REVIEW East Central Alberta
Thursday, June 27, 2013
Targeting East Central Alberta
Volume 102 No. 26
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County of Paintearth requests speed reduction Bethany Zacharias
ECA Review Reporter
Three girls (L - R) Anna Russell, Karcee Ward and Amber Hillson dressed the part and rode the McTurk Salon convertible in the Elnora parade celebrating Elnora’s 100th anniversary of the rail coming to town. More on pg. 13
Castor Council requests reinstallation of speed bumps Bethany Zacharias
concerns regarding drivers speeding along 45th Street. ECA Review Reporter The speed bumps are typically installed in the summer A request to reinstall speed bumps on 45th Street in Castor months and removed in the winter for plowing purposes. was addressed by Council at “We are avoiding putting its June 10 meeting. them back in because the The request came from a speed bumps are very hard on concerned citizen, although trucks,” said Jackson. CAO Sandi Jackson said sev“People were driving eral other taxpayers have around the speed bumps, close verbally expressed their
to the ditch, to avoid damaging their vehicles,” added Jackson. Jackson said Council is looking into putting up signs along 45th Street that would warn drivers to slow down. The speed limit along 45th Street is 40 kilometres but it has been reported that some drivers are going up to 60 kilometres or more when they are traveling down that street.
The County of Paintearth passed an unanimous motion June 18, 2013 to send a letter to Alberta Transportation asking it to extend the 80 kilometre speed reduction along Highway 12 half a mile east past Secondary Road 872 by Coronation. “This is a smart idea,” said George Glazier, County of Paintearth reeve. “With new developments along Highway 12, there will be a lot of traffic going through this area.” Council also passed a motion to pay $1,200 to install lights on the County’s regional response unit trailer. These lights would make the trailer visible at night when it is on the road. Currently, the trailer is not visible at night to drivers. Councillor Walter Weber made a motion to take money from the County’s restricted surplus to pay for the costs of installing proper lights. George Glazier noted that the lights should have been installed when the trailers were built and that it was imperative to fix the problem. Councillor Tony Nibourg and Councillor Rocky Dahmer opposed the motion. “Under the new Fire Services Agreement, the County only looks after fire and water trucks,” said Nibourg. “Towns
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need to realize they’re getting the cheques for these costs now.” Tarolyn Peach reminded council that the Fire Services Agreement, which involves the County of Paintearth, the Towns of Castor and Coronation and the Village of Halkirk, begins July 1, 2013. “Towns will have to pay for any additional maintenance after July 1,” said Peach. Council carried the motion under the condition that future requests come July 1 be sent to the appropriate place. Council also unanimously passed a motion to grant the Town of Coronation’s request for funding for pool upgrades. The County decided to grant the Town $40,000 in funding from restrictive surpluses. That is close to 1/3 of what the Town is asking for. To date, the total cost for pool upgrades has been $266,000. So far, the Town of Coronation has found $130,000 in funding and is currently seeking funding for the remaining $160,000. This year, the County has $50,000 in available restrictive surplus funds to give to different recreational projects and upgrades. Council decided to save $10,000 from that total amount for other recreational projects and upgrades that might arise in the upcoming fall or winter.
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Coronation Town council hears citizen concerns at public hearing On June 24 Coronation Town Council held a public hearing for the purpose of considering an amendment to the Town of Coronation’s Land Use by-law 2009-559. The Town has undertaken a new sub division of approximately 35.86 parcels of land to be used for 15 fully serviced light industrial lots south of Railway Avenue. Alan Shoemaker, owner of the RV Park
and Bunkhouse on the south east side of town, attended the public hearing and asked council to consider omitting the parcel of land behind his property from being rezoned or to keep it as an urban reserve. “We don’t want truck loads coming in at 4 a.m.” said Shoemaker. “If you set a reasonable price, I’ll consider buying it.”
Brownfield CRR Multi Club update Krystalee Huber Brownfield CRR Multi Club has finished for the year. Here are some of the highlights: we hosted public speaking events on February 18, 2013 and March 3, 2013. On February 18, 2013 at club level, Kyleen Wadstein and Krystalee Huber got first place in the junior level presentations. Dustin, Dallen and Jayden Kroeker got second and Cody Wadstein and Kylan Huber placed first in the intermediate presentations. In the senior level for speeches Colton Black got first, Tanner Black got second and Jalycia Huber got third. In intermediate Simon Cole got first place, Michael Black got second and Jeremy Burkinshaw got third. In the junior level Wade Black got first. Most of the members who placed in speeches moved on to semi-districts on March 3, which we also hosted. Simon Cole went on to District. Our club did a highway clean up on May 4, 2013. For our community service, we went to help clean up after the Little League Picnic at Burma Park. On June 11 we had our Achievement Day hosted at the Huber’s, including some fun events such as horse competitions, tool scrambles and dressing up a sheep. We got to wear our new 4-H shirts for the first time at achievement day. For horse the record book winners were Amber Burkinshaw in first place and
Riley Smith in second place. For small engines books Colton black got first place and Tanner Black got second place. Jalycia Huber got first place and Jaydon Huber got second place in the sheep and goat section. All in all it has been great year and we are looking forward to next year.
CAO Sandra Kulyk told Shoemaker to put his offer in writing and she would present it to council. Council said the parcel of land on the south east side of town could potentially be used for a new RCMP detachment. Council said this spot would be ideal because it would give the RCMP immediate access to Highway 12 and continued access to town. Kulyk said plans for a new RCMP detachment are in their preliminary stages and nothing is happening just yet. Council did not make any decisions during the hearing. Council approved Techmation Electric’s
application to construct a 60’ by 90’ office and warehouse in the new industrial subdivision. The proposed construction met all required minimum setbacks and size and height restrictions for construction. Techmation Electric estimated it will begin construction on July 2, 2013 and will be completed on November 1, 2013. CAO Sandra Kulyk said in her report to council that the Physician Recruitment and Retention Committee had three potential candidates. The physicians have been interviewed over the phone and site visits have been arranged for July and August.
