will sell the municipality’s
outdoor movie screen after it
didn’t prove as popular as
The decision was made at
the March 17 regular
meeting of council.
Officer (CAO) Michelle
White presented councillors
with a report on the outdoor
movie screen purchased by
the village in 2016.
“In April of 2016 the
Village of Alix purchased a
‘ready-to-go’ complete highdefinition
screen system to be used
annually for showing outdoor
movies,” noted the
“The village has used the
screen four times and it was
used by outside parties
twice in the five years we
have owned the equipment.
Of these uses only once has
a movie been shown
The memo noted Alix Fire
and Medical Department
voiced interest in the equipment,
and a letter was
presented from the department
to this end.
The memo noted it cost
$14,566.58 in 2016, with
rental rates of $500 per use
plus a $1,000 damage
deposit. If it was sold to the
fire department it could be a
source of income for them,
with the department noting
in their letter that fundraising
has been under
pressure from the COVID-19
The fire department
offered $2,000 for the movie
Councillors discussed the
request. It was stated the
screen was not being used as
much as hoped when it was
purchased and, if sold, it
would at least be getting
Coun. Ed Cole asked if
$2,000 was a fair price.
White answered that, with
depreciation over five years
and the warranty expired in
2019, it’s valued at about
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Big Valley council ............... 2
RCMP ................................. 2
Kneehill council ................. 3
Stettler county council ........ 3
Morrin 4-H ......................... 4
Trochu news ....................... 5
Letters ............................ 6, 7
Obituaries .................... 8, 10
Classifieds/Careers ........... 11
Agriculture ...... 12-13; 15-16
Real Estate/Homes ........... 14
Sudoku ............................. 16
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2 A pril 8'21 HANNA/CORONATION/STETTLER, AB. ECA REVIEW
BIG VALLEY COUNCIL
MOST funds to groups, replace flooring
Big Valley village council
decided to use grant money
from the provincial government
earmarked for COVID-19 relief
to support non-profit groups,
replace flooring, purchase computer
help and cover unpaid
The decisions were made at
the March 25 regular meeting of
Chief Administrative Officer
(CAO) Tracy Mindus presented
councillors with more information
on the provincial
Operating Support Transfer
(MOST) program, provided to
municipalities to help cover
expenses and lost revenue due
to the pandemic.
Mindus noted councillors
held a special council meeting
March 16 to discuss the roughly
$40,000 Big Valley was entitled
to and brought more
information regarding a backup
computer server system.
Mindus reported a Datto
system was priced at $4,191.60
plus an annual fee from
A “local” option, which would
include hardware installed at
the village office, was priced at
$4,252.50 plus an annual fee of
Mayor Clark German stated
the village currently has no
back-up for its computer system
and needs one.
He stated the village is lucky
it’s had no serious problems yet
adding he was in favour of the
approved going with the Datto
Mindus also updated the list
of groups council has approved
for MOST funds, as she noted
the curling club, Friends of Big
Valley School and Bust Out
Rodeo requested help too.
Councillors agreed to provide
$500 of MOST funding to the
friends of the school and rodeo,
while granting $1,000 to the
curling club. A number of
groups had been previously
replacing old carpet in the village
office, including in the
The estimate was provided of
$9,449.32, which included hardwood
Mayor German stated, especially
with the pandemic, he
understood the sanitary aspect
of a hard floor as opposed to
At the same time German
stated he saw the balance of the
flooring as being in good shape
and there was great demand for
Mindus noted some flooring
in the reception area also
needed to be changed.
Nibourg stated if the flooring
needed to be changed, now is
the time because the village
Fleet man arrested for
copper wire thefts
Consort RCMP have laid
charges after a five-week long
investigation and with the assistance
of the ALERT Regional
Property Crime Unit in relation
to property crime offences.
As a result of the investigation,
an adult male was arrested
for possession of stolen property
at an acreage near Fleet on
March 19, 2021
A search warrant was
obtained and subsequently
The search of the property
and multiple outbuildings
resulted in the seizure of stolen
copper wire, stolen electrical
attachments and fittings, bolt
cutters, chain saw and tools for
stripping copper wire and
stripped wire casings, and a
Randall (Randy) James
Lawrence (37) of Fleet, Alta. has
been charged with possession of
property obtained by crime and
break in instruments; failing to
comply with undertaking;
unauthorized possession of
firearm and unlawful storage of
Lawrence has been released
from custody and will be
appearing in Coronation
Provincial Court on April 9,
Big Valley man
The Three Hills RCMP were
alerted to a truck parked on
Range Road 225 near Trochu,
Alta. on Sun. April 4, 2021 at
approximately 10:20 a.m.
Police located the truck and
determined it had been stolen
from Red Deer.
The license plate was associated
with a different vehicle
also reported stolen.
Incidental to the arrest, police
searched the vehicle and located
a loaded rifle on the backseat.
Police also found an amount
of suspected crystal methamphetamine,
open liquor, drug
paraphernalia, and a bag containing
At the time of his arrest, the
driver was wanted on outstanding
warrants from Stettler
RCMP and Three Hills RCMP.
In addition, he was bound by
numerous conditions of Form 11
Robert Foster (40) of Big
Valley, Alta. has been charged
with two counts of possession of
property obtained by crime
under $5,000; unauthorized possession
of a firearm; firearm in
a motor vehicle; unsafe storage
of a firearm; possession of a
controlled substance; and nine
counts of failure to comply with
condition of a release order.
Also having an uninsured
motor vehicle on highway; display
unauthorized license plate;
transporting liquor in an open
container and within easy
access of occupant.
Foster was remanded into
custody following a Judicial
Interim Release Hearing and is
scheduled to appear in
Drumheller Provincial Court
on April 9, 2021.
RCMP seize drugs
The Drumheller RCMP
Crime Reduction Unit began a
Controlled Drugs and
Substances Act investigation
(CDSA) March 2021.
The investigation led to the
seizure of what is believed to be
quantities of fentanyl, methamphetamine,
as well as proceeds
In the early morning hours of
March 26, 2021, the Drumheller
RCMP, Drumheller Crime
Reduction Unit and Drumheller
General Investigation Section
executed a CDSA search warrant
at a house in the Red Deer
Avenue area in the community
Police seized what is believed
to be 45.54g of fentanyl, 1.53g of
methamphetamine, $2,120 in
Canadian currency and various
drug trafficking paraphernalia.
As a result of the execution of
the search warrant, Mandie
Sarah Marie Manchuk (44) of
Drumheller is charged with
possession of fentanyl for the
purpose of trafficking as well as
possession of proceeds of crime
Manchuk was released from
custody with conditions and is
scheduled to appear in
Drumheller Provincial Court
on Fri. May 21, 2021.
“This was a significant seizure
of fentanyl from within our
small community. Our team is
working hard and is committed
to proactively identifying these
drug traffickers and conducting
investigations into their activities”
said Staff Sergeant Ed
Bourque, Drumheller RCMP
“We know that opioids are a
great concern in our community
and the province, and we
will continue to target drug
“We encourage the community
to continue to report
suspicious activity in their
about these types of activities is
a huge help to our team and to
the success of these
could use the MOST funds
with no impact on the local
Tizzard agreed, noting
lumber is getting more
Councillors approved the
estimate by a 2 to 1 vote to be
Moving sound system
Cont’d from Pg 1
approved selling the movie
screen to the Alix Fire and
Medical Department for
memo to councillors,
dealing with the
from Bay #1 in
Play Centre previously
Staff noted the
of that bay don’t
need a sound
stated they asked
board if it was
interested in the
12r sound system,
and the board
said they were.
would be associated
hook-up of the
be up to the Alix
board to cover,”
stated the memo,
which noted the
hall itself is village
paid out of MOST funds.
It was noted the
remaining MOST funds, less
than $10,000, would go into
an unpaid taxes fund, apparently
to cover those who
could not pay their taxes due
to the pandemic.
councillors just needed to
give their blessing to have
the system moved.
approved moving the sound
system from Railway House
to the community hall.
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(formerly Landman Reule Law Office)
I retired from the practice of law November 30th, 2020.
I am happy to confirm that Dora Simonin, with Simonin
Law, has taken on my practice and welcomes my previous
clients to allow her to continue to assist them in the areas
of real estate, wills and estates and corporate matters.
Simonin Law is located in the same office space as was
previously occupied by Landman Reule Law Office.
As part of this transition, I will no longer be retaining
custody of clients’ original documents. If you believe that
Landman Reule Law Office was storing your original
Will, Power of Attorney or Personal Directive, please
call Simonin Law at 403-742-3411 and arrangements
will be made to return custody of your documents to
you. Documents will continue to be securely stored at
Simonin Law during this transition.
I want to express my heartfelt appreciation for the positive
relationships I have enjoyed with clients and colleagues
over the years.
ECA REVIEW HANNA/CORONATION/STETTLER, AB April 8'21 3
KNEEHILL COUNTY COUNCIL
Selling gravel that does not meet standards
Kneehill County council decided it
will stop using certain gravel at some
of its stockpile locations and clear it
out, as the gravel in question doesn’t
meet municipal specifications.
The decision was made at the regular
meeting of council March 23.
A report on the gravel problem was
prepared by Kylie Van der Kuil, transportation
assistant, who described the
problem the department is having with
gravel purchased in a 2013 agreement.
“At the Oct. 20, 2020, Committee of
the Whole meeting, administration
provided council a report on the Delia
gravel stockpile,” stated the council
“The report stated that in 2008
Kneehill County entered into a fiveyear
agreement to purchase and
stockpile gravel in the Delia area.
“In 2013 additional gravel was purchased
utilizing the original 2008
“The gravel purchased in 2013 from
the Delia area is not meeting Kneehill
County’s specification of a 4-20 road
crush, that we provide for gravel roads.
Council instructed administration to
bring back recommendations to dispose
of the gravel at a cost recovery
“In 2019 Kneehill County entered
into an agreement with R&D Pilot
Truck Ltd. as the original contract
ended in 2013 for storage of the stockpile
At least one councillor was not
happy with the situation.
Coun. Jim Hugo made a motion to
Buying two roadside mowers
Local Journalism Initiative reporter
The County of Stettler efforts to purchase
two brand new roadside mowers
didn’t go quite as well as hoped for,
with fewer options and prices a bit
higher than expected.
