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Vol. 13, No. 19, Wednesday March 7, 2018

STOP THE PRESSES It was Opening Night in Chipman

Above: (l to r) Pan Handle (Caren Cossey-Kwashycia) and Sleezy Tab Lloyd (Bruce McGregor). Below: Aspen Print (Tanya Sherban), Jack Newsworthy (Don McBride), Edward Torial (Fred Pewarchuk), and Mrs. Pickles (Jo-Ann Fontaine).

The play opened to a full house who Maureen Sullivan Bad weather and winter driving thoroughly enjoyed the show. There couldn’t stop the opening night gala of were many laughs throughout the play the Chipman Players "Stop the Presses" and quite a few inside jokes. When a concerned citizen asked by Tim Kelly. An election is in full swing in the Edward Torial (a Mayorial Candidate Town of Four Corners, and all the in four Corners) what he was going to action is taking place in the newspaper do about the potholes he answered, “there is only one thing you can do offices of the Colorado Clarion. There is Granny Print, owner of the about potholes. Like Lamont, nothing.” Also Chiffon has her eye on Sleazy paper and its senile typesetter played by Joyce Dobirtsen; her granddaughter who in years past has stolen her share Aspen Print, Editor and civic leader of the money from the Mundare stock played by Tanya Sherben and newspa- scandals. There is also mention of the per girl Judy Paige played by Jocelyn Lamont Leader and Jessica Littlewood. Rounding up the crew is Josh Lesoway. The villain Sleazy Tab Lloyd played McGregor on sound, John Stribling on by Bruce McGregor steals the paper sets and Roberta Sieben on hair and from Granny with the help of Chiffon makeup. Also the dinner catered by Delure played by Carol Stribling, and Tom Hrehorets was delicious. There was also a great half time his right hand man Panhandle played show by Kieron Willis and her daughby Caren Casey-Kwasnycia. The hero of the day is the Sherriff ter Elizabeth Goudman, of the Abbott Jack Newsworthy played by Don and Costello baseball skit "Who’s on McBride, who prevents Sleazy from First." Don’t miss the next three shows on stealing the election. Also making appearances are: Annabelle played by March 9, 10, and 17th. Terry Andriuk, Chifons maid who only wants to get to Fort Edmonton; Dusty the pony express rider who has lost her horse; and Edward Torial who’s running for Mayor - played by June Lambkin and Fred Pewarchuk. The cast is rounded Above (l to r), Sleezy Tab Lloyd (Bruce McGregor), addiup by three citizens tional citizen (Bonnie Mandryk), Dusty (June Lambkin), played by Jo-ann additional citizen (Gwynne Hayward), Edward Torial Fontaine, Gwynn (Fred Pewarchuk), Mrs. Pickles (Jo-Ann Fontaine), Hayward and Bonnie Chiffon Delure (Carol Stribling), and Jack Newsworthy (Don McBride). Mandryk.

2 - The Lamont Leader (Lamont, Alberta), Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Mundare public meeting held to plan for the future Maureen Sullivan The Town of Mundare held a public meeting on Feb. 27, at the Curling Rink with Mayor Mike Saric, CAO Colin Zyla and the Town Council. The meeting was to discuss the priorities of the citizens for Infrastructure including water, sewer, roads, drainage; recreation; and tourism and economic development. Other priorities mentioned was the need for a town doctor and the question of should the town chip-in an incentive of $40,000 as the cost for a doctor which had been covered by Covenant Health in full but can no longer be sustained and going forward will only cover about half. In the Mayors' opening remark he discussed the fact that the town had an aging population and asked was it important to step-in and help some of the community centres such as the curling rink and senior citizen centre that are run by non-prof-

was that they would like some paved parking because gravel is being dragged in, onto the new floor that the firefighters put in themselves and it is being wrecked. Discussions of bylaws took up most of the evening with most of the citizens having something to say about them. Most concerning to the public was the perception that the bylaw officer was not enforcing

it groups currently, but may not have the members to maintain them in the next 10 years. First up was a discussion of the Fire Department, which would like for the doors of the building to be upgraded. They would also like an air handling unit as when they wash the trucks in the winter the diesel truck is running and it is hard to breathe. Also mentioned

infractions equally around town. The CAO said that most of the bylaw enforcement is made on a complaint driven basis. Therefore it is incumbent for the citizens to lodge complaints if they see something. Also of concern was the rundown buildings and houses that are being neglected or used for drugs and other illegal activities. Discussion

The town is hoping to use grant money to do camera work to look at existing underground services. The sewage lift station is being assessed to see if upgrades to the existing system can be done or if a whole new building has to rebuilt. Finally the town sander had broken and was just replaced so the roads should be sanded soon. Continued on Page 5

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4 - The Lamont Leader (Lamont, Alberta), Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Opinion Analytics gone too far A friend of mine had just started working for a good sized company in downtown Calgary several years back. He was around 50 at the time, and I remember him telling me about how difficult it was understanding the younger generation and their world of analytics. His manager, in his early 30s, hired a young guy around 20-years-old to work nights since the young man was also taking some University courses. At the time my buddy just started working nights as well, though he later transferred to days when the opportunity presented itself. One night the employee in question brought a pillow and blanket, and after doing some work actually bedded down for a couple of hours. It turned out that this was not just a one-time snooze-fest. He began doing it every shift. That wasn't the only problem with this young employee. He was sloppy at his job and failed to get back to customers in a timely manner. The manager talked to him, but not much changed. Customers complained. Fellow employees on the same shift complained. The manager did nothing. Apparently, according to my friend, the manager was so worried about how the bad hire would look analytically on his record, that it seemed more sensible to him to keep a terrible employee rather than admit making a mistake hiring him. So this went on for months before the young fellow finally quit, stating that he just couldn't maintain a job and also go to university part-time. Too “stressful.” The resignation of course was well received. The company carried on after months of damage done by the student, and the manager retained his perfect hiring record. Kerry Anderson