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Town of Castor sets fines for break and enters There was a recent break-in to Castor’s swimming pool. The RCMP, with the help of video surveillance, have identified the person who committed the offense. At the June 24 meeting, council set a fine of $200 for first time offenders who break into town property and $500 for second time offenders.
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Brady Smith remembered with tributes, an eulogy and obituary Brady James Smith was born in Coronation on December 10, 1993 and lived his whole life in Coronation. Brady attended kindergarten to grade 12 graduating from Coronation High School June, 2012. September 2012 Brady attended NAIT enrolled in Petroleum Engineer Tech program. After the school year he returned in May to Coronation and was employed with Husky as a summer student. While growing up in Coronation Brady loved his sports especially hockey. Brady and his Dad would watch the Oilers games and together analyze the plays. Brady began his own hockey Smith career at age five and played minor hockey up to his 18th birthday. He played Rec hockey and played a couple of months with the Stettler Lightening then returning back to Coronation Rec Hockey. In the summer he played ball and soccer and loved to golf with his Dad and this year he was finally able to attend men’s night. Many of Brady’s friendships began in kindergarten and are still cherished today. This circle grew with friendships developed with young people from other towns especially the Castor area. Mourning Brady’s sudden passing is his Dad and Mom, Jim and Beryl Smith; Sisters Tairsa (Blair) Glasier, Haley Smith (Brandon O’Connor); Nieces Jaidyn and Colbie Glasier; Grandmother Sonja Smith; Brady’s love Emily Breum, her parents Gord (Michelle) Breum and her sister Tess Breum; Grandpa and Grandma Filipenko, Grandpa and Grandma Olsted; numerous uncles, aunts, cousins, great uncles, great aunts and all his many friends. Brady was predeceased by his cousin Travis Glazier; his maternal Grandma Mabel Glazier, his uncle Danny Smith, his paternal Grandpa Marcus Smith and his maternal Grandpa Johnny Glazier. The memorial service to pay tribute to Brady James Smith was held on Saturday, June 22, 2013 at 2 p.m. at the Coronation Community Centre, Coronation, AB, with Reverend Sue Hertell officiating. The eulogy was given by Brady’s brother-in-law Blair Glasier. Sue Hertell read a poem, “When Tomorrow Starts Without Me”. Other tributes were by Brady’s sister, Haley Smith, his girlfriend, Emily Breum, and Brady’s close friends, Koby Sieger, Easton Cox, Dylan Usselman and Bradan McLean. Special recorded music was also played during the service. A touching letter from Brady’s Mom and Dad was read by Sue Hertell. A video tribute was played during the service which was prepared by Haley, Emily and many friends. Urn Bearers were Emily’s parents and sister, Gord, Michelle and Tess Breum. Honourary pallbearers were “All Brady’s Family and Friends” and “Everyone who shared in Brady’s life”. The interment will be at a later date. Following the service lunch was served and prepared by the Sunshine Club. Memorial donations may be made in Brady’s name to Coronation Minor Sports, Box 281, Coronation, AB, T0C 1C0, Coronation Golf Club, Box 206, Coronation, AB, T0C 1C0 or to the Alberta Cancer Foundation, 1331-29 St. NW, Calgary, AB, T2N 4N2. You may send your condolences by email to email@example.com. Coronation Funeral Home entrusted with arrangements. 1-888-578-2928. “Knowledge, Experience and Professionalism with a Personal Touch.”
Eulogy by Blair Glasier I remember telling Brady that there would only be two reasons I would ever be in an Oilers jersey. First one was if they drafted me, which was not likely. Second, was if I was freezing. As it turns out there is a third. Brady James Smith was born in the Coronation Hospital December 10, 1993 to proud parents Jim and Beryl, and two delightful sisters; Tairsa 15 years his
senior and Haley 15 months his senior. I don’t think Haley remembers a day that Brady wasn’t in her life. Both Tairsa and Haley always wanted to help from bath time to helping feed him his food. Beryl didn’t mind, she knew she would get to rock and cuddle him later for as long as she wanted. Brady loved hanging out with his dad. They could be found going on drives to the farm, stopping at the Tasty Mill, or just hanging out in the back yard. Brady completed all his schooling in Coronation, kindergarten to grade 12 graduating in 2012. He and his girlfriend, Emily, moved to Edmonton in August. Brady completed his first year of Petroleum Engineering Tech. He had decided he would like to be close to home this summer and took a job with Husky as a summer student. He enjoyed the work and his co-workers. Brady had worked for M&N Construction for four summers. This he enjoyed, as he was able to spend the whole summer camping with his dad. He met a lot of great people and had a lot of fun. In the spring after school he worked at the golf course. He also volunteered along side his dad in projects at the golf course. Brady enjoyed sports! Winter meant hockey, which he loved. Many a cold and stormy day Brady and his mom would get in the car and head out to a game. Beryl would get a break when Jim was home to do the driving. The years that teams combined he would play with the Castor kids. This was a chance to make more friends for Brady and his parents. Brady was a smart player, which could be contributed to his seasons of watching hockey on TV. Oiler games were never missed. When Edmonton scored Jim and Brady would jump off the couch and give each other high fives. Just after the lockout, while Brady was living in Edmonton, he got tickets to three or four Oilers games from M&N. Then he didn’t get a call for a couple of weeks. He phoned Jim concerned that maybe Archie had lost his number. He played soccer and minor ball up to Bantam level, but with summer jobs found that golfing worked better with his schedule. Golfing was great because he could golf with his Dad. They would make bets on every hole. He was so excited when he turned 18 and was able to golf at men’s night. For two years in a row Jim and Brady have gone to Invermere on a father/son golf trip in May. Just