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The old sports saying about third time being a charm doesn’t usually apply to long-distance running. Sean Carter’s path to running the Boston Marathon was in itself a long journey, one filled with pitfalls and potholes along the way, but it took a lifetime to become an instant success. The runner, who works as a planner with the city of Chestermere, finished one of the most prestigious races in the world with a personal best time this spring, and get this — it was just his third marathon. Even better is his age. Carter refers to himself as a centennial baby, which puts him at the ripe age of 51 — not exactly the typical time when someone takes up long-distance challenges for the first time. Considering that nearly 28 years ago Carter suffered a traumatic brain injury that took half a year from his memory, what he’s accomplished in the past year is remarkable. To him though, running in Boston wasn’t so much a dream as something he felt he should do, seeing as how he qualified after running in the Red Deer Woody’s

RV World Marathon last May and the Edmonton Marathon last August. “It was a relief,” Carter said about finishing in Boston. “There are thousands of people that apply. I’m a 51-year-old white dude from small-town Alberta who has only run two marathons. “It’s a roll of the dice. I was happy to get accepted and I set a personal best so that was great. “I hear stories about people that register for 30 years and don’t qualify. I ran Red Deer and qualified. I ran in Edmonton and qualified again. Both races are qualified times so I took that as a sign I should go.” In Boston on April 17, Carter finished the marathon in three hours, 12 minutes and 37 seconds, finishing 3,802 out of 29,998 runners, which puts him in the top 13 percent of racers — a great result considering his experience. You could call Carter a natural runner, but he just thinks he’s a skinny kid who grew up using his feet to get around growing up in the Maritimes. He played high school soccer and then did that sport recreationally while getting his degree at St. Mary’s University.

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It was shortly after graduating though that his life was altered greatly. On Oct. 28, 1990, Carter was involved in a serious motor vehicle accident that caused significant brain trauma. It took two years to recovery physically but he eventually went on to trade school and a masters degree at Dalhousie before moving west in search of work. “About six months is missing,” Carter said. “It’s like the memory tape for six months was cut out and thrown in the garbage. I don’t remember graduating from St. Mary’s University. I still knew where I grew up and that, but people I met within six months of my accident never existed. “I had my accident in October and the first thing I remember is a Christmas tree at my parents house. I don’t remember being in the hospital at all. It has its pros and cons. It’s weird to have people come up to you and tell you stuff that you’ve done.” The brain injury inadvertently led him into competitive running, although it took a while. In 2002, he ran the Southern Alberta Brain Injury Society run in Calgary and finished fourth, a sign of what was to come some 15 years later. The injury still affects his running. He has poor memory coding and retrieval and doesn’t have left peripheral vision, which means he has to remember to look left, which is a hazard when sprinting through his fellow runners. Through it all he’s made it work, and managed to train in the difficult climate Alberta has to offer. This winter was particularly harsh on outdoors people, but it didn’t bother Carter. He doesn’t use a trainer, and instead just goes by the guide for marathon training

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he read in a book. “I must like it because I ran outside all winter,” Carter said about his training. “You see these guys running in ultra high-tech spandex and that. For me, I intentionally run in crap clothing. “I wanted to make what I was wearing as heavy and clunky as possible. I didn’t really care how I performed when I was training. It’s about how intense the training is. You train hard and then on race day you can perform.” That training suited him well. The temperature in Boston was around the mid-40s Fahrenheit and it was mostly raining and miserable the entire day, so much so the baseball game played at the time of the race was cancelled. Still, the experience was amazing for Carter, and the finish was something to behold. “It sneaks up on you because you turn a corner and there it is,” Carter said. “It was quite cold. It was an ugly day so that cut down on the crowds. With the marathon the

city was quite busy. “They put heat blankets on us as we crossed the finish line. It rained from start to finish. It was that Eastern rain and not the western one. It was a gale wind in your face most of the time. If you made a turn you might get it at your back but mostly it was in your face. “I was surprised that I set my personal best. It was cool at least so you weren’t going to overheat. Hypothermia was an issue with some people. I had three layers on so I was good. “I’m a lobster fisherman from the East so cold wet weather is not unheard of. When you are running in Boston, if you aren’t doing your best then where will you do your best?” Carter plans to continue racing, with a second running of the Woody’s set for the long weekend in Red Deer. After that, he’s hoping to better his time in Edmonton later this summer. As for long term, he’s not sure what will happen. He’s going with the old sports adage of ‘one race at a time.’

“My 51-year-old hips haven’t quite recovered yet from Boston,” Carter said. “I’m going to see if I can get a better time than last year in Red Deer. “I will roll with the punches I guess. I’m 51 so I will see how much this poor old body can handle running 26 miles.”

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A Tour to let local restaurants strut their stuff By Jeremy Broadfield\ A tour of some of Barcelona’s unique restaurants inspired Jody Nakoneshny to try and bring the experience home to Chestermere. “It was a really, really enjoyable evening because it was socializing, we got to be immersed a little bit in the culture,” she said, “for me it was very memorable,” said Jody Nakoneshny. Taking the tour on the backs of motorcycles, the tourists would spend about 45 minutes to an hour enjoying a glass of wine and an appetizer before continuing to the next restaurant. In total they toured about four unique eateries in the Spanish city. With that experience in mind, Nakoneshny has organized Chestermere’s first Tapas Tour. While not Barcelona, Nakoneshny said Chestermere is, “pretty unique with some pretty cool businesses out here.” After discussing her idea

with some of the local restaurants, Nakoneshny settled on 5 local establishments for the tour to visit. “It’s a challenge because we don’t want to exclude any body but there is a limit of how many stops you can make, how many drinks you can have and how many appetizers you can have,” she said.

“Even this with 5 restaurants is a four or five-hour tour on its own.” The Tapas Tour is being held on May 26 from 1-7 p.m. and has room for 24 people but was almost sold out by May 10. The ticket includes the tour, appetizers and drinks at each location and the transportation to each loca-

tion. Starting and finishing at the Dockside Bar and Grill, the tour will also be going to Township 24 Brewery, Van Son, Pour Beer Market, Crazy Pasta, and Masala Twist. In addition to being a really nice experience, the tour will give the participating restaurants the opportu-

nity to showcase what they offer the community. “Some people have maybe not visited the restaurant, or they don’t know it’s there,” said Nakoneshny. Her hope is that the tour will help spread the word about the great places people can go and eat here in the city. “Taking the people to the

businesses so they can see where they’re located, what their location looks like, what their menu is like, what their food tastes like,” she said. If Nakoneshny is successful in importing the fun experience she had in Barcelona, she’d like to make the tour an annual event. “If it turns into something that’s really well received and its enjoyable and people would like to see more it would be nice to maybe expand it and maybe we can tour other restaurants, or we can find a way to include all the local businesses,” she said. As the tour grows, she’d also be interested in partnering with the city or the chamber of commerce for the event. “I really like that idea because I think it’s a different approach to highlighting some of the local businesses out here,” she said. For more info or to sponsor the tour or to provide feedback on the tour contact Nakoneshny at contact@ thelakeshorespa.com.


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Goats to help control weeds in Chestermere By Jeremy Broadfield The City of Chestermere will be getting some four-legged help this summer controlling noxious weeds along the shore of Chestermere Lake. Starting May14 a herd of goats will be out along the north shore of the lake in the off-leash park grazing on the weeds. “We’re excited to welcome the goats, as they have done an excellent job in targeting weeds in other places,” said Parks and Recreation Manager Kathy Russell in a release on the city website. Known as target browsing, the goats will be used for three short periods of time this summer to help control weeds in areas that the city can’t spray or use other control methods for environmental factors. “There are various types of weeds in the off-leash area, some of which we cannot spray due to environmental factors,” said Russell. “We are committed to controlling these weeds in a way that is both safe and environmentally responsible,” she said. Goats are used for weed control because unlike other grazing animals such as cattle or sheep, goats prefer broadleaf plants and will eat weeds while leaving desirable grasses alone. Residents are asked to keep their distance from the herd and obey the shepherd at all times. Dogs are required to be on leash, even in the off-leash park, when the goats are present. The City Parks and Recreation department is planning to host an education session for the public with the goats later this summer although no date has yet been set. For more information on the goats and the dates they will be in Chestermere go to www. chestermere.ca/goats.

