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APRIL 12, 2019

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Grocery grand opening

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Kings honour
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On the campaign trail


Chestermere-Strathmore constituency candidates gathered at Crowther Memorial Junior High School where students and staff hosted a Candidate Fo-
rum on April 4. Each candidate started off with a brief introduction after which they answered a wide variety of questions posed by Crowther students.
Leela Sharon Aheer (l-r) (United Conservative Party), Jason Avramenko (Alberta Party), Derek Fildebrandt (Freedom Conservative Party), Melissa Lang-
maid (New Democratic Party) and Terry Nicholls (Independent) took part in the forum, while Roger Dean Walker (Alberta Independence Party) and Sharon
L. Howe (Liberal) were not available to attend. Albertans will hit the polls on Tuesday, April 16. Doug Taylor Photo

Chestermere-Strathmore candidates address


Offering IV Sedation
Dr. Ashkan Hamzehi DDS
Dr. Arzy Kafrouny DDS
issues at All-Candidates Forum
Dr. Sharif Faizi DMD MIRIAM OSTERMANN ry Nicholls and Alberta Independence Par- local rural community, current incumbents
General Practice Family Dentistry Times Contributor ty’s Roger Dean Walker at the Strathmore Aheer and Fildebrandt as well as Avramen-
100 Ranch Market, Unit 105F and District Chamber of Commerce and ko disagreed passionately with NDP candi-
Strathmore, AB 403.934.5292 Six candidate hopefuls vying to repre- Chestermere Chamber of Commerce’s date Langmaid about the carbon tax, child-
www.theranchdentalcentre.com sent Chestermere-Strathmore in the Alberta All-Candidates Forum at the Strathmore care and consultation with various levels
legislature discussed key issues, reiterated Civic Centre on Monday. Alberta Liberal of government for decision making. While
Look on Page 4 for their party’s platforms and welcomed the Party candidate Sharon L. Howe was not Langmaid stated Alberta has the lowest tax-
Town of Strathmore chance to sway voters just days before the in attendance. es in Canada due to no sales tax, payroll
upcoming provincial election on April 16. The event attracted more than 200 res- tax and no health premiums, it was her
Municipal Notices
Strathmore-Brooks MLA Derek Filde- idents, many who said they have yet to mention of the Energy Efficiency Program
Contact Us Today! brandt, leader of the Freedom Conservative make a decision regarding their vote. De- and money being allocated back into green
403.934.5589 Party of Alberta, and Chestermere-Rocky spite an overall civil debate that consisted
of 10 questions, which were made avail-
initiatives, such as the Springbank Reser-
voir project and upstream mitigation on
View MLA Leela Sharon Aheer, the deputy
info@strathmoretimes.com
leader for the United Conservative Party, able to the candidates ahead of time and flooding on the Bow River, that Aheer and
www.StrathmoreTimes.com joined NDP’s Melissa Langmaid, the Alberta addressed topics on the provincial econ- Fildebrandt took issue with.
Party’s Jason Avramenko, Independent Ter- omy, provincial taxes, employees and the Continued on Page 5

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DEREK FILDEBRANDT
FOR
CHESTERMERE-STRATHMORE
PUTTING CONSTITUENTS FIRST

I am committed to:
- Scrapping the Carbon Tax Entirely
- Eliminating Small Business Taxes
- Constituent Focued Representation
- More Alberta-Less Ottawa

On April 16th, 2019


please vote
Derek Fildebrandt
for
Chestermere-Strathmore

We're faced with a stark choice: continuation of an NDP government with its
disastrous policies, or the renewal of a 40-year long PC dynasty. We all want to
end the NDP, and it has no chance of forming government again. An
unchecked dynasty government will leave rural needs and conservative values
farther and farther behind. We need a strong conservative opposition to
correct this - and to tell the government that they can't take our votes for
granted.

Don't let the government take you for granted. Vote FCP.
Authorized by the Freedom Conservative Party of Alberta
www.freedomconservativeparty.ca
April 12, 2019 • Strathmore TIMES • Page 3

Edible book contest Showtime:


The Strathmore Municipal Library held 7:30pm
Closed
an Edible Book Day on April 6. Partici- Mondays
pants created edible treats representing
their favourite books and were awarded
prizes. Adult category: 1st Alex Knight, April 12 - April 18, 2019
3 Little Pigs; 2nd Whitney Kaleb, Gar-
field Comic. Juvenile category: 1st Jayla
Robertson, Oh The Places You’ll Go; 2nd
(3-way tie) Ava and Korrd Vanderlaan, Shazam!
Havey Potter’s Balloon Farm, Eli Howe, Zachary Levi,
The Missing Piece and Isole Keenovs, I Asher Angel,
Spy. Family category: 1st MacInnis Fam- Mark Strong,
ily, Charlie and Chocolate Factory; 2nd Jack Dylan Grazer,
Howe Family, Jack and the Beanstalk. Grace Fulton

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Christensen’s Clover Farm brings


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ADELLE ELLIS Clover Farm is the flagship Clover Farm
Times Reporter store in Western Canada.
The Christensens have received first-
Bob Sheddy C0-Owner/Commercial Broker
In a true sense of community spirit, class help from the Sobeys team which BobSheddy.ca 403-324-2222
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and a little over a year after the old has flown out several specialists to help
Standard Co-op shut down, Christensen set up the store, and offer training and
Grocery Ltd. in Standard is now open assistance to allow for a smooth open-
KaraLee Foat, MA Co-Owner/Broker
for business as a fully-stocked, locally- ing. PowerRealty.ca 587-390-0596
owned and operated grocery store. The Christensens noted that opening karalee.foat@century21.ca
Residents noted that for the first time the store wouldn’t have been possible 403-983-2121
in what feels like forever, Standard’s 123 2nd Ave,
without the help they received from Strathmore, AB
main street – The Broadway – is filled Sobeys, members of The Broadway
with cars and a breath of fresh air, and Group and other volunteers. Christensen’s Clover Farm opened on April 4
opening day was one of the first real “We need to just thank the communi- to crowds and lineups of shoppers excited to
once again have a local grocery. Cathy (l-r) and
opportunities for locals to see and vis- ty. I know that they’ve been waiting for
Ed Christensen have partnered with Sobeys and
it with people they haven’t seen in a a long time but it also felt like they’ve Clover Farms to offer a fully stocked store, well-
while. been part of it with us because so many known brands and competitive prices to shop- Strathmore
Following the closure of Standard Co-
op in March 2018, a local group of 30
people have been involved … it really
has been a community process,” said
pers.
Adelle Ellis Photo Denture Clinic
invested residents formed The Broad- Cathy. they walk through the doors,” said Ed, Terry Grant Denturist
way Group to purchase the empty With over 2,000 food products and who added the enthusiasm and quan-
building with plans to upgrade the old over 200 liquor products on the shelves, tity of the people along with the posi- 403.934.3877
freezers and refrigeration system in the Christensen’s Clover Farm is a fully- tive comments they are receiving is a
store before finding suitable operators stocked grocery store with competitive rewarding experience. • Complete / Partial Dentures
to open a new general store. Several ap- prices to make grocery shopping easily The Christensens also hope the open-
plications were submitted to the group • Same Day Relines & Repair
accessible and affordable. ing of the new store is the push the
but none of them quite seemed to fit The store is complete with shelves of village needs to bring in new residents • Custom Mouthguards
the bill until locals and investors with pet products, household items, canned and help the unique village to grow.
The Broadway Group, Ed and Cathy goods, dairy products, fresh vegetables, “I have never seen so many cars in • Custom Night Guards
Christensen, submitted their applica- a fully operating butcher section with Standard in a long time; it’s time … we • Natural Teeth Whitening
tion and plan for the store. fresh cut meat, a brand new fresh in- need this big time,” said local postal
“We love where we live and we want- store baking centre for daily fresh worker Marlene Kuca.
ed to make sure it was something that baked breads and pastries, and brand Currently, only the grocery side of
continued to be a nice place to live; a new in store is a walk-in liquor cooler the building is in use and The Broad-
store is very important, somebody had or “beer cave.” way Group has no current plans for the
to do it,” said Cathy Christensen. They soon hope to get a water station old hardware side of the building.
“As time went on (I) started thinking up and running, bring in lunch items An official grand opening celebration
I wouldn’t mind doing that because it’s such as soup and sandwiches and a and barbecue will be held sometime in
been a childhood dream of mine to own slurpee machine, and they are trying May to mark the occasion and to thank
a store,” said Ed Christensen, whose to apply for a lottery licence. They are the volunteers and local shoppers. 413 - 3rd St. Strathmore
dream came true when their proposal also brainstorming ideas for a loyalty “Our community seems to be quite
was accepted in December 2018. reward program for customers. unique with its heritage and there
The Christensens partnered with “Everybody likes that there’s so much seems to be a true community spirit,” GET YOUR CLASSIFIED
Sobeys and the Clover Farm brand, selection; they’re really enjoying the said Cathy. “There’s a connection hap- ADS IN THE TIMES!
which is a well-known brand for small- layout, how nice it looks, they’re really pening here that is a community spirit Call 403-934-5589
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The Town of Strathmore, with support from Wheatland County, is undertaking the
development of a 10 year Recreation, Culture & Facilities Master Plan. The Master Plan
will assess the current situation and identify priorities and recommendations regarding
the provision of recreation, culture, active and creative lifestyle opportunities and
Next Regular services to meet the needs of area residents and visitors.
To develop the Master Plan a survey will be fielded with households in the area. Look
Council Meeting: in your mailbox over the next couple of weeks for a postcard that provides you with a
unique access code to participate in the survey. Once you have your code simply visit the
April 17th, 2019 Town’s website (Strathmore.ca) click on the link then enter your access code.

Next Committee
of the Whole The Town of Strathmore is planning for the future of recreation and culture services by completing a
Recreation, Culture & Facilities Master Plan Survey
Meeting:
Master Plan. Your input is critical to the development of the Plan – we need to hear from you!

To participate in the survey you need to use the access code in the following box.

XXXXXXXX Household in the

May 8th, 2019


Strathmore Area

Simply visit the Town of Strathmore’s website (www.strathmore.ca) and


click on the link to access the survey – have your access code handy.
Your input is important!
If you would prefer to complete a hard copy of the questionnaire please contact Tracy Simpson
(Town of Strathmore) at TracyS@strathmore.ca.
(You will need your access code for the hard copy as well.)

For more information about the Recreation, Culture & Facilities Master Plan please
contact Tracy Simpson (Town of Strathmore) at 403.934.3133.

