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Premier announces
Fair Deal Panel
with a $650,000
price tag
Times Contributor
Novice tourney
On Nov. 9, during a speech at the Manning
Page 12 Centre’s What’s Next? conference, Premier Ja-
son Kenney announced the creation of its fifth
panel this year: the Fair Deal Panel.
Panel members include former Reform Par-
ty leader Preston Manning, former Progressive
Conservative MLA Donna Kennedy-Glans, for-
mer Alberta Innovates CEO Stephen Lougheed,
Oryssia Lennie, former Alberta Regional Chief
of the Assembly of First Nations Jason Good-
striker, University of Alberta Associate Law Pro-
fessor Dr. Moin Yahya, and current UCP MLAs
Kings play 3 in 3 days Drew Barnes (Cypress-Medicine Hat), Miranda
Rosin (Banff-Kananaskis) and Tany Yao (Fort
McMurray-Wood Buffalo).
“Alberta has been by far the biggest contrib-
Offering IV Sedation uting province to Canada in recent decades,
and a huge engine for jobs and growth,” Ken-
Dr. Ashkan Hamzehi DDS
Dr. Arzy Kafrouny DDS ney said.
Dr. Sharif Faizi DMD Similar to Wheatland County Councillor Ja-
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son Wilson’s proposal of Alberta First policies,
100 Ranch Market, Unit 105F the Fair Deal Panel will consider the benefits,
Strathmore, AB 403.934.5292 and hopefully the costs, of Alberta collecting
and distributing its own federal taxes, changing
to an Alberta Pension Plan, creating a provin-
cial police force, and requiring municipalities
to have provincial approval before entering
into contracts with the federal government.
“I want to thank Jason Kenney for moving to
assert itself in Confederation,” said Wilson, “but
there still needs to be action on provincial im-
migration and senate reform. I will continue to
push for a referendum on equalization reform
sooner than Oct. 18, 2021.”
Look on Pages 2 & 16 for Alberta, whose median personal income is
Town of Strathmore the highest in the country at $70,300 (2017), is
a larger contributor through personal income
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tax, but has fallen recently in exports, which
are a large portion of the province’s contribu-
We Remember
Hundreds of people gathered at the Strathmore Civic Centre on Remembrance Day Nov.
403.934.5589 tion to Canada’s GDP. Ontario is the largest net
contributor of exports with Quebec surpassing
11 for the traditional ceremony that included speeches, pinning of poppies to a cenotaph, a wreath laying ceremony and two minutes of silence. F/Sgt. Jarred Eisbrenner sets wreaths
Alberta in 2017. Alberta’s exports (all indus- aside during the Laying of the Wreaths. See Page 3 for more coverage. tries) were highest in 2014. Martin Eisbrenner Photo
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“Providing Support to Low Income Senior Property Owners”

To apply please go to FCSS located at 116 3rd Ave.
Next Regular For more information call 403-934-9090.
Council Meeting: What To Bring When You Apply:
Copy of current property tax statement; Applicants Annual gross household income is
Nov. 20th, 2019 
 Copy of 2018 Personal Income Tax Notice of

the same as or less than the income thresholds
Assessment; set by the Government of Alberta based on
 Government issued picture ID, i.e. drivers line 150 of the tax year notice of assessment;
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November 30th, 2019 of the tax year being
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Dec 11th, 2019  Applicant must reside in the home. applied for. Applications will not be accepted
past this date.

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November 29th from 6:30-10:00pm.
If you, or someone you know is receiving
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or will be receiving it soon, this information Serving Seniors 65+ and Persons with Disabilities

session is for you. 6:00 am to 6:00 pm Monday to Friday

Phone 403-934-3418

With winter coming, please ensure snow and ice are removed
from your sidewalk and ramps before the Handi-Bus arrives for
your trip.

Snow Angels is a volunteer based program to help those


who are unable to remove snow and ice from their

property themselves.
For more information on the program or to get a yard
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November 15-21, 2019

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Alberta MPs to assist farmers

• Call on the government to make ag-
riculture relief programs more respon-
sive to farmers in need and remove ar-
FROM THE OFFICE OF MARTIN SHIELDS farmers following a harvest significantly hindered by adverse bitrary boundaries in determining tax
weather conditions. relief and benefits;
Alberta Members of Parliament have met to assist farmers “We’re committed to working with our provincial counter- • Call on the government to aggres-
struggling with harvest hindered by early snow. parts and the Ministers of Agriculture to ensure farmers make sively work to reopen the Chinese mar-
Martin Shields, Member of Parliament for Bow River, met it through this crisis.” ket for Canadian canola; and
with colleagues from Alberta to address the crisis facing Shields and his colleagues have committed to immediately • Call on the government to halt its
act on the following measures: plan to impose the carbon tax in Al-
• Meet with Alberta government counterparts to collaborate berta. These additional costs for natu-

Pass the Salt on solutions to assist;

• Demand that the Trudeau Liberals immediately complete
the Business Risk Management Review promised two and a
ral gas and fuel, used for drying crops
and transportation, will cause additional
harm to struggling farm families.
half years ago, as requested by industry and stakeholders; “This is a growing crisis that puts the
Thanksgiving has past. Our them to go and present
stability and future of our agricultural
tummies are full of turkey themselves to the priest. sector at risk,” Shields said. “The finan-

Town Council
and pumpkin pie. We’ve You went to the priest when cial strain of this developing crisis could
experienced abundance you were healed, so he jeopardize the financial stability for
and expressed our gratitude could pronounce you clean, many farm families and has the poten-
for it. Time to move on to
Halloween. Not so fast – is
and you could again join
society. All ten hurried off in Brief tial to impact the mental health of strug-
gling farmers in our communities. The
it too much to suggest that to the priest. On the way WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2019 federal government must act quickly to
the secret to a good life one noticed he was healed Information from Strathmore Town Council Regular Meeting respond to the real struggles of impact-
and the heart of our faith is and returned to Jesus, to ed farm families.
contained in this one word: offer praise to God and Two public hearings were held on the evening of Nov. “The Prime Minister’s delay to appoint
his gratitude to Jesus for 6 at town council; the first on rezoning land use to build his cabinet creates even more uncer-
a crematorium and the second, a request for rezoning tainty for our farmers. Parliament must
There were ten men, healing him. Jesus said that
to accommodate secondary suites in Wildflower Ranch. be reconvened in the coming weeks to
all suffering from a skin his gratitude had saved him. address this crisis and the pressing con-
While the presentation on the proposed crematorium
disease. Because of this All ten were healed, but cerns of Canadians.”
was comprehensive, council decided to defer a decision
they were considered only one made whole. (Luke to December’s meeting so they could have more time to Farmers feeling the strain of this crisis
ritually unclean which 17:11-19) study the potential benefits and issues. or living with depression are encour-
meant they could not If we open our eyes to our * * * aged to call the Mental Health Hotline
participate in the Temple blessings – available health Secondary suites received approval after a timely first, at 1-877-303-2642 or visit their website
services and rituals at the care, education options, second and third reading. (
centre of their faith. Not recreation opportunities, * * *
able to practice their faith
also meant they could not
houses with power and heat
… a pond full of swans.
Council, at the behest of the Sustainability Committee,
will be drafting a letter to send to the provincial environ- Fair deal
be part of their community. We all enjoy much mercy. ment minister regarding recycling programs and costs. Continued from Page 1