two weekends ago he golfed in the 4-person best ball tournament with Easton, Bradley, and Cousin Daniel. Brady said he had the best time ever. They bought themselves in the Calcutta and won 2nd in the C event, winning $1500. I have since heard that even with their winnings they were still in the hole at the end of the weekend. Brady enjoyed his nieces Jaidyn and Colbie, and he and Emily would spend weekends at our house visiting and spoiling them. Even though, I trained Jaidyn to call him Auntie Brady. Brady was great with my girls but refused to change dirty diapers. He and Emily took Jaidyn to Breum’s farm at Easter to decorate eggs, see the chickens and horses. I am not sure if Jaidyn, Emily, or Brady had more fun. He enjoyed family vacations, especially the tropical ones, including Mexico and Cuba. He was able to experience Disneyland, fishing at Lac De Isles and camping in the mountains with the Breum’s. He could always count on Brandon to go hunting, fishing, or skiing. Brandon recalls two Christmas’s ago they entered in a coyote derby. The night before they sat up strategizing and conspiring how to win the derby. They woke up before sunrise and headed to Veteran Colony. They wanted to beat Daniel to his favourite spot. Their planning was a
success; Daniel was not impressed. Brady and Brandon then got stuck and had to resort to Daniel for help, but Daniel’s condition was that he receive one of their coyotes for pulling them out. This was not considered a fair trade, Brady and Daniel started wrestling over one of the coyotes. By the time they were done; there was nothing left of the one coyote. Needless to say Brandon and Brady won the derby with nine coyotes compared to Daniel’s three. Brady and I would discuss careers and finance. I always found it ironic that he would ask financial advice from a tradesman, when his mother is an Account Manager at the TD and his sister was a Financial Advisor. He had a special kind of charisma and an endearing personality. He was comfortable talking to everyone. It didn’t matter if you were 90 or nine, he could have a conversation with you. He was not always an angel. His mom and dad have the grey hairs to prove it. Although he did make them frustrated and sometimes downright angry we all loved each other and got over their disagreements. He had a temper and could throw some wicked fits but he matured into a responsible young man. Brady loved many things but most of all he loved life, his girlfriend Emily, his mom, dad, Tairsa, myself, Jaidyn, Colbie, Haley, Brandon, Gord, Michelle and little sister Tess. We know he was also loved in return by many friends, grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins. Although Brady’s life was short he enjoyed everyday and his beautiful smile was proof of this.
Brady you will always be on our mind and in our heart.
Like a brother by Koby Sieger Brady was like a brother to me! It began as Haley and I being very good friends which eventually turned into Brady and I being best friends. Brady and I began to do everything together. Brady was my partner in golf, hunting, and he was my line mate on the ice. Turn to Pg 7
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ECA Review Journalist How many times have landowners heard the mantra, “there’s no proven evidence to suggest that fracking affects well water formations.” “There’s no proven evidence that abandoned gas wells and pipelines adversely affect livestock herds.” It’s a hard balance in Alberta. The seduction of oil and gas money has created a love-hate relationship between landowners and oil companies. The newly acclaimed Responsible Energy Development Act puts an inordinate amount of power in a single Regulator leaving landowners with a sense of forebearing about the future. Guest speaker Anthony Swift at the Alberta Surface Rights Federation special meeting in Camrose on June 17, 2013, encouraged the crowd to not give up the fight. He argues the most powerful player in the debate is the public, when they become engaged. Given the number and extent of recent pipeline spills, he believes the public can apply pressure to make The public can a better system of regulatory standards and apply pressure to make enforcement. Swift argued that the system a better system of will not change until the industry-friendly reguregulatory standards lators and governments are pushed. and enforcement. Social media has been one of the most effective ways for people to come together against powerful people and governments. We need look no farther than Egypt, Turkey, Libya to know that people banded together have power. And it’s not just landowners who have concerns. Many young urban Albertans are starting to wonder what the future will hold for them if the high pace of development and disregard for environment continues. A group of students from the University of Alberta, Augustana Campus in Camrose, have started a website albertavoices.ca. Raj Rathnavalu and Hans Asfeldt attended the Surface Rights meeting to talk about how their web page tells ordinary stories from ordinary Albertans about situations they have faced in interacting with the arrogance of the energy industry in Alberta. Currently on the site there are eight such stories. The more stories that are complied with pictures, the more powerful landowner’s will become. The Alberta Surface Rights Federation has also been an effective body disseminating information to landowners and representing a collective voice to government. The federal and provincial governments and the oil industry ignored Greenpeace and the International community at their peril. Alberta is now fighting an uphill battle to sell and transport its oil sand production. It will also be at their peril if they continue to ignore its citizen’s concerns about balancing economic growth with environmental and property rights. The majority of Albertans want to co-exist with the energy industry. They know the importance of energy development for their economic well-being. But they are also wise enough to realize that once industry has scooped up all the resources, they will be gone and Albertans will be left. Planning for tomorrow, today, let’s be assured that there will be something good left for all those grandchildren and great-grandchildren coming behind.