City Council increases its education budget Chestermere city council passed an amendment to its Elected Officials Remuneration & Expense Policy at the May 7 council meeting. The amended policy increases the annual amount that a council member can claim for educational courses and conferences. Council members are now able to claim up to $5000, increased from the previously accepted $1000. Councilors are able to claim their registration fees, transportation and accommodation costs and meals while attending a course for the city. The changes to the policy came after council had previously amended the policy at the February 20 council meeting however as council worked through the budget review in early April city administration recommended this additional amendment to better serve the new council’s needs.

2018 tax rate bylaw passed by council May 7 After approving a 0.913 per cent tax increase at the April 16 council meeting, Chestermere city council approved all three readings of the 2018 tax rate bylaw at the May 7 meeting. Under the Municipal Government Act the tax rate bylaw gives the city the ability to authorize the taxation rates for properties within the city for the 2018 tax year. With the passing of this bylaw, city staff are now able to begin the process of preparing and distributing tax notices beginning in June.

City accepts CUI Promissory note extension Chestermere city council gave second and third reading to a bylaw extending the deadline for repayment by Chestermere Utilities Inc. (CUI) of a promissory note stemming from the creation of the utility company. This is the second extension of the note, valued at $554,427, that has been approved. With the extension, the note now comes due on Dec. 31, 2023. In addition to the extension, council has added an interest rate of 2.44 per cent to the loan. The interest has been added to recoup the lost investment earnings that the city has given up in extending the period of the loan to CUI. It has been left up to the discretion of CUI whether interest will be paid to the city or added to the principle of the loan.

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cil meeting. The second resolution demanded a letter of apology from Bold to Councillor Yvette Wagner for the, “publication of libelous statements on social media.” The deadline for the letter to be delivered to the Mayor was May 1 which did not occur. When asked by members of the public during question period about the missing second letter of apology, Chalmers said that council has not yet had a chance to address it. “Specific to the second resolution…council has not had an opportunity to have the discussion in regards to that,” he said. “There’s no timeline for us to do that,” said Chalmers, “we will address it on our own timeline.” He also stated that council will use the processes laid out in the code of conduct to resolve this issue. “It’s a personnel matter and it’ll be treated as such and we will follow the code of conduct,” said Chalmers. Several members of the public, including former members of city council,

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attended the May 7 meeting and addressed council during question period about the contravention of the code of conduct by Bold and council’s response. Former City Councillor Stu Hutchison addressed the issue during the first public question period. He admitted to having made comments that were off side during his time on council. “Sometimes you say things you don’t really mean,” he said. “When I went home and reflected on what I said…I didn’t need anybody to issue me a directive to make things right. “I found it in my heart of hearts to go back and sit on my chair and say I’m sorry…for what I did to you in public, I did it in public and I will apologize to you in public,” said Hutchison. His question was whether the Mayor or Councillor Bold would publicly read the letter aloud in the meeting. While the letter was discussed and accepted by council during the meeting, it was not read aloud.

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Chestermere’s Peace Officers kept busy through first quarter

Chestermere’s Community Peace Officers (CPOs) were kept busy in the first quarter of the year with a 175 per cent increase in complaints from the same time in 2017. “This quarter’s been extremely busy for our members most of this is attributed to the quick succession of the heavy snow we’ve had this winter season,” said Acting Supervisor CPO Sgt. Trever Bowman. “Not only on public sidewalks, our officers dealt with 150 complaints and overwhelming majority of those were self-generated.” Bowman said that the selfgenerated files were created by the members working to educate and enforce snow issues before they could become a complaint from a member of the public. With the arrival of warmer weather, Bowman said that the bulk of their workload will shift from snow complaints to unsightly premises complaints. The lack of maintenance or upkeep to a property can lead to complaints of unsightly premises. This can include the ac-

cumulation of garbage and refuse, not mowing the lawn or letting a property become overgrown with weeds. “Residents, if you’re a property owner you have certain responsibilities to maintain your property,” said Bowman. “You have neighbours you know what be a good neighbour that’s the gist of it,” he said. While the seasons are changing and bringing different kinds of complaints to the forefront, Peace Officers will continue to handle them in the same fashion, educate then enforce. “Education before enforcement is always our goal however they are going to be certain situations and circumstances where we… need to do something immediately,” said Bowman, “The enforcement process allows us to address those issue much more quickly.” “There’s a big difference between not mowing your lawn and leaving a car in seven different pieces on your front lawn,” he said. With more of these kinds of complaints looming in the near future, Bowman said that the city is working

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CHS Mothers Day Makeover

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Selling bracelets in support of sick kids

Local girl raising money for the Alberta Children’s Hospital

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Submitted By Melody McIntyre Chestermere High School Cosmetology’s Mother’s Day Makeover competition is here again! This competition will give the Cosmetology students a chance to show off their skills, as well as create a positive experience for youth in the community to credit their mothers for the amazing things that they do. Chestermere Cosmetology first started in Fall of 2014

and opened to the public for salon services in Fall 2016. Cosmetology provides the opportunity for students to learn about hair, skin and nails, as well as prepare for a Hairstylist career. All client services are directly supervised by Ms. McIntyre, B.Ed. Journeyman Hairstylist. People in the community were invited to write one paragraph explaining why his/her Mom is deserving of a Makeover, and were instructed to be specific.

The winner will receive a free makeover/day of pampering at Chestermere Cosmetology on May 23th from 3:30pm- 7pm. The Makeover can include a haircut and style, scalp massage, manicure and colour if desired, a value of $250 in free services! Interested in supporting our students by being a model for client services? Go to chscos.youcanbook. me to find prices and book appointments.

After a fall at a local playground led to a visit to the Alberta Children’s Hospital and seven stitches Sevenyear-old Rilee Stanford is selling bracelets to raise money for the hospital. Photo by Jeremy Broadfield

By Jeremy Broadfield After a playground injury led to a visit to the hospital and seven stitches, sevenyear-old Rilee Stanford wants to give something back to the Alberta Children’s Hospital. “I want to raise money for people that get hurt so that they’ll feel better soon,” she said. Stanford said she got hurt while playing on the zip line structure at a local park May 5. “I couldn’t get to the other side and then I just dropped and slipped on the gravel

and hit my chin,” she said. She ended up at the Alberta Children’s Hospital in Calgary to get seven stiches. “I was scared,” she said of the experience. The following day when the family was out for ice cream, Standford decided she wanted to give back to the hospital. Stanford decided to raise money through the sale of homemade bracelets. She is charging $2 per bracelet and has raised $96 so far. Her goal is to raise $100 before her birthday, July 10. Stanford’s parents said that

they are really proud of their daughter wanting to give back. “She’s always been a thoughtful person and always wanting to help people,” said her dad, Graham Stanford. The whole family has been helping Rilee make the bracelets. “She’s pretty dedicated,” said her mom Ann Stanford. Ann posted her daughter’s fundraiser to the Facebook page I Love Chestermere to help raise awareness of her daughter’s campaign in the community.


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RCMP urge people to be safe as they enjoy the lake By Jeremy Broadfield Now that the water level in Chestermere Lake is up to summer depths, Chestermere’s RCMP are reminding boaters to be safe and share the lake this summer. “I know there’s a lot of people that are excited about getting their boats back in the water and enjoying our lake,” said Chestermere RCMP Detachment Commander Staff Sgt. Mark Wielgosz. Along with resident’s excitement, Wielgosz said that there is likely to be a higher usership of the lake this year. “We’re seeing higher numbers year over year,” he said, “ultimately we want to make sure that, with the significant use of our lake, everyone’s equally able to enjoy it.” From a policing perspective, Wielgosz said they are looking to minimize dangerous behaviours and ensure all boaters have the appropriate safety equipment. “We don’t see any incidents on our lake this year,” he said. To help keep everyone safe this year, police will be patrolling both the lake and the boat launch. Wielgosz said that they will be out on the lake at a minimum every other weekend and randomly in the evenings.