They were alone, Be the one to return, offer The committee requests the ministry amend the legisla-
tion to allow municipalities to change recycling fees. “Albertans aren’t asking for a special
abandoned, and desperate. thanks and gratitude to the
* * * deal,” the Premier claimed, “we’re just
When they realized Jesus Giver of all good things, and Councillor Lorraine Bauer flirted with proposing a mo- asking for a fair deal.”
was coming by, they called you will be made whole. tion for council to investigate whether a licence or per- Kenney said the government of Al-
out for mercy and asked Rev. Pamela Scott mit should be required for AirBnB’s and other short-term berta will open provincial offices in
he heal them. Jesus told Strathmore United Church rentals. Council did not have time to properly debate the British Columbia, Ottawa and Quebec
motion before 10:30 p.m. and the matter was postponed “to defend the province’s interests.”
until next meeting. Cost projections have not yet been re-
Complete minutes from council meetings can be found leased.
105 Main St. Carseland Holy Cross Collegiate School Gym at once they have been adopted. Under Premier Ralph Klein, the
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Leela Sharon Aheer, MLA
Are you a patriot? Chestermere-Strathmore
To the Editor than ever before as well as pre-cooked, no need to STRATHMORE OFFICE:
Words such as “patriot” are resurfacing these days think anymore opinions, the need to critically reflect 403-962-0126
with all the talk surrounding a possible separation, Al- on where we are as a nation, where we are heading 129 Second Avenue
berta First sentiment and especially on Remembrance and what we are told to believe has rarely been that Tuesday-Thursday
Day. Before we go any further, thank you to all the important. Slowly but surely becoming strangers in our 10 AM – 3 PM
veterans for all you did for us. But what does it mean own home with our heritage and values being discard- MAILING ADDRESS:
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attached and devoted to his or her country, its culture, take back the wheel as our ship has never been that far
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values and origins; someone not afraid to take a stand away from the lighthouse.
against invaders when he or she feels that the home- Having said that, thank you again to all veterans, Other times and meetings in
land is in danger and who will, when deemed neces- also known as patriots, for all the sacrifices you have Chestermere by appointment.
sary, fight for his or her country. made for us. Although many may have forgotten what Langdon Office Opening Soon!
Living in a world openly being pushed towards glo- you did, we patriots never will. God forbid that it ever
balism and in which questioning the path we’re on happens again; but if it is someday necessary, let’s Chestermere.Strathmore@
and so-called progressivism has somehow become un- hope that we will be as courageous as you have been.
acceptable, we more than in a very long time need Are you a patriot?
patriots to take a stand for the homeland. Also living Simon-Pierre Caron
in a time where we are fed with more entertainment Wheatland County

Equal compensation and leadership

To the Editor awaiting a reply.
The UCP are stating that cost reductions in the pub- It’s worth noting these amounts don’t include ex-
lic services sector are needed to be more in line with penses or benefits and that there are 87 MLA seats.
other provinces. Given our elected officials fall into A word on the cuts affecting education. Any compa-
this category I asked our MLA to please explain why, ny will tell you that people are their most valuable as-
despite taking a five per cent cut in August to an Al- set. So, what is the sense in making it more difficult to
berta MLA salary from $127,296 to $120,936, they are afford a good education? What kind of student will be
still the highest paid across Canada? pushed through the system due to cost increases and
This internet inquiry search also shows that the next increased class sizes from K to 12? For post-secondary
highest compensation for this position is Ontario at students that now can’t afford to go, what help is that
$116,550, a $4,386 difference and the lowest being the in filling in the tech sector that the government is say-
Yukon at $43,375, a difference of $77,561. ing it needs to do? I as well as most people get that we
In review of all MLA salaries across Canada, the av- can’t live beyond our means. However, in trying to bal-
erage works out to be approximately $85,000, a dif- ance the books in a short period of time when it took
ference of $36,000 or 42 per cent when compared to decades to get here is short-term thinking with long-
Alberta. Is there something more an MLA does here term consequences in supporting the higher costs of
than any other MLA would do across Canada that is social programs for the uneducated and jobless coming
different in justifying the extra cost? our way. The Heritage Fund was set up to support Al-
If the intention of the cut in August was to demon- bertans for a rainy day – is it raining yet?
strate lead by example, then why the difference in not Got concerns? Then get involved, take up the invite
being in line with other provinces that this government from your MLA and contact them, they work for you.
is justifying why others in the service sector are to do? Dennis Bigras
I sent this question to our MLA a few weeks ago, still Wheatland County

Response to county resolution

To the Editor Infrastructure costs. Services costs. Taxes are the way
The following headline garnered my attention, pri- governments obtain revenue. Unfortunately, Wheat-
marily because it is about the municipality I live in: land County council is sidestepping their responsibility
“Wheatland County in southern Alberta passed a reso- in addressing the problem with the above-mentioned
lution on Tuesday demanding changes in confedera- resolution.
tion – that if rejected by Ottawa – would trigger a ref- Are Mr. Wilson’s partisan politics influencing his
erendum on Alberta’s independence.” judgment and behaviour? The fact remains the unani-
This group of officials, who are to be operating in mous decision raises concerns about whether council
a nonpartisan manner, overstepped the role to which is nonpartisan in their politics. Furthermore, the deci-
they were elected, which is to set the overall direction sion is not reflective of the entire population of the
of the municipality through their role as policymak- county or those residing within or beside us. When we
ers. The policies council sets are the guidelines for ad- encounter challenges and blame others for those situa-
ministration to follow as it does the job of running a tions, it is reminiscent of children not getting what they
municipality. want and acting out.
Each of us is entitled to an opinion and perspective. Alberta’s plight is curable. The wealth, fiscal capacity
Hopefully, they are made after thoughtful consider- and economic tools are available to address the down-
ation. I do not believe it is the role of those serving at turn in the economy and a rise in unemployment. Un-
the municipal level to shape either provincial or fed- fortunately, the current UCP government chooses not
eral policy. Their priorities should be about creating to use those tools.
the best solutions addressing local issues. Blaming others for the situations we find ourselves
Recent announcements in Alberta’s UCP budget in, instead of accepting responsibility and creating so-
mean less money is going to municipalities. This is an lutions, is not leadership.
issue pertinent to council. Unfortunately, ratepayers
pick up the tab as politicians posture for power and Marcy Field
position. Wheatland County

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New Sizes
Arrival Vary Rebecca Rowan with Chinook Financial helped deliver Junior Achievement’s Dollars with Sense pro-
gram to Grade 7 students at CMJHS on Nov. 6.
Photo Courtesy of Lindsay Desrosiers

Students learn
Carpet Hurry in financial literacy
Times Editor
“This is why it is so important to edu-
cate our youth as they are approaching
the age where they will be getting their
Ends Selection It’s well known that Canadian person-
al debt is at a record high, and Canadian
first job and earning their own money,”
she added. “Teaching them from an ear-
youth are growing up in a time in which ly age how to properly budget and plan
spending is easier than ever and debt is for their future, will only have positive
a way of life. effects that will last a lifetime.”
But help is available for today’s youth. Youth – and adults – have several op-

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Junior Achievement Southern Alberta tions available to ensure they under-
( JASA) helps youth become financially stand finances.
literate with their Dollars with Sense “They can participate in JA programs

Up to
program. On Nov. 6, close to 200 Grade and encourage their school admin to
7 students at Crowther Memorial Junior book JA programs in their schools,” said
High School participated in the pro- Desrosiers. “They can create a monthly

Starting at $50 and up gram.