Legion membership is open to all Canadians Dear Editor, Established in 1926, the Royal Canadian Legion is the largest Veterans service organization in Canada with more than 320,000 members and 1,450 branches. The Stettler branch #59 opened its doors in 1928, just two years after the Legion was founded and this past March, proudly celebrated its 85th Anniversary. Like many branches across the country, the Stettler branch is making positive changes to deal with a new fiscal reality, due to declining membership, but the branch is alive and well and will continue to enjoy support from, and invest in, the Stettler community. Memberships are being renewed, the branch is open for coffee, sports, meat draws and special events. We invite you to join us and show your support: From Monday to Friday bring
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Cont’d from Pg 5 We played Minor Hockey and Rec Hockey with the Hounds since we began playing. We also liked to have our fair share of Bud Lites together. Beryl and Jim’s home was always open for me. Brady would make me a bed on the couch beside his bedroom all the time. Brady loved to hunt! We spent countless numbers of days in the Black Chevy; cruising fields and shooting guns. This year we managed to grab our last mule together. It was hard to get any serious hunting done, we were either busy partying or hauling furniture in the mornings for Beryl. As soon as we were awake Beryl would ask us to help her out. Brady even asked if we could not stay at his house anymore to avoid Beryl putting us to work. We decided we would start staying at our farm. That didn’t work out either as we got put to work hauling couches at our house too. Brady couldn’t believe we got put to work, he would roll his eyes and shake his head but he did it with his gigantic smile and said “You have got to be kidding me!” Jim came home for a couple days and we told him we wanted to go out with him in the morning to find some deer. Sure enough Brady and I stayed out until the break of dawn partying and then decided we should head home to get a little shuteye. Jim heard us come in the house and was sure that we wouldn’t get up to go hunting. This probably didn’t bother him too much as it was minus 40 outside. Brady and I got a 45 minute power nap and then Jim came downstairs to wake us up, in search of some big deer. We got out the 202’s and headed out to look for our deer. Just when we thought we were getting to an area that may have deer Brady made us stop the truck so that he could get out of the truck. Brady had to puke so this probably managed to scare
O B I T UA RY some of the deer away. I just started hunting three years ago and I am thankful that Brady and Jim took me in and taught me the ropes. I am very glad that I got to shoot my first deer with Brady and Jim! I bagged a real nice White Tail! Unfortunately it was the last deer we got together but I will cherish the time we spent and the fun we had. With the countless hours of playing hockey with Brady he became a great hockey player! We had many winning seasons and a couple years of provincials which Brady was a very strong part of our team. He had many good moves which he learnt from watching his favourite hockey, the Edmonton Oilers. He loved to do the big-toe drag that amazed me. It still worked on people after years of him doing it. Brady wouldn’t miss a game for anything; he lived for the dream of being an Oiler himself one day. The many Oilers games I got to attend with him were unbelievable! He made them such a blast that I always went home with a smile on my face; regardless if the Oilers won or not. Lately that was more often a loss but he remained true to the Oilers. Brady and I also attended a couple of World Juniors games in Edmonton. He would call me up and say that M & N had one extra ticket and would ask if I wanted to come. We were lucky enough to go to the New Year’s Eve Canada/USA game. We had first row seats right at the red line behind the penalty boxes. When we headed down to our seats we noticed a good looking girl sitting in one of the seats right beside ours. We ended up having a little bit of a pushing match trying to be the one that got to sit by the good looking girl. As we all know Brady was a smooth talker! He always had something smart to say and he said exactly what was on his mind. He believed in what he spoke, he had a strong will and didn’t take anything
from anyone! He would argue for hours with you if it were what he believed in. A lot of the time you could see that smirk come out in his face and he would just be arguing to get you going. I had the opportunity to see this many times over the years between him and Haley. He would work hard at pushing her buttons. Even though he liked to do this, if someone ever pushed her buttons besides himself, he was ready to scrap. Over the years we heard many funny things come out of Brady’s mouth. It was always followed by his wild laugh. I will always remember the story of Brady coming home one day and Beryl asked him if he had been drinking. Brady answered with a big smile and said “No Mom I am sober as a bird….tweet, tweet.” Another one of his favourite lines was used when he had invited the boys over to stay at his house after a long night. We would ask if we could come sleep over and Brady always answered sure Beryl is all right with that. We always knew that he hadn’t really asked his Mom. Now I have one more short story that I would like to share of Brady’s clever thinking. Back in middle school Brady and Bradley both asked Taylor to a school dance. Taylor had trouble deciding who she should go with. Brady sat down with Taylor and Bradley and explained to her; “Now lets put it this way Taylor, you can either have steak and pointed to himself or you can have roast beef and pointed to Bradley!| Years later in high school Brady began to bring Emily around. He was so happy with the way things were with them. He was ecstatic that he had found someone that would put up with our crazy late nights. Oh and let me tell you Emily did have to learn to put up with that. Brady once told her to go lay in bed and start a movie and that he’d be back in five minutes because
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he was going to drop me off at the bar. Well five minutes turned into hours and we returned home at 6:30 in the morning. Let me tell you it was a good night. We came back to Smith’s and we woke Emily up. Brady told her it was 7:30 and that she was going to be late for work. She jumped up, got dressed and didn’t even bother to look at the clock. If she would have, she would have known she was being pranked. She still could have slept for another hour if she would have checked. I am sure there were many nights where she thought about hurting us. Brady had such a deep love for Emily that you would constantly be hearing things about her and her family. Brady’s favourite joke he’d tell us and especially Em was that he needed to stay close to Gord and Michelle that way when Tess turned 18 they wouldn’t be surprised when he traded Emily in. Jokes aside… Em the way that he looked at you was a tremendous feeling. We all knew how much he loved you! You were his way of life and that got him through everything. Brady You were a Great Man, and you were such a great friend to all of us. We shared an unconditional friendship that can never be replaced. You will be remembered by that amazing smile and the energy you brought to everyone. Good- bye my friend; Until another day!
