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ALIX COUNCIL

Selling outdoor

movie screen

Structure fire on

Main Street Delburne

Submitted

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

work.

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

the fire.

A cause is undetermined at

this time.

Stu Salkeld

Local Journalism

Initiative reporter

ECA Review

Village of Alix council

will sell the municipality’s

outdoor movie screen after it

didn’t prove as popular as

intended.

The decision was made at

the March 17 regular

meeting of council.

Chief Administrative

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

outdoor movie

screen system to be used

annually for showing outdoor

movies,” noted the

agenda memo.

“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

outdoors.”

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

pandemic.

The fire department

offered $2,000 for the movie

screen.

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

used.

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

$4,000.

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INDEX

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

Stu Salkeld

Local Journalism

Initiative reporter

ECA Review

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

taxes.

The decisions were made at

the March 25 regular meeting of

council.

Chief Administrative Officer

(CAO) Tracy Mindus presented

councillors with more information

on the provincial

government’s Municipal

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

CasTech.

A “local” option, which would

include hardware installed at

the village office, was priced at

$4,252.50 plus an annual fee of

$2,730.

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

Datto system.

Councillors unanimously

approved going with the Datto

system.

Non-profit groups

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

RCMP

$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

funded.

New flooring

Councillors discussed

replacing old carpet in the village

office, including in the

washroom.

The estimate was provided of

$9,449.32, which included hardwood

floor.

Mayor German stated, especially

with the pandemic, he

understood the sanitary aspect

of a hard floor as opposed to

carpet.

At the same time German

stated he saw the balance of the

flooring as being in good shape

and there was great demand for

MOST money.

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

Submitted

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

executed.

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

firearm.

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

firearm.

Lawrence has been released

from custody and will be

appearing in Coronation

Provincial Court on April 9,

2021

Big Valley man

arrested

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

33 knives.

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

Release Orders.

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

in Nacmine

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

of crime.

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

of Nacmine.

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

under $5,000.

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

Detachment Commander.

“We know that opioids are a

great concern in our community

and the province, and we

will continue to target drug

traffickers.

“We encourage the community

to continue to report

suspicious activity in their

neighbourhoods. Reporting

about these types of activities is

a huge help to our team and to

the success of these

investigations.”

could use the MOST funds

with no impact on the local

budget.

Tizzard agreed, noting

lumber is getting more

expensive.

Councillors approved the

estimate by a 2 to 1 vote to be

Moving sound system

Cont’d from Pg 1

Councillors unanimously

approved selling the movie

screen to the Alix Fire and

Medical Department for

$2,000.

Sound system

White presented

another

memo to councillors,

this one

dealing with the

sound system

from Bay #1 in

Railway House,

where

Moonwalkers

Play Centre previously

resided.

Staff noted the

current tenants

of that bay don’t

need a sound

system.

Village staff

stated they asked

the Alix

Community Hall

board if it was

interested in the

Alesis Multimix

12r sound system,

and the board

said they were.

“Cost that

would be associated

with the

removal and

hook-up of the

equipment would

be up to the Alix

Community hall

board to cover,”

stated the memo,

which noted the

hall itself is village

property as

well so

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.

Councillors unanimously

approved moving the sound

system from Railway House

to the community hall.

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KNEEHILL COUNTY COUNCIL

Selling gravel that does not meet standards

Stu Salkeld

Local Journalism

Initiative reporter

ECA Review

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

memo.

“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

contract.

“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

rate.

“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

gravel.

At least one councillor was not

happy with the situation.

Coun. Jim Hugo made a motion to

Buying two roadside mowers

Stu Salkeld

Local Journalism Initiative reporter

ECA Review

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

any mower.

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

costs.

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

the memo.

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

opposed.

Gravel truck, trailer, graders purchase approved

Stu Salkeld

Local Journalism Initiative reporter

ECA Review

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

water.

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.

Gravel trailer

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

$50,000.

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

to sell.

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

basis.

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

amount.

New graders

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

$1,117,800.”

He added that the new graders are

included in the 2021 budget and the

Finning offer was actually under

budget.

Dust control

Councillors unanimously approved

Green’s recommendation for dust control

materials provider.

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

per tonne.

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

program.

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]

Okotoks.”

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

Morrin 4-H

public speaking

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

project leaders

set up a

Christmas scavenger

hunt for all

our club members

to do.