Pool Closure
April 13th 1-5pm
The Strathmore Aquatics
Strathmore Motor Products Centre will be closed for
public swimming April 13th
STRATHMORE

Sports Centre
from 1-5pm for a swim meet.
Schedule
May 2019

Strathmore Motor Products Sports Centre May 2019 Schedule


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April 12, 2019 • Strathmore TIMES • Page 5

Handing out
resumes
Prospect Wheatland Employ-
ment Services held a career and
job fair at the Strathmore Mu-
nicipal Library on April 3 with 21
employers present accepting re-
sumes and giving out information
to the 370 people in attendance.
The Strathmore and District Chamber of Commerce, along with Chestermere’s Chamber, hosted an all-candidates forum on April
The Town of Strathmore shared
8 at the Strathmore Civic Centre, ahead of the 2019 provincial election on April 16.
Miriam Ostermann Photo some employment opportunities

Strathmore hosts all-candidates forum


they are offering with interested
applicants.
Adelle Ellis Photo
Continued from Page 1 sources to make it easier for companies
to hire employees that are single moth-

Client Meet & Greet


“I have two sons that live in my house, and I pay their gas ers or are in situations where there are
and I pay their bills; they get a carbon tax rebate to them children but only one provider.
when there are other people that those rebates maybe should Towards the end of the debate can-
go to but that is not appropriate … those are purchases of didates also had a chance to address An opportunity to meet the Manager
votes,” Aheer said. “Just to be clear, the carbon tax goes into the topic of supporting rural commu-
the general coffers. It does not go towards diversification, it nities. While Aheer talked about the and the CIBC Strathmore Banking
does not go towards green projects, it does not. It was listed importance of consulting with local Centre Team!
under tax into the general coffers as of the last budget. governments and the inappropriate-
“The carbon tax does not reduce emissions. We already ness of making decisions on behalf of
have the most responsible energy industry in the world, and municipalities without consultations – Friday, April 12, 2019
they care about their communities and they helped build drawing on the example of Bill 6 which 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
those communities.” she said threw the economy into utter
Fildebrandt also reacted to Langmaid’s comment calling chaos – Langmaid responded to the ar-
NDP energy efficiency programs wasteful and claiming the gument.
Refreshments will
carbon tax acts as a provincial sales tax (PST). “As for Bill 6, we heard their con- be served.
“My NDP colleague said they’re not campaigning on a PST, cerns, we went back, we consulted and
they also didn’t campaign on a carbon tax in the last elec- made changes and now we have a bill
tion; there is no mandate for it and it’s a scam,” Fildebrandt that works for farmers,” she said.
said. “When it comes to energy efficiency programs, well During the hour-and-a-half ques-
what are those? Free lightbulbs? Does anybody here believe tion-and-answer forum that was fol- Please RSVP to Brenda Cermak
that you’re not capable of purchasing your own lightbulbs lowed by an open forum, the candi- at 403 934-3328 ext. 222 or
for your home? No, that’s a wasteful program and we have dates also discussed provincial debt,
brenda.cermak@cibc.com.
to kill it dead. minimum wage, independence and di-
“My concern is that if we go towards a provincial tax it’s versification of the economy.
not going to be revenue neutral. It’ll just stack on top of The Alberta provincial election takes CIBC Strathmore Banking Centre
every other tax on top of our business taxes, on top of our place on April 16. A live stream of the 334 - 2nd St, Strathmore
personal taxes and other consumption taxes that we current- debate can be viewed on the Strathmore 403 934-3328
ly pay. But I will say this, we have a PST right now and it’s and District Chamber of Commerce
The CIBC Logo is a trademark of CIBC.
called the carbon tax, it’s on every damn thing that we pay Facebook page.
for. It’s on higher cost of groceries, it’s on the higher cost of
gasoline and heating your home … and we need to kill it
dead now.”
While Fildebrandt said he wasn’t against a PST but doesn’t
agree with it at this time, Avramenko emphasized the need to
adapt with Alberta’s changing economy and be open-minded $562,500 C4224876 $275,000 C4229490 $342,000 C4233663 $309,900 C4233223
for the need in the future. 609 Marina Dr Chestermere 237 Hillvale Cr Strathmore 1115 Strathcona Rd Strathmore 401 Ranch Ridge MD Strathmore
The topic of childcare also sparked a debate, where most
candidates believed aid should be provided to financial-
ly-struggling families. Avramenko agreed with Langmaid,
who found it shocking that families often pay more in
childcare than their mortgages and said those making over $289,900 C4223985 $173,900 C4233229 $342,500 C4235561 $534,900 C4233631
$200,000 annually should pay more for childcare while fami- 9 Hillview Rd Strathmore 69 Strathaven Ht Strathmore 381 Strathford Cr Strathmore 68 Hillcrest BV Strathmore
lies unable to afford childcare should pay nothing. However,
Nicholls disagreed.
“I don’t feel this is a government problem at all,” he said.
“The government isn’t there to solve your problems as far as
$485,000 C4222536 $280,000 C4233356 $165,000 C4237052 $325,000 C4236107
your social agendas go, as far as your childcare goes. That’s
your job.” He added the government’s job is to provide re- 27 Lloyd Cr N Langdon 118 Aspen Mews Strathmore #307 8 Bayside Pl Strathmore 361 Strathford Cr Strathmore

$314,900 C4235837 $475,000 C4236485 $600,000 C4185530 $195,000 C4237061


#58 300 Marina Dr Chestermere 124 Camden Co Strathmore 224060 Rge Rd 260A Wheatland 4B Crystal Ridge CV Strathmore

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REMEMBERING OUR ROOTS ~ Ivan Murray


JOHN GODSMAN Van Horn Junior High, then graduated from Bow- Ivan enjoys spending time with his seven nieces
Times Contributor ness High School in 1970. He worked at various and one nephew, and now has four great-nieces
jobs around Calgary until 1975, when he obtained and three great-nephews, plus one great-great-
The Murray family name originated in Scotland in the late employment with the Alberta govern- niece and one great-great-nephew.
1800s, but there’s no record of who the first person was to ment in their public works, supplies At the Strathmore Municipal Library,
come to Canada. and services department until 1993. Ian Ivan has joined the stitching club where
Ivan’s father, John William Murray, was born in Winnipeg also attended SAIT from 1986 to 1993 he assists as an instructor.
in 1911. His mother, Ann Shayler, was born at Merclin, Sask. and took power engineering cours- Changes in the past 19 years include
in 1911. John and Ann were married in Calgary in 1934 and es. He followed this with a three-year the population growth of Strathmore
had three sons and three daughters. Ivan was born at the old course on facility management at SAIT, from 6,990 to over 13,000. Also, a
General Hospital in Calgary on Jan. 9, 1954. before joining the Calgary Public Board new high school, adjoined to the Civic
Ivan attended school at Parkway Elementary, followed by of Education in 1993 after graduation; Centre and swimming pool have been
he worked there for the next 12 years built. Many downtown businesses have
and retired on June 26, 2009. moved to be closer to the Trans-Canada
Strathmore Legion Branch #10 NEWS Finding Calgary was getting too big
and busy, Ivan moved to the small town of Strath-
Highway, where large box stores have
also opened. Recently a new elementary/junior
By Irene Knappe. For further information, please call the Legion at 403.934.5119 more in the fall of 2000 (population 6,990) but high school, commemorating long-time resident
• Friday, April 12th: CHASE THE ACE at 6 pm. On April 5th, the Chase the Ace continued to commute to his work in Calgary for George Freeman, has opened, adjoined to the
Jackpot grew to $676.50!! What with the buffet and meat draws, see you April 12th! the next nine years. SMP Sports Centre, on the east side of town.
• Sunday, April 14th: KID’S EASTER PARTY from 1 to 3 pm sponsored by the
Legion’s Ladies Auxiliary, for children, grand-children, great-grand-children of members
only.
• Friday, April 19th: THE LEGION WILL BE CLOSED FOR GOOD FRIDAY.
Walking across Canada
• Saturday, April 20th: Beginning at 8 pm, THE LEGENDARY DUOS will be performing
hits from the most popular male/female duos of our time: Meatloaf, Conway Twitty/Loretta
for homelessness awareness
Lynn, Kenny Rogers/Dolly Parton, Sonny/Cher, and many more! Tickets: $25.00 per person, Julie (l-r) and Margo Middleton decided three weeks ago to sell everything
still available at the bar. they owned and walk from Calgary to the Atlantic Ocean to raise awareness
• Sunday, April 21st: THE LEGION WILL BE CLOSED FOR EASTER SUNDAY. for homelessness. The couple passed through Strathmore on April 2 and
• THERE IS NO GENERAL MEETING IN APRIL!! stayed at the Strathmore Overnight Shelter before continuing on their jour-
• Saturday, April 27th: DISTRICT RALLY at our Legion. Registration from 8 – 9:15
ney the next day. They are accepting donations for their journey as well as
am.
• Every Wednesday: BINGO!!! Doors open to players at 5 pm, purchasing of cards monetary donations to distribute to shelters they stop at that they feel need
begins at 5:30, nickel bingo begins at 6:15. Bingo usually ends around 9:15 or 9:30. Chef the funds. Contact Julie for more information at 403-472-4236 or make an
Pat always has a delicious special every bingo night, at a very reasonable price! e-transfer for their cause at julie.middleton2018@outlook.com. The Strath-
• Saturday, May 4th: SHOOT FOR THE TROOPS (darts). We are looking for silent more Overnight Shelter is also accepting donations and if you mention their
auction items. If you have something you would like to donate, please bring the item(s) to names, the funds received will be kept track of. They expect to be walking,
the Legion, with your name attached to it for recognition of your donation to this wonderful with some breaks in towns doing cash jobs to get them by, for about a year.
cause for our Veterans! The last day for donating will be Friday, May 3rd. I thank you in
Follow their travels on Facebook by searching “Walking across Canada for
advance for your contribution(s).
• Saturday, May 11th: STEAK AND LOBSTER NIGHT at 6 pm. Tickets are still homelessness awareness”. Adelle Ellis Photo
available for the Sports Committee’s annual dinner. Steak and Lobster: $45.00. Steak

Western Irrigation District Memories


only: $20.00. Lobster only: $25.00. All the trimmings are included, and be sure to bring
your own lobster crackers.
• Tuesday, May 14th: EXECUTIVE MEETING at 7 pm.

