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September 15, 2022

Volume 111

No. 37


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Queen Elizabeth

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II dead at 96

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Central

Alberta

Carol Baldwin

Local Journalism Initiative Reporter

Source: Wakaw Recorder

Queen Elizabeth II has died.

Elizabeth Alexandra Mary was born

in London on April 21, 1926 and was

the first child of Prince Albert and

Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, the Duke and

Duchess of York.

At the time of her birth Elizabeth

was third in line for the throne, but

with the abdication of her uncle

Edward VIII, Elizabeth’s father

became King George VI and Elizabeth

the presumptive heir.

With the death of her father King

George VI in 1952, Elizabeth became

Queen as well as head of the Church of

England and the Commonwealth.

As a constitutional monarch, she

was the head of state but had no ability

to make or pass legislation.

Throughout her reign she held a

weekly audience with the British

prime minister and had the opportunity

prior to her passing to invite

another woman to form a government

and fill the role of Prime Minister.

Although her life was largely in the

public eye, Elizabeth managed to keep

her personal views and much of her

personal life, just that. That being

said, when her people needed her, she

was there for them. Following the

model set by her father during the

Second World War, when there was a

tragedy she went and met with those

impacted.

In 2020, as the pandemic raged she

offered a sense of calm strength and

reassurance. Her sense of duty carried

through all aspects of her life.

On her 21st birthday she made the

declaration which she remained true

to for her entire life. “I declare before

Queen Elizabeth II attends

an armed forces act of

loyalty parade in the

gardens of the Palace of

Holyroodhouse, Edinburgh,

as they mark her platinum

jubilee in Scotland. The

ceremony was part of the

Queen’s traditional trip

to Scotland for Holyrood

Week. Buckingham Palace

announced the Queen died

peacefully at Balmoral the

afternoon of Thurs. Sept. 8,

2022. CP file photo

See Royal ties to town of

Coronation story on pg. 12

you all that my whole life, whether it be

long or short, shall be devoted to your

service and the service of our great

imperial family to which we all

belong.”

Her Majesty visited Canada more

than 20 times during her reign.

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II died

Thurs. Sept. 8 at her Balmoral estate in

Scotland.

INDEX

Stettler town council .................. 3

Alix council ............................. 3, 5

Big Valley council ....................... 4

Clive council ............................... 4

Stettler news .............................. 5

Parliament ................................. 7

Letters ................................... 6 - 7

Nana’s blog ................................ 8

RCMP ......................................... 8

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

Obituary ................................... 11

Registered

Terry Fox

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Editorial:

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Coronation

Pro Rodeo

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Terry

the Fox

run

“Pledge Online”

If you wish to support a student registered to participate in the

Terry Fox Run, you can go directly to the Terry Fox Run website at

www.terryfox.org and click on “Sponsor a participant.”

Instructions are there to tell you how to donate. Happy Running!

East Central Alberta Registered

COMMUNITY Terry Fox Runs

Sign in to www.terryfox.org to donate to your community run.

Acme

Sunday, Sept 18, 2022

Registration: 1:00 pm

Staggered Start: Walkers: 2:00 pm

Runners: 2:10 pm; Bikers: 2:15 pm

Time Start to Close: 1:00– 3:00 pm

Location: Acme Community Centre

Distance: Approximately 9 km Access: Bicycle

CFB - Wainwright

Sunday, Sept 18, 2022

Registration: 8:30 am Warm Up: 9:45 am

Run Start: 10:00 am Family Run Start: 10:30 am

Time Start to Close: 9:00 am – 11:00 am

Location: Keller Parade Square

Distance: 2 km, 5km or 10km

Access: Bicycle, Wheelchair.

Chauvin

Sunday, Sept. 18, 2022

check www.terryfox.org for details

Coronation

Sunday, Sept. 18, 2022

check www.terryfox.org for details

Consort

Sunday, Sept. 18, 2022

check www.terryfox.org for details

These businesses along with the ECA Review

raised funds for the Terry Fox Foundation

Drumheller

Sunday, Sept 18, 2022

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Hughenden

Sunday, Sept. 18, 2022

Registration: 12:00 pm Start: 1:00 pm

Time Start to Close: 12:00 - 3:00 pm

Location: Hughenden Arena

Distance: 4 km Gravel route, not Rollerblade

accessible Access: Bicycle

Provost

Sunday, Sept. 18, 2022

check www.terryfox.org for details

Stettler

Sunday, Sept. 18, 2022

check www.terryfox.org for details

Veteran

Sunday, Sept. 18, 2022

Registration: 9:30am

Run Start: 10:00am - 3:00pm

Location: Veteran Hall

Distance: 10 km

Access: Bicycle, Rollerblades, Wheelchair

Event details are always subject to change. Check www.terryfox.org closer to Run Day to confirm.

East Central Alberta

Terry Fox SCHOOL Runs

Friday, Sept. 23 (date may vary depending on school)

If you wish to donate to your local school Terry Fox Run go to

www.terryfoxschoolrun.org and click on Donate to a school and

pick the school of your choice in the drop down menu.

The ECA Review strived for accuracy and inclusiveness to the best of our ability

ALIX

Village of Alix 403.747.2495

Amisk

Amisk C-Store 780.856.3734

BASHAW

OK Tire Bashaw 780.372.2045

CAMROSE

Marg’s Computers 780.678.2338

CASTOR

Castor Value Drug Mart 403.882.3055

County of Paintearth #18 403.882.3211

Kevin J. Sabo Photography 403.741.9921

Mary Kay/Diana Wilson 403.882.3721

OK Tire Castor 403.882.4040

Sutton Landmark Realty - Castor 403.323.0365

CLIVE

Clive Pharmasave 403.784.0421

CONSORT

Encompass Credit Union 403.577.3949

CORONATION

Battle River Lodge 403.578.2910

Coronation AG Foods 403.578.3571

CoroView Farms Ltd. 403.578.2788

Family Foods Coronation 403.578.2201

Lamontagne & Sons Holdings Ltd. 403.578.3637

Logo & Co. Marketing & Gifts 403-578-3033

Thornton Electric 403.578.3070

Town of Coronation 403.578.3679

Waste Connections of Canada 403.578.3299

DAYSLAND

Purple Scissors Salon 780.374.3623

DELBURNE

Village of Delburne 403.749.3606

DONALDA

Heather’s Yarn & Coulee Market 780.781.0075

John’s Vending Ltd. 403.883.2444

DRUMHELLER

Drumheller Equipment Sales & Rentals Ltd. 403.823.8383

Hon. Nate Horner, MLA 587.774.0306

FORESTBURG

Battle River Research Group 780.582.7308

Coutts Home Hardware 780.582.3556

Forestburg Hotel / Many Horses Saloon 780.582.2411

LRT Cafe & Go’Fer Ice Cream 780.582.2335

Village of Forestburg 780.582.3668

HANNA

Hanna Funeral Services Ltd. 403.854.5956

HARDISTY

Encompass Credit Union 780.888.2883

The Tree Corral 780.888.3862

IRMA

Irma Home & Garden Decor Centre 780.754.3642

Village of Irma 780.754.3665

KILLAM

Battle River Implements 403-578-3033

LOUGHEED

Larson’s Waterwell Drilling & Services Ltd 780.386.3948

MIRROR

Whistle Stop Cafe 403.788.2221

PROVOST

Bouma Meats 780.753.2092

Buckin’ Good Welding 780.753.4749

Provost Meat Packers 780.753.2415

PTW Industrial Services Ltd. 780.753.4700

STETTLER

Anderson Law Office 403.742.2529

Automotive Buy & Sell 403.430.0409

Bagshaw Electric 403.742.2707

Bish’s Driving School Inc. 403.742.5042

Bond-o Security Systems & Communications 403.742.4320

Brenda’s Cozy Cafe 403.742.8166

Burmac Mechanical 2000 403.742.5208

CSN Collision Centres 403.742.3555

Elmtree Health & Wellness 403.742.0288.

Generations RV 403.742.5667

Heartland RV Medic 403.742.1209

Highway 12 Sales & Services 403.742.8820

J T Autobody 403.742.2869

L M Waste Removal Ltd. 403.742.5655

NAPA Auto Parts Stettler 403.742.6272

Northstar Trucking 403.742.9636

OK Tire Stettler 403.742.1559

Passion Customs & Accessories 403.742.8797

Royal Lepage Central 403.742.3344

Schwartz Home Building Centre 403.742.3385

Sirrom Wiring & Electrical Services Ltd. 403.742.1676

Sobeys Stettler 403.742.5025

Stettler Agri Centre 403.742.8327

Stettler Building Supplies 403.743.0684

Stettler Equipment Sales & Rentals 403.742.8999

Stettler Home Hardware 403.742.8311

Stettler IDA Pharmacy 403.743.0383

Stettler Medi-Aesthetics 403.743.0500

Stettler Veterinary Clinic 403.742.3338

Thorogood & Pinches Prof. Corporation 403.742.5520

Unruh Custom Bale Hauling 403.323.6787

THREE HILLS

King’s Seed Farm 703.443.3333

TROCHU

Fantasy Hair & Nail Care 403.443.0635

Town of Trochu 403.442.3085

Trochu Family Foods 403.442.4313

VETERAN

Dallas Ellerby-Greater Property Group 403.578.8105

WAINWRIGHT

Encompass Credit Union 780.842.3391

Wainalta Motors 780.842.4255

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ECA REVIEW HANNA/CORONATION/STETTLER, AB September 15'22 3


STETTLER TOWN COUNCIL

Council hears province proposes

alarming changes to victim services

Stu Salkeld

Local Journalism initiative reporter

ECA Review

Stettler town council’s regular

update on the local victim service’s

programming instead metastasized

into an alarming update on the provincial

government’s proposed changes to

a service that apparently will selectively

respond to one type of trauma.

The report was made at the Sept. 6 regular

meeting of council.

Councillors heard an update about

Heartland Victims Services (HVS)

programming from Program Manager

Sheila Gongaware who began her presentation

by describing the roles

played by this organization within the

Stettler community.

Gongaware noted HVS provides supports,

information and referrals to

people who suffer trauma ranging

from the impacts of crime, suicide,

motor vehicle accidents or trauma by

natural causes.

Gongaware stated this year the provincial

government began discussing

proposed changes to victims services


organizations across Alberta, dropping

from several dozen boards down

to four regional ones with the proposed

changes taking effect by March, 2024.

She stated that in the central zone

program managers like herself will be

laid off and replaced with 41 case

workers; apparently all program managers

could re-apply for the case

worker jobs.

After victims services programs are

revised, according to Gangaware,

there will be one program manager

per zone and a coordinator will

develop job descriptions for both the

program manager and case worker

positions.

