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Vol. LXVI, No. 46   City Edition – 40 pages   Country Edition – 56 pages   October 9, 2018

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When cannabis becomes legal for sale and use next Wednesday, oils, plants and dried buds that contain THC, the active ingredient of the marijuana plant, will be legally sold, without prescription. Over time other products, including edibles and drinks, are expected to be available locally.

Who Can I Count On? Page 6 City of Camrose Pages 12 and 13 Dining and Entertainment Pages 18 and 19 Fire Prevention Week Pages 20 and 21 On the Road Page 28 to 31 Obituaries Pages 32 and 33 Classifieds Pages 35 to 37

News Features Community grant policy approved. . . . . . . . . 14 Kelsey Drama Club presents Drinking Habits show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Camrose Association for Community Living charity auction . . . . . . . . . . 23 Kodiaks put on a show at showcase. . . . . . . . . . . . . 34

The country-wide legalization of cannabis on October 17th

Reflections Column by Bonnie Hutchinson. . . . 4

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…will be a joy for many people, not the least of which will be Camrose businesswoman and city councillor Cathie Johnson. For her, it means no more explanations to friends and family, or living with the stigma attached with using marijuana, despite a physician’s prescription. Nor will she miss the amount of time she has invested addressing the misinformation and explaining the facts of medical marijuana. Cathie suffered through the pain of intense migraines for years. She describes six of those years as being “really bad” to the point of negatively impacting her life and overall health. Her daily ritual, on the best of days, began with taking eight Advil and eight Tylenol. Additional dosages throughout the day and frequently much stronger prescribed medications had to be used for pain relief. This led to kidney, liver and stomach issues (that she continues to deal with). One year ago, in desperation, she sought a physician who recommended using cannabis oil. This moment was life-changing – an instant relief for Cathie. The City of Camrose has adopted provincial regulations for the regulation of cannabis. All cannabis retailers will have to be at least 100 metres from educational facilities and provincial health facilities. No intoxicated person or minor will be allowed entry into a cannabis store. Cannabis shops will not be able to operate between 2 a.m and 10 a.m. and employees must be minimum age 18. Council has amended the smoke-free bylaw to include cannabis as well.

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Letters to the Editor In praise of real men

When my son was in university, a popular book was called, Real Men Don’t Eat Quiche. Maybe you remember it. The book was a spoof of the habits, character traits and attitudes of the stereotypical lone-cowboy tough-guy swaggering macho male prevalent in movies and TV shows. I don’t remember much of the book, but I do remember laughing a lot. Question: “How does a Real Man break up with his girlfriend?” Answer: He says, “Walk east, Babe, ‘til your hat floats.” Meat is manly. Salad is not. Or, “Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death I shall fear no evil, for I am the meanest___in the valley.” And so on. A great caricature. ***

Fast forward. A group whose writing I follow has coined the word “Moy”–that’s a boy in a man’s body. A Moy looks like a man and walks like a man, but has the brain of, at most, an adolescent in the most selfcentered stage, or maybe even a toddler in the tantrum stage. Seems to me we’ve seen a lot of high-profile Moy behaviour lately–where rudeness and bullying and lying and greed and abuse are not only accepted but celebrated. It’s almost like watching a caricature–except it’s not a joke. Aside from all the other kinds of damage that behaviour causes, it’s giving men a bad reputation. And that’s not good. Most men–at least most men I know–don’t deserve that.

Letters are welcomed but please limit them to 400 words or less and sign with first name, initial, surname, address and phone number; only name of writer and city or town will be printed. Letters to third parties are not accepted. The Camrose Booster may edit for clarity, legality, personal abuse, good taste, public interest and availability of space. The Camrose Booster thanks you for your interest in the letters page and encourages your comments. Remove dead trees

Coming back from 100 Mile (it was smoky to see anything going west), but on return we were horrified to see all the dead trees in the park. Even along the highway. Why are the dead trees still standing? I’m sure the tourists don’t want to see all the dead trees any more than we do. The dead trees are all the way up to the treeline. The minister of parks is responsible for that park. If you don’t clean the trees out of there: the fires around 100 Mile last year

will be nothing compared to Jasper, if you don’t clear cut and log them off. It’s going to happen and then the minister will be to blame, for any people and all the animals that get killed (there won’t be any elk or sheep or moose for the tourists to take pictures of. You need to act now and I’m sure if you put up posters to tell the travelling public why, they will understand. Even in a park there has to be management. I suppose you’ll say it’s climate change or blame it on the conservatives when it burns down...when its really bad management that did nothing when they still had a chance. The forest does grow back, They have been managing B.C. and Alberta forests forever (I’m sure there are lots of logging companies that could be put to work). Another thing. Every year we hear about flooding in Manitoba and drought in the prairies. You know where these happen why not build a pipeline to the

prairies to take the overflow and help both sides. Sheila Faulkner, Donalda Crime numbers

After listening to the radio and television, one is led to believe rural crime is decreasing, but when I read the police reports in the Camrose Booster, I have to wonder if this is true. In the article “Bashaw RCMP arrest a male” there is a long list of the charges laid, but no name of the criminal. Maybe it is time to publish the names of those charged. These names are available on the court docket. Rosemary Snider, New Norway Editor’s note: The Camrose Booster doesn’t publish names for two reasons. Firstly, we often have several people in the area with the same name. Secondly, we let the justice system determine who is guilty and innocent.

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My definition of a Real Man has nothing to do with food preferences or wardrobe or loud voice or ability to fix motors. (Sidebar: my dad figured he only needed to know one thing about fixing furnaces or cars or anything–the phone number of someone who was good at it!) So, here’s a Real Definition of Real Men based on extensive research (a sample of one highly opinionated person!) Real Men have such a healthy ego (sense of themselves) that they don’t need to prove points or push anyone around. Real Men have integrity. They tell the truth. They keep their promises. They are honest in their dealings with everyone. You can trust them with your friendship, your money, your secrets and your significant other. Real Men are kind–in a non-smarmy way. They treat others with respect and courtesy–even when they disagree and even when they don’t like each other, regardless of race, religion, status, age, gender or any other characteristic. Real Men are so secure in themselves that it’s easy for them to acknowledge when they make a mistake. And, having acknowledged it, they do what they can to rectify the mistake, clean up the mess, pay for the damage or do whatever else it takes to make things right. Real Men are responsible. They never make excuses or blame others for their circumstances. Real Men get the job done. They’re out there in the cold and wind, getting the crop off, because that’s what needs to be done. Or they’re making sure the tax returns are submitted on time. Or they’re driving kids to hockey practice or coaching soccer or leading the drama group or fundraising for community projects or shovelling the neighbour’s walk. ***

That’s all true. But here’s the big characteristic, the essential quality that separates Real Men from Moys. Real Men have the capacity to care for the wellbeing of others. They have the mature, grown-up ability to be unselfish. They seek the best interests of everyone, not only themselves. And–I have to say this. Some of my favourite people in the whole world are Real Men. We’re lucky to have them. Bless them all. Too bad some high-profile Moys are giving them a bad name. ***

So what’s your definition of Real Men? I’d love to hear from you. If you have comments about this column or suggestions for future topics, send a note to Bonnie@BonnieHutchinson.com. I’ll happily reply within one business day.

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Submitted Joan Rudyk was the September winner of the Camrose County Food Artisans program that promotes locally grown products. She received a $100 value food basket. People are encouraged to enter their name for the draw at Farmers’ Markets or the County office next year.


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Camrose Neighbour Aid Food Bank is calling on residents to help feed families in Camrose in need. A food drive will be taking place in Camrose on Oct. 13 in an effort to replenish the cupboards at Camrose Neighbor Aid Food Bank, and every donation helps. Volunteers will be out and about Camrose collecting non-perishable

food items that residents are encouraged to leave in bags on their doorsteps prior to 10 a.m. “This marks the 7th year that we will be holding a door-to-door food drive,” said McMullin. “Last year the drive saw the people of Camrose donate more than 9,000 pounds of food to help their neighbours.” All donations collected in Camrose will be given

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Since the beginnings of modern hockey in the late 19th century, violence has been accepted as “just part of the game.” Hard checking, slashing, and fighting have always been regarded as key elements of high-quality and exciting hockey. Our understandings of the sport, and what it means to those who play and watch it, have also been closely connected with cultural construcStacy L. Lorenz, Physical Ed. Augustana tions of masculinity. The vioCampus, University lence and roughness of sports of Alberta like hockey have traditionally been seen as acceptable—even necessary—in the building of manly character. When injuries and, occasionally, deaths occurred in rugged sports, supporters argued that the benefits of such activities for boys and young men far outweighed the harmful consequences of violence. In hockey culture there is also a long-standing belief that players should accept a high degree of violence, tolerate pain and injury, and persevere through difficulty and danger. For instance, some of the historical research I have conducted with my colleague, Geraint Osborne, examines a series of notable incidents of on-ice violence that occurred during the 1907 hockey season. Following a particularly rough match between the Ottawa Silver Seven and the Montreal Wanderers, assault charges were brought against three members of the Ottawa team for stick attacks that left several Montreal men bleeding and unconscious on the ice. One of the most significant features of media coverage of this particular game was the questioning of the manliness of Montreal players, who were disparaged as “squealers.” An executive with the Ottawa club expressed this view when he told the Ottawa Citizen, “The Ottawa players received just as many blows as the Wanderers; they were black and blue after the match, but, unlike the Wanderers, they didn’t lie down. Ottawa took their taps like men and the Wanderers should be the last ones on earth to put up a squeal.” Other observers noted that the main difference between the two teams was that the Silver Seven could take their lumps in manly fashion, while the Wanderers were soft and weak. “The Ottawas were guilty of several offenses that could have been well cut out, but they got their share of the bumps,” stated the Ottawa Evening Journal. “The only real difference is they can take all kinds of knocks and never quit, while if a Wanderer player got any kind of a jab he had to be hurried to the dressing room for a breathing spell.” The fear of a perception of unmanly squealing also made representatives of the Wanderer club reluctant to criticize publicly the conduct of the Ottawa players, and to pursue suspensions for the attacks. “It was thought that perhaps Wanderers would take the matter up themselves with the league, but there is no prospect of this,” reported the Montreal Gazette. “They will let the matter rest on the report of the officials, and avoid all cause for a charge of squealing.” Today, the culture of hockey still celebrates this willingness to administer and withstand physical punishment. Like their counterparts over 100 years ago, hockey players continue to be judged on their ability to endure pain and to play hurt, even at the risk of their long-term health and well-being. Such attitudes are especially concerning when they are applied to concussions and head injuries. For example, in a 2017 study of under reporting of concussion among minor hockey players, Michael Cusimano and his colleagues at the University of Toronto stressed “the need to alter the culture of violence and tough play in hockey,” since praise for “masculinity and heroism” discourages the reporting of concussion symptoms. The persistence and power of these historically constructed views of violence and masculinity must be recognized and challenged if we are going to address issues around health and injury in hockey effectively. The concussion problem will not be solved, for instance, by searching only for medical, scientific, and technological answers. Changing the deeply entrenched attitudes about “playing through pain” at the heart of sport culture is essential in preventing and treating head injuries in the future. Dr. Lorenz will be speaking further about historical and contemporary perspectives on hockey violence at his distinguished professorial lecture titled, Sluggers, Squealers and “Stalwart Sons” at the Jeanne and Peter Lougheed Performing Arts Centre at 7 p.m. on Oct. 24. For details, visit ualberta.ca/augustana.


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Lori Larsen, Camrose Booster Primary Care Network Clinic patient Bert Larsen, left, gets instruction from PCN nurse practitioner and care manager Miriam Neufeld, centre, and RN and Chronic Disease Management Team and care manager Alysa Bartman on the use of the home health monitoring equipment.

Home health monitoring success By Lori Larsen

Camrose Primary Care Network (PCN) Home Health Monitoring (HHM) Program has seen its first set of patients successfully navigate the six month process. The Home Health Monitoring (HHM) program enables PCN family practice physicians to provide clear and consistent care to patients at risk of, or who have already developed, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD). “We have had some really good responses from the people who have completed the program,” said PCN nurse practitioner and care manager Miriam Neufeld. “We have had three patients who have completed the program. Two from Camrose and one from the rural area.” Patients are first seen at the Camrose PCN’s Chronic Disease Management clinic to determine if they are suitable candidates for the HHM program. The patient’s cognitive abilities, and willingness to use technology is assessed to determine if they are suitable for the program, which includes monitoring their blood pressure and oxygen saturation on a daily basis, with the given equipment which is then recorded on a tab-

let (iPad) and sent directly to the PCN clinic during clinic hours and monitored by the clinic team. “One of the biggest challenges we have had is that at first some people are a little hesitant to participate because it uses technology and there is a concern that it may be cumbersome to learn,” said Neufeld adding that the PCN clinic team demonstrates the use of the technology (tablets) with the patients, taking their time to ensure the patient is comfortable with using the equipment. “Once they see how straight forward and easy it is to use, they feel more confident.” The goal is to provide the patient with education to help them self-manage their COPD, seek early intervention for exacerbations, and to help reduce admission to hospitals. “I am really passionate about this program,” noted Neufeld. “It is another way of providing people with education. Patients are overwhelmed when they get diagnosed with a chronic disease and all the information we give them. It is difficult for them to remember everything we teach them when they come into us for that hour and a half session. “It is also good to know

that they have someone checking in on them and making sure everything is okay. For a lot of people that has been very beneficial.” Patient Bert Larsen speaks candidly about his experience with a life changing illness and how organizations, such as the PCN, and the many valuable programs they offer are very necessary. “Until you have had access to the program, you have no idea how good they are and how well they work.” Larsen admits he would never wish life threatening illnesses upon anyone and that he wished he didn’t have to go through the process. “But it was wonderful to know that it was there when I needed it.” After the patient is discharged from the HHM program, they resume follow-up in the Chronic Disease Management program. The Camrose PCN COPD program fully supports the provincial AHS Acute Exacerbation of COPD order set, which was recently implemented at Covenant Health St. Mary’s Hospital Camrose and ensures the patient is fully supported on discharge.


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The Emergency Clothing and Furniture Depot is holding their annual Coats for Camrose campaign this autumn. The depot will be looking for donations of gently used jackets, ski pants, hats, mitts, sweaters and boots to be dropped off at the Duggan Mall in the

former bingo hall. You can drop items at the event on Oct. 18 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. or Oct. 19 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. There is no charge for people to use this service (other than a fee for bags). Any person, or family within Camrose and area is encouraged to use Coats for Camrose to obtain items

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Tiras dairies ships Feta from Camrose across Canada By Lori Larsen

On Sept. 22 Tiras Dairies in Camrose welcomed special guests, community members and a large contingent of representatives from Krinos (Foods Canada), the parent company from head office in Toronto and warehouses in Montreal and Vancouver, to the official ribbon cutting of the newly expanded and updated plant located at 3712-42 Avenue.

Krinos purchased the business in the early spring of 2016 and has since injected over $9 million into expanding the production and packaging at the plant. Krinos Canada president Alexander Georgiadis spoke about the expansion to the Camrose plant. “It is an entirely new dairy plant from every aspect, not only in terms of the production lines and piping, but it has totally different capabili-

ties now that we are going to explore for the Canadian market.” Georgiadis further explained that the plant will continue production of the Feta cheese loaves, but the latest upgrades will see the plant packaging the product in vacuum packing of products in 150-gram, one-slice packages (organic) and 200gram, two-slice packages (non-organic).

Lori Larsen, Camrose Booster Tiras Dairies in Camrose held an official ribbon cutting and tour of the new plant facilities on Sept. 22. Pictured, left to right, are Philip Georgiadis, plant manager Emmanouil Georgantelis, Krinos president Alexander Georgiadis City of Camrose Mayor Norm Mayer and Xander Marioras.

“What we will be offering the market through this dairy is fairly revolutionary when it comes to packaging,” noted Georgiadis, adding that the benefits of this type of packaging include reduction in transportation costs, cleaner products for the consumer and, most importantly, a 93 per cent reduction in plastic packaging material. “We will also need to double our workforce immediately,” said Georgiadis, “And that is not working at full capacity. We need to have at least a group of 12 people who have some type of experience working with delicate machinery (such as that in the Tiras plant) and then six or seven others for general duties.” Georgiadis noted that the growth in Tiras will also have a positive impact on local dairy farmers. “We are going through times where a lot of things are going to change.” As the Feta specialists in Canada, Krinos is delighted to be distributing across Canada a product that is produced and packaged in Camrose.


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NOTICE OF SUBDIVISION APPROVAL

Decision by the City of Camrose Subdivision Approval Authority Take notice that on September 24, 2018, the City of Camrose Subdivision Approval Authority conditionally approved the following subdivision: FILE: SUB# 05-18 LEGAL: Lot A, Plan 1493NY and Lot D, Plan 9925561 PURPOSE: The purpose of this subdivision is to adjust the lot line so that Lot A, Plan 1493NY increases in size from land currently identified as Lot D, Plan 9925561. For further information, please contact: The City of Camrose Subdivision Approving Authority 780-672-4428

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Are you passionate about your community? Consider volunteering for a Council appointed Board, Committee or Commission! The City of Camrose is seeking adult residents to serve as Members at Large on the following Boards, Committees, and Commissions (Terms Effective January 1, 2019).

Committee for transit assessments and needs. The Community Transit Advisory Committee continues to be involved with the City’s Taxi Subsidy Program, and other related transit activities. The Committee will assist in monitoring the performance of the City’s community bus.

Assessment Review Boards (3 Members) The City’s Assessment Review Boards hear assessment complaints from property owners who have concerns about their property assessment or about other matters on an assessment or tax notice.

The Community Transit Advisory Committee meets on the third Thursday of every month at 4:30 p.m. or as required.

All Assessment Review Board Members are required to complete a training program provided by the Municipal Government Board. After successful completion of the training program the member will receive their Assessment Review Board certification, which is valid for three years. The Municipal Planning Advisory Committee usually The City’s Assessment Review Boards meet annually if meets the third Wednesday of every month at 9:00 assessment complaints are received. a.m. or as required. Camrose Green Action Committee (2 Members) The Camrose Green Action Committee is a committee to serve as a “think tank” to generate proposals aimed at improving Camrose as a “green community”, to research “environmental best practices”, to act as an educational function by informing citizens of Camrose of prudent environmental practices and to provide Council with recommendations for green action. Camrose Youth are eligible to apply.