The decision was made by council at
their regular meeting March 10.
Director of Operations Rick Green
presented a report written by Quinton
Beaumont, Assistant Director of
Operations, regarding the purchase of
two roadside mowers and arms for the
Public Works department.
The report stated this purchase was
budgeted for 2021, and $45,000 was set
aside for the purchase of the mowers,
for a total of $90,000.
Beaumont’s report stated the county
received two offers, and both were over
the $45,000 budget.
The first offer came from AB Ag
Centre in Stettler for the set of a 2021
Schulte HX1000 and 2020 FLX1510,
each quoted at $51,900 plus tax.
The second offer came from Flaman
Sales in Edmonton which offered one
2021 Schulte HX1000 with Flexarm for
$54,638 plus tax.
Green told councillors he was a little
disappointed the county only received
two offers and both were over budget.
Coun. Ernie Gendre stated the
mowers listed aren’t great for mowing
roadsides in Stettler County.
Green responded lots of Stettler
County roads would be a challenge for
Coun. Les Stulberg noted that many
tenders recently released by the Public
Works department came in under
budget, so even with this odd one out
the county was still ahead of the game.
Green stated local dealers may have
to pay more overhead such as freight
Coun. Gendre stated, buying two of
these mowers still doesn’t solve the
steep ditch problem adding he still felt
there were better options out there that
would do the job correctly.
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Coun. Dave Grover said he was concerned
the offers were both over
budget, and suggested Public Works
buy one mower and spend more time
looking for a second one.
Coun. James Nibourg said he felt it
was too late to debate this topic now, as
the purchases were budgeted for 2021
and springtime is arriving soon.
He added, large purchases require
time to properly think things through
and that other mowers even more
expensive than the ones included in
Coun. Stulberg stated he liked the
fact the low bid came from a local
Stettler business, and made a motion to
approve the purchase of two 2021
Schulte HX1000 with 2020 FLX1510
Flexarm roadside mowers from
Alberta AG Centre in Stettler for
$51,900 each plus GST, for a total purchase
price of $103,800 plus GST.
Councillors approved Stulberg’s
motion by a 4 to 3 vote, with Gendre,
Grover and Reeve Larry Clarke
Gravel truck, trailer, graders purchase approved
Local Journalism Initiative reporter
County of Stettler councillors
approved well over $1 million in new
vehicles and equipment for the Public
Works department at their regular
meeting March 10, after reading several
reports presented by Director of
Operations Rick Green.
The county will be buying a new
gravel truck after councillors approved
Green’s recommendation that read “...
the County of Stettler No. 6 purchase a
2019 Freightliner 122SD with Canuck
box from New West Freightliner Inc.,
Red Deer, Alta. at a purchase price of
$196,735.40 plus GST, for a total purchase
price of $206,572.17.”
Combined with the trailer below the
truck came in under budget.
The county had 10 options to choose
from as a result of the tender but Green
table the entire issue “for more information
on financials from 2013 to
2019.” However, this motion was
defeated in a 1 to 6 vote.
During the meeting staff explained
in 2013 tests on the gravel weren’t conducted
as often as they are now.
During discussion it was stated that
the unsuitable gravel retains more
Coun. Ken King stated he had concerns
similar to Coun. Hugo and felt an
STETTLER COUNTY COUNCIL
noted some of the vehicles in question
didn’t fully meet requirements or were
not currently in stock.
After reading the results of a tender
for a new gravel trailer, councillors
picked the first of two options, a 2020
Canuck TR04 quad wagon from New
West Freightliner Inc., at a purchase
price of $79,706 plus GST. Green stated
this trailer was 25 feet long, as opposed
to another option offered to councillors,
a 17 foot trailer that cost about
Coun. Les Stulberg asked if the
longer trailer would allow projects to
get finished faster, and Green stated all
things being equal, yes.
Coun. Dave Grover stated he saw
longer trailers as being tougher to
maneuver on gravel roads but would
vote for the 25 foot trailer.
The county had plenty of options as
explanation was needed when the
county bought the gravel after inspection
then discovered it was not suitable.
King also stated the price of $19 per
tonne may be too high and may be difficult
Reeve Jerry Wittstock stated a contractor
has voiced some interest in the
gravel plus Kneehill residents will
have first stab at this gravel on a costrecovery
Councillors passed two motions,
STETTLER COUNTY COUNCIL
nine offers came in as a result of the
tender. The 2020 Canuck TR04 quad
wagon was under the budgeted
Councillors approved Green’s recommendation
“That the County of
Stettler No. 6 purchase two 160 allwheel
drive Caterpillar graders with
snow equipment and roller/packers
from Finning Canada (Red Deer) at a
purchase price of $558,900 plus GST
per unit, for a total purchase price of
He added that the new graders are
included in the 2021 budget and the
Finning offer was actually under
Councillors unanimously approved
Green’s recommendation for dust control
first to cancel the current agreement
with R&D Pilot Truck Ltd. for the
hauling of gravel to the Hiller stockpile
and enter into an agreement to sell the
remainder of gravel located at the
Delia pit at a cost recovery and second
to offer a “Gravel Blitz Days” to sell the
remainder of the stockpiled gravel
located at Trochu north, Three Hills
yard, Hiller stockpile, and Redland
stockpile for a cost recovery rate of $19
His recommendation read, “That the
County of Stettler No. 6 award the 2021
Supply and Apply Calcium Chloride
Brine (32 per cent) to Rener Calcium &
Dust Control, Camrose, Alta. as per
their proposal quote submission.”
Councillors also unanimously
approved Green’s recommendation for
a dust control materials provider, this
time for oil supply for the 2021 dust control
His recommendation read, “That the
County of Stettler No. 6 award the 2021
supply and apply asphalt emulsion dust
suppressant to Read on Roads Inc., [of]
Green’s report only noted one tender
for the materials, and noted Read on
Roads would use a product called DL10
special. The supply cost per litre was
quoted a 0.573 and hourly rate as $195.
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4 A pril 8'21 HANNA/CORONATION/STETTLER, AB. ECA REVIEW
done in turns
by Joel Wilton, club reporter
As the days are getting longer and
the geese are landing, it reminds us of
the warmer days ahead.
All of our Morrin 4-H Multi Club
meetings and workshops are still
being done by online by Google Meets.
In December, we could not meet in
person for a Christmas party.
Hopefully, we can have an outdoor
party in the spring?
One of our
set up a
hunt for all
our club members
We had to find
items she asked
for and send her
a picture. That
In January we
had a virtual
Danielle Varga to
get us ready for
Day in February..
Nelson held a
to show us what
we need to fill
out in our record
will be displayed
later at our
On Feb. 26, we
had our club communications
County let us use
their board room.
came in separately
Day winners are:
Junior Speeches –
in first, Ryan
second and Lexy
Neill in third.
came in first and
Payton Wood in
placed first in
For Senior presentations,
placed first and
Sam Gridley in
Everyone did a great job!
Our club is canvassing for our
annual Bottle and Battery Drive.
If you have any bottles/cans and/or
vehicle batteries you would like to
donate, we would be happy to pick up.
All pick ups will have to be on or
before April 10.
Enjoy the sunshine and the nice
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An Easter Drive-In Bingo hosted by the Tees Agricultural Society was held on Sat. April 3. Forty-nine households took part in having some COVID-19 safe family fun. The bingo was called
via FM transmitter from the Tees Hall to the car’s radios. Winners honked their horn to alert the others they had BINGO’d.
Trochu Life Lease Units over half pre-sold
The Trochu Housing Corporation
(THC) board members are very
pleased by the success of the first
month of Life Lease Pre-sales.
On Feb. 9, 2021 Kneehill County committed
to takingthe next steps to assist
the Town of Trochu in borrowing $20
million for their proposed Senior’s
Living Complex to be constructed
Several conditions were put in place,
one being a 90 per cent pre-sale of life
The Trochu Housing Corporation
(THC) wasted no time tackling this
President Sam Smalldon began
holding information sessions starting
Mon. March 8 at the town office.
Information sessions continue each
Monday at 2 p.m. and these sessions
allow people to virtually tour similar
facilities in Olds and Sundre and to ask
all questions they have.
To date, 14 of the 24 units have been
pre-sold, which leads all to believe it
will not be long until the THC reach
their goal of pre-selling 90 per cent of
“This excellent response to our initial
marketing of life lease suites at our
future facility supports and confirms
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the demand for this project, stated
“Certainly, the residents of Trochu
and the surrounding communities are
demonstrating strong support and
buy-in for this project.
“Our goal is to have this project
approved and proceed once all project
conditions are satisfied,” concluded
Consort School teacher is Edwin Parr award nominee
The Prairie Land Public School
Division Board of Trustees are honoured
to nominate Ms. Courtney Fecho
for the Alberta School Boards
Association, 2021 Edwin Parr Teacher
This prestigious distinction has been
bestowed upon deserving first year
teachers for their outstanding efforts
in Alberta since 1964.
School boards across the province
Eno ninth at PBR
Touring event in Missouri
With six Canadian riders now competing
stateside at PBR (Professional
Bull Riders) events, Albertan Tanner
Eno (Coronation, Alta.) led the sextet
this past weekend, going 1-for-1 to
finish ninth at the Show-Me-State PBR
Shootout in Lebanon, Missouri, part of
the league’s Touring Pro Division.
Marking the 22-year-old’s first event
in the United States, he debuted on a
high note, covering his first draw when
he made the eight seconds aboard
Midnight Mystery (Halpain Bucking
Bulls) for 85 points in Round 1.
Eno, however, was unable to continue
his momentum. Injuring his
shoulder during his dismount aboard
his opening round bovine athlete opponent,
Eno was sidelined for the
The rising young gun will look to
earn his first world points towards the
2021 standings when he makes his
Pendleton Whisky Velocity Tour debut
in College Station, Texas at Reed Arena
on April 9-10 for the PBR Aggieland
In Missouri, Eno competed alongside
fellow Canucks Ashton Sahli (Red
Deer) and Tyler Craig (Crossfield).
Both going 0-or-1, Sahli was dispatched
by Jail House Cat (JR Phillips)
in 2.53 seconds, while Craig was
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for the Edwin Parr Teacher Award to
their ASBA zone committee each year.
The successful nominees from each
Zone are honoured at the ASBA Fall
General Meeting in November.