We had to find

items she asked

for and send her

a picture. That

was fun!

In January we

had a virtual

public speaking

workshop by

Danielle Varga to

get us ready for

our

Communications

Day in February..

Our club

leader, Melanie

Nelson held a

virtual Record

Book Workshop

to show us what

we need to fill

out in our record

books.

These books

will be displayed

later at our

Achievement

Night.

On Feb. 26, we

had our club communications

event.

Starland

County let us use

their board room.

Each member

came in separately

and

presented their

speech or

presentation.

Our

Communications

Day winners are:

Junior Speeches –

Chelsea Thacker

in first, Ryan

Burfield in

second and Lexy

Neill in third.

For

Intermediate

Speeches,

Malenna Olsen

came in first and

Payton Wood in

second.

Owen Guldberg

placed first in

senior speeches

and Ashley

McNaughton

placed second.

For Senior presentations,

Chantal Schipper

placed first and

Sam Gridley in

second.

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

weather.

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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.

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Trochu Life Lease Units over half pre-sold

Submitted

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

within Trochu.

Several conditions were put in place,

one being a 90 per cent pre-sale of life

lease units.

The Trochu Housing Corporation

(THC) wasted no time tackling this

condition.

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

the units.

“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

Smalldon.

“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

Smalldon.

Consort School teacher is Edwin Parr award nominee

Submitted

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

Award.

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

Submitted

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

championship round.

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

Classic.

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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nominate one exceptional candidate

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

seconds.

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 (Sundre).

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

on RidePass, at RidePass.com or via

the mobile app.

PBR Touring Pro Division – The

Show-Me-State PBR Shootout.

The Kenneth E Cowen Civic Center –

Lebanon, Missouri

Event Leaders (Round 1-Round

2-Event Aggregate-Event Points)

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.

volleyball and softball.

Fecho’s strength in practice would

be her natural ability and intentional

commitment to fostering, caring,

understanding and professional relationships

with her

students.

Her patience

and understanding

allow

her to be a model

of positivity to her

students.

She both

believes and lives

the idea that students

who are

treated with kindness

and respect

will have

enhanced

learning.

Fecho is the

epitome of a new

teacher who

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

reach all students.

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Brenda Schimke

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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,

simultaneously.

From a business perspective, strip

mining the

Rocky

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.

Mountains for

coal extraction

is a marvelous

opportunity. It

is not the industry’s

responsibility to

worry about

tourism, clean

water, the environment

or

future generations.

Industry

just lives in the

here and now.

Whereas governments

are

responsible to

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

merge.

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

in Canada.

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

Nations communities?

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

business transactions,

has been

proven so wrong so

often, that it’s sad

so many are still

believers.

Government and

private businesses

play uniquely different

roles in a

democracy and

need to stay in

their lanes.

When governments

start

nationalizing

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

essential services.

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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MAIL BAG

Solution lies in

agricultural

practices: Part Two

Dear Editor,

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

continued’.

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

health principles.

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

stove.

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

electricity.

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

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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

further south.

In the last 50 years the wheat

growing area receives 12 per cent less

rain in summer and 19 per cent less in

winter.

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

than CO2.

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

clouds.

The U.S. and probably Canada loses

a bushel of soil for every bushel of

grain harvested either to wind or

water erosion.

The good news is, there are people

around the world who have learned

how to farm regeneratively by practicing

the soil health principles already

mentioned.

Turn to Really, Pg 15 Turn to Rebuilding, Pg 15

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MAIL BAG

Differing greatly in observations

Dear Editor,

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

desired.

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

Israel.

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

running.

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

office.

President Reagan also presided over

the tearing down of the Berlin Wall

and the dismantling of the Soviet

Union.

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

Dear Editor,

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

are negligible?

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

to power.

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

engineering.

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

balloons?

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

Barrington Declaration?

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

fearing man.

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

will change.

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masks?

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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,

grandfather, great-grandfather,

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

everywhere.

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

(Justine).

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

OBITUARIES

Spitz loved more than horses and

rodeo and he fostered that love in his

children.

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

Cassidy

Joyce, sister-in-law Stella

and parents Tom and

Genevieve (Viv) Cassidy.

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Bennie Kary

Sept. 6, 1930 – March 25, 2021

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

hard work.