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Municipal Planning Advisory Committee (1 Member) The Municipal Planning Advisory Committee acts as the primary advisory body to Council on matters relating to land use planning such as: City land planning, bylaw review and amendments, off-site levy policy review and growth studies review.

Social Development Committee (6 Members) The Social Development Committee is responsible to act as a Steering Committee for future Social Needs Assessment. The Committee is to identify current social development issues, needs and trends in the community, and provide recommendations for action to Council. The Committee is to liaise with other groups or individuals charged with social development.

The Social Development Committee meets the first The Camrose Green Action Committee meets on the Monday of every other month in January, March, May, third Tuesday of every month at 12:00 noon or as September, and November at 9:30 a.m. required. Subdivision and Development Appeal Board (1 Member) Camrose Police Commission (3 Members) The Camrose Police Commission oversees the The Subdivision and Development Appeal Board hears Camrose Police Service to ensure effective, efficient and makes decisions on subdivision and development and accountable policing is provided to our citizens appeals in accordance with the Municipal Government and visitors to Camrose. They work closely with the Act and other applicable legislation including the City’s Chief of Police in planning strategies to deal with the Subdivision and Development Appeal Board Bylaw. ever changing face of policing. A safe community to All Subdivision and Development Appeal Board live is a priority for our Police Commission and they Members are required to complete training provided ensure that our police service is properly equipped and by Alberta Municipal Affairs no later than April 1, 2019. has adequate resources to maintain that priority. The Subdivision and Development Appeal Board meets The Camrose Police Commission meets on the third as required. Tuesday of every month at 9:30 a.m. Committee/ Make a Difference! Camrose Public Library Board (1 Member) Board Legend: The Camrose Public Library Board oversees the For more information on the operation of the library, and is responsible for providing appointment process and to Cultural/Social an excellent library service to the City of Camrose and obtain an application form, visit www.camrose.ca or surrounding area. contact City Hall at Environmental The Camrose Public Library Board meets on the third 780-672-4426. Tuesday of every month at 5:00 p.m. except for July Planning/ Please submit applications and August. via fax to 780-672-2469 Infrastructure Community Transit Advisory Committee OR email (2 Members) legservices@camrose.ca Quasi Judicial The Community Transit Advisory Committee is an OR in person at City Hall, advisory body to Council that acts as a Steering 5204-50 Avenue.


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Employment Opportunities

SENIOR MUNICIPAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGIST – TRANSPORTATION

The City of Camrose is seeking an experienced Senior Municipal Engineering Technologist (Transportation) to join our team. Reporting to the Director of Engineering, this person will provide direct assistance to the Director of Engineering and Senior Administration, as required, in the areas of planning, design, and construction of municipal infrastructure projects. This position is full-time and permanent, in the Infrastructure and Planning Department. FUNCTIONS: • Assists with management of the City’s capital works program (underground, surface) including project design, tendering, project management, and construction supervision for projects ranging in size and complexity. • Supervises Airport Manager, and the general operations of the Camrose Airport. • Coordinates major transportation and airport planning studies for department. • Addresses public complaints and resolves conflicts between contractors, developers and the public. • Prepares municipal bylaws and policies related to the operation and maintenance of municipal infrastructure. • Organizes and participates in public forums on municipal issues (open houses, public hearings, Council meetings, etc.) • Oversees planning and implementation of the City’s annual traffic counting program. • Provides assistance to Public Works and Engineering staff with developing cost estimates for service installations. • Provides assistance to Planning and Development work unit by participating in engineering reviews. • Assists with the development of annual operating and capital budgets and multi-year capital programs. • Supervises and directs various work groups. QUALIFICATIONS: • A Civil or Environmental Engineering degree with Professional Engineer’s designation and current membership with APEGA or a NAIT or SAIT diploma in Civil Engineering Technology and current membership with ASET as a Certified Engineering Technologist or a Professional Technologist. • A minimum of 5 years of relevant post-diploma experience in municipal design or construction. Experience working directly with a municipality would be an asset. • Significant contract and project management experience, preferably within the fields of transportation and utilities. • Significant experience in field inspection, and design standards, preferably within the fields of transportation and utilities. • Strong communication and computer skills. HOURS OF WORK: Hours of work are typically 8:00 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday. SALARY AND BENEFITS: The City of Camrose offers competitive salary, attractive benefits, and a positive work environment. The starting salary for this position will be dependent upon the qualifications and experience of the successful candidate. APPLICATIONS: Individuals interested in this position are invited to submit a cover letter and resumé to the address below or in person by October 26, 2018 at 4:30 pm. We appreciate and consider all applications; however, only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted. CONTACT: City of Camrose Attention: Director of Engineering Address: 5204-50 Avenue Camrose, AB T4V 0S8

PHOTO RADAR OPERATOR

CAMROSE POLICE SERVICE ~ An Equal Opportunity Employer The City of Camrose Police Service is seeking a full-time permanent Photo Radar Operator to monitor and record the speed of offending vehicles in designated areas and to testify in court when a violation ticket is challenged. FUNCTIONS: • Test and ensure Radar equipment is functioning properly. • Monitor the speed of traffic in designated areas and in compliance with training. • Record offending vehicles speed, location, time and description on a Control Sheet. • Forward the Control Sheet and memory card to designated area. • Log total violations and hours of operation in log book. • Approve violations electronically. • Complete Affidavit of Service electronically. • If Not Guilty Plea entered, prepare court brief and forward to Traffic Member for approval and disclosure. • Attend court to give testimony. • Fuel/wash/clean photo radar vehicle. QUALIFICATIONS: • Valid class 5 operator’s licence with minimal demerits. • Previous experience is an asset. • Familiarity with computers. • Willingness to present evidence in court. • Successfully complete 40 hours’ training in the use and operation of Photo Radar. • Qualify as a Community Peace Officer. • Ability to interact with the public and difficult individuals in a friendly, courteous manner. • Reliable with a strong work ethic. HOURS OF WORK: Normal working hours are 10 hours (not daylight savings) or 11 hours (daylight savings) per day 3 days on and 3 days off, including a half hour lunch break and two 15 minute coffee breaks. ANNUAL SALARY: The City of Camrose has a progressive salary and benefit package. The starting salary for this position will be established based on qualifications and experience of the successful candidate. APPLICATIONS: Individuals interested in this position are invited to submit a cover letter and resumé to the address below by October 23, 2018 at 5:00 pm. CONTACT: Camrose Police Service Attention: Deputy Chief L.G. Foreman 6220-48 Avenue, Camrose, AB T4V 0K6

DOWNTOWN AREA REDEVELOPMENT PLAN (DARP)

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OPEN HOUSE Proposed Bylaw 3018-18

Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy (FOIP). The personal information recorded on the application form is being collected under the authority of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy (FOIP) Act. The information will be used for the purpose(s) of employee recruitment and administration and is protected by the privacy provisions of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy (FOIP) Act. If you require additional information concerning the collection and use of this personal information, please contact the FOIP Officer at 780-672-4426.

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Reduces Water Usage and Saves You Money Contains: • Low-flow showerhead • Faucet aerators; produces powerful streams with less water • Toilet tank bag; reduces evaporation • Leak detector tablets • Rain gauge • AND MORE!

The City’s Planning Department will be hosting a community open house to present the final draft of the Downtown Area Redevelopment Plan. This open house is an opportunity for the public to let us know if “we got it right” based on the information we gathered throughout public engagement events in spring and summer.

Come by City Hall or the Aquatic Centre to enter in the draw for FREE! Or purchase one from City Hall for $20.

Should you be unable to attend, but would like further information, or to comment on the implementation, please contact Francisca Karl – City of Camrose Long Range Planner, or visit our website www.camrose.ca/darp for more information. City of Camrose, Planning and Development 5204-50 Avenue, Camrose, AB T4V 0S8 Phone 780-672-4428 Email fkarl@camrose.ca


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Community Grant policy approved By Lori Larsen

City of Camrose Council approved the amended Community Grant Policy and listing of recurring grant organizations during the regular council meeting held on Sept. 17. City of Camrose financial department general manager, Travis Bouck stated, “In preparation for budget planning on Sept. 17, council approved a new policy with respect to funding for Community Grants.” Community grants fall under two separate classifications. Recurring grants, approved by council, are built in as separate line items on the budget and may include the following proposed list of organizations: Camrose and District Social Services (CDSS), School Resource Officer, Centra Cam, Chamber of Commerce, Tourism Camrose, Handivan, Parkland Library, Camrose Library, Camrose Arts Council, Social Development Committee, Camrose Transit Advisory Committee (CTAC), Lodge Authority and Camrose Performing Arts Centre (CPAC) Operating Grant. “All Recurring Grants for 2019 will be determined by Council during the budget preparation work in the fall of 2018,” noted Bouck. The second classification of community grants are discretionary grants. These grants will be evaluated by the Discretionary Grants Review Committee and thereafter may be approved by Council. “There will be a certain amount of money set aside for 2019 to be utilized by the Discretionary Grants Review Committee for the discretionary grants.” Examples of organizations not included in recurring grants (discretionary grants) may include Camrose Canada 150 Celebration, College Nationals Curling, Hospice, Pickleball, Snowbirds, Railway Museum and other such organizations and events that would fall under discretionary grants. In the past the City, with the approval of coun-

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cil, have handled discretionary grant applications as they came in on a oneto-one basis. The new policy gives the Discretionary Grant Review Committee the opportunity to compare requests based upon their benefit to the residents of the City of Camrose. “The committee will prioritize the applications, instead of one by one, until the discretionary budget fund is depleted, “explained Bouck. The amended Community Grant Policy will involve two intakes of discretionary grant applications–one to be determined in January and one in July. The City has contacted all organizations that shall be considered for a Recurring Grant for 2019 and has provided them with the required forms and information which must be provided by Oct. 18, 2019. For any other organization that is planning to request funding from the City for the 2019 calendar year as a “discretionary grant”, the applications will need to be received by the City of Camrose by Dec. 7 for the January intake. For anyone (organization) planning to request funding from the City for the 2019 calendar year, the following information is required; a completed Application For Funding form and a summary of how 2018 municipal funding has been utilized by your organization and the impact on the City of Camrose and its residents. The information and forms will be available on the City website in the coming weeks. The Finance Committee of Council will review all Recurring Grant submissions and will then be

Murray Green, Camrose Booster City of Camrose Mayor Norm Mayer cuts the ribbon to mark the grand opening of the Spotlight Bistro next to the Bailey Theatre downtown. From left to right, employee Karen Dahlin, employee Cathy Cockcroft, owner Jared Litvak, Mayer, owner Jennifer Litvak and employee Haley Clarke on Oct. 1.

in contact with the applicants to let them know if their attendance will be required at the Finance Committee meeting, scheduled on Oct. 29 from 2 until 4:30 p.m.

The Community Grant policy is available online at https://camrose. civicweb.net/filepro/documents/621. For more information or if you have any ques-

tions about the information required or the City’s budgeting process, contact Bouck by email tbouck@ camrose.ca or by telephone at 780-672-4426 extension 1015.

Secrets left in the rubble By Lori Larsen

Lori Larsen, Camrose Booster The old Camrose Packers building located on 47 Street in Camrose was demolished on Sept. 27 to make way for progression. Top photo. The Camrose Packers and Skiba Appliance Repairs buildings await their fate. Bottom photo. As the building took its final bow, so to did the alleged secret recipe for the “famous” Christmas or bratwurst sausage.

Rumour has it, or so some would have Shawn MacKinnon of Five Star Home Solutions believe, that somewhere inside the old Camrose Packers building was the recipe for the “famous” Christmas or bratwurst sausage. Once the word had gotten out the Shawn was intending on demolishing the old Packers building, he started to receive phone calls inquiring as to whether or not he had found the recipe. “The people calling said it was written on the wall somewhere in the building,” laughed Shawn. “But I looked high and low and couldn’t find it.” On Sept. 27 at around 10:30 a.m. the bucket of a backhoe took its first swing at the building crushing the walls that once housed cattle brought to market and cut meat and, some would say, the most delicious bratwurst in the area. Both the Camrose Packers building and the Skiba Appliance Repairs building, located on 47 Street, were knocked down making room on the vacant lots, owned by Five Star and partners, for possible future development. For now, all that remains are empty lots and the secret recipes that were buried there.


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THE HALLOWEEN PHENOMENA

50 th Anniversary! You are cordially invited to the Camrose Children’s Centre’s 50th Anniversary Celebration

Saturday, October 13 1 to 4 p.m. at the Centre Please join us for an afternoon of fun!

T he Great Deception What can you believe in today’s world of social media and mass media? We are constantly bombarded by images and stories. What is real? What is fake? Join us as we explore these questions and look closely at what is happening to us, our families and our friends around us. Grace Lutheran Church is organizing a series of four evenings dedicated to how we can protect ourselves from the evil one in the world.

You’re invited to join us to listen and discuss: September 12 – Magic, its origins. Fantasy or real? Do ouija boards reveal secrets from the dark?

September 26 – Ghosts, UFO’s, Fairies, Demons. What is New Age? Are dogs and children staring at nothing?

October 10 – Witches, Wicca, Satan, rituals. Who or what controls our world?

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October 24 – Curses, spells. Can you stand up to

supernatural evil? How can you protect yourself. Can other religions help? Exorcism and deliverance. Full armour of God.

ONE-DAY SEMINAR WHEN THEIR LIVES FALL APART,

HOW WILL YOU RESPOND? What should you say – or not say – when tragedy hits someone you know? The Billy Graham Rapid Response Team offers a one-day seminar to help you share the love of Christ with your neighbours, co-workers and friends in crisis.

Leading these talks will be Ken Mah 780-679-8347, Pastor Greg Kjos and Father Joseph Jacobson. Please join us on any or all of these evenings beginning at

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Septic Sense: Taking Care of Your Septic System Learn what you can do to properly manage and maintain your septic system During the workshop we will cover: • What a septic system is and how it works • Regulations November 7, 2018 • Design and installation 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm • Appropriate use of your septic system Camrose County • Maintaining your septic system Main Office • Troubleshooting Registration is free, but limited. To attend the workshop, please pre-register by calling Leslie at Camrose County Office at 780-678-3070 or email planning@county.camrose.ab.ca.

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Peewee Buffaloes remain unbeaten after six games By Murray Green

The Camrose Buffaloes peewee squad are now the only local unbeaten team

in the Capital Minor Football League. The peewee Buffaloes improved to 6-0 after

a 27-7 victory over Beaumont on Sept. 30. The Buffaloes have scored 227 points, while only giving up

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21. Camrose are at home against Wetaskiwin at noon on Oct. 14. An away game is set for Oct. 21. Camrose home games are played at Kin Park. The Camrose Buffaloes bantam team suffered its first loss in a 30-22 game against Wetaskiwin. Camrose has scored 233 points and have allowed 133. The

bantam Buffaloes are away on Oct. 14 and 21. The atom Buffaloes are 5-4-1 after a 5-0 win over Sherwood Park Rams and a 12-0 loss to Beaumont on Sept. 30. The novice team will be playing in Beaumont for a flag football game on Oct. 10.

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20241 Twp Road 500 County of Camrose Viewing: Friday October 12, 1 To 7pm. Sat. 9am To Sale Time. 150 Firearms, over a Ton of Ammunition: Hand Guns, Rifles & Shotguns, Antique Firearms, Large Assortment of Ammunition, Reloading Equipment, Dies, Brass, Primers, Bullets, Muzzle Loading Horns, Powder, Lead, Lead Smelters, Bullet Loads, Gun Cleaning Kits, Collection of Swords and Bayonets, Archery, Holsters, Scopes, Binoculars, Ammo Boxes, much more. Special Interest: 2000 Forest River Bumper Pull 26' Camper w/ Slide, Heat Master MF 5000 Outdoor Multi Fuel Furnace, 8X8 Storage Shed. New Propane Hot Water Heater, Hot Tub C/W Cover. Taxidermy Equipment: Advantage Fleshing Machine, Bonis Fur Sewing Machine, Titan TN 8500 Sewing Machine, Fleshing Beam, Mounting Stand. Shop Tools And Yard Equipment: Band Saw, Powermate 5000 Generator, 3400 PSI 10HP Pressure Washer, Metal Punch Machine, Arbor, Cement Mixer, Grass Sweep, Wolfcraft Router Table, 28' Extension Ladder, Chop Saw, Assortment Of Hand Tools, Garden Seeder, Greenhouse 40x40 Polly, Front Mount Post Pounder, Log Splitter, Electric Fuel Pump, Pressure Pump And Tank, Bale Forks, Electric Fencer, Sickle Mower, 3 Bottom Plow, Pig Feeder, Diamond Harrows, NH Mixer Mill, Grain Augers, Gates And Panels, S10 Headache Rack, Utility Trailers, Drill Fill, Propane Water Heater, 500 Gal Fuel Tank And Stand, Vinyl Siding, 2” Water Pump, 225 Lincoln Welder, Jack Alls, Water Troughs, Tool Chest, Hydraulic Rams, PTO Pump, Wood Chipper, Misc. Bolts And Hardware, Bottle Jacks, Animal Traps, Yard And Garden Tools, Assortment Of Plywood And OSB Sheets, Fence Posts, Utility Double Disk, Rolls Of Barbwire And Farm Fence, 5th Wheel Hitch, Logging Chains, Steel Bench, Water Barrels, Scaffolding, Windows, Out Houses, Incubator. Antique Hand Tool Collection & Collectable Items: Forge and Blower, Beam Scales, Post Drills, Black Smith Tools, Cobbler Tools, Antique Wrenches, Wood Working Tools, Hand Drills, Block And Tackle, Animal Traps, Saws, Scythes, Meat Saw, Simplex Jacks, Bull Horns, Buffalo And Cow Skulls, 60MM Film Projector And Film, Much More. House Hold Items: Mega Max Fitness Center, 20 Cubic Foot Kenmore Elite Freezer, 6 Drawer Bureau c/ Mirror, Reclining Chair, Wooden Book Case, Refrigerator, Desks, Washing Machine, Round Wood Table w/ 6 Chairs, Much More Terms & Conditions: cash, interact, credit cards (with service charge). No Cheques 10% buyer’s premium applies. Sales subject to additions and deletions. All items sold as is where is- No warranties. Full settlement Sale Day.