Rick Thiessen
• Friday, May 24th: 8 pm, DUELING PIANOS WITH BURN N MAHN. An audience
request show: you pick the songs and they play them. Tickets: $25.00 per person,
available at the bar. Tickets will NOT be sold at the door!!!!
This morning I saw a neighour talking to her cat. It was obvious that she thought her cat JOHN GODSMAN
understood her…I came to my house, I told my dog…we laughed a lot. sons was Jake (Rick and Ed’s father),
Times Contibutor born in 1910.
AT THE GOING DOWN OF THE SUN AND IN THE MORNING – WE WILL REMEMBER THEM.
The family originally resided in Al-
The Thiessen family has a history that is steeped in agri- dersyde where Abe worked with the
Thought for culture, going back several centuries and continuing into the railway, before moving to Youngstown,
present.
the Week The Thiessen family name originated in northern Holland
where he worked as a farm labourer.
~ and Germany, prior to settling in the Crimea in the
In 1931, the family moved to Namaka
where they purchased land
Truth does 1700s. After the Seven Years War, Russian Czarina previously farmed by Colo-
not change Catherine the Great required the services of farmers nel Strange, and his Mili-
to rehabilitate her nation’s farmland, and persuaded tary Colonization Company
because it is, many Mennonites, including the Thiessen family, to (MCC), where Rick and Ed
or is not, move to what is now known as Ukraine. Thiessen now farm.
believed by a In 1925, Rick’s grandparents, Abe and Gertrude Jake’s wife Mary (Manja)
Thiessen, immigrated to Canada with their family. was born in 1911, in the
majority of Abe brought with him a large quantity of oatmeal Ukraine, the daughter of Martin George
the people. and Rogers Syrup, so the family wouldn’t go hungry. Abe Wingerter and his wife. In 1929, the
and Gertrude had six sons and two daughters. One of the family started on the long journey to
C. Bruno
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England, and from there by boat to Hal-
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April 12, 2019 • Strathmore TIMES • Page 7

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Election time again never were homosexual or sexually active.


I was on the Rutherford Show in the early 1990s advocating for
To the Editor Graham James a homosexual pedophile? Because this making HIV a reportable disease. A gay/AIDS activist called, op-
Who do we believe? What do we believe? would show their true intentions. They need children, posing making HIV/AIDS reportable. I asked him, where do you
After the NDP were elected they brought in legisla- young adults or their LGBTQ ceases to exist! get your future homosexuals from? His response was quick and
tion which brings Alberta closer to becoming a dicta- Our education system does not get everything right. short. “Your children.”
torship. A couple of examples: I personally became involved in trying to get AIDS to If you remember just one thing from this letter, homosexuals/
Bill 6: Farm bill that would force the agriculture in- be a reportable disease and that it was not a sexually LGBTQ need our children, grandchildren, neighbour’s children to
dustry to use WCB for insurance for farm workers. Pri- transmitted disease. Our education system and Health exist! The younger they are, the easier it is for LGBTQ to indoc-
vate insurance companies cover far more than WCB Care promoted using condoms to students. Schools trinate them into their lifestyles.
ever has or would think of covering. were to put condom machines in. Alberta Health Care A question for Eggen, Notley and LGBTQ to answer: are Mus-
Bill 8: Education – Notley and Education Minister advertised weekly in all newspapers that the condom lim schools forced to have your indoctrination into their schools?
Eggen have covered their asses by making sure no was the answer for safe sex. Schools had gay/AIDS Definition of indoctrinate: “Teach particular ideas and beliefs in
one knows who is being indoctrinated into the LG- activists speak to students rather than caring medi- a way that prevents the learner from thinking for himself/herself.
BTQ sect in our schools. A parent/s, guardian, etc. cal doctors like our own Dr. Stephen Genuis, author Our education system needs to get back to the three R’s and
is not allowed to know that their child is in this sect of the book Risky Sex. We all know now that our put God back into our schools.
and what they are teaching or doing to them. There education system was wrong! It never was a sexu- Eileen Walker
is no video/recording of what is being done or said. ally transmitted disease unless you consider having a Strathmore
The Toronto University for Boys have video monitors blood transfusion as having safe sex. I feel so sorry
to prove what horrible things happened to those stu- for those students/adults who were infected and com-
dents! Why doesn’t LGBTQ demand the media refer to mitted suicide because no one would believe that they

Who would you trust to know the reality?


To the Editor it is our current and only method. I talked to most
Would you agree that scientists shouldn’t be politi- candidates about their environmental solution after-
cians and politicians shouldn’t be scientists? ward and the consistent reply was to tax big emitters.
When most scientists on the planet including No- So, what do you think those companies will look at
bel winners state we’re on the right track to self-de- if they don’t like that option? Of course, there other
struction, which is predicted to be non-reversible in places on the planet to reduce cost, which adds to our
12 years if we chose not to intervene now, are you global problem. Why do you think the automotive in-
willing to bet your family’s future that politicians are dustry in Canada is slowly moving to Mexico? Do you
right, or scientists? really think that won’t happen with other industries?
Do you believe that money motivates people? If so, When that starts to happen, how’s that going to help
would you want that choice to save money from your in jobs and tax base?
own decisions? Pollution is everyone’s problem as we all pollute at
Would you rather have a government policy that al- some level, so why wouldn’t we all be more respon-
lows you to make choice on how, what, when and the sible by being involved in supporting a funding strat-
amount you want to contribute to reducing contami- egy that leads to investing green technology in inno-
nants that are changing our world, which by the way vative diversification development, which by the way
the current strategy does allow you to do, or do you current tax is doing. If you think that companies will
want governments to force change in other currently be more responsible, then you’re not well informed.
undefined ways? As an example, we have thousands of orphaned wells
Would accepting an environmental strategy be bet- by companies that put them there, that found it’s more
ter accepted if we called it an environmental incentive cost effective to walk away. Now it’s our problem and
tax over the term carbon? the current estimate just reported yesterday is that
I had a meeting with my MP Martin Shields in the cost to clean up was underestimated by about three
fall last year and asked the simple question: what is times; tax payer is looking at $70 billion to resolve.
your plan to address environmental changes? No real Ask yourself: is that a forewarning sign to responsi-
answer, and it’s the same today. However, he did sug- bility? That’s bigger than our current provincial debt.
gest that industry changes in developing new tech- How much more proof do you need? If you’re up to
nologies would be a way. I would agree, having come date with the scientific data or you just watch the
from a career in research and development, and un- news, it’s not hard to see that if we all don’t take it
derstand that having a cost incentive greatly improves seriously starting now then tell your kids good luck
motivation by everyone. in your future, money is more important. Voting for
Have you received a carbon tax rebate check in the the future starts now as time is limited, if you believe
mail? Do you know of any other rebate you get for in science.
causing pollution?
In last night’s (April 8) candidates debate, everyone Dennis Bigras
was against the carbon tax other than the NDP as Wheatland County

Local speakers awarded top marks


Two local 4-H members showed their exceptional communication skills and placed among the top
speakers and presenters at the Calgary 4-H Regional Communications Competition on March 23
at the Strathmore Civic Centre. Abby van Egmond (pictured, left) from the Crowfoot 4-H Multi Club
placed second in the intermediate presentation competition with her presentation on Babysitting Es-
sentials. Grace Heuver (pictured, back row second from left) from the Cheadle 4-H Club placed sec-
ond in senior speeches with her speech on “Sustainable Farming in the Modern World.” Heuver also
completedin the 4-H Alberta provincial communications competition on April 6 in Wetaskiwin, Alta.

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Local attends Daughters of the Vote


ADELLE ELLIS life, but that marginalized groups such
Times Reporter as LGBTQ2+ members and women in
different equity groups also face subse-
One young local jumped at the chance quent levels of oppression, and that na-
to sit in a Member of Parliament’s (MP) tive women face the highest numbers of
seat in the House of Commons by at- racism and oppression.
tending the 2019 Daughters of the Vote “It was interesting to learn that white
program. feminism experience is not all feminism
Strathmore RCMP is Local 19-year-old Sabrina Kooistra experience, just sort of understanding
spent March 31 to April 5 in Ottawa, what it means to stand behind these
investigating the Theft of a joining 338 other dynamic and diverse women and support them,” said Koo-
Travel Trailer that took place on young women delegates to participate istra, who added that she has learned
December 2, 2018. in panels and a mock Parliament ses- about allyship and that she needs to
sion, and to learn more about the gov-
The Trailer is described as a ernment and current challenges facing
share her privilege by “pass(ing) the
mic to women who are marginalized
White Travelaire Rustler with women in government and across Can- and make sure they are at the table.”
license plate Y91180 Alberta and ada. Kooistra, who in the past has attended
“There were some MP’s who came
the decals on it appear faded. the similar Forum for Young Canadians,
and spoke with us, women who are has worked on the Strathmore Assem-
sort of trailblazing – especially in the bly of Youth and has aided in building
If you have any information that conservative party,” said Kooistra, who the local disc golf course, has found her
attended several panels all run by wom- Sabrina Kooistra participated in the 2019 Daugh-
could help locate this Trailer, passion for making a difference in her ters of the Vote program at the House of Com-
en in government, such as a municipal community reignited following the pro-
please contact politician panel, journalist panel, sena-
mons in Ottawa from March 31 to April 5.
gram and hopes to take what she has Photo Courtesy of Sabrina Kooistra
Strathmore RCMP. tor panel and MP panel, along with at- learned and apply it at home.
File: 20181794883 tending workshops on allyship called “What was really interesting to me thinking we need the right people for
anti-oppression training. According to was we were in the House of Com- the job; and taking voting seriously by
the Anti-Oppression Network, allyship mons, we were in the Senate, we were firstly voting and being informed and
is “an active, consistent, and arduous even trying to figure out what my po-
1-800-222-TIPS practice of unlearning and re-evaluat-
in Ottawa, but I found myself looking
home … thinking we’re dealing with litical ideology is as well,” said Koois-
ing, in which a person in a position of
(1-800-222-8477) privilege and power seeks to operate in
equally important issues at home,” said
Kooistra.
tra, who added this will be her first time
voting in both the provincial and federal
solidarity with a marginalized group.” “I was constantly trying to figure out elections.
The Daughters of the Vote is a yearly what’s at home that needs to be ad- “I just want to give props to our MP
program that gives one young woman dressed and how can I fit into that, es- Martin Shields, he was absolutely fantas-
in every federal riding, between the pecially with the knowledge that I’ve tic in Ottawa and I know he is fantastic
ages of 18 to 23, a chance to apply to gained from allyship and how I can ad- here as well. There were lots of oppor-
participate in the political leadership dress that.” tunities to meet with us and I felt every
403-934-5552 program with other diverse delegates, Kooistra also took the opportunity opportunity that there was to engage
120 - 2nd Avenue, Strathmore to learn more about what is currently to listen to all party leaders speak and with the MPs, Martin Shields was there
happening in the government and to be found it especially important to learn and going above and beyond to be sup-
mentored by their local MP and other what it means to be associating with portive to me,” said Kooistra. She said
YOUR WEEKLY women in government. Shields watched the mock parliament
HEALTH ADVICE Kooistra said she was both interested
each party, especially with both a pro-
vincial and federal election on the bill session with them, introduced her to
and enraged at the knowledge that not for this year. many Conservatives so she could shake
only do women still face oppression to- “Looking at really being serious about their hands, and took her on tours.
day, both in government and everyday who is the best for this role and really Kooistra is currently attending the
Gord Morck University of Calgary studying commu-
Pharmacist nications and has previously studied