Ms. Fecho is in her first year at
Consort School where she has been
assigned ELA 7, Science 7, Science 9,
Biology 30 and CTF 8.
Fecho is also involved in extra-curricular
activities including coaching
bucked off by Twisted Style (Dakota
Buckers/Burkhardt) in a close 6.53
Nearly 1,500 miles away in Ivins,
Utah, a second trio of Canadians competed
at the Touring Pro Division’s
PBR at Tuacahn Amphitheatre –
Logan Biever (Claresholm), Jake
Gardner (Fort St. John) and Wyatt
Gleeson had his first stateside event
of 2021 end in anti-climactic fashion
when he was dispatched by Shootist
(L4 Livestock) in 2.89 seconds and
Charmed Disaster (Diamond G Rodeos,
Inc.) in 4.36 seconds.
Sahli, Craig, Biever, Gardner and
Gleeson are all anticipated to compete
alongside Eno in Texas for the
Pendleton Whisky Velocity Tour event
on April 9-10.
Fans can catch all the action LIVE
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Event Leaders (Round 1-Round
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Marcus Mast leads with 89-88-
177.00-15 points followed by seven
before you see Tanner Eno in ninth
with 85-0-85.00 points.
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Fecho’s strength in practice would
be her natural ability and intentional
commitment to fostering, caring,
understanding and professional relationships
her to be a model
of positivity to her
believes and lives
the idea that students
treated with kindness
Fecho is the
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wants to grow
and put forward
her best self, day in and day out.
She engages with other teachers to
help better understand her own practice
and most importantly, how to
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The ‘invisible hand’
We tend to forget sometimes just how
different and distinct corporations are
from the government. We particularly
forget the complexities in decisionmaking
between corporate executives
and political leaders.
A Chief Executive Officer’s (CEO’s)
one priority is to produce good quarterly
results, whereas a political leader
has to balance a myriad of priorities,
financial and non-financial,
From a business perspective, strip
Politicians have a
tough job, made even
tougher by the power of
the corporation and its
efforts that tenuously
strive to turn politicians
into their stooges.
is a marvelous
is not the industry’s
water, the environment
just lives in the
here and now.
worry about broader concerns.
Therein lies the rub between governments,
who work for individuals and
societal good, and corporations who
work for cold hard cash. That’s why
the federal Competition Bureau
becomes essential when two major
telecoms, Rogers and Shaw, choose to
These two companies argue that
their merger will improve competition
and lower prices, won’t affect jobs, yet
save $2 billion per year in operating
costs. To a lay person, their commitments
are hard to believe when
‘operating savings’ always mean lost
jobs and competitive pricing in the cell
phone market is already sadly lacking
To date, Canada’s four telecom providers
haven’t even been successful in
rolling out high-speed internet services
to all east central Albertans or
other similar rural areas across the
country. Why would we believe they
are now serious about making a significant
difference in northern and First
According to the Globe & Mail business
page, the smallest telecom, Shaw,
has been out-investing all its larger
competitors, Telus, Bell and Rogers, for
some years. With Shaw competing to
gain market share, they have had the
incentive to innovate and invest,
whereas Rogers, the top dog, has the
incentive to take out the competition.
Rogers and Shaw argue that they
would keep Calgary as a critical
western hub even as the head office
and decision-making moves east.
When BC Tel bought out Telus, they
too promised Edmonton would have
continued executive presence and decision
making, but those jobs and any
power over decisions were gone within
a few years.
Rogers is guaranteeing internet and
wireless rates won’t increase for three
years. Little comfort when the
Canadian public are adamant that we
pay too much already, and are
demanding rate reductions.
Sometimes mergers do offer better
services and lower prices, but it doesn’t
come natural as argued by Adam
Smith, the father of free markets. His
adage, that an ‘invisible hand’ protects
consumers so governments should
have no say over
proven so wrong so
often, that it’s sad
so many are still
play uniquely different
roles in a
need to stay in
industries that are
profitable and sustainable,
governments have gone too far.
When businesses weld so much
power over government legislation and
policies that competition for essential
services is seriously weakened or the
long-term health and safety of citizens
is jeopardized, then businesses have
gone too far.
Clean water and connectivity are
Politicians have a tough job, made
even tougher by the power of the corporation
and its well-financed lobbying
efforts that tenuously strive to turn
politicians into their stooges.
It evermore highlights the importance
of government institutions, such
as the Competition Bureau, which is
often the last line of defence in protecting
us from Adam Smith’s
dysfunctional ‘invisible hand’.
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Solution lies in
practices: Part Two
The first part of this article
appeared Feb 25, 2021, pg. 4 titled,
‘Solution lies in amending our agricultural
practices’, ending with a ‘to be
Due to miscommunication, the continuation
was delayed till now.
Dr. Christine Jones from Australia
claims that at any given point in time
agricultural soils around the world
are bare ground, not one of the soil
Dr. Walter Jehne, a retired climatologist
also from Australia, claims that
farming practices in Western
Cold coffee leftovers
by Lois Perepelitz of was the old wood burning cook
We had a power outage in east central
Alberta recently and it
They didn’t have Keurig
really made me see how
coffee makers or microwave
very spoiled we are and how
ovens; they didn’t have central
dependent we are on
heating, they might have had a
big old coal furnace in the
As I was sitting under
basement, but everybody had a
layers of blankets and
wood burning cook stove.
drinking cold coffee left
First thing in the morning
over from the day before, I
they would get the fire going in
started wondering how they
the fire box and put the kettle
managed without power in
on for coffee. They would keep
the old days.
Perepelitz that fire going all day.
The first thing I thought
Australia (growing wheat in winter,
then leaving it fallow in summer) has
created a huge area of bare ground.
This has resulted in a large barometric
high that has shifted rainfall
In the last 50 years the wheat
growing area receives 12 per cent less
rain in summer and 19 per cent less in
His claim is that, instead of focussing
on CO2 emissions, we should
focus on repairing the water cycle.
Water is a much bigger greenhouse gas
He gives quite a technical description
of how humid hazes are replacing
rain clouds as a result of 3.5 billion
tons of dust particles that are emitted
into the atmosphere each year mostly
from agricultural soils.
Micro droplets of moisture form
around these particles which are too
fine to settle and too electrically
charged to develop into full blown rain
The U.S. and probably Canada loses
a bushel of soil for every bushel of
grain harvested either to wind or
The good news is, there are people
around the world who have learned
how to farm regeneratively by practicing
the soil health principles already
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Differing greatly in observations
It is interesting how people of like
minds in some things (belief in God,
Christ’s salvation) can differ so greatly
in their observations.
I read an article about President Joe
Biden being a God fearing man of
humility and thought... ‘That is not the
Joe Biden I observe on the news.’ Sure
he attends church regularly but
church attendance does not automatically
translate into Christianity.
My interpretation of the Bible says
that a God fearing man would not
approve of abortion on demand and if
in position of authority would not
approve the funding of abortion wherever
He would not enrich himself and his
family through his position, he would
not subserve his country to China and
the World Health Organization (WHO).
President Trump on appearances
did not meet the guidelines of a God
fearing man but was pro life and pro
Jimmy Carter was another God
fearing man but not enough to heed
God’s word “ I will bless those who
bless you and curse those who curse
you,” referring to Israel.
He also held the title of most incompetent
president until the present.
That title is in jeopardy with Joe in the
President Carter presided over the
Iran hostage crisis where Iran held the
American hostages for 444 days.
The hostages were released minutes
after President Reagan was sworn into
President Reagan also presided over
the tearing down of the Berlin Wall
and the dismantling of the Soviet
He fired the air traffic controllers
who thought that drawing on President
Carter’s weakness they could face
down President Reagan. They were
wrong. This started the era of Reagan
economics which resulted in economic
recovery and the realization that big
government was not the solution but a
big part of the problem.
A sad lesson that Canada and the
USA seem determined to learn again.
Those of us who are older are seeing
again how government is the problem,
just as Reagan said.
The Liberals prorogued the
Canadian Parliament, have not presented
a budget for two years, have
Unanswered questions so far
Why are we still wearing masks?
Shouldn’t we be able to tell who has
had COVID, or who has been vaccinated,
by their lack of masks?
If masks work, why are the highest
number of COVID cases still in the
cities where masks have been mandated
since last October?
Besides re-breathing our own
carbon dioxide, what other foreign
substances are we breathing in from
those blue “surgical” masks?
Are masks just a fashion accessory
and symbol of our fear of criticism?
Why are we critical of city
churches who have met for months
without COVID cases, but feel free to
travel to the city to mingle in Costco
instead of shopping at our stores in
our small towns where COVID numbers
How can Jason Kenney justify
spending 2.5 million tax dollars on
COVID advertising when Albertans
spent foolishly and dared the opposition
parties to defeat their minority
government as they know the handout
dependant electorate will return them
The Americans are no better as they
watch the Biden Democrats acquiesce
to the teachers unions and throw
money into the sinkhole of “infrastructure
spending” of which only five per
cent of spending is slated for infrastructure,
the rest for social
Both governments need a lesson in
Reaganomics as they are setting us up
for hyper inflation and high interest
continue to suffer job and business
losses and the provincial deficit
Why do our government leaders
put their faith in unelected “health
officers”, trained only in community
health, while dismissing Dr. Modry,
Alberta’s heart and lung transplant
pioneer, and the over 50,000 medical
experts who have signed the Great
Why are Jason Kenney and Deena
Hinshaw afraid to debate Lt.-Col.
Redman, Dr. Modry, and Dr. Roger
Hodkinson to defend their “science”?
Why has Jason Kenney scoffed at
“The Great Reset’, but appears to
support it in the moth-balled taxpayer-funded
Nemeth Report (which
can be found on Google)?
Why is Jason Kenney assisting
Trudeau’s “reset” of Canada instead
of standing up for Alberta?
Do we have the courage to stand
for an Alberta strong and free or will
rates as we saw in the 1980’s.
The Biden Democrats used mail in
ballots with no voter identification verification
to win the Presidency and
with HR1 Plan, (a 791 page Democratic
plant to rewrite how elections are regulated
in the US), to enshrine the
process, hardly the actions of a God
The ‘woke and cancel culture’ people
are currently running the show but
if the faithful follow the instructions
laid out in 2 Corinthians 7:14 things
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Sense of humour
and hard worker
The family of Charles (Spitz) Francis
Cassidy is heartbroken to announce
the passing of their husband, father,
brother and uncle.