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Lamont Tier 4 Peewees dispose of Tofield on playoff weekend With minor hockey winding down for the winter, top local teams trying to make playoff run KERRY ANDERSON These are some of the results from the 16/60 Minor Hockey League games held recently. (Please note that scores and scoring is taken from the website, and some game scores and scoring is dependent on proper league entries. Deadline is typically Sunday evenings, so if scores are not noted they may have been entered after this time. Bruderheim Tier 4 Novice will play the winner of playoff series B next weekend. Bruderheim Tier 4 Atoms lost a 10-3 playoff

game at the Viking Carena on Saturday. Emerson Hauch picked up two goals for Bruderheim (2g 1a), while Kayden Winslow (1g 1a) got the other. Ashton Strickland got an assist in the game. Game two was a 6-2 loss at Bruderheim Arena on Sunday with Emerson Hauch scoring both Bruderheim goals. No assists were awarded. Lamont Tier 4 Atoms lost a two game home and home series against Camrose on the weekend, tying 4-4 at Lamont Arena on Saturday and then losing 7-4 in

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that it was obvious that the council will have to look at and review the bylaws to see if they need to be changed, and to see if they are being enforced fairly. The consensus he felt was that a 10 year plan should be drawn up to be ready for infrastructure development and to create a plan for paving and repaving roads based on sewer work and waterlines being completed first. He plans to have more public meetings to further discuss these plans.

Continued from Page 2 The town was approached by Vegreville and the County of Minburn to be part of a regional recreational master plan that may consist of interconnected walking trails. Also discussed was the idea of charging for people to use the RV sani dump. The Mayor summed up the two and a half hour meeting by saying

Camrose on Sunday. In the tie game, Lamont came back from a 4-1 deficit midway through the game with three unanswered goals. Scoring for Lamont were; Alex Andruchow (2g 2a), and Preston Burback (2g 1a). Sandy McDonald stopped 33 shots in goal. In Sunday's 7-4 loss, Camrose got off to a 4-0 lead and then cruised to the win. Alex Andruchow scored a hat trick for Lamont. Aiden Loran connected on the other goal, and Teagan Stetsko was awarded an assist. Lamont Tier 4 Peewees disposed of Tofield in their two game playoff series, winning 9-2 on

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Carver Johnson (1a), and Mason Oshust (1a). Konnor Kalbfleisch got the win in goal. In game two, Kade Dickinson had a 4-goal game (2g 2a). Other scorers were; Mason Oshust (1g 2a), Dylan Onuschko (1g 1a), Jaxon Burant (1g 1a), Jacob Shiach (1g), Devon MacKinnon (1g), Konnor Kalbfleisch (1a), Maisie


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6 - The Lamont Leader (Lamont, Alberta), Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Lamont High has Elementary School Basketball challenge On Saturday, March 3 Elementary Students from the district were out at Lamont High School for a basketball tournament. The girls who played in the morning and the boys who played in the afternoon also participated in a free throw competition. The high school offers the tournament as a community involvement project with the elementary schools to help build relationships between the high school and their younger counterparts. Cory Kokotailio, the Director of Athletics and Physical Education at Lamont High School ran the tournament all day on Saturday. He said, “The elementary students get exposure to the school environment of Lamont High School and begin to look forward to attending in the future.� Lamont Elementary sent two girls and two boys teams. Bruderheim Elementary had a boys and girls team. Win Ferguson Elementary from Fort Saskatchewan sent two boys and two girls teams. Fort Saskatchewan Elementary sent a boys and girls team. For the girls Lamont Elementary won first place and Win Ferguson from Fort Saskatchewan placed second. For the boys Win Ferguson won first place and Lamont Elementary placed second. In the free throw competition Katelyn from Bruderheim Elementary won for the girls and Christian from Lamont Elementary won for the boys.

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Lamont water line problems an inconvenience for over 2 weeks

MAUREEN SULLIVAN The last two weeks have been an exercise in patience for the residents of 47th Street, in the Campbell subdivision in Lamont while they wait for the Town to fix a broken water pipe. The initial complaint was made on Feb. 18 and the Town has been trying to fix the problem since, unfortunately the time of the year is making things difficult with the frost in the ground continuing to move the pipe around and causing more breaks as they repair sections. On Feb. 18 the Town of Lamont was advised by a resident at 5036 47 Street that water was coming up in the corner of the lawn. The Town

called a contractor to come and dig up the line and they discovered on Feb. 20 that the portion of pipe running to the residence was broken from the main water supply. They did a temporary patch on Feb. 23 and the water was turned on but at a low pressure. On Feb. 27 the Town began to fix the waterline break permanently and turned off the water at 11:00 am. At 4:00 pm that afternoon the Town stated that due to fluctuations in the weather there have been two more breaks in the pipes along 47th St. They advised residents there would be access to water at the arena and there

would be a dressing room available for showers until 10:00 pm and reopen for showers at 6:00 am the next morning. Several people did take advantage of the showers. Since then the water has been turned on at low pressure in the evening and turned off during the day as they attempt to fix the problem. Dawn Nielsen, the deputy CAO for the Town of Lamont, when asked about the water break said, "I know that it is tough on people who have families." She went on to say that the fluctuating temperature is causing the ground to heave and the crew is

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having to repair the water supply to multiple residences by replacing the saddle clamps. These clamps hold the pipe that goes to the house to the main water supply line. So far nine of these clamps have been replaced. The Town hopes to have the problem on 47th St. resolved by March 10, but weather is a contributing factor. For more information see the Town of Lamont Facebook page, where updates are being posted.