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October 18 – 10 am to 8 pm October 19 – 10 am to 6 pm NOTICE: There is a $5.00 per bag cost. Bags are supplied by Centra Cam and are available at the door, the days of the event. Open to all Camrose and area residents. No referral necessary. Hundreds of items available. Drop off location: Duggan Mall For more information, please call Emergency Clothing and Furniture Depot at 780-608-1681

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Kelsey Drama Club presents Drinking Habits show By Murray Green

It will be a night of fun and laughter when the Kelsey Drama Club presents the play Drinking Habits by Tom Smith. Six shows will be held at the Bailey Theatre on Oct. 18, 19, 20, 25, 26 and 27. Dinner begins at 6:15 and the show starts at 7:30 p.m. It includes accusations, mistaken identities and romances run wild in this traditional, laugh-out-loud farce. Two nuns at the Sisters of Perpetual Sewing have been secretly making wine to keep the convent’s doors open, but Paul and Sally, reporters and former fiancées, are hot on their trail. They go undercover as a nun and priest, but their presence, combined

Tribute bands are often very good at sounding and looking like original artists. You can hear great sounds at a fraction of the cost of legendary performers. Who Made Who, is a tribute band singing the hits of AC/DC. You can hear the band on Friday, Oct. 26 at 9 p.m. Stuck in the 80s

The Stuck in the 80s show features music by Billy Idol, INXS, Bryan Adams, Simple Minds, Duran Duran, Journey, Cutting Crew and Rick Springfield. The music show begins on Saturday, Oct. 27 at 9 p.m. Forever Country

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Men With Brooms will be shown at the Bailey Theatre on Oct. 11 at 7:30 p.m. The movie features Molly Parker, Paul Gross and Leslie Nielsen. Four men take time from their personal problems to reunite as a curling team and compete in a bonspiel that will restore Their honour.

Who Made Who tributes AC/DC songs By Murray Green

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show features music by Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Shania Twain, Garth Brooks and Alan Jackson. The music starts on Friday, Nov. 2 at 8 p.m. Gospel Elvis

Steve Elliott is a tribute singer and entertainer that brings to life Elvis’ gospel roots. Elvis Presley was first and foremost a gospel singer. He grew up in the deep south where gospel music was heard in every church. It was the soul of the south and was the precursor to rock and roll. Two shows are on Sunday, Nov. 18 at 1:15 and 7 p.m. All shows are at the Camrose Resort Casino.

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Danser plays Festival Place By Murray Green

Former Camrose blues singer Kat Danser will be close to home when she plays a concert at the Festival Place, in Sherwood Park on Oct. 17. Kat and her band Tall

Tales will start performing at 7:30 p.m. Known as the Queen of the Swamp Blues, Kat is a three-time western Canadian music award winner and National Maple Blues award winner. She is based in Edmonton and

is a guitarist, songwriter and vocalist that performs roots, blues and gospel music with a vengeance. Her fifth album Goin’ Gone is a collaboration between Danser and Juno award winning producer Steve Dawson.

THREE SCROOGES

Submitted Rehearsals for A Christmas Carol are underway for the Churchmice Players. Three local actors are practising their scowls for the upcoming play at the Bailey Theatre. Young Ebenezer, as a lonely child at a residential school, seen in a Christmas past, played by Christopher Deveau. Middle-aged Ebenezer, a workaholic trying to maneuver life with few social skills also seen in a Christmas past, is played by Darryl Bleau, left. The older, miserly, lonely Ebenezer is visited by the ghosts and is played by Kevin Schole. Shows will be held on Nov. 30, Dec. 1, 2, 6, 7 and 8.

Red Dirt Skinners perform as new Canadians

By Murray Green

Ron and Sarah Skinner

The music duo couple entitled Red Dirt Skinners will be performing at the Bailey Theatre as Canadians for the first time. Sure, they have performed in Camrose before, but they were a band from England at the last concert here. They delighted the Camrose crowd two years ago. Sarah and Rob Skinner will steal your hearts with a blend of European and Canadian music on Oct. 13 at 8 p.m. “We also have a new album called Under Utopian Skies. It includes one cover song and eight original songs,” revealed Sarah. “The theme is about how happy we are about our immigration to Canada and our massive life changes we have had in the last 12 months.” She wants to share her excitement with Camrose and western Canada as well. “We’re very much looking forward to our show with you in October,” said an excited Sarah. “We

moved to Canada because our music is more welcome here and Canadians are wonderful.” Their latest album includes a fantastic version of “Comfortably Numb” a Pink Floyd smash hit. “Imagine the excitement we had when we received kind permission from Pink Floyd to release that single,” she added. “We first started touring here in Canada in June 2015. We fell in love with the country and people right from the word go. The response to the music, the friendliness of the people, beautiful scenery, space— everything about it felt like home to us,” she continued. “We wanted to be sensible about it, so we came back in the winter to make sure we still liked it.” The cold winter didn’t dampen her spirit. “We still loved it and applied for citizenship. Canadian Immigration really got behind us. Originally, they said it could take nine years, but they must have liked our music because it took less than 12 months,” she joked.

The new album (sixth) feels like the couple has a new home. “We have five shows in Alberta and we want to share our new album with everybody. The music scene is stronger here because people want to go out and listen to music with friends. We love that. Back in England the move is to more tribute acts and not as much for original music.” If you like songs influenced by Pink Floyd, Simon and Garfunkel, Supertramp, Crosby Stills and Nash, David Bowie coupled with some epic storytelling, humour and heartfelt emotions, you’ll love the Red Dirt Skinners. “Both of us play multiple instruments, so we sound like a full band. Rob plays foot percussion, while playing guitar.” The Red Dirt Skinners earned Folk/Roots Album of the Year 2016 (UK), Instrumentalist of the Year 2014 (UK) and People’s Choice Award 2014 (UK) in the past.


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Duggan Cinemas is on and

Call our 24-hour Movie Info Line for up-to-date movie listings and show times Advance Tickets available

Concert Series 2018-2019

Lifting People’s Spirits

(Premiers included)

Johnny Summers Little Big Band

Ghostboy

Concert Sponsor: Crop Management Network Reception Sponsor: Andreassen Borth

Concert Sponsor: D2 Electrical Reception Sponsor: 49th Street Liquor Store

Doors 5 p.m. Dinner 6 p.m. Concert 7:30 p.m. Concert Sponsors: Daysland Bumper to Bumper and Friends of Battle River Railway

Gunning and Cormier

Samantha Martin and Delta Sugar

Miss. Caledonia

Concert Sponsor: East Central Appraisals & Consulting Inc. Reception Sponsor: Zettel & Company

Concert Sponsor: 6S Enterprises – Daysland Reception Sponsor: The Community Press

Concert Sponsor: Key Accounting Solutions Reception Sponsor: Dayslander Motel

Thursday, November 1, 7:30 p.m.

Wednesday, February 27, 7:30 p.m.

DayslandPalaceTheatre

Wednesday, December 5, 7:30 p.m.

Wednesday, March 20, 7:30 p.m.

Matthew Byrne Thurs., Jan. 17, Strome Hall

Wednesday, April 17, 7:30 p.m.

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During Fire Prevention Week, Camrose Fire Department encourages residents to

“Look. Listen. Learn.” Participate in the City of Camrose

“Great Fire Escape” Home Fire Drill Wednesday, Oct. 10, 6:00 to 6:30 pm

Camrose Fire Department is encouraging Camrose families to develop a fire escape plan for their home and to take part in a city-wide fire drill. Firefighters will be patrolling the city during that time to hand out prizes for participants!

Call the Camrose Fire Department for more information –

780-672-2906.

What does that mean?

Home fires today can burn faster than ever. Occupants may have as little as one to two minutes to escape safely from the time the smoke alarm sounds. Knowing how to use that time wisely takes planning and practice. The City of Camrose Fire Department is teaming up with the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) – the official sponsor of Fire Prevention Week for more than 90 years – to promote this year’s Fire Prevention Week campaign: Look. Listen. Learn. Be aware. Fire can happen anywhere. The campaign works to educate the public about basic but essential ways to quickly and safely escape a home fire. Data from Statistics Canada show that the number of structure fires declined by 26 per cent between 2005 and 2014. However, residential fires consistently accounted for roughly six of every 10 structural fires during that period. According to StatsCan, cooking equipment and smokers’ material caused approximately six of every 10 residential fires. “These numbers show that while we’ve made significant progress in teaching people how to prevent fires from happening, there’s still much more work to do in terms of educating the public about how to protect themselves in the event of one,” said Lorraine Carli, NFPA’s vice president of Outreach and Advocacy. “This is particularly critical given the increased speed at which today’s home fires grow and spread.” Carli notes that home is the place people are at greatest risk for fire, but home is the place people feel safest. That over-confidence contributes to complacency toward home-escape planning and practice. “Working in the fire service for many years, we know that people often make choices in fire situations that jeopardize their safety or even cost them their lives,” said Jeff Knopf, Fire and Life Safety Educator of the Camrose Fire Department. “We need to do a better job of teaching people about the potentially life-saving difference escape planning and practice can make and motivating them to action.” Knopf says this year’s “Look. Listen. Learn.” campaign highlights three steps people can take to help quickly and safely escape a fire:

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LOOK. LISTEN. LEARN.

FIRE PREVENTION WEEK™

The Camrose Fire Department is hosting a series of events in support of this year’s Fire Prevention Week campaign – Look. Listen. Learn. Neighborhood Smoke Detector testing sponsored by our Local Canadian Tire • October 10 - 6:00 - 6:30 – Camrose Great Escape. All residents are encouraged to participate in the City wide fire drill. Firefighters will be driving through the City of Camrose and giving out prizes to participating families. Be at your meeting spot at 6:00 to participate. • October 14 – Pancake Breakfast at the Camrose Fire Department, 8:00am-1:00pm. • Grade 4 students within the City of Camrose will each receive a free smoke detector to be placed as needed in their home. Partnering on this project is our local Wild Rose Coop and the Camrose Fire Department Firefighters Association.

Fire Safety Checklist

LOOK for places fire could start

You don’t have to be a super sleuth to protect yourself and others from fire. Take a good look around your home for fire dangers and address the problems.

Kitchen ❑ Anything that can catch fire is kept away from the stovetop. ❑ Children are kept 3 feet (1 metre) away from the stove and areas where hot food or drink are being prepared.

❑ Pets are kept off cooking surfaces and nearby countertops to prevent them from knocking things onto burners.

❑ Food that is simmering, baking, roasting, or boiling is being checked on by someone in the home.

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Anything that can burn is kept at least 3 feet (1 metre) away from heating equipment. Children are kept 3 feet (1 metre) away from open fires and space heaters. Heating equipment and chimneys are cleaned and inspected every year by a qualified professional. Portable heaters are turned off when leaving the room or going to bed. The fireplace has a sturdy screen to stop sparks from flying around the room.

Electricity ❑ All electrical work is done by a qualified electrician. ❑ Only one heat-producing appliance is plugged into a receptacle outlet at a time. Extension cords are not used. ❑ Electrical cords are checked to make sure they are not running across doorways or under carpets.

LISTEN for the sound of the alarm A working smoke alarm will clue you in that you need to escape. Fire moves fast. You could have only minutes to get out safely once the smoke alarm sounds. ❑ Make sure everyone in your home knows the sound of the smoke alarm and understands what to do when they hear it. ❑ Children, older adults, and people with disabilities may need assistance to wake up and get out. ❑ When the smoke alarm sounds, get out and stay out. ❑ Go to your outside meeting place. Call 9-1-1 or the fire department. ❑ Never go back inside for people, pets or things.

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Camrose Fire Department training keeps firefighters sharp

Lori Larsen, Camrose Booster Camrose Fire Department volunteer firefighters keep up with training and maintaining all the fire fighting equipment.

By Lori Larsen

Lori Larsen, Camrose Booster These Camrose firefighters take turns practicing hooking up hoses to fire hydrants as part of their training.

Lori Larsen, Camrose Booster Being afraid of heights is not an option for Camrose Fire Department firefighters. Hauling life-saving equipment to the tops of buildings is all part of the training.

Camrose Fire Department reminds residents to educate themselves on the importance of fire safety. This week, during the remainder of Fire Prevention Week campaign Look.Listen.Learn, our firefighters will be hosting a variety of initiatives to increase awareness and assist residents in keeping themselves and loved ones safe. On Oct. 10 from 6 until 6:30 p.m., Camrose Fire Department will driving through the City of Camrose looking for residents during the Great Escape and giving out prizes to

participating families. Be sure to be at your meeting spot at 6 p.m. to participate. The annual Fire Prevention Week Pancake Breakfast will be held on Oct. 14 from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the Fire Hall located at 201 Mount Pleasant Drive. Come out and enjoy a bountiful breakfast while visiting with members of the fire department, catching up on some fire awareness education, while the children are amused by Captain Camrose, display of shiny fire trucks and colouring in the fire safety colouring book.

Also during Fire Prevention Week, Camrose Fire Department Firefighters Association, in partnership with Wild Rose Co-op, will be handing out free smoke detectors to Grade 4 students within the City of Camrose. The students are encouraged to place the detectors as needed in their homes. Camrose Fire Department welcomes all residents to ask questions and seek out more information on fire safety and prevention by contacting them at 780-672-2906 or visiting the Fire Prevention Week website at www.firepreventionweek.org.

Lori Larsen, Camrose Booster Camrose Fire Department training includes extensive knowledge and hands-on, with extraction from motor vehicles in the event of an accident where people are trapped inside a vehicle.


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World Singing Day Community Sing! SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20 6:30-7:15 p.m. Dessert Potluck Social 7:15-8:15 p.m. Community Sing University of Alberta Augustana Faith & Life Chapel Sing your favourite songs with Mannskor, Sangkor and SingAble Dr. Ardelle Ries and Dr. John Wiebe, Directors Dr. Roger Admiral, Steve Hartman, Erik Olson For more information, call the CAFCL office 780-672-0257

Camrose Association for Community Living

BRANSON SHOW TOUR Five shows including Daniel O’Donnell 13 days, November 6 guaranteed CHRISTMAS in VICTORIA Inner Harbour, Live Theatre and Santa! 8 days, December 21 guaranteed PALM SPRINGS DESERT OASIS 7 nights at the beautiful Hyatt! 14 days, January 20 guaranteed ARIZONA DESERT AND CANYONS Grand Canyon, Las Vegas and more! 16 days, February 17

Camrose Association for Community Living auction By Lori Larsen

Camrose Association for Community Living is hosting their annual Charity Auction on Oct. 25 at the Camrose Resort and Casino beginning at 5:30 p.m. with dinner to follow. The theme for this year’s Charity Auction is “Superheros”, which for CAFCL come in the form of volunteers, donators, sponsors and every individual and organization in Camrose and area that help make CAFCL and the community better for all. “I’m very excited about our event,” said CAFCL CEO Esther McDonald. “We are raising funds for numerous programs and needs here at the Association. One being our TIPS program.” TIPS is a voluntary program available free of

charge and is geared to pregnant or post partum women and families with children up to six years of age, experiencing one or more barriers to effective parenting. TIPS can also be for women who self-report alcohol or drug use during the term of their pregnancy. Women who utilize this program can expect to make large strides towards a healthy, independent lifestyle where they are improving both the health of themselves and their children. As a past recipient of the amazing good the TIPS program and the staff and volunteers of CAFCL provides, Marie Skinner, once a terrified 18-yearold who found out she was pregnant, is now a thriv-

ing 28-year-old mother and member of the community. “The TIPS program has benefited my life in many ways. Through it, I was taught so much about the basics of life, learning, resource management and myself. It guided me, encouraged me and at times even pushed me to improve my life and the lives of my children.” Marie spoke about the ways in which the staff at CAFCL helped her along her journey. “They accompanied me to appointments and helped me stay on top of the tests and doctors I needed to see. On top of this, they also supported me to get into the Learning Together program that allowed me to finish my education. When I found out I was pregnant

with twins they even mediated me through a meeting with their father.” Once Marie determined she was capable of raising her twins on her own the staff at CAFCL then offered her assistance in figuring out what she needed in order to be successful. “They helped me to access far more resources than I could have ever asked for on my own, everything from learning how to cook to how to take care of and raise healthy happy children. I wish programs like this were available for every single mom, there would be so much less stress.” CAFCL offers many programs to its clients and are able to do so through the generous support of the community

“Another program that benefits from funds raised is our summer camp for children with special health and developmental concerns,” noted McDonald “We also need funds in order to replace a wall oven, a stove, fix a parking pad at one of our residences and for renovations of a bathroom.” Tickets for the Charity Auction are available at the CAFCL office (4604-57 Street). Donations to the silent auction and live auction, sponsorships, or cash donations are also welcome. For more information on the TIPS program or any of the programs offered by the Camrose Association for Community Living telephone 780-672-0257.


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Habitat for Humanity Camrose helps four families By Lori Larsen

Lori Larsen, Camrose Booster Habitat for Humanity partner family Carson and Nikki Wigfield.

On Sept. 26, Habitat for Humanity Camrose held a home dedication ceremony to hand over the keys to Habitat Homes (two duplexes) built for four more families in Camrose. City of Camrose Mayor, Norm Mayer congratulated the families on the work they put into the building of their homes and receiving the keys to their new homes and thanked all the volunteers and sponsors who helped make these four homes a reality. MLA for Wetaskiwin Camrose, Bruce Hinkley brought greetings on behalf of the Province of Alberta and spoke on the importance of ensuring affordable housing. Partner family Cindy Olesen and daughters Kassidey and Rylea, and partner family Nikki Wigfield and son Carson, were given the keys to their new respective homes located on 42 Street. Partner family Anna Santiago and daughter Fatima and partner family Laarni Baldestamon and daughters Juliana, Anrey and Cluvyn were given the keys to their respective homes located on 50 Avenue. The 2018 Habitat Home projects were the 33rd, 34th, 35th and 36th homes

built for partner families in Camrose, thus far serving 40 families in Camrose including buy-backs. The new construction was built with volunteer labour totalling 950 hours and discounted contractor services. How it works

Habitat for Humanity Camrose builds decent, simple and affordable homes in partnership with families and the community. “Habitat homes are built with, not for, the hardworking families who purchase them by contributing 500 hours of “sweat equity,” noted Habitat for Humanity executive director, Cody McCarroll Families who qualify for the Habitat affordable homeownership program pay for their homes with zero-interest mortgages. Mortgage payments go into a “Fund for Humanity” which is used to build future Habitat homes. According to the most recent Stats Can data, 11.8 per cent of Camrose’s population is living in poverty which equates to one family on every block–a total of over 850 households, including over 500 children. “At any given time in Camrose, there are at least 100 families that could qualify for Habitat’s

Affordable Homeownership Program,” said McCarroll. “We currently have far more applicants than homes about a 10:1 ratio. “Habitat couldn’t build homes without the support from the City of Camrose and the Government of Alberta,” added McCarroll. “Habitat Camrose continues to receive financial support from the Government of Alberta in partnership with the City of Camrose through the Municipal Block Funding program. Habitat also receives excellent service from the City of Camrose Planning and Development and Engineering departments.” The noted benefits of affordable housing include: children performing better in school, families saving for their future, parents upgrading their education and securing better employment, an improvement in the families’ health, an improvement in the overall sense of wellbeing for the families, families breaking the cycle of poverty, which impacts future generations and families building strength, stability and independence through affordable homeownership.