Coun. Gord Lawlor asked if volunteers

will continue to play an

important role in victim services organizations,

to which Gongaware

responded, yes, the provincial government

has given the impression that

“advocates” as victims services volunteers

are called will remain in place

and apparently report to a zone

manager.

Coun. Lawlor related his own 20

years as a victims services volunteer

Federal taxman still

out of reach for Village

Stu Salkeld

Local Journalism Initiative reporter

ECA Review

The Village of Alix’ odyssey to find

someone at the Canada Revenue

Agency (CRA) who can answer its

questions continues, as a writ from the

federal government agency continues

to cast shadows over a tax recovery

sale.

Councillors heard an update about

the village’s inability to locate a CRA

department responsible for writs at the

Sept. 7 regular meeting of council.

Village Chief Administrative Officer

(CAO) Michelle White stated her

efforts to track down a CRA department

that could advise the village

about addressing or removing a writ

placed on a residential property in

Alix may be bearing fruit but the situation

is far from clear.

“We’ve reached the right department,”

said White to councillors.

After about two and a half months of

phoning, emailing and messageleaving

White noted it appears she’s

uncovered the CRA office that handles

property writs.

While the CRA staff promised to call

back, the CAO stated she hasn’t heard

back from them yet. She added that it

appears the village may need the late

property owner’s social insurance

number, which the CAO noted the village

doesn’t have any access to.

Coun. Ed Cole noted it may be illegal

for the village to request a SIN.

Finding the proper CRA department

hasn’t been easy noted the CAO. She

said recent media coverage helped a

bit.

“A very nice lady who retired from

the CRA reached out after reading the

article in the ECA Review to let me

know where I should be inquiring for

help within the Canada Revenue

Agency,” stated White’s report to

council.

“It was very promising but after

many more calls and referrals I am no

ALIX COUNCIL

further ahead on this than I was at the

last meeting. A letter was sent to MP

Blaine Calkins’ office on Aug. 5. No

response to the letter has been

received as of this time.

“I also emailed Municipal Affairs

again to update them on this and ask

for guidance,” noted White, adding the

provincial government department

hadn’t yet provided any more advice.

The issue at hand is a roughly

$87,000 debt owed by a property owner

to the CRA, and complicating the

matter is the property owner has

passed away. There is also an unpaid

tax debt on the same property owed to

the Village of Alix and the property in

question is set to go to auction for tax

recovery in Sept.

White reported in August she’d

spent weeks trying to sort out the

issue, but hadn’t been able to even

begin that process because she could

not contact anyone at the CRA; automated

answering systems sent her on

a circular journey.

Now another problem with a second

property has cropped up.

“On the same topic, while preparing

for the upcoming tax recovery public

auction sale scheduled for Sept. 13,

2022, it was discovered there are two

more CRA writs registered on title for

a (second) property up for sale that

day,” stated White in her report.

“In my email to Municipal Affairs, I

asked for advice on how to proceed

since it is very possible we could have

an interested buyer at the auction.”

White noted there has been interest

in this second property among the

public, and she will notify them the

day of the sale that there are CRA

writs registered on that title so it’s possible

the property won’t sell.

She also noted that requests for

information from larger cities bore no

fruit either. Apparently, she noted, situations

like the one the Village of Alix

finds itself in are rather rare.

Councillors accepted the report for

information.

after his father experienced several

armed robberies at his jewellery store

in Ladner, B.C., which is part of the

City of Delta. Lawlor stated the armed

robberies were intense and shocking

and left a lasting impression.

Lawlor also noted the many questions

surrounding changes to victim

services seems true to form with

Alberta’s provincial government

which answers questions by

responding more information will be

coming soon.

After Gongaware described the

management network that’s proposed

to operate the new victims services

system Coun. Cheryl Barros said,

“That’s a lot of people.”

Another detail of the proposed

changes that elicited response from

several councillors is that victim services

staff will only respond to victims

of crime, and that Albertans suffering

under other forms of trauma in their

life, including suicide, addictions,

motor vehicle collisions and natural

disasters, will be turned away.

During discussions several councillors

stated they believed trauma was

trauma, regardless of whether it

stemmed from crime or a natural

disaster.

Coun. Wayne Smith asked what

problem these changes were supposed

to solve.

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Lawlor responded that changes originally

seemed to address budget

shortfalls, but added that in his

opinion these proposed changes will

be more expensive that the current

model.

Coun. Kyle Baker observed it

appeared a regional approach was

being proposed. “They’re making it

less local,” said Baker.

Councillors accepted Gongaware’s

report as information.

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BIG VALLEY COUNCIL

Councillor resigns, by-election set for Oct. 24

Stu Salkeld

Local Journalism Initiative reporter

ECA Review

Less than one year after the last

province-wide municipal election the

Village of Big Valley will be holding a

by-election to fill a vacant council seat.

The councillor resignation was discussed

at the Sept. 8 regular meeting of

council.

Mayor Dan Houle began the discussion

regarding the resignation of

Coun. Gail Knudson, saying everyone

in town probably already knows that

Knudson resigned on Aug. 15. Houle

asked staff if the election had to be held

on Dec. 13.

Village Chief Administrative Officer

(CAO) Elaine Macdonald responded by

providing a number of by-election date

options to choose from, noting that certain

laws apply to by-elections.

She noted elections are usually held

on Mondays as the results need four

more days to make them official which

would be the following Friday.

Macdonald also noted nomination

day must be four weeks before election

day, and councillors had to keep in

mind statutory holidays such as

Thanksgiving coming up.

Coun. Amber Hoogenberg suggested

Oct. 24, and Macdonald added that

would mean nomination day would fall

on Sept. 26 while the by-election could

be publicly advertised on Sept. 12 and

19.


Hoogenberg stated she would like to

see a new councillor elected as soon as

possible. Mayor Houle agreed.

CAO Macdonald was appointed

returning officer. She noted there will

be costs associated with the by-election,

including printing, staff time and

advertising but $1,500 had been budgeted

for elections.

On the morning of Sept. 9 the village

posted a message on its social media

page thanking Knudson for her service

to the community.

Water tower blues

Councillors read two staff reports

about problematic leaks that continue

to plague the municipal water tower

despite the fact a contractor worked on

the tower recently.

In her regular report Public Works

Foreman Amanda Valente stated,

“Have got ahold of Knibbs June 27

regarding the leaks in the tower. He

finally came down July 17 with the line

installer and put in a spray foam (did

not work, it’s still leaking). Have called

(Knibbs) numerous times to tell him

and still haven’t heard back on a definite

date to fix this issue and to start

the cladding.”

In her regular report to council CAO

Macdonald followed up on that by

stating, “I...have asked for a concrete

timeline as it’s getting into fall now

and we need this work completed.”

Macdonald stated Knibbs promised to

respond soon.

CLIVE COUNCIL

Council hears province

has heart set on

provincial police

Stu Salkeld

Local Journalism Initiative reporter

ECA Review

Clive village council heard that the

provincial government is now in “sell”

mode on a provincial police force,

rather than “engagement” mode. The

report was made at the Sept. 12 regular

meeting of council.

Village Chief Administrative Officer

(CAO) Carla Kenney stated she’d

recently participated in a virtual

engagement with Justice Minister

Tyler Shandro, along with other

municipalities including Blackfalds

and Ponoka County.

“Each municipality was given time

to state their concerns, Minister

Shandro was well prepared with

answers to all concerns raised,” stated

Kenney’s report.

During discussion the CAO stated

the province isn’t really engaging with

municipalities anymore on a proposed

provincial police force, “...they’re

selling a provincial police force. I think

it’s kind of futile (to disagree or question

the proposal).”

Kenney stated that during the session

Minister Shandro quickly had a

response for any concern or disagreement

that was brought up.

Tax time

Kenney reported property taxes

were due Aug. 31. “Penalties totalling

$4,185.30 were applied to 25 properties

owing 2022 property taxes on Sept. 1,

5.8 per cent of the total property tax

bill,” stated Kenney in her summary.

“This compares to $3,295.25 of penalties

and 26 properties in 2021, $6,480.12

of penalties and 37 properties in 2019

and $6,690.89 of penalties and 37 properties

in 2018.”

Your problem now

During her report Kenney mentioned

another session she took part in

where a scholarly research paper was

presented on how the provincial government

may or may not transfer

certain grants to municipalities.

“The rationale for capital transfers”

stated villages like Clive could fund

their own capital projects rather than

receive provincial capital transfers or

grants if the project only benefits the

municipality and not the province.

Capital projects include things like

sewage lagoons, new roads and other

infrastructure that easily run into the

millions of dollars.

Kenney reported that the

researchers suggested municipalities

pay for such projects out of their tax

base.

No news is good news

The CAO also reported the Hwy.

#12/21 Water Commission pipeline to

Clive is not in service yet. She said the

village is waiting to see what’s going

on as it’s “...still in limbo.”

She noted it’s expected to be completed

sometime this fall.

The line has been delayed for

months and at previous council meetings

the supply chain issue was

blamed.

Turn to Nuisance, Pg 11

During discussion councillors and

staff stated Knibbs is being called to

work on the water tower as warranty

work. Macdonald noted that Knibbs,

during one of their visits, found “...a

couple of holes in the (water tower)

liner” and also had a couple of boots

made for the bottom.

The CAO stated it’s hoped the contractor

can then start filling to

address the saturation. Macdonald

also noted the contractor told her they

don’t think there will be a problem

with freezing this winter as loose

water should dry naturally if the leaks

are sealed.

When asked where the holes came

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The mayor stated council would discuss

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Coun. Hoogenberg seemed frustrated

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ALIX COUNCIL

Residents ask for village’s help with encroaching garage

Stu Salkeld

Local Journalism initiative reporter

ECA Review

A pair of property owners in the

Village of Alix have a few issues with

selling their property and they’re

hoping the municipality can help them

out. The pair made a presentation at

the Sept. 7 regular meeting of council.

Larry Garrett and Kari Latendre

spoke directly to council to ask for help

with their property located at 5303 47th

Street in Alix. Garrett told councillors

the pair is trying to sell their house but

there is a problem: there’s an encroachment

on village property.

Garrett also noted the house is

closer to the property line than it’s supposed

to be.

Garrett stated they’ve had interest

in the property from buyers, but no

one wants to buy a property with the

encroachment issue.

Village Chief Administrative Officer

(CAO) Michelle White stated the

garage appears to be sitting on an

undeveloped road right-of-way that’s

listed as 45th street on village maps.

White presented a real property

report to councillors illustrating the

issue.

The CAO stated the setback issue on

the house may have been caused by the

lot’s unusual shape and possibly at the

time it was allowed.

However, White noted the house’s

rear yard setback doesn’t meet the

Village of Alix’ current land-use

bylaw. White stated she looked

through the village’s files and found

the land file in question from 1977 and

there was nothing in the file stating

the rear yard setback was allowed a

variance.