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.

Kary

Ben kept some land north of town

where he raised horses for a number of

years.

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

class.

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

loved him!

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

Harriet Peters.

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

Kary.

At Bennie’s request there will be no

funeral service.

Contributions in memory of Bennie

may be made to the Veteran Cemetery

Society or STARS.

For those wishing to express their

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Morrin Fire Department had a busy

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Starting the afternoon off, the crew

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south east corner of their division.

Morrin members noticed the smoke

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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

Morrin Fire Chief Darcy Davidson.

The crew was back in service at

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As they were cleaning up from this

fire, a second came in for a small structure

fire northwest of Morrin.

Members were able to attend in

under five minutes as many were still

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also helped at both fires.

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structure were at a minimum.

No injuries occurred in either

situation.

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OBITUARY

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

stained glass.

Larry attended school in

Swalwell and Acme followed

by SAIT where he began his

career as a heavy-duty

mechanic.

Empey

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

Agri Centre.

A handsome red-headed bachelor,

Larry didn’t stay a bachelor for long

marrying Myrna Gore Price and

becoming a beloved part of

her family.

He had a natural ability

with the grandchildren and

great-grandchildren. Sitting

on his knee listening to his

booming voice was always a

safe place to be for the little

ones.

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

great-grandchildren.

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,

Alta.

She was a devoted wife to

Ralph and mother of five

children.

She enjoyed her hobbies of

sewing, quilting, baking and

her flowers.

In her earlier years she

enjoyed softball and was a

strong supporter of her boy’s

pursuits in hockey.

Cheney

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

retiring.

She loved her grandchildren and

great-grandchildren, leaving us beautiful

memories.

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;

and two

great-grandchildren.

She is also survived by

her mother, Evelyn

Campbell, three brothers,

Dafoe

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

community.

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

and more.

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

large events.

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

a smile

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

feeling sadness.

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

David Hansen.

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

Ladies Auxiliary,

Box 23, Hanna,

AB, T0J 1P0.

Hanna Funeral

Services Ltd.,

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the care and

arrangements;

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all.

If desired, in lieu of flowers, the

family asks that donations be made in

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County of Paintearth No. 18

DEVELOPMENT PERMIT

APPLICATION APPROVED

Notice is hereby given that the following

Development Permit Application has been

approved:

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

Todd Pawsey,

Development Officer

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

the Wednesday

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

greatly appreciated.

To know so very many

people care is overwhelming

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lieu of indivudal

acknowledgements of

memorial donations, a

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Lodge in Castor.

Marcella Schwenk

Anne & Andrew

Goodwin,

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wished to move forward with accepting

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Campground managers position.

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County of Paintearth No. 18

NOTICE OF DEVELOPMENT HEARINGS

TUESDAY APRIL 20, 2021

COUNCIL CHAMBERS

#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

below:

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.

Dated: April 8, 2021 Todd Pawsey, Director of Community Services

Customer Sales &

Service Representative 2

Position #: HR21-091

If you “measure your days in acres, not hours,” are motivated to

help members get it done, then we have a job for you.

Reporting to the Store Manager, the Customer Sales and

Service Representative 2 is responsible for serving and

assisting customers in the selection of goods and services

to meet their needs. The Representative provides service

in accordance with UFA’s Customer Service Policy and

initiates and/or implements corrective action as required to

ensure that an excellent standard of service and a high level

of customer satisfaction is maintained. This position cross

trains in multiple functions of the store.

UFA offers:

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If this grabs your attention, please send your cover letter and

resume to careers@ufa.com and quote job HR21-091 in

the subject line to apply.

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PUBLIC NOTICE

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

CleanTRACK

(trial product) $2,856.00 $4,284.00 $5,712.00

DL10 - heavy

application* $3,417.12 $5,125.68 $6,834.24

DL10 -medium

application * $2,446.08 $3,669.12 $4,892.16

DL10 - light

application * $1,985.76 $2,978.64 $3,971.52

* wide roads (in excess of 8 meters) may be subject to surcharge

County of Stettler Public Works Policy PW 2.2 - Gravel Road Dust Reduction

Landowners are not permitted to apply any form of Dust Reduction

products to County roads. Participation in the provided program is

required if dust reduction is desired.