Lori Larsen, Camrose Booster Habitat for Humanity Camrose partner family Kassidey, Cindy and Rylea Olesen

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Lori Larsen, Camrose Booster On Sept. 26 four Camrose families were delighted to receive the keys to their new homes built by Habitat for Humanity Camrose. Pictured left to right are Habitat for Humanity board president Leona Calhoun, partner family Kassidey, Cindy and Rylea (front) Olesen, Habitat for Humanity selection committee representative Janet Hatch, partner family Fatima and Anna Santiago, Mayor Norm Mayer, partner family Carson and Nikki Wigfield, partner family Laarni, Juliana, Cluvyn and Anrey Baldestamon and MLA for WetaskiwinCamrose Bruce Hinkley.

Lori Larsen, Camrose Booster Habitat for Humanity Camrose partner family Laarni (mother), Juliana, Cluvyn and Anrey Baldestamon

Lori Larsen, Camrose Booster Habitat for Humanity Camrose partner family Fatima and Anna Santiago


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By Kevin Sorenson, MP, Battle River-Crowfoot

Small Business Week, Oct. 14 to 20, is a great opportunity for us to highlight the importance of small businesses and to commend small business owners for their tremendous contribution to our communities and the Canadian economy. As of December 2015, there were 1.17 million private sector businesses employing 11.6 million people in Canada. Of these, 1.14 million or 97.9 percent were small businesses with 8.2 million employees or 70.5 per cent of the total private labour force. In 2014, small businesses contributed an average of 30 percent to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Over the last decade, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) have been responsible for over 95 per cent of all jobs created. While Ontario and Quebec lead the country in terms of the most small businesses, Western Canada has a robust and growing small business community lead by B.C. and Alberta. In terms of the number of small businesses, relative to the population, Alberta leads the country with a ratio of 50 per 1,000 population. According to a 2014 Alberta Small Business Profile, posted in April 2015 (the latest date for which statistics can be found) by the Government of Alberta, small business made up 95 per cent of all business and 35 percent of private sector jobs in our great province. In 2013, there were 158,049 small businesses which are defined as businesses with less than 50 employees. Furthermore, Alberta’s small businesses continue to be leaders in generating economic activity contributing over 25 per cent of the provincial GDP. The 2013 Small Business Provincial Tax Index, issued by the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB), rated Alberta as having the most small business-friendly tax system in the country. Unfortunately, to the best of my knowledge and an on-line search, statistics and ratings have yet to be up-dated. I suspect that rating may have changed in the last five years in light of the fact we have now had an NDP government since May 2015 who is not always supportive of small business. The CFIB recently provided the results of their latest survey in which overwhelmingly small business owners in Battle River-Crowfoot expressed concerns regarding the Liberal government raising taxes on passive income, limiting the sharing of business income, raising CPP premiums in 2019, hiking EI premiums and implementing the carbon tax. On Sept. 21, I rose in the House of Commons to ask the finance minister when he would “stop failing small business, or does he believe, like the Prime Minister, that they (small business owners) are nothing but tax cheats?” I failed to get an answer that would in any way appease concerns. As everyone starts combing through the details of the new free trade deal with the U. S., small business owners may start raising additional concerns. The socalled ‘de minimis’ threshold for duty free purchases is being raised to $150 from $20. Canadians being able to buy more from the United States duty free may encourage them to buy more American products over the internet which could negatively impact small retailers. I say “may” or “could” because it is too early to determine the full impact of the United States, Mexico, Canada (USMCA). Initial reactions are certainly mixed. Once I get the opportunity to digest all the particulars of this significant agreement, I will make it the subject of a future column. If you have any concerns about USMCA as you read more about it, please share those worries with me. If you have any questions or concerns regarding this or previous columns you may write me at 4945-50th Street, Camrose, Alberta, T4V 1P9, call 780-608-4600, toll-free 1-800-665-4358, fax 780-608-4603 or e-mail Kevin.Sorenson.c1@parl.gc.ca.

Murray Green, Camrose Booster Multi-district Leo chair Dustin Southgate, from left, and district governor Frances Sawiak, present a charter plaque to Camrose Leo president Shelby Bianic and Camrose Swans and Roses Leo advisor and district chairman Bruce Thompson on Sept. 29 to honour the new service club for youth in Camrose. By Murray Green

The Camrose Swans and Roses Leo Club received a charter on Sept. 29 when the parent Camrose Swans and Roses Club sponsored the new club for young people. Shelby Bianic of Camrose has been elected to serve as the first president of the new club and the newly formed organiza-

tion will assist in several community projects in the future. “We are excited to have a Leo Club that will give back to the community. With 18 members, they plan on making a difference,” said Lions district governor Francis Sawiak in Camrose during the charter night celebration at the Norsemen Inn.

Lions clubs sponsor more than 5,700 Leo clubs in 140 countries. “While helping others in their community, Leos develop leadership skills and experience teamwork in action,” said Francis. For more information about the Leo Club Program, visit Leo Zone section of the Lions web site at www.lionsclubs.org.

BRCF grants funds for Kandu Camp

Battle River Community Foundation past chairman Blain Fowler presented a $6,300 cheque to Leevi Hafso, CAFCL program director.

The Battle River Community Foundation awarded grants to the Camrose Association for Community Living’s Kandu Camp program. The grants are from income from the Ricky James Hillaby Fund, the Kevin and Allyson Gurr Fund, the Donald and Christina Rebus Fund and the Ary and Leny Vanderjagt Fund and supported the day camp program the provides a wide variety of activities to build inclusion, self esteem, connection and independence for children from seven to 17, including those with spe-

cial health and development concerns. The Battle River Community Foundation exists to support projects, such as this, in East Central Alberta which benefit the local communities and have a positive impact on the future. Grants from the Battle River Community Foundation are primarily made possible through the generosity of individual donors and organizations that have created endowment funds. The principal of these endowment funds are kept intact and the income is made available

annually to support local projects and organizations. Since it was founded in 1995, the Battle River Community Foundation has granted over $5,445,000 to support community programs and projects like those at the Camrose Association for Community Living. To learn more about the Camrose Association for Community Living, contact Esther McDonald, CEO, at 780-672-0257. To learn more about the Battle River Community Foundation contact Dana Andreassen, executive director, at 780-679-0449.


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Tiedemann found his ideal Ford F-Series truck By Murray Green

John Tiedemann is the proud owner of a 1950 Ford truck. It was just like the one he once owned. “I bought this truck back in the 1980s and then fixed it up. It sat at home for a while and then I finally decided to fix it.” The first-generation Ford F-Series is a series of pickup trucks and commercial vehicles produced by Ford. Introduced in late 1947, the F-Series was the first post-war truck design from Ford. The first generation of the F-Series would remain in production until 1952. F-Series trucks were assembled at 16 different Ford factories. Serial numbers indicate the truck model, engine, year, assembly plant, and unit number. The most common model was the F-1 with a six and a half-foot bed followed by the F-2 and F-3 Express models with an eight-foot (2.4 m) bed. “I used to have one similar to this one, so I have fond memories of it. I liked this one right away, so when it came up for sale, I bought it.” Design of the F-Series truck changed tremendously from 1950 to 1954. From 1948 to 1950, the grille was a series of horizontal bars and the headlights were set into the fenders. For 1951 and 1952, the headlights were connected by a wide aerodynamic cross piece with three similarly aerodynamic supports. The rear window was wider in these later trucks and the dashboard was redesigned. This new cab was called the Five-Star Cab. “Actually, the truck was in pretty good shape. The fenders were the hardest to replace. I had to do a lot of work on the fenders. They are bigger, had a lot of rust and they are hard to find in good shape, so I had to really work to get them back to original. I had to piece it together. I had to make some pieces out of flat iron and then shape it into place.”

SMOOTH FENDERS

Murray Green, Camrose Booster John Tiedemann found a similar Ford to the truck he cherished many years ago. He worked on the fenders for many hours to get them to look great for this classic vehicle.

The F-Series was sold in four basic models. Along with the pickup truck (F-1 through F-3), the F-Series was sold as a panel truck (based on the pickup), COE/cab-over engine chassis (F-5 and F-6, branded C-Series) and school bus chassis (F-5 and F-6, branded B-Series). Above the F-5, the F-Series was a medium-duty and heavy-duty conventional truck sharing the bodywork of the smaller F-Series. “I knew the previous owner in Tofield, so that was another reason why I wanted this particular one.” The standard threespeed shift was relocated from the floor to the steering column mid-year in 1950. “I re-did the engine and transmission and the body work myself. I used to be a mechanic at the old Ford dealership in Tofield,

so I knew what kind of shape this truck was in.” Since its redesign a few years earlier, the F-1 had received only detail changes, none of which are readily visible on this 1950 model. The F-Series was sold in eight different weight ratings, with pickup, panel truck, cab-over engine (COE), conventional truck, and school bus chassis body styles. Ford sold over 234,000 1950 Ford trucks. Engines available include a 226 (3.7L) inline six cylinder with 95 horsepower, or a 239 (3.9L) flathead V8 with 100 horsepower. It might sound strange today, but back in 1950, a right side tail light was an option. As was an electric shaver, rear bumper, radio, right-hand windshield wiper, heater and defroster, right-hand sun visor, oil filter, “See-

Clear” windshield washer and turn indicator lamps. Paint colours in 1950 were Vermillion, Raven Black, Palisade Green,

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Improving road test service for drivers By Murray Green

Changes to the province’s road test model will improve access for rural communities and enhance service for all drivers. “Albertans deserve a system for road tests that meets high standards for being fair, consistent, accessible and trustworthy. We are taking action to change the way road tests are conducted to restore public confidence in the program. A government-run road test system will ensure high standards for safe, consistent, reliable service across Alberta,” said Brian Mason, Alberta Minister of Transportation. Alberta is the only province in Canada with a completely privatized road test framework. The current system, with limited oversight, is vulnerable to many problems, such as inconsistent fees, poor service, reduced access in rural areas and an overall lack of integrity. Following consultation with industry stakeholders and Albertans, the province is moving forward with changes to the road test model for all driver’s licence classes. Effective March 1, 2019, all driver examinations will be conducted by Government of Alberta employees. Fees for road tests for all classes of driver’s licences will be standardized and services will be accessible at registry agent locations across the province. “We are taking steps to ensure Alberta’s driver examination model is safe, transparent and secure. We committed to consulting and working with registry agents, and we did just that. These changes maintain the vital role that registry agents play in our system and ensure that the important frontline services they provide will continue to be available to Albertans in their communities,” said Brian Malkinson, Minister of Service Alberta. The province will immediately begin recruiting and training driver examiners to conduct all road tests as government employees. Benefits of a governmentrun road test model include several advantages. Standardized fees to ensure everyone pays the same price for the same service. Enhanced oversight to ensure road test services are conducted fairly, consistently and professionally. A call centre to receive

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William Armstrong Douglas March 8, 1930 ~ September 25, 2018 William Armstrong Douglas of Camrose, Alberta, formerly of Waseca, Saskatchewan, passed away on September 25, 2018 at the age of 88 years. Left to cherish his memory are his wife Gladys; daughter Brenda (Doug) Davis of Olds; grandsons Keith, Ryan and James (Shannon); one greatgranddaughter; and brother Bob (Lynn) Douglas of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. William was predeceased by his daughter Sharilyn in 2016; first wife Doris; and his sister Catherine Freestone. As per Bill’s request, there will be no public funeral. A private family graveside service will take place at a later date in Saskatchewan. To send condolences, please visit www.burgarfuneralhome. com.

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March 31, 1999 ~ October 10, 2014 We closed our eyes for only one second, and you were gone. Now, our heart aches, our eyes leak, our soul mourns and our family is broken. Only a moment that changed forever. And, forever is such a very long time. But, you can be sure, you will live in our hearts forever. Always loved, forever missed, Mom, Dad Ryan and Devin

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Honour your departed friend or relative R. Lloyd Bertschi September 5, 1959 ~ October 5, 2018 Lloyd Bertschi passed away on October 5, 2018 at the age of 59 years. He is survived by his son Robert (Jessica); mother Letha Bertschi; siblings Ed (Tammy) of Calgary, Al (Shelley) of Lac La Biche, Diane (Ken) Hoeve of Red Deer and Ernie Jr. (Chantelle) of Edberg; nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins. Lloyd was predecased by his father Ernie Bertschi Sr. A Funeral Service will be held at Grace Lutheran Church. Date and time to be announced by Burgar Funeral Home.

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David Richard Carlson

May 31, 1997 – October 13, 2004 A Child of Mine “I’ll lend you for a little while A child of mine,” God said For you to love the while   she lives And mourn for when she’s dead. It may be six or seven years, Or forty-two or -three. But will you, till I call her back Take care of her for me? She’ll bring her charms   to gladden you And – should her stay be brief – You’ll have her lovely memories As a solace for your grief. I cannot promise she will stay For all from earth returns, But there are lessons taught  below I want this child to learn. I’ve looked the whole world over In my search for teachers true. And from all beings that   crowd life’s land I have chosen you. Now, will you give her all   your love? Nor think the labor vain? Nor hate me when I come   to take This lent child back again? I fancied that I heard you say “Dear Lord, Thy will be done. For all the joys Thy child   will bring The risk of grief we’ll run. We will shelter her with  tenderness We’ll love her while we may – And for the happiness   we have known Forever grateful stay. But should the angels   come for her Much sooner than we planned, We’ll brave the bitter grief   that comes And try – to understand.” – Author Unknown

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January 28, 1944 ~ October 2, 2018 It is with great sadness that we announce the sudden passing of David Richard Carlson of Camrose, Alberta, formerly of Meeting Creek, on Tuesday, October 2, 2018 at the age of 74 years. He will be deeply missed by his wife Donna; children Ryan (Meegan) Carlson and Ashley (Scott) Harris; four grandchildren Cooper, Kolten, Logan and Kaylee; and by his remaining extended family members and friends. A Funeral Service will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Thursday, October 11, 2018 from CityLights Church, 4920-48 Street, Camrose. If family and friends so desire, memorial contributions are gratefully accepted to Meeting Creek Cemetery or to the Heart and Stroke Foundation. To send condolences, please visit www.burgarfuneralhome. com.

October 15, 1918 ~ August 24, 2018 Jarvin Johnson of Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, formerly of Vermilion and Edgerton, passed away on Friday, August 24, 2018, at the age of 99 years. Left to cherish his memory are his children Deborah (Duane) Lawrence of Sherwood Park, Colleen (Chris) Andersen of Calgary and Shelly (Richard) Crookes of Stony Plain; five grandchildren; three greatgrandchildren with two more expected in the fall of 2018; and brother Norman (Carol) Johnson of Chauvin. Jarvin was predeceased by his wife Hilda; three brothers; and one sister. A Funeral Service will be held at 1:30 p.m. on October 12, 2018 from Burgar Memorial Chapel, 4817-51 Avenue, Camrose, with Rev. Mary Ann Pastuck officiating. Inurnment will take place in Valleyview Cemetery, Camrose. If family and friends so desire, memorial contributions are gratefully accepted to S.T.A.R.S. Air Ambulance. To send condolences, please visit www.burgarfuneralhome. com.

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Sherry Lynn Michaud October 1, 1960 ~ September 27, 2018 Sherry Lynn Michaud of Camrose, passed away on Thursday, September 27, 2018 at the age of 57 years. A Funeral Service was held at 2:00 p.m., Saturday, October 6, 2018 from the Burgar Memorial Chapel. For further information, and to send condolences, please visit www. burgarfuneralhome.com.

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Edna Marie Hauser Edna Marie Hauser, beloved Mother, Wife, Grandmother and Sister, passed away in Red Deer Regional Hospital on October 4, 2018 at the age of 90 years. Edna, one of George and Caroline Kroetsch’s nine children, was born on October 24, 1927. She grew up in Heisler, along with siblings Johnny, Loretta, Eddie, Linus, Anne, Rita, Irene and Leander, where she attended school, sang and played guitar with her sister Rita. As a young adult, she worked as a nurse in Sarnia, Ontario (a time she remembered fondly). After returning to Heisler, she met Ken Hauser and on October 24, 1949, they were united in marriage and began their life together farming in Strome, Alberta. Together, they had five children Kathy, Reg, Patricia, Eugene and Margaret. In 1967, they moved to Camrose where they lived most of their lives and were proud grandparents to Aaron, Scott and Michael. She worked tirelessly raising a family, helping Ken on the farm and working as a nurse in Camrose. Caring for others was a constant theme in her life, and she could always be counted on for support of family, friends and neighbours. Her kindness, warmth and inner strength will be missed by all. Eternal rest grant unto her, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon her. May she rest in peace. A Funeral Liturgy will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, October 11, 2018 at Weber Funeral Chapel, Camrose, AB, with Father Larry Pedersen presiding. Cremation has taken place and inurnment will be held at Valleyview Cemetery, Camrose. Memorial donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation or the Diabetes Association.

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Doris Haddock Marie Pehrson February 14, 1929 ~ September 28, 2018 Marie Pehrson was born in Kelsey, Alberta and passed away peacefully on September 28, 2018 in Prince George, BC with her daughter by her side. Marie had a love for owls. Her favorite pastimes included having coffee with her friends, playing bingo, doing crafts at the lodge and word search puzzles. Marie was predeceased by her husband Adolf in 1998. She is survived by her daughter Thelma (Garry) Harasimiuk; grandchildren Sylvia (Chris) and Jason (Meagan); and three great-granddaughters Caydence, Shelby and Emma. She is also survived by many nieces and nephews. She will be sadly missed and forever in our hearts. A memorial will be held at a later date.