Latendre stated that 45 years ago the

Village of Alix staff approved the foundation

placement for the house.

Garrett added that he was told that

when the garage was placed about 40

years ago the Village of Alix had

stakes in the ground and there was no

problem.

Latendre noted Alix already has two

streets there and the undeveloped

right-of-way would be a third.

Coun. Barb Gilliat noted she went

over to see the location in person on

Sept. 7.

Latendre stated that Garrett’s father

moved the house in from Lacombe and

back then the right-of-way was called

an alley, not a road.

“They didn’t have real property

reports back in 1977,” said Latendre.

White stated the undeveloped road

allowance could be important in the

future as property next to 45th Street

is earmarked for future growth.

Coun. Ed Cole noted the garage was

placed five years after the house and

wanted to know what the garage’s

development permit said.

The CAO stated there is no development

permit on file for that garage.

The CAO further stated she contacted

Parkland Community Planning

Services (PCPS), professional development

consultants, and asked their

opinion.

PCPS suggested a license to occupy

which would allow the garage to

encroach until the road allowance is

developed.

Latendre responded that wasn’t a

useful suggestion when trying to sell a

house. At this point Garrett referred to

the village’s comments as, “...I dotting

and T crossing.”

Coun. Tim Besuijen stated if the

road allowance is closed and sold, it’s

closed forever which he balked at

because, if the eastern lands are developed

in the future, it would be nice to

have two entrances to them. He wondered

if there were any other options

Larry Garrett and Kari Latendre spoke directly to council to ask for help with their property

located at 5303 47th Street in Alix, Alta. Garrett told councillors the pair is trying to sell their

house but the garage encroaches on a road allowance.

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available.

White stated she could contact PCPS

again and do more investigation before

councillors make a decision.

Mayor Rob Fehr stated he wanted to

explore all possible options and told

the property owners he understood

where they were coming from.

Coun. Janice Besuijen stated she

would like more information and

added she didn’t want to make a decision

that hamstrings a future council.

Fehr added the village was making

no guarantees to Garrett and Latendre

but wanted to ensure every option was

presented before a decision was made.

The CAO stated she would plan to

have an update for the next regular

council meeting.

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the opinions of this newspaper.


EDITORIAL

Populist peril when elected

Brenda Schimke

ECA Review

Pierre Poilievre won the hearts and

minds of the vast majority of conservative

party members to become its new

leader. Now it’s his turn to try and

defeat the conservative party’s number

one nemesis—a Trudeau, any

Trudeau! Something his predecessors,

Stephen Harper, Andrew Scheer and

Erin O’Toole

could not

accomplish.

It should be a

cake walk—

Canadians

seldom vote for a

prime minister

running in their

fourth election.

Poilievre’s sharp

tongue and ‘rage

farming’ was certainly

embraced

by conservatives,

but will it resonate

with

ordinary

Canadians?

Harper lost to

Trudeau by

losing control of

the anti-immigrant

sentiment

within his party;

Scheer lost because of his secrecy

around his social conservative agenda;

and O’Toole lost because he played a

populous to win the leadership and

then reverted to his conservative roots

during the election campaign.

Pierre Poilievre will not disappoint

his members in the same way. He’s not

a social conservative, he won’t allow

the anti-immigrant sentiment to

emerge and he won’t change his

stripes. His challenges will be

different.

Throughout the pandemic, he’s pandered

to conspiracy theorists who

believe baseless suspicions about the

World Economic Forum (orchestrated

the pandemic to take control of the

global economy), the Bank of Canada

(its policies caused all our inflation);


It will be interesting

to see whether they can

pivot away from Alberta

‘beefs’; understand a

freedom given to one

group, is a freedom taken

from another; and whether

they have something

tangible to offer

disenfranchised liberals

and swing voters in other

areas of the country.

and the COVID-19 vaccines (the shot

implants a microchip so the government

can track your every move).

His solutions are steeped in rhetoric

showing little understanding about the

complexity of governance in a democracy

or the impacts of a global

economic system. Democracies and

businesses require faith in institutions,

not the promotion of

misinformation or disinformation.

When Poilievre

assures

Canadians that

he will never

impose health

restrictions again

even if an out-ofcontrol

pandemic,

he has given his

nod to rural,

young and

healthy

Canadians over

those living in

crowded urban

areas, the elderly,

the compromised

and those

working in the

medical field.

Which in

essence glorifies

Darwin’s natural

selection evolutionary

theory

that only the strong survive, and

diminishes the Good Samaritan message

in the Gospels which instruct us

to love our neighbour as we love ourselves,

including those we disagree

with.

When Poilievre actively supports a

group of people who take over residential

and business neighbourhoods in

downtown Ottawa or close economic

traffic at Ontario and Alberta border

crossings, he has endorsed setting

aside not only the rights of urban

dwellers to live in peace, but also the

economic freedom of thousands to

exchange goods and services in a free

market.

When he walks with criminals, he

flaunts law and order.

To attack the Bank of Canada is pure


ignorance, but be assured if he pursues

this course, it will have a chilling

effect on all of our economic freedoms.

And that is the main concern of the

small number of conservatives who

voted for an alternate leadership candidate.

Scott Aitchison summed their

feelings up well in the last leadership

debate, “Every time I hear a conservative

talking about some conspiracy

theory—there’s another group of

swing voters in the greater Toronto

area that just are not going to come our

way.” After the fist-pumping ends,

conservative operatives need to

remind themselves that ‘rage farming’

and winning leadership campaigns

are easy – governance is much harder.

We need look no further than Boris

Johnson in Great Britain and Jason

Kenney—two men who forged ahead

with their populist agendas even as a

world-wide pandemic raged. Each

arrived on the scene with great fanfare

in 2019, both were booted out by their

respective parties in 2022.

It’s very hard for populous leaders to

move into governance. Johnson delivered

Brexit but had no idea how to

govern on those day-to-day issues that

actually affect ordinary working Brits.

Today, Britain’s inflation and economic

troubles are far worse than any

other first-world democracy.

Kenney got the power, and while

focussing on his secretive populist

agenda and his hate for Ottawa, he

forgot the people he represented.

Both men were completely unprepared

to govern when a crisis arrived.

On the other hand, populist Premier

Doug Ford in Ontario changed his

focus within six months after the pandemic

started. He called conspiracy

theories ‘nuts’, listened to and supported

his public health experts and

worked cooperatively with Trudeau to

bring federal dollars into his province.

Doug Ford gets re-elected in a landslide

victory. Johnson and Kenney are

history.

With the power-base of the conservative

party in Calgary, it will be

interesting to see whether they can

pivot away from Alberta ‘beefs’; understand

a freedom given to one group, is

a freedom taken from another; and

whether they have something tangible

to offer disenfranchised liberals and

swing voters in other areas of the

country.

Pierre Poilievre is popular with his

base because he confidently sells

simple solutions to complex problems.

He must now convince the majority of

Canadians to believe the same way.


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Dear Editor,

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titled ‘Health care delivery shows

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I think she covered problems caused

by the UCP in health care as well as I

have seen anywhere and I would like

to see her editorial in every newspaper

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Our health care workers are excellent

but they are being overworked to

the point of exhaustion in many cases,

and government cutbacks seem to be

the cause of this.

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Profound sorrow over passing of Her Majesty

by Damien C. Kurek, M.P.

(Battle River—Crowfoot)

On behalf of the people of

Battle River—Crowfoot,

Danielle and I would like to

express our profound

sorrow on the passing of

Her Majesty Queen

Elizabeth.

Further, as a

Parliamentarian in a

Commonwealth

country, a Canadian,

and a Conservative with

the deepest respect for

our democratic institutions…

this is a moment Kurek

of great sadness as we

bid farewell to Her

Majesty. She served as the

model for integrity, poise, and

dignity during her reign as sovereign

of our great nation.


Freeland’s answer: definitely not

Dear Editor,

Finance Minister Freeland

held a news conference in BC on

Wed. Sept. 7.

When a reporter asked her if

their was any help coming for the

people her answer was “definitely

not” because they didn’t

want to fuel inflation.

Time for a real evaluation

Dear Editor,

do some reflection on what

Wow, to say these last two and a half has taken place.

years has been a roller coaster is a Health agencies now are

vast understatement.

advertising that the vaccinated

can catch, spread the

The threat of something deadly

looming always in the backs of our enemy in question. So what

minds had us washing groceries, eyeballing

everyone around us

ungrateful people we

exactly did we do to those

suspiciously, and locking ourselves ousted…

away.

We need to really ask ourselves

what types of abuses

The ungrateful few grew loud and

cantankerous, they suspected a and neglect we subjected

disaster was afoot, they were ridiculed our fellow man to.

and fined and socially outcasted for We dismantled a full

their opinions.

healthy culture because of

Looking back now, they were probably

right.

about history repeating

fear of the unknowns. Talk

The fear only continued to rise like a itself. I can count many

war machine from the depths of hell, many times reading opinion

families torn apart and distanced, pieces about how unvaccinated

should be rounded up

friends exiled and alienated. It was a

driving force, the likes that man and placed in camps. My

hadn’t seen in many many years. The God have we ever forgotten

rise of the vaccinated versus the who Canadians are. Our

unvaccinated became the hottest topic ancestor’s bled and died so

of 2021. Never before had something so that human life and human

polarizing entered Canadian society. rights could be preserved.

The government commanded these What kind of people are

people were a plague of locusts among we exactly?

us. The response

was almost universal,

these

people needed to

be ousted from

jobs, ousted from

friendships and

family relations

post haste. They

are going to kill

all of us.

Something was

taking place in

our society, a rift

that may well

take us a century

to repair.

Hindsight is

always 20/20, and

I think now that

fear is lessened,

we need to really

Visiting Canada more than 20

times since her coronation, our

country always had a special

place in Her Majesty’s heart.

She played an integral role in

making Canada into

the country we see

today.

Notably, she

signed the

Constitution Act

granting Canada the

ability to amend our

constitution with

full autonomy.

She entrenched

the Charter of

Rights and

Freedoms firmly

into Canadian law. This

moment was key for laying the

groundwork for Canada’s future

autonomous and democratic

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You have to wonder how

helping a few people at the bottom

of the food chain to buy a few

necessities of life would fuel

inflation.

If this would upset the apple

cart, I think we are in big trouble,

and on top of that we have winter

just around the corner.

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governance.

Further, her role in the

Canadian Armed Forces has

had a profound impact on all

those who have donned our

nation’s uniform. Canada will

always be grateful for the influence

she had in the evolution of

our country.

As Britain’s longest-serving

monarch, Her Majesty was a

gift to us all. As Canada moves

forward, as we have always

done, it is important, if not integral,

to never forget the

strength she instilled in us as a

nation.