The will also be at the boat launch checking to ensure all users of the lake have the required equipment and operator’s licenses. “Meaning that they’ve got a pleasure craft operator’s license that meets with the vessel requirements that they’re operating,” said Wielgosz. They’ll also be checking to ensure there is no impaired operation of boats on the water. “We want to make sure there’s no liquor consumption on the lake because again while it may be an enjoyable practice while your out enjoying the sun and on the water that doesn’t contribute to safe boating operation,” said Wielgosz. And, while there are currently no laws against distracted boating, Wielgosz strongly discourages the practice, especially with the number and variety of users expected on the lake this year. “Just be mindful of your surroundings,” he said. For those who enjoy water skiing and other forms of recreation that involve towing people behind the boat, Wielgosz recommends using a spotter so that the boat operator can stay focused on his primary job, safely driving the boat. “You want to make sure that again the boat operator can focus on where he’s driv-

ing,” he said, “and then you have a spotter who can monitor the people that are in the water.” Since Chestermere Lake attracts all types of water craft from sail boats, to power boats, to canoe’s and other manually powered craft, it is important to be aware of and courteous to other lake users. “Its just a matter of giving proper distance between vessels if you’re a powered vessel approaching one that’s manually operated or a sail boat, keep your distance because you’re creating a wake and that’s going to cause some difficulties for those other persons and their vessels,” said Wielgosz.

If something does go wrong on the water, Wielgosz said that the more information boaters can provide to 911 operators the better. “Try to find some sort of land mark that they’re close to that we can narrow down where we’re responding to,” he said. “We’re fortunate in the sense that our lake isn’t too terribly big that we can’t find people if they’re in trouble,” said Wielgosz. “If you don’t have your required safety equipment such as throw lines, or an anchor, or even life jackets for that matter, you’re…putting yourself and others at risk,” said Wielgosz.

2018 Emergency Preparedness Open House

Hundreds of residents came down to the Emergency Preparedness Open House May 12 at the Fire Hall. Photo by Jeremy Broadfield

Four-year-old Easton Potts gives the RCMP Safety Bear a hug at the Emergency Preparedness Open House May 12 at the Fire Hall. Photo by Jeremy Broadfield


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Coul Your Jets As part of my ongoing quest to visit all the new craft breweries popping up in Alberta, I made an overnight trip to Lethbridge this past weekend. Heading south on the QE2 highway on Saturday morning, I made it to Lethbridge by lunchtime, meeting up with an old friend who acted as both tour guide and innkeeper for my brief visit. Experienced boozers may recognize Lethbridge as the home of Old Style Pilsner, which has been brewed from the original recipe since 1926. Many a drinking game has been played trying to count all the rabbits on the label, first conceived at Sick’s Brewery, and maintained when the brewery was acquired by Molson in 1958. History buffs may even recall that modern-day Lethbridge was once the site of the infamous Fort Whoop-Up, a lawless whisky trading post in those frontier days of 1869. The North-West Mounted Police, predecessors of the RCMP, brought law and order to the region in 1874, decreasing the illicit whisky trade to more moderate levels, but were unable to stamp it out entirely, until the fort was eventually destroyed by fire and floods.

Despite all the authentic booze history that Lethbridge has to offer, I was not there to relive the days of yore, but to sip directly from the brass teats of the recently opened craft breweries. Lethbridge is currently home to two craft breweries, with several more in the planning stages. Theoretically Brewing opened its doors in December of 2015, marking the end of a 25 year dry spell since the Molson plant closed its doors in 1990, sending the production of Old Style Pilsner to a Molson facility in Ontario. Theoretically Brewing is the brainchild of a biochemistry professor at the U of L, who went pro after homebrewing for 20 years. With a 500 litre brew house, Theoretically Brewing is classified as a nanobrewery, and usually brews twice a week, transferring from the brew kettle to one of a bank of five fermenters for conditioning and eventual bottling. I sampled the Study Buddy Hefeweizen and the BHB (Black Hole Beer) Stout straight from the taps in the tasting room, but they can be also found in bottles at select Co-op and Sobey’s liquor stores throughout the

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Lakeside Libations province. The Hefeweizen had the classic banana and clove flavours from the distinctive yeast strain, with a light spiciness and malty sweetness on the finish. An easy drinking summer beer with very little hop bitterness, it is approachable by macrobrew drinkers and beer snobs alike. The BHB (Black Hole Beer) Stout, so named because it is so dark that not even light can escape, has loads of roasted grains and burnt chocolate aromas, followed by flavours of smoke and coffee from the hefty malt bill. After visiting the Theoretically Brewing tap room, I ventured across town to the Coulee Brew Company, which opened its doors in January 2016. Unlike its nano-sized neighbour, Coulee Brew Company is a large-scale professional brewery, staffed with experienced brewers, and churned out half a million litres of of frosty goodness in their first year. The shiny and new brewery has even attracted the attention of fledgling breweries in the province, several of whom have turned to Coulee for contract brewing services while

their own breweries are still under construction. While Coulee produces a surprisingly large amount of beer for such a new brewery, they built the facility with plenty of room for future expansion, so the dual revenue streams of contract brewing and their own branded production can continue to grow for quite some time. My favourite was the Red Coat Trail Extra Special Amber, with plenty of caramelized malt flavours, followed by toasted grains and moderate hop bitterness on the finish. My drinking companion preferred the HooDoo Hops IPA, with plenty of citrus aromas on the nose, but with less hop bitterness than a typical IPA, nicely balanced with lighter malts for an easy-drinking beer on a hot day. With six flagship brews and a rotating selection of seasonals, Coulee has a brew for you. Thanks to wide distribution, you can find several Coulee brews at the Sobey’s Liquor in Chestermere, and pretty much anywhere else that beer is sold in Alberta. Look for them at your local bottle shop!


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Baljinder Sull, M.C Registered Provisional Psychologist

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Weeds, Robots, and Flame Throwers Our garden is coming up and so are the weeds. Among the tulips and irises you’ll find the excited growth of other unwanted plants. Green little shoots that look simple today but may one day choke out the veggies and flowers. It’s our job to get out into the garden and save it from being overrun. It’s our pleasure to care for and tend to this garden. But weeding is hard work and this is where technology comes to the ‘rescue’. Inventors have created a little robot that allows gardeners to walk away from their weed problems. The robot has little off-road wheels, and like a robotic vacuum, it zips around the yard with a little mini flail, chopping and shredding weeds (and other small plants). Another innovation is a weed flame thrower. Charged up with butane, this wand allows you to burn any unwanted plant, leaving only smoke and char in its path. Robots and flamethrowers; the gardeners’ best friends. I asked Lyndon Penner what he thought of these innovations. He is the author of numerous books about gardening in Alberta and has

often appeared on the radio to talk about gardening. In no uncertain terms he was clear: these miss the whole point of gardening. His answer was surprising. He said, “When I go out into the garden I am touching something that is real and vital and alive. A garden is not something I bought in a factory, you can’t upload a garden, you can’t download a different season, there are whole rhythms of weather and sunshine. There is a sense that we are a part of it, but we cannot control it. When we control it we miss something important going on here. Gardeners tend to their garden, and enjoy it. They don’t lord over it.” Lyndon Penner believes that gardening is hands-on work. We can only learn about, know, and enjoy our garden in meaningful ways if we are in the garden, up close, and working within its limits. My wife Kelly was about to pull out a bunch of weeds when she discovered that they were not weeds, but a valuable flowering plant that had sprouted up in that area. If she had sent in a robot or a flame thrower, she would have missed all of the beauty that was emerging in simple

and sublime ways. Similarly, the wellbeing of our neighbourhoods must be in our attentive hands if it is to thrive. It is easier to believe that the government or some un-named entity or technology will make our community better. But two things happen when we leave the health of our community up to those who are not close to our place. First, we miss the joy of being a part of a beautiful, growing interconnected neighbourhood of people. When we stand back, we no longer become participants but observers. Secondly, small and important corners of our neighbourhood might never be nurtured if we do not see and celebrate it together. It takes a community to build a community, for the sake of community. May we never relegate the health of our neighbourhoods and city to a hands-off task. May we know the joy of connecting with our community and sharing in the hope of creating something beautiful together. Your place matters, how will you get out and into your neighbourhood this year?