For further information regarding product specifications, please contact:

Rick Green, Director of Operations at (403) 742-4441, ext. 143

Requests received after the application date may not be accommodated

or may be subject to later in the season product application, depending

upon program participation and supply factors.


12 April 8'21 HANNA/CORONATION/STETTLER, AB. AGRICULTURE

ECA REVIEW

Producers concerned after carbon tax ruling

Submitted

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

supply.

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

practices.

Western Canadian crop farmers

have continually enriched their agricultural

soils.

Since the year 2000, Alberta soils

have sequestered more carbon than

emitted.

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

stewardship.

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.

Based on Team Alberta calculations,

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ECA REVIEW HANNA/CORONATION/STETTLER, AB ApRIL 8'21 13

CUTBANK CATTLE CO

BULLS

for sale by

Private

Treaty

Red & Black Angus. Polled Hereford

2yr old Low input Range Bulls

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.

ECA Review/Submitted

Landowner

notices

residue of

grass fire

Terri Huxley

ECA Review

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

at night.

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

contain.

“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

it.”

STETTLER AUCTION MART 2016 LTD

J BARRIE HOOVER ESTATE &

JANICE HOOVER FARM SALE

Sale conducted by:

Mick Kubinec 587 321 5653 Three Hills AB

SATURDAY APRIL 17, 2021

RING 1 @ 10AM - RING 2 @ 1PM

LUNCH PROVIDED BY: CRAIGMYLE HISTORIC SOCIETY

HAVING RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS FROM JANICE HOOVER WE WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION ON J

BARRIE HOOVERS FARM AT SW 27-33-17 W4M

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

SIDE

Tractors

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

SN#JJA00666491985

Case IH 5140 Diesel tractor MFWA - 18.4 x 38 rear, 14.9 x 34, Dual Hydraulic, PTO, 3 point hitch, Electric/ Hydraulic dual

210 front loader with bucket and grapple, 16 speed power shift with forward/reverse bar, Cab, Air, Radio, 3242hrs.

SN#JJF10115252

Trucks & Vehicles

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

and engine Chev flat deck dually 1 ton 1971 Dodge half ton 2002 Chev 4x4 LT HD half ton truck, Automatic transmission,

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

hoist. SN# 4C6503813419ESWS 24’ x 8’ fifth wheel flat deck tandem axle trailer, 7000 lbs axles, LT 245 / 75R 16 tandem

single, Good deck condition, Single rails, SN# 1139777 18’ Banshee boat with 115 HP outboard motor12’ Aluminium boat

Machinery

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

Grain cleaner with trailer10’ push off 3x cultivator Cable water hose ditcher Kongskilde vacuvator with hose

Tools, Misc Shop & Livestock Supplies

1 - Westeel Rossco Steel 2750 Bushel Bin 2 - Westeel 2200 Bushel Hopper bin1 - 1000 Bushel hopper bin1 - 275 bushel

hopper binSeed cleaning plant - Laden grain scalper, Fanning mill with carter disc screens, 300 Bushel binAnhydrous

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: sam1990@telusplanet.net website: www.stettlerauction.ab.ca

www.globalauctionguide.com

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


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Real Estate / Homes

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SPECIAL AREAS

Advisory Council

meets ahead of busy

2021 field season

Submitted

The Special Areas Advisory Council

held their spring council meeting

March 24 and 31, meeting virtually in

recognition of current public health

restrictions.

Advisory Council formally approved

the 2021 road program as local road

committees had reviewed it earlier this

spring.

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

upcoming legislation.

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

and administration.

Advisory council directed administration

to determine the most effective

way to support local engagement for

2021 ratepayer meetings while still

respecting current public health

restrictions.

October’s general municipal election

was also discussed, with key changes

to provincial legislation presented

which will impact this municipal

election.

The next meeting of the Special

Areas Advisory Council will be held

summer 2021.

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

of tenders.

•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)

742-9502

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

Email: eron@drlegal.ca

Vendor’s tender forms available on request but not required. Closing

of land sales shall occur not more than 30 days following tender

close.

Highest or any tender not necessarily accepted.

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April is National

Dig Safe month

Why take the risk?

You’re probably

pretty sure where the

underground utilities

and pipelines are on your

property.

But would you settle

for “pretty sure” when it

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hand into a piece of

machinery?