It is with great sorrow that the family of Doris Haddock announces her passing in the town of Tofield, AB, in the evening of September 24, 2018. Doris will be lovingly remembered by her children Frank, Elizabeth (Rod), Ken, Peter (Angie) and Patricia; her grandchildren Jordan, Danica, Brian, Gabriella, Nikki, Cameron, Hunter and Abigail; as well as numerous family members and friends. Doris lived in many places including England, British Columbia and Alberta. She spent most of the last 20 years in Tofield. She was a loving mother and grandmother. Besides being a homemaker, she was a great seamstress. Her burial and memorial will be held at 10:00 a.m. on October 13, 2018 at Evergreen Memorial, 16102 Fort Road, North Edmonton, Alberta, followed by a celebration of her life at Kingman Baptist Church in Kingman, AB at 2:00 p.m. We lovingly remember our dear mother.

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Roxane Ronsko-Oslund Roxane Ronsko-Oslund of Ardrossan, Alberta was born on March 21, 1975 to Emily and Vern Ronsko. She passed away on September 28, 2018 in Edmonton at the age of 43 years. She is survived by her husband Gordon; son Gavin; parents Vern and Emily Ronsko; one sister Sherry (Allen); and friend Chris (Lori). A Mass of Christian Burial was held at 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, October 2, 2018 at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Parish in Sherwood Park, Alberta. Interment followed at Our Lady of Peace Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to Juvenile Diabetes Association or to the charity of one’s choice.

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Kodiaks put on a show at showcase By Murray Green

Colson Gengenbach scored two first period goals to spearhead the Camrose Kodiaks offence in a 4-1 victory over the Sherwood Park Crusaders in the second game of the showcase series for the local team in the Encana Arena, Sept. 29. Sniper Kyler Kupka padded the lead early in the middle frame after a feed from defenceman Zach Vinnell. Sherwood Park got a goal back on a power play later in the period. In the third, Cam McAdam connected with the man advantage to wrap up the scoring. Goalie Roddy Ross made 34 of 35 saves in the Camrose net. The Kodiaks registered 31 shots on goal. T he K o d ia k s unleashed their attack against the Grande Prairie Storm in the team’s first game in the showcase weekend, Sept. 28. Camrose blasted Grande Prairie 7-3 despite the Storm getting on the scoreboard first. Kupka kick-started the offence with a power play marker and then a minute later Jacob Kendall put the bears up again. A second Grande Prairie tally gave the visitors brief hope until Dawson Schwengler netted a short handed goal just 29 sec-

onds later. That was just the first period. The middle frame was all Kodiaks as they added three more tallies off the stick of Kupka, McAdam and Carson Welke. In the third, defenceman Brennan Davis added to the lead before the Storm replied. Goalie Griffin Bowerman turned away 16 of 19 shots he faced. Camrose pounded 29 shots at the Grande Prairie net. The Kodiaks have a three game homestand coming up. They host Brooks on Oct. 16, Olds on Oct. 19 and Okotoks on Oct. 21. Drumheller will the guests on Oct. 26. The games are at 7 p.m. except for Okotoks, which has a 2 p.m. puck drop. Bear facts The Kodiaks named Carson Welke as the hardest working player in September. A Craft Beer and Wine Fest has been slated for Saturday, Nov. 17. Contact: Heather Bratrud at 780-608-5056 or bratrudheather @ gmail. com for tickets. You will have a great evening of socializing, music, silent auctions and sampling of wine and beer and spirits. A support the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation night is planned on Dec. 7 when Grande Prairie returns to Camrose.

GOING FOR A RIDE

Murray Green, Camrose Booster Daine Milgate of the Camrose Kodiaks is sent for ride after getting tripped up in front of the Grand Prairie net during a AJHL Showcase game on Sept. 29. Camrose won 7-3.

Trojans stay close to Lakers, OLMP Royals go 4-0 By Murray Green

The Camrose Composite High School Trojans lost a 28-22 close match to Sylvan Lake on Sept. 27. “The Trojans set the tone on offence with the opening drive going the length of the field,” said coach Adam Belanger.

Drew Loosemore found receiver Ryan Pauls in the end zone for the opening touchdown. Noah Segal added the extra point and the Trojans led 7-0 early. Late in the first Sylvan Lake scored and followed up with a successful two

ON THE RUN

point conversion to take the lead 8-7. Defences stiffened in the second quarter and after a blocked kick late in the half it set up a Sylvan Lake pass that reached the end zone for a 14-7 lead for the Lakers. They tried another two point conver-

Murray Green, Camrose Booster OLMP Royals runner Luke Johnson looks for open space down field in six-man high school football. OLMP has won four straight games to move into first place.

sion, but the Trojan defence stopped them. The Lakers added two more touchdowns in the third and went one for two on their extra point conversions to extend the lead 28-7. Loosemore found Aiden Brown on a 50 yard touchdown catch and run. The Trojans went for the extra point, but the snap was high. Holder Drew Forster grabbed the ball and scampered into the end zone for the two point conversion limiting the gap to 28-15. The Trojans went for a short kickoff, but the Lakers recovered. The Trojan defence forced a stop and the offence took over. “Loosemore drove the team down field to inside the 10 yard line with a great run. Loosemore was injured on the play on a penalty and that took the ball to the one yard line. Forster took over as quarterback and the offensive line, anchored by center Kevin Kittler, led him into the end zone for a touchdown on the next play,” said coach Belanger A Segal extra point

brought the Trojans to within six points with 1:34 left in the game. The Trojans tried a short kick again, but the Lakers recovered and were able to run the clock. Loosemore went 9-19 passing, hitting five different Trojan receivers. Brown led the way with three catches for 74 yards and a touchdown. Pauls and Forster had two catches and Denton Robertson and Brock Dalke each had one. Leaders on defence were Jason Bennett with six tackles and Noah Koch with five. The Trojans are home with the Stettler Wildcats here on Oct. 12 at 7 p.m. The last away date was to be on Oct. 4 in Rocky Mountain House, but was postponed. OLMP Royals

In the Alberta Six Man Football League, Our Lady of Mount Pleasant Royals hosts Cold Lake on Oct. 11 at 4:30 p.m. in the second home date. The Royals play a road game on about Oct. 19. Playoffs will begin on, or about Oct. 25 or 26.


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SOUP AND SANDWICH LUNCHEON – St. Andrew’s Church Hall, Fri., October 19, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Enjoy a wide selection of soups, sandwiches and desserts. $10/person. JJ’S LINE DANCING – Mirror Lake Centre. Classes start October 17. Beginner class 2 p.m., intermediate class 9:30 a.m., advanced class 10:45 a.m. Please bring clean indoor shoes. Call 780-672-8177 or 780-672-9905 for more info. THE WAY JESUS SEES GRIEF – with Pastor Rick Bergh. Sat., October 20, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Salem Lutheran Church, Kingman. Lunch will be provided. For more info, contact Pastor Garfield Vikse at 780-781-6824. FALL TEA – Rosealta Lodge, 4318-53 Street. Sun., November 7, 1:30-3:00 p.m. Crafts, silent auction, raffles, door prize. Tea $5.00. Donations of new, unused items greatly appreciated. For more info, call Angie at 780-679-0851.

PERSONAL LOST THAT LOVING FEELING? Find it with a personal ad in The Camrose Booster classifieds. Ph. 780-672-3142. DRINKING A PROBLEM? Alcoholics Anonymous, call 780-672-9406 or 780-608-8798.

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ANNOUNCEMENTS THE DR. “MAC” SMITH MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND for post-graduate education in nursing is accepting memorials. To donate or for applications and information, please write to AARN Education Trust Fund. 11620-168 St., Edmonton, AB T5M 4A6. LEGION LADIES’ AUXILIARY FALL TEA AND BAKELESS BAKE SALE – Wednesday, October 10, 2-4 p.m. Royal Canadian Legion Hall. Admission $4.00. UKRAINIAN CATHOLIC CH U RCH PERO GY LUNCHEON – Thur., Oct. 11, 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Phone in / take out orders upon request. Phone 780-672-2197. Adult $10, 6-12 $5, 5 and under free. 5304-48A Avenue, “Little White Church on the Lake”. FALL CHICKEN SUPPER – Oct. 21, 4-7 p.m. Round Hill Community Centre. Sponsored by Round Hill Ag Society. Adults $15, youth 6-12 $7.50, under 6 FREE. BITTERN LAKE COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION – AGM, Thur., November 1 at 7 p.m. at the Community Hall.

FRIENDLY PLAYFUL KITTENS – grey, black. Ready for new home. Call or text 780781-1748. TWO MALE KITTENS – one gray and white, one white. Litter trained. 4 months old. 780608-6189.

WANTED WILL ACCEPT OLD VEHICLES, machinery, scrap iron, etc. Car batteries (will pay for). Call 780-672-6917 or 780686-5211.

HELP WANTED ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A PART-TIME JOB? This may be the job for you! Part-time Retail Merchandisers needed in Camrose. A Hallmark Retail Merchandiser maintains the Hallmark department in assigned stores, including ordering, receiving and merchandising of product. They maintain inventories, participate in in-store revisions and renovations, and new store installations. Please go to the following website to learn more about the position, and to apply: https:// www.candidatecare.com /srccar/RTI.home?c=1137&d=hall mark3.candidatecare. com&r=5000274102410

HAIR STYLIST WANTED – New salon in Camrose looking for stylists. Training required. Please call 780-781-9788 or email rootshairco@hotmail.com BEEKMAN’S BUTCHER SHOP – requires full-time meat wrapper / cutter. Competitive wages. Will be willing to train. 780-877-2140.

EMPLOYMENT WANTED 2ND BEST PAINTER IN TOWN – 30 years’ experience for all your painting needs. Call Rick the Painter, 780-672-0391.

SERVICES SELF-INKING STAMPS – Every shape, size, and colour. We deliver, right to your office. Camrose Booster Ltd., 4925-48 St., Camrose. Call us at 780-672-3142. J.D.’s SMALL ENGINE REPAIR, SALES & SERVICE – Ph. 780-672-7649. DSS CONSTRUCTION Don’t put off those projects any longer! Give me a call and we can plan together. Devin Meakins, Ph. 780-853-1080 JUNK TO THE DUMP – Free estimates. Garages, Basements, Yards, Light hauling. Tom – 780-678-1847. R.J.’S CONSTRUCTION Renovations, bathrooms, additions and repairs. Garages, concrete work. Arborite and tiles. 20 years’ experience in Camrose Call Rob, 780-672-0521 McTAVISH DELIVERIES LTD. Local and long distance moving Storage Insured and bonded Where your business is appreciated 780-672-5242, Camrose THE SHIRT OFF MY BACK TAILORING LOCATED IN ELAINE’S HOME in Camrose Please call 780-672-4793 Tues. - Fri., 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Thurs. Evening and Sat.: By Appointment Closed: Sun., Mon. and Holidays

FOR RENT FOR RENT ADS NOW UPLOADED TO The Camrose Booster Website DAILY! CAMROSE MOOSE HALL FOR RENT Ideal for weddings, banquets, any celebration or special occasion. Call 780-672-2505

ROOMS FOR RENT in the Scotney and Jacqueline character homes. Both are 2.5 blocks from university in Camrose. Clean, quiet and bright. Rent is $495 - $600 monthly plus DD and includes WiFi, utilities, recycle pick-up, yard care and snow removal. Partially furnished w/ shared laundry. (Some rooms are fully furnished for international students.) This is an affordable, quality accommodation that fills quickly. (Some rooms still available.) No partiers, smokers or pets allowed. Reduced rate over the summer for students. Please call Dave P., 780678-6163. ONE-BEDROOM APARTMENTS – These clean and quiet apartments are located close to downtown at 4914-52A Street. Immediate possession. 780781-1943. GROUND FLOOR OFFICE in newer building in Downtown Camrose. Generous 201 sq. ft., quiet neighbours, air conditioned, ample parking. $326.62/mo., including utilities. To view, please contact Blain Fowler or Don Hutchinson, the best and fairest in the business! 780-672-3142 days ASPEN TERRACE 4920-66 Street Welcome Home! Two-bedroom suites available! Includes fridge, stove and in-suite full-size washer and dryer. We pay heat, water and parking. Small pets welcome. Close to SAVE ON FOODS. Call for appointment. 780-672-8681 HOUSE FOR RENT – 3-bedroom house in Bawlf, newly renovated, 1-1/2 baths. No smoking, no pets. $1275/mo. plus utilities. $1275 DD. 587-7310546. DUPLEX FOR RENT – Located in Valleyview, this beautiful 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath home has 5 appliances, a fireplace, and a detached garage. Yard care and snow removal is included. $1400/mo. No pets. No smoking. 778-874-1763. LARGE, 2-BEDROOM SUITE – main floor. Heat, water, parking included. 6008 Marler Drive. 780-718-1422. T WO - BE DRO OM MOBILE HOME – South Side Mobile Park. $1200/mo. plus $1200 dam. dep. Water and lot fee included. Smoking and pets allowed. Looking for one-year lease. Available immediately. Contact Stephen, 780-619-5812 for further details or to book viewing. 4 -BEDROOM MAIN FLOOR SUITE – 1400 sq. ft. Hardwood floors, lots of storage, private laundry, dishwasher. No pets, smoke free. Near downtown. $1300/mo., utilities included. Available November 1. Text 780-679-7847 to view.

3-BEDROOM – $1050, DD $600. Water, heat, basic cable incl. No pets, no partiers, no smokers. Call Andy, 780608-9427. LOCALLY OWNED 4-PLEX Locally owned and operated four-plex, great location close to schools, university and downtown. Two-bedroom suites, open floor plan, five appliances. No shovelling snow or cutting grass, maintained by owner. Suites are like new, monthly rate very competitive. No pets, no smoking. Call Rick, 780-608-5000 or George, 780-678-7610 for info or viewing.

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1950s GE REFRIGERATOR – with some TLC, this would make an ideal meat smoker or a ‘man cave’ beer fridge. $100. 780-672-5872. SMALL KITCHEN SUITE – chrome, $80. 780-877-2255. MIRRORED ARMOIRE – with deacon’s seat. $50. 780877-2255. ASST. APPLIANCES – electric, your choice $20. 780877-2255.

REAL ESTATE 1.88 ACRES IN MIQUELON ACRES – Pavement to driveway, 3 car garage. Utilities to property line. Ready for house/mobile or just an awesome camping retreat. $115,000. Call Donna at 780-991-7157.

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MISCELLANEOUS PIPE – Tubing from 1 1/4” to 3 1/2”. Sucker rod - 3/4”, 7/8” and 1”. Line pipe and Casing also available. Wainwright, AB. 1-800-661-7858. STORAGE CABINETS – upright and flat. $50. 780877-2255. KEROSENE WICK HEATERS – $50 each. 780-877-2255. PROPANE HEATER – 60,000 BTU, comes with 2018 bottle propane. $80. 780877-2255. OIL BURNING STOVE – 2 burners. $40. 780-877-2255.

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CLASSIFIED ADS (Continued) ELECTRIC FENCER – 12 volt, $50. 780-877-2255. PLASTIC CHAIRS – your choice $5 each. 780-877-2255. QUALITY SEASONED FIREWOOD Offering Birch, Tamarack, Spruce, Pine, Poplar Delivery available Call or text 1-780-361-7500

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PERMANENT PART-TIME CHILD CARE WORKER Must have a minimum of ECD Level 1 to qualify. The Child Care Worker provides support to children in Shelter through coordination and implementation of in-house and community activities, and encourages and promotes healthy parent-child interaction through example and support. Must be aware of the symptoms of child abuse.

2011 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE LAREDO – white. Upgrade for winter. Heated seats, sunroof, camera, remote start, many options. Very dependable, well maintained, one owner. Looks, runs great. Must see! $19,500. Extra winter tires available. 780-781-3091. 2010 FORD ESCAPE XLT – 205 L, 154,000 km, gold, PW, PL, cruise control. $5000. 780781-3641. CAR STORAGE – available in Ohaton. Heated $150/mo. Nonheated $100/mo. Call Gord at The Auto Shoppe, 780-672-7231.

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BIRTHS To Christine

and Coleton George, of Killam, a daughter on September 27. To Adaeze Wobo and Chinwendu Onyejiaka, of Camrose, a daughter, on September 27. To Krystal and Gavin Dibb, of Camrose, a son on September 27. To Jessica and Jason Hyde, of Camrose, a son on September 28.

DEATHS David Richard Carlson of Camrose, formerly of Meeting Creek, on October 2, at 74 years of age.

Preferred applicants plan and implement age-appropriate play and supportive programming for children. Activities may include crafts, outings, sports, exercise, games and learning opportunities. The Worker provides care and maintenance of children’s equipment, including cleaning duties. Ongoing file documentation is required. The applicant must be prepared to provide childcare for a variety of ages, have compassion, and have worked with families. Current First Aid, CPR, criminal record and child welfare checks are required. Starting wage is $19.90. Minimum Hours of work required, with the ability to be flexible should the need arise: Monday, 1:00-5:00 pm; Tuesday, 1:00-5:00 pm (1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month, 1:00-8:30 pm); Wednesday, 4:30-8:30 pm; Saturday, 9:00-6:00 pm Closing date for all applications: October 22, 2018 Please forward applications to: Email: admin@camrosewomenshelter.org Fax: 780-679-4999 Mailing: Box 1405, Camrose, AB T4V 1X3 We thank all who apply; however, only those selected for consideration will be contacted.

Highway Maintenance Workers

EMCON SERVICES INC., a progressive Road and Bridge Maintenance Contractor in BC, Alberta and Ontario, is looking for a confident winter equipment operator in several locations. These are seasonal union (AUPE) positions.

Viking, Killam, Camrose

Our teams perform a large variety of road maintenance related tasks such as installing, repairing and maintaining signs, guiderails, fences, ditches, culverts, but the primary function for the winter season is driving plow trucks. Qualifications include: • Valid AB Driver’s Licence (minimum Class 3/air) • Class 1 preferred. • 24/7 on-call in winter season • Pre-employment drug screening Qualified applicants are invited to submit a resumé, along with photocopy of driver’s licence and an up-to-date driver’s abstract.