Capsule Comments Notice of Application some international relations. She said


she has thought about working in poli-
At one time, people having kidney failure had very
little chance of survival. Today, we have kidney
Confined Feeding Operation tics, although she does not yet know in
what capacity. She will be taking a gap
dialysis that can perform the work of the kidneys year in her education next year to con-
while the patient is waiting for a kidney transplant. sider her options before continuing her
Hutterian Brethren of Springvale has filed application LA18068 with the Natural Resources
However, often that wait is a long one. There are Conservation Board (NRCB) to obtain an approval to expand an existing confined feeding
never enough kidneys to satisfy the waiting list. If
schooling the following fall, when she
operation (CFO) on the N½ 22-027-23 W4M and SE 22-027-23 W4M in Wheatland County of
you haven’t registered yet to be an organ donor, do it Alberta. The application is to construct a new chicken layer barn (96.0 m x 36.6 m) and a new
hopes to finish her degree before poten-
today. You could save a life. chicken pullet barn (61.0 m x 22.9 m) on the existing site of swine barns which will be tially entering any type of politics. She
Many iron supplements look like green and red decommissioned. The applicant also proposes to increase chicken layers by 11,200 and chicken will be helping campaign for Shields in
broilers by 4,000. This brings total animal numbers to: 16,000 chicken layers, 10,000 chicken
Smarties. Iron supplements are one of the most broilers, 10 dairy cows (plus associated dries and replacements), 10 swine (farrow to finish), 2,300
the upcoming federal election.
common causes of poisoning in children. They look beef feeders, 1,200 ducks and 350 geese. “Really it’s a lot of general things that
like candy but overdosing can cause kidney failure I’ve taken away, I thought going through
and death. A good reason to keep ALL medications
those allyship conversations was one of
out of the reach of children.
Filing a Statement those things I think is a pretty universal
Money can be a source of infection. People who
handle coin and paper money in their jobs should Any person who is directly affected by the application may submit a statement of concern to the skill, especially as Canadians as we are
wash their hands often. Paper money can carry a lot NRCB. The statement of concern must be received by the NRCB on or before May 15, 2019. striving for equity amongst the Canadi-
Submissions should be made to the NRCB address provided below. A copy of the statement of an population,” said Kooistra.
of bacteria and viruses which can live on the surface concern will be sent to the applicant for review and comment. Statements submitted regarding the
of the money for 48 hours but the flu virus can live on application are public records. “I’m really trying to figure out how
paper money for as much a 17 days. Other infection- I can be a part of my community and
laden items we touch often include computer Your statement of concern should include your name, the legal land description of your residence how I can better my community and
keyboards, cell phones, toilet seats and shopping or landholdings, mailing address, phone number, fax number, email address, and a detailed
summary that describes how you would be directly affected by this application. For further surrounding communities.”
carts. You can’t wash your hands too often.
information please refer to the fact sheet “The Permitting Process for Confined Feeding Operations

Thin ice safety


It’s a good idea to give your feet a good checkover in Alberta” at www.nrcb.ca.
regularly. Feet that are cold or numb could signify
circulation problems. Your doctor can check you Failure to submit a statement of concern may affect your rights to apply for an NRCB review.
for diabetes. Swollen or sore feet could be a sign of SEAN FREEMAN
arthritis or gout. Or it could be simply poor-fitting Strathmore Fire Department
shoes. Whatever the symptom, have it checked. It Viewing the Application
might be an early symptom of something serious. A complete copy of the application and supporting documents submitted by the applicant under the Strathmore Fire Department is re-
Agricultural Operation Practices Act may be viewed on line at www.nrcb.ca or during regular
business hours at the Lethbridge office of the NRCB until May 15, 2019. If you require further minding people to stay off bodies of
Hours: information, please contact the approval officer listed below. water covered in ice at this time of the
M-F: 9 - 7 pm • Sat: 9 - 6 pm year.
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April 12, 2019 • Strathmore TIMES • Page 9

Busy time for


Rockyford club
JAXON CAMPBELL
Rockyford 4-H Beef Club to grooming kits and benches.
On March 9, district public speak-
The Rockyford 4-H Beef Club has ing was held in Strathmore, with Jaxon
had lots of fun activities since my last Campbell and Payton Peterson repre-
article. senting Rockyford. Campbell received
reserve place in his first year of in-

Wheatland County
On Feb. 3, we hosted our club pub-
lic speaking event with Callum Lawn as termediate for his speech on hunting
our emcee. There were a lot of differ- camp. Peterson spoke at the junior lev-
ent speeches that made us laugh and el and did an amazing job for her first

Counselling
learn. We also had two presentations year in 4-H.
on hockey and ringette. March 29 was our annual ski trip and
Thank you to the Rockyford Lions for this year our club went to Lake Louise
an excellent dinner and for hosting our for a whole day of snow and fun.
awards banquet on Feb. 11. Teia Dahm For the Rockyford Beef Club mem-
acted as our emcee, Kate Kalbhen led
our pledge and Maysa Schiffner said
grace. Awards night recognizes all the
bers this time of year is busy with
grooming, halter breaking and work-
ing with steers to get them ready for
You Are Invited
hard work from last year’s show and the upcoming show and sale on June
sale. There were lots of neat awards 6 at the Rockyford arena. Have a great
spring and learn to do by doing!
Grand Opening & Open House
presented, from belt buckles to pictures

Wednesday April 17th


A&W fundraiser for Wright family Drop in from 4-7pm
ADELLE ELLIS manager of Strathmore A&W. “This is
Times Reporter just our way of helping back because
our community is the most important Meet our team of Psychologists, view our
Strathmore A&W is doing their part thing for us.” space, and learn about our services for adults,
to help the family that lost their home The restaurant is also accepting dona-
to the March 31 fire in Strathaven. tions in a tip jar for the family. As well, children, couples, and families.
Now through April 17, $2 from every patrons will be asked if they would like Everyone Welcome!
Teen Burger and Double Teen Burger to round up their order to the nearest
sold will be donated to the Wright fam- dollar with the donations from those
ily to help them get back on their feet orders going to the Wright family. Unit 101 – 95 Brent Blvd (Crystal Ridge)
following the blaze. “Whenever something happens like
“This is our community, this is where this in the community we always take
everyone comes in and supports us it personally because that’s how it feels www.wheatlandcountycounselling.com
all the time and that’s the reason why … we just want to do our part to help,”
we’re in business,” said Kyra Peters, said Peters.

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS


Wheatland County Council Chambers May 7, 2019, at 9 a.m.
Wheatland County will consider the following applications for Pub-
lic Hearing at the regular Council meeting on Tuesday, May 7,
2019.
The following public hearings begin at 9 a.m. and proceed until all
applications have been heard:

Bylaw #: 2019-04
Legal Description: County-Wide; solar and wind Amendment
Proposal: Am end Land Use Bylaw 2016 -01 to include more
site regulatory material for small scale personal use of solar panels
on structures and ground development, as well as micro genera-
tion wind turbines and towers (WECS).
Bylaw #: 2019-05
Legal Description: County-Wide; new land use district: Energy
District
Proposal: Am end Land Use Bylaw 2016 -01 to include a new
land use district called the Energy District to address large scale,
industrial and commercial AUC approved solar facilities and wind
turbine farms (WECS).

Comments may be forwarded in writing to Wheatland County or in person


at the above meeting. The application files may be reviewed in the County
Office during regular office hours – Monday to Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Any comments provided will become part of the public record in accord-
ance with Section 40 (1) of the Alberta Freedom of Information and Pro-
tection Privacy Act. Any personal information on submissions made re-
garding applications is collected under the authority of the FOIP Act Sec-
tion 33 (c) and subsequent versions of the Act.

Career Opportunities
Submit your resume online through our website or email
to hr@wheatlandcounty.ca. More detailed job
descriptions can be found on the careers page of our
website.
 Labourer (seasonal) - two positions available
Closes April 22, 2019 at 4 p.m.
Please Quote Job #P19-16

“The Labourer is a seasonal position responsible for operating Roadside Haying Applications Now Being Accepted!
various types of light equipment, and participating in the installa-
tion of culverts and road repairs to ensure Wheatland County Anyone wishing to hay municipal road right of ways must make
roadways are accessible, safe, and in good condition…”
application by May 31, 2019. You must complete an “Access and
 Parks Operator
Closes April 22, 2019 at 4 p.m. Work Agreement” prior to starting work.
Please Quote Job #P19-12
This form is available on our website or at our office.
“The Parks Operator will report to the Hamlet Operations Fore-
man, and carry out day to day tasks for the maintenance of
parks, open spaces, cemeteries, sports fields, playgrounds, and
pathways. This would entail horticultural duties, landscape
maintenance responsibilities, playground safety inspections, minor
repairs, winter snow and ice removal. “
Dust Control Applications Now Being Accepted!
If you are interested in purchasing Dust Control, you must complete
an application and submit payment prior to the applicable deadline:
Upcoming Meetings and Closures
 Calcium Chloride ($1.50/foot):
April 16
Council Meeting at 9 a.m. – May application order deadline is April 26

May 7 – June application order deadline is June 10


Council Meeting at 9 a.m.  Oiling ($5-$7/foot depending on road and application type):
May 14 – July application order deadline is July 8
Municipal Planning Commission at 9 a.m.
 Patching for previously applied oil (invoiced at $100/tonne + GST):
Agenda packages and minutes are
available on the website on the – Application order deadline is July 8
Agendas and Minutes page. The application form is available on our website or at our office.

Address: 242006 Range Rd 243 Phone: 403-934-3321 Mail: Hwy 1 RR 1, Strathmore, AB, T1P 1J6 Office Hours: Mon-Fri 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

www.wheatlandcounty.ca
@wheatlandcounty
April 12, 2019 • Strathmore TIMES • Page 11

PUBLIC NOTICE
Wheatland County
WATER ACT NOTICE OF APPLICATION

Notice is given that Wheatland County has filed an application under the provisions of the Water Act for disturbing wetlands and ephemeral
water bodies during the upgrading of Township Road 252 between Range Roads 253 and 261. The location where proposed construction affects
water bodies includes: S1/2 13-25-26-W4M, N1/2 12-25-26-W4M, S1/2 18-25-25-W4M, N1/2 07-25-25-W4M, S1/2 17-25-25-W4M, N1/2 08-25
-25-W4M; S1/2 16-25-25-W4M, and N1/2 09-25-25-W4M.