Culture of Silence:

The Negative Impact of Stigma and Discrimination on Mental Health There are many public initiatives and awareness campaigns regarding mental health; however, attitudes within most societies and cultures frequently foster stigma and discrimination. Misunderstandings surrounding mental health are widespread, and despite the effective treatments, there is still the belief that some individuals may be untreatable, or simply need to deal with the issues on their own. One in five Canadians will experience a mental health problem every year. That’s about 7 million of us. Yet, despite the prevalence, mental health continues to be met with stigma in hospitals, workplaces, schools, rural and urban communities, and even among close friends and families. In 2001, the World Health Organization (WHO) identified stigma and discrimination towards individuals with mental health concerns as, “the single most important barrier to overcome in the community.” According to WHO and the World Economic Forum (WEF), these concerns represent the biggest economic burden of any health issue in the world, costing $2.5 trillion in 2010. It is projected to cost $6 trillion by 2030, with two thirds of the costs attributed to disability and loss of work. How does culture affect our understanding of mental

health? Culture is a shared set of beliefs, meanings, values, and behaviours through which experience is interpreted and carried out. It is the ‘lens’ through which we see the world. Our cultural beliefs contribute to our attitudes, or pre-existing ideas we may have about mental health. Negative beliefs, or stigma, reinforce stereotypes and discrimination toward individuals with mental health concerns. For example, studies show the use of language and terms such as ‘crazy,’ ‘weird,’ or ‘different’ can fuel stereotypes that may negatively impact whether or not people choose to access services. The social effects can result in abuse, isolation, exclusion, poor social supports, low self-esteem, and low quality of life. Culture of silence around mental health Openly talking about mental health may be very difficult, and silence is an active barrier. Silence can reinforce negative labels, stigma, and shame, which can result in reluctance for people to access resources. We have to ask ourselves why we are okay with discussing physical health concerns, yet struggle to talk openly about mental health. In Asia for example, where many cultures value conformity to norms, emotional self-control, and family recognition through

achievement, mental health concerns and clinical diagnoses are often stigmatized. This may be viewed as socially damaging and regarded as a source of shame. In some cultures, there is the belief that depression is a ‘personal weakness,’ and that an individual struggling with it can just ‘get through it.’ Stigma can be so extreme in some cultures, it is thought to reflect poorly on family lineage, can diminish marriage and economic prospects for family members also, and pose risk to a family’s reputation and status. What can you do? Education is the first step toward combating stigma. People need to be equipped with appropriate tools to help themselves and others when dealing with mental health concerns. Reducing stigma requires making a change toward acceptance, respect, and equal treatment of people. Struggling with mental health is not a choice, and it can affect anyone regardless of gender, age, SES, or background. Recovery is possible with appropriate treatment, education, and support. Take the time to be proactive about your mental health matters and to be supportive of family and friends who may be suffering. Together, we are stronger.


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Registration will open June 1st to all eligible families living within the defined CMHA boundaries and close July 15th, anyone registering after this date will be put on a waiting list.

All families are required to carry a 2018-2019 CRCA Membership BEFORE registering.

ROCKIES HOCKEY LEAGUE was voted in at our AGM so you can register in the non-contact league. You can ONLY register for one or the other.

 NEW TO MINOR HOCKEY - IF YOUR CHILD HAS NEVER PLAYED BEFORE You must first complete the Respect in Sport Parent Program found on Hockey Alberta’s website Photocopy of players’ birth certificate is also required when registering for the FIRST time.  NEW TO CHESTERMERE - We require Parent Declaration Form & proof of residence sent to our Registrar at registrar@chestermereminorhockey.com A transfer will be initiated and once completed the registrar will provide you with the next steps. If you have moved from another province you will be required to complete the Respect in Sport Parent Program. If you plan to volunteer as Coach, Assistant Coach, Manager or Bench Staff for your child's team - you also need to register online the same way!

Our data is only as good as it is entered so please check and double check what you enter. It is overwriting the current information in the system.

***NEW *** TO AVOID THE $100 LATE FEE COMPLETE YOUR REGISTRATION BY JULY 15TH (excludes Tiny Mite, Peewee AA, & Junior). Registration is not considered complete until accepted by the CMHA Registrar and all required documentation and payments have been received. If payments, including post-dated cheques, have not been received on time, you are not registered and will not be allowed on the ice for evaluations until all deficiencies are cleared up.

PAYMENT INFORMATION If paying by cheque, a deposit of $100 is mandatory to hold your spot along with the post-dated cheques. PAYPAL Our Paypal system has been configured to accept recurring or installment payments, but they must be set up in the system. POST-DATED CHEQUE DATES CHEQUES made out to CMHA Deposit of $100 (NOT post-dated) to hold your spot – Divide remainder of fees by: 2 cheques dated SEPT. 30 & OCT. 31 or 4 cheques dated AUG. 30, SEPT. 30, OCT. 31, NOV.30 The last cheque dated no later than November 30. CMHA can extend payments BUT MUST be discussed with the Registrar. REGISTRATION LEVELS AND COST Fees include: Individual & team picture and team socks. Fees do not include tournament costs. A player’s division (Initiation, Novice, etc.) is determined by birth year. See chart below. Division

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If enrollment is high, the player could be put on a waiting list. Please see our Registration guidelines. All players that are trying out for AAA or AA hockey must register with Chestermere Minor Hockey. If you make the team you are trying out for then you must notify the registrar@chestermereminorhockey.comm in writing for a refund.

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Non-contact hockey now an option for Chestermere bantams By Ian Busby The participation rate decreases for kids heading into bantam hockey, and it’s not hard to figure out the reason, so the Chestermere Minor Hockey Association is trying to fix that. While the CMHA will still ice teams that compete in the Central Alberta Hockey League, they will add ones for the Rockies Hockey League this upcoming season. The RHL is non-contact for bantam and midget, so the CMHA will have teams in both division, giving teenagers who aren’t interested in the more physical game a new option to stay within the association. “When you get to bantam and there is body-checking, it turns some kids off,” said CMHA president Shane Hainstock. “We want to keep them playing. “We put an ad on our website and had an information session last month, and we had people whose kids who hadn’t registered for hockey in Chestermere there. “These are kids who have skated but never played organized hockey and now they are interested in playing. That’s a good thing. Our registration numbers

increase next season giving this option.” The CMHA would like to be inclusive and give everyone a chance to play the game, so this is a way to get more kids involved heading into their adult years. There is much less of a burden on travel as well, as the Rockies has teams from Cochrane, Canmore, Banff, Airdrie and Okotoks. The CMHA will have teams in the RML for younger divisions as well, and the number of them will depend on interest. Hainstock feels there should be enough registration to move forward right away. “We’re not sure how many teams we will have,” Hainstock said. “We project one team in midget, one in bantam, two teams in peewee and two in atom. That’s what we project for the number of teams for each one but that may change depending on new registrants or kids want to play hockey that way. “This is a pilot year for us to see where we are at. When we gather some information from this year and possibly the next season, we will refine how we’re going to set our teams in both leagues.”

A few weeks ago we missed the award winners for midget and junior-C divisions of the Chestermere Minor Hockey Association. Here they are: Midget 1A Most sportsmanlike: Bryce McPherson Most improved: Brody Lester Most dedicated: Nolan Bailey Players choice award: Tyler Tillapaugh Midget 2B Most sportsmanlike: Jordan Hassett Most improved: Carson Rawlysuk Most dedicated: Bryson White Players choice award: Cole Ross Midget 3C Most sportsmanlike: Joshua Mutch Most improved: Caiden Watson Most dedicated: Tyler Gingras Players choice award: Tyler Gingras Jr C Most sportsmanlike: Dylan Maisonneuve Most improved: Zach VanVlaanderen Most dedicated: Josh Rains Players choice award: Mark Anderson


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Eighth Annual “Markus Lavallee” SGA Cup

Submitted by T. Smith (Teacher) Floor hockey fans were treated to a fun afternoon at the annual SGA Cup at St. Gabriel the Archangel School on Friday, May 11th . Ten teams joined in the action packed tournament. As always, the spirit was evident and the team uniforms were the best ever. This year many teams paid tribute to the Humboldt hockey team. After round robin play, there were four teams to advance. The final game saw a talented group of boys, “Flint Tropics” versing a strong team called “Cheap Shots 5.0”. In the end, “Cheap Shots 5.0” claimed the coveted cup. This year’s spirit award could have gone to a number of teams. However, the teams of “Flint Tropics” and “Fourth Line Grinders” claimed the spirit award as a result of their enthusiasm and joy while playing in the tournament, along with their awesome uniforms. We know that our friend, Markus, was smiling down on this great day. Thanks to everyone who supported this awesome event. As always, we look very forward to the “Markus Lavallee” SGA Cup next May!