PRODUCTION WORKERS

Evraz Camrose Works is accepting applications for PRODUCTION WORKERS to work at our pipe making facility in Camrose, Alberta. Individuals must be at least 18 years of age, safety conscious, physically fit, able to work shift work and be available for overtime. We offer an attractive starting wage plus bonus opportunities, as well as an excellent benefit and pension package. Starting wage range $19.54 – $23.01, with 5% incremental service increases. All selected applicants will be required to attend and pass a physical assessment and a drug and alcohol screen arranged by Evraz. Applications can be completed in person at the office or sent to Hildy Hoffman at hildy.hoffman@evrazna.com. EVRAZ Camrose Works, 5302-39 Street, Camrose, Alberta We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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JOURNEYMAN WELDERS

Evraz Camrose Works is now accepting applications for JOURNEYMAN WELDERS to work at our pipe making facility in Camrose, Alberta. Individuals must be safety conscious, physically fit, able to work overtime and shift work. We offer an attractive starting wage plus an excellent benefit and pension package. Applications can be completed at the HR office at 5302-39 Street, Camrose, or resumés can be emailed to hildy.hoffman@evrazna.com. We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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MILLWRIGHTS / HD MECHANICS

Evraz Camrose Works is now accepting applications for MILLWRIGHTS/HD MECHANICS to work at our pipe making facility in Camrose, Alberta. Individuals must be safety conscious, physically fit, able to work overtime and shift work. We offer an attractive starting wage plus an excellent benefit and pension package. Applications can be completed at the HR office at 5302-39 Street, Camrose, or resumés can be emailed to hildy.hoffman@evrazna.com We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Emcon Services Inc. 9050-14 Street, Edmonton, AB T6P 0B7 Fax: 780-449-0574 Email: jobs.alberta@emconservices.ca

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JOURNEYMAN ELECTRICIANS

Evraz Camrose Works is now accepting applications for JOURNEYMAN ELECTRICIANS to work at our pipe making facility in Camrose, Alberta. Individuals must be safety conscious, physically fit, able to work overtime and shift work. We offer an attractive starting wage plus an excellent benefit and pension package. Applications can be completed at the HR office at 5302-39 Street, Camrose, or resumés can be emailed to hildy.hoffman@evrazna.com. We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.


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Harrison wins golf men’s title By Murray Green

Michael Harrison of the Augustana Vikings won the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference golfing championship with rounds of a 73 and 72 for 145 strokes. He won the men’s event by six strokes over Chase Broderson of Red Deer. Provincials were on Sept. 29 and 30 in Red Deer. Braden Clarkson of the Vikings placed 17th with scores of 81 in both rounds. Jean-Sebastien Rioux of Augustana was tied for 31st place with rounds of 91 and 85, Patrick Frose was tied for 33rd with totals of 85 and 92 and Blake Feth came in tied for 36th with 88 and 91 numbers. On the women’s side, Jayden Bauer turned in scores of 101 and 93 for 11th place for the Vikings. Hockey

Augustana lost 4-1 to Red Deer in an exhibition tournament game on Sept. 28. The Vikings host the Kings in regular season action on Oct. 12 in the Encana Arena. Cross-country running

Catherine Alcorn led Augustana by finishing in ninth place at Lakeland College on Sept. 29. She was followed by teammates Mackenzie Grove in 17th, Anne Mirejovsky in 20th, Tayla Koerber in 29th, Kylie Peake in 33rd and Loina Lim in 36th place. Michio Green led the men’s squad by coming in 14th place. Teammates Nathanael Tabert crossed the line in 17th, Benjamin Osorio in 21th, Joseph Sartison in 22nd, Noah Day in 23rd and Nils Asfeldt placed 28th. The running teams host a meet on Oct. 13 in Camrose at the Stony Creek Centre. Provincials will be on Oct. 27. Soccer

T he Aug usta na Vikings women’s soccer team were shut out 7-0 by NAIT and 3-0 by Concordia on Sept. 28 and 29. On the men’s side, NAIT won 6-0 and Concordia won 2-0.

FARMLAND FOR SALE BY TENDER The owners hereby offer the following parcel of land located in Camrose County, for sale by tender, subject to the existing reservations on title: FIRSTLY: MERIDIAN 4 RANGE 21 TOWNSHIP 43 SECTION 32 QUARTER NORTH EAST EXCEPTING THEREOUT ALL MINES AND MINERALS AREA: 64.7 HECTARES (160 ACRES) MORE OR LESS SECONDLY: THE NORTH HALF OF THE SOUTH EAST QUARTER OF SECTION THIRTY TWO (32) TOWNSHIP FORTY THREE (43) RANGE TWENTY ONE (21) WEST OF THE FOURTH MERIDIAN CONTAINING 32.4 HECTARES (80 ACRES) MORE OR LESS. EXCEPTING THEREOUT ALL MINES AND MINERALS The land is located approximately 4 miles west of Ferintosh. There are no buildings on the properties. There is a surface lease rental on the NE 32-43-21-W4 of approximately $3,000.00 per year. There will be no adjustment on the 2018 surface lease payment if received by the vendors before closing. Tenders may be submitted for individual parcels or all parcels. Tenders are to be submitted in sealed envelopes marked “Playfair Tender”, to Scott Farnham at Farnham West Stolee Kambeitz LLP, Barristers and Solicitors, 5016-52 Street, Camrose, Alberta T4V 1V7, on or before 12:00 noon, October 30, 2018, and shall be accompanied with GST number and a cheque payable to Farnham West Stolee Kambeitz LLP in trust for 5% of the tender price. No conditional tenders will be accepted and the highest, or any tender, will not necessarily be accepted. Tenders will not be opened in public. The deposits of all unsuccessful tenderers will be returned to them by mail. The successful tenderer shall be obligated to complete the purchase on or before December 7, 2018. The 5% deposit shall constitute a deposit towards the purchase price. Taxes will be adjusted on closing date. There will be no other adjustments. For further information, or to view the property, please contact Gary Playfair at 403-883-2421 or 780-608-8018.

INVITATION TO TENDER FARMLAND STANLEY HELGELAND hereby offers the following land for sale by tender, subject to the existing reservations on title: MERIDIAN 4 RANGE 18 TOWNSHIP 49 SECTION 12 QUARTER SOUTH EAST CONTAINING 64.7 HECTARES (160 ACRES) MORE OR LESS. EXCEPTING THEREOUT: ALL THAT PORTION SHOWN COLOURED PINK ON PLAN OF GAS PIPELINE RIGHT OF WAY FILED AS PLAN 7159ET CONTAINING 0.547 HECTARES (1.35 ACRES) MORE OR LESS EXCEPTING THEREOUT ALL MINES AND MINERALS The existing bins are included “as is”. Tenders are to be submitted in sealed envelopes marked “Helgeland Tender”, to Andreassen Borth, Barristers and Solicitors, #200, 5870-51 Street, Camrose, Alberta T4V 1S1, on or before 12:00 noon, November 5, 2018, and shall be accompanied with a cheque for $5,000.00 payable to Andreassen Borth In Trust, and GST number. Tenders will not be opened in public. The highest, or any, tender not necessarily accepted.

The Estate of Clara Cecilia Tate hereby offers the following parcel of land for sale by tender, subject to the existing reservations and exceptions on title: The west half of SW 31-45-20-W4, comprising 79 acres more or less, as set out in greater detail in Certificate of Title #952 295 724. The land is located between Camrose and New Norway. It contains approximately 60 arable acres, most of which is #1 and #2 soil. The perimeter is fenced, with access on the western and southern boundaries. Current oil and gas surface lease payments and pipeline right of way lease payments amount to $9,514.00 per year. The sale includes the existing registration for traditional water use under the Water Act. A package of further information regarding the property, including a copy of title, may be picked up free of charge at the office of Farnham West Stolee Kambeitz LLP, Barristers and Solicitors, 5016-52 Street, Camrose, Alberta T4V 1V7. Tenders are to be submitted in sealed envelopes marked “Tate Tender” to Jon Stolee at Farnham West Stolee Kambeitz LLP, Barristers and Solicitors, 5016-52 Street, Camrose, Alberta T4V 1V7, on or before 12:00 noon, November 1, 2018, and shall be accompanied with a GST number and a cheque payable to Farnham West Stolee Kambeitz LLP in trust for 10% of the tender price. The highest, or any tender, will not necessarily be accepted. Tenders will not be opened in public. The deposits of all unsuccessful tenderers will be returned to them by mail. The successful tenderer shall be obligated to complete the purchase on or before the end of December 3, 2018. The 10% deposit shall constitute a deposit towards the purchase price. The sale price will be subject to the customary real estate conveyancing adjustments for property taxes and oil and gas surface leases. The current tenant has until April 15, 2019, to remove the 2018 crop, if necessary. For further information, or to view the property, please contact Barbara Tate at 1-403-228-9706.

FARMLAND FOR SALE BY TENDER The owners hereby offer the following parcels of land located in Camrose County, approximately 2.5 miles north of Ohaton, Alberta, for sale by Tender: MERIDIAN 4 RANGE 19 TOWNSHIP 46 SECTION 25 QUARTER NORTH WEST EXCEPTING THEREOUT ALL MINES AND MINERALS AREA: 64.7 HECTARES (160 ACRES) MORE OR LESS MERIDIAN 4 RANGE 19 TOWNSHIP 46 SECTION 25 QUARTER SOUTH WEST AREA: 64.7 HECTARES (160 ACRES) MORE OR LESS EXCEPTING THEREOUT: HECTARES ACRES (MORE OR LESS) A) PLAN 9623825 DESCRIPTIVE 1.46 3.61 EXCEPTING THEREOUT ALL MINES AND MINERALS The lands have 290 cultivated acres and include six grain bins, five of which are hopper bins. Tenders must be submitted for purchase of both quarter sections. The quarters will not be sold separately. Tenders are to be submitted in sealed envelopes marked “Rhyason Tender” to Stephen Kambeitz at Farnham West Stolee Kambeitz LLP, Barristers and Solicitors, 5016-52 Street, Camrose, Alberta T4V 1V7, on or before noon, November 5, 2018, and shall be accompanied by a GST number and a cheque payable to Farnham West Stolee Kambeitz LLP in trust for $10,000.00.

Unsuccessful tenderers will be notified by mail, and their cheques returned.

No conditional tenders will be accepted and the highest, or any tender, will not necessarily be accepted. Tenders will not be opened in public. The deposit of all unsuccessful tenders will be returned by mail.

Successful tenderer shall be obligated to complete the purchase on or before December 14, 2018 and their cheques shall constitute a deposit towards the purchase price.

The successful tender purchaser shall be obligated to complete the purchase on or before December 1, 2018. The $10,000.00 deposit shall constitute a deposit towards the purchase price.

For further information, or to view the property, please contact Stanley Helgeland at 780-608-5423.

NOTICE

Volleyball

In exhibition play, the women’s squad beat NAIT Ooks 3-0 (25-14, 25-13, 25-19) and lost to King’s 3-2 (25-22, 23-25, 25-22, 19-25 and 15-11). The men’s team beat St. Boniface 3-0 (25-17, 25-19 and 25-18, lost 3-1 to Medicine Hat (25-18, 21-25, 27-25 and 25-18), beat COTR 3-1 (25-23, 18-25, 25-20, 19-25 and 18-16) lost 3-2 to Lethbridge (2025, 18-25, 25-23, 25-23 and 15-13). The women’s and men’s Vikings open the regular season away on Oct. 12 and then play their first home games on Oct. 13 at 6 and 8 p.m. against the Concordia Thunder.

FARMLAND FOR SALE BY TENDER

NOTICE OF DEVELOPMENT PERMITS The following Development Permits have been conditionally approved subject to the right of appeal to the Subdivision and Development Appeal Board. Any person claiming to be affected by a development permit approval may appeal to the Secretary of the Subdivision and Development Appeal Board, 3755-43 Avenue, Camrose, AB T4V 3S8 (780-672-4446), by filing a written notice of appeal, accompanied with payment of $150.00, by 4:30 pm on October 22, 2018. Type of Development: Second residence Legal Description: Lot 1, Block 1, Plan 1222648 NE 25-45-20-W4 Permit Number: 18-155

AS DEADLINE FOR PAYMENT OF 2018 PROPERTY TAXES WAS JULY 31, 2018 A 10% PENALTY WILL BE ADDED NOVEMBER 1, 2018 TO ALL OUTSTANDING CURRENT TAXES PAYMENT CAN BE MADE ONLINE OR AT THE COUNTY OFFICE 3755-43 AVENUE, CAMROSE, ALBERTA AND MUST BE RECEIVED OR POSTMARKED BY OCTOBER 31, 2018 A Drop-Box is Available for After Hours and Weekend Payments, Please Do Not Leave Cash in Mailbox. Payment can also be made at any financial institution. Please phone ahead (780-672-4446) if an appointment with the Assessor is required. Camrose County offers a Pre-Authorized Monthly Payment Plan for the payment of taxes. Application forms are available at the County office or on the Camrose County website: www.county.camrose.ab.ca. For further information, please call the County office at 780-672-4446. Paul King, County Administrator, Camrose County


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W‘h’ining with Rotary By Lori Larsen

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50 Years Ago This Week – from Oct. 8, 1968 edition • Camrose and district Sportsmen Association, in cooperation with Sid’s Sport Shop, advertised a Trophy Pheasant Contest. • Planet of the Apes, starring Charleston Heston, was playing nightly at the Kam Theatre. • Gone with the Wind was playing nightly at the Bailey Theatre, Camrose.

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If you like wine and you like fun, then the Rotary Club of Camrose Wine Survivor Raffle is just the ticket. Residents, 18 years and older, can enter by paying a cash entry fee and purchasing a bottle of wine (valued $13 or higher) as individuals or as a team of five. Individual entrants will be assigned to a team. Raffle participants can enter more than once (entry fees apply to each entry) and be on multiple teams to increase their odds. The deadline for entries is noon on Nov. 2 or earlier if all 300 entries have been sold. Funds raised by the Rotary Club of Camrose are donated to various organizations and initiatives within Camrose and area. “Camrose Rotary Clubs use most of our gaming revenue to support youth leadership programs like Air Cadets and Army Cadets,” explained Rotary Club of Camrose president Lou Henderson. “We also make donations to many of the other organizations providing services to the Camrose community like The Open Door, Habitat for Humanity, Bailey Theatre to name just a few.” Once all the entries are in, and the teams are finalized, people will be randomly removed from the “island” so to speak, when their name is drawn. “But don’t panic,” said Rotary president Lou Henderson. “You can still win as long as one person on your team is still in the running.” Elimination draws will take place between Nov. 5 and Nov. 9 until only 10 names remain. The final draw for the winners will take place at the Rotary meeting on Nov. 12. Prizes include, based on 300 bottles of wine, first place 100 bottles of wine (20 per team member), second place 70 bottles of wine (14 per team member), third place 55 bottles of wine (11 per team member), fourth place 40 bottles of wine (8 per team member), fifth place 25 bottles of wine (five per team member.) There will be a consolation prize of 10 bottles of wine to the first team eliminated. If the total number of entrants, and bottles of wine, are less than 300, 2nd through 5th place prizes will be prorated based on the number of bottles available for prizes. Consolation prize and 1st place will remain at 10 and 100 bottles respectively. For more information contact Lou Henderson at email lou.henderson.rotary@gmail.com or by telephone at 780-678-5135.


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COMMERCIAL EXC. LOCATION, BLDG. ... Camrose City Centre! 4000 sq. ft. commercial bldg. built in 2004, zoned C1. Prof. services/offices. Very nicely dev. w/2 bays, each w/reception, 7 offices, 2 washrooms, coffee room, laundry. Easy customer access! Exc. opportunity! Call now! Asking $629,000 CA0149026 EXC. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY! ... “The Lefse House”, an authentic Scandinavian bakery! Well established, 29 years in Camrose community. 4 bus. lines: retail, wholesale, gifts, coffee shop/restaurant. Strong reputation reaches far beyond. CA0140346 Asking $85,000 EXC. COMMERCIAL/ INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY! … Exc. multiuse property, 3600 sq. ft. bldg. on 1.67 acres, Ervick Junction, Hwy 13 and Hwy 21. Zoned RCI, Rural Commercial and Industrial. Awesome htg. combo w/in-floor and OH radiant. 14’x16’ high doors, Buderus boiler, mezz + more. Exc. opportunity! CA0132731 Asking $435,000 INDUSTRIAL LAND AVAILABLE … in Camrose. Over 14,000 M2 (146’x100’). Being sold “as is where is” with no warranties or representations. Asking $139,900 CA0145811

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With plenty of room for your growing family, this renovated one-and-ahalf storey home, located in a well-established subdivision, offers everything you need at a budget-friendly price. As you enter the home, you are greeted with a large living/conversation room flooded by natural light. Hardwood floors flow from the living room into a good-sized dining area, perfect for family holiday meals and get-togethers. Just off the dining area is a gorgeous newly-renovated kitchen featuring stylish white cabinets, backsplash tile and countertops and stainless steel appliances. A dinette area is surrounded by a bank of windows and has access to the outdoor patio area. Step down from the kitchen and dinette into a cozy family room with a fireplace to curl up in front of on family movie night, which is flanked by gorgeous built-ins. Just off the main living area is a huge back entry laundry/mudroom combination that can easily house a workout area or all of the family’s sports or hobby equipment, complete with a two-piece powder room.