Queen Elizabeth II was the

epitome of grace. The profound

lessons in leadership she provided

will serve as an example

for many years to come. These

lessons are embedded in many

I wonder if anybody can

really explain what inflation

is? It seems the cure for

it is to inflate the banks

already “obscene profits.”

Robert Blagen

Youngstown, Alta.

Are we so willing to put

people through monetary,

psychological, and physical

abuses because of fear?

The answer is a

resounding YES. We really

are ready and willing to

abolish human rights and

human life for our own

safety, being physical, financial

or social.

I think it’s time for a real

evaluation of the type of

Canada we want to live in. I

think this pandemic has

shaken our society right

down to the foundations. I

like many, don’t like the

skeletons that have resurfaced,

I’m ashamed of the

way people have been

treated. It’s time for apologies,

mending of fences and

true reconciliation.

It’s time to repair.

Shannon Currie

Blackfalds, Alta.

facets of life in Canada: our

service men and women,

who selflessly protect

Canada from malevolent

entities wishing us harm;

emergency responders, who

risk their lives to save

another; and folks who are

willing to put in the blood,

sweat, and tears to aid less

fortunate here and around

the world.

Selflessness is the

Canadian way and was

something Her Majesty

exemplified time and time

again. In fact, her last public

message was one of care

regarding the recent

tragedy in Saskatchewan.

Her Majesty’s sense of

duty and service to others

was always paramount in

her reign. This was evident

in the numerous goodwill

and charitable organizations

she endeavoured to

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She, herself, put it best

when she said, “My whole

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of our great imperial family,

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people, we shall forever

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love and commitment to the

Commonwealth, which will

serve as a guidepost to King

Charles III.

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World will not be the same without “my” Queen

by Lois Perepelitz

Our gracious Queen is gone.

Like millions of other people she has

been “my” Queen all of my life. She

was always there, mostly in the background

of my life, but still there.

When I started school her picture

was front and centre on the front wall

so we could look at it while we sang

“God Save The Queen”. I thought she

was so beautiful, with her white dress

and blue sash, and that crown was the

best. To me she was the perfect picture

of a Queen because in my young mind

a Queen was supposed to be beautiful.

The majority of my ancestry is

British and my grandfather would tell

us that she was the Queen and should

be held in highest regard because of

that and not because of what she

looked like.

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• Dave Fabrizi, via Facebook, on MLB’s

playoff schedule ending with a possible

Game 7 of the World Series on Nov. 5: “If

they happen to have a rainout, the game

might be shown at halftime of the Bills-

Jets game on Nov. 6. I can hardly wait.”

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Dodger announcer Rick Monday didn’t

marry actress Tuesday Weld. Then she

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and defence in a recent game: “That

licorice ice cream and the pickle pizza at

the State Fair don’t seem quite so awful

by comparison.”

• Adam Herman, on Twitter: “Every

women’s hockey biography is like, ‘she

has a master’s in biochemistry and is

a cancer researcher at Sloan Kettering’

and every men’s bio is like, ‘his favourite

cereal is Fruit Loops.’”

• Brad Dickson of Omaha, who revels

in lampooning Nebraska Cornhuskers’

recent football play: “I’m looking at the

Huskers’ schedule and I’m pretty sure

Gretna High could finish 5-7 with this

schedule.”

At Christmas the turkey

would be put into the oven

then nothing else would be

done until after the Queen’s

Christmas message, and

during this message there

was to be no playing or

talking. We had to actually

listen to the message.

I always liked the

idea that she was a

fellow dog and

horse lover. When

the RCMP gave her

one of their beautiful

black horses I

thought it was the

perfect gift for a

perfect Queen. I felt

so proud when they

started saying that

it was her favourite

horse.

She smiled a lot, but then

she probably thought she

had to with the camera on

her all the time. She had a

very nice smile but it would

get even nicer when she was

watching something that

she really enjoyed. You

could always tell when she

had made a witty remark or

told a joke because then

there would be a twinkle in

her eyes. Somehow you just

knew that she had a wicked

sense of humour and I

wished we could

have seen more of

it.

She was intelligent

and liked

learning new

things. When she

would be on a tour

of a new factory or

business she was

always asking

Perepelitz questions and

really listening to

the answers.

I know being a Queen is

not all smiles and jokes. She

went through many hard

times with her country,

wars and recessions, and

times when the people

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SALE

SALE

Singer TIME: 29K2 Treadle Sewing Machine (Leather

.22WMR Lever Action, Tube Load, s/n: F337117;

TIME:

Patcher); 10:00AMThunder Mug; Wood CIL Ammo Box;

Winchester Model 94-22 XTR .22S/L/LR Lever

10:00AM

LUNCH

8 Quarters – 1265.76 acres m/l

AVAILABLE

Enamel Pitchers, Bowls, Wash Basins, Spittoon;

Action, Tube Load, Checkered Stock and Fore

LUNCH

AVAILABLE

VEHICLES

NO Copper BUYERS Boilers; Coleman Lanterns; 1gal Crock;

End, s/n: F422917; Winchester Model 94-22 Hydrometer; 3 Tier Jerky Drying Rack

NO BUYERS

FEE

2005 Dodge 3500 Laramie Quad Cab 4X4 New House No.4 1/2

TOTAL DEEDED: 632.99 acres FRIDAY, Wolf Trap; Brass Bell;

m/l AUGUST 5, 2016

XTR .22S/L/LR Lever Action, Tube Load, s/n: FISHING, HUNTING & OUTDOOR FEE

dsl Truck, Auto Trans, Short box, Leather

seats, 5th Wheel Hitch, 213,000kms, Maker; DIRECTIONS: 1/2gal Medalta FROM Crock; DELIA 8 Milk ON Bottle HWY w/ 908m GO Leupold 3.2KMS 6 (2 Power MILES) Scope; EAST Beretta TO Model R.R. 17.2

Medalta 5gal Crock; Wonder 5 Strand Rope

5330964; Rem Model 700 Mountain Rifle, w/7-

EQUIPMENT

Sage

THEN

GFL590

GO NORTH

SP Fly Rod;

7.2KMS

Sage

(4.5MILES).

GFL 1090

s/n:3D7LS38C45G792539; TOTAL LEASE: 1997 632.77 Ford

RURAL acres ADDRESS: m/l 320044 17-2. FROM HANNA ON HWY 9 GO 36KMS(22 MILES) WEST TO R.R. 17.2 THEN GO NORTH

Carrier; Dr. Scholl’s Arch Fitter; Ship Auger;

300 12ga Semi Auto Shotgun; Thompson Center

45cal Black Powder Rifle; Parker Hale Mod-

RPLX Fly Rod; Sage GFL 890 RPLX Fly Rod;

7.2KMS(4.5MILES). RURAL ADDRESS: 320044 17-2. CONTACT NUMBER: 403-556-3655 – GREG

Explorer 4X4, Auto Trans, 140,000kms, Sickle; Draw Knives; Bale Hooks; 2-Broad Axes;

Berkley Elite 8’6” 7 - 8 weight Fly Rod; Fenwick

s/n:1FMZU34X2WUA14077; 1994 Toyota Hatchets; Ass. Buck Saws; 2- Snowshoes; LAWN Bone

el 58cal model 1861 Enfield; Liberty 15 Gun

& GARDEN EQUIPMENT Mag; Savage Model 10 .223 Eagle REM Bolt 9’6” Action 9 weight Fly Rod & Reel; Shimano

JD Z445 Z Trac Zero Turner Gas Lawnmower, Rifle, Heavy Barrel, Synthetic Stock, Leupold

SR5

PARCEL

Truck, 5spd manual,

#

4X4,

3250,000kms,


Spreaders w/Brass Bells; Spurs; Barrel Dolly

Safe; 6 Gun Wood Cabinet; Approx. 1000rds of

front weights, w/54” cut, rear bagger, 278hrs; Vari –X III 1.75X6E-32MM Scope, Convergence s/n:F715407; Graphite 10’6” Mouching Rods w/

s/n:JT4VN13G7R5144702

Restored; Cream Cans; Bean Pot; Cow Honda Bells; FR650

Federal

Rear Tine

Gold

Rototiller;

Metal

MTD

Match

Reverse

Tine 5hp Rototiller; Mantis Flower Bed Synthetic Stock, Leupold M8-4X Scope, s/n:72-

Grade Ruger 223REM M77 .338 69gr WIN MAG Bolt Action Rifle,

Shimano Tekota Line Counters; Mitchell, Berkley,

Model & Shimano 870 12ga Open Face Casting Rods &

Rototiller; Herd Electric Broadcaster; ATV Estate

6 TRACTOR Quarters & FARM EQUIPMENT – 957 acres

Cream Separator;

m/l

Calgary & Lethbridge Lager

Ammo; Approx 1000rds of Federal Gold Metal

6748; Remington Wing Master

Sprayer; 2 Honda Water Pumps, w/hose (1 High Pump Action Shotgun, 2 3/4” Shells, Full Choke,

MF 461 MFWA dsl Industrial Tractor, Open Station,

TOTAL ROPS, 3pth, PTO, DEEDED: dual hyd, w/MF 1055 Fishing Net; Western Pottery Crock; Sausage

Bottles; Buffalo Coat; Indian Stone Hammers;

Match Grade .308 WIN Ammo; 338WIN Mag

Pressure); Stihl FS36 Gas Trimmer; Husqvarna

Hedge Trimmer; Irrigation Sprinkler system Pump Action Repeater, s/n:299571; Ithaca Mod-

s/n:1265058V; Winchester Model Reels; 61 Lg .22WMR Quantity of Lures, Plugs, Nets, Rods;

Ammo; .22WMR Ammo; .44-40 Ammo; Antique

637 acres m/l

Lg Quantity of Hand Tied Flies; Bow River Archery

Semi Auto Recurve .22LR Bow 66lbs @ 27”, 58” BRB 108

heads; Poly Wheel Barrow; Stihl MS361 Chainsaw;

No Drift Chemical Applicator; Assorted Mossberg & Sons Model 152

el 72 .22WMR Lever Action, s/n:73009329; O.F.