Spitz was born on July 15, 1935 at the
Cassidy Farm in the Linda Hall area
near Stettler, Alta. and lived his entire
life in the Stettler and Donalda area.
Spitz received his nickname very
early in life because of his little Spitz
breed dog that followed him
He passed away peacefully
on March 31, 2021.
On Feb. 1, 1955 he married
Aleta Ann Smith and together,
on a ranch east of Donalda,
they raised six children: Gwen
(Robert Robinson) and children
Lee, Jace (Melanie), Lisa
and Shane (Julia); Greg
(Margaret) and children
Curtis (Shannon), Cody
(Tanya) and Kirby (Dustin);
John (Betty Ann) and children Shanon
(Kyle), Bo (Chelsea), Charly (Reid) and
Guy (Cherisse); Connie and children
Cal (Nichole), Marcie (Brent), Luke
(Celene) and Ty; Debbie (Rick
Shepherd) and children Charlotte
(Robert), Nolan (Myranda) and Joel
(Kerri); Rose (Blake Butterfield) and
children Kelsy, Cole (Lacey) and Reid
Cumulatively these 21 grandchildren
have added another 52
great-grandchildren to the family tree;
A truly remarkable legacy.
Next to his family there was nothing
Spitz loved more than horses and
rodeo and he fostered that love in his
He was well known for his sense of
humour and sharp wit. He was an
extremely hard worker and took great
pride in a job well done.
Spitz will be missed so much by
Aleta, his wife of 66 years, his children
and grandchildren along with their
spouses his great-grandchildren;
brothers Al, Frank
(Carline), and Bill; sistersin-law
Gwen and Gayle, as
well as numerous nieces,
nephews and in-laws.
Spitz was predeceased by
his eldest grandson Lee on
Jan. 6, 2021; brothers
Leonard (Buzz), Terrence
(Ned), John and sister-inlaw
Nancy and Lyle; sister
Joyce, sister-in-law Stella
and parents Tom and
Genevieve (Viv) Cassidy.
As per Spitz’s wishes there will not
be a funeral service. Restrictions permitting,
there will be a celebration of
life for Spitz at a later date.
Donations may be made to the
Stettler Hospital Foundation (https://
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Condolences can be sent to the
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Bennie was the fifth child born to
Jacob and Pauline (Schrader) Kary on
Sept. 6, 1930 at Hemaruka, Alta.
Bennie married Shirley Caseley on
July 4, 1956 and together they raised
their two children, Weldon and Susan
on their farm in front of the
Nose Hills, seven miles
north of Veteran, Alta.
While on the farm, the
family lived a healthy,
wholesome lifestyle and
enjoyed the fruits of their
In 1984 they sold the farm
to Susan and Howard Bye
and moved into the village
of Veteran into their new
house that Ben built.
Ben kept some land north of town
where he raised horses for a number of
Ben had a fantastic workshop filled
to the rafters with tools he acquired
over the years.
He restored wagons, sleighs and harness.
He rebuilt antique tractors and
made bird houses for the kindergarten
He was involved in the community
and helped to build many things
around the village over the years.
Ben loved his five grandchildren and
four great grandchildren, and they
Bennie passed away very peacefully
in Coronation Hospital on March 25th,
2021 at the age of 90 years. He
remained in his home up to just a few
days prior to his passing.
Bennie leaves behind his wife of 65
years Shirley and his son Weldon as
well as four grandchildren, Daniel
(Jessica) Kary, Steven Kary, Julia
(Paul) Denyer, Kyle (Robin) Bye; four
great grandchildren Eve Bye,
Emma Denyer, Fletcher Bye
and the newest – his namesake
Jacob Bennie Denyer.
He leaves behind one
brother Richard Kary and two
sisters Edna Caseley and
He was predeceased by his
father Jake in 1974; mother
Pauline in 1936 as well as two
brothers William and Herbert
and two sisters Helen and
Linda; his beautiful granddaughter
Patricia Bye in 2002 and loving
daughter Susan Kary Bye in 2008 and
in 2017 his daughter-in-law Diana
At Bennie’s request there will be no
Contributions in memory of Bennie
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Society or STARS.
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Morrin Fire Department had a busy
Easter weekend with two call-outs on
Sat. April 3.
Starting the afternoon off, the crew
assisted Rumsey Fire Department
with a medium-sized grass fire in the
south east corner of their division.
Morrin members noticed the smoke
so they self-dispatched at approximately
3:30 p.m to the situation to
ensure safety with these dry conditions
the prairies are facing.
“We just felt that the more hands on
deck the better, due to conditions,” said
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The crew was back in service at
approximately 9 p.m.
As they were cleaning up from this
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fire northwest of Morrin.
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Inventor and creator throughout his lifetime
Lawrence Harvey Empey (Larry)
was born at home in Swalwell, Alta. to
John and Mae Empey on July 28, 1942
and passed away on March 25, 2021 at
the Three Hills Health Centre after a
full and interesting life.
With his inquisitive mind,
he invented many fascinating
things and was interested in
all things mechanical. He was
also an artist at heart, creating
beautiful works of
Larry attended school in
Swalwell and Acme followed
by SAIT where he began his
career as a heavy-duty
He then went to work with
Finning on the west coast followed by
years in the high arctic. Many of us
were fortunate to hear his fascinating
stories from this time.
He then returned to the Swalwell
area to farm while also working at
A handsome red-headed bachelor,
Larry didn’t stay a bachelor for long
marrying Myrna Gore Price and
becoming a beloved part of
He had a natural ability
with the grandchildren and
on his knee listening to his
booming voice was always a
safe place to be for the little
Larry was a prankster
who loved a good practical
joke and many of us were
the recipients of his fun.
His Christmas light display
delighted friends in the winter as did
campfires in the perfectly manicured
yard during summer.
Larry and Myrna enjoyed attending
curling championships in various
places, but a highlight trip was a riverboat
cruise they took on the MacKenzie
River to Inuvik, seeing many places he
had been years before.
Larry leaves behind his three stepsons,
Kevin (Linda) Price, Mitch (Beth)
Price, Scott Price (Shay MacNeil), eight
grandchildren and 15
He also leaves behind sisters
Lorraine Chapman and Shelley
Wilkinson, brother Ralph (Jean)
Empey, brothers-in-law Larry Pondick
and Blaine (Sharon) Gore as well as a
large extended family.
He was predeceased by his wife
Myrna, parents John and Mae Empey,
parents-in-law Wes and Marjorie
Gore, sister Marjorie Pondick and
brothers-in-law Charles Chapman,
Larry Wilkinson and Ronald Gore.
Enjoyed many hobbies and sports
Oct. 10, 1941 – March 24, 2021
Barb Cheney passed away peacefully
on March 24, 2021 at the Long-Term
Care facility in Hanna at the age of 79.
Barb was born on Oct. 10, 1941 to
George and Daisy Hansen,
one of seven children on the
family farm at Square Deal,
She was a devoted wife to
Ralph and mother of five
She enjoyed her hobbies of
sewing, quilting, baking and
In her earlier years she
enjoyed softball and was a
strong supporter of her boy’s
pursuits in hockey.
Barb really enjoyed curling, golfing,
fishing and waterskiing as well as
being an avid sports fan.
Barb and her husband Ralph travelled
to various destinations after
She loved her grandchildren and
great-grandchildren, leaving us beautiful
Barb was deeply loved by her family
and all that knew her.
Barb is survived by her children
Anne (Terry) Dell, Gordon
(Donna) Cheney, Brad (Sheri)
Cheney, Troy Cheney, and
Leasa (Brad) Zukewich.
She is also survived by her
grandchildren Melissa (Jarret)
Sperling, Heather (Scott)
Jeschke, Mike (Nikki) Dell,
Shannon (Josh) Hoetmer, Russ
(Shayla) Cheney, Ashley
Cheney, Terri (Tyler) Cheney,
Jamie (Grady) Cheney,
Katelyn Zukewich, Madison
Zukewich and six great-grandchildren.
Also surviving are sister’s Elsie
Munro and Virginia Collins, sister-inlaw’s
Linda Hansen and Ev Cheney, as
well as numerous nieces and nephews.
She was predeceased by her first
husband Emil Radke and later her
second husband of 49 years, Ralph
Kind and generous soul
In loving memory of
Wendy Lynne Dafoe
(1956 - 2021)
It is with great sadness the family of
Wendy Dafoe announce her passing at
the Coronation Hospital on
Feb. 14, 2021 with her
family at her side.
Wendy is survived by her
loving husband, Jim, their
three children, Tyler Dafoe
(Ciara), Kelli-Ann King
(Rus), and Crystal Dafoe
(Shawn), 10 grandchildren;
She is also survived by
her mother, Evelyn
Campbell, three brothers,
Collin, Ian and Neil Campbell, several
uncles, aunts, cousins, nieces, nephews
and many friends.
She was pre-deceased by one
brother, Murray Campbell, her father,
Bill Campbell, her father and motherin-law,
Fred and Ann Dafoe, Veteran,
Alta. and two brothers-in-law, Carson
and Dennis Dafoe.
Wendy deeply loved her family and
many many friends. She was loved and
admired in return.
Wendy was a kind and generous soul
and always willing to lend a helping
hand to anyone. The community of
Coronation and surrounding area considered
Wendy a valued member of the
The Town of Coronation is having a
bronze plaque made in her honour for
her dedication to installing the fountain
at the campground and
beautifying the campground
with her many many floral displays
Wendy and Jim owned and
operated the Dafood Catering
Services for several years.
Everyone loved the wonderful
meals Wendy prepared for
many weddings, and other
They also served food from
the booth in the Coronation
arena during hockey games,
and sometimes for curling bonspiels.
Wendy loved to cook, especially
for her family.
There are so many lives she
touched in a positive way
So many memories that bring
And show the wonderful
person she was.
So many stories about how
she made a difference
Or made someone’s day.
So many hearts that are
Because she was here,
because she was loved.
Wendy will be greatly missed
by all who knew her.
Cheney; parents George and Daisy
Hansen, sisters Jean Griffith, Gwen
Spence, Georgia Spence, and brother
Due to COVID restrictions, a private
ceremony was held for family on
Thurs. April 1, 2021.