Lyndsey Delwo On the upper level is a stylish master suite with a three-piece en suite. Two other good-sized bedrooms and a newly renovated four-piece bathroom including popular shiplap and current fixtures add wonderful touches to the home. The lower level offers tons more room for the family to spread out and is perfect so the older children can have a space of their own. A large recreation room would house a big-screen television and gaming area. A fourth bedroom and hobby room, which could be used as a fifth bedroom, means a private space for everyone. The oversized, fenced backyard has a brick inlay patio area for sitting and enjoying warm fall days and a large grassy area with mature trees and privacy shrubs. A 26’ x 30’ detached garage allows for two vehicles to be parked inside with additional parking outside for RVs. This updated five-bedroom home is located at 3907-67 Street and is priced well within your family budget at $336,400. There will be an open house on Wednesday, Oct. 10 from 4 until 6 p.m. and Sunday, Oct. 14 from noon until 2 p.m. For a personal viewing, call Lyndsey Delwo at:

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46466 RANGE ROAD 213 … Build your dream home in McNary Estates on this 1.57 acre parcel. Beautiful location, views! CA0126793 Asking $156,800 UPDATED BARRIERFREE HOME … in Daysland. Wheelchair accessible, open living space, enclosed elevator, many daily aides incl. Updated kitchen, vinyl windows, elec. panel, low maint. flrg. Single garage, 12’x32’ deck, immediate poss. CA0101339 Asking $109,900 BE AU T I F U L LY U P DAT E D BUNGALOW … Amazing price! New windows, flrg., reno’d bathrooms, completely remodelled kitchen, lighting, paint, trim. 3-bdrm. home on oversized mature lot. Garage fixed up as well! Turn key property, just move in! Asking $214,900 CA0131958 A TRUE GEM IN THE HEART OF DAYSLAND! … Beautiful bungalow, 9’ ceilings, hardwood floors, vinyl windows, low maint. 1-level living w/ MF laundry, 3-pce. en suite, fantastic kitchen. ICF foundation, in-floor htg. in bsmt. 24’x26’ garage. Asking $319,900 CA0135488 LOCATED IN THE BEAUTIFUL LITTLE COMMUNITY OF DAYSLAND ! … Recently remodeled 3-bdrm. bungalow. Bright, open floor plan on 6000 sq. ft. lot. Close to hospital, downtown, park. Perfect for first time home buyer or investor. CA0140553 Asking $74,900 COZY MOBILE HOME W/2 LOTS! … You’ll love the peacefulness, relaxing lifestyle of Kingman community. Well maintained, affordable 2-bdrm. w/10’x16’ addition. Private deck, 20’x24’ garage. Edmonton water supply, school K-12. Easy commute to Camrose, Nisku or Edmonton. Asking $89,500 CA0146499 GREAT LITTLE HALF DUPLEX … amazing value! Across from park, playground. Hardwood flrg., spacious bdrm., modern kitchen. 3rd bdrm., huge family room in bsmt. 24’x26’ garage w/alley access. Great school system. CA0138757 Asking $132,900

EXC. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY – ZON E D M1 LIGHT INDUSTRIAL! ... 4 lots w/good central location, suitable for multiple uses. 4352 sq. ft. bldg., good workshop areas, loading doors, front offices, mezzanine storage, HE furnaces, a/c. Fenced storage yard, 28’x30’ rear garage. Easy customer access. Call now! Asking $449,000 CA0062344 OPPORTUNITY AWAITS IN BAWLF! ... Thinking of starting your own business? With work, this property could be brought back to life and profitable. Situated ideally on Main Street, this may be ideal for a beauty salon, second hand store, restaurant, office bldg. +++. W/so much potential, such a reasonable price, this may be the best spot for your next venture! Asking $39,900 CA0133578 COMMUNITY STORAGE … Convenient self-storage options w/81 units + 4 outdoor stalls, 10’x30’ shed. Fenced compound w/coded gate access, 2 man. swinging gates, 10’x10’ office. Each unit has concrete base, drywall int., OH door. CA0143600 Asking $795,000 CHURCH PROPERTY IN HEART OF CAMROSE! ... Exc. city centre location w/7 lots. 35’x120’ property provides ample parking. Over 12,000 sq. ft. MF, 3700 sq. ft. upper level. Natural fit for another existing or growing church. Lots of possibilities and opportunities here! Zoned C1. Asking $999,000 CA0141102

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EXC. OPPORTUNITY, ZONED C1! ... Central Camrose, 2435 sq. ft. nicely fin. bay offers warehousing, front offices, lge. reception area. Commercial mixed use bldg. w/easy customer access, parking. Great place for your business! Take a look! CA0148933 EXC. SPACE IN DOWNTOWN CAMROSE … This 2171 sq. ft. space has a ton of potential. Located above From Kicks to Kids, this parcel could be ideal for a retail setup, professionals, accountants, lawyers + more! Camrose is known for its downtown shopping, w/wonderful boutique stores, charming restaurants, niche coffee shops. Clean, inviting, available immediately. Asking $1810/mo. CA0143994 GEMINI CENTRE … a place for business! 2158 sq. ft. on ground floor. Exc. opportunity for your new or existing business. Superior design, superb visibility, exposure. Elevator access. Great location, premier bldg. Call today for more info! CA0140753

EXC. BUSINESS/ INVESTMENT O P P O R T U N I T Y, ZONED C1! ... Great central location. 7662 sq. ft. Commercial Mixed Use building for retail, office, warehousing. Front retail, bays w/loading docks, warehousing. East bay 2435 sq. ft. very nicely dev., currently available to lease/occupy. Easy customer access, parking. Exc. investment opportunity w/3 existing tenants! Asking $639,900 CA0148931 E X C E L L E N T B U S I N E S S / INVESTMENT OPPORTU N ITY! – ZONED M1 ... Excellent east end location! 10,000 sq. ft. building, plus additional 2nd floor mezzanine and offices. Three titled condo bays w/14’x16’ doors. Easy customer access and parking! Excellent place for your business and you can lease what you don’t need! CA0146778 OWN THIS MOTEL AT A GREAT PRICE! … 25 unit motel for sale in Forestburg! Ready for either a live-in, or investor looking to add a potential revenue earner. Units all come fully furnished, 9 suites w/kitchenettes. Bldg. across from Golf Course, community hall. CA0140639 Asking $399,000 NEED SPACE FOR YOUR NEW IDEAS? … Or growing company? Or maybe you want an indoor place for your RV, or a spot to work on your toys? Only 10 min. drive from Camrose in Bittern Lake. 40’x50’ shop w/solid concrete floor would be ideal for anyone! Maint. free bldg., power in place, two 12’ doors, 14’ ceiling height. Asking $149,900 CA0141335 GREAT INVESTMENT … 3970 sq. ft. commercial bldg. Main bay w/dual 14’ OH doors, radiant heat + sec. bay w/standard garage door and FA heat. 3-phase power, 220, city water/ sewer, 2-pce. bath, office, reception. 39’x99’ storage compound + ten 12’x20’ storage bays, 1168 sq. ft. home. Use it all or sublet to pay the bills. Asking $339,000 CA0129977 6,000 SQ. FT. EMPTY LOT! … Located downtown between Credit Union and Royal Bank. C1 zoning, excellent location. Wonderful investment or building spot opportunity! Asking $149,900 CA0085343 EXC. BUSINESS INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY … One Tooth Activewear is a fantastic company that strives to maintain highest quality products w/friendly customer service! Outstanding time to own your own turn key business. Business, name, equip. for sale. Inventory not included. Asking $68,800 CA0148082 M&M FOOD MARKET … is well established, in high traffic location. Recent reno’s. Here’s your chance to add to existing portfolio or start a new one! Fantastic exposure, great walk-up capability make this a truly desirable location for any retail business. Completely turnkey, ready for new owners! Asking $375,000 CA0143960

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EXCELLENT DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY … on the Ring Road. 3.01 acres w/exposure to 50 Street and Camrose Drive. CA0138670 COMMERCIAL LAND FOR SALE IN DAYSLAND … Prime location for this M1 zoned property. Lot is 190’x110’ and looking for the right owner. Asking $59,700 CA0119438 2.94 ACRE MULTI-FAMILY LOT ZONED R3! EXC. LOCATION, CLOSE TO AMENITIES! … Exc. property for an adult community, condominium project and/or multi-family developments. Prime west-end location w/exc. site. Pavement on 3 sides, across from huge park. CA0097247 OVER 32 ACRES OF PRIME LAND READY TO BE DEVELOPED! … This fully serviced parcel in west end Camrose is now available. Look at making your own imprint in this ever evolving city. Motivated sellers ready to make a deal! Asking $2,800,000 CA0144255

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E X C E P T I O N A L LY BUILT WALKOUT BUNGALOW … backing onto water in Valleyview West subdivision! This stunning home features vaulted ceilings, flex room, gas FP, awesome master w/5-pce. en suite, a/c. 24’x24’ garage. Asking $629,900 CA0096217

Wed., Oct. 10, 4-6 pm 3626-64 Street Close EXC. BUNGALOW, CUL-DE-SAC LOCATION, CENTURY MEADOWS! ... Very well maintained 1196 E! IC W PRw/lots NEbdrm. sq. ft., 3+1 of recent upgrades. Great family or retirement home. Superb bsmt. dev. w/huge family/games room. 24’x30’ htd. garage, oversized yard, RV parking + more. Call today! Now only $339,900 CA0128814

Wed., Oct. 10, 4-6 pm Sun., Oct. 14, 12-2 pm 3907-67 Street “Home of the week, see page 39!” SPACIOUS FAMILY HOME INSIDE AND OUT! … 5 bdrm., 3 baths, generous reno’s! You’ll love the sunken FR, formal DR. Reno’d kitchen, dinette space – ideal for entertaining! Cozy FP w/built-in cabinetry, MF laundry, boot room. Extra lge. fully fenced yard w/ tons of extra parking, 26’x30’ garage. Asking $336,400 CA0138755

Thur., Oct. 11, 12-2 pm Sat., Oct. 13, 12-2 pm #306, 4623-65 Street AFFORDABLE VERY CLE A N SENIOR CONDO … walking distance from doctor’s appt., west end restauLISTING ! rants, shopping! Enjoy NEW sunrise from east facing sun room in reno’d unit w/lge. kitchen, LR. Master boasts dual closets, 4-pce. bath. Utility room has stackable washer/dryer w/room for cabinets, upright freezer or fridge. Warm inviting culture in bldg. Social room has kitchen. Games room, exercise room + more! Asking $179,000 CA0149084

Thur., Oct. 11, 3-5 pm 5305-61 Street Close EXC. HOME IN QUIET CUL-DE-SAC BACKING ONTO GOLF COURSE! … This custom built home will please any growing family and offers vaulted ceilings, 2 wood FP, multiple living areas, exc. kitchen w/one-of-a-kind dinette, lge. master w/4-pce. en suite. 22’x26’ garage, beautiful yard + much more! Asking $515,000 CA0109971

Thur., Oct. 11, 3-5 pm 5908-24 Avenue NEW COMMUNITY! WOW! WALKOUT BSMT. VILLAS OVERLOOKING LAKE! … Valleyview West, parks & walking trails close by. Coffered ceilings, hardwood flrg., gourmet kitchen, granite, spacious dinette, gorgeous LR. Superb master, en suite, a/c, exc. bsmt., in-floor htg. Awesome deck/patio, fin. garage, artificial turf. It’s all done, amazing views! CA0140242 Asking $530,162

OVER $375,000 WHAT A BEAUTIFUL LOCATION! … Quiet cul-de-sac w/private yard backing green ! G W LISTIN NEHardwood space. floors throughout MF, upper. 5 bdrm., 4 baths, MF laundry, updated kitchen, triple pane windows, cozy bsmt. w/workshop. Dble. attach. garage, fenced yard, lge. deck, huge garden option, space for RV. Asking $389,900 CA0148280 STYLISH, MODERN 2-STOREY ... w/bsmt. suite. 9’ ceilings, vinyl windows, hardwood/ tile floors + more. 3 upstairs bdrm. w/two 4-pce. baths, laundry. Bsmt. has one bdrm., 4-pce. bath, kitchenette, living/dining area, private laundry. No maint. deck, 22’x22’ garage. Immed. possession. Asking $393,500 CA0143225 BEAUTIFUL BUNGALOW, VALLEYVIEW WEST! … Close to parks, walking trails. Covered front veranda, 9’ and coffered ceilings. Beautiful hardwood floors, amazing kitchen, huge WT pantry, luxurious en suite, superb MF laundry, bsmt. w/cozy in-floor htg. Covered deck, 24’x26’ att. garage, RV parking + more! Fin. w/elegance! Ask $495,162 CA0140251 VALLEYVIEW WEST! … Stunning custom built 5-bdrm. bungalow. Great layout, hardwood flrg., high ceilings throughout, granite counters, lge. island, in-floor heat. Triple car garage, fully landscaped + so much more! A must see! Asking $619,000 CA0146889

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EXCEPTIONALLY BUILT WALKOUT BUNGALOW … backing onto water in Valleyview West subdivision! This stunning home features vaulted ceilings, flex room, gas FP, awesome master w/5-pce. en suite, a/c. 24’x24’ garage. CA0096217 Asking $629,900

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BRAND NEW BUNGALOW … Quartz kitchen counters, FP, vinyl plank flg., MF laundry, WI pantry, vaulted ceiling. Bsmt. framed for future dev. Covered porch, 11’x18’ deck, triple car garage. Asking $429,900 CA0111562

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CAMROSE HOMES OVER $375,000 IMMACULATE, WELL KEPT 4-BDRM. HOME BACKING ONTO VALLEYVIEW LAKE … situated on massive, private lot. C/W ICF framing, triple, double glazed windows, 4-season sunroom, custom cabinets, hardwood. 2 add. bdrm. downstairs, family roon w/wet bar, office/music room that could double as a 3rd bdrm. Fantastic storage, RV parking, parklike setting in back yard. Asking $549,900 CA0133035 BEAUTIFUL BUNGALOW W/SECONDARY SUITE, AWESOME 4-CAR GARAGE! … Valleyview West subdivision, close to parks, walking trails! Lots of possibilities, w/perfect hobby shop, revenue from secondary suite! MF features bright open floor plan, 9’ ceilings, hardwood/tile flrg. Exc. kitchen w/island, WI pantry. Superb dinette w/garden door to huge covered deck. CA0137677 Now only $524,900 Impressive floor plan in valleyview west! … Vaulted ceilings, gorgeous kitchen, 3 bdrm., finished FR in bsmt., 24’x22’ garage plus much more! Ask $444,900 CA0086740 ONE OF THE NICEST YARDS IN CAMROSE! … A must see in a quiet crescent. Parklike setting in back yard boasts underground sprinklers, RV parking, a lovely fountain, superb deck. Updated w/new windows, flrg. in most rooms, a ton of natural light, lots of space! Downstairs recently fin. w/new flrg., in-floor heat, 2 new furnaces +++. Just move in! CA0142801 Asking $469,000 EXC. FAMILY BI-LEVEL … across from park/ playground! Awesome Century Meadows location, ideal for whole family. 5-bdrm., 1376 sq. ft. bi-level w/bright open floor plan, 9’ ceilings, spacious kitchen, lovely LR, cozy FP, lge. dinette, generous bdrm., en suite, huge family/games area. Attached 22’x24’ garage, RV parking + more. Asking $379,900 CA0146215 WONDERFUL CHARACTER HOME … with charming bed & breakfast in desirable college area! MF features fantastic layout incl. generous FR, formal DR, updated kitchen, den, owner’s suite that can be locked for added privacy. 2 add’l. bdrm. up, 3-pce. bath. Bsmt. set up for extra living, sleeping space. So much potential for other such businesses here! Generate income from home today! Ask $424,900 CA0137201 TOP FLOOR W/LOFT! … Floor to ceiling windows showcasing Jubilee Park, high ceilings, lovely open concept condo. 2 bdrm., 2 baths, MF laundry, spacious upper loft. 2 lge. decks to enjoy views, gas FP. Htd. garage located on lower level. Very unique space, make it yours! Asking $499,000 CA0132970 BEAUTIFUL PARK RIDGE ESTATES BUNGALOW! … Amazing valley views! Impressive open design, quality built. Exc. presentation w/extra bright windows, 9’ ceilings, hardwood flrg., exc. kitchen, cozy FP in great room, private den, exc. MF laundry, superb master/en suite, lge. family/media room. Bsmt. infloor htg., A/C. Superb triple garage, landscaped yard, irrigation system. It’s perfect! Asking $669,500 CA0132390 SITTING ON ONE OF THE NICEST LOTS IN CENTURY MEADOWS! ... This really could be the quality home your family’s been waiting for! Featuring high-end engineered hardwood, vaulted ceilings, custom master, quartz counters, gas FP. Trex deck w/in-step lighting, prof. landscaped yard – THE LIST GOES ON! Everything is done, just move in! Asking $555,900 CA0119198 ASTONISHING WALKOUT BUNGALOW IN VALLEYVIEW … w/ sports court! Premier lifestyle w/open floor plan w/quality, craftsmanship. 4-bdrm., 3-bath home features 9’ coffered ceilings, massive office, FP, MF laundry, 5-pce. en suite, HW on demand, granite counter tops w/spacious kitchen, lge. island, WT pantry. Downstairs incl. wet bar, huge rec room. Triple garage, RV parking. Amazing south views of valley w/all artificial grass. Asking $995,000 CA0136120

Beautiful Walk Out Bungalows by Battle River Homes Gorgeous walkout condos Amazing lake views! backing onto lake and trails! NEW IN VALLEYVIEW WEST In-floor heated • Desired community LAKE ESTATES! walkout basements! • 9’ and 10’ ceilings • Gourmet kitchens, granite • Generous garages • Exceptional 5908-24 Avenue craftsmanship Thur., October 11 • Finished with 3-5 pm Starting from $409,162 elegance