Lindsay Desrosiers, JASA’s regional
budget to ensure they are not spend-
ing more than they are bringing in. Par-
coordinator for the southeast prairie re- ents can open savings accounts for their
42A Spruce Park Drive, Strathmore, Alberta | 403-934-4954 gion, recruits volunteers from the local children and teach them the importance
business and financial sector to teach JA of saving and also invest in a RESP to programs in the classroom. save for their children’s education. And
“This year, we had employees from finally, they can talk to a local profes-
RBC, Chinook Financial, TD and Remax sional to help them understand their
REPs Group who educated our students current finances and to create a long-
in financial literacy,” she said. term financial plan based on their fu-
Through JA Canada’s newly updated ture goals.”
Dollars with Sense program, Desrosiers Other JA programs running in No-
said students get the tools they need vember include the new More than
Sacred Heart Parish extends a huge THANK YOU to all the following to make smart financial decisions, live Money program for Grade 4 students
businesses and people who donated to our successful Auction & Dinner Fundraiser debt-free and become savvy investors. that teaches students about earning,
on November 2, 2019: Students learn spending, sharing and saving money;
Karen & Joe Gregory, Cattleland Feedyards Ltd.; Eagle Lake Nurseries Ltd., Anita Heuver; personal money management skills and the Our Business World program
Stephan Lecavalier; PCL Construction, Graeme Kerr; Magnum Cementing, Brand Beekman; that they can apply to their lives, begin- for Grade 5 students that explores how
Gregory, Harriman & Associates LLP, John Gauvin; Lynn & Marc Doucet Maguet; Dorothy ning now. businesses are created and what makes
Bodeux; Gerald & Angie Wolper; Shawna Lowe Loftus; The Council of the Town of “JA Southern Alberta’s mission is them thrive.
Strathmore; Christ The Redeemer School Division; The Staff at Sacred Heart Academy to inspire and prepare young people “This year, we are also very excited
School; The Staff at Holy Cross Collegiate School; Weir Auto Solutions, Bernie & Jacki Weir; to succeed in a global economy,” said to offer students in Grades 5-7 the op-
Mike & Nettie Hendricks; Ryan Schmidt & Heather Hume; Wheatland Funeral Home Ltd., Desrosiers. “JA programs produce more portunity to become entrepreneurs
Francis & Lynn Van Bussel; Paul & Sandy O’Leary; Naomi Graff; Katie Jalbert; Joy Lorraine financially literate graduates who save through our A Business of our Own
Jorgensen; Bill & Mary Hendricks; The Strathmore Times, Mario Prusina; Mike & Melissa more and borrow less than the average program,” said Desrosiers. “Students
O’Brien; Carol & Brian Jankosky; Angela & Daryl Helfrich; Robert & Katrina Dixon; Ray & Canadian; and, Junior Achievers them- will create their own product to sell at
Dianne Van Bavel; Paulette Chotowetz; Strathmore Veterinary Clinic; FYI Doctors Strathmore, selves believe JA to be the driving force a year-end market in Strathmore. JASA
Dr. Anderson; Rita Sweere; Leo & Celine Helfrich; Jim & Joan Chisholm; Vivian & Ivan behind their heightened financial liter- has partnered with Community Futures
MacCallum; Joe & Patti Van Bavel; Canadian Tire, Michael Tourond; Ray Kerpan; Strathmore acy skills of budgeting, long term plan- Wild Rose who will provide students
Value Drug Mart; Pius & Helen Sauverwald; Strathmore Florist, Brian Code; Howard & Laurie ning and investing.” with micro loans to create their product
Keeler; Praeker Farms, Herman & Barb Praeker; Serge Lacroix; Strathmore Dental Centre, Dr. For some time now, Canadians have and the Strathmore Chamber of Com-
Hugh Kennedy; Vic & Jen Meyer; Michele Mathieu; John & Agnes Dejong; Renee & Steve been carrying high levels of personal merce who will be providing all the in-
Terry Dubourdieu; Dana Muenchrath; Melissa & Brent Wiley; Paula Beekman, Next Kids; debt combined with low levels of sav- classroom volunteer support through-
Courtney Jennings; Crystal Ridge Dental Centre; Bill & Vera Hermanson; Sarah Goodfellow; ings. People know saving is important, out the school year.”
Hob’s Hobbies, John Hilton O’Brien; Strathmore Station; Roadhouse Restaurant; Shirley but the reality is many don’t make it a For more information about Junior
Knudsen; Krista Van Verdegem; Geordies Goodies, Geordie Praeker; Mardelle Bazant; Sole priority,” noted Desrosiers. Achievement and its programs, visit
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time and talent to help make this event a success.
Special Thanks to: Auctioneer Mason Cockx and all the volunteers who came with him,
Deborah Cockx, Conrad Delorme, Cam & Brenda Wright and Fred & Marilyn Rappel; REALTY HORIZON
thank you for donating your expertise, time and talent. Alisa Wurz
To everyone who volunteered and participated in supporting (403)934-7903
our Auction & Dinner Fundraiser
November 15, 2019 • Strathmore TIMES • Page 7

Operation Christmas
Child 2019 kicks off
JANET KANTERS shipping and other program
Times Editor costs, Samaritan’s Purse is
able to deliver the boxes to
Canada’s 2019 Operation children around the world
Christmas Child shoebox col- living in the midst of poverty,
lection season has started, disease, war and natural di-
and thousands of individuals, saster. Strathmore RCMP is
families, churches, business- Last year, the Strathmore investigating the Theft of
es, sports teams and commu- collection centre received
nity groups are busy packing a total of 818 boxes to add
Children in Costa Rica investigating the contents of their Canadian-packed a Truck that took place on
Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes last year.
shoeboxes with toys, school to Alberta’s contribution of
Photo Courtesy of Frank King
October 20th, 2019.
supplies and hygiene items, 113,169 shoeboxes. This The truck is described as a
plus personal notes and pho- was added to the more than fer hope and joy to children First Ave. Days and hours of
tos. 517,000 shoeboxes with gifts in some of the most impov- operation during next week’s red 2015 Dodge Ram 3500 with
Operation Christmas Child that shared love and hope erished parts of the world,” National Shoebox Collection licence plate L27703.
is an annual initiative of Sa- with struggling children said Randy Crosson, direc- Week: Nov. 19 – 9:30 a.m. to
maritan’s Purse, an interna- in West Africa and Central tor of Operation Christmas 3 p.m.; Nov. 20 – 9:30 a.m.
tional Christian relief orga- America. Since 1993, Opera- Child. “Please consider pack- to 3 p.m. and 7-9 p.m.; Nov. If you have any information
nization that works in more tion Christmas Child has col- ing just one more box to in- 21 – 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Nov. that could help locate this
than 100 countries. lected and distributed more crease the impact you and 22 – 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Nov.
Thanks to all the items than 167 million shoebox Operation Christmas Child 23 – 9 a.m. to noon.
truck, please contact the
that Canadians put in their gifts in over 100 countries. will have this season.” People can also pack box- Strathmore RCMP. File:
shoeboxes, and the $10-per- “Every shoebox packed by The Operation Christmas es online at 20191613166.
box they donate to cover Canadians enables us to of- Child shoebox drop-off loca- For suggestions on what
tion in Strathmore is at Strath- to put in shoeboxes, visit Sa-
more Alliance Church, 325 1-800-222-TIPS