Any person who is directly affected by this application may submit


a written statement of concern within seven (7) days of the date of this notice to:

Environment and Parks Regulatory Approvals Centre


5th Floor, South Petroleum Plaza
9915 108 Street
Edmonton, Alberta T5K 2G8
Phone: 780-427-6311
Fax: 780-422-0154
Email: aep.waapplications@gov.ab.ca

The written statement of concern should include the following:


 the application number: 5039104 (EMS 001-00433841)
 describe concerns that are relevant to matters regulated by the Water Act;
 explain how the filer of the concern will be directly affected by the activity proposed in the application;
 provide the legal land location of the land owned or used by the filer where the concerns described are believed to be applicable;
 state the distance between the land owned or used by the filer and the site in the application; and
 contact information including the full name and mailing address of the filer. Please provide the telephone number and/or email address
for ease of contact.

Environment and Parks will review each written statement of concern, seek more information if needed, and notify each filer by letter of the de-
cision to accept or reject their written submission as a valid statement of concern. The Public Notice of this application will also be posted on
the Department’s website at https://avw.alberta.ca/PublicNoticesViewer.aspx .

Statements of concern submitted regarding this application are public records which are accessible by the public and the applicant. Failure to
file a statement of concern may affect the right to file a Notice of Appeal with the Environmental Appeals Board.

Please quote file number: 5039104

Copies of the application and additional information can be obtained from:

Michael Ziehr
Wheatland County
242006 Range Road 243
Strathmore Alberta T1P 1J6
Telephone: 403-361-2007
Email: michael.ziehr@wheatlandcounty.ca

Address: 242006 Range Rd 243 Phone: 403-934-3321 Mail: Hwy 1 RR 1, Strathmore, AB, T1P 1J6 Office Hours: Mon-Fri 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

www.wheatlandcounty.ca
@wheatlandcounty
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Budget review highlights


county spending policies
Selling spaghetti for a trip SHARON MCLEAY priorities. He would like more details on proj-
Times Contributor ect proposals and better communication with the
The Crowther Memorial Junior High School
hosted a Spaghetti Supper fundraiser at community members.
the Strathmore Civic Centre on March 27 The final 2019-2021 operating budget was ap- “Two more years and taxes will have to double
to help raise funds for the annual Grade 9 proved by Wheatland County council on April 2, to cover it,” said Koester. ”We haven’t done any
Eastern Canada trip that will take place in as well as the 2019-2023 capital budget. long term planning and we are going down a
May.
Miriam Ostermann Photos Wheatland County staff stated they highlighted slippery slope.”
updates on the budget document for council and “If it goes down, there are ways to make it
public reading convenience. come back up,” said Henderson. “It is a matter
Brian Henderson, corporate financial services of spending.”
manager with Wheatland County, said the over- Other council members said various factors
all adjustments from the last draft had balanced may be in play, such as the hit to Alberta’s econ-
themselves out for the final document. He noted omy from decreased oil and gas revenue, in-
some of the new spending in the operating bud- creased provincial tax payments, reduced linear
get, such as the Strathmore field house, increased payments, costs of funding things with increas-
CRISP funding and increases in fuel costs. The ing regulations, liability coverage increases and
budget sometimes varies on grants received and increasing construction costs. The Calgary Met-
projects approved. Investments had gone up ropolitan Region Board (CMRB) directs members
about four per cent. to increase community, recreational and employ-
Council members took the time to question ment services in areas under the CMRB mandate,
some of the line entries and Deputy Reeve Glenn but what will be expected is not known at pres-
Koester cautioned council on the depletion of ent, so it may be another cost that needs long
county reserve funds. Henderson stated restrict- term planning initiatives.
ed reserves had decreased by $1.2 million. Councillor Jason Wilson stated he would rather
Koester said the overall budget dropped $13 see investment in the community, rather than
million from 2018 to 2019. He said it took the building large reserve funds.
county a long time to develop surplus reserves There is a recreational master plan being de-
and he didn’t want to see a scenario where the veloped for the county, which should be ready
county was continually using reserves to cover by 2020. It was hoped it would include equitable
spending shortfalls. processes to fund the various community inter-
“Last year we had a surplus. This year we spent ests, while balancing budget needs.
reserve money. We cannot continue to do that,” Council approved cutting playground equip-
he said. “When we are taking money out of re- ment expenditure for the Eagle Lake camp-
serves, we have to look at what we spend.” ground.
He said many community projects were funded Council discussed other projects that may need
directly by the county, instead of allowing resi- to be cut for savings but could not agree on
dents to request funding and provide a portion of which district would be willing to cut their proj-
the project costs. Koester said the county cannot ects or how the cuts would be justified. Reeve
afford to fully fund all requests, and he would Amber Link suggested all districts need to be re-
like the communities to choose their spending viewed for project cuts.

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Considering High Eagle campground erosion


SHARON MCLEAY
Times Contributor leaser contributes money to the Lions factors. Many environmentalists, geolo- changes and disturbances in the river
Club and the hamlet. The agreement has gists and hydrologists study the various bed or sedimentation patterns.
Wheatland County crews are ponder- been ongoing for 20 years. factors that affect geology, erosion and After assessment of the erosion is
ing action for erosion damage at High “Floods that wiped it out came darn river flow. Influencing factors can be completed by Wheatland County staff,
Eagle campground near Rosebud. Banks close to hitting the bridge. Oldtimers man-made due to things such as dams, council wants information brought back
along Severn Creek have started to said they had never seen it so high,” said or construction disturbances along a to them, to discuss the lease and erosion
break down. Deputy Reeve Glenn Koester. “Years water course, or due to environmental mitigation approval.
Staff stated they had done some pre- gone by, we planted willows, but they
ventive work in 2017 that cost about didn’t take root, so staff put rock in.”
$50,000, but said it is a temporary fix to There were small buildings that need-
the erosion ed to be moved for repair and some
“With the 2018 floods much of that walking trails were affected.
was compromised,” said Mike Ziehr, CAO Alan Parkin said trail or camp-
Wheatland County Transportation and ground closure can be done, but camp-
Agriculture manager. ers might take exception to the move.
When Alberta Parks and Recreation Councillors were concerned that do-
changed to Alberta Environment, some ing temporary fixes was throwing good
campgrounds were turned over to mu- money away. They discussed the lease
nicipalities and community organiza- and asked for solutions for long-term
tions. High Eagle campground went to erosion mitigation.
Wheatland County and the Lions Club. “Once erosion starts to happen it is
When someone approached them to hard to stop it. If there are structures
lease and manage the site, council drew that have to be moved, maybe it is time
up an agreement. They still own the land to look at a more long-term solution. If
and pay for some of the maintenance on it happens again in two years, we are
the property. The leaser pays for capital going to literally wash money down the
improvement to the amenities. There is river,” said Councillor Scott Klassen.
no yearly fee paid to the county, but the River erosion results from complex

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Miriam Ostermann Photos

Saluting our Volunteers


• Do you know an individual in your community making a
real difference in lives of others?
• Let’s show how much we appreciate them by
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Pass the Salt