My shadow by Haley Smith Brady was born exactly 15 months after me on December 10th of 1993 and I on September 10th of ’92. Mom brought him home and she said I didn’t have a jealous bone in my body. I was so happy to have a baby brother to play with. I was happy to share moms’ knee with my beautiful brother. Turn to Pg 8
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Cont’d from Pg 7 was always borrowing money from our Brady had to do everything I did, he was parents. One time he phoned my dad, wonmy shadow I could not get rid of. If I was dering how much money he should bid on wearing a dress he was wearing a dress. a signed Taylor Hall jersey, dad said he This is how he got the name Brady-Anna. didn’t need one. Brady thought a small bid I had to share everything with him won’t hurt, someone will surely out bid including my friends, which didn’t always him. No one did. So the next day he is go over well. We would do everything to phoning dad to cover for him as mom escape him but we never could. could not find out. Not to long ago I had a sleepover and He loved having the best of everything. once again he would not leave, he ended I recently started selling knives. He was up sleeping at the foot of the bed. the easiest sale I have ever had. He spent We spent countless hours in the back$2000 within five minutes. yard with the whole neighborhood playing There is so many things that Brady is baseball, kickball, cowboys and Indians, going to miss out on that he would have and Fear Factor. Brady lived to play been so good at. I can tell by the way he hockey he spent countless hours outside treated his cat that he would have been a playing road hockey with his friends and great dad. When we were little he told me as he got older he trained all the younger he would have 10 million hundred chilboys on the street. I would get to play but dren so I could babysit. Brady had the rarely allowed on his team. One kindness soul, biggest smile and he comChristmas he got a hockey net and the pleted our family. first thing he did was phone Dylan I am not sure how life will go on without Usselman to come over right away. him but I know he would want us to live When Brady was little and maybe still life to the fullest. If Brady had to go I am to this day he was often known for his glad he left Tairsa and I with a sister to temper. When he was not happy, watch share his memories with. As well as an out. We went through numerous babysitAuntie Em to tell my nieces about their ters, patched many holes and my parents wacky Aunty Brady. spent a lot of time chasing him down the Charmed his way into my life street. by Emily Breum Brady and I lived to make each other Brady Smith charmed his way into my angry. He took many flying objects such as plates, remotes, or whatever I could get life about two and half years ago. Ever since that first date we have been insepamy hands on to the head. Lucky for him I rable. He taught me many things in the had no aim. Although I threw the objects, I knew the moment it left my hand I had to short time we spent together. He taught me how to laugh off the small things, and run for my life. More often then not the to stand up for myself when the time is fight would end with us phoning mom at right. Although there were a few times work bawling. She stopped answering. when he felt it was his duty to step in and Brady was known for finding the easy way out. I always thought of him as a little take care of business, Brady style. It wasn’t long after Brady started bit lazy but I am coming to realize he was hanging around my house that he had just too smart for his own good. He had went from a town kid to a full out cowboy. our mom figured out to a tee. She would He started his collection off with his bring him anything and everything he asked for and my sister and I would give in cowboy boots so he could ride horses and help dad out with the whole four chores as it was just easier to grab the glass of water then argue with the guy with all the that needed to be done. His new found love for being a cowboy answers. It wasn’t always like this. When I was in landed us in the Ya Ha Tinda Ranch. To my surprise he absolutely loved it. It was grade one he would sit and do my homeso amazing to see him adapt to the new work while I would play beside him surroundings and find peace in the simple although the tables turned quite quickly. things around us. He even cowboyed up Brady was known for his infectious and decided to go on a four hour ride with smile. I am sure this is why he got away my dad, sister and I. He loved every with so many things. What some people minute of the ride, and then we had to get may not have known, is that he was so off the horses, and that’s a whole different good at school, he just didn’t let anyone story. know. He thought if I can get 80’s without It was in Brady’s nature to help anyone trying why not. I know if he would have who needed it. Whether it was getting his actually did his homework he would have two cents in a fight or helping our neighgiven Evan Rodvang a run for his money. bours at the apartment carry up their Brady was my baby brother which means he enjoyed irritating my sister and groceries, he was there. There wasn’t a person in the world who Brady wouldn’t I. He would stick his feet in our face, have a conversation with. change the channel and repeat the same The first time I took him to meet my words over and over. Brady and I spent family it was as if he had known them formany hours together watching TV. We rarely talked, we just enjoyed being beside ever. He fit right in with all the craziness. He became the big brother Tess never had each other. and sometimes the big brother she never Brady or also known as Aunty Brady, wanted. It was amazing to me how close was the best uncle in the world. He loved those two became and I could tell by the taking Jaidyn where ever he could. It was his mission to make sure she was an Oiler way Tess looked at him how much she fan growing up in a Flames household, she loved him. We always bugged mom and had a jersey before she was born. Colbie just arrived in November. I always said she looked like Brady but I never told him BORROW PAYMENT because his head Current 5 Year was already too Fixed Rate 2.99% big. $ 10,000 $47.29 Nothing special I have ever done was $ 20,000 $94.55 done without $ 50,000 $ 236.37 Brady. Every $100,000 $472.73 speech I ever said $200,000 $945.47 was with him and I Pay off Your Bills $300,000 $1,418.20 remember how $400,000 $1,890.93 Lower Your Payments painful it was to $ 2,363.66 keep him concenRefinance or Buy a Home! $500,000 trated. 