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MONDAY, May 14, 2018 This is another busy sports week, as well as CHS Graduation Ceremonies on Thursday and Friday. TRACK The track team has been working hard to prepare for the 2018 season. The Rocky View Championship was held on Monday, May 14 at Foothills Track in Calgary. Top two finishers will advance to the South Central Zone Championships on May 22nd. Results next week. RUGBY UPDATE Due to a shortage of certified referees, the RVSA Rugby 7’S Championships have been postponed. The event will now take place on Monday, June 4th, at Genesis Field in Airdrie. LAKERS BOYS SOCCER The boys soccer team played Springbank last week, despite a 2-1 Loss, The Lakers played a great game. With no substitutes, the boys played with determination and refused to give up on the game despite going down 2-0. Our boys pushed right up to the final whistle. In their second game the Lakers managed a 5-5 draw last night in an exhibition against Bow Valley High School. Jugraj Gill had 4 of the goals with Fahad Khan getting the other, to continue the trend of improving with each game. The boys were down 5-2 at one point but managed to fight their way back into the game in true Lakers fashion.

COWBOYS FOOTBALL Anyone looking to become a Cowboy for the 2018 season is welcome to participatein spring camp which is starting up in full swing on Tuesday, May 22nd. Practices will run May 22-25 and May 28-31st from 4:00-5:30. June 1st at 7 PM we will have a scrimmage with Strathmore High School at Utley Field. Practices will resume from June 4-8 from 4:00-5:30 and the spring season will end with a Jamboree in Cochrane at Spray Lakes Field. Anyone currently enrolled at Chestermere High School in grades 10 and 11 as well as any grade 9 athletes from CHS feeder schools are invited to come out. Any Cowboys alumni who want to come out and see what is going on with the Cowboys and say hello are invited to drop by practice. COWBOYS FOOTBALL Congratulations to Alen Cekic and Reid McRuvie on making the Calgary Colts Junior football team. Both young men are deserving of getting a chance to play in a very competitive Prairie Football Conference. Receiver Alen, a 3 time Rocky View all-star, Rocky View Rookie of the Year, and Cowboys Offensive and Team MVP, will be reunited with his brother Deni on the Colts roster. Reid, a 2 time Cowboys lineman of the year, and a league all-star in his senior year, will join Deni on the defensive line . Good luck to both Cowboys in your post secondary careers. We know you will make the Cowboys proud.


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Chestermere novice hockey adopting new rules early By Ian Busby

Changes are coming to novice hockey in Canada, but Chestermere kids will be the early adopters. Hockey Canada is adjusting the way novice games will be competed for the 2019-2020 season, but the Chestermere Minor Hockey Association will get ahead of the curve and institute the new system a year early. For the upcoming fall season, the novice division will be split into 2010- and 2011-born players, with the younger group adopting the new system so they are prepared for the full change next year. The older novice players will still play under the old system. “What they are doing is making it more developmental,” said CMHA president Shane Hainstock. “There won’t be full games, it will be half ice. “Players will be on the ice more, approximately twice as much compared to a fullice game. You will be able to develop more goalies, because you will be dressing two goalies per game. “You will play four-onfour instead of five-on-five. There’s really no faceoffs, just one at the beginning of halfs. You are playing two games really, as the teams will switch sides halfway through. You are playing half the team on one side and half of the team on the other side.” Seeing as how the kids are smaller, they should fit bet-

ter on a smaller ice surface. Because of a tight space, they will be forced to work on puckhandling, passing and turning on their skates. “The stats are showing that there is three times more passing,” Hainstick said. “And it’s a tighter game, so they work the edges of their skates more because it’s a smaller area.” The biggest benefit though is for getting interest in kids playing goal. There is a shortage of goalies through minor hockey systems in Alberta, so much so that Hockey Calgary has set up goalie camps the past few years to get kids interested in getting between the pipes. The CMHA is hoping that with more novice players able to try playing goal, the more will want to continue once they graduate to atom and beyond. Right now, there are just enough goalies to cover all the teams throughout the levels of minor hockey. In bantam, there were four goalies for the four teams, while atom had six netminders and six teams. In midget, five goalies covered the

three teams, and in peewee there were nine goalies over six teams. Those weren’t good ratios and leaves very little wiggle room if one of them is sick or away. “At the novice level they have it so there are no set goalies,” Hainstock said. “The way it’s set up there are 20 games in this new format so there are 40 opportunities for kids to play in goal, just in their proposed game ratio to practice. “It’s 2-to-1 games to practices. It’s perfect for development. If you have a team of 16 kids, there are some that won’t want to play, but there are many that will want to try it, and it’s a good opportunity to get a couple of practices in and then play in the game.” The CMHA has been talking to other associations to see which ones will be adopting the new regulations for this upcoming season, and they will be looking at hosting a ‘jamboree’ at the start of the campaign to get things moving.

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Catch the Next Wave a Social Club for people 50+ years Guests & New Members Welcomed! Office Hours: Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays 9:30 am to 12:00 noon (Located at the South end of the Recreation Centre) Phone: 403-235-2117 Email: chestermerewhitecappers@shaw.ca

SPECIAL EVENTS Tuesday, May 29th – Annual General Meeting – Members only. Doors open at 4:30 pm. Dinner at 5:30 pm. $5/person. Meeting starts at 6:45 pm. Sign-up sheet on bulletin board. ******************************************************** REGULAR WEEKLY PROGRAMS DROP-IN COFFEE HOURS: Monday, Wednesday and Saturday mornings 10:00 am. Drop by for coffee, cookie and a chat; share some laughs! MONDAYS: CHAIR YOGA – Changed to 11:30am – 12:30pm. Everyone Welcome! Drop-in. No Charge for members and $2 for non-members. CARPET BOWLING – 1:00pm. More players are welcome! BRIDGE – 1:00pm – Guests Welcome! TUESDAYS: CRIBBAGE FUN NIGHT - First Tuesday of every month – 6:30 pm $5/person Everyone welcome! New Players and All Levels of Skill WALKING GROUP - 10:00 –11:00 am - Drop In-No Charge. Now walking outdoors. Meet at the Whitecappers facility. TOONIE TUESDAYS LINE DANCING – Changed to 11:15 am. No charge for Members and $2/non-member. No sign-up. Drop-in. Great workout & mind exercise. WEDNESDAYS: CHAIR YOGA – 1:00pm – 2:00pm. Everyone Welcome! Drop-in. No Charge for members and $2 for non-members. THURSDAYS: QUILTING – Starts at 9:30am – Making “Comfort Quilts” donated to charities WALKING GROUP - 10:00 –11:00 am - Drop In-No Charge. Now walking outdoors. Meet at the Whitecappers facility. ARTISANS OF CHESTERMERE – 1:00pm – 3:30pm - All levels of skill! SCRAPBOOKING – starting at 1:00 pm. Everyone welcome! Bring your own projects/ materials and share any ideas over coffee! FRIDAYS: SENIORS’ CHAIR EXERCISES – 11:00am – 12:00 pm - Focus is on Strength & Balance. Drop In Class! $2 for members and $4 for non-members. NEW!! TAI CHI INTRODUCTORY CLASSES – 1:00 pm – Drop in. No Charge for members and $2 for non-members. Wear comfortable clothing. FRIDAY NIGHT GAMES – Starts at 6:30pm - Come enjoy a night of games and socialize! SATURDAYS: POOL & SHUFFLEBOARD – Starts at 7:00 pm – Everyone welcome! And the more the merrier! NOTE: Cancelled until further notice. COME SEE WHAT’S NEW AT THE WHITECAPPERS!