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Dignitaries at Mundare School On Friday February 23, Mundare School hosted Minister of Education David Eggan, Board Chair Boymoook, Trustee Footz and MLA Jessica Littlewood. The purpose of the visit was to highlight a few of the programs and accomplishments of the school. The visitors arrived at the school at approximately 10:00 AM and were greeted by 3 grade five students; Anya, Seth and Sadie. This lively trio escorted the visitors around the school highlighting the exceptional results the school is having in literacy, the math intervention program, the grade 7 programming class. Also featured

was the ground floor initiatives with the First Nations, Metis and Inuit education and the important work around reconciliation. Minister Eggan and MLA Littlewood took the time to speak with many students about their experiences with rural education in Alberta. "This was a very positive visit and one that we were honoured to host," said Liann Schultz, the Principal of Mundare School. "We are very proud of our school and welcome the opportunity to highlight the advantages of being a smaller, rural and innovative school at any time."

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Lamont town council finds difficulty interpreting new municipal act agreements JOHN MATHER A report to the Town of Lamont regarding an update on the Intermunicipal Collaboration Framework (ICF) and the Intermunicipal Developments Plan (IDP) between the Town and County of Lamont created some interpretation issues at the Lamont Town Council meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 27. A line in a paragraph of the update from Lamont Development Officer Laraine Stuart stated, “The comment was made by Lamont County that the municipalities need to determine whether the ICF will be an administrative or council level review.” The ICF is a policy document in which the province requires neighbouring municipalities to work collaboratively to comply with the new Municipal Government

Act (MGA). The IDP acts as an operational document dealing with how partner municipalities handle issues, such as transportation systems, dispute resolutions, coordination of intermunicipal programs, and environmental matters among others. Similar agreements had been optional between municipalities in the past, but the new MGA forces them to be entered into, to avoid duplication of services and reduce costs to individual municipalities. The County is in discussions with all its bordering municipalities to meet requirements in the updated MGA. “I’m very confused by this,” said councillor Al Harvey. “According to municipal affairs the ICF has to be a passed bylaw, so that would be a

council decision.” Another councillor Kirk Perrin asked, “Does council approve both the IDP and ICF?” “My interpretation is that both must be approved,” said Harvey. “My understanding is that an IDP is over top of a Municipal Development Plan (MDP) but the ICF is over top of both.” Edmonton consultant heading up plan development Edmonton-based Municipal Planning Services Ltd. is preparing the development of the IDPs for the Lamont region. Steering committees from Lamont County, Bruderheim, Chipman, Andrew, Mundare, and the Town of Lamont will all take part with councillors and administration. To date Stuart said no

documents have been received from the consulting firm, so the steering committees haven’t had a formal meeting yet. “The final framework doesn’t have to be completed until April 2020,” said Stuart. “The IDP is the bigger document and that will take a lot longer to complete.” “By-laws have to be passed by us,” said councillor Doug Pewerchuk. According to Harvey, the administration has to make the recommendation on whether it’s a good package for the councillors to pass, but he still questioned which municipality was going to take the lead on passing the by-laws. “At this point we’re still waiting for the county to come back to us,” said Mayor Bill Skinner. “At this point we haven’t had any follow

up.” Lamont County is taking the lead on the ICF because they have to enter into agreements with each of the munici-

palities that border it, explained Stuart. “To be fair to the council this is all new and it is a lot to absorb,” Stuart explained.

Main Street Lamont after another bout with winter.

Winter keeps on coming MAUREEN SULLIVAN After a week or two of sunnier days where a lot of the snow and ice had melted off most of the roads and sidewalks the much talked about winter storm hit Lamont County. Over 30 cm of snow fell starting Friday night and lasting throughout Saturday. While there was a 20

car pile up on Hwy 16 on just south of Elk Island Saturday afternoon, the county of Lamont seemed to be able to keep the roads in good driving condition. The rest of the week should be sunny with the temperatures starting off at -7 and reaching a high of 3 on Saturday March 10th.



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TAKE NOTICE that pursuant to the Municipal Government Act, S.A., 2000, as amended, the Council of Lamont County proposes to amend the Lamont County Municipal Development Plan.

TAKE NOTICE that pursuant to the Municipal Government Act, S.A., 2000, as amended, the Council of Lamont County proposes to repeal the existing Lamont County Alberta’s Industrial Heartland Area Structure Plan and replace it with a new Area Structure Plan.

THEREFORE TAKE NOTICE THAT pursuant to Section 606 of the Municipal Government Act a Public Hearing to consider the proposed amendment will be held:

Date: Thursday, March 15, 2018 Time: 7:00 PM Place: Lamont Meeting Room, Lamont Arena, 4844 - 48 Avenue, Lamont, AB

AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT if you wish to speak at the Public Hearing, please register by contacting Tina Cosby at 780-895-2233 ext. 230 or at Anyone wishing to submit a written representation may do so by providing the submission to Stephen Hill at the Lamont County Administration Bldg. 5303 – 50th Avenue, Lamont, AB T0B 2R0 or at before 12:00 p.m. on Monday, March 12, 2018. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT a copy of the proposed amendment is posted at for review and may be inspected at the Lamont County office during normal business hours. To obtain more information regarding the proposed changes, please contact Stephen Hill, Director of Planning and Community Services, at 780-895-2233 ext. 220.