Interment will occur at the Hanna
Cemetery at a later date.
If desired, donations in memory of
Barb can be made
to the Hanna
Box 23, Hanna,
AB, T0J 1P0.
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Notice is hereby given that the following
Development Permit Application has been
DP2105 Tim Smith NE 26-38-9-W4
Replacement of Residence w Mobile Home
Any person claiming to be affected by such
decision may appeal by giving Notice in
writing to the Secretary, Subdivision and
Development Appeal Board, County of
Paintearth No. 18, Box 509 Castor, AB T0C
0X0 not later than 4:30 p.m., April 23,
2021. The Notice must contain the reason
for the appeal and pursuant to Bylaw
No. 580-09 Include the $400.00 fee.
Dated: April 1, 2021
CARD OF THANKS
Along with my extended
family, I want to
express our sincere
gratitude and thanks
to all who greeted us
with kind words on the
street and workplace.
The hugs, smiles,
tears and encouragement,
both during the
time of Herman’s illness
and following his
passing were very
much appreciated by
all of us. Thank you to
the people of Castor
and area who attended
evening Mass. You
gave me strength to
get through a very difficult
day. Knowing of
the many prayers for
Herman and for us
was touching and
heart warming. The
cards, letters, phone
calls and e-mails were
To know so very many
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means a lot to us. In
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Town of Coronation
The Town of Coronation is seeking tenders for the
Campground Attendant position at the February
28th, 2021 Regular Meeting of Council. Council
wished to move forward with accepting
applications or tenders on the
Campground managers position.
This will be a Three-year contract that will span
from May 1st, 2021, to October 31st, 2023. Must
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County of Paintearth No. 18
NOTICE OF DEVELOPMENT HEARINGS
TUESDAY APRIL 20, 2021
#1 Crowfoot Crossing Industrial Park
County of Paintearth, AB
The County has given 1st readings to 2 planning bylaws:
1) Bylaw 698-21 to replace the Land Use Bylaw 593-09; and
2) Bylaw 699-21 Area Structure Plan Bylaw for the Fleet Rail Lands.
In accordance with the Municipal Government Act Section 606, the
County shall cause to be held a PUBLIC HEARING at the noted time
11:30 AM Fleet Rail Lands Area Structure Plan Bylaw 699-21
1:00 PM Land Use Bylaw 698-21
The proposed bylaws and documents are available for viewing on the
County website at www.countypaintearth.ca or at the County Office,
#1 Crowfoot Crossing Industrial Park at Hwy #12 and Twp Rd 374.
Anyone who may be affected or claim to be affected by the above
proposed plans or bylaws may make an oral* or written
presentation at the above noted hearing, or submit a written
presentation to the County of Paintearth, Box 509, Castor, AB T0C 0X0
or by fax 403-882-3560 no later than 4:30 pm on Friday April 16, 2021.
*Details on the oral presentations for the public hearings will be
published on the County website prior to the hearing and subject to the
current covid regulations pertaining to public gatherings.
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6602 - 44 Ave., Box 1270
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Gravel Road Dust Reduction Program
Applications are now being accepted for the County of Stettler gravel
road dust reduction program and will be received until April 16, 2021
at 4:30pm by calling 403-742-4441, ext 145 during regular office hours.
Payment is due prior to the start of any work.
Three products will be offered for 2021 (GST included in price):
200 meter length 300 meter length 400 meter length
Calcium $1,612.80 $2,419.20 $3,225.60
(trial product) $2,856.00 $4,284.00 $5,712.00
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12 April 8'21 HANNA/CORONATION/STETTLER, AB. AGRICULTURE
Producers concerned after carbon tax ruling
Following the Supreme Court of
Canada ruling Thurs. March 25
affirming the constitutionality of the
federal carbon tax, Team Alberta is
calling on the Government of Alberta
to take a leadership role in creating a
‘Made in Alberta’ climate plan that
will ensure the economic sustainability
of Alberta farmers.
Team Alberta – a collaboration of
Alberta Barley, Alberta Canola,
Alberta Pulse Growers and the
Alberta Wheat Commission – notes
that without offsetting measures
Canadian farmers will become uncompetitive
in international markets due
to a carbon tax, which is set to reach
$170 per tonne by 2030.
In turn, this threatens the affordability
of Canada’s domestic food
Roughly 80 per cent of Alberta’s crop
production is exported.
The crop sector has made significant
contributions to the reduction of
greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions
through the adoption of minimum
tillage and precision farming
Western Canadian crop farmers
have continually enriched their agricultural
Since the year 2000, Alberta soils
have sequestered more carbon than
Additionally, the Alberta
Conservation Cropping Protocol is set
to expire at the end of 2021, which
removes one of the few programs that
acknowledges farmers for their positive
contributions to the environment.
Team Alberta insists the provincial
government collaborates on the creation
of a new Soil Carbon
Enhancement Protocol so farmers can
be compensated for the carbon they
continue to sequester through soil
A price on carbon that is embedded
in a wide range of crop inputs and the
cost of transporting those commodities
to market, will put the livelihoods of
Alberta farmers in jeopardy.
Currently, the provincial and federal
governments have climate plan consultations
in progress, and Team Alberta
encourages both governments to
include agriculture as a vital industry
that is part of the climate change solution,
while ensuring the economic
viability of Canada’s food production.
In January 2020 – in the absence of a
federally approved provincial plan –
the federal carbon tax backstop was
imposed in Alberta.
The tax is currently at $30 per tonne
and is expected to climb until it hits
$170 tonne in 2030.
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A powerline may be the cause of a small 2-acre fire that happened in the Paintearth Valley
recently. The circled area shows where the fire burned to the tree line. Investigations are still
underway by ATCO.
On Sat. April 3, landowner Brian
Perreault was checking his pasture
when he found a two-acre patch of
scorched land on his property.
He explained to The Review that the
patch was found to have possibly
started by an ATCO powerline and
moved north before stopping.
His theory is that the fire ended
where there was still an area of snow
coverage along a tree line that gave
enough moisture to end it.
Perreault reported that he spoke
with ATCO about the situation who
then attended the scene that same day.
The Stettler Office shared that they
had patrolled this area by way of helicopter
on Tues. March 30 and found
nothing of concern leaving the
window for the fire to start between
March 30 to April 3.
No neighbours have reported seeing
the fire indicating it may have started
According to Perreault ATCO investigated
the site on Tues. April 6 but
The Review was unable to receive the
results of this by press time.
Perreault added that he only has
access to 10 per cent of his land in the
valley by quad or by foot which makes
emergency situations difficult to
“It’s real concerning because they
[fires] could wipe out a guy’s livelihood
and there is no way that the fire
departments are ever going to put it
out,” he said.
“Where the last one was, at least it
was shallow as it was the beginning of
the coulee so they could get to it.
“Where this one happened, it was
three-quarters of a mile east of the
[Tinchebray] substation. There is not
much access down there to get to it.
“Until we are able to put fires out
with a quad, you’re not putting it out.”
“It’s always worrying to people in
the area and yet ATCO wants to
expand everything out here. I just
don’t understand it.”
“If it would have been in the fall
time there would have been no stopping
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DIRECTIONS FROM INTERSECTION OF HWY 56 & HWY 589 SOUTH OF BIG VALLEY, GO EAST TO HWY
851, THEN HEAD SOUTH 8 MILES TO RR 33-4, HEAD EAST 3.5 MILES FARM IS ON NORTH SIDE ROAD.
DIRECTIONS FROM HWY 9 & HWY 851, HEAD NORTH TO RR 33-4, THEN EAST 3.5 MILES FARM NORTH
1996 Case IH 7220 MFWA - Rear rubber 20.8R x 38 Front 420/85R 28, Triple Hydraulic, 3 point hitch, PTO, Cab, Air, Radio,
22 speed power shift transmission, 3248hrs comes with 720 loader, grapple and bucket electric over hydraulic
Case IH 5140 Diesel tractor MFWA - 18.4 x 38 rear, 14.9 x 34, Dual Hydraulic, PTO, 3 point hitch, Electric/ Hydraulic dual
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1967 Chev Tandem Grain truck with 20’ steel box & nordic hoist, 5 x 4 transmission, 427 gas engine, 1100 x 20 rubber all
around, saddle tanks, 72,252 miles. SN#ME631P1331541980 oldsmobile royal Broughan 4 door sedan Fully loaded.
SN#1G3HN52K8V48624152007 Buick Lucerne, 345,000kms, fully loaded. SN# 1G4D57207U131794 1977 Lincoln continental
460 4 barrel engine 1982 Ford econoline van XL1971 Ford custom 500 4 door sedan 1980 Chev half ton 4x4 as is with sprayer
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fully loaded, 6L vortec gas engine, New front end, Transmission is locked up and needs work. SN#
1GCGK13002F1484051964 Chev 3 ton truck, 327 gas engine, 900 x 20 single duals, 5x2 split transmission, 16’ wood box with
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single, Good deck condition, Single rails, SN# 1139777 18’ Banshee boat with 115 HP outboard motor12’ Aluminium boat
Hesston 8100 Haybine - Cab, Air, Radio, comes with 25’ Bat reel - 25’ header and pick up reel - 16’ two sickle mower
conditioner SN# 810T01471Gleaner L2 SP Combine, Allison diesel engine, 5 speed transmission, Cab, Air, Radio, 23.1 x
30 rubber - 1100 x 16 rear, Allison pickup and 24’ straight header with straw chopper. 10 reel Hydro V-rake2011 Case
IH 564 Round Baler- net wrap or auto tie, new belts. SN# YBN0472262006 Highline 8000 bale processor
SN#BP80004227 1991 Case IH 8460 Baler - Auto tie, New belts. SN# CFH005741939’ Flexi Coil 800 series air seeder comes
with 1610 air tank40’ IHC disc drills - comes with mover, has new discs 1980 NH 114 Haybine Mower/conditioner
SN#386099Buhler Inland 2500 Round 16 bale picker/hauler that loads from either side. SN# 06BM2500001Cable top well
drilling machine comes with bits and big and small heavy steels HM Hyd land leveler 16’ HM molehill leveler 32’ mobile
blade Imco 8’ 3 point hitch disc for garden50’ x 8” PTO Auger40’ x 7” PTO sakundiak Auger 60’ x 10” PTO
Bergen Auger HM Bale unroller IHC 12’ cultivator Sukup rotary grain cleaner8’ seeder tiller 7’ Wheel drive mower2 - 8’
disc10’ steel wheel spring cultivator Bottom plowBuzz saw blade12’ dump rake PTO swath turner JD Hydraulic rock picker
12’ seeder Sprayer booms 3pt hitch mower Single bale gathererHM canola roller Straw buncher with hydraulic push off
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gophenatorHD Cement mixer Small cement mixer 2 bundles 8’ smooth slabs Misc lumber B3 35 rod welder parts
Trailer ramps Used tractor and truck tires & rims Barker fertilizer spreader 100 gal slip tank B-line applicator tank
Hydraulic post hole digger 10” & 12” bit Radial arm saw 5 drill fill auger 2” water pump with 9 HP honda engine
Working windmill with turbine Windmill with water pumpUsed oil tank 500 gal HM motor lift Conventional motor lift
Assortment of sheet metal Metal plating Pipe stands with assortment of pipe Lincoln 300 power line welder Lincoln 225 AC
welder Lincoln Mig welder Shop hand tools wrenches, hammers, screwdrivers etcMechanic tool chest with
toolsPart press drill Hydraulic drill press Quick way valve grind set with stone & valve refacerHydraulic floor jacks
Prax air tanks with hose and regulator and torch Varsol tank & pump Herbicide tank/ weed sprayer with 11hp honda
engine.3 round bale feeders Portable platform scale 24 x 24’ panels8 x 9.5’ panels8’ panels Assortment of gates in
multiple sizes 2 cattle waterers Calf warmer Maternity pen Calf watererVet suppliesCattle blower, clippers, halters
combsGrooming chute Sheet metal bender Steel brake machine/ fan blade former Railroad iron Backhoe bucket HD pallet
fork Allied ride on tiller 2000 gal laydown fuel tank Misc shop and yard supplies Wood chipper with 3HP
motor.... plus so much more.