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PREMIER FAMILY FLOOR PLAN … with walkout bsmt. in Creekview! Stunning 4-bdrm., 2192 sq. ft. 2-storey w/bonus room. Rear covered deck. A/C, flex room w/sliding barn doors, MF laundry, open kitchen overlooks dining, living area w/lge. windows, exc. gas FP w/stone feature wall. True master suite features 5-pce. en suite w/htd. floor. More than enough room for whole family w/terrific valley views you will absolutely love! Asking $537,000 CA0119211 BEAUTIFUL BI-LEVEL, TRIPLE GARAGE! … Bright open floor plan, 2 entrances, vaulted ceilings, open staircase, columns, arches, lots of bright windows. Exc. kitchen, huge island, bright dinette, awesome great/flex room, superb en suite, wine closet, lge. family/games area. Great yard, tiered deck + more! Asking $419,000 CA0141127 A M A Z I N G PROPERTY ON ENORMOUS LOT IN FANTASTIC NEIGHBOURHOOD! … 4-bdrm., 4-baths, 2-storey well taken care of home! Dble. att. fin. garage. Oasis of mature trees, landscaped yard, garden area, numerous sitting areas, covered & open patio, fire pit, detached triple garage! CA0146181 Asking $579,900 ABSOLUTE STUNNER! … Stylish and functional WO 2-storey. 3 bdrm., 3 baths, upper laundry room, bonus room, covered deck, fin. garage, A/C, quartz counters, walk thru pantry, gas FP + more! Custom built bench seating in back entry, master bdrm., 5-pce. en suite w/6’ shower, stand alone soaker tub! This one is going to wow you! Asking $569,900 CA0146374 PRICED TO SELL! STUNNING … custom built home in Valleyview. Close to walking trails, parks. 3198 sq. ft. bungalow boasts open, inviting floor plan, 11’ coffered ceilings, natural lighting, stone FP, MF laundry, hardwood flrg. Custom kitchen w/island, breakfast bar, SS appl., WI pantry, upper China displays. Spacious master w/WI closet, 5-pce. en suite. Covered deck, hot tub in back yard. Htd. oversized attach. garage, covered front porch. Asking $575,000 CA0142587 GORGEOUS COPPERSTONE CONDO OVERLOOKING MIRROR LAKE! … Exc. location near walking trails, downtown shopping, senior centre! Exc. bldg., in-flr. htg., wraparound decks, underground htd. parking. Bright open plan, 9’ ceilings, FP, gourmet kitchen, granite, gorgeous LR, spacious dinette, superb master/en suite, in-suite laundry. AMAZING VIEWS! You’ll love the quality, location, lifestyle! CA0140533 Asking $555,900 WOW! BEAUTIFUL 2-STOREY, AWESOME YARD, CENTURY MEADOWS! ICE! … Close to parks W PRGorgeous NEtrails. and walking 2741 sq. ft. home. Exc. presentation, beautiful open staircase, vaulted ceilings, hardwood flrg. Awesome kitchen, bright dinette, DR, LR, family, den, 2 cozy FP, MF laundry. Huge master, superb en suite. Dev. bsmt. Huge yard, private courtyard, RV parking. Impressive home! Now only $527,900 CA0117430 AMAZING CUSTOM BUILT WALKOUT BUNGALOW … in Valleyview! Premier location, exc. quality, impressive floor plan. Coffered ceilings, gorgeous open stairwell, stone accents, beautiful hardwood flrg., XL windows, custom cabinetry, granite, huge island/breakfast bar, WT pantry. Awesome great room, dinette views. Spectacular master, en suite, MF laundry. Exc. bsmt., in-floor htg., huge family/games area, custom bar, media room! A/C. Awesome yard, covered deck, private courtyard, garage. Now only $1,095,000 CA0141217

FARM

FIVE QUARTERS OF LAND! … Everything you need to expand, or start, your farming operation today! 775 acres +/– and of which 684 +/– are farmable. Two beautiful, well-cared-for houses on the property, out buildings, quonset. Good high producing water throughout, massive 113’x180’ shop w/in-floor heat. Nicely located about 45 min. east of Camrose on Hwy 26, just south of Viking. This is one piece you may want to have a look at before it’s gone! Ask $4,099,900 CA0142912

RESIDENTIAL LOTS HUSTLE PARK ... by huge playground and west end amenities! •  30 lots with alley access, starting from $91,190 •  18 cul-de-sac lots, starting from $114,290 SOUTHWEST MEADOWS ... by parks, playground and West End amenities! •  14 lots with alley access, from $96,690 •  11 large cul-de-sac lots, from $139,425 Call now for more information!

MULTI-FAMILY LOTS 2.5 ACRES ZONED R3 AND MULTI-FAMILY ... Exceptional west end location across from huge park and playground, by west end amenities. Lots of potential with re-division options. Call now! CA298482

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CAMROSE HOMES $250,000 to $375,000 EXC. FAMILY BILEVEL … Great Victoria Park location! ! Very well maintained G IN ST LI NEW 1360 sq. ft. home, awesome yard. Spacious, bright LR/DR. Lovely kitchen, MF laundry. Huge master, en suite. Dev. bsmt., hobby room. Huge private yard, alley access. 21.5’x26’ htd. garage + more! Asking $319,900 CA0148802 WONDER F UL BUNGALOW ON QUIET TREE-LINED STREET … 3+1 bdrm., 3 baths, vinyl windows on upper, hardwood LR. Sunroom, single attach. garage. Fully fin. w/lge., full fenced yard w/additional space for your dream garage! CA0144056 Asking $283,500 2ND OLDEST HOME IN CAMROSE! … Rare, historic character 3-bdrm. home ready for new chapter in its history. 2.5-storey w/clapboard siding, truncated pyramid roof, front-facing gable dormer w/open front porch w/2nd storey balcony. Modernized kitchen, character LR, DR, upper attic rec area. Asking $334,800 CA0146178 BUNGALOW TOWNHOUSE! … Attractive, well maintained, backing onto walking paths, green space. Open kitchen, dining, living E! IC PR W NE ceilings, deck access. Lge. master area. High w/4-pce. en suite, WI closet, second bdrm., 4-pce. bath, laundry. Downstairs boasts spacious open area w/high ceilings, lge. windows, add’l. bdrm., 4-pce. bath, lots of storage. Single attch. garage. Asking $339,000 CA0139211 CENTRALLY LOCATED BUNGALOW … backing onto the berm! Spacious family room, eat-in kitchen/dining space. Great kitchen w/glass backsplash, SS appl. 2 bdrm. up, 2 bdrm. down. Private west facing back yard, fully fenced, 24’x26’ garage. A terrific home to make your own! Asking $269,900 CA0137907 WONDERFUL SW MEADOWS HOME! … Bright open floor plan, lovely kitchen w/island, LR, DR w/view & access to beautiful big back yard, green space. Superb master w/impressive en suite, WI closet. Lge. 2nd bdrm., 4 baths, fin. bsmt., generous FR. Enjoy trails, playground, park, att. garage, various updates. Move-in ready, it’s perfect! Asking $259,900 CA0147345 BRIGHT, WELCOMING BI-LEVEL … on lge. lot! 4 bdrm., 2 baths. Open floor plan when you walk into living/dining/kitchen area. Lge. covered deck overlooks fully landscaped oversized fenced yard w/amazing apple tree, detached dble. htd. garage. Close to all west end amenities, golf course, playground! Asking $284,900 CA0145381 WELCOME HOME! ... Lovely multi-level w/MF master, open concept living, hardwood/tile floors, 4 bdrm., 2 baths, part. fin. bsmt. 22’x24’ garage w/RV access on paved lane, fenced yard. Asking $349,900 CA0142533 PERFECT BI-LEVEL HOME ... in a wonderful area! 4-bdrm., new windows, open, inviting floor plan up, recently renovated main bathroom. Downstairs has exc. family room for all your extra items. Outside is virtually maint. free w/superb deck, dble. garage, RV parking. This could be the ideal place you’ve been waiting for! Asking $264,500 CA0133505 GREAT VALUE IN CREEKVIEW! ... Over 1500 sq. ft. multi-level w/hardwood floors, granite counters, SS appl., vaulted ceilings, gas FP, framed-in bsmt. + more! 3 bdrm., 2 baths. Lovely master w/WI closet, 4-pce. en suite. Dble. att. garage, fully fenced/landscaped yard, raised deck. CA0141459 Asking $349,900

MULTI-FAMILY

R ARE INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY! … Up/ down duplex has 3 bdrm., 2 full baths, laundry, lots of space upstairs. Downstairs is separate suite w/2 bdrm., 1 full bath, laundry, separate entrance, own porch, own parking. A must see! Asking $378,900 CA0136354 EXC. FULL DUPLEX … close to parks, rec area. Updated windows, flrg., roof, paint, etc. Side A 2+1 bdrm. Side B 2+2 bdrm. Each unit has 4-pce. main, 3-pce. bath + in suite laundry. Consistently rented, $1200/mo. per side + utilities. Asking $399,900 CA0137186 55’x235’ LOT ZONED R3 … in downtown area. Rear, side alley access + 40’x32’ triple htd. shop. Zoning allows upwards of 12 units. CA0142820 Asking $259,900 NINE-PLEX, EXCELLENT INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY! … Very well maintained, central downtown location. Impressive bldg., 8 spacious 2-bdrm. suites, one spacious 1-bdrm. suite. Oversized 50’x209’ lot w/ample parking. A property you’ll be proud to own! Don’t miss out on this one! CA0117063 Now only $915,000 WELL MAINTAINED FOURPLEX … close to schools, parks, rec centre. Nice quiet location w/three 2-bdrm., one 1-bdrm., shared coin laundry, good parking, balconies for upper units. Shingles 3 years old. Central boiler system. Asking $434,900 CA0137733

W O N D E R F U L LY UPDATED BI-LEVEL … Close to Chester Ronning School and Rec. Centre. Triple pane upper windows, updated baths, new high eff. furnace, vinyl plank in bsmt. and totally updated kitchen! 2+2 bed w/2 bed, 22’x24’ garage and large mature fenced yard. Asking $299,900 CA0146458 G O R G E O U S WALKOUT BUNGALOW TOWNHOUSE ON PARK! … Quality built, bright open plan, 9’ ceilings, hardwood flrg. Awesome kitchen, granite, lge. island, huge WT pantry. Park views from LR, superb master/ en suite, MF laundry. Bsmt. dev., in-floor htg. No condo fees. Park views from deck, amazing patio. It’s perfect! Ask $362,900 CA0139403 EXC. CONDO OVERLOOKING JUBILEE PARK … You’ll love park views, walking trails! Blocks from city centre. Beautiful open design, vaulted ceilings, awesome loft, huge bright windows, superb balcony. Lovely kitchen, gorgeous LR, cozy gas FP, 3 baths, spacious master, a/c. Htd. garage just steps from elevator! CA0146607 Now only $359,900 SPACIOUS BUNGALOW … w/ plenty of room for whole family! LR w/wood FP, bay windows. Formal DR or flex space to suit fam. needs. Oak kitchen w/spacious dinette. 3 bdrm. up, MB has full en suite, WI closet. 2 bdrm. down, lge. rec room. Quiet area, fully fenced, mature landscaping. Asking $349,000 CA0148080 LOCATION, LOCATION! … Bungalow situated ideally on quiet street, close to schools, rec centre. Nice updates ready for new owners. Fully fin. bsmt. Fully fenced yard, dble. garage, RV/additional parking. CA0146981 Asking $265,000 WONDERFUL FAMILY HOME … walking distance to Jack Stuart School, backing onto green space. 4 bdrm., 2 baths. 24’x26’ garage, fenced yard, large deck. Over 1100 sq. ft. fully finished! Ask $279,000 CA0144325 BEAUTIFUL BUNGALOW, RV PARKING, HTD. GARAGE! ... Everything you need is on MF. Exc. 1226 sq. ft. home w/open plan, hardwood flrg., superb kitchen, spacious dinette, LR. Superb master, en suite, MF laundry. You’ll love bsmt. dev. Extensive Control 4 home system. Low maint. yard, attached htd. garage. Now only $347,000 CA0133262 WEST FACING BALCONY … in a very clean 1146 sq. ft. adult living condo! Social room, underground parking, recycling. In suite laundry, 2 bdrm., 2 baths. Master has WI closet, en suite. Kitchen has eating bar. LR w/FP. Gas outlet on balcony. You can even have a small pet, it’s PERFECT! Asking $297,500 CA0139123 WONDERFUL ONE-LEVEL LIVING OPTION … w/mostly fin. WO bsmt. Well kept, cared for bungalow w/hardwood flrg., walk-thru pantry, 4-pce. en suite, MF laundry, bright open concept, low maint. deck/yard. You’ll love the lifestyle! Asking $329,900 CA0132421

ACREAGES

OPPORTUNITY TO HAVE THIS ACREAGE WITHIN CITY LIMITS! … 2.24 acres, beautiful 2-storey home w/over 2000 sq. ft., 4 bdrm., 3 baths, greenhouse amenities. This is a must see to appreciate the value in property and home! Close to parks, trails. Asking $989,000 CA0145648 REMARKABLE PROPERTY! … 1/3 mile off Hwy 21. 10 min. to Camrose. 26 acres, 2190 sq. ft. fully fin. home + sun room. A/C, vinyl windows, 3 gas FP, newer shingles. 32’x48’ htd. shop, 32’x60’ partially htd. shop, 34’x60’ barn. 7 acres fenced, 11 acres hay, dugout, garden, masterfully landscaped. A true beauty! Asking $995,000 CA0119340 affordable acreage 25 min. to camrose! … PriING ! vate, treed w/perimLISTsq. NEW1000 eter fencing, ft. home, 24’x30’ garage, older quonset/barn, 30’x90’ pole shed w/ metal cladding. Some newer windows, updated baths, cozy 10’x22’ porch. Well, septic new approx. 2002. Asking $299,900 CA0148429 QUARTER SECTION! … Enjoy country living at its finest on this beautiful, peaceful property. 5-bdrm. bungalow, open concept kitchen, dining, living areas. Stunning views! Fin. bsmt. w/lge. family room, 2 add. bdrm., 3-pce. bath. 130 acres cult. w/balance pasture, yard. Asking $949,900 CA0141122 EXC. 1615 SQ. FT. BUNGALOW … on 9.9 acres features good size kitchen/dining area, LR w/garden doors out to your 18’x18’ deck. Attached 24’x31’ garage w/entrance to bsmt. Second well for animals is used in summer + much more! Asking $489,900 CA0123205

EXC. DUPLEX IN BEAUTIFUL VALLEYVIEW! … Close to walking trails. 3 bdrm., 2-storey design w/open floor plan, lots of bright windows, 9’ ceilings, spacious kitchen w/garden door to private maint. free deck. Investment property or first time buyer. Asking $244,900 CA0143491 3-BDRM. CONDO W/ GARAGE! … Close to parks, schools. Exc. design, bright open plan w/lots of windows, impressive vaulted ceilG! IN ST LI NEWconcept kitchen, dinette, spacious ings. Open LR, 2 baths, MF laundry, private entrance. First home or investment, it’s a great opportunity! Asking $193,000 CA0148608 CUTE, CHARMING BUNGALOW … just east of downtown, PR ICE! walking distance to NEW Charlie Killam and École Sifton Schools. 4 bdrm., 1.5 baths, vinyl windows, updated bsmt. insul., orig. hardwood flr. 14’x26’ garage. Quiet cul-desac. Immed. poss. Asking $192,900 CA0145372 GREAT BUNGALOW … close to schools, rec centre, you’ll love the location! 1071 sq. ft., 3+2 bdrm. home w/oversized yard, RV parking. Country style kitchen, spacious LR, 3 MF bdrm., dev. bsmt. Lots of potential, exc. location! Asking $238,900 CA0137938 MOBILE HOME ON ITS OWN LOT! … Super location in quiet cul-desac. Affordable option for first-time buyer w/ ! ED UC ED R to create sweat equity by underopportunity taking some upgrades. 910 sq. ft. w/3 bdrm., bath. Have a look! CA0138349 Asking $99,900 ONE-OF-A-KIND! ... Backing the fountain! Bring those creative ideas, let’s see what you can do! 1370 sq. ft. WO bungalow w/some of the best views in Camrose! CA0134813 Asking $224,900 CUTE, QUAINT CHARACTER HOME … close to downtown, schools! 2 bdrm., one full bath, tons of charm. Mature E! IC W PR landscaped w/cottage style white fence, sitNEyard ting porch area, fruit trees, garage. A great opportunity! Asking $226,800 CA0145545 T O T A L L Y UPGRADED! … Move in ready home w/quick possession possible. Updated kitchen cabinetry, flrg., windows, siding, furnace, HW tank, newer appl. Exc. 16’x28’ garage + private deck. You’ll be impressed! Asking $164,900 CA0132054 GREAT STARTER BUNGALOW … by schools, parks! 958 sq. ft. 2+1 bdrm. w/good location. Bright LR, cozy kitchen, dinette w/patio doors to lge. private deck. Dev. bsmt. w/lge. family/games area. Courtyard, 24’x26’ garage, alley access + more! Asking $212,900 CA0145857 AFFORDABLE LIVING! … 1080 sq. ft. 2-bdrm., 2 bath mobile c/w lots of ! space, a good floor G IN ST LI W plan,NE everything you need! Covered deck, landscaped, fenced yard c/w shed for storage. Asking $68,000 CA0148605

ACREAGES

CUSTOM BUILT 1885 SQ. FT. RAISED BUNGALOW … on 11.05 acres. 3+1 bdrm., 3 full baths, ICF bsmt. w/infloor heat, triple pane windows, HRV unit, hardwood/tile/cork flrg. + more! 24’x24’ garage, 24’x28’ htd. shop. Ideal setup for animals w/fence, x-fence, dugout. 10 min. east of Camrose, just off Hwy 26. CA0143322 Asking $659,900 290 ACRES (4 TITLES) ON BATTLE RIVER VALLEY! … Just min. SW of Camrose. Exc. farmland, rec, building your dream home or your own private getaway! Secluded, great bldg. site w/river running through it. Grain, pasture, hay, horses, cattle. Amazing opportunity! Call now for details! CA0148521 AMAZING COUNTRY LIFESTYLE, AWESOME PRIVATE SETTING! … 34.84 acres on Hwy 833 only 5 min. from Camrose. Perfect for hobbyist, small bus. or rec. use. Private treed setting, groomed nature paths, 11 support bldg. 2+3 bdrm, 1822 sq. ft. custom built energy efficient bungalow. Attached garage, barn, workshops, RV shed, machine shed. Asking $544,900 CA0138798

HOBBY FARM! … Just outside of Daysland, beautiful mature setting. 3.7 acres, 4 bdrm., 2 baths. Lge. LR addition w/new wood stove. Barn w/vaulted loft, stalls, att. htd. workshop, dble. htd. garage. Perfect for horses, livestock. CA0127546 Asking $385,000 1918 SQ. FT. WHEELCHAIR ACC ES S I B LE B U N GALOW … on City of Camrose water! 5 bdrm., 3 baths. Will impress you from the moment you pull up! Bright open concept floorplan, vaulted ceilings, hardwood flrg., elevator. MF deck, stunning panoramic views on 27 acres. Pride in ownership is shown throughout the property! CA0114395 Asking $998,000

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October 9, 2018 Camrose Booster  

Camrose, Alberta newspaper

October 9, 2018 Camrose Booster  

Camrose, Alberta newspaper