THEREFORE TAKE NOTICE THAT pursuant to Section 606 of the Municipal Government Act a Public Hearing to consider the proposed Area Structure Plan will be held:

Date: Thursday, March 15, 2018 Time: 7:00 PM Place: Lamont Meeting Room, Lamont Arena, 4844 - 48 Avenue, Lamont, AB

AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT if you wish to speak at the Public Hearing, please register by contacting Tina Cosby at 780-895-2233 ext. 230 or at Anyone wishing to submit a written representation may do so by providing the submission to Stephen Hill at the Lamont County Administration Bldg. 5303 – 50th Avenue, Lamont, AB T0B 2R0 or at before 12:00 p.m. on Monday, March 12, 2018. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT a copy of the proposed Area Structure Plan is posted at for review and may be inspected at the Lamont County office during normal business hours. To obtain more information regarding the proposed changes, please contact Stephen Hill, Director of Planning and Community Services, at 780-895-2233 ext. 220.

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Bruderheim trying to build business community through incubator program JOHN MATHER In an effort to build up the town‘s business community, Bruderheim has started a business incubator program. The program established by Economic Development Officer Doug Sullivan operates out of the former Lions building, and includes office space, conference room, and lunchroom. Wireless is provided, and program participants receive six hours a week of administrative support, according to Sullivan. The main phone for the building is answered at the town office, but all participants in the incubator program have their own keys and alarm code for the building. “It’s based on the model used by the Alberta Hub system,” Sullivan explained. Alberta, he added, is divided into five economic development regions and the Alberta Hub is the northeast region that includes Bruderheim. “They’re supporting us in this, and the idea is to bring new businesses that are just starting up and provide them an office space at reduced rent. Basically we’re helping them keep the lights on.” Sullivan further added that through the rural Alberta Business Centre in Cold Lake, coaching and training is provided, which includes help with developing a business plan and marketing skills, among others things. Classroom training is set up at the convenience of the business and an incubator coordinator who comes from Cold Lake on a monthly basis during the first year. Additionally, the small business owners are put in contact with other community businesses that provide some coaching advice on potential issues moving forward. “Currently the incubator has a small paving company, an electric solar company, and a business to assist seniors move into a seniors’ care centre, said Sullivan. “The businesses sign a lease with Bruderheim for a year although they may leave if they grow quickly and can survive on their own.”

Although the businesses do not have to be based out of Bruderheim, Sullivan hoped they are at least local. One of the participants of the incubator program is Tofield resident, Serena Statler who said, “The program is excellent. I’ve been given some key contacts and ideas in guiding me.” Statler is the owner of Libertad, which helps people age in place. “Whatever they need whether it’s working with the government or privately we make that happen,” Statler stated. Statler found out about the incubator program and met with Bruderheim’s Director of Community Relations, Judy Koschade, at an interagency meeting. “She thought I had a great idea and we set up a meeting to start the project,” recalled Statler. She said her business would serve the rural needs and hopes to ultimately open offices in several locations as growth happens. “The learning curve is steep,” Statler added. “But I know that once I’m through this I can take any business idea and take it to fruition.” According to Sullivan, the incubator is home currently to service businesses and while there’s no current move to attract retail business, that could happen in the future. Sullivan further added that there are milestones the businesses are required to meet as they go through the incubator. The incubator program been has running since 2018. “We just started signing participants around the first of February,” said Sullivan. “We’re looking at doing something for small business in Bruderheim because they usually have some trouble getting traction under them.” Sullivan further explained that one of the striking things of the incubator concept is that after five years, close to 90 per cent of the businesses are viable, whereby a typical business without the incubator support would only have about a 25-per-cent survival rate. Getting the program up and running was something Sullivan found easy to

do because as part of the Alberta Hub network, he knew what was happening in Cold Lake. It was something, he felt, could be applied to the business community in Bruderheim. Through the Alberta Jobs Plan, Bruderheim was able to apply and receive $61,400 in funding for the incubator establishment via the

Community and Regional Economic support (CARES) program. According to Sullivan, it’s a dollar matching grant so the total amount available was doubled up. Potential applicants can apply with Sullivan at the Bruderheim town office. “If you have an idea and the ability to come up with a rough business plan we’ll look at it,” he said.

Serena Statler of Tofield is welcomed to her new office in the Bruderheim business incubator by Economic Development Officer Doug Sullivan.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING LAMONT COUNTY – ALBERTA’S INDUSTRIAL HEARTLAND Land Use Bylaw Amendment (Bylaw 782.18) TAKE NOTICE that pursuant to the Municipal Government Act, S.A., 2000, as amended, the Council of Lamont County proposes to amend the Lamont County Land Use Bylaw. THEREFORE TAKE NOTICE THAT pursuant to Section 606 of the Municipal Government Act a Public Hearing to consider the proposed amendment will be held:

Date: Thursday, March 15, 2018 Time: 7:00 PM Place: Lamont Meeting Room, Lamont Arena, 4844 - 48 Avenue, Lamont, AB

AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT if you wish to speak at the Public Hearing, please register by contacting Tina Cosby at 780-895-2233 ext. 230 or at Anyone wishing to submit a written representation may do so by providing the submission to Stephen Hill at the Lamont County Administration Bldg. 5303 – 50th Avenue, Lamont, AB T0B 2R0 or at before 12:00 p.m. on Monday, March 12, 2018. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT a copy of the proposed amendment is posted at for review and may be inspected at the Lamont County office during normal business hours. To obtain more information regarding the proposed changes, please contact Stephen Hill, Director of Planning and Community Services, at 780-895-2233 ext. 220.

Children and teachers at Andrew School join forces on Pink Shirt Day last Wednesday to fight bullying.