TERMS – Cash or Approved Cheque - Nothing removed until settled for.
Sales Reps: Gary Rairdan - 403-740-6823; Jim Abel - 403-740-9609; Crystal - 403-741-5850
Brad Lohr - 780-679-5500; Terry Silbernagel - 403-318-5873; Larry Stulberg - 403-740-3863
Auctioneers: Terry Silbernagel, Del Jordan
Cashier: Lona Benjamin
email: firstname.lastname@example.org website: www.stettlerauction.ab.ca
Lic. #003546 For Details Call 403-742-2368
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meets ahead of busy
2021 field season
The Special Areas Advisory Council
held their spring council meeting
March 24 and 31, meeting virtually in
recognition of current public health
Advisory Council formally approved
the 2021 road program as local road
committees had reviewed it earlier this
The continuing decline in assessment
was also discussed, along with
anticipated decreases in municipal
grant funding and other revenue pressures
over the next three years.
The group welcomed presenters
from the Starland Seed Cleaning Plant
who shared an update on the proposed
seed cleaning plant project.
The group welcomed MLA Nate
Horner who shared his insights on
Council commended MLA Horner
for his hard work advocating for the
region and congratulated him on his
new role on the Treasury Board.
The group shared their concerns on
municipal finances, especially considering
decreasing provincial funding,
declining assessment, rising levels of
uncollected taxes, and increasing costs
like provincial policing.
The focus on finding efficiencies and
controlling costs was a consistent priority
for the group, as well as ensuring
sustainable requisitions levels for
municipalities in the region.
Some highlights included the expression
of interest process for the Oyen
Railyard and the AHS partnership
project in Oyen supporting new
dementia and assisted living beds.
As a result of public health restrictions,
the 2020 annual ratepayer
meetings were moved online in place
of traditional in-person meetings.
The group recognized annual ratepayer
meetings are critical for
residents to have an opportunity to
engage locally with elected officials
Advisory council directed administration
to determine the most effective
way to support local engagement for
2021 ratepayer meetings while still
respecting current public health
October’s general municipal election
was also discussed, with key changes
to provincial legislation presented
which will impact this municipal
The next meeting of the Special
Areas Advisory Council will be held
LAND FOR SALE BY TENDER
Tenders are invited for the purchase of the following property from Heritage Hills Livestock
Ltd.(Julie Hebbes) located SE of Donalda, AB in Stettler County.
A. HERITAGE HILLS LIVESTOCK LTD. is selling up to 4 quarter sections of land. The
owner is accepting tenders on the following:
1. The sale of 2 full quarter sections (+/-320 acres) legally described as the East Half
(NE&SE) of 19-41-17 W4th; or
2. The sale of 4 full quarter sections (more or less), being the entire Section of 19-41-
17 W4th, less a proposed subdivision of approximately +/- 45 acres to the South
West portion of the South West quarter. The total area being sold is approximately
+/-600 acres. A map is below showing the approximate location of the subdivision
and the land being sold.
The sale of these lands is to terms and conditions hereinafter mentioned:
•Unless otherwise agreed upon by the owner, the land is being sold AS IS, WHERE IS
and without warranties. Tenders must rely on their own research and inspection of the
property and confirm acres, assessments and other particulars.
•Buyer is responsible for all costs associated with registration of the land Transfer.
•Municipal taxes will be adjusted.
•The deposits of all unsuccessful tenders will be returned to them forthwith after closing
•Should the owner accept an offer with respect to the 2 quarters only then prior to closing
an access easement will be registered against the SE 19-41-17 W4th allowing access to the
SW 19-41-17 W4th.
•The title to the NE quarter 19-41-17 W4th includes the rights to the coal and other
mines and minerals. All other parcels exclude mines and minerals.
•If the successful tenderer does not complete the purchase after acceptance of their
tender, their deposit shall be forfeited to the seller.
•If you are interested in purchasing these properties please provide your highest and best
tender to Julie Hebbes, RR 1, Donalda, AB. T0B 1H0 to be received on or before 12:00
o’clock, noon, of April 30, 2021. If your offer is accepted, then the owner will contact you
to discuss a formal offer to purchase and other closing procedures. The form of tender
must indicate your contact information, purchase price, any condition precedents,
whether you are offering to purchase the 2 quarter sections or the 4 quarter sections as
described above, the amount of deposit offered, and the closing date for the sale must be
June 30, 2021. The successful tender must pay the balance of the purchase price, plus GST
unless the tenderer is a GST registrant.
•Delivery of your tender does not bind the owner(s) in any way whatsoever. The
owner not obligated to accept the highest nor any offer. The owner(s) may reject any
or all tenders. Tenders will not be opened in public. The owner will only be bound by
their signature on a formal Offer to Purchase, which they may decline to execute any
reason whatsoever, including no reason.
If you have any questions or wish to make any further inquires on this land please contact
Julie Hebbes at 403-883-2264.
HOME QUARTER FOR SALE BY TENDER
COUNTY OF STETTLER
The Estate of Oris Allen Rider is offering the above parcel legally
described as SW•3•40•20•W4 for sale by tender.
The described land contains 155.48 acres and is located immediately
North of Secondary Highway 601. The parcel exhibits rolling
topography. It is comprised of approximately 123.48 acres of
cultivated land, hayland and pasture, 29 acres of trees and slough
and 3 acres of yard site with treed area to the North and East of the
residence. Bidder to confirm allocation of acreage. Views from the
residence are to the South and West.
The residence is a well appointed and well maintained 1,520 sq.
ft. manufactured home constructed in 2005. Outbuildings on the
property include a 40’ x 80’ shop with a single 21’ x 14’ overhead
door. A 26’ 6” x 40’ portion of the shop is heated by radiant heat. The
parcel includes one metal storage shed measuring 11.5’ x 19.5’. The
landscaped yard site is framed by a 4-pole wooden fence and the
balance of the quarter has line-fenced perimeter.
60 cultivated acres are currently under tenancy for the 2021 season.
Further particulars or viewing may be arranged upon request by
contacting Nancy Rider at (403) 304-1087 or Murray Rider at (403)
Sealed or facsimile tenders to be submitted by noon on May 7, 2021
to the offices of:
Doyle Rivet Lawyers
Attention: Eron M. Doyle
121, 5301 – 43 Street Red Deer, Alberta, T4N 1C8
Ph: (403) 967 – 1220 Fax: (403) 967 – 1221
Vendor’s tender forms available on request but not required. Closing
of land sales shall occur not more than 30 days following tender
Highest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
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April is National
Dig Safe month
Why take the risk?
pretty sure where the
and pipelines are on your
But would you settle
for “pretty sure” when it
comes to turning off a
breaker, or putting your
hand into a piece of
Make sure by visiting
before you dig.
Medical students paid $6M over
three years to work in rural Alberta
Really spoiled with our modern stoves
Cont’d from Pg 6
Many days there would be a pot of
beans or stew simmering on the back
of the stove for hours. Those beans or
that stew don’t seem to taste as good
done on any other stove.
Most stoves had a water reservoir at
the side giving you warm water all day
for washing hands and faces.
In winter the oven door would often
be open and covered in wet wool mittens
The stove was the first place you
went when you came in from the cold
and you wanted to get warm fast.
These stoves were not all ‘easy
peasy’. They were actually a lot of
First you had to split the wood you
needed and empty all the ashes from
from the previous day was a daily
The women of the house would pride
themselves on keeping their stove
looking clean and new. To do this they
Cont’d from Pg 6
where I stand.
Living roots in the soil, minimum At least by focusing on a greener
disturbance, multi species, armour on planet, that is, more healthy green
the surface and incorporating livestock
plants, we could inadvertently cool the
where possible, these farmers earth through better insulation on the
are rebuilding soil rather than
soil surface as well as through
are old enough
degrading it, as in the past.
that I wouldn’t
Increasing organic matter in the soil As a farmer, my two biggest inputs try to pass myself
greatly increases water holding are CO2 and water. Anyone who suggests
off as a practising
capacity at approximately 25,000 gallons
taxing either input is against scientist but I
per acre per one per cent added food production.
think I’ve still
Someone involved in manufacturing made valid
Some of these leaders have added six artificial meat in the name of saving observations.
per cent organic matter which makes the planet is really out there.
them much less at risk of droughts, or This is some thoughts from a
3” wide version 3.75” wide version
floods for that
carbon taxes and
other ways to
We can’t even
agree whether to
cool the planet or
warm it up. After
minus 30 – 40
winter, I know
The funds will be used over three
years to help students pay for the costs
of medical school.