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Recreation Centre THE SPRING/SUMMER PROGRAM BROCHURE IS NOW AVAILABLE ON OUR WEBSITE. MISSED REGISTRATION? LATE REGISTRATIONS CAN BE PRORATED! FOR MORE INFO CALL 403-272-7170 OR GO TO WWW.CHESTERMERECRCA.COM Register on line at www.chestermerecrca.com or at the Rec Centre Main Office. 18 HOLES OF FUNDRAISER GOLF TOURNAMENT Join us June 14, 2018 for our 2nd Annual Golf Tournament at Lakeside Greens. Price includes green fees, cart, prizes & lunch $135 per player / $540 per team. Team captain must register and pay by calling the office at 403-272-7170 or register in person at the CRCA office. *Sponsorship opportunities available. Call 403-272-7170 or email manager@chestermerecrca.com. YOUTH CAMPS FOR AGES 12 – 15 YRS The CRCA is excited to offer 2 week-long camps focusing on leadership and community involvement. Camps will run from 10 – 4 pm Mon to Fri on July 9th to 13th and July 23rd to 27th. Cost for each week will be $150.00 and registration will start May 23rd. Please watch the CRCA website and the Anchor for more info or email recreation@chestermerecrca.com CRCA SUMMER DAYCAMPS Be Active & Engaged at our 9 weeks of Summer Fun Camps! July 3 – Aug 31 Chestermere Rec Centre Ages 6 - 12 yrs 8:30 – 4:30 Off Site Field Trips Thurs. Best Deal: $1950.00 for 9 wks includes Pre & Post Care for CRCA Members Weekly: M $225/wk or NM $250/wk Week 1 & 6 - $180.00 M / $205.00 NM Pre Camp Care 6:30 – 8:30 am M $25.00 / NM $30.00 per Week Post Camp Care 4:30 – 6:00 pm M $20.00 / NM $25.00 per Week Daily Camp 8:30 – 4:30: M $50.00 NM $55.00 Thurs Field Trip Days M $60.00 NM $65.00 Daily PreCamp Care: M $5.00 / NM $6.00 - Daily PostCamp Care: M $4.00 / NM $5.00 CRCA PRESCHOOL CAMPS Ages 3 – 5 Games, activities, crafts, outdoor play and lots of fun! Wednesdays & Fridays 9 am – 12 pm Rec Centre MPP Room July 11 and 13 /“L’il Cowpokes” July 25 & 27 /“Mini Musicians” Aug 8 & 10/“Outdoor and Nature Adventures” Aug22 & 24/“Under the Sea” Cost for 2-day camp: CRCA Members $60.00 NM $85.00 CRCA OUTDOOR SPORTBALL SOCCER Ages 2 – 4 Intro to the fundamentals of the game. May 12/14/24 – June 23/25/28 No May 19/21 Parent & Tot 2 – 3 yrs (45 min) Mon 6:00 pm or Thurs 6:00 pm or Sat 9:30 am Unparented 3 -4 yrs (1 hour)Mon 5:00 or 6:45 pm OR Thurs 5:00 or 6:45 pm OR Sat 10:15 or 11:15 am CRCA Members $120 N M $145 (Ball and Tshirt included) CRCA AQUASICE CLASSES Ages 13+ All classes can be adapted for all levels of fitness! Mon AM: 8:30 – 9:25 OR 9:30 am – 10:25 am PM: 7 – 7:55 pm Friday: 10-10:55 am May 25th/28th – June 22nd/25th Fee: CRCA Members $60.00 NM $85.00 (plus GST) CRCA FRIDAY NIGHT FRIENDS Fri June 1st 6:30 – 8:00 pm Main Hall No Charge Connecting families with special needs children with each other. This will be an opportunity for the kids to play and parents or caregivers to network. FAMILY GAMING NIGHT Fri June 15th Lots of fun for the family. Video games & board games. Bring your own or try one of ours! 7 – 9:30 Rec Centre MPP Room JELLY BEAN BEACH BASH DANCE FOR GRADES 3 – 8 Fri June 22nd 7:00 – 9:30 Rec Centre Main Hall $7


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Gentle Yoga Friday, May 11 & Monday, May 14 at 12:00-1:00 pm Certified yoga instructor, Elann Anderson facilitates this $5 drop-in program of gentle movement and yoga poses. Please wear comfortable clothing and bring a yoga mat. Please note, Gentle Yoga will be cancelled on Wednesday, May 16. Stories to Go! Tuesdays, May 15 & 29, 10:15-10:45 am Join us for special stories on location at Camp Chestermere (1041 East Lakeview Road), alternating Tuesdays. Conversation Club Tuesdays at 1:00-2:00pm Practice your English speaking and listening skills in a casual setting. Coffee is provided, no registration is required. Drop-In Pre-school Storytime Fridays at 10:15-10:45am Come to the Library every Friday for stories, songs and fun for your little ones.. Mother’s Day Craft Friday, May 11, 10:45-11:15am Stick around after storytime to make a precious memento for Mother’s Day. Summer Hours Beginning May 13th Our summer hours begin Sunday, May 13th. We will be closed on Sundays throughout the summer. For more information about what’s happening at the Library, check our website and sign up for our newsletter online or pick up a newsletter next time you’re in. Don’t forget to follow and like us on our Facebook and Twitter pages. This Week Thursday, May 10 7:00 pm Library Board Meeting Friday, May 11 10:15 – 10:45 am Pre-school Storytime 10:45 – 11:15 am Mother’s Day Craft 12:00 – 1:00 pm Gentle Yoga Summer hours begin Sunday, May 13 Monday, May 14 12:00 – 1:00 pm Gentle Yoga 1:30 – 6:00 pm Quiet Study at the Library 7:00 pm Word Basics Tuesday, May 15 10:15 – 10:45 am Stories to Go! at Camp Chestermere 1:00 – 2:00 pm ESL Conversation Club 7:00 – 8:00 pm Knitting and Crocheting Wednesday, May 16 Library Closed for staff training LIBRARY HOURS: 10:00 am - 9:00 pm Monday - Thursday Friday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm Saturday 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Sunday CLOSED Chestermere Public Library 105B Marina Road Chestermere, Alberta T1X 1V7 403-272-9025 www.chestermerepubliclibrary.com

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Groups & Clubs Lakeside Quilters’ Guild Meeting each month at the Chestermere Recreation Centre on the first Wednesday of each month. Sew days are on the third Wednesday of each month and a sew Saturday each month, excluding summer. Quilting experience not required, new members welcome. For more information please contact Carole at 403-519-0379. St. Gabriel the Archangel Knights of Columbus (14492) Meets on the second Thursday of each month at St. Gabriel the Archangel High School library. Meetings start at 7:00 pm. Must be a member to attend regular council meeting. Inquiries can be emailed to (Jeff) jgdesrochers@gmail.com or call Patrick @ 403-9230099. 2018 Chestermere Seniors’ Week, Celebrating 55 + The Chestermere Seniors’ Week Committee is already planning for next year’s Seniors’ Week, June 4-10 2018. Building on the success of the past 2 years is not difficult as the committee prepares for new programs, activities and events to make next year even bigger and better. We invite not only the retired seniors to participate but also the younger ‘seniors in training’ that are 55+. 2017 saw a jump in donations, sponsors and most importantly, volunteers. The committee is grateful to all the businesses and organizations that support Chestermere Seniors’ Week. If you wish to volunteer or share your ideas or suggestions for 2018, please contact Holly at 403-272-1338 or woodbhtt@shaw.ca The Rotary Club Of Chestermere Meets the 2nd and 4th Wednesday Mornings from 7:00am - 8:00am at Crazy Pasta, 320 West Creek Drive, Chestermere.($12.00 Breakfast Buffet) Everyone welcome! Please email rotarychestermere@gmail.com or check out our website at www.rotarychestermere.org for more information. The Chestermere Fine Art Guild is having their annual Art Show and Sale on Saturday May 12th, from 10 am to 4 pm, at the Chestermere Recreational Centre in the MPP room, on the main floor. Please come and see what we have been working on for the past year. The Walking Connection It’s a great way to connect with other people in your community, improve your mental health and to get some fresh air and gentle exercise. Meets every Thursday between 1:30 – 3:00 Ongoing The group meets in front of the Chestermere Public Library, at the gazebo in good weather. Includes: a gentle walk, coffee & connection. There is no charge for this group and we would love for you to join us.(However, coffee is at your own expense) For more information call Yvonne Harris at 403 365-5401 or email yvonne.harris@ahs.ca The Chestermere Lions Club Meets the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month, September to June at the Chestermere Rec Centre at 7pm. Check out our website at e-clubhouse.org/sites/Chestermere/ or \ email us for more information at chestermerelc@gmail.com Chestermere Lakeside Kruzers Car Club Lakeside Kruzers Cruise in/ Show & Shine, Touring / Cruising, 135 Chestermere Station Way, Chestermere, Alberta Safeway Parking Lot Chestermere. Hosted by Lakeside Kruzers Lakesidekruzers@gmail. com Cruise in/Show and Shine are held on the 3rd Tuesday of the month,starting May 22nd thru Sept 18th, 2018. No entry fee, 50 /50 draw proceeds to local charity. CONTACT: Bob Curzon Bcurzon745@gmail.com PH: CELL: 587-999-5895