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BY HAZEL ANAKA Every so often in the life of a columnist itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s time to just round up bits and pieces, flotsam and jetsam, fragments and figments into one batch of potpourri. This is the week. In no particular order: 1) I am taking active steps to break free of my Trump addiction. There was a time in our house when MSNBC provided white noise most of the day announcing Breaking News and analyzing ad nauseum every word, clip, nuance of nuances. And like a crack addict, I loved it. Like a rubber-necker I couldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t look away from the gory crash site because the flashing lights are hypnotic and the adrenaline (rhetoric) is ramped up. Granted I am a political junkie interested in local, provincial, and federal politics. Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m a faithful viewer of Canadian shows Power & Politics, Power Play, West Block, and Question Period. Between Trudeauâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s India trip boondoggle, Patrick Brownâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s refusal to just go away, and the ongoing Alberta-BC pipeline fight thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s no shortage of excitement to follow right here at home. I also love the snippy (mostly Democratic) ladies of The View when they address Hot Topics. As is often the case with addiction, one vice is replaced with another. Now Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve turned my attention back to HGTV or DIY for all the home buying, flipping, reno-

vating, decorating shows anyone can stand. Because weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re considering a project of our own this is all research, people so it doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t count as obsessive. 2) Because we pay taxes in Strathcona County Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m able to have a library membership and access materials at both Fort Saskatchewan and Sherwood Park. In case I havenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t beaten the reading and library

Doctorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Orders gertips. I never drive more than a few miles without an audio book playing. I havenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t quite gotten used to the noise levels in todayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s libraries. Between teens and seniors who are just visiting, totsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; programming, tutors and their students, these traditionally quiet places are anything but. When I mentioned that to a staff member in Sherwood Park she told

drum lately, indulge me. Reading is arguably the easiest way to acquire knowledge and competencies. Not being able to buy them in either traditional or audio format should be no barrier if you have access to a good library. I havenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t used the Northern Lights system now available to County residents but Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m sure itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s exponentially increased the titles now at our fin-

me libraries are now considered â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;the community living room.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; And like in our own living rooms, food and beverages are part of the experience. If it increases user-ship, go for it, I say. 3) Splurging on cut flowers or growing blooming houseplants is a beautiful, fragrant way to bring colour and scent into what seems like a long, long winter.

Personally I like alstromeria because theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re colourful and last so long. Or Stargazer lilies if you want knockyour-socks-off perfume. Treat yourself or someone you love. With a few more months of winter, watching some TV, reading some books, and smelling some flowers may be just what the doctor ordered, from where I sit.

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The Housing Foundation operates 8 Seniors Independent Housing apartments (total 66 Units), 3 Lodges (total of 117 suites) and 2 single family homes. The Foundation also provides limited direct rent supplements, on a short term basis, to single families and adults who are experiencing financial hardship. Accommodation rates vary from $1202Âł1500 per month at our various Lodges. By Legislation, Lodge Residents are allowed to keep a maximum of $315 per month from their pension. Proof of income must be provided at all times. Residents in Independent Housing are charged at the rate of 30% of their income. Proof of monthly income is required. A maximum rent ceiling is set by the Board at least yearly. The current rent ceiling in Independent Housing Units is $600 per month.

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Mundare’s Mary Immaculate honoured Mundare's senior care facility the Mary Immaculate Care Centre has been honoured with three prestigious recognitions; Alberta's Top 70 Employers, Canada 10 Most Admired Corporate Cultures and one of the 2018 World's most Ethical Companies.

SCAN helps kick drug dealers to the curb

Group to help claim back communities which have homes where illegal activities occur MAUREEN SULLIVAN Is there a property in the community where illegal activities may be occurring? The Safer Communities and Neighbourhoods (SCAN) unit helps Albertans take back their neighbourhoods by dealing with problem properties. SCAN holds owners accountable for activity taking place on their property and supports landlords by helping them remove problem tenants who disrupt the neighbourhood and destroy property. Under the Safe Communities and Neighbourhood Act, Scan targets and shuts down properties that are regularly used for illegal activities such as drugs, gangs, prostitution and child exploitation. If a property is being used for illegal activities you may notice a high frequency or combination of the following activities; frequent visitors at all times of the day or night; frequent late night activity; windows blackened or curtains always drawn; visitors with expensive vehicles; unfriendly people who appear to be secretive; people watching passing

cars suspiciously; extensive investments in home security; strange odours coming from the house or garbage; garbage that contains numerous bottles and containers, especially chemical containers; and putting garbage in a neighbours collection area. After receiving a complaint about a suspicious property SCAN investigators can begin an investigation and gather information. Many of the investigators are former police officers with extensive investigative and surveillance experience. The SCAN unit works collaboratively with municipal law enforcement and social service agencies. SCAN uses civil legislation to target properties, not people. Any criminal activity uncovered is turned over to the police to investigate. SCAN can issue a warning letter, mediate a dispute, work with the landlord to facilitate an eviction or a resolution and take any measures to effectively and safely close the property. A Community Safety Order (CSO) can be ordered which requires the occupants to vacate and allow SCAN to seize the property up to 90

days, it can also impose conditions on occupancy or tenancy. After you file a complaint an investigator will contact you confidentially and discreetly. You won't be called as a witness or identified to any police agency or court. To file a complaint call 1-800-960-SCAN (7226) or on line at

inclusive practices are sought out and where we make it a priority to do the right thing. Everywhere I look I see our teams coming to work every day empowered to make a difference in the lives of Albertans.”