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Cont’d from Pg 8 slamming, the cupboards start opening I am happy and blessed to have gained and soon enough I would find the gang of another set of wonderful loving parents, them in my bed begging me to take them two beautiful sisters and two adorable to McDonalds. I wasn’t very happy at the nieces. time, but if you asked me now I would do it Brady and I share a lot of the same in a heartbeat. interests and personality traits, that’s why About two months before school was we got along so well. One trait that we def- over we acquired another roommate, initely shared was being stubborn. We Clinton. I was so excited to finally have could argue for hours about which movie someone to pick on Brady with me. Well I we should watch and why. By the time the should have known this was not going to argument was over we were usually tired be the case. Those two always were and went to sleep instead. We could argue finding new ways to make me mad. about anything and just when I thought I Whether it be cornering me in the kitchen had the upper hand, Brady flashed that with the cat’s spray bottle or sitting on my big old smile and I would forget there was limbs and tickling me until I turn purple. I even a fight. think they took the cake with making me Brady loved to do many different things. mad when I went to go to the bathroom One of his favourite past times is the and to my surprise there was no door. Oilers. I don’t just mean watching hockey They thought that because I always comgames, I mean, reading about the Oilers, plained they never shut the bathroom buying Oilers colletables, phoning Jim door they would do me a favour and just about the Oilers, watching Oilers hightake it off. This didn’t last very long as lights, catching up on the Oilers drafts they saw just how angry I could get. and trying to explain to me why I should Brady’s passion for life and the way that be more interested in the Oilers. He was he carried himself will always be an inspiall about those Oilers. This year we were ration to me. I was so lucky to get to call lucky enough to catch a couple games up him mine even if our time was cut far too in Edmonton with our good friend Cory. short. I know everyday that he is watching A very important aspect in Brady’s life over me and helping me carry on through was his friends. Whether it be staying up this difficult time. all hours of the night with Koby, Cory, and There will forever be a piece of him in Bradan, or wrestling with Brandon outmy heart and I am eternally grateful for side the Brewhouse parking lot for that. I am so blessed that he introduced shotgun when Brady was with his friends, me and welcomed me into the Smith there was never a dull moment. I’m sure family and I promise that I will irritate my all of us girls are going to miss those hour two new sisters and care for my two nieces long phone calls with Brady when he gets as much as he did. bored and just wants someone to talk to. Brady lived to get under people’s skin and Never a dull moment then in an instant he would melt their by Easton Cox hearts when he flashed his big cheesy Although I didn’t expect to be doing this smile. so soon, I feel honoured to express to all of Brady loved to play jokes on me. He you the beautiful relationship that Brady always claimed I was the most gullible and I got to share. If there’s anything I can person in the world. One day he called me tell you, one things for sure, there was to tell me that he no longer wanted to see never a dull moment. It doesn’t matter if me and ask me if it was alright if he took he was 35 minutes late for Mrs. Canadine’s my best friend, Anissa out on a date. class, still half asleep, in pajama pants and I was so shocked I hung up the phone a sweater, or if he was slipping on his and just sat there mad until he called me boots to go out on the town, you could back. When I answered the phone I could never find him without that intimidating hear Easton and Brady killing themselves ear-to-ear smile. laughing in the background. He told me it I can remember when the best of our was only a joke and I should really learn friendship kicked off. We were in about to tell his “joking” tone. Grade 6 or 7 and Mrs. Barnes was subbing. Last year when we went off to school, The room was quiet and Brady slowly got Brady and I rented an apartment together up and walked passed my desk. While in Edmonton. We both knew this was walking past my desk, he had purposely going to be a big step and a big challenge kicked it, making the desk rumble across but we were ready to face it together. the floor making that god awful There are so many great memories that screeching sound. we made together this year it’s hard to put Obviously disturbing the whole class, them all into words. everyone was looking up and staring at A couple months after we moved up to the both of us. Brady thought it was so Edmonton we were sitting watching TV funny, so later I got up, walked passed his and we just felt like something wasn’t desk, and kicked it right out from underright. We were missing something. Then it neath his hands. Now he and I discovered dawned on us, we needed a cat. It took him this was a war! some convincing but in the end he went with me to pick up our new cat, Layla. It wasn’t long after that little cat moved in that it became Brady’s best friend. He always told me it was time I get my stuff out of the apartment so the cat had more room. He would lay with that cat for hours on end and I knew when I heard Pump failure or sewer issues between regular cleaning Brady say “come here babe”, he get the same lower price versus a non-program wasn’t talking to customer who is charged a per hour rate. me. Some other fun memories (if you can call them fun) is when all the boys would come over for the weekend. They would go out to the bar and I would go to sleep and just when I think I have some peace and quiet doors would start
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Anyway it had gone on for a while and you were one hell of a kid. Until next time, finally Mrs. Barnes had enough so she rest easy buddy… stood up and screamed, “Brady, Easton, Night life taken seriously GET OUT!” by Bradan McLean We slowly packed our stuff and had a School was anything but boring if nice giggle on the way to the office. Much Brady was in the area. to our delight, as soon as we get into the It didn’t matter if he was in the same office, there’s Mr. Brown, staring us class as you or if he left his to come visit down, giving that look where you know yours. He’d come through the door and you have to talk to him, but your going to make you laugh or smile and most of the try and waste as much time getting to his time both, which came naturally with office as possible. Brady. So after we got the whole ‘knucklehead’ I recently moved to Sherwood Park and speech, we found ourselves the next day, sitting in a corner of the office, with an in- I wasn’t impressed about having to leave my friends and small town. But then I school suspension. This is where we learned that only 20 minutes away from would spend all that day devising our my new home, Smitty and Em had moved next plan, just to do it all over again. into their new apartment in Edmonton. Brady and I shared the best and the They are what made the move worth it. worst times together, whether it was our Turn to Pg 10 famous trip to West Ed for a couple days, or if he was in visiting me while I was trying to do my L.A in Mrs. Pasolli’s office, neither of us had a single regret doing 12345 it. I am very appreciative to have spent these precious moments BOUTIQUE LUXURY Modern homes in James Bay with him and so MOVE IN SEPTEMBER starting from $299,000 very proud to call him my best friend. duetvictoria.com I love you Smitty,
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had - currently under extensive renovations. In the past, it was a large grocery store in Galahad, but the seller rage, 32’x48’ heated shop. includes • Near Castor - 16.75 acres, started to design & construct his home a quarter section with SLR revenue of overlooks the Castor Creek, near the with the large 4140 sq.ft of $3500. Corrals, stock waterers, sev- K to 12 School. Potential to subdi- space.$95,000 MLS#CA0015517 eral barns and sheds. $350,000 vide. $400,000 MLS#286941 MLS#CA0005274 • 41011 RANGE ROAD 130 3 bed, 4 bath, bungalow on 12 acres in County of Flagstaff. Quonset, barn • 5202 48 St., Castor - 1183 & shop. $589,000 MLS#CA0003175 • 5001 54 St., Castor - 1944 sq.ft. bungalow, 2 bedrooms & 1 4• 5201 50 St, Castor - 1972 church with extreme facelift, 6 bed- piece bath upstairs & 1 bedroom with house, 3 bed, 2 and half bath, 1464 rooms, 3 bathrooms. $224,900 a 3- piece bath in the basement. $144,900 MLS#CA0015501 sq ft., corner lot, single attached ga- MLS#CA0016779 rage, work shop $149,900 MLS# CA0003164 • 4705 Westminster Ave, Coronation - 4 bedroom, 3 bath, close to school. $119,000 MLS#CA0001795 • 107 Balaclava St., Veteran • 5117 Norfolk Ave., Coro• 5009 49 Ave., Castor - - 1629 sq.ft 3 level split, 4 bedrooms, nation - ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A TURN KEY PAINT & BODY SHOP 2 bathrooms, on a 50’ x 115’ lot. PROJECT HOUSE??? 3 bed, 1 bath 1352 sq.ft bungalow on 75’ x 115’ 2005 40’ x 60’ metal clad shop, $160,00 MLS#CA0016418 lot. Needs extensive work. $24,900 office. $260,000 MLS#CA0015272