YOUR WORDS ARE SEEDS the seed the sower sowed was the
Gleichen playground
equipment set for install
It is said that “Your words rule your word of God, letting us know that
world.” Words are very powerful words are seeds indeed.
whether positive words or negative When words are spoken, be it
words. What you say is as important pleasant words or unpleasant
as the way you say it and the intents words, either they are uttered in
of saying it. It’s out of the abundance happiness or in anger, they become
of the heart that your mouth uttered seeds that are bound to produce SHARON MCLEAY ronmental stewardship as a key component of our
what is called words. It’s pertinent to harvest someday. Since every seed Times Contributor organizational responsibility and accountability to
know that life goes in the direction produces after its kind, it does imply
of words, that is, what you say. that the right seed produces the
all citizens. In just three years, what started as a
However, a viable seed has the right harvest and vice versa. Gleichen children will be excited to see new team of four members of staff, meeting to discuss
tendency to germinate and produce Therefore, you need to know that playground equipment in their community. The addressing our environmental impacts, has grown
fruits after its kind. As it is with the there are supernatural powers that company Blue Imp, based in Lethbridge, was the to become a formal environmental program,” said
natural seeds, so it is with words work behind the scenes; their duties successful tender. It is Canada’s oldest playground CAO Alan Parkin.
spoke, either to someone, to oneself include to enforce words spoken equipment manager, with 102 years of business ex- The report shows how much was handled by
or words others speak to us. In the by the people. So, stop your heart
perience. waste transfer sites and recycling centres, conser-
same vein, words are like seasoning, and ears from wrong words. Stop
it has capacity to add taste to your your mouth from speaking negative “Gleichen residents expressed their gratitude vation measures for water, land and wetland pres-
life and it’s has capacity to make life things. Your mouth has ability to about the playground equipment and they are re- ervation, assessments of county departments envi-
bitter as well. Words have ability produce profits for your life through ally excited about it,” said Wheatland County Reeve ronmental improvements and future goals to attain,
to determine your mood condition your words. Speak the words that Amber Link. weed control, and recent awards.
depending on the kind of words you bless, uplift, encourage and edify. She wondered if there were opportunities for
have heard. Words have capacity to You might need to undo a habit of residents to get involved with the installation, and WFCSS GETS BOOST FOR BUDGET
determine the outputs of your life. swearing if you are the type that
In addition, Law Enforcement swears.
staff replied not this time, but there may be oppor- WFCSS asked for a 15 per cent increase –
Officers have a common statement Remember, each time you open your tunities for fundraising, or work for future commu- $33,323.70 – to their overall funding from the coun-
they use when they are making mouth to speak, you are on ‘trial’. nity projects. Due to space and budget concerns, ty, due to increased program expenditures. They
an arrest at any given time; thus, Words are seeds! the rope spinner and swing set were not part of the stated support for school and family programs, and
“Whatever you say might be used It is written “A MAN HAS JOY BY package. The spinner cost was $25,000. coverage for IT upgrades, were placing a burden
against you in the court of law, THE ANSWER OF HIS MOUTH: AND on existing budgets. The county currently contrib-
you are advised to remain silent.” A WORD SPOKEN IN DUE SEASON, NEED FOR ASB WASH BAY DISCUSSED utes $55,539.50 to their services.
That is, you can be condemned or HOW GOOD IT IS! Proverbs 15:23.
commend by your words. Shalom!
A tender for the new county Agricultural Services “Wheatland FCSS is very judicious in how our
The Lord Jesus Christ, while Pastor Sunday Adeola Board (ASB) building addition was considered by funds are used. With your help, we can continue
narrating the parable of the sower The Redeemed Christian Church county council on April 2. to provide necessary services to our residents in a
said, “A sower went out to sow his of God The successful bid was chosen from four com- timely and effective manner as they are identified,”
seed …” (Luke 8:5). Then in the (Peculiar People Assembly), panies that qualified under county tender criteria. said WFCSS board chair Joe Pedersen.
eleventh verse, He explained that Strathmore Bids came in between $2.5 million and $3.7 mil-
lion. The winning bid is expected to cost about LIGHTING FOR HIGHWAYS 817 AND
$3.2 million, not including furnishings and possible 901 INTERSECTION
BOW RIVER ALLIANCE CHURCH SACRED HEART CATHOLIC
changes. Brian Mason, Minister of Alberta Transportation,
105 Main St. Carseland Holy Cross Collegiate School Gym
403-934-9337 709B - 2nd Street, Strathmore “It was reviewed by a committee of five mem- stated that the department reviewed the site re-
Pastor: Kevin Enns 403-934-2641 bers from various departments and we all came to garding the need to install lighting. They agreed
office@bowriveralliance.com Pastor: Fr. Wojciech Jarzecki the same conclusions,” said Mike Ziehr, Wheatland lighting was warranted but could not be consid-
Sunday Worship: 10 am Masses: Saturday 5 pm • Sunday 10 am County Transportation and Agriculture general ered by the province until 2020.
www.bowriveralliance.com
ST. MICHAEL & ALL ANGELS ANGLICAN manager. Wheatland County councillors requested staff es-
RCCG PECULIAR PEOPLE ASSEMBLY 103 - 227 3rd Ave. The bids were evaluated on a series of factors timate the cost to put lighting in the area and bring
(1 PET. 2:9) 587-727-0649 such as previous experience, qualifications, avail- those figures back to council.
322 A 2nd Avenue, Strathmore strathmoreanglican@gmail.com
ability and price.
403-714-2283 Rev. Malcolm Kern
Sunday Morning Worship 10:00 am Council asked that future bids include consider- FIRE BYLAW PASSES
Pastor: Sunday Adeola
Sunday Worship: 10:30 am “Becoming fully alive in Jesus Christ” ation for local contractors. The long process of developing a fire bylaw con-
Wednesday Bible Study: 7 pm The addition will add office space, two parking cluded on April 2, when council approved the re-
HOPE COMMUNITY
www.rccgstrathmore.com bays and a wash facility. The wash facility cost was vised draft of bylaw 2019-06.
COVENANT CHURCH
245 Brent Blvd, Strathmore • 403-934-2424 about $800,000. Prior to the decision, fire associations were con-
STRATHMORE FULL GOSPEL CHURCH
50 Maplewood Drive • 403-934-2225 Pastor: Heidi Wiebe Council asked why a wash bay facility was added sulted, which resulted in some fine tuning on roles
Senior Pastor: Rev. Les Fischer Worship Service Sundays 10 am to the design and staff said it made sense environ- and position definitions and editions to the previ-
Youth Pastor: Rev. Kyle Lomenda www.hope-community.ca mentally and fiscally to have one on the county ous draft document.
New Office Hours: STRATHMORE ALLIANCE property. Council also approved the appointed fire guard-
9 am - 4 pm • Tues - Wed - Thur The county currently contracts a power washing
325 1 Ave • 403-934-3543 ians for 2019: Wheatland County - Stuart Larson,
Worship Service: 10:30 am Corner of 1 Ave & Wheatland Trail
Children’s Church & Nursery in Service company to upkeep equipment and the wash resi- Michael Ziehr, Brian Henderson, Lisa Baraniuk,
Lead Pastor: Mike Wiebe
Extending Grace - igniting hope due is being washed into the storm pond, which Russ Muenchrath, Jason Regehr, Kris Perrmann,
Associate Pastor: John Duerksen
www.strathmorefullgospel.com Youth/Worthip Inter: Connor Hyde raised environmental concerns. The bay could be Dean Young, Jordan Maier, Matthew Curwin, Judy
LORD OF ALL (NALC) LUTHERAN 10:00 am Worship Service used for both ASB equipment and road mainte- Unsworth, Mac de Beaudrap; Wheatland West -
112 Lakeside Blvd. • 403-934-2374 www.strathmorealliance.com nance equipment, and hazardous materials could Mike Jakubiszyn, Ben Bremner; Carseland - Ryan
Pastor: Dawn Nelson STRATHMORE UNITED be filtered out. It would also help with weed seed Hauswirth; Gleichen - Ron Welcher; Dalum - Albert
Worship Schedule Wheatland Trail & 3rd Avenue transfer concerns. There were some liability con- Jensen; Hussar - Mike Hager; Rosebud - Craig Nel-
Thursday Evening 7:00 pm cerns staff discussed about using privately owned
403-934-3025 son
Sunday Family 10:30 am Rev. Pamela Scott
Christian Education wash facilities. Staff said there are only a few bays
Sunday Worship 10:30 am
For All - Ages 3-103 in Strathmore that large equipment can be taken to. MIDWEST COLONY RE-DESIGNATION
Sunday School 10:30 am
Sunday at 9:30 am Nursery Care Provided Councillor Scott Klassen commented that the ad- HEARING SET
Join us in Praising our Lord, Jesus Christ! Wheel Chair Accessible dition of the wash bay should have come before The Midwest Hutterite Colony has applied for
Loop system for the hearing impaired council earlier. CAO Alan Parkin stated the wash 157.77 acres along Highway 842 northeast from
STRATHMORE SEVENTH-DAY
ADVENTIST CHURCH bay could be deleted if council chose to do so. Standard to be re-designated as Direct Control
HARVEST HEALING CENTRE CHURCH
Meeting in the Lutheran Church 102 Canal Gardens
from agricultural land, so it can be used for colony
112 Lakeside Blvd. 587-227-6956 403-901-0893 / 403-880-3171 ENVIRONMENTAL PLAN RELEASED interests.
Pastor: Donald Pierre Pastor: Elizabeth Karp Wheatland County is walking the talk when it The piece will have residential, agricultural, com-
Services held every Saturday Pastor: Dave Mackie
Sabbath School: 10 AM
comes to environmental concerns. In the April 2 munity and church buildings. Midwest Hutterite
Worship Sundays 10:30 am agenda attachments, they released the county en-
Worship Service: 11 AM Colony was formed in 2018, an offshoot of the
Youth Tuesdays 7 pm
www.strathmoreadventist.ca Come Join us for a spirit-filled time vironmental plan, which includes evaluations on Standard Colony.
donald816@hotmail.com of worship county departments and the various environmental Council approved first reading and the public
updates happening in the county. The full report hearing will be held May 21.
begins on Page 415 of the April 2 agenda attach-
ments. ENABLING IMPROVEMENTS AND
The Church of Jesus Christ Of Latter Day Saints “Wheatland County recognizes the importance CELEBRATIONS FOR SPEARGRASS
60 Maplewood Drive | Bishop Justin Hansen | jbhansen2@gmail.com of preserving the values that our land, air, water, First reading for Speargrass parks to be consid-
403-983-2746 | LDS.org | Worship Service Sundays 10 a.m. soil, wildlife, vegetation and other natural resourc- ered under hamlet regulations, contained within
es provide to our residents. Our environmental the Parks and Recreation designation, came to
program is about managing our impacts in a way council on April 2.
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The move was to find a way to accommodate the
recent park improvements planned for the commu-

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and economic needs of our community. This en-
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SPORTS
The Wheatland Kings handed out the hardware at their Awards Ban-
quet on April 5 at the Strathmore Family Centre. Zach Suntjens (top

County schools play badminton


photo, l-r) was named Top Defenceman, Eric Sandum was the Most
Improved Player, Cole Busslinger for Hardest Worker, Isaac Benoit for
Most Valuable Player, Top Scorer and Strathmore Times Player of the
Year and Lucas Muenchrath for Top Rookie. Benoit (right photo, l-r) Schools in Strathmore, Wheatland County and Siksika Nation gathered to play badminton
was presented the Strathmore Times Player of the Year by publisher against players from other schools, at the Strathmore High School on April 3. Kurtis Seeley
Mario Prusina. played in boys’ singles matches for the day. Sydney Edwards played in girls’ doubles matches.
Doug Taylor Photos
Adelle Ellis Photos

Kings crown award winners


MARIO PRUSINA is given annually to the player who ac-
Times Editor cumulates the most player-of-the-game
honours during the course of the season.
The Wheatland Kings officially capped Benoit was the clear-cut winner at the end
off the 2018-19 season by dishing out of the season.
their year-end awards on April 5 at the “For me, it was just doing my job and
Strathmore Family Centre. what I had to do for the team,” said Ben-
The local Junior B team – which had oit. “Without my teammates and my line-
one of their most successful seasons on mates, I could have never accomplished
the ice – honoured their award winners what I did this year. It’s basically up to
off the ice, symbolizing the end of the them (why) I got all these awards.”
Kings campaign. Strathmore’s Lucas Muenchrath took
“As a coaching staff, we’re nothing but home the Rookie of the Year, while Zach-
proud of the boys,” said head coach Joel
Robinson. “We had some really positive
ary Suntjens was named the Top Defence-
man. Hussar native Eric Sandum was the
Successful season
moments this season … I think it was re- Most Improved Player, while captain Cole The Sander Team – consisting of Randy Sander (l-r), Melinda Sander, Ken Shackleton and Cin-
ally successful for us having 14 local kids. Busslinger was named the Hardest Work- dy Shackleton – won Pool A during the Strathmore Mixed Curling League 2018-2019 season.
Meanwhile the Risseeuw Team, consisting of Shaelyn Gordon (l-r), Lane Gordon, Shayna Ris-
It kind of shows you which way this team er.
seeuw, Brad Gordon, Robert Paxton (not shown) and Erica Paxton (not shown) won the Pool B.
is going and it’s heading in the right direc- According to Robinson, all the award
Photos Courtesy of the Strathmore Mixed Curling League
tion.” winners share the same characteristic that
The Kings finished the season with an make them successful players.
18-17-3 record, marking the first time the “It’s what they bring to the rink every
club finished above .500 on the season. day,” said the coach. “They don’t do it just
Strathmore’s own Isaac Benoit was one game … it’s not a single outburst. It’s
called to the podium on three separate every night they bring it.
occasions to pick up some valuable hard- “This is the time of year to congratu-
ware. late those guys on the successful year
After compiling 30 goals and 28 assists they did have. That’s what you get from
for 58 points in 35 games, Benoit cap- your award winners is the consistency ev-
tured the Most Valuable Player, the Top ery night, every practice, it doesn’t matter
Scorer and the Strathmore Times Player of what the situation is, they bring the same
the Year. award-winning mentality.”
“It does feel good – I just wanted to have The evening also included a celebration
fun and play the game that I love,” said of life for Kings alumnus Kristian Ayoung-
Benoit. “Like coach said (in the speech),
I kind of lost the love for the game after
man, who tragically lost his life three
weeks ago. The Kings also recognized
Hussar hosts mixed bonspiel
The Hussar Curling Club hosted their annual Mixed Bonspiel March 24-30 at the curling club.
being stuck in Whitecourt a little bit, so team staff, sponsors and volunteers who
Twenty-two teams took part in the tournament, which featured an 80’s themed supper and
playing here and working as hard as I can make the program a success. dance. The A Event winners were the Bartsch Rink; Chris Bartsch (l-r), Colleen Bartsch, Terry
helped. The guys on the team were great The Kings capped off the night by pre- Burgess and Sarah Tiegen. The B Event winners were the Fladhamer Rink; Shane Fladhamer
and that made it much more fun. It was senting a jersey to their graduating play- (l-r), Kathryn Brown, Greg Brown and Dwayne Fladhamer. The C Event winners were the Robert-
easy to play.” ers – Busslinger, Hayden Vander Ploeg son Rink; Kevin Robertson (l-r), Jana Robertson, Jayla Robertson and Kade Robertson.
The Strathmore Times Player of the Year and Brenden Moore. Photos Courtesy of Pam Collett