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The Mundare School Girls’ Basketball Team took home gold at the Junior Tournament at Fort Saskatchewan Christian School on February 24th. Back row: Miss Rodgers, Kalyna Palsitt, Cassie Stowkowski, Lauren Couchman, Sadie MacNeil, Mya Stemberger, Piper Kobbero, Mrs. Stemburger. Middle row: Toni Raymakers, Emerson Jarvis, Rebecca Wiebe. Front Row: Annya Palsitt, Shyanne Swetz

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Seriously injured by distracted driver, Mundare’s Renaye Wade on a crusade of awareness JOHN MATHER A dance will be held on Saturday, March 10  in Mundare’s National Hall to raise awareness about distracted driving. The driving force behind the event is 23year-old Renaye Wade, and her organization Renaye Against Distracted Driving (RADD). A Mundare resident, Wade was seriously injured in an accident in Edmonton caused by distracted driving in 2013. She was 18 then, when the car she was travelling in stalled on the shoulder of Yellowhead Trail. A distracted driver struck the car and the impact spun it around when it was hit by a semi truck. “When paramedics and firefighters arrived on scene, they didn’t even see Renaye wedged in the back of the vehicle,” said her mother Tammy. Wade spent 34 days in a coma suffering from a broken pelvis, tailbone, jaw, and suffered a major brain injury. Since the accident Renaye has spent 15 months at four different hospitals, and has had five surgeries on her jaw. Broken in two spots, it started with two surgeries, according to Tammy. “She wore braces for two years but the screws and plates stripped resulting in three more surgeries, and just recently she had two back teeth pulled to promote jawbone  growth,” Tammy added. While Renaye is mobile, she was in a wheel chair for eight months following the collision. The driver pled guilty to distracted and careless driving, and received a fine and six demerit points. But had the charge just been distracted driving, he would

have received no demerit points. “We were really bothered that was all he got,” Tammy said. The family was advised to speak with their MLA to try and get government action on the issue. MLA Jacquie Fenske worked along with Calgary MLA Moe Amery. Amery had introduced Bill 204, The Traffic Safety (Distracted Driving Demerit) Amendment Act. Fenske helped the Wades organize a petition with more than 4,000 signatures and told Wade’s story in the Legislature. Amery’s bill passed, raising fines for distracted driving and adding demerit points. The family and friends also held a rally on the front steps of the Legislatures in 2015. With the change in provincial government, current MLA Jessica Littlewood worked further on the file. In January of 2016, Wade was invited to the Legislature for the announcement of the final number of demerit points added to the bill. Besides lobbying the government she started speaking to schools and her message has taken her around the province. Originally, Wade spoke at the “It Can’t Happen to Me” event in Vermilion and has returned to it every year since. This is a two-day event for Grade 9 students featuring many first responders who warn of the dangers and care and control of their vehicle. Other speaking engagements that Wade has been a part of have been in Lamont, Vegreville, Mannville, St. Paul, Elk Point, Vermilion, Calgary, and Lacombe. She will speak on her

birthday, in Regina, this fall. Wade’s message is received “big time” wherever she speaks. “Kids tell parents what they saw and heard,” Wade added. “Lot of kids leave my presentation crying.” Tammy tells the tale of a young boy from Vermilion who moved to Lacombe and asked Wade to speak there. “When she spoke and showed her video you couldn’t hear a pin drop,” said Tammy. To date the family estimates she’s spoken to more than 4,000 students, and continues to work closely with Students Against Drunk Driving (SADD). As the fundraising efforts began to grow, the family formed a registered society, and money raised is used to cover the cost of Wade traveling to the various events she attends. “We were told that was the best route to go,” said Tammy. “In fact

while we were meeting with Jacquie Fenske, it was she who came up with the name RADD. The group was trying to find a good name which had a strong acronym and suddenly Fenske said, ‘Why not call it Renaye Against Distracted Driving’ and that stuck.” Five family and friends form the board of directors for the society. Fundraising for the third Mundare dance is tough this year because of other competing events in Vegreville and Fort Saskatchewan. “But we have great sponsors, and we’re always well sponsored,” Tammy stated. “Off the top of my head I think we’ve raised more than $10,000 counting sponsors since we started.” But the message is what resonates with the students. “My message is there’s absolutely no reason to drive distracted. If you kill or maim someone you won’t be able to live

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with yourself,” Wade said. “It’s totally preventable, but it’s a choice you have to make.” Wade has an appointment with local Lakeland MP Shannon Stubbs in mid-March to plan and get the message to the Federal government. Wade mused that she’d like to get a yellow bus and drive from Mundare to Ottawa spreading the word along the way and adding names to her petition. “We feel distracted driving should be the same as impaired driving,” said her father, Darren. “It shouldn’t just be a ticket.” Wade has also be busy spreading her message via public service announcements and various community organizations.

She has a video posted on the City of Edmonton website, Voices of Traffic Safety, and has helped the RCMP with driver education safety programs and even took part in an international Vision Zero safety conference held at Edmonton’s Shaw Conference Centre. In Mundare, ribbons will be strung along street lamps and the town has offered its support for the dance. This is the third year the fundraising dance has been held. Tickets are available for $30 at Stawnichy Meats in Mundare and at Oldschool Diner in Vegreville. Prior to the dance there will be a wine-tasting event, followed by a catered meal and live auction.

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______________________ CARD OF OF THANKS THANKS CARD Thank you to whoever gave me the very nice flowers. Sincerely, Dorothy 09p _____________________ We the family of the late Jo Osinchuk would like to thank everyone for the many acts of kindness on the passing of our Mom and Baba. Thank you for the hugs, visits, cards, flowers, phone calls, and generous donations to the various charities. Thank you to everyone at the Vialta Lodge for the great care and friendship she received in the five years she lived there. Thank you to Karen Brooke and all the homecare ladies who kept Mom happy and active until she passed. Thank you to the doctors, nurses, pharmacists, and workers who helped Mom with all her medical needs. We will long remember your kindness and care. Morris and Paulette Clarence and Margaret Aurora Grandchildren and Greatgrandchildren 09p ______________________ FEED WANTED WANTED FEED TRENCHUK CATTLE CO. (In Smoky Lake) Is Currently Buying Feed Wheat & Feed Barley Including High Moisture Wheat Call Willy 780-656-0052 08/11p