AN INDEPENDENT MEMBER BROKER • 4806 50 Ave, Castor - 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, CHEAPER THAN RENT!!!!! $54,900 MLS# CA0009873 • 5113 51 St. Castor - 1026 sq ft bi-level home, three bedrooms, two bathrooms with an attached garage. $99,900 MLS# CA0009954 • 25+/- ac, 6 km east of Brownfield - 2565 sq.ft bungalow (redone in ‘92). Master bedroom to die for, jetted tub, large walk-in closet $305,000 MLS#CA0008160 • 4614 45 St., Castor 1970 sq ft of finished living space with 1640 on main level. 3 beds, 2 baths. 22x24 garage. $150,000 MLS#CA0012403 • 4625 Westminster Ave, Coronation - 1260 sq ft five bedroom, three bathroom home has a lot of potential. $109,000 MLS#CA0012203 • 5106 52 St., Castor Looking for revenue property? Cozy two bedroom, full bath bungalow close to schools, shopping. $69,500 MLS#CA0011839 • 5102 46 St., Castor - two bed, one bath 852 sq ft home $59,900 MLS#CA0011022 • 5317 Norfolk Ave, Coronation, AB - Spacious 4 bed (2 up, 2 down) with 2 baths and main floor laundry room. $210,000 MLS#CA0011015 • 5112 52 Ave., Consort 4 bed, 3 bath, 1997 sq.ft bungalow. REDUCED TO $385,000 MLS#CA0009859
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Cont’d from Pg 9 We got together many times for suppers, drinks and hockey games with many of our friends. Before and after supper anytime, that we got together, we would have a few Cuban cigars on the deck and it didn’t matter how cold it was outside. We’d bundle up with coats and a couple blankets and each wear one of Emily’s wool mitts and have our meeting. We’d sit out there while Emily watched from the nice warm house, thinking we were crazy. There’s no doubt in my mind that the reason why my grades were in the shape they were this year is because Brady and I took our night lives more seriously than school or work. I was late a few classes or missed a few classes all together, but I wouldn’t want it any other way and am honoured to be able to have these memories spent with Brady. Brady, you gave everyone a reason to smile without even trying, we love you and miss you, and I’ll be seeing you again to pick up where we left off with a Ceasar and a Cuban cigar.
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in a row. But, that moisture comes with a hefty potential cost: a high pathogen load in the soil and stubble going into the 2013 season. This, combined with today’s increasingly tight rotations, means this year could prove a troublesome season for disease. “Especially over the last ﬁve years, we’ve seen a dramatic shift to a canola, cereal, canola rotation. While it is probably pretty proﬁtable in the short term, what it brings with it is a much greater risk of disease. Add wet years like we’ve had and the risk just goes up even more,” says, an Agriculture and Agri-food Canada research scientist in Lacombe. “If we have another wet year this year, producers will need to be extremely careful about disease management.” Pathogens that cause the majority of diseases can easily survive two or more years in soil or stubble. As such, if you plant according to a two year rotation, look to the disease pressures you had in 2011 to give a good indication of some
Leaf diseases continue to cost growers the most in lost yield. Given that the best way to stay ahead of scald and blotch is rotation, practice a three to four year crop and / or variety rotation. Consult
“If we have another wet year this year, producers will need to be extremely careful about disease management.” Dr. Kelly Turkington the Alberta Seed Guide (at seed.ab.ca) to identify crop varieties that offer resistance to the respective diseases that are issues for you. Be extra vigilant in scouting for key diseases that are on the move. Stripe rust was newly found in multiple areas around Edmonton and as far north as Barrhead, which is not surprising given
reported across central Alberta, and damaging levels are occurring in irrigated parts of southern Alberta. Finally, blackleg, which is all over the province, appears to be breaking through the resistance of some canola varieties. To give yourself a ﬁghting chance against disease, prepare your fungicide plans early. A dense crop canopy, while excellent for yield, will hold in moisture and foster disease development. Therefore, if you have a strong, vigorously growing young crop, protect your yield potential by applying fungicide at the earliest stage recommended on the product label. “A wait and see approach doesn’t work for some diseases. If you’ve got a disease like sclerotinia, once you see the symptoms of the disease in the crop, it’s already too late to spray,” says Turkington.
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Time to raise the bar on regulatory standards Brenda Schimke
ECA Review Reporter Anthony Swift was the guest speaker at the Special meeting of the Alberta Surface Rights Federation in Camrose on June 17. Swift, an attorney with the International Program at the Natural Resources Defense Council in Washington, D.C., is a fourth generation oil-family Texan. He knows first-hand small towns in Texas that no longer have a water source. Swift’s expertise and passion is in fossil fuel subsidies, energy markets and pipeline safety.
Pipeline failures “There is an increasing number of pipeline failures occurring”, said Swift and “it’s time to raise the bar on regulatory standards and enforcement.” There have been 30,000 spills in Alberta over the last 37 years and they are growing in frequency and severity. “It’s logical for more leaks to occur in older pipelines, but the number of relatively new pipelines with catastrophic failures is alarmingly high,” said Swift. Swift highlighted two recent events. The two-year old TransCanada pipeline between Cushing, OK and Houston, TX is
currently having 70 sections dug up to replace faulty pipes and redo shoddy welding. In its first year of operation, it had 14 spills and had to be shut down. It’s been known for some time in the industry that off-shore steel manufacturers often do not meet standards, yet the price is cheap. In the case of this TransCanada pipeline, steel had been purchased from Russian and Indian suppliers. Heavier types of crude, with a molasseslike consistency, create a lot more friction as it moves through the pipeline. This resultant increase in temperature causes quicker corrosion which directly relates to more frequent pipeline failures. Alberta pipelines are year over year moving a larger percentage of higher temperature bitumen from the oilsands. When queried as to how our pipeline system rates with the United States, Swift said, “The Alberta pipeline system compares to the United States in that they both average a similar frequency of spills per mile.” “However, those figures hide the fact that the U.S. pipeline system is twice as old as the Alberta system,” said Swift.