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THANK YOU
Obituary
HALL, Norma Joyce
May 20, 1930 – March 23, 2019
Thank You
Our mom passed away peacefully at Strathmore Hos-
The family of Gladys Hanson wish
pital on Saturday, March 23, 2019 at the age of 88 to thank friends, family and co-
years. workers for all their kind and generous
Mom was born May 20, 1930 in Bassano, Alberta expressions of sympathy at the loss
and was raised on the family farm. She was the third of mother, grandmother, great-
oldest of 11 children, so she was busy helping with
farm work and siblings. She moved to Calgary and
grandmother and aunt.
worked for Burns Foods, then met the love of her life, We thank all who attended her
Lyle, who she spent 50 years with. She worked for funeral, sent flowers, cards and on-line
Calgary Co-op for 30 years which she enjoyed im- messages of condolence.
mensely. She loved camping, bingo and going to the Thank you to Pastor Dawn for the
casino. Her family meant everything to her, especially
her grandchildren and great grandchildren.
touching service, to the lutheran
Mom is survived and lovingly remembered by her ladies who provided a lovely lunch, to
children Ron (Lynn) Hall, Gayle (Ernie) Hall and Bren- Brian Code at Strathmore’s Florist for
da (Don Gauthier). She will be dearly missed by her the gorgeous arrangements and the
grandchildren Shannon (Stuart) Hanley, Kaley (Travis) Wheatland Funeral Home staff for
Preston, Matthew and Michael Hall and Christie, Ryan
(Erin) and Cody Gauthier. And by her Great Grand-
their guidance and support.
children Chloe and Alexis Hanley, Dylan, Alayna and We especially want to thank the
Jordyn Preston, and Easton, Kowen and Annastyn Sagewood Age Care Namaka staff for
Gauthier. their gentle care and special thanks to
Mom was predeceased by her husband of 50 years Annie who always brightened Gladys’
Lyle in 2002, her parents, two brothers Ken Sandum
and Gordon Sandum and four sisters Bernice Blake,
day. Thanks also to Dr. W. Fanning
Clare Myers, Lil Dundas and Joanne Kasha. and Dr. B. Sader for their care and
Blast from the past The family would like to thank all those who cared for
mom, her Doctor Dr. Ward Fannning, and other doc-
compassion. All of you helped to keep
Gladys safe and comfortable
Strathmore High School past students and teach- tors, nurses and staff at the Strathmore Hospital.
ers came together for an alumni basketball tour-
over the last years.
Relatives and friends are invited to a celebration of
nament April 6-7. It was an enjoyable weekend of life at Hope Covenant Church. 245-Brent Blvd. Strath- Sincerely, the Hanson family
basketball for all players. more, Alberta, on Friday, April 12, 2019 at 2:00 p.m.
Doug Taylor Photos
In lieu of flowers, donations in her memory can be NOTICES
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More than 80 people attended our Experienced Cleaners


Wedding Anniversary Celebration on Local and New to Strathmore
April 6 at Strathmore United Church,
We will do cleaning of businesses,
including family members from Idaho,
Calgary, Toronto, a cousin recently
offices, construction cleaning and homes
returned from working in Sydney, in Strathmore and area.
Australia, local friends, and others from We carry insurance, bonded,
Red Deer, Claresholm, etc. and many workers compensation and are licensed.
Square Dancers! Thank you so much for
Please contact 403-604-0181
making it such a special afternoon.
or email me at giport@telus.net
John and Anne
Excellent weekend Have your PIANO SERVICED to help
The Wheatland Athletic Association (WAA) be best prepared for the upcoming
held their annual 3-on-3 hockey tournament at SPAF, Examinations, Spring programs,
the Strathmore Family Centre on April 6 and 7.
It was a way for atom, peewee and bantam-
and for your own musical pleasure!
aged players to get familiar with the WAA pro- Thank you for supporting local business!
gram. Doug Taylor Photos Piano Tuner-Technician
Kathie L Zakresky
Stampede tickets now on sale 38 years of Knowlege, Experience & “Note-ability”
Also Music for Special Occasions!
STRATHMORE & DISTRICT 403-934-5477 • 403-934-0301 c
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY ship Monday with a $35 all day combo kathiezak@gmail.com
ticket.
The time has finally come – tickets for Our tradeshow is filling up with many
the 2019 Strathmore Stampede are now vendors, most being local. Come on CONTACT
on sale. What can you expect this year? out and browse our selection of mer-
The 2019 Strathmore Stampede is chandise, food and memberships. Some JEFF WALLACE
back for another fun-filled long week-
end, running August 2-5. We’re pleased
tradeshow booths and sponsorship op-
portunities are still available.
ACCOUNTING AND
to confirm that along with the Pro Ro- Mosey on over to our website at Locally Owned & Operated BOOKKEEPING SERVICES
deo and Chucks, we will feature the strathmorestampede.com for tickets or
403-453-7835
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RCMP Musical Ride for the first time contact our office at 403-934-5811. We
in Strathmore since 1983. The Midway can also help you book a tradeshow STRATHMORE
rides will return to our Kids Zone along booth or sponsorship opportunity. This With a dedicated, highly trained, professional team
with multiple acts at the Heritage Arena year’s Stampede is likely to sell out, so that works closely with you, our main goal is to
and Stage. From hypnotists, magicians, don’t dawdle. Call us for your advertising needs! take care of our clients through sound balancing
ventriloquists, live music, food trucks Whether your family comes every year of their books. Offering full bookkeeping, payroll,
and the cabaret, we’ve got entertain-
ment for all ages.
for a weekend away, you’re a true rodeo
or chuckwagon fan following the circuit,
403.934.5589 personal and corporate tax preparation for various
types of corporations and small businesses.
This year we will also feature Family or it’ll be your first time attending the
Fax 403.934.5546
Email: rose@strathmoretimes.com “Keeping your numbers in order so you
Friday, with free grounds admission and Strathmore Stampede … we can’t wait to
can relax, that’s our job”
$15 rodeo tickets as well as Champion- host you here.
April 12, 2019 • Strathmore TIMES • Page 21
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CLASSIFIEDS
NOTICES COMING EVENTS HELP WANTED The Royal Canadian HELP WANTED
Legion, Strathmore
Western IrrIgatIon DIstrIct
Part Time Branch #10, requires a VILLAGE OF ROCKYFORD
Box 2372, 105 - 900 Pine road, strathmore, aB t1P 1K3 Help Required PART-TIME
FORM
FORM 5 5
Irrigation Districts Act Housekeeping and BOOKKEEPER Temporary Summer Employment
Irrigation Districts Act (Section 85/86) Must be knowledgeable
(Section 85/86)
some driving. in QuickBooks and
(Student)
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO CHANGE
15 miles east of payroll. Numeration and
THE AREA OF AN IRRIGATION DISTRICT The Village of Rockyford is now accepting
TOTAKE CHANGE THE AREA OF
NOTE that applications have been received by Strathmore on details to be discussed. applications for 2 summer student positions.
AN IRRIGATION DISTRICT
the Western Irrigation District to change the area of the District.
Highway #1. Bring your resume to
Applications to remove parcels consist of: 1) Public Works Assistant – (40 hours/week)
TAKE NOTE that applications have Call the Legion bar, Attention
• This person will be working outdoors
Dennis Arnold, Private
been received by the 403-734-3430 and Confidential. performing duties such as mowing,
weed-eating, pothole filling, etc.
Western Irrigation District
• This person will be required to have a
to change the area of the District.
Thursday, April 18, 2019 • 6:00 pm HELP WANTED valid driver’s license and able to operate small
machinery such as a mower and/or small
Applications to ADD parcels that consist of: Strathmore Family Centre tractor as well as perform daily equipment
Name of Number of Legal Land Hi-Standard Spraying checks.
Landowner Irrigation Acres Description Door Prizes and 50/50 is looking for seasonal workers. • Must be returning to school in the fall of
2019.
Admission $5/person. Spray Truck Operators (class 5 license)
Praeker Farms Ltd. 18 4;23;24;5;SE
Any person wishing to complain is required to submit a written complaint to the
Western Irrigation District at Box 2372 105-900 Pine Road, Strathmore, Alberta,
T1P 1K3 within 30 days after the date of the publication of this notice.
10 and under free STRATHMORE
TIMES Wages negotiable (depends on experience). 2) Office Assistant – (35 hours/week)
• This person will be responsible for data
Fairwest Farms Ltd. Jim Webber,
90P. Eng. 4;22;23;3;SE entry, answering phones, filing and other office
General Manager Send resumé by email to
Western Irrigation District related duties.
laycock@cciwireless.ca, fax to 403-677-2227 • The ideal candidate will have experience
Jackie Elmer & 40 4;22;24; 12;NW
or contact Glenn Laycock at 403-321-0272, with Microsoft Office and have general
Janice Marie Jensen
Wheatland Lodge Annual Deb at 403-677-2226 administration abilities.