In exchange, students will complete
residency training in rural Alberta
and agree to practise in a rural Alberta
community when their schooling is
The Rural Health Professions Action
Plan (RhPAP) will administer the new
Return of Service Agreement program.
RhPAP is a trusted and experienced
organization that for the past 30 years
has supported the efforts of rural
Albertans to maintain an accessible
health workforce close to home.
RhPAP will consult with rural partners
to determine program details,
which will be announced at a later
Alberta Health is spending about $90
million this year to address rural physician
recruitment and retention.
With the additional investment,
RhPAP funding will increase to nearly
$9 million annually.
“RhPAP’s demonstrated expertise
administering support programs for
present and future rural physicians
makes this initiative an ideal fit for our
organization, and reinforces our role
as a trusted and collaborative partner
for rural Alberta communities and
Alberta’s medical schools.” said Dr.
Gavin Parker, RhPAP board chair.
RhPAP is a non-profit organization
established in 1991 by the Alberta
Originally, it focused on supporting
practising rural physicians, but has
since grown to be a broader rural community
health workforce attraction
and retention resource, an ally with
Alberta’s medical schools, and a collaborative
partner for rural Alberta
would get a block of stove black and
scrub and polish that stove top until it
was so shiny black that you could see
yourself in it.
On top of all that, the stove pipes
needed to be cleaned on a regular
basis. This would be an all day thing,
taking the pipes apart and brushing
them out, then cleaning the mess that
Coming home from an afternoon of
shopping or visiting, the first thing you
did was get that stove going so you
could make the evening meal.
We really are spoiled with our
modern stoves a quick wipe with the
dishcloth and the top is nice and clean.
We don’t even have to clean the oven
on some stoves with their self-cleaning
When we want heat, we just push a
button or turn a dial. It is all wonderful
until the power goes out.
The day our power was out, I ended
up going and sitting in my car to get
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Tolerant Soft White Wheat
CDC Bow – Barley
AC Morgan – Oat
communities trying to achieve greater
access to health care.
Seventy-two per cent of rural family
medicine program graduates from the
University of Alberta and 66 per cent
from the University of Calgary are
practising in rural and regional
Fifty-seven per cent of Rural
Integrated Community Clerkship program
graduates from the University of
Alberta and 66 per cent from the
University of Calgary are practising in
rural/remote and regional
Through the program, third-year
medical students are placed in rural
communities to gain experience and
According to the Canadian Institute
for Health Information, Alberta had
about 800 rural physicians in 2019.
warm and charge my phone. That
heated steering wheel sure felt good on
my cold hands.
I was feeling better but my dogs
were looking at me and wondering if I
had forgotten how to drive the car.
I was out there for a few hours when
my cousin texted me and told me she
had power. This was good but I decided
to stay in the car until I knew my
power was back on.
I figured I would be able to tell by
seeing the bars come back onto my
phone. I sat there for about 20 minutes
waiting and wondering why my power
was not coming on then I remembered
that the night before when the power
was going off and on I had unplugged
my computer and wifi. I had to go
inside and plug that back in to get the
Three minutes after I did that, I was
drinking hot coffee and sending all
kinds of ‘blessings’ to the ATCO work
Rebuilding rather than degrading soil
semi-retired farmer with too much
time on his hands. I do have a couple
of 50 year old science degrees collecting
the wall. They
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Alliance Community Hall
Please RVSP to 780-879-3927
COVID rules apply
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Tues., April 13, 7:00 p.m.
Castor Community Centre
Please plan on attending
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As per current COVID
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in an Emergency
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26. What happens
to cattle and other
animals in a fire
or other disaster?
Planning for these
events is crucial.
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As part of the provincial government’s
Rural Alberta Provincial
Integrated Defence (RAPID) Response
initiative, Alberta’s fish and wildlife
officers are now available to help the
RCMP answer emergency and highpriority
calls when requested.
RAPID Response will help authorities
arrive at the scene of an
emergency more quickly by giving
peace officers the Alberta Sheriffs dispatch,
which includes Fish and
Wildlife Enforcement Services, the
ability to respond to a wider range of
“Rural Albertans told us loud and
clear that it can take too long for help
to arrive in their communities. With
RAPID Response, highly trained and
professional peace officers will work
across rural Alberta to answer the call
when police need help to save precious
minutes in an emergency,” said
Kaycee Madu, Minister of Justice and
Under RAPID Response, fish and
wildlife officers are able to respond to
requests from the RCMP to be first at
the scene of an emergency in cases
where they are closer than the police.
Fish and wildlife officers will also
respond to RCMP requests for backup,
which could involve helping the police
locate suspects or preserve a crime
Communications officers at the
Alberta Sheriffs dispatch centre will
also play a vital role in RAPID
Response, by ensuring a reliable link
with the RCMP when the two agencies
respond to an incident together.
Preparations are also underway for
members of the Sheriff Highway
Patrol to perform RAPID Response
functions later this year.
Approximately 260 traffic sheriffs
are being trained to investigate a
wider range of calls, including
Giving traffic sheriffs the authority
to handle more incidents on provincial
highways will allow the RCMP to
leave more officers on patrol and available
to respond to higher-priority
RAPID Response currently covers
most areas of rural Alberta policed by
The provincial government is also
holding a series of meetings with First
Nations and Métis leaders to determine
their interest and earn their
support before expanding RAPID
Response to their communities.
Note: Fish & Wildlife offices in the
distribution area of the ECA Review in
east central Alberta are located in
Drumheller, Hanna, Oyen, Provost,
Stettler, Camrose and Red Deer.
DAVE & LINDA
of STROME, AB.
of Gate STROME, Sign: 43111 – Hwy. #856
Gate Sign: SW-12-43-15-W4
43111 – Hwy. #856
LOCATION: From the Highway #13 & Highway #856 intersection SW-12-43-15-W4
at Strome go 13 ½
km LOCATION: km south on on Highway From the #856 Highway OR from #13 & Forestburg Highway #856 go 12 intersection km north on at at Highway Strome go go #856. 13 13 ½
km km south on on Highway #856 OR from Forestburg go 12 km north on Highway #856.
PREVIEWING OF ITEMS TIMED ONLINE BIDDING WILL
START PREVIEWING ON TUESDAY, OF ITEMS APRIL & TIMED 13 AT ONLINE 10 AM BIDDING BIDS START WILL
START CLOSING ON TUESDAY, ON TUESDAY, APRIL 13 APRIL AT 10 20 AM AT & 10 BIDS AMSTART
TRACTORS CLOSING ON TUESDAY, TILLAGE & SEEDING APRIL 20 GRAIN AT TRUCKS 10 AM& VEHICLE
GRAIN TRUCKS VEHICLE
●2010 Flexi-Coil 5000HD 57 ft. air drill w/
●2010 Flexi-Coil 5000HD 57 ft. air drill w/ ●2011 International Durastar 4400 t/a grain
Flexi-coil ●2010 Flexi-Coil 4350 4305000HD bushel 357 compartment
ft. air drill w/
●2010 truck w/ 20 ft. steel box & hoist, 85,777 km,
tow Flexi-coil Flexi-Coil
between 4350 tank, 4305000HD 20,136 bushel 57
ft. air drill w/
●2011 International Durastar 4400 t/a grain
double truck ●2011 automatic, w/ International 20 Maxxforce ft. steel box Durastar
DT & hoist, 4400
300 hp. 85,777 t/a
diesel, km, grain
Flexi-coil air ride
shoot, tow between 4350
10” spacing tank, 430
w/ 20,136 bushel
4” Stealth acres, 3 compartment
openers, double automatic, truck w/ 20 suspension, Maxxforce ft. steel box
11R22.5 DT &
tires, 300 hoist,
remote hp. 85,777 diesel, km,
rubber shoot, between
capped 10” spacing tank, 20,136
packers, w/ 4” levelling Stealth acres, openers, double
for endgate air ride
harrows. suspension, automatic, Maxxforce & hoist, axle 11R22.5 weight guage, tires, DT 300 remote hp. diesel,
roll tarp, for 1 endgate air ride
●1997 New Holland 9682 4WD tractor, ●International rubber 10” capped spacing
24 packers, w/ 4”
ft. vibrashank levelling Stealth openers, harrows.
field & suspension, hoist, axle weight 11R22.5 guage, tires, roll remote tarp, for 1 owner.
●1997 New 360
hp.motor, 9682 3,845
●International capped packers,
w/ 3 bar
24 ft. harrows,
vibrashank levelling harrows.
& hoist, axle weight guage, roll tarp, 1 owner.
cultivator w/ deep
3 24 bar ft.
Cummins w/ bar
4 hyd’s., 360 hp.motor,
air drill 4WD
return hours, hydraulic.
280 hp., 7,125 harrows,
deep 3 bar
cultivator 7” spacing.
duals, ●1981 4 Versatile hyd’s., air 875 drill 4WD fan return tractor, hydraulic. 280 hp., 7,125
hours, 4 hyd’s., 20.8 X 38 duals, air drill ready. harrows, 41’, deep 12” spacing, tillage walking cultivator beam w/ axles.
●1981 hours, Versatile 4 hyd’s., 20.8 875 4WD X 38 duals, tractor, air 280 drill hp., ready.
7,125 ●Cockshutt harrows, 247 14 ft. deep tillage cultivator.
●1976 John Deere 4430 tractor, 126 hp., 2WD,
●Cockshutt 41’, 247 12” spacing, 14 ft. deep walking tillage beam cultivator.
hours, ●1976 4 John hyd’s., Deere 20.8 4430 X 38 tractor, duals, air 126 drill hp., ready.
●Farm ●Cockshutt King 70 ft. harrows, heavy duty
18.4-38 duals, 11,714 hours, 2 new style waspi
●Farm King 247 70 ft. 14 harrows, ft. deep tillage heavy cultivator.
●1976 18.4-38 John duals, Deere 11,714 4430 hours, tractor, 2 new 126 style hp., waspi 2WD, drawbar, ●Farm 5 bar bent tine harrows.
drawbar, King 5 bar 70 bent ft. harrows, tine harrows. heavy duty
SCV 18.4-38 hyd. outlets,powershift, 540/1000 pto,
SCV hyd. duals, outlets,powershift, 11,714 hours, 2 540/1000 new style pto, waspi ●Case drawbar, 18 ft. tandem disc, smooth blades.