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Bridal Shower for Kendal Vitek Bride-elect of Andrew Twerdochlib Sunday, March 11 at 2:30 p.m. At the Viking Legion 09p ______________________ FOR RENT RENT FOR

Suite in four-plex in Tofield. 2 bedrooms, 1 & 1/2 bath. Fridge, stove, washer and dryer. Adults only. No smoking and no pets. $1,000/month. Available immediately. Call: 780263-2688. TM15tfnc ______________________ FOR SALE SALE FOR

Waterfowl hunting guide in Tofield/Vegreville area. September and October 2018 position available, $4,000-$6,000/month. Some experience required. Evenings and weekends. Room and board provided. Contact Blaine Burns at Black Dog Outfitters 780-2032876 or, check it out at TM9/18p _____________________ TRENCHUK CATTLE CO. (In Smoky Lake) Currently has 2 positions available •A Class 1 Truck Driver/Farm Equipment •A Yard/Shop (Mechanic) maintenance/repair/farm equipment operator to service trucks/tractors •$25-35/hr. for both positions depending on experience. Call Willy at 780-6560052 or fax Resumes to 780-656-3962 LL08/11 _____________________ Class 1 tank truck driver needed in the Daysland area. Oilfield experience would be an asset. Safety tickets required. Please forward resume to ______________________ SERVICES SERVICES

Roy’s Handyman Services. Flooring, trim work, basement finishing, decks, fences, kitchen cabinet installs and carpentry work. 780662-0146 or 780-232-3097

Room for rent. Private living area, bathroom, TV, laundry, exercise area and utilities are included. Located in Tofield. Call 780-6623066. TM43tfn _____________________ Bachelor and 1 bedroom suites, 3 appliances. Bachelor from $695, 1 bdrm from $795, rent incl. water, heat, energized parking stall. SD $500. 780-632-3102 LL06tfnp _____________________ • Commercial space for rent in Tofield, please call for details 780-9320041. • 2 bedroom apartment for rent in Tofield. Includes balcony, insuite laundry, heat and water. $800/month. Phone 780-932-0041. TM07tfnp _____________________ 2 bedroom large suite in 3-story walk-up apartment building under new professional management with live-in, onsite caretaker. Close to Town Centre, hospital and No-Frills Superstore. Rent from $895, incl. utilities, energized parking stall. DD $500. Seniors welcome with special rate. 780-632-6878 or 780-918-6328 LL06tfnp ______________________ 3 Bedroom house, 2 1/2 baths. No pets, no smoking. Located in Viking. Phone 780-385-0626 for more info. _____________________ 3 BDRM house for rent in Lamont. 780-405-2511 LL01tfnc _____________________ Available Immediately. 2 bedroom house for rent in Viking. $650/month plus utilities. Phone 780-385-5287. 02tfnc

Good quality hay round bales, alfalfa/grass - first cut. Call: 780-662-4800. TM09p _____________________ Registered Polled Hereford yearling and two year old bulls. PMD Polled Herefords. 780336-2675 _____________________ Whole or half, locally farm-raised beef. Government inspected. Ready to slaughter midMarch. Call 780-385-4411 for more information. 07tfnp _____________________ Purebred yearling & 2 year old Red & Black Angus bulls for sale. call 780-986-9088 LL 06/13 _____________________ Certified seed for sale. •Wheat: AC Shaw VB, AAC Redwater. •Barley: Amisk, Gadsby, CDC Cowboy. •Oats: AC Morgan, CDC Haymaker, Murphy •Peas: CDC Amarillo, CDC Limerick, CDC Horizon. •Fababeans: CDC Snowdrop. Haralie Seed Farms 780-662-2617 or 780-405-8089 Tofield Alta. ______________________ HELP WANTED WANTED HELP Canadian Core Supply is looking for an Engine Dismantler immediately. FT/PT wages to be negotiated based on experience. Must have automotive knowledge and experience. Must be dependable and reliable. Call Geno: 780-9148107or email at: TM09/10p

DB LANDSCAPING, snowplowing, yard & skid steer services. Call Dustin 780-919-7743. _____________________ OILFIELD INSPECTOR COURSES Get certified now that the industry is coming back. API Inspector Certifications, Pipeline, Vessel, tanks, piping. Visit Call 780 842 6264, Wainwright. _____________________ Ritchie’s Painting Co. Professional Interior/ Exterior Commercial & Residential Painting. Spray Painting & Cabinet Refinishing. Call Jason in Viking, AB today for a future estimate - Cell: 780-254-0166 or Home: 780-254-0700.



TMtfn _____________________ Straight Line Fencing Custom Fencing - All types. We also remove old fencing. Clearing of bush. Also selling Liquid Feed. Mark Laskosky 780-990-7659 tfnc _____________________ PINOY’S CLEANING AND JANITORIAL SERVICES

“For all your Cleaning Needs” Residential and Commercial Strip & Waxing, Steam Cleaning, Carpet Cleaning, Grass Cutting & Yardwork, Tree Cutting & Trimming Satisfaction Guaranteed Contact: 780-385-4154 Elizabeth F. Andersen Director/Owner 07p _____________________ Carpet and upholstery cleaning - residential and commercial. Truck mount unit, sewer backup, and flood cleaning. Auto and RV cleaning. Call Glenn and Cindi Poyser, Fancy Shine Auto and Carpet Care at (780) 384-3087 07 CLASSIFIED ADS ARE 3 for 1 PRICE! Advertise in the L a m o n t L e a d e r, Tofield Mercury and Weekly Review all for one price!!