Economics “Alberta’s economy and the wealth of its
people are predicated on moving bitumen to markets at a competitive price,” said an audience member. “We can’t put so many regulations in place that it makes our oil industry unprofitable.” Swift agreed. “The ability to build a spill-proof pipeline is not feasible, but other countries are using available technologies to detect leaks and are doing better,” responded Swift. “For example, Germany’s regulations require three overlapping systems to detect leaks. It’s a combination of external cables, acoustic sound monitors and chemical sensors. None of these are cost prohibitive, but the different sensors provide better coverage for identifying different types of leaks. In sharp contrast, Canada and the United States use dated technology including watching pressure changes and comparing in and out volumes, aerial discoveries or individuals on the ground stumbling across a leak. The recent spillage of 9.5 million litres of wastewater from an Apache pipeline near Zama City in northwestern Alberta was detected by air. It wasn’t reported to ERCB for six days and it was the public, not ERCB, who broke the news 12 days after the massive leak was first
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discovered. In 2011, the Plains Midstream Canada Rainbow pipeline crossing the Woodland Cree Reserve leaked sweet crude for eight hours and the pipeline was shut on and off three times, even as alarms kept ringing. After the spill was identified it took seven hours for the company to advise ERCB. Less than a year later, Plains Midstream Canada had another major spill when a pipeline under the Red Deer River, polluted the river and Little Buffalo Lake.
Clean-Up Since pipelines move a variety of different products that behave differently, spilled products also behave differently when they migrate to a water source. Natural gas evaporates, light crude stays on the surface making it easier to contain and scoop up, heavy crude or bitumen sinks to the bottom. The 825,000 gallons of bitumen spilled into the Kalamazoo River has been the most expensive on-shore pipeline spill in history, costing TransCanada upwards of $1 billion, and giving opponents to the Keystone Pipeline much ammunition. Although the river looks pristine today, the recovery is incomplete as most of the bitumen immediately sunk to the bottom, co-mingled with the river base and continues to migrate. It is predicted that 42 miles of the river will be lost as an ecosystem.
Regulations & Enforcement Swift argues that “significant spills happen that should never happen.” An Enbridge pipeline in the NWT that leaked 66,000 barrels of oil from a pinhole crack could have been caught much earlier if a high-tech detection system were in place,” said Swift. Another example was the Rainbow pipeline spill. The National Energy Board (NEB) had identified problems some years before at that location, but because it fell under the jurisdiction of the ERCB, nothing was done to force Plains Midstream Canada to take preventative measures. Canada doesn’t publish spill records, the United States does. But the American record is far from stellar, as their pipeline companies’ detection systems miss 19 out of 20 leaks, or four or five leaks that consist of 160,000 barrels and over,” said Swift. In Alberta you can find out about spill records for $8 a record. With 30,000 spills, it would cost a mere $240,000 to get the same information that is provided for free in the United States. Canada’s regulations require that a company must detect a leak that amounts to five-per cent of its total capacity in one hour, two per cent in one week, and one per cent in a month. “Depending on the size of the pipeline, 100,500 barrels of crude can leak into the environment over a month and does not have to be detected, or 5,000 barrels can go missing a day, and the government is okay with that,” said Swift. “Any time you create a system with less public oversight rather than more, it should be concerning,” concluded Swift.
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Have you got your float ready for July 1st parade? I had an interesting week last week and tried to send the news in but it seemed to get lost in cyberspace. Peter and I were in Charlottetown, PEI for a meeting of the Federated Womenâ€™s Institutes of Canada. I had the meetings, Peter had the tour. I think that I am holding my own with these dynamic ladies but it sure is a steep learning curve. We will be initiating some changes to improve communication within our organization and doing some health information workshops. After the meeting we had a chance to get together with pen pals that I have had for a few years. Kaye Larken had dinner with us at the Dunes where we enjoyed the fabulous garden afterward. Annie McPhail joined us for breakfast the next morning and had set aside her whole day for us including the ride to the airport. Annie lives at Argyle Shores on a farm. Their farm goes right down to the water. She took us there to her 150 year old house where we picked up husband Ewan to continue touring. There is a halibut farm near them and also a facility where fish are vaccinated for disease. The third pen pal, Aletha Mullally joined us for lunch at the Irish pub where she took me four years ago. What a wonderful day we had. It was the first time that Peter had met these people. It is a small world. On the plane from Toronto to Charlottetown, I sat beside, Ronald MacLellan a mechanic from
Whitehorse. Of course, I had to ask him if he knew Clint Carpenter, Doug Solonick Wendy Phillips and he did. He asked me if I knew Dave Haight and Penny who moved to a little town like Galahad. I do, they are the neighbours to the west of us. Small world. Have you got your float ready for July 1st parade? That is coming up fast. It is going to be a busy weekend in Alliance with the usual Canada Day celebrations, sports, and the 100th anniversary of the Womenâ€™s Institute. The Friends of the Battle River Railway are excited to have the passenger car available for a trip to Heisler after the anniversary celebrations. On June 30, the Argyle branch of Womenâ€™s Institutes will celebrate 100 years of service in the community of Alliance. There will be a program open to the public with cake and coffee/tea/juice served after. Come along and hear of some of the things we have accomplished. It was market this week. Sheila Bateman of Veteran and friend from Castor were to the market for the first time. If you havenâ€™t played Bunnock or Croquet, come on out July 1 and join in the fun in the arena. There will be a market in the arena too. Vendors are excited to come and market their wares to a