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AGRICULTURE

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

drying out.

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

work.

First you had to split the wood you

needed and empty all the ashes from

from the previous day was a daily

chore.

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.

evapotranspiration.

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

organic matter.

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.

Pat Rutledge

them much less at risk of droughts, or This is some thoughts from a

Monitor, Alta.

3” wide version 3.75” wide version

floods for that

matter.

Anyone concerned

about

climate change

should promote

regenerative agriculture

rather

than imposing

carbon taxes and

other ways to

increase

inefficiencies.

We can’t even

agree whether to

cool the planet or

warm it up. After

living through

minus 30 – 40

degree temperatures

earlier this

winter, I know

Submitted

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

complete.

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

date.

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

government.

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

would make.

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

feature.

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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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

communities.

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

communities.

Through the program, third-year

medical students are placed in rural

communities to gain experience and

training.

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

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bars showing.

Three minutes after I did that, I was

drinking hot coffee and sending all

kinds of ‘blessings’ to the ATCO work

crews.

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

dust on

the wall. They

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AGRICULTURE

16 A pril 8'21 HANNA/CORONATION/STETTLER, AB. ECA REVIEW

Camrose County

staff and other

stakeholders were

in an Emergency

Planning for

Livestock training

session on Fri. March

26. What happens

to cattle and other

animals in a fire

or other disaster?

Planning for these

events is crucial.

ECA Review/

Camrose County

HOW TO PLAY:

Fill in the grid so that every

row, every column and every

3 x 3 box contains the numbers

1 through 9 only once.

Each 3 x 3 box is outlined

with a darker line. You

already have a few numbers

to get you started.

Remember: you must not

repeat the numbers 1

through 9 in the same line,

column or 3 x 3 box.

More rural

officers

Submitted

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

calls.

“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

Solicitor General.

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

scene.

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

impaired driving.

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

criminal matters.

RAPID Response currently covers

most areas of rural Alberta policed by

the RCMP.

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.

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TRACTORS CLOSING ON TUESDAY, TILLAGE & SEEDING APRIL 20 GRAIN AT TRUCKS 10 AM& VEHICLE

TRACTORS

TRACTORS

TRACTORS

TILLAGE SEEDING

TILLAGE

TILLAGE

& SEEDING

SEEDING

GRAIN TRUCKS VEHICLE

GRAIN

GRAIN

TRUCKS

TRUCKS &

VEHICLE

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

acres, compartment

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,

tow

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

shoot,

●1997 New Holland 9682 4WD tractor, ●International rubber 10” capped spacing

24 packers, w/ 4”

ft. vibrashank levelling Stealth openers, harrows.

owner.

field & suspension, hoist, axle weight 11R22.5 guage, tires, roll remote tarp, for 1 owner.

endgate

Cummins

●1997 New 360

Holland

hp.motor, 9682 3,845

4WD hours,

tractor,

rubber

24.5R32 cultivator

●International capped packers,

w/ 3 bar

24 ft. harrows,

vibrashank levelling harrows.

7” spacing.

field

& hoist, axle weight guage, roll tarp, 1 owner.

●1997

duals,

Cummins New

4 hyd’s.,

360 Holland

air

hp.motor, 9682

drill fan

3,845 4WD

return

hours, tractor,

hydraulic.

24.5R32

●International

●Friggstad

cultivator w/ deep

3 24 bar ft.

tillage

harrows, vibrashank

cultivator

7” spacing.

field

Cummins w/ bar

●1981

duals, Versatile

4 hyd’s., 360 hp.motor,

875

air drill 4WD

fan 3,845

tractor,

return hours, hydraulic.

24.5R32 cultivator

280 hp., 7,125 harrows,

●Friggstad w/

41’, 12”

deep 3 bar

spacing,

tillage harrows,

walking

cultivator 7” spacing.

beam

w/ axles.

3 bar

duals, ●1981 4 Versatile hyd’s., air 875 drill 4WD fan return tractor, hydraulic. 280 hp., 7,125

●Friggstad

hours, 4 hyd’s., 20.8 X 38 duals, air drill ready. harrows, 41’, deep 12” spacing, tillage walking cultivator beam w/ axles.

3 bar

●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.

axles.

hours, ●1976 4 John hyd’s., Deere 20.8 4430 X 38 tractor, duals, air 126 drill hp., ready.