______________________ REQUEST FOR REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS PROPOSALS PARKS CANADA AGENCY PUBLIC NOTICE. REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR THE PROVISION OF RECREATIONAL VESSEL RENTALS IN ELK ISLAND NATIONAL PARK. Parks Canada Agency will receive sealed proposals up to 14:00 hours local time, on the 9th day of March, 2018, for the privilege of entering into a Licence of Occupation for the provision of a canoe rental concession (and potentially other recreational vessel rentals) at the Astotin Lake Recreational Area located in Elk Island National Park of Canada. Request for Proposal Documents outlining particulars and instructions for submission of proposals, may be obtained on or after the 8th day of February 2018 by emailing: coralee.vaillancourt@pc.gc. ca or by calling (306) 663-4518. Any questions concerning the requested services should be addressed to Dale Kirkland, Superintendent, Elk Island National Park, at (780) 992-2973. AGENCE PARCS CANADA AVIS PUBLIC. DEMANDE DE PROPOSITIONS POUR DES SERVICES DE LOCATION D’EMBARCATIONS DE PLAISANCE DANS LE PARC NATIONAL ELK ISLAND. L’Agence Parcs Canada acceptera les propositions scellées jusqu’au 9 mars à 14 h, heure locale, en vue d’accorder un permis d’occupation pour une concession de location de canots (et peut-être d’autres embarcations récréatives) à l’aire récréative du lac Astotin située dans le parc national du Canada Elk Island. Vous pouvez obtenir les documents sur la demande de propositions qui détaillent les exigences et décrivent la façon de soumettre des propositions à compter du 8 février 2018 en écrivant à l’adresse coralee.vaillancourt@pc.gc. ca ou en téléphonant au 306-663-4518. Pour toute question au sujet des services demandés, communiquez avec Dale Kirkland, directeur du parc national Elk Island, au 780-992- 2973. TM06-09p

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Mundare Ladies Bonspiel winners: Above, A Event winners and runners up; Kathy Ilkiw-Imagine Travel, Skip Tami Warawa, 3rd Camille Ewanchyshyn, Lead Shawna Sharun, (Missing-Second Kim Leitch). Skip- Debby Gargus, 3rd-Laura Danilak, 2nd-Rachel Jackson, Lead Michele Spak. Below, B Event winner and runners up; Cheryl Calinoiu-Hair By Cher, Skip Kelly Erickson, 3rd Brittany Erickson, 2nd, Pauling Erickson, Lead Bernice Kluntz, Skip Lisa Gibb, Michelle Schmidt, Theresa Blades, Annet Vandemeer. C Event winners and runners up: Skip Linda Maleus, 3rd-Peggy Ohow, 2nd Judy Sangster, Lead-Val Hanson-Wilson, Skip Irene Talaga, 3rd Kathy Ilkw, 2nd, Judy Pederson, Lead, Charlotte McKellar.

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Blanket Alberta Ads take approximately 10 days to process _______________________________ AUCTIONS AUCTIONS FARMLAND W/GRAVEL RESERVES - Sundre, Alberta. Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Unreserved Auction, April 25 in Edmonton. 156.71 +/- title acres. $6,500 SLR, 2.2 million m3 proven gravel reserves. Jerry Hodge: 780-706-6652; Brokerage: Ritchie Bros. Real Estate Services Ltd; _______________________________ 4 RESIDENTIAL DUPLEX LOTS Vulcan, Alberta. Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Unreserved Auction, March 21 in Lethbridge. Selling as 2 Parcels, Adult Community (45+), fullyserviced. Jerry Hodge: 780-706-6652. Brokerage: Ritchie Bros. Real Estate Services Ltd.: _______________________________ UNRESERVED GUN & SPORTSMAN AUCTION: March 10 @11 am. All types Firearms, Ammo, Antique Guns & more! 121-15 Avenue, Wainwright, Alberta. Scribner Auction 780-842-5666, _______________________________ BUSINESS BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES OPPORTUNITIES HIP OR KNEE Replacement? Restrictions in walking/dressing? $2,500 yearly tax credit. $40,000 lump sum cheque. Disability Tax Credit. Expert Help. Lowest service fee nationwide. 1-844-453-5372. _______________________________ COMING EVENTS COMING EVENTS FIREARMS WANTED for April 21st, 2018 live and online auction. Rifles, Shotguns, Handguns, Militaria, Auction or Purchase. Collections: Estates, individual items. Contact Paul, Switzer's Auction. Toll-free 1-800-6942609, or

_______________________________ EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES OPPORTUNITIES FREIGHTLAND CARRIERS, a triaxle air ride flatdeck carrier is looking for Owner/Operators to run Alberta only to 4 Western Provinces. Must have own plates, insurance & WCB. Truck gross revenue is an average $18,000/month. 1-800-917-9021. Email: _______________________________ INTERESTED IN the Community Newspaper business? Alberta's weekly newspapers are looking for people like you. Post your resume online. FREE. V i s i t : _______________________________ CAMPGROUND HOSTS required for campground 15 minutes SE of Calgary. April-October. Perfect for qualified couples! Must have RV for accommodations. Office and Yard duties. For more details, email Stacey at _______________________________ MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION! Indemand career! Employers have workat-home positions available. Get online training you need from an employertrusted program. Visit: or 1-855-768-3362 to start training for your work-at-home career today! _______________________________ FEED SEED FEED AND AND SEED HEATED CANOLA buying Green, Heated or Springthrashed Canola. Buying: oats, barley, wheat & peas for feed. Buying damaged or offgrade grain. "On Farm Pickup" Westcan Feed & Grain, 1-877-250-5252. _______________________________ FOR SALE _______________________________ SAWMILLS FROM only $4,397 Make money & Save money with your own bandmill - Cut lumber any dimension. In stock, ready to ship. Free info & DVD: 1-800-567-0404 Ext. 400OT.

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