Hope Bridges Society celebrates the contribution of the
following organizations and individuals for supporting our
14th annual Artists Among Us Fall Gala and Fundraiser.
We have raised over $7,000.00 for our mission and activities so far.
Contact Rose 403-934-5589
Brass Steps
Our Gala Sponsor, Chinook Financial,
and Friends entertains
to Prevent a Fall
Arts on 817 presented Foothills Brass and Friends - Music of the 40s on
Nov. 9 at Strathmore United Church to a full house. The concert featured a Our performers Duo Grande ( Megan Konschuh & Denis Dufresne); The Kool
Watch your step
wide range of music from jazz to Latin to big band with songs from legends Katz Band ( Geordie Praeker, Darren Larsen, Ryan Boutin, Russell Hiller YOUR WEEKLY
such as Duke Ellington. Photo Courtesy of Carolyn Steeves and Jim Geddes); Kelsey & Aaron Krogman; Jesse Dollimont & T. Buckley;
Adaptive Drumming with Rhonda Bruce; Jenn Beaupre & Lewis Frere; Sing
Your High Note with Jesse Dollimont; Jory Kinjo; Rachel Konschuh with Jaala
Cutbill, Megan Konschuh, & Denis Dufresne; GhostBoy ( Denis Dufresne
& Aaron Young); Our emcee David Snider & Rosebud Performers ( Terra
Harper, Janet Kundert, Gregory Schantz , Jeany Snider).
Gord Morck
Our volunteers Wheatland Funeral Home, Janice Lynn Photography, Sheila Pharmacist
Konschuh, Joanne Weir, Connie Kopp, Barb Praeker, Brandi Bertamini,
Wanda Reinholdt, Rod Petersen, Jason Bobee, Shelley Nicholas, Brandi Capsule Comments
Bobee, Linda Ray, Sally Carlson, Megan Fachini, Amber Muenchrath, Saoirse
Laveck, Ayaka Morozumi, Rod Pfeifer, John Reinholdt, Jim Bob Geddes, Vitamin D has enjoyed a surge of popularity over
Praeker Family, Rachel Konschuh and Jaala Cutbill, Hope Church, Chinook the past few years. Many of the claims for its use
Financial( Michelle Pederson, Denise Hardon), Bangles Hair Studio & Spa. are valid. However, one claim has been proven false.
Many thought that taking extra vitamin D would
Sincere gratitude to everyone who attended our wonderful event and have given prevent diabetes. Almost 2500 people were divided
donations. You are important to us and we rely on the generous support of our into groups, one-half taking extra D and the other a
community, which helps us to provide inclusive music and arts opportunities placebo. The incidence of diabetes’s about the same
to all adults in the surrounding area. in each group.
Another popular supplement, ginkgo biloba, was

Wherever you are “Sometimes, only one person is missing thought to help prevent dementia. Being an antiox-
“Sometimes, onlyworld
and the whole one person
seems is missing
idant and anti-inflammatory herb, it looked promis-
ing. But, again, a double-blind, placebo-controlled
“Sometimes, only one person is missing
and the whole world seems empty” study of 3000 men and women who were followed
and the whole world seems empty” for six years showed there was no difference in the

Christmas of Hope
incidence of dementia in the two groups. More work

Christmas of Hope
is being done on this subject.

Christmas of byHope
Liver disease is very common and liver cancer is
currently one of the fastest rising cancers in Canada.

Community Falls Prevention Program a gathering sponsored Many people think, rightly, that liver problems are
caused by drinking too much alcohol or overdosing
a gathering sponsored by
a gatheringFuneral
sponsored byHome
on acetaminophen but there are many other causes.
Some of the symptoms of liver disease include yel-
Wheatland Funeral Home lowing of the skin, nausea, vomiting and loss of ap-

Sunday, DecemberFuneral Home
8, 2019 at 7:00 pm
petite, abdominal tenderness in the area of the liver
(right side), chronic fatigue, itchy skin, dark urine
Sunday, 8, 2019Church
at Strathmore at 7:00 pm and pale or bloody stools. See your doctor if con-
at Strathmore 8, 2019Church
DecemberAlliance at 7:00 pm Blood clots or venous thromboembolism affects
at Strathmore
We acknowledge Alliance
the wonder and Church
the beauty
more than 100,000 Canadians each year causing
10,000 deaths….more than breast cancer. Here’s a
We acknowledge
and the miracle ofthe wonder and
Christmas; but the beauty
along with mnemonic to help remember the warning signs of
Learn How to Prevent a Fall Before It Happens and
We the miracle
acknowledge of Christmas;
the wonder but
that, for many, an “emptiness”. By ouralong
the with
beauty blood clots: Chest pain, Light-headedness, Out of
breath, leg Tenderness, leg Swelling. C-L-O-T-S.
and for
the many,
of “emptiness”.
Christmas; butBy our
coming together, hopefully we can provide with
Thursday, November 21 coming
that, for
each together,
withan hopefully we
the“emptiness”. can
nourishment By provide
of our
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Boob Tour
Comedy Show
Danny Martinello served
up a ton of laughs at the

9th annual Boob Tour

2 nual
Comedy Show on Nov. 1.
The fundraiser, put on by
the Magical Moms, raised
$9,000 for the Alberta
An Cancer Foundation, in-
cluding a $2,500 donation
from Murray Chrysler.
Christine Foshaug Photo

Wheatland County 4-H clubs focus

on leadership development
CHRISTINE FOSHAUG month, depending on their projects and
Times Contributor activities. Members run the meetings.
They elect a president, vice-president,
In support of the November is National 4-H Month and, secretary and treasurer, and learn how
contrary to popular belief, you don’t to make motions, vote and take minutes.
have to live in the country to participate. “I love watching members grow over
Anyone between the ages of nine and 20 their years in 4-H,” said Shelly Neal,
can join, whether they live in the heart leader of the Crowfoot 4-H Multi Club.
of the city, on a sprawling ranch, or any- “From being shy or quiet to develop-
Give the gift of hope where in between. ing their leadership and communication
this holiday season. Wheatland County is home to seven skills from their involvement in the pro-
4-H clubs, offering horse, sheep, heifer, gram. It’s all about learning and individ-
Drop off a new beef and canine animal projects, as well ual growth.”
unwrapped toy by as archery and active living projects. They Neal explained that members must at-
December 7th, 2019 to: are the Arrowwood River Wranglers 4-H tend 70 per cent of club activities, com-
Horse, Cheadle 4-H Club, Crowfoot 4-H plete a communication project, complete
105a, 100 Ranch Market Multi Club, Hussar 4-H Club, Rockyford a record book, participate in achieve-
Strathmore, AB 4-H Beef Club, Standard 4-H Club and ment day and complete a community
403-934-5444 Strathmore Rusty Spurs 4-H Horse. service activity. The Crowfoot Multi
“The 30-plus projects 4-H Alberta of- Club helps with the Strathmore United
fers represent a variety of subjects, in- Church thrift sale every year. For their
terests and opportunities,” said Cameron achievement day, which is held in the
Horner, communications specialist with spring, members prepare a display fea-
Looking for gift suggestions? Alberta Agriculture and Forestry. “From turing their projects and invite friends
Please view the toy and book wish list at archery and horticulture to foods and and family to join them for a potluck.
veterinary sciences, there is something For most people, public speaking in-
for everyone.” duces stress, fear and dread. That is not
Projects are just one facet of the pro- the case for young 4-Hers. Fourteen-
gram. In essence, 4-H is a youth leader- year-old Josie Herriot, a member of the
ship development organization that also Crowfoot Multi Club, is in her fifth year
involves club activities, public speaking, of 4-H. She’s taking archery this year,
life skills and community service. The and has done Explore 4-H, sewing and
4-H motto is Learn to Do by Doing, and foods in previous years.
for the Strathmore Rusty Spurs 4-H club, “Public speaking is one of the high-
that means owning and caring for your lights,” she said. “I’ve gotten to go on to
own horse. districts and regionals and have won at
“Our project members learn all as- both. Public speaking will make inter-
pects of working with horses through views easier. 4-H looks good on post-
seven different levels, starting with the secondary applications and there are
basics of riding, safe horse care and also scholarship opportunities. The big-
stable management in levels 1-3,” ex- gest things I’ve taken from 4-H are the
plained club leader Lynn Wolfs. “Once life skills and it has helped me gain the
mastering the basic skills in levels 1-3, confidence needed to succeed.”
they may move on to horsemanship 4-7 The 4-H Alberta club year runs from

immediate Franc
and participate in other varied horse Oct. 1 to Sept. 30, with individual clubs
projects such as reining, jumping or running at varying lengths within that

Opportunity inhise
rodeo. Our club goes to 4-H on Parade time frame. The cost is $120 per mem-
in Calgary and also the Regional Horse ber plus any project, club or district fees,
Show in Red Deer.” which vary from club to club.