FEL, joystick control, 6’ bucket, S.B. Pallet Forks, Press; Burns Lard Pail; Sad Irons; Stockholm Boxes of .270WIN, .303 British, .30US, .32LR,

Hand Garden Tools; Cedar Planks 1”, 2”, 4X10 & Only, w/ Leupold M8-4 Compact Scope; Winchester

Model 94-22M XTR w/Quiver .22WMR Lever & Arrows; Ac-

Ben Pearson Varsity 7120

14.9X24r.r., 8 X16; Benches; Deer Wind Vane; Plastic Snow

TOTAL

570hrs,

LEASE:

s/n:9852EP07064;

320

Farm Cream Separator; 3-Northern Electric Wall, .280REM, .38SPL, .30-06, 6.5mm MANNacres

m/l

Fence

tion, Tube Load, Checkered Stock and Fore End,

King 740 3pth Snowblower w/Hyd. Spout; Wallenstein

3pth Hyd Log Splitter; Moratorim MZ

Wood & Crank Phones; Butter Churn; Ice Tongs; SCHOEN, 12ga, .22 Wiz-Bang, CIL, Dominion;

60” Recurve Bow 45lbs @ 28”; Sausage Press;

ANTIQUES

s/n: F451593; Winchester Model 94-22M XTR

Valve Grinder; Brass Fire Ext.; Bow Saw; Medalta Remington 175th Anniversary 22LR Boxes

Singer 29K2 Treadle Sewing Machine (Leather

.22WMR Lever Action, Tube Load, Minnow s/n: F337117; Traps; Canvas Wall Tents; Coolers; Thermos;

Stock Decoys; and Fore Wood Heater; Cabin Heater; As-

Patcher); Thunder Mug; Wood CIL Ammo Box;

Winchester Model 94-22 XTR .22S/L/LR Lever

9185 6’ Industrial 3pth Rototiller; Venture Fabrication

8’ Hyd Box; craper; 3pth Bale Spike;

Elk 400”(gross) 2LH, 1RH; White Tail 201”(gross) sorted Animal Traps; Buck, Gerber, Wyoming

10gal, 5gal, 12gal, 4gal , 3gal crocks; Red Wing

SHED ANTLERS

Enamel Pitchers, Bowls, Wash Basins, Spittoon;

Action, Tube Load, Checkered

2gal, 3gal &

PARCEL # 4 –

VEHICLES 6gal Crocks; Red Wing 4gal

Copper

Butter

Boilers; Coleman Lanterns; 1gal Crock;

End, s/n: F422917; Winchester Model 94-22 Hydrometer; 3 Tier Jerky Drying Rack

2005 Dodge 3500 Laramie Quad Cab 4X4 New House No.4 1/2 Wolf Trap; Brass Bell;

XTR .22S/L/LR Lever Action, Tube Load, s/n:

Churn; Medalta 5gal Butter Churn; Medalta Red

FISHING, HUNTING & OUTDOOR

Hi Hog Bucket mount bale spike; G.H. 10’ Cult.;

5 X 7; Lg Assortment of 70”

dsl Truck, Auto Trans, Short box, Leather

& seats, White 5th Bean Wheel Pot; 5gal Hitch, Lard 213,000kms, Pail; Beaded Maker; Indian 1/2gal Medalta Crock; 8 Milk Bottle w/

Medalta 5gal Crock; Wonder 5 Strand Rope

5330964; to 90”(gross) Rem Model White 700 Mountain Knives, Rifle, Weinand w/7- and assorted EQUIPMENT belt & folding

08m Leupold 6 Power Scope; Beretta Model

Sage GFL590 SP Fly Rod; Sage GFL 1090

Cockshutt 4 Quarters 10’ Disc; 8’ Harrow – Bar 638 w/Flex acres Harrows;

8’ Cult. w/Harrrows; 4 Wheel Farm Wagon

lina Mount; Kangaroo Hide; Coyote Pelt

Poly Sled; Lg Assortment Berkley Elite of 8’6” Coolers; 7 - 8 weight Gas Fly Ice Rod; Fenwick

Tail & Mule Deer Sheds; Full Turkey Mount; Java-

s/n:3D7LS38C45G792539; m/l 1997 Ford Carrier; Dr. Scholl’s Arch Fitter; Ship Auger;

300 12ga Semi Auto Shotgun; knives; Thompson Charcoal; Center

45cal Black Powder Rifle; Parker Hale Mod-

Bar-B-Que; Folding Tables;

Mittens; NHL Hockey Night in Canada Table top

RPLX Fly Rod; Sage GFL 890 RPLX Fly Rod;

Explorer 4X4, Auto Trans, 140,000kms, Sickle; Draw Knives; Bale Hooks; 2-Broad Axes;

s/n:1FMZU34X2WUA14077; Hockey Game w/Metal 1994 Montreal Toyota Canadian Hatchets; & Toronto

Maple Leaf Players; Hand Up Harry w/Box;

Ass. Buck Saws; 2- Snowshoes; Bone

el 58cal model 1861 Enfield; Liberty 15 Gun

Eagle 9’6” 9 weight Fly Rod & Reel; Shimano

TOTAL DEEDED: 638 SR5 Truck, acres 5spd manual, m/l 4X4, 250,000kms, Spreaders w/Brass Bells; Spurs; Barrel Dolly

Safe; 6 Gun Wood Cabinet; Approx. 1000rds of

BOATS, TRAILER & ATV’S

COMPLETE MEAT PROCESSING Augers; Propane “Outdoor Convergence Cookers” Graphite 10’6” dual Mouching burner Rods w/

s/n:JT4VN13G7R5144702

Restored; Cream Cans; Bean Pot; Cow Bells;

Federal Gold Metal Match Grade 223REM 69gr

Shimano Tekota Line Counters; Mitchell, Berkley,

& Shimano Open Face Casting Rods &

1992 Lund Baron 21’ Deep V Alum. Open Bow TRACTOR & FARM EQUIPMENT Cream Separator; Calgary & Lethbridge Lager

Ammo; Approx 1000rds of Federal Gold Metal

Painted Buffalo Skull; Antique Comic Books;

EQUIPMENT

cook top; Camp Chef Triple burner camp stove;

MF 461 MFWA dsl Industrial Tractor, Open Station,

Bottles; Buffalo Coat; Indian Stone Hammers;

Match Grade .308 WIN Ammo; 338WIN Mag

Reels; Lg Quantity of Lures, Plugs, Nets, Rods;

Fishing Boat, w/351 V8, OMC Cobra Drive, Lg

ROPS,

Collection

3pth, PTO,

of Indian

dual hyd,

Arrowhead

w/MF 1055

& Artifacts Fishing Net; ; Insulated Propane Smoker (7

Western Pottery Crock; Sausage

Ammo; ft. high .22WMR X 4 Ammo; ft. 4 Du-O-Matic 375 Reloader; Lg Quantity of Reloading

& Outdoor chery Books; Recurve Norco Bow 66lbs 12spd @ 27”, Moun-

58” BRB 108

.44-40 Ammo; Antique

Lg Quantity of Hand Tied Flies; Bow River Ar-

FEL, joystick control, 6’ bucket, S.B. Pallet Forks, Press; Burns Lard Pail; Sad Irons; Stockholm Boxes of .270WIN, .303 British, .30US, .32LR,

S.S. Prop, Mercury 9.9hp Pro Kicker Trolling Medalta Piggy Bank; Tandy Craft Leather Kits; inches wide X 3 ft. deep) with 4 mesh racks 31 “

PARCEL # 5 – 14.9X24r.r., 570hrs, s/n:9852EP07064; Farm Cream Separator; 3-Northern Electric Wall, .280REM, .38SPL, .30-06, 6.5mm MANNw/Quiver

& Arrows; Ben Pearson Varsity 7120

Motor, Travel Tarp, Chuckwagon Tarp, Storage King Leather 740 3pth Stamping Snowblower & Carving w/Hyd. Spout; Tools; Wallenstein

3pth Hyd Log Splitter; Moratorim MZ

Ash Wood Tray; & Fox Crank Phones; X 27 “ Butter and sausage Churn; Ice rods; Tongs; 75 SCHOEN, lb. electric 12ga, sausage .22 Wiz-Bang, tain CIL, Bike; Dominion; Ladies 3spd Bike

60” Recurve Bow 45lbs @ 28”; Sausage Press;

Valve Grinder; Brass Fire Ext.; Bow Saw; Medalta Remington 175th Anniversary 22LR Boxes

Minnow Traps; Canvas Wall Tents; Coolers; Thermos;

Decoys; Wood Heater; Cabin Heater; As-

Tarp, Depth Sounders, Tandem Trailer w/gravel Hat; Woven Indian Bowl; 2-Hay Knives;

9185 6’ Industrial 3pth Rototiller; Venture Fabrication

8’ Hyd

10gal, Standard mixer; Globe Model 422 Electric Meatgrinder

5gal, 12gal, 4gal , 3gal crocks; Red Wing

SHED ANTLERS

BUFFALO

6 Quarters - 960 acres m/l

2gal, 3gal & 6gal Crocks; Red Wing 4gal Butter

guard, Hyd surge brakes, s/n:LUNU0443G192; Wash Board; Box; Small craper; Beam 3pth Bale Scale; Spike; Elgin National

Coffee Grinder; Canvas Backpack; & White Leather Bean Pot; Berkel 5gal Lard Meat Pail; Slicer Beaded Model Indian 825, 10” blade; Tara

S4E667; Omcan Model C1, Elk 0.5 400”(gross) HP Emulsifier; 2LH, 1RH; White 1 Bull, Tail 201”(gross) approx 18years sorted Animal old; 3 Traps; Buffalo Buck, Cows Gerber, & Wyoming

Churn; Medalta 5gal Butter Churn; Medalta Red

Hi Hog Bucket mount bale spike; G.H. 10’ Cult.;

5 X 7; Lg Assortment of 70” to 90”(gross) White Knives, Weinand and assorted belt & folding

2004 Lund WC 14’ Fishing Boat, w/Honda 20hp Cockshutt 10’ Disc; 8’ Harrow Bar w/Flex Harrows;

8’ acres Cult. w/Harrrows; 4 m/l Wheel Farm Wagon

lina Mount; Kangaroo Hide; Coyote Pelt

Poly Sled; Lg Assortment of Coolers; Gas Ice

Tail & Mule Deer Sheds; Full Turkey Calves; Mount; 1 Yearling Java-

knives; Bull Charcoal; Bar-B-Que; Folding Tables;

Mittens; NHL Hockey Night in Canada Table top

TOTAL DEEDED: 160 Assist-Tilt motor, Electric Start, Oars, 3 Folding

Seats, s/n:CAZLUBB113E304. Midwest S.A. monics; Findlay Bros. Cook Stove; Wooden lb.); Myweigh Electric Scale (2600 gram); As-

Gauge Knife; M. HOHNER C Key & A Hockey Key Har-

Electric Band Saw; Ultraship Electric Scale (55

Game w/Metal Montreal Canadian & Toronto

Maple Leaf Players; Hand Up Harry w/Box;

BOATS, TRAILER & ATV’S

COMPLETE MEAT PROCESSING LIVESTOCK Augers; & DEER Propane EQUIPMENT

“Outdoor Cookers” dual burner

1992 Lund Baron 21’ Deep V Alum. Open Bow Painted Buffalo Skull; Antique Comic Books;

EQUIPMENT Delclayna Len Jubinville

cook top; Camp

The

Chef

Deer

Triple

Handler

burner camp stove;