2WD,

●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.

duty

●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.

smooth blades.

●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

Ferguson

18.4 Ferguson

97

X 34 rear 97

tractor, 540/1000

tires, tractor,

108

like 108

hp., pto,

new hp.,

540

seat. 540

pto., ●Case

pto., ●Rome 18

●Rome

TMR-12-30 ft. tandem

TMR-12-30

12 disc,

12

ft.

ft.

breaking smooth

breaking

disc. blades. ●1981

disc. ●1981

GMC

GMC

6000

6000

s/a

s/a

grain

grain

truck

truck

w/

w/

14

14

ft.

ft.

steel

steel

●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.

SWATHING

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

●Massey Ferguson

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

SPRAYER

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

wood

s/a grain truck w/ 10’ wood

box hoist, 49,091 miles showing, 460 gas.

SPRAYER

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,

460 gas.

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.

km, loaded.

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.

elec.

●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

diesel,

●Westfield Kohler 18 hp. MKX elec. 100-73 start motor, electric winter swing heat grain

pkg.

●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,

dividers,

●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.

dividers,

●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.

engine spreader,

hours, reverser, shedded.

●Kongskilde MISCELLANEOUS

Cushion Air 500 grain vac.

engine hours, reverser,

internal

internal

chopper,

chopper,

●Chigwell ●(3) ●Chigwell

●(3)

- Wheatland

Wheatland 1650 1650 bushel bushel 2000

2000 hopper & hopper 2400

2400 bu. bottom

bu.

hopper

hopper grain grain bins. bin. bin.

bins. ●(2) straw ●(2)

straw -- spreader, 1991

spreader, Case shedded.

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.

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.

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 &

reel transports.

transports.

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/

Landleveller.

w/ Landleveller.

12V 12V pump. pump.

●(4) (1) ●(4)

(1) Westeel Rosco

Westeel Rosco ±4800

Rosco

±2400 ±2400 bu.

±4800

& &

bu.

(2) bins (2)

bins

±1650 ±1650 on JTL

on JTL

bu. bu. bottoms.

bottoms.

bins. bins.

Auctioneer`s discontinuing

Auctioneer`s their their Note:

Note: farming Dave

Dave operation. & Linda Bid ●Chem Linda are ●100

are ●100 & Handler 135 135 gallon III,

gallon

III, slip 240

slip

240 tanks, litre

tanks,

litre poly

(1)

poly (1) tank w/

w/

tank 12V w/

12V

w/ hoses. pump.

pump.

hoses.

●(5) ●(4) ●(5)

●(4)

- Butler Westeel - Butler

Westeel

±2000

±2000 Rosco

Rosco

&

&

(2) ±2400 (2)

±2400

Butler

Butler & (2) (2)

±3450

±3450 ±1650

±1650

bu.

bu. bu.

bu.

bins.

bins.

bins. with

with

discontinuing

confidence

confidence

their

on

on

farming

this

this

well

well

operation. maintained line ●E-Kay

Bid

line ●Chem

●E-Kay bin

Handler

bin sweep sweep mounted

III, 240

mounted on

litre poly

on s/a s/a trailer.

discontinuing their farming operation. Bid ●Chem Handler III, 240 litre poly tank

tank

trailer. w/ hoses.

w/ hoses.

●(9) ●(5) ●(9)

●(5)

Butler - Butler

- Butler

±2650

±2650 ±2000

±2000

bu.

bu. & (2) &

(2)

(1)

(1) Butler

Butler Butler ±3450

±3450

±1750

±1750 bu.

bu.

bu.

bu. bins.

bins.

bins.

bins.

of

of

with

equipment.

equipment.

confidence

For

For

on

more

more

this well

information

information call

maintained

call

or ●Parmak

line

or ●E-Kay

●Parmak

12V

bin

12V

fencer.

sweep

fencer.

●800

mounted

●800

Gal.

on

Gal.

fiberglass

s/a

fiberglass

tank.

with confidence on this well maintained line ●E-Kay bin sweep mounted on s/a trailer.

trailer.

tank.

●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

text

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Dave @

(780)-385-0023

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tools

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&

farming

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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.

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TIMED ONLINE AUCTION BID ONLINE TIMED.DUNKLEAUCTIONS.COM

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