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Provincial News Leela Sharon Aheer UCP MLA Hello Chestermere! Happy Belated Mother’s Day to all the wonderful Moms. I hope your families spoiled you and that you had some time to enjoy the beautiful weather out on a patio somewhere with your family and friends. As always the gift of time far surpasses any gift in the world, but I am very grateful to my hubby and my boys for the amazing banana caramilk pancakes to start off my day. We hope you were able to take in many of the fantastic events in our wonderful little city. The Fine Art Guild had their spectacular show, and the talent is just overwhelming. Thank you to those of you who show us your life, emotions and interpretations through this medium, it is truly inspiring. We also attended the Emergency Services Open House and visited with our amazing first responders. Hopefully you had

time to stop by Lifepath for their customer appreciation BBQ, and to enjoy great music by Taken by Sanity. I performed along with Taken By Sanity in May 2016 for the Feed The Need Fundraiser at NoFrills and lead singer Jonah Morris and Blaine and Blair Stillman are better than ever. Thanks to Jed Snatic and the entire Lifepath team for giving back to our community. We also hope you were able to make it to the Knights of Columbus Surf and Turf who this year were fundraising for the CRCA. I was unable to attend as I was working backstage at the Jubilee Auditorium for The Show season finale, something I have been doing for years. What a busy and incredible day. Ok, now the fun stuff. Electricity and what is happening with your government with respect to that. As I write this the total electricity being generated in Alberta is 8600 megawatts. Alberta wind facilities have a theoretical “capacity” of 1445 megawatts. However, wind is actually producing 369 megawatts right now, or 4.29% of demand. The NDP Government wants to bring renewables, primarily wind, to 30% of our total “capacity” and is planning to pay for that “capacity” with your tax

dollars. The government as it brings new renewables on line to our grid, will subsidize anything below 3.7 cents per kilowatt-hour, and right now that is a 10 million dollar subsidy per year. On its own, 3.7 cents is highly competitive with natural gas, but remember this deal is backstopped with your tax dollars and creates a false market. The question we should be asking is how much is the government willing to pay to keep these companies going? Is the market deciding? Are the dollars coming out of the carbon tax? How does it work? In the grand scheme of things, with wind at 3.7 cents per kilowatt hour, it seems like a great deal, but the question is what are you willing to pay? The Minister of Energy has extraordinary powers to bring renewables on line without debate in the legislature. She is able to do what ever deal she needs in conjunction with the Minister of Finance, and then subsidize the grid however she sees fit. How much will transmission cost? We don’t know! There is no transparency as to how this will work, and certainly no respect for your hardearned tax dollars. We are looking at insufficient, highly variable production, with high produc-

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tion costs. Remember, the wind does not always blow, and that means some other type of generation has to kick in to keep our lights on and our houses warm. Remember, the NDP is getting rid of our reliable, efficient, low cost coal fired generation and is planning on paying further billions to generators for backstop ”capacity”. This is a serious problem but don’t take my word for it: go to http://ets.aeso.ca/ets_web/ ip/Market/Reports/CSDReportServlet which updates every 5 minutes or so. Whoops, now wind is at 343 out of 8634 megawatts , or 3.97 % of our power needs. Watch the wind component for a day or so. Ask yourself if you want to rely on something that varies on a minute by minute basis for 30% of our power needs, and ask yourself if you want to be paying for wind “capacity” when it is cold, dark, and calm. Many experts have warned that 30% renewables will create a highly unstable grid. Blackouts at 30 degrees below zero, anyone? The festival of Vaisakhi is wonderful, colourful festival that brings the Indian community together. Vaisakhi represents the beauty and the bounty of the harvest and is marked with a parade to bring the communities

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together to celebrate. This past weekend, the Sikh community celebrated the Nagar Kirtan where there is a procession of singing holy songs. People of all ages come together, provide free meals, and showcase their culture by through giving and sharing with open hearts. Happy Vaisakhi! Constituency Associations are the backbone of any political party and since the electoral boundaries have been redrawn there will be some new ones to be established. In the next election, Chestermerians will be voting in the new riding of Chestermere Strathmore. I have registered as a candidate for the nomination as your UCP candidate. Remember, in order to vote in the upcoming meetings to establish the United Conservative Party Constituency Association for the new riding of Chestermere – Strathmore, and then to vote in any Nomination contest, you MUST be a UCP member! To join the UCP for the bargain price of $10, check your membership status, or find out more call or text 587-429-6465 or email voteleela@gmail.com. As always we love to hear from you!

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Case closed By Kyla Brewer TV Media There’s something about courtroom drama that has fascinated TV viewers for decades. Such shows often rank among the most popular prime-time programs, even among today’s fickle audiences. As one legal drama wraps up for the season, ambitious young lawyers argue their cases in the high-profile “Mother Court” of the United States. Attorneys are put to the test as they face off in the Southern District of New York Federal Court in the season finale of “For the People,” airing Tuesday, May 22, on ABC. All eyes are on the lawyers as they tackle some of the most controversial cases in the nation, but they refuse to back down until justice is served. Created by Paul William Davies (“Scandal”), the 10-episode Shondaland production stars Vondie Curtis-Hall (“Chicago Hope”) as Chief Judge Nicholas Byrne, Hope Davis (“About Schmidt,” 2002) as lead public defender Jill Carlan, and Ben Shenkman (“Royal Pains”) as Assistant U.S. Attorney Roger Gunn. The talented group of young lawyers includes Jasmin Savoy Brown (“The Leftovers”) as Allison Adams, Susannah Flood (“Law & Order: Special THURSDAY PRIMETIME 6 PM

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ratings in its Tuesday night time-slot in the key 18-to-29-year-old demographic in five months, with more than 3.2 million viewers in the U.S. In fact, the show is now part of a Tuesday night lineup that’s earned ABC its longest winning streak in 11 years, thanks to a lead-in from comedies “Roseanne,” “The Middle,” “Black-ish” and “Splitting Up Together.”

Thursday Best Bet American Ninja Warrior KHQ 10 p.m.

Co-hosts Matt Iseman and Akbar Gbajabiamila bring viewers all of the action as competitors try to complete one of the world’s most intense obstacle courses in a new episode of “American Ninja Warrior,” airing Thursday, May 17, on NBC. The athletes with the best times move on in the competition.

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Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. CFCN KXLY 10 p.m.

Agent Coulson (Clark Gregg) leads the team on one last adventure in the season finale of “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,” airing Friday, May 18, on ABC and CTV. This season, the Agents and their allies tried to save the Earth from space after they found themselves stranded on a space station.

Ming-Na Wen from “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.”

Saturday Best Bet Fahrenheit 451 HBO 8 p.m.

Michael B. Jordan stars as Guy Montag, a “fireman” tasked with burning books in a dystopian future in the premiere of “Fahrenheit 451,” airing Saturday, May 19, on HBO. Based on Ray Bradbury’s classic science fiction novel, the film also stars Michael Shannon, Sofia Boutella and Lilly Singh.

Michael B. Jordan in “Fahrenheit 451”

Sunday Best Bet Madam Secretary

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As the president prepares for a retaliatory nuclear attack on a country, Elizabeth (Téa Leoni) and cabinet ministers brace for the consequences at home and abroad in the season finale of “Madam Secretary,” airing Sunday, May 20, on CBS and Global. Tim Daly also stars in this drama about the U.S. secretary of state. Téa Leoni in “Madam Secretary”

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The big moment finally arrives as host Ryan Seacrest announces this season’s winner in the special twohour finale of “American Idol,” airing Monday, May 21, on ABC. Celebrity judges Katy Perry, Luke Bryan and Lionel Richie guided this season’s contestants to stardom.

Ryan Seacrest hosts “American Idol”

Tuesday Best Bet Hancock

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Will Smith stars as unconventional superhero Hancock, whose lifestyle is more reminiscent of a rock star than a do-gooder in the action flick “Hancock,” airing Tuesday, May 22, on Fox. He soon encounters a publicrelations executive who wants to repair his disgraced image.

Will Smith in “Hancock”

Wednesday Best Bet Survivor: Ghost Island CICT KREM 9 p.m.

After more than 30 days of gruelling competition, the final castaways face a Tribal Council comprised of their peers in the season finale of “Survivor: Ghost Island,” airing Wednesday, May 23, on CBS and Global. After this season’s Sole Survivor is revealed, the castaways reunite to discuss their experiences.