TOTAL LEASE: 800 Fishing acres Boat, w/351 m/l V8, OMC Cobra Drive, Lg Collection of Indian Arrowhead & Artifacts ; Insulated Propane Smoker (7 ft. high X 4 ft. 4 Du-O-Matic 375 Reloader; Lg Quantity of Reloading

& Outdoor Books; Norco 12spd Moun-

Boat Trailer, s/n:1MDARER144A258270; Springbok

12’ Alum. Boat; Pontoon Boat; 2002 Steel-

Potato Digger; Horse Drawn Ice Cutter; Wood Bacon Hangers; Gum tape dispenser and tape;

Wagon Wheels; 2 Garden Cults; Horse Drawn sortment of hand meat saws; (12) Stainless Steel

S.S. Prop, Mercury 9.9hp Pro Kicker Trolling Medalta Piggy Bank; Tandy Craft Leather Kits; inches wide X 3 ft. deep) with 4 mesh racks 31 “

Motor, Travel Tarp, Chuckwagon Tarp, Storage Leather Stamping & Carving Tools; Ash Tray; Fox X 27 “ and sausage rods; 75 lb. electric sausage tain Bike; Ladies 3spd Bike

Portable Deer Handling System; 2 Bale Rd

Tarp, Depth Sounders, Tandem Trailer w/gravel Hat; Woven Indian Bowl; 2-Hay Knives; Standard mixer; Globe Model 422 Electric Meatgrinder

BUFFALO

dec 18’ Tandem Tilt Deck Trailer, 235/85R16 Planes; Hames; Enamel Wood Cook Stove E7R Poly Bag Sealer and tape; Freezer Paper

Bale Feeder; High Tensile Wire; 200 & 250 gal

guard, Hyd surge brakes, s/n:LUNU0443G192; Wash Board; Small Beam Scale; Elgin National

Coffee Grinder; roll Canvas holder Backpack; 18”; Hog Leather Ring Pliers Berkel (3/8” Meat - 3/4”) Slicer and Poly Tanks; Treated Rails; Poly Feeder; Chicken

S4E667; Omcan Model C1, 0.5 HP Emulsifier; 1 Bull, approx 18years old; 3 Buffalo Cows &

2004 Lund WC 14’ Fishing Boat, w/Honda 20hp

Model 825, 10” blade; Tara Calves; 1 Yearling Bull

Tires, s/n:19032002; 2002 Arctic Fox 235A FIREARMS & AMMUNITION

Assist-Tilt motor, Electric Start, Oars, 3 Folding

Seats, s/n:CAZLUBB113E304. Midwest S.A. monics; Findlay Bros. Cook Stove; Wooden lb.); Myweigh Electric Scale (2600 gram); As-

Gauge Knife; M. HOHNER C Key & A Key Har-

Electric Band Saw; Ultraship Electric Scale (55

PARCEL # 6 –

rings; Cast Iron single burger press and paper; Broader LIVESTOCK & DEER EQUIPMENT

23.5’ 5th Wheel Holiday Trailer, 1 Slide, Remington Model 24 Semi Auto .22LR, TERMS rear AND Delclayna Len Jubinville The Deer Handler

Morton CONDITIONS stainless steel (4 ounce) A deposit Brine Pump; of 2 10% of the final bid payable to

Portable Deer Handling System; 2 Bale Rd

s/n:4N5A232320115403; 2002 United Tandem

Bale Feeder; High Tensile Wire; 200 & 250 gal

B.P. V Front 16’ Enclosed Sled Trailer, Front

Rosehill Auction Service Ltd. will be required at the Poly time Tanks; Treated of the Rails; Poly auction,

Feeder; Chicken

Door, Tie down rails, s/n:48B500H2X21058664;

with the balance due on or before December 1st, 2022. If the purchaser

LARGE QUANTITY OF SHOP TOOLS -

2005 Yamaha 660 Rhino 4WD, Manual Dump,

SEE WEBSITE FOR COMPLETE LIST

winch, 9311kms, s/n:5Y4AM04W25A302101;

fails to meet the terms of the contract the deposit will be forfeited as

This a excellent opportunity AUCTIONEERS to purchase clean, NOTE

2001 Honda 350 Fourtrax 4WD Quad,

liquidated damages. The property will be well sold maintained subject quality

This a excellent to Hunting, the opportunity

Fishing, Vendor’s

to purchase

Antiques,

Trucks, RV tiques, & Recreational Trucks, RV & Equipment.

Recreational

clean,

well maintained quality Hunting, Fishing, An-

s/n:478TE25281A1O3871; Utility Trailer with box

Equipment.

Boat Trailer, s/n:1MDARER144A258270; Springbok

tube 12’ Alum. load, Boat; s/n:134210; Pontoon Boat; Ithaca 2002 Steel-

Model Potato 500 O/U Digger; Horse Drawn Ice Cutter; Wood Bacon Hangers; Gum tape dispenser and tape;

Wagon Wheels; 2 Garden Cults; Horse Drawn sortment of hand meat saws; (12) Stainless Steel

16’x20’ Rustic Cabin dec 18’ Tandem Tilt Deck Trailer, 235/85R16 Planes; Hames;

Lem

Enamel

meat

Wood

tubs,

Cook

4

Stove

(60lb) meat E7R tubs, Poly 3 Bag (20lb) Sealer meat LARGE QUANTITY OF SHOP TOOLS -

and tape; Freezer Paper

20ga Shotgun, w/vent rib, s/n:S650158; Winchester

5th Wheel Model Holiday 70 Heavy Trailer, Barrel 1 Slide, 308 Bolt Remington Action Model 24 Semi Auto .22LR, rear

roll holder 18”; Hog Ring Pliers (3/8” - 3/4”) and

Tires, s/n:19032002; 2002 Arctic Fox 235A FIREARMS tubs; & Assortment AMMUNITION of fibrous casings, collagen SEE WEBSITE

rings; Cast Iron single burger press and paper; Broader

FOR COMPLETE LIST

23.5’

16’ x 20’ Cabin, 2 Story, s/n:4N5A232320115403; open loft/ 2002 United Tandem tube load, s/n:134210;

casings

Ithaca

and

Model

500 lbs.

500 O/U

of 35m Morton – 38m stainless fresh steel hog (4 ounce) Brine Pump; 2

Lem meat tubs, 4 (60lb) meat tubs, 3 (20lb) meat

B.P. Rifle V Front w/Springfield 16’ Enclosed Armory Sled Trailer, Government Front 20ga Model Shotgun, casings; w/vent rib, s/n:S650158; Assortment Win-

of wood tubs; and Assortment plastic of cutting

Armory boards; Government Large assortment Model of spices, cures,

fibrous casings, collagen AUCTIONEERS NOTE

Door, Tie down rails, s/n:48B500H2X21058664;

Model 70 Heavy Barrel 308 Bolt Action

4-14X56 Scope, s/n:G1076750; Winchester

casings and 500 lbs. of 35m – 38m fresh hog

2005 Yamaha 660 Rhino 4WD, Manual Dump, Rifle w/Springfield

bedrooms upstairs, can be easily

casings; Assortment of wood and plastic cutting

boards; trehalouse Large assortment and of spices, cures,

winch, Model 9311kms, 70 .30-06 s/n:5Y4AM04W25A302101;

Bolt Action Rifle, W/Leupold

4-14X56 Scope, s/n:G1076750; Winchester

binders, dextrose, phosphates,

2001 Honda 350 Fourtrax 4WD Quad, Model 70 .30-06 Bolt Action Rifle, W/Leupold binders, dextrose, phosphates, trehalouse and

s/n:478TE25281A1O3871; Scope s/n:G36554, Utility rechambered Trailer with box to a Scope 300 WIN s/n:G36554, enhancers; rechambered Butcher to a 300 Knives WIN and enhancers; Cleavers; Butcher Fisher Knives and Cleavers; Fisher

moved, sitting on skids.

approval. Go to www.rosehillauction.com for a full listing.

ROSEHILL AUCTION SERVICE Phone 403-556-3655 Olds, Alberta Calgary Ltd. 877-556-3655

ROSEHILL AUCTION SERVICE Ltd.

Dan Rosehill Jim Crawford Greg Sanderson Joel Waddell Tyler Rosehill Patrick Cassidy Kirby Black

Since

403-556-4458 403-556-4457 403-559-7204 403-512-6151 403-507-1782 403-559-7202 403-352-5608

Phone 403-556-3655 Olds, Alberta Calgary 877-556-3655

WEBSITE: www.rosehillauction.com

Patrick Cassidy Kirby Black

403-559-7202 403-352-5608

License No. 03543 “CONSTANTLY CREATING CONFIDENCE”

Jim Crawford Greg Sanderson Joel Waddell Tyler Rosehill

Phone 403-556-3655 Olds, Alberta • Calgary 877-556-3655

Dan Rosehill

403-556-4458 403-556-4457 403-559-7204 403-512-6151

License License No. 03543 “CONSTANTLY CREATING CONFIDENCE”

would be angry at her for

some reason or another.

There must have been

hundreds of times during

her long reign when she

would have to leave her

family and personal life and

Call Dallas Ellerby

Your Farm & Ranch Specialist

403.578.8105

403-507-1782

WEBSITE: www.rosehillauction.com

SALE

TIME:

10:00AM

LUNCH

AVAILABLE

NO BUYERS

FEE

LAWN & GARDEN EQUIPMENT Mag; Savage Model 10 .223 REM Bolt Action

Contact Tyler Rosehill with questions or viewing information at 403-556-3655.

JD Z445 Z Trac Zero Turner Gas Lawnmower,

front weights, w/54” cut, rear bagger, 278hrs;

Honda FR650 Rear Tine Rototiller; MTD Reverse

Tine 5hp Rototiller; Mantis Flower Bed

LAND FOR SALE

CROP LAND

4500 acres - Chinook area

6000 acres - Cereal area

2400 acres - south of Hanna

GRASS LAND

16 quarters - south of Veteran

90 quarters - Youngstown area

117 quarters - south of

Youngstown

go do whatever it was that

the people of her country

were asking her to do.

The world will not be the

same without her.

R.I.P Queen Elizabeth II.

www.greaterpropertygroup.com

GREATER PROPERTY GROUP

1/4 section north of

Veteran - 90 acres

broke, home site,

16’ x 76’ mobile

home, 40’ x 60’

shop & working

corrals. Owner

willing to subdivide

acreage out.

cancow@

xplornet.com

Timed

Online

1953

Since

1953

Tyler Rosehill 403-507-1782 • Patrick cassidy 403-559-7202

“CONSTANTLY CREATING CONFIDENCE” WEBSITE: www.rosehillauction.com


REAL ESTATE/HOMES

ECA REVIEW HANNA/CORONATION/STETTLER, AB September 15'22 9

(Above) Cole

Goodine of

Carbon, Alta.

competes in

bareback Sept. 9

at the Coronation

pro Rodeo.