Clubs typically meet once or twice a Find out more at

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November 20
Doors @ 6:30 pm

Community Hall
Standard, AB

Cash Bar & Lunch

available for purchase

Aspen Commons opens in Strathmore

Aspen Family and Community Network Society has expanded its footprint in Strathmore with a ribbon cutting on Nov. 1 that
was attended by local officials. Operating as the Hand-in-Hand Parent Link Centre on 2nd Street, the facility recently grew when
the society took over the basement area, doubling its space and allowing the society to offer more programing and the ability to
partner with more agencies in the community. Aspen Commons, as it is dubbed, includes a new therapeutic access room, which
will be used as a teaching space for early childhood education.
Photo Courtesy of Aspen Family and Community Network Society

RSA students present Tickets $15 • Available at the door

Dreams of Kings and Carpenters All proceeds go to Standard rodeo arena fund & Do More Ag

LAUREEN F. GUENTHER lost or broken or hurting or searching for God. Or if they’re

Times Contributor not overtly searching for God, they’re searching for meaning.
They’re searching for healing.”
Dreams of Kings and Carpenters, The title, she said, expresses the idea that God is present
by Ron Reed with music by Allen Des and is speaking to everyone – from King Herod to the Magi,
Noyers, will be performed by Rosebud to Mary and Joseph, to the shepherds, to the Roman soldiers.
School of the Arts students directed by “Our set designer has these wonderful bolts of fabric that
Heather Pattengale, Nov. 28 to Dec. 21. represent beams of light coming down out of the sky and STRATHMORE & WHEATLAND COUNTY
This play retells the Nativity story, touching down on the ground,” Pattengale said. “It’s this idea CHRISTMAS HAMPER SOCIETY
Pattengale said, through a collage of that God is reaching down His fingers to His people, and

f f
songs, scenes, monologues and poems. He’s showing up in people’s dreams, giving them visions,

The cast includes Rosebud School of giving them promises.”

s t
the Arts’ second-year students Emilee Pattengale often acts in Rosebud Theatre productions. This
Nelson, Allison Gordon, Shelly-Ann is her first time directing a production with a multi-member

u s
Morgan and Dexter Degau, as well as cast.

upper-years students Matthew Schaaf, She said being a director includes even more of what she
Amy Pohl, Joel Braun and Shayleigh loves about acting.

Sihlis, offering perspectives from key “When you’re acting, you get to break down a character,
characters like Mary and Joseph, and understand why they’re doing what they’re doing, how they
various minor and fictional characters. relate to other characters,” she said. “When you’re a director,
“It’s fun to have all these people you get to do that for all the characters.”
speak into it, and you get little glimpses She also loves seeing creativity grow exponentially as the
of how their lives are affected, if this
truly is the Messiah,” Pattengale said.
team works together, producing a result that’s better than
anyone could create alone.
Saturday, Nov 23
“It also maybe sheds light on some And she enjoys watching these performers grow.
9 am - 5 pm
of the darker sides of the story that we “(Working in theatre) is a chance to practice working to-
don’t always take a look at,” she added.
“What is it like when Herod had all the
gether creatively as a team,” she said. “It’s a chance to be
generous to your scene partners and set things up so that
Co-op, Sobeys,
children slaughtered? And what is it they shine. It’s a chance to tap into being brave. Walmart and No Frills
like when the person you’re engaged “I encourage people to come out and support these young
to be married to is pregnant, and you people who are … doing that in a very brave way and offer-
know it’s not your child? ing something that I think is quite beautiful.” SCHOOL BUSES WILL BE THERE TO FILL
“We delve into some of these con- Dreams of Kings and Carpenters runs Thursdays to Satur- WITH FOOD & TOYS!
flicts, and the lives of people who are days, Nov. 28 to Dec. 21, at Rosebud’s BMO Studio Stage. For
more information and tickets, call 1-800-267-7553 or go to

the Gap
Gap Make & Take
Christmas Wreath Gifts,
Monday, November 2525 Crafts
1 - 3 pm & More!
Strathmore Library
Hussar Sundowners

be hosting
BTG will be hosting aaChristmas
making workshop
making workshop with

Strathmore Home
Strathmore HomeHardware
•• Most
Most supplies
supplieswill willbe
providedbut butplease
bring your
bring yourownownspecial
glue guns,

Saturday, Nov. 16
•• Registration
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10 am - 4 pm
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Please register
Kay Fraser
Fraser atat 403-787-2261
Making communities smile or Nancy
or with Nancyatat
The Tim Hortons Smile Cookie campaign that
ran this past September raised $10,727 for the
by November
Strathmore Family and Community Support Ser-
vices (FCSS). The amount raised by all three local
Tim Hortons locations was up nearly $3,000 over In partnership with the Hussar Sundowners
In partnership with the Hussar Sundowners
last year, bringing the three year grand total up to
$25,000 raised for FCSS from the Smile Cookie
Bridging Community
the Gap
Grant Growing
Growing Families
Families Society
campaign. the Gap
Grant for East Rural Counties

Photo Courtesy of Tracy Korpi

for East Rural Counties
Page 10 • Strathmore TIMES • November 15, 2019

County Council Strategies announced

in Brief
Information from Wheatland County Council Regular Meeting
to combat rural crime
DEIRDRE MITCHELL-MACLEAN The proposed amendment includes increased
Times Contributor fines and potential prison time for trespassing
A public hearing on an amendment to Bylaw 2019-22
which seeks to formally re-designate +/- 0.29 acres land offences as well as increasing the maximum
use categorization with the parcel of land at SE-7-23- Jason Nixon, Minister of Environment and penalty for lost or damaged property, an amend-
25W4M, from Agricultural General to Country Residential Parks, along with Justice Minister Doug Sch- ment to the Petty Trespass Act to reference spe-
District has been scheduled for Dec. 3, 2019. weitzer and Indigenous Relations Minister Rick cific land-use identification, and an “additional
* * * Wilson, announced new strategies the provin- regulation under the Animal Health Act to create
On Dec. 17, residents can speak to an amendment to cialgovernment will take to help tackle rural offences and penalties for people who enter ag-
Bylaw 2019-26 which seeks to re-designate +/- 2.27 acres crime issues. ricultural operations.”
within SW-2-24-26-W4M from Agricultural General District One of the strongest complaints at the Rural On Nov. 5, the Alberta government proclaimed
to Country Residential District. Crime Town Hall held in the Scrap Metal Dealers and
* * * Cheadle in September was a Recyclers Identification Act
Wheatland County AGM will be held at the Rockyford lack of police presence. to make it “more difficult for
Community Centre in March. Council agreed to an evening The announcement on criminals to monetize sto-
meeting on March 31, 2020 at 7 p.m. Nov. 6 addressed this com- len material by selling it for
* * * plaint by expanding au- Theft has scrap.” The legislation was in-
thorities and roles for gov- troduced in 2012 but had not
The Canadian Pacific Holiday Train is stopping in Glei-
ernment of Alberta peace a real, been enacted into law.
chen again this year. Festivities are being scheduled to
start at 6 p.m. and the train is arriving at 9:40 p.m. on officers. Currently, Fish and
Wildlife Enforcement, Com-
direct cost Tim Dromarsky, general
Wednesday, Dec. 18. manager of Strathmore Ford,
* * * mercial Vehicle Enforce- to businesses said thefts of metal parts from
Council voted to consider adopting Feb. 1, 2020 as RCMP ment and Alberta Sheriffs their lot vehicles has been a
Recognition Day. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police ser- have around 400 officers real problem in the past.
vice was formed on Feb. 1, 1920, as a Canadian amalgama- who could potentially assist “Theft has a real, direct cost
tion of the North West Mounted Police service. local RCMP in responding to businesses,” Dromarsky
* * * to calls for police assistance. said. “We were forced to hire
Council defeated a motion to support Gleichen Commu- “This is an issue that af- a private security company to
fects many,” Nixon said. Tim Dromarsky monitor our inventory.
nity Association in acquiring a building associated with the
former Gleichen school. “Our government is taking “The days of vehicles get-
* * * immediate steps to make ting stolen for joy rides are
Division 1 councillor Jason Wilson proposed the “Alberta sure everyone feels safe and secure in their long over; in most cases the vehicle themselves
First Resolution” which was adopted in principal by coun- homes and communities.” remain while valuable parts are cut from them,”
cil. The resolution will be taken to the Rural Municipalities The peace officers will need additional train- he added. “We’ve also begun to etch our inven-
of Alberta (RMA) District 2 Central Zone meeting in Febru- ing and the government hopes they will be avail- tory so the parts are marked and basically worth-
ary for sponsorship and, if accepted, will be presented at able to respond in their enhanced capacity by less to anyone trying to sell them for scrap.”
the RMA Annual General Meeting in the fall of 2020. the fall of 2020. The government also plans to introduce forms
Complete minutes from council meetings can be found The government also plans to amend the Oc- to detail community impacts of crime and a pro-
at once they have been adopted. cupiers’ Liability Act, “to strengthen trespass gram to assist in the collection of outstanding
laws and further defend property rights.” payments on restitution orders.