Any person wishing to complain is required to submit Spring Tea & • Strong customer service skills are also
beneficial.

Bake Sale
a written complaint to the Western Irrigation District at • Must be returning to school in the fall of
Box 2372 105-900 Pine Road, Strathmore, Alberta, T1P
Strathmore Station
2019.
1K3 within 30 days after the date of the publication of Restaurant & Pub
this notice. David McAllister, P. Eng, MSc, MBA Saturday, May 4th has full and part time
positions available for:
Please apply with resume to the
Rockyford Village Office at
General Manager
2:00-4:00 pm 110 Main Street, Rockyford, AB;
Western Irrigation District
$3 admission fee Pub & Restaurant fax it to (403) 533-3744;

SERVERS
e-mail it to village@rockyford.ca or
There will be: mail it to Box 294 Rockyford, AB T0J 2R0.

Shopping Bus Notice of Annual Silent Auction • Bake Sale Must be over 18 years and have ProServe, Deadline for applications is May 17, 2019
General Meeting (A.G.M) Craft Sale • 50/50 Draw REELfacts within 30 days of hire
at 4:00 p.m.

(Wheatland Seniors Transportation Society) Door Prizes $15/hr We thank all applicants, but will only be contacting
Experience preferred, those chosen for an interview.
The AGM of the Wheatland Seniors Come Out and Join Us!
Transportation Society (The Shopping Bus) but will train suitable candidates
will be held on Wednesday April 17th in the
meeting room of the Co-op Grocery Store
at 1:30 P.M. All are welcome. ROCKYFORD LADIES
Please apply with resume in person to
Peter or Joanne Mon-Fri 11am-4pm
Like Us
We need your support.
SPRING GALA @ 380 Ridge Road, Strathmore on Facebook!
SCHEDULE FOR 2019 “Celebrating 100 Years of Fashion”
May 14: Southcentre Mall Join us on May 11, 2019 TENDER
June 11: Market Mall Rockyford Community Hall
July 9: Sunridge Mall
Aug. 13: North Hill Mall
Cocktails 5 PM • Dinner 6 PM
Entertainment to follow with
LAND FOR SALE BY TENDER
Sept. 10: Chinook Mall Sealed tenders will be received by the undersigned until 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 14, 2019, for the
“The Travelling Mabels”
Oct. 8: Market Mall sale of the following deeded and lease lands (which are located south of Spondin):
Nov. 12: Sunridge Mall $50/Ticket
Dec. 3: Cross Iron Mills Parcel A
Tickets can be purchased beginning Deeded:
Dec. 10: Southcenter Mall
April 6th, 2019 contacting: NE 15-33-12-4 - ±160 acres native pasture, dam and dugout, no gas lease
For Seniors 55+ and their caregivers. Laurie Phillips at (403) 533-2415 or NW 15-33-12-4 - ±76 acres native pasture/grassland/slough, ±84 acres cultivated
Please note that the bus IS NOT by email at phillips255a@gmail.com - dam and water rights, gas lease (currently $2,345.00 annually)
wheelchair accessible.
SW 15-33-12-4 - ±90 acres cultivate, ±70 acres native pasture/grassland/slough
FEE: $25 RETURN DRESS IN YOUR FAVORITE ERA! - gas lease (currently $2,780.00 annually)
To ride the bus you DO NOT Leased:
have to belong to a Senior’s Club. NW 10-33-12-4 - ±160 acres native pasture, dugout, gas lease (currently $1,500.00 annually)
To book a ride phone:
COMING EVENTS HELP WANTED
For Rockyford: Frances 403.677.2278 or FIREARMS WANTED FOR INTERESTED IN the Commu- Parcel B (all deeded)
Corinne 403.934.0015 Pickup time 8:00 AM April 27, 2019 Live & Online nity Newspaper business? SE 10-33-12-4 - ±160 acres native pasture, large dugout, gas lease (currently $3,200.00 annually)
For Standard: Joan 403.644.3860 or Auction: Rifles, Shotguns, Alberta’s weekly newspa- NE 3-33-12-4 - ±100 acres native pasture, ±60 acres cultivated
Handguns, Militaria. Auction pers are looking for people - dugout, gas lease (currently $2,595 annually)
Corinne 403.934.0015 Pickup time 8:30 AM or Purchase: Collections, Es-
For Strathmore: Phyl 403.934.2589 or
like you. Post your resume SE 3-33-12-4 - ±160 acres hay/crested wheat/alfalfa mix, gas lease (currently $2,880.00 annually)
tates, Individual items. Con- online. FREE. Visit: www.
Ruth 403.934.3106 Pickup time 8:45 AM tact Paul, Switzer’s Auction. awna.com/resumes_add.
The bus leaves the malls at 3:00 p.m Toll-Free 1-800-694-2609,
Parcel C (all deeded)
php.
info@switzersauction.com NE 7-33-12-4 - ±120 acres hay/crested wheat/alfalfa mix, ±40 acres native grass
If you require a ride to get to the shopping bus or www.switzersauction.
please let Phyl know when booking your ride. GET YOUR
com. CLASSIFIED ADS IN! Tenders on the above lands must be accompanied by a bank draft or certified cheque in favor
of “SMITH & HERSEY AGRIBUSINESS LAW” for FIVE (5%) PERCENT of the tender price, as a
deposit. The deposit will be returned if the tender is not accepted. If a tender is accepted and
WORK WANTED the tenderer does not proceed with the sale, the deposit of the tenderer will be forfeited to the
COMING EVENTS owner of the lands. Tenders may be for all Parcels or individual Parcels, but not partial Parcels.
Looking for summer employment The balance of the tender price will be payable on or before June 14, 2019. Early possession will
be considered if requested. Each of the owner and the successful tenderer will be responsible
SEEKING CHILDCARE
80th POSITION IN
for their own legal fees. All registration costs will be paid by the successful tenderer. Gas
lease annual compensation with be adjusted between the parties as of June 14, 2019. Each

Birthday STRATHMORE
tenderer must understand that a tender is an unconditional offer to purchase the lands set out
in the tender. Tenderers must rely on their own research of the lands, and the undersigned and

Party for Have HCA certificate and


the owner make no warranties or representations in regard to the lands.

CPR qualifications. Love children.


Hank
The owner has complete discretion whether to accept the highest or any tender. Further
Available April 15 to September 1. inquiries into the above lands can be made by contacting either Doug Elder (403.854.6550) or

Kooistra
Donald/Norma Quast (403.854.2206) by phone or text. Tenders shall be sealed in an envelope
Please call Hayven 403-334-3723 marked “LAND TENDER - SPONDIN” and may be faxed, delivered, e-mailed or mailed to:

Attention: Simon J. Hersey, Smith & Hersey Agribusiness Law, Barristers and Solicitors
April 14, 2019
2 – 5 p.m. GET YOUR CLASSIFIED ADS Unit #104, Westside Common
2201 Box Springs Boulevard NW Medicine
or 112B – 2nd Avenue West
PO Box 220
Carseland Community Hall IN THE TIMES! Hat, AB T1C 0C8 Hanna, AB T0J 1P0
in the Seniors’ Room Fax: (403) 527-0577 (open Mondays and Tuesdays)
No gifts please Call 403-934-5589 E-mail: dallas@smithhersey.com
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HELP WANTED LIVESTOCK FEED AND SEED BUSINESS OPP MISC RENTALS RENTALS
RED and BLACK ANGUS BLANKET THE PROVINCE TROUBLE WALKING? Hip or GET UP TO $50,000 from LARGE HOUSE FOR RENT. 4 CHINOOK III. 1 bdrm or 2
# 2, 219 – 3rd Ave BULLS. Yearlings and 2-year- with a classified ad. Only knee replacement, or con- the Government of Canada. BDRM + 2 Bath on an acre- bdrm. ½ month rent free
Strathmore, Alberta olds. Semen tested and de- $269 (based on 25 words or ditions causing restrictions Do you or someone you age 20 minutes West of Cal- with a six month lease. Heat
livered. Call Mardy Skibsted less). Reach over 100 weekly in daily activities? $2,500 know have any of these gary. Access on Highway 1. & water included. No pets.
T1P 1K1
403-934-2571. newspapers. Call NOW for tax credit. $40,000 refund conditions? ADHD, Anxiety, $2,500/mo incl. utilities. Pets Please call for availability.
PART TIME POSITION details 1-800-282-6903 ext cheque/rebates. Disability Arthritis, Asthma, Cancer, OK. Call 778-257-8351. Call Keli 403-324-2944.
for a busy veterinary clinic. Reception SIMMENTAL BULLS FOR 200; www.awna.com. Tax Credit. 1-844-453-5372. COPD, Depression, Diabe-
tes, Difficulty walking, Fi- QUIET CRYSTAL RIDGE COVE:
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Upper floor, 2 BDRM Apt. NP/
$490/mo Cozy 1 BDRM
a team atmosphere with co-workers. lings. Hidden Stone Farm. 3 X 4 BIG SQUARE BALES
of straw barley and wheat
AUCTIONS bromyalgia, Irritable Bowels,
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APARTMENT IN BASSANO,
AB. New full kitchen, good
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Experience and comfortable working approximately 500 bales of FARMLAND - Thorhild, AB. ing...and hundreds more. All er/dryer. $900/mo + $900 sized bath & bedroom, new
with animals is an asset. each. Call 780-504-3170 or Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers ages and medical conditions S.D. Utilities not incl. Call paint, clean and bright. Incl.
SIMMENTAL BULLS. Red 780-942-3170. Unreserved Auction, May 1 qualify. Call The Benefits 403-934-4769.
Please apply via Fax 403-934-3513 or utilities + wifi. Walk to gro-
+ Black. Semen Tested + in Edmonton. 159.88 +/- Program 1-800-211-3550 ceries, pharmacy, bank and
email sevickvet@telus.net Delivered. Call Deeg Sim- FORAGE SEED FOR SALE: Or- Title Acres, $2900 Surface or send a text message with LANGDON. BRIGHT 2 BDRM
hospital. Call Kyle 403-630-
mental 403-934-4191 or ganic & conventional: Sweet Lease Revenue. Jerry Hodge: your name and mailing ad- SUITE. Balcony, laundry fa-
4182.
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mature adult. $950/mo incl.
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Community Futures Wild Rose requires a summer HELP WANTED - Cremona, AB. Ritchie Bros. opportunities? Be embar- HOME near Strathmore. 2
23’X25’ double garage for
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Leasing Team:
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at over 55 Distributors. 40 Ph: 780-853-2611 or 780-
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