Nicholas Patterson of Blackfalds, Alta. competed in the Coronation Pro Rodeo’s saddle bronc event Sept. 9. The

rodeo was postponed to Sept. 9 - 10 from July due to an abundance of rain.

(Right) Kirk

Robinson of Red

Deer County

competed in tie

down roping at

the Coronation Pro

Rodeo Sept. 9.


Photos by S.Salkeld

VILLAGE OF YOUNGSTOWN

Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the

Municipal Government Act, the Village of Youngstown

will offer For Sale, By Public Auction, in the Village

Office, Youngstown, Alberta, on Tuesday, October 4,

2022 at 11:00 a.m., the following lands:

Lot 18-20 Block 15 Plan 5377AV

Each parcel will be offered for sale subject to a reserve

bid and to the reservations and conditions contained in

the existing Certificate of Title.

The Village of Youngstown may, after the public

auction, become the owner of any parcel of land not sold

at the public auction.

Terms: Cash or certified cheque. Subject to Schedule

A of By-law 500.

Redemption may be affected by payment of all arrears

of taxes and costs at any time prior to the sale.

Dated at Youngstown, Alberta, July 6, 2022

Emma Garlock, Municipal Administrator

New homes for sale

• 2 bedroom

• plus den/office

• 2 bathroom

• 1472 sq ft

main level duplex

• 26x30 spacious

attached garage

• 5 year new home

warranty

• Close to amenities

in Hanna

• 50plus community

For more information please

contact Dale at

dalecrowle@hotmail.com

or Deryl 403-854-8172

Real Estate

Auction Event

October 20 Unreserved Auction

Featuring 57 properties, including:

Killam, AB – 15,300± Sq Ft Truck & RV Wash and Shop

Property may be viewed by appointment

866.490.3081 · realestate@rbauction.com

REAL ESTATE AUCTIONS

Brokerage: Ritchie Bros. Real Estate Services Ltd.

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10 S eptember 15'22 HANNA/CORONATION/STETTLER, AB. ECA REVIEW

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FARMLAND AND

Pasture Land by

Saskatchewan

River. 160 acres.

Best hunting in

Saskatchewan.

Excellent fishing.

Thick pine & poplar

bluffs, by water coulee.

Old yard site

with power and

water. Revenue

Potential. East of

Prince Albert, SK.

$248,000. Call Doug

306-716-2671.

MISC

INGLIS heavy duty,

super capacity plus

washing machine, 4

cycles for sale.

Asking $50. Call

Joyce 403-575-

0090.

BARBER: The Stettler/

Bashaw barber Corey

will be working in

Bashaw until further

notice on Fridays. The

Bashaw Barber Shop

hours are Tuesday to

Saturday 9 - 5. Walkins

welcome, no

appointment required.

780-372-4043.

WHITE SPRUCE

TREES: 5’ average

$50. Installation ONLY

$19. Includes: hole

augered, Wurzel Dip

enzyme injection, bark

mulch application,

staking. Minimum

order 20. One-time

fuel charge: $125-175.

Crystal Springs. 403-

820-0961. Quality

guaranteed.

FEED AND SEED

ALBERTA FEED

Grain: Buying Oats,

Barley, Wheat,

Canola, Peas,

Screenings, Mixed

Grains. Dry, Wet,

Heated, or Spring

Thresh. Prompt

Payment. In House

Trucks, In House

Excreta Cleaning. Vac

Rental. 1-888-483-

8789.

WE BUY DAMAGED

Grain - Heated, Mixed,

Tough, Light, Bugs,

Spring Thrashed....

Barley, Wheat, Oats,

Peas, Flax, Canola.

“On Farm Pickup”.

Westcan Feed &

Grain 1-877-250-

5252.

WANTED

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Platinum Buyers purchasing

all gold & silver

bullion, jewelry,

coins, nuggets, dust,

scrap, pre-1968 coins,

bulk silver, sterling

+++ Numismatist purchasing

entire coin

collections & accumulations,

Royal

Canadian Mint coins,

world collections, old

$$$. +++ 250-864-

3521.

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April 2023.

Bachelor & 1 bedroom

kitchen suites

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snowbirds.

AUCTIONS

ONLINE AUCTION

closes Sept. 18,

2022. Complete dispersal

auction for

acreage, machine

shop and guest

consignors with

over 900 lots.

Located in the

Forestburg and

Daysland area.

Viewing 10 a.m. - 5

p.m. in Daysland at

our yard on Wed.

Sept.14 and Thurs.

Sept. 15 Forestburg

Fri. Sept. 16 and

Sat. Sept. 17. From

the corner of Hwy.

53 and 855, follow

signs to sale site.

www.all-riteauctions.com

for complete

listing 780-

747-2923.

KEY COMPOSITE

IND., Dave Sheilds

Estate, w/Guest

Consignors Online

Timed Auction.

Starting Sept 22,

2022 @ 9AM,

Closing Sept 27,

2022 @ 9 AM.

Industrial Tool &

Equip. Dispersal,

Saddle Making

Tools, Leather

Sewing Machines,

2005 53’ Dry Van,

Flat Deck Trailers,

Generators, AT

Forklift, SUV &

Trucks, ATV’s,

Lumber, Tools,

Equipment & more.

See www.montgomeryauctions.com;

1-800-371-6963.

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and Hundreds more.

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rates through April

2023. Utilities/cable

included. Starting @

$36/night 250-488-

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SERVICES

I WOULD like a lady

for companionship to

live with me and also

help me with odds

and ends. Call Vern

Dodd 1-403-565-

3863.

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VILLAGE OF DELBURNE

Employment Opportunity

Clerk/Receptionist

The Village of Delburne is looking for a community minded, energetic, and

customer service-oriented individual who will be a part of our team as our Clerk/

Receptionist. This is a permanent full-time position and comes with a competitive

benefits package.

This position is responsible for being our first point of contact where you

will represent “Your Success Is Our Success”. You will be processing payments,

providing residents with information when required, filing, helping with utility

billing, scheduling appointments, monitoring office supply inventories, cemetery

administrator and other duties as required.

Applicants must have a Grade 12 diploma or equivalent and the successful

applicant will have a minimum of 5 years administrative experience. You will feel

attention to detail is extremely important. You will be proficient in Microsoft Office

and will be learning new software programs. Accounting or book keeping experience

is preferred. Any other related education or experience will be considered, however,

Municipal Government experience is a definite asset. The successful applicant will

be required to provide a RCMP Criminal Records check.

Applicants’ resumes along with a cover letter can be submitted to the Village office

and will be accepted up to 12:00 PM, Friday, September 30, 2022. Only those chosen

for an interview will be contacted. If a suitable candidate is not found, the position

will remain open until one is found.

For further information, please contact Karen Fegan @ 403-749-3606 or email Karen.

fegan@delburne.ca Please submit a cover letter along with your resume to: Karen

Fegan, CLGM, CT Box 341 Delburne, AB T0M 0V0 Email: karen.fegan@delburne.ca

Business Directory

L. Strom

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• available for stock piling

• equipped for big/small jobs: low sheds, confined areas

General Contracting

• Track skid steer with high flow; available for all types

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ECA REVIEW HANNA/CORONATION/STETTLER, AB September 15'22 11


OBITUARY

Lifetime devoted to ‘Tater Tot’

Charlie James “Chuck” Allan

Sept. 4, 1970-Aug. 22, 2022

It is with deep sadness and heavy

hearts that we announce the sudden

passing of a beloved father,

brother and friend, Chuck

Allan.

Chuck was a devoted and

loving father to Taylor

Breanna Allan and brother

to Brian Allan and children

Alyssa and Kaelyn and

Richard (Cheryl) Allan and

children Waylon and

Hayley.

He was predeceased by Allan

his parents Gordon Allan

and Jean Allan.

Chuck was born and raised in the

Brownfield area near Coronation. His

early years were devoted to farm life

on the family farm.

He graduated in 1988 and in 1990

went on to attend trade school

as a motorcycle technician.

While attending Fairview

College, he met a young lady

named Rhonda Hurlock.

Their relationship blossomed

and after many years

together in January 2001 they

welcomed a daughter, Taylor

Breanna Allan.

Taylor, Tater Tot to some,

was the light of Chuck’s life

and he spent his lifetime

devoted to her happiness.

Over the years Chuck perfected his

Nuisance complaints

Cont’d from Pg 4

Kenney provided information on

enforcement and bylaw complaints,

including one report of trees overhanging

an alleyway west of 57 Street

close, an unattached holiday trailer

which was sent to the community

peace officers and a number of

animal complaints which were forwarded

to the animal control

contractor.

The animal complaints included one

dog running at large, one unlicensed

dog, one trapped cat and someone

keeping rabbits which were causing a

nuisance.

Bylaw report

Community Peace Officer (CPO)

Mark Sproule’s report was submitted

to councillors. It was stated that

during the first half of 2022 CPO’s

engaged with Clive residents and

issued 12 warnings.

Kenney stated the warnings usually

involve snow shovelling or lawn cutting

depending on the time of year.

RCMP reports

As councillors looked through the

regular report submitted for the Clive

area by the Blackfalds RCMP detachment

Mayor Lucy Henry noted there

seems to be a lot of domestic disturbance

complaints in the village.

The CAO agreed, noting there are a

number of reports that describe the

RCMP coming to Clive to mediate in a

domestic dispute.

RCMP retro pay

Councillors passed a resolution to

voice their concerns about the RCMP

and its union, the National Police

Federation, coming to an agreement

on a contract that included retroactive

pay which municipalities like Clive

will be expected to pay despite municipalities

having no seat at the

negotiating table.

Councillors looked at a sample letter

sent by the Federation of Canadian

Municipalities and stated Clive will

send a letter to MP Blaine Calkins

signed by Mayor Henry.

WANTED

DEAD OR ALIVE

Canadian Prairie Pickers

are once again touring the area!

Paying Cash For Coin Collections,

Silver & Gold Coins,

Royal Can. Mint Sets.

Also Buying Gold Jewelry

$$ $

We purchase rolls, bags

or boxes of silver coins

PAYING HIGHEST PRICES

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call Kellie at 1-778-257-9019

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$$ $

1,200 sq. ft., 3 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath

bungalow situated on corner

lot. Newly renovated kitchen

with granite countertops, open

concept great room. Finished

basement. Call 403-555-5555

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craft as a heavy duty mechanic and

worked at several oilfield related businesses

in and around the Grande

Prairie area.

His sudden passing is a shock to us

all and he will be dearly missed by his

daughter Taylor, his brothers, aunts,

uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews as

well as his extended Hurlock family.