●Case 185 ft. bar tandem bent tine disc, harrows.
●Massey SCV Ferguson 97 tractor, 108 hp., 540 pto., ●Rome TMR-12-30 12 ft. breaking disc.
●1981 GMC 6000 s/a grain truck w/ 14 ft. steel
●Massey hyd. outlets,powershift,
2 hyd’s., ●Massey
X 34 rear 97
pto., ●Rome 18
TMR-12-30 ft. tandem
disc. blades. ●1981
●Massey box hoist, 90,429 km, V8, 11R22.5 new rears,
2 hyd’s., Ferguson 18.4 X 34 97 rear tractor, tires, like 108 new hp., seat. 540 pto., ●Rome TMR-12-30
●Massey hyd’s., Ferguson 18.4 3497 rear parts tires, tractor. like new seat.
12 ft. breaking disc. box ●1981 & hoist, GMC 90,429 6000 s/a km, grain V8, 11R22.5 truck w/ new 14 ft. rears, steel
box hoist, 90,429 km, V8, 11R22.5 new rears,
2 ●Massey hyd’s., 18.4 Ferguson X 34 rear 97 parts tires, tractor. like new seat.
●Massey Ferguson 97 parts tractor.
●1998 Case IH 8825 s/p ft. UII 10.00 box 10.00 & X hoist, 20 20 fronts, fronts, 90,429 roll roll km, tarp, tarp, V8, 10F/2R, 10F/2R, 11R22.5 1 1 owner. new owner. rears,
●1998 Case IH SWATHING
10.00 20 fronts, roll tarp, 10F/2R, owner.
p/u reel, 2,347 hrs, 25 ft. UII
●1973 Ford F-350 s/a grain truck w/ 10’ wood
97 parts tractor.
8825 s/p swather, 25 ft. UII
●1973 10.00 X Ford 20 fronts, F-350 roll s/a tarp, grain 10F/2R, truck w/ 110’ owner.
●1998 p/u reel, Case 2,347 IH hrs, 8825 double s/p swather, knife drive, 25 ft. UII
s/a grain truck w/ 10’ wood
box hoist, 49,091 miles showing, 460 gas.
box ●1973 & hoist, Ford 49,091 F-350 s/a miles grain showing, truck 460 w/ 10’ gas. wood
p/u double reel, swath, 2,347 rotoshear, hrs, double hydro, knife A/C. drive,
IH ●2013 box & hoist, Ford F-150 49,091 XLT XLT miles 5.0L 5.0L showing, quad quad cab 460 cab short gas. short
double ●Case swath, IH 8220 rotoshear, p/t swather, hydro, 25 ft., A/C. p/u reel.
box ●2013 truck, Ford 4X4, F-150 automatic, XLT 5.0L 93,000 quad km, cab loaded. short
●Case COMBINES IH 8220 p/t swather, HEADERS 25 ft., p/u reel.
box truck, AUGERS 4X4, automatic, & GRAIN 93,000 VAC km, loaded.
COMBINES & HEADERS
●Sakundiak AUGERS HD8-1400 & grain GRAIN auger VAC w w hyd. hyd.
mover, ●Sakundiak 25 hp. HD8-1400 motor, 8”, 8”, 45 grain 45 ft., ft., hyd. auger hyd. winch, w hyd. elec. elec.
clutch, mover, plumbed 25 hp. motor, for for bin bin 8”, sweep, 45 ft., remote hyd. winch, shutoff.
●Sakundiak clutch, plumbed HD7-41 for bin grain sweep, auger, remote 7”, 7”, 41 shutoff. 41 ft., ft., w/ w/
●2007 Spra-Coupe 4655 s/p s/p 80 80 ft. ft. high
Kohler ●Sakundiak 18 hp. HD7-41 elec. start grain motor, auger, winter 7”, heat 41 ft., ft., pkg. w/ pkg. w/
●2007 clearance Spra-Coupe sprayer, 966 4655 966 hours, s/p 80 Perkins ft. high
●Westfield Kohler 18 hp. MKX elec. 100-73 start motor, electric winter swing heat grain
●1992 Case IH 1680 s/p combine, 3,736
400 clearance 400 gal. gal. poly poly sprayer, tank, tank, GPS GPS 966 w/ hours, w/ mapping, Perkins autosteer, diesel,
auger, engine kit.
hours, reverser, long auger, internal
●Westfield 10”, 73 MKX ft., hyd. 100-73 winch, electric LED swing light kit. grain
●1992 Case IH 1680 s/p combine, 3,736
terrain 400 terrain 400 gal. gal. compensation, poly tank, GPS Auto Auto w/ w/ mapping, Mate, crop autosteer,
●Sakundiak chopper, w/ 16 hp. kit.
straw spreader, shedded.
auger, 10”, 73 7”, ft., 45’ hyd. grain winch, auger LED w/ 16 light hp. kit. Kohler.
engine hours, reverser, long auger, internal
foam terrain foam marker, compensation, light light pkg., pkg., Auto standard Mate, crop transmission.
●Robin ●1990 ft. 45’ w/ w/ 16 Case IH 1680 s/p combine, 3,610
●Sakundiak 6", 317”, ft. 45’ auger grain w/ auger Kohler w/ 1016 hp. hp. motor. Kohler.
chopper, straw spreader, shedded.
foam foam marker, marker, light light GRAIN pkg., pkg., standard BINS transmission.
●Kongskilde engine 6", 31 ft. w/ Air 500 10 hp. vac. motor.
hours, reverser, internal chopper,
●Robin 6", 31 Cushion ft. auger Air w/ Kohler 500 grain 10 hp. vac. motor.
●1990 Case IH 1680 s/p combine, 3,610
●(3) ●(3) - - Wheatland GRAIN 2000 2000 & & 2400 2400 BINS
bu. bu. hopper bins.
straw Cushion Air 500 grain vac.
hours, reverser, shedded.
Cushion Air 500 grain vac.
engine hours, reverser,
●Chigwell ●(3) ●Chigwell
Wheatland 1650 1650 bushel bushel 2000
2000 hopper & hopper 2400
2400 bu. bottom
hopper grain grain bins. bin. bin.
bins. ●(2) straw ●(2)
straw -- spreader, 1991
spreader, Case shedded.
IH 1010 straight cut
●Eversman 2 MISCELLANEOUS
cubic yard yard scraper / earth / earth mover. mover.
●(2) ●Chigwell ●(2)
●Chigwell - Twister - Twister 1650
1650 ±4800 ±4800 bushel
bushel bu. bu. & hopper &
hopper (1) (1) Butler Butler bottom
bottom ±4650 ±4650 grain
grain bu. bu. bin.
●(2) headers, - 1991
●(2) 1991 22.5’ Case
Case & 25’ IH 1010
IH 1010 p/u reel straight
straight & transports. cut ●Kinsella ●Eversman
cut ●Eversman fork fork 2 type cubic type cubic rock rock yard picker.
yard picker. scraper ●10’
scraper ●10’ Landleveller.
/ earth earth mover.
(1) ●(2) (1)
●(2) Westeel Westeel - Twister
- Twister Rosco Rosco ±4800
±4800 ±4800 ±4800 bu.
bu. bu. & bu. (1) (1) bins bins Butler
Butler on on JTL ±4650 JTL
±4650 bottoms. bu. &
bu. headers, Auctioneer`s 22.5’ &
headers, 22.5’ Note: 25’ p/u
25’ p/u Dave reel &
Linda are ●100 ●Kinsella
●Kinsella & 135 135 fork gallon
fork type rock slip
type rock slip tanks, picker.
picker. tanks, (1) ●10’
●10’ (1) w/
12V 12V pump. pump.
●(4) (1) ●(4)
(1) Westeel Rosco
Westeel Rosco ±4800
±2400 ±2400 bu.
(2) bins (2)
±1650 ±1650 on JTL
bu. bu. bottoms.
Auctioneer`s their their Note:
Note: farming Dave
Dave operation. & Linda Bid ●Chem Linda are ●100
are ●100 & Handler 135 135 gallon III,
III, slip 240
240 tanks, litre
poly (1) tank w/
tank 12V w/
w/ hoses. pump.
●(5) ●(4) ●(5)
- Butler Westeel - Butler
(2) ±2400 (2)
Butler & (2) (2)
operation. maintained line ●E-Kay
bin sweep sweep mounted
on s/a s/a trailer.
discontinuing their farming operation. Bid ●Chem Handler III, 240 litre poly tank
trailer. w/ hoses.
●(9) ●(5) ●(9)
Butler - Butler
bu. & (2) &
Butler Butler ±3450
with confidence on this well maintained line ●E-Kay bin sweep mounted on s/a trailer.
●Westeel ●(9) ●Westeel Butler Rosco
Rosco ±2650 ±2000,
±2000, bu. & ±3400, (1) ±3400, Butler &
±4200 ±1750 ±4200 bu. bins.
●(9) Butler ±2650 bu. & (1) Butler ±1750 text
of equipment. For more information call or ●Parmak 12V fencer. ●800 Gal. fiberglass tank. etc.
●Chief Westland ±3300 bu. & Twister ±2400 bu. of equipment. For more information call or ●Parmak 12V fencer. ●800 Gal. fiberglass tank.
●Chief ●Westeel Westland Rosco ±3300 ±2000, bu. ±3400, & Twister & ±2400 ±4200 bu. bins. Dunkle Auctions @ (403) 740-6251. ●Drill press. ●Anvil. ●Plus more – See website!
●Westeel Rosco ±2000, ±3400, & ±4200 Dunkle text Dave Auctions @ (780)-385-0023 (403) 740-6251.
call or text ●± ●Drill (80) press. Pallets ●Anvil. of tools ●Plus & farming more – supplies See website! etc.
●Chief Westland ±3300 bu. & Twister ±2400 bu. bins. text Dave @ (780)-385-0023 or call or text ●± (80) Pallets of tools & farming supplies etc.
●Chief TIMED Westland ±3300 ONLINE bu. & Twister AUCTION
±2400 bu. bins. Dunkle
@ (403) 740-6251. ●Drill press. ●Anvil. ●Plus more – See website!
@ (403) 740-6251.
●Drill press. ●Anvil. ●Plus more – See website!
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