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Muppet Babies

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When Rizzo the Rat arrives and makes a mess in the playroom, the only way the Muppet Babies can get him to stop is to defeat him in a dance-off. Summer is tired of being the smallest Muppet Baby and enlists Dr. Bunsen Honeydew and Beaker to help.

Leah wins a genie bottle pendant at a carnival and is surprised to find that her prize comes with a bonus: genies Shimmer and Shine. She makes a silly wish for a polka dot elephant. Things get complicated when Leah uses her wishes to hide the elephant.

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The Dinopaws all work together to create one super-special Sandipaw on the beach. When they realise the sea is going to come in and destroy it, Tony gets very upset, and Bob and Gwen decide they must stop the sea to save their Sandipaw.

Saturday

Sally and Nick are so excited to go ice-skating tomorrow that they can’t fall asleep. They learn how Boris gets ready for his long winter’s nap. Then, Sally’s little maple sapling hasn’t grown, so they go to meet Mr. Twiggles.

Tuesday

My Little Pony Friendship Is Magic

Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir

Fluttershy is the only pony available to look after the Manehattan boutique while Rarity is away and takes on a series of characters to cope with the intimidating clientele. Eventually she learns that she was already the best pony by being herself.

When park keepers banish him from feeding the pigeons, Mr. Ramier is transformed as Mr. Pigeon. Now able to communicate with the birds, he kidnaps the keepers and begins plans to turn Paris into a nature reserve for his bird friends.

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leading them to victory on both occasions. In 2016, Ronaldo netted the winning penalty kick when the match ended 1-1 after extra time against derby rival Atlético Madrid, and he scored two goals in a 4-1 victory over Juventus in 2017. Liverpool’s most recent Champions League final win came in 2005 when Steven Gerrard led the Reds to a famous victory in penalties after trailing by three goals at halftime. This season, Liverpool hasn’t skipped a beat since losing Philippe Coutinho in the transfer market, as Mohamed Salah has become the Reds’ top playmaker and has been critical during Liverpool’s success in Europe thus far, scoring 10 goals and assisting on four in the Champions League.

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Zoe has choreographed a special dance and she asks Alan to partner with Snuffy. But when Alan tries to lift Snuffy, Snuffy is just too heavy. Gina suggests they need to be a little creative to think of ways they can lift Snuffy.

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Reds and Blancos One of the biggest soccer games of the year is set for kick off at NSC Olimpiyskiy Stadium in Kyiv, Ukraine, to determine the winner of the 2018 UEFA Champions League. Real Madrid enters the contest as reigning champion and looks to “three-peat” — a term rarely used in the world of soccer — against a Liverpool side that looks more than capable of challenging the Galácticos in its first Champions League final appearance since 2007. Tune in Saturday, May 26, to catch live action of the Champions League final on Fox and TSN. Real Madrid has won the past two Champions League finals with its star player, Cristiano Ronaldo,

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Conan Despite Ronaldo’s impressive goal-scoring record of 15 goals in 12 matches, he is the only member of Real Madrid in the top 10 for scoring, whereas Liverpool has Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mané with a combined 29 goals. Real Madrid will need the likes of Karim Benzema, Isco and Lucas Vázquez to step up in the final game of the season and improve. Tune in Saturday, May 26, for final action between some of the best players in the world before they head to Russia for the FIFA World Cup, which begins the group stage on June 14. Catch the Champions League final on Fox and TSN to find out if Real Madrid can earn its third title in as many years, or whether Liverpool can upset the Spanish giant’s reign.

There’s a new royal baby. That’s exciting. Bookmakers are giving odds on the royal baby’s new name, and the name that came in dead last is “Wayne.” Which is too bad, because I’d love to hear the royal guards say, “Please rise for his royal highness, Lil Wayne.” President Trump tweeted that he may pardon someone because Sylvester Stallone asked him to. The pardon is for the guy who wrote “Rocky V.” He was sentenced to death!

The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon

Today, Americans celebrated “National Take Our Sons and Daughters to Work Day.” And tomorrow, kids will celebrate “New Appreciation for Going to School Day.”

Subway just announced that they’re closing 500 restaurants. People were stunned — they were like, “Subway considers itself a restaurant?”

The Late Show With Stephen Colbert

The president had a busy weekend, or rather his thumbs did, because the leader of the free world tweeted 25 times. I never thought I’d say this, but he should golf more.

The Late Late Show With James Corden

Amazon has introduced a new service which allows a delivery person to open the trunk of your automobile by tapping on a smartphone screen so that they can deliver packages to your parked car. That’s if you’ve got Amazon Prime. If you’re just a regular customer, you

have to open your sunroof and a drone drops it in from 10,000 feet.

Jimmy Kimmel Live

The president tweeted some weird stuff about Michael Cohen. Trump said he likes and respects Cohen and doesn’t see him “flipping” on him. Which, of course, warrants the question: you don’t see him flipping on you for what?

Late Night With Seth Meyers

The Senate today postponed the confirmation hearing for President Trump’s nominee to lead the Department of Veterans Affairs, Dr. Ronny Jackson, after allegations that Jackson overprescribed drugs. And I’m not surprised, since “Dr. Ronny” sounds like ‘70s slang for a guy who sells pills in the park.


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Interested in the Very Early History of the Chestermere area? All talks follow CHF meetings, the third Tuesday of the month at 7:30 PM at the Chestermere Public Library. Don’t forget to get a membership at the old fashioned price of $5 at the meeting or on the webpage http://chestermerehistoricalfoundation.org/ Formative 5 – Interested in early childhood development and would like to make Chestermere and South East Rocky View a great place for children and their families to live, play, and work? Join the coalition and make an impact to our children’s early years!

Synergy Creative Showcase We would like to formally invite you and your team to The Creative Showcase on June 2, 2018 at approximately 12PM. This event will take place at the Chestermere Regional Recreation Centre (201 West Chestermere Drive) for the people of Chestermere, Langdon and surrounding areas. This event that will allow people of all ages to present and showcase their talents, passions and skills whether it is performing on a stage, or creating a piece of art. We wanted to allow for more than just performers to be able to showcase their talents, as you would find at a regular talent show like this. This showcase will allow for people who are bringing pieces for display an opportunity to put them up for auction, of which the money will go towards Synergy so that they may use it in programming and what they see fit to use it for.

The Langdon OK Seniors Club would like to invite all community residents to attend our Pot Luck Supper and games night May 17, 6:30 at the Fieldhouse. Just bring your favorite dish. Start training now and join us for the Langdon Walk/Run on June 10, 2018. Register by May 28, 2018 to secure your race kit. Register at www.RaceRoster.com. May 2018

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Horoscope

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WEEK OF MAY 14, 2018 --ARIES (March 21 to April 19) Taking advice isn’t always easy for self-assured Rams and Ewes who think they know what’s best. But it wouldn’t hurt to listen to what close colleagues have to say. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) You know how to balance life’s practical aspects with the poetic. This gives you a special edge this week in both your professional endeavors and your personal life. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) Focus on keeping a balance between your home-related activities and your workplace responsibilities. Be mindful of both without obsessing over one or the other. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) A change in plans is likely as you discover more facts about a possible commitment. Continue to ask questions and, if you’re not sure about the answers, demand proof. LEO (July 23 to August 22) Be careful not to let that Leonine pride keep you from seeking wise, experienced counsel before making an important decision. A family member once again seeks your help. VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) That surge of Virgo energy drives you to take on more work assignments. Be careful you don’t overdo it, or you might find yourself overdone: i.e., burned out. LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) Your

decision to be upfront with colleagues on a touchy matter causes some consternation at first. But in the end, your honesty wins their trust and admiration. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) As in the past, someone again wants to share a secret with you, knowing it will be safe. But do you really want to be this person’s confidante? Think about it. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) As one of nature’s straight shooters, you seek to correct misconceptions about a project. Do so, of course, but without giving away too much too soon. CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) Creative pursuits continue to be strong in the gifted Goat’s aspect. New friendships can come from sharing these experiences with like-minded art aficionados. AQUARIUS (January 20 to February 18) Resolve lingering grumblings over your way of doing things by keeping your mind open to suggestions while continuing to show how your plans will work. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) The perceptive Piscean might find that changing course in midstream isn’t as workable as it would seem. Explore this option carefully before making a decision. BORN THIS WEEK: Your willingness to share your love of life’s good things brings joy to many, including, of course, yourself.­­­

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