Thank You

to the Castor &

Coronation Volunteer

Fire Departments.

To everyone who

For Immediate Release

responded September 28, 2020 so quickly

to provide fire fighting

equipment, manual help

& support! We are so

appreciative and thankful

we live in such caring

communities!

- Rusty & Debbie

Renschler

Buffalo Lake South Shore Intermunicipal

Village of White Sands.

Office

Development Plan Mediation Process

Councillor

Recessed

County of Stettler and the Summer Villages of Rochon Sands and White Judy Peelar, Returning Officer

Sands recess ongoing mediation, until January For anyone 14, 2021. interested in running for Council of Whites

Sands, Nominations Packages are available at the

Village Office – 1 Hall Street, Rochon Sands or

On Friday, September 25, 2020, the County of Stettler, the Summer Village of Rochon Sands

on the Website: www.whitesandsab.ca

and the Summer Village of White Sands mutually agreed to recess mediation until

January 14, 2021.

All three parties concur, a recess will allow the time required to properly and appropriately

review current plans while looking towards the future. A consultant for the County of Stettler

will complete an Area Structure Plan, which will be made available to all members of the

BUSINESS EQUIPMENT DISPERSAL

BLSSIDP in January.

TIMED ONLINE AUCTION

The County of Stettler pursued dispute resolution with the members of the Buffalo Lake

Intermunicipal Development Plan (BLSSIDP) on March 9, 2020, following a denied request to

amend the allowable density of the Buffalo Lake RV Resort (formerly Paradise Shores) from 168

dwelling units, to 325 dwelling units. This is Stage 4 of the Dispute Resolution process, as

outlined in the BLSSIDP.

Key Composite Industries,

Mediation Protocols are available for viewing at:

www.StettlerCounty.ca and www.rochonsands.net.

Estate of Dave Shields Sr. w/ Guest Consignors

SALE WANTED

SITE: Montgomery Auction Services

DEAD Sales Centre, OR ALIVE Blackfalds, AB

Canadian Prairie Pickers

BEGINNING: Thurs., Sept 22, 2022 @ 9am

CLOSING are STARTING: once again touring Tues., the area! Sept 27, 2022 @ 9am

Paying

SELLING

Cash For

VIA

Coin

bidspotter.com

Collections,

Silver & Gold Coins,

KEY COMPOSITE

Champion Saddle (Meadow Lake • 2010 FORD F150 4X4 P/U TRUCK

INDUSTRIES Royal Stampede), Can. Mint Eamor Sets. 1977 FCA

5.4L V8, AT, Ext. Cab, 6.5ft box,

• 3-Yamaha 2000W Inverter Also Buying Bareback Champion Gold Jewelry Saddle (Allan Canopy, 375,000kms Showing

Generators, Yamaha 6500W

Hall) & More

• 2007 FORD F350 4x4 P/U TRUCK

Generator, Briggs & Stratton We purchase MOBILE rolls, HOME bags

P/ Stroke Diesel, Quad Cab,

8000W Generator, Easy Kleen or boxes • (Located of silver at Unit coins #314, 5029-34 370,000kms Showing

Magnum 4000 PSI Hot Water

Street, Creekside Mobile Home • 2006 FORD ESCAPE XLT SUV AWD,

Diesel Fired Pressure PAYING Washer, HIGHEST Park, Red Deer, PRICES

AB)

V6, AT, 4-Dr

3-Sure Flame Construction To arrange a free, • 1975 discreet Pyramid in-home Olympic Mobile visit

• 2006 SUZUKI GRAND VITARA SUV,

Heaters, 3-WSSL Fab Tents w/ Fire Home & All Contents S/N 4699-S 4x4, 4Dr, AT, 2.7L V6

Retardant Fabric 15ftx20ftx8ft call Kellie at • NOTE: 1-778-257-9019

Viewing is available by LUMBER

Wall, Qty of Ridgid Adjustable Pipe

Bonded since 1967

appointment only. Purchaser can • Assorted 1x4, 2x4, 2x6, Heavy

Stands, Craftex Dual-Bag Dust leave mobile home on this lot if a Timbers, Rough Sawn Live Edge

Collector

new contract is signed with Sun Planks, Qty of Full Sheets of

• General Quad-Bag Dust Collector, Real Property Management. This Plywood, Pallets Plywood Off Cut

Steel A-Frame Pipe Stand, Steel agreement can be negotiated prior Pieces, Etc.

Worktables, 3-Ridgid Tri-Stands, to the Auction closing.

TOOLS & EQUIPMENT

Qty of Ridgid Pipe Stands, Ridgid TRAILERS & EQUIPMENT

• Easy Kleen Magnum 4000 PSI H20

Portable Elec. & More

• 2005 53 FT T/A HI-WAY DRY VAN Diesel Fired Mobile Pressure

ESTATE OF DAVE • 2014 RAINBOW TRAILERS

Washer, 5-Stanley Bostitch

SHIELDS Sr. –

EXCURSION T/A 18FT 10,000 LB GF28WW Cordless Framing Nailers,

LEATHERWORKING EQUIP, TOOLS, FLAT DECK TRAILER Ramps, LIKE Paslode Cordless Brad Nailers, Qty

SADDLES & TACK

NEW

of New Sash Chain, Qty of Side

• Adler Leather Sewing Machine, • Big Tex 12P-20BK 20FT T/A, 12,000 Grinders, Circular Saws,

Singer 600WI Leather Sewing

lb Flat Deck Trailer, Ramps

Reciprocating Saws, Etc

Machine, Yakumo Com Leather • MASSEY FERGUSON 2200 ALL ATV’s & SNOWMOBILE

Machine, Quantity of Leather & TERRAIN FORKLIFT

• 3- NEW Youth 36V Elec. ATV’s, Ski-

Rawhide, Saddle Makers & Leather • IH 4500 3-PT 12FT CULTIVATOR Doo 5500 Snowmobile

Crafters Tools, Bareback Rigging & BOAT & VEHICLES

OTHER

Handle Pattern Cutters, Assorted • 2007 SYLVAN EXPLORER 1700 • Elec./Hyd Wheelchair Lift, Office

Leather Patterns & Books,

EXPLORER FISHING BOAT w/ 90Hp Supplies & Equip. Western Wear &

Incomplete Rough Stock Riggings, Mercury O/B Eng., 2007

More

Eamor 1978 Bareback Bronc

Shorelander Boat Trailer

$$ $

A celebration of his life was held Sat.

Sept. 10 at 11 a.m. in Grande Prairie at

Bear Creek Funeral Home, 11802 99

Ave. Interment to follow at a later date.

Donations can be made on Chuck’s

behalf to CNIB www.cnib.ca.

Care entrusted to Bear Creek

Funeral Home 780-830-7742 bearcreekfuneral.com.

$$ $

Notice of Nomination Day

For Summer Villages

Local Authorities Election Act

(Sections 12, 26)

LOCAL JURISDICTION:

Summer Village of White Sands, Province of Alberta

Notice is hereby given that Nomination Day is September

24, 2022 and that nominations for the election of

candidates for the following office will be received

between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 12:00 noon at the

White Sands Community Hall, 8 Front Street, Summer

Number of Vacancies

One Position

Dated at the Summer Village of White Sands in the

Province of Alberta this 8th day of September 2022.

AUCTIONEERS NOTE: This is a great selection of quality tools & Equipment. Register now to bid!

VIEWING: Sept 21-23 & 26 9am - 4pm

REMOVAL: Sept 28, 29, 30 9am - 5pm

PAYMENT: CASH/CREDIT CARD/E-TRANSFER/BANK TRANSFER

SUBJECT to ADDITIONS & DELETIONS, 15% INTERNET FEE W/ $1,000 CAP/LOT

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12 S eptember 15'22 HANNA/CORONATION/STETTLER, AB. ECA REVIEW

Royal ties to town of Coronation

Coronation mourns the

passing of Her Majesty Queen

Elizabeth II.

The community of

Coronation has always held

special ties to the Royals as the

town was named for the coronation

of Queen Elizabeth’s

grandfather, King George V in

1911.

The entrance to

Coronation is the largest

lighted crown and murals

depict the Royals within

the town.

The museum hosts a

wall of a ‘royal’ china collection

among other royal

memorabilia which had

been collected over the

years by Joyce A. Neary

of Edmonton. Joyce and

her parents and siblings lived

in Coronation from 1929 to 1941.

The ‘Back in Time’ history

book includes a chapter on the

Royals history as recorded in

the pages of the Coronation

Review during the first century

of Coronation’s existence.

(Left) Edna Flannery (nee Gustavson), formerly

of Coronation, takes a photo of her daughter

Collette (6) presenting a bouquet of flowers

to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II when the

train stopped on their Royal tour in 1978 at

Chipman, Alta. ECA Review/Submitted

Donalda

Portable

Cattle

Watering

Systems

For Sale

403.323.0031

Bin Anchors

(Left) Coronation

& District Museum

has on display

a wall of Royal

memorabilia.

ECA Review/

J.Webster

Call Mike

780-385-4664

Don’t Let The Winds Bother You!

UPCOMING 2022 FALL SALES

Fall Run ls Here!

Regular sales every Friday at 9:00 AM,

followed by Feeder sales at 11:00 AM all through September

PRE-BOOK CALF SALES

PRE-BOOK CALF SALES

Every Monday & Wednesday at

10:00 AM Starting

October 12 th to November 9 th

LAST CHANCE

PRE BOOK CALF SALE

December 12 th at 10:00 AM

BRED SALES

BRED COW & HEIFER SALES

Every Saturday at 12:00 PM

Starting

November 12 th to December 17 th

BSSA SPECIAL

BRED COW & HEIFER SALE

December 12 th at 12:00 PM

HARDGRASS

Black & Red Angus

Bull & Female Sale

November 28 th

1:00 PM

BULL SALES

GEMSTONE CATTLE

Hereford& Angus

Bull & Female Sale

December 7 th

1:00 PM

66 RANCH

9 th Annual

Bull & Bred Female Sale

December 14 th

1:00 PM

Long time resident families and two one-room

country schools in the Spondin area south of

Coronation were recognized with the creation

and mounting of two signs, one for the Grand

Ridge School along Hwy. 586 beside John

Suntjens farm and one marking the location of

the Bentley Hiram School along Hwy. 872 near

the Ray Suntjens farm. (Felix) Toot (left) and

Ray Suntjens, grandsons of Henry Suntjens Sr.

were on hand for a photo the day the signs were

erected by the Spondin Agricultural Society. The

Society has embarked on erecting signs marking

the locations of country schools of the past as

well as new signs for two country cemeteries.


ECA Review/Submitted

403-362-5521

Lachie McKinnon- Manager 403-362-1825

Erik Christensen- Asst. Manager 403-363-9942

Sam Mckinnon- Field Rep 403-793-1731

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