WHEATLAND Upcoming Meetings

COUNTY November 19: Municipal Planning Commission
December 3: Council Meeting
Where There’s Room to Grow
Agenda packages and minutes are available on our website on the
Agendas and Minutes page.


Wheatland County has approximately 100 acres within NE 8-22-21-4 available
for a 5 year term cropping lease, starting in 2020.

Please note the leased area is land that is excess to an active Municipal gravel
pit operation, which may expand and reduce the area available over the 5 year

Sealed tenders, labeled “Lease within NE 8-22-21-4” may be submitted

by registered mail, courier, or hand delivered not later than 1:30 p.m. on
Wednesday November 27, 2019 to:

Wheatland County
#242006 Rge. Rd. 243
Hwy #1, RR #1
Strathmore, AB T1P 1J6
Attn: Robin Glasier, Land Agent, RWP

Faxed and emailed tenders will not be accepted.

Tenders will be publicly opened Wednesday November 27, 2019 at 1:45 p.m.

Inquiries may be directed to Robin Glasier, Land Agent, RWP, at 403-361-2015


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.
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NOVEMBER 15, 2019

Strathmore Black vs Indus Novice Black

Strathmore Silver v Olds Grizzlies

Strathmore Silver v Olds Grizzlies Strathmore Silver v Olds Grizzlies

Jamboree fun
The Strathmore Minor Hockey Association host-
ed its first annual Novice Jamboree on Nov. 11
at the Strathmore Family Centre. Twelve novice
teams from southern Alberta took part in the
event, including the three Strathmore squads.
Doug Taylor Photos

Strathmore Storm vs
Canmore Novice Blue

Strathmore Storm vs Canmore Novice Blue

Strathmore Storm vs
Strathmore Black vs Indus Novice Black Strathmore Black vs Indus Novice Black Canmore Novice Blue


Saturday, November 16 • 8:00 pm vs High River
Sunday, November 17 • 4:45 pm vs Cochrane
Strathmore Family Centre - Gold Arena
Nov 8 Nov 9 Nov 10
Cade Ryan Brett
Progressive 50/50 - Jackson Leeper Willian
Page 12 • Strathmore TIMES • November 15, 2019

Calm before the Storm

The Strathmore Storm bantam-A team defeated Warriors on top
Okotoks 9-6 in a tiering game on Nov. 3 at the The Wheatland Warriors gained a point to improve to 9-3-2 on the season
Strathmore Family Centre. The Storm finished the after a 4-4 tie versus the Central Alberta Selects on Nov. 8 at the Strathmore
tiering round with a pair of games Nov. 8-9 and Family Centre. The local double-A bantam team will take the weekend off
now await the start of the regular season, which from league action before hosting Lethbridge on Nov. 23 (7:30 p.m.) in Hus-
begins Nov. 22. sar.
Doug Taylor Photos Doug Taylor Photo

Unit D,
202 Canal Court,
Strathmore, AB


Water Softeners, Iron Filters

& Drinking Water Systems
The Wheatland Kings fell to 6-9-0 on the season after a 6-1 loss to Coaldale on Nov. 10 at the Strath-
more Family Centre. The team will retire the jersey of Kristian Ayoungman prior to hosting the High River
Flyers on Nov. 16 (8 p.m.). Doug Taylor Photos

Kings looking for consistency

MARIO PRUSINA were short bodies, but it shouldn’t be
Times Editor any excuse for the effort level; it simply
wasn’t there tonight. All the guys knew
Just 15 games into the season, the we’d be short today and we needed
Wheatland Kings know they still have everyone pulling on the rope, but not
time to elevate their game to another everyone bought into that today, and
level heading into the playoffs. obviously it showed on the scoreboard.”
Having won just six of those 15 Coaldale was led by former King and
games, the difference between winning Strathmore native Isaac Benoit, who re-
and losing is a fine line. turned to the arena he is most familiar
According to Wheatland Kings assis- with and left with a goal.
tant coach Chris Williams, sometimes The speedy forward is attending
the difference can be as simple as scor- school in Lethbridge, but still wanted to
ing the first goal. play the game he loves, so he joined the
“I think it starts with, honestly, the Copperheads for the season.
first goal of the game,” said Williams. “It’s always nice to be in the home
Alberta’s influenza immunization program is ongoing. “It seems to be the trend if we score barn where I’m from and it’s nice to
Influenza immunization is offered, free of charge, to all Albertans first, we’re buzzing and it doesn’t seem see familiar faces,” said Benoit. “I’m not
six months of age and older. to stop for the rest of the 60 minutes. going to lie, it does feel good to win
As soon as we get down a goal – two against the team I played with last year,
Upcoming Immunization Clinics in Your Area for sure – it seems like everyone kind but overall it was a good experience
of deflates and feels like the game is and I love playing here.”
over. That’s where we need to step in The Kings will now prepare for a pair
Strathmore Civic Centre and work on that and try and be more of home games this coming weekend
Wednesday, November 20 11 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. 120 Brent Boulevard, consistent. when they host High River on Nov. 16
“We came into this year wanting to (8 p.m.) and Cochrane the following
Chestermere Community be an elite team and this far we’re no- day (4:45 p.m.).
Friday, November 15
9:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Health Centre, 288 Kinniburgh where near. So, we’re a team battling It will be an emotional game to open
Friday, November 22
Boulevard, Chestermere for a playoff spot now and that’s what the weekend, as the Kings will officially
we have to drive into these guys’ heads retire the jersey of Kristian Ayoungman,
Please bring Alberta Health Care Card. Short sleeves recommended.
if we want to continue to have any type who was murdered in March.
of success.” Williams, who previously played with
The Kings began the weekend with a Ayoungman, said it will be an emotional
For additional clinic dates, times and locations visit or call 811
solid 4-1 win on the road over the Lo- ceremony.
mond Lakers on Nov. 8. That win was “It’s going to be a tearjerker ceremony
quickly halted with a 4-1 road loss the I’m sure,” said Williams. “I got to play
following day in Red Deer and a 6-1 loss (with him) since I was bantam all the
to Coaldale on home ice on Nov. 10. way up to junior, along with assistant
“I know tonight was a third of three coach Blake Bishop as well. It’s going
(games) of the weekend here and we to be very special.”
November 15, 2019 • Strathmore TIMES • Page 13
Obituary Obituary GET UP TO $50,000 from the

JOHNSON, Richard “Rick” Wayne WILCOX, Kevah

Government of Canada. Do
you or someone you know
Bryan Cammaert
January 29, 1955 to October 30, 2019 1941 ~ 2019 have any of these condi- 1942-2002
tions? ADHD, Anxiety, Arthri- ~
It is with a heavy heart that we announce the passing of Richard “Rick” Wayne Mrs. Kevah Wilcox of Coaldale, beloved wife of Mr.
Johnson. Rick was born on January 29, 1955 and raised in Calgary, Alberta. He Robert Wilcox, passed away at the Chinook Regional
tis, Asthma, Cancer, COPD,
Depression, Diabetes, Diffi-
We cannot bring the old days back,
graduated from Crescent Heights High School in 1973 . Rick spent his entire Hospital on, Monday, November 11, 2019, at the age culty Walking, Fibromyalgia, When we were all together.
life being an avid athlete, playing hockey & baseball. He played for the Calgary
Jimmy’s Baseball Team. After Highschool, Rick moved to Fresno, California where
of 77 years. Irritable Bowels, Overweight,
Trouble Dressingµ.and hun-
But secret tears and loving thoughts
She was born on December 22, 1941 in Brooks, Al-
he attended Fresno State University and played for the Fresno Falcons. Rick made berta. dreds more. All ages and Will live with us forever.
California his permanent home. Kevah is survived by her husband Bob; sons Rob medical conditions qualify.
Rick is predeceased by his father, Vernon “Barney” Johnson. Rick will be deeply (Leslie) of Lethbridge, Cory (Shawna) of Redcliff; Have a child under 18, in- Sadly Missed,
missed by his Mother, Muriel Johnson; Brothers: Grant (Wendy) Johnson, Bob daughter Jana (Darren) of Cluny; grandchildren Der- stantly receive more money.
Call the Benefits Program
Your Family
(Leslie) Johnson; ek (Dallas), Kyle, Kyra, Kole, Mikayla, Sydney, Wayk;
Children: Krystle (Bartt) Thompson, Richard Johnson; Grandchildren: McKenzie, 1-800-211-3550 or send
great grandchildren Fynn, Sully and Harper.
Rhyder, Paxton & Jhett and many nieces, nephews & Great nieces and nephews. Also left to mourn are her brothers and sisters Reid
a text message with your
name and mailing address
Memorial Services to be held at a later date. (Faye), Sheila (Glenn), Lissa (Herb), Kirby (Marci); to 403-980-3605 for your
brother and sister in law Gary (Brenda) and Parnell,
as well as several nieces, nephews, great nieces and
free benefits package. CULTIVATED FARM LAND
great nephews. FREE ATM PLACEMENT. We

Obituary Kevah was predeceased by her father Earl and moth-

er Ingrid; stepfather Gerry Pelchat.
provide the machine/ ser-
vice/ communication/ paper
Murray Carr is offering the following property for
sale by tender, subject to the right of first refusal of
The family would like to thank the emergency staff - you provide the location. the current tenant and subject to the restrictions
SETLIFF, Ernest (Shorty) at the Lethbridge Hospital, Coaldale Fire Department, We cater the contract to your in the existing certificate of title:
October 21, 1929 – Tulsa, Oklahoma as well as the EMT for the care and compassion needs. Call today and let’s NE-25-22-28-W4
shown to Kevah. start making money; www.
November 7, 2019 - Strathmore, Alberta; 1-866- The property contains 106.91 acres M/L and is
With heavy hearts we announce the passing of Ernest (Shorty) To honor Kevah’s wishes, she will be
618-0222. located approximately 2 miles South East of Indus
Setliff on Thursday, November 7, 2019 at the Strathmore Hospi- remembered privately by friends and Alberta, 3/4 mile South of Fulton Industrial Park. It
tal. He is survived by his loving wife Rose; daughter Lisa; son-in-law Michael; family. is bordered by the CPR main rail line on the North
Visit to send a CRIMINAL RECORD? Why
grandsons Daniel and Benjamin; and sister Dorothy. He will also be missed by suffer employment/licens- side. Completely fenced.
many sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law, nieces and nephews. A memorial service condolence.
ing loss? Travel/business For further details, please contact Murray Carr at
will be celebrated on Saturday, November 16, 2019 at Strathmore United Church opportunities? Be embar- (403) 333-0772.
(410 - 4 St.) at 1:30 p.m. Reception to follow in the Church basement. In lieu of rassed? Think: Criminal Par-
flowers, memorial tributes may be made to Wheatland and Area Hospice Society don. US entry waiver. Record Possession date Feb. 7, 2020
(Box 2154, Strathmore, AB T1P 1K2; or To send con-
dolences, please visit www.wheatlandfuneralhome .ca
Obituary purge. File destruction. Free
consultation. 1-800-347- Tender Agreements may be acquired from and
2540. www.accesslegalmjf. returned to:
PATTERSON, com. Lynn Woods Law Office
Joseph Scott Box 2335, #101 318 3rd Avenue
GET BACK ON TRACK! Bad Strathmore, AB T1P 1K3
Joseph Scott Patterson, 79, of Strath-
credit? Bills? Unemployed? Phone: (403) 934-6333 Fax: (403) 934-6355
more, AB, passed away on November
Need Money? We Lend! If Email:
2nd, 2019, from congestive heart fail-
Obituary ure, at Sagewood Long Term Care Facility in Strath-
more, AB. Joe will be laid to rest at the Carbon Cem-
you own your own home -
you qualify. Pioneer Accep-
Sealed Tender Agreements must be accompanied
by a 10% deposit in the form of a bank draft
tance Corp. Member BBB.
SEETON, Douglas Roy etery on Saturday, November 9th, 2019. His wishes 1-877-987-1420; www. payable to Lynn Woods Law Office In Trust,
no later than 4:00 p.m. on December 12, 2019.
were to have a private graveside service, and a family
With sadness we announce the passing of Douglas Roy Seeton on and friend memorial service to celebrate his life. The Conditional tenders will not be considered.
November 8, 2019 at the age of 84 years. He is survived by his lov- memorial service was held at the Carbon Community
ing partner Barb along with her family, his daughters Astrid, Diana The highest or any tender not necessarily
Center on Saturday, November 9th, at 2:00 pm. accepted. The deposits of unsuccessful tenderers
and Tanya; grandchildren Jacqueline, Douglas, and Shania; great Joe was born on January 10th, 1940, in Redland, Al- will be returned to them.
grandchildren Dakota, Nicholas, Landon and Griffen; siblings Harold, Fred, Clyde,
Floyd, George, Dorothy and Helen. He was predeceased by his parents Oscar and
berta. As a young man, he worked on the family farm TENDERS
and then operated his farm for 45 years in Redland,
Grace; as well as brothers Reg and Eddy. Doug was a Veteran serving two tours Alberta. Joe met the love of his life, Elizabeth ‘Betty’
in Germany, two tours in Cyprus, and one tour in Vietnam. He was a member of Sabean, in 1982 and moved her and her son Scott LAND FOR SALE BY TENDER
the Royal Canadian Dragoons (RCD) followed by a time with the Lord Strathcona’s to the farm in 1983. They had a beautiful outdoor The following briefly describes property offered for sale by tender.
Horse. Following his military career, he worked in the maintenance department wedding ceremony on June 28th, 1986 and made Description of Bishop Land:
with the Calgary City Police Force. a happy home for many years to follow. During this
A celebration of Doug’s life will be held on Monday, November 18, 2019 at the time, his passion for farming flourished and he diver- Parcel A- is 724 + or- acres with 1 water well, on the east side of Seiu Lake.
Strathmore Royal Canadian Legion Hall #10 at 1:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, memo- sified into the cattle-calf business. It was amazing to There is an abundance of water as the land surrounds the lake. The proper-
rial donations may be made directly to your local legions for the Veterans Food watch him work with these large animals. He enjoyed ty is north and east of Hussar AB in Wheatland County.
Bank. To send condolences, please visit Doug’s obituary at www.wheatlandfu- spending time camping, visiting Nova Scotia, and the Parcel B- is 456 + or- acres, on the west side of Seiu Lake. Included with
many lobster boils in the gazebo. In August of 1995, this parcel is a beautiful treed farm yard; which has two houses, 2 shops, 2
Joe had major heart issues and required triple bypass water wells, new barn with corrals and cattle handling system, some bins
surgery. Due to his health, he had to retire from farm- and other out buildings.
ing. But once a farmer, always a farmer, and it was a
hot topic at many family meals and functions. This is a total of 1180 more or less deeded acres for sale. Would prefer to
Joe is survived by his loving wife of 32 years, Eliza- sell property as one parcel of land. Would certainly consider selling parcel
beth (Betty) Patterson, his stepson, Robert ‘Scott’ A and B individually.
Hewey (Laurianne) from Carbon, AB., and stepsons
Reigh Hewey (Wendy) and Craig Hewey (Jenny). For further details please contact Colby Bishop at (403) 321-0359 or Lorne
He also had six step-grandsons, one step-grand- Bishop at (403) 321-0448
daughter, two step-great-grandsons, and one step-
great-granddaughter. Additionally, he is survived by Tenders in writing will be accepted by lawyer no later than 4:00p.m on Fri-
his brother Frank (Irene) Patterson and Jim (Marge) day December 13, 2019. Included with the sealed tender marked, “Bishop
Patterson. Joe is preceded in death by his parents, Tender” a 10% deposit in form of bank draft or certified cheque payable to
John and Mary Patterson; his brothers George and Schumacher Gough & Company In Trust. The balance of the purchase price
David Patterson; sisters Blanche Manuliak and Rosie is required by Friday, January 24, 2020.
Robbs; and his niece Linda Hill. Tenders should be delivered to the office of:
The family of Joseph Patterson want to send heart- Schumacher Gough & Company
felt thanks to the Drumheller Hospital acute care staff Attention: Mr. Harry Gough
and Dr. Olfert for the four months of care they gave 196 3 Ave. Drumheller, AB. T0J 0Y0
Joe on the onset of his illness in February of 2019. Phone# (403) 823-2424
As well, the team at Strathmore’s Sagewood AgeCare
Facility and Dr. Young for the care they provided dur- Deposits of unsuccessful tenders will be returned. The only cheque to be

$327,000 C4268531
ing his final few months of life.
In lieu of flowers, a memorial tribute may be made
directly to the Heart & Stroke Foundation of Alberta,
cashed will be the one from the successful tender, and the others will be
returned uncashed. The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
120 Wildrose Heath | Wildflower, Strathmore, Alberta
200, 119 – 14th Street N.W., Calgary, AB T2N 1Z6
Telephone: (403) 264-5549, or online at www.
This home offers affordability, tons of space and a great location! Great curb appeal with in memory of Joe. To send con-


the front porch. Spacious entrance leading into the main floor with laminate throughout.
The living room features a cozy fireplace. The kitchen is massive with tons of counter and dolences, please visit Joe’s obituary at www.wheat-
cabinet space, black appliances and eating bar open to dining area. Door leading out to
large deck overlooking the backyard. Main floor laundry area. The upstairs is complete “Joe, your loving heart, gentle nature, and life’s wis-
dom will live on in all the lives you touched.

with a king size master bedroom with 4 piece ensuite, 2 additional bedrooms and a 4 piece
bath. Great home for a growing family. If you need more room you can develop the lower Love you forever and always.” ~ Betty Patterson and
level. Private and low maintenance backyard and a double detached garage. Scott & Laurianne Hewey

Hayley Poirier
403-901-3472 www. Call 403-934-5589
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email Act as Chief Executive Officer to the Board of Governors attending all Board meetings as well
as appropriate committee meetings, and keeping the board informed regarding progress and
development in all areas of Old Sun Community College’s business.
Strathmore Station Manages administration, supervision, planning, finances and operation of all phases of Old Sun
Restaurant & Pub Community College business including education, finances and the operation and maintenance.
380 Ridge Road Understand and adhere to all legislations, local, federal and/or provincial, as it pertains to the
Strathmore AB governance and legislation of Old Sun Community College.
Is Hiring: Act as Post-Secondary Director, Academic Dean and Principal. Translates Board policies into action.
1 Permanent, Full Time Duties and Responsibilities:
• Facilitates the proper functioning of Board meetings
Banquet & Catering • Facilitates the development, implementation, and assessment of Board policies

Service Manager
• Prepares, monitors College’s budget and completed Annual Returns
• Ensures appropriate records is maintained which indicates the effectiveness of Board policies
GET YOUR NOTICES $21.63 Hourly, for 35-44 Hours per week • Supervises staff and encourages professional development
Experience: 3 to 5 years • Assumes specific responsibilities with regard to College Institutional staff
• Evaluates all staff
ADS IN THE servicing Westmount school
Duties/Abilities: Must plan, organize, direct, control, • Responsible for Public Relations for the College
and evaluate daily operations, while ensuring
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that all health, safety, and liquor legislation and Other Duties:
years of age, has openings. Acts in accordance with directives specifically issued by the Board of Governors
regulations are followed. Respond to customer
Please call 403-934-5139.
NOTICES complaints and negotiate with clients for catering or MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
use of facilities. Determine type of service offered, Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Wheatland County Food Bank implement procedure, order and make arrangements
for food and other supplies, participate in marketing
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Starting at 10 a.m. oriented and be able to work under pressure in a Must demonstrate cultural competence. DEAD OR ALIVE
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WATER SUSTAINABILITY: Public Notice: Road Closure

What is it, why should we be concerned From November 12-16 a portion of Park Lane Drive will be closed
during construction of the new municipal building for sanitary and storm
and what can you do? connections. As you travel by car plan a few extra minutes and change
up your route to get into the area. Sidewalks will be open with some
To achieve sustainability, municipalities need to efficiently provide
safe, reliable and easily accessible water as well as dependable pedestrian detours. There will be local access to Lambert Village. Watch
sanitation while protecting our waterways and ecosystem. for road closure signage and detour information in the area. Check out
About 70% of the earth’s surface is covered in water but only 3% of the maps below to view the detours. Thank you for your patience and
it is freshwater. With the growing demands around the world, this understanding. For information and updates on the project:
supply is critical to our future.
There are simple, cost effective ways you can save water at home;

 when brushing teeth and shaving, turn off the tap when not

 run your dishwasher and washing machine only when they

are full

 use energy-efficient, water-saving devices

 use a water softener to tackle hard water problems EN
 fix plumbing leaks FIR
 ensure your sprinkler system is watering just your lawn and C ON

not the VE


driveway and sidewalk TH



The Town of Strathmore is looking for your input:






What would you like to see for water



sustainability projects?











Where do you think the Town could improve FIF



to sustain this natural resource?


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Arena Upgrades Stop in and enjoy a cup of coffee and learn about:
Join Carly Cole, Public Educator Wheatland Crisis Society
The Arena is in need of a little TLC and we acknowledge that this is
For a Presentation On
causing some inconveniences for users.
Elder Abuse: Recognizing, responding and resources.
We are currently pinpointing warranty issues within the lighting

This presentation will provide practical knowledge about what

mechanisms in the blue arena —a time-consuming process. elder abuse is, how to recognize it and how you can help
someone experiencing elder abuse.
We have recently overhauled the elevator as the old one was thirty

years old and not up to safety codes. To ensure the elevator meets
safety standards it must be tied into the building's fire system. The When: Wednesday, Nov 20, 2019
lighting within the elevator also needs to be upgraded. On completion 10:00 am - 11:00 am

the provincial safety regulator will inspect and approve the elevator for
public use. Where: Strathmore Municipal Library
Public safety is our top priority and we apologize for the inconvenience 85 Lakeside Blvd
that this has caused. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Guest Speaker: Carly Cole
We will keep you updated as this project continues.
Public Educator Wheatland Crisis Society
680 Westchester Road, Strathmore, AB T1P 1J1 • 403-934-3133 • Office Hours: MSponsored by the
- F 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
Seniors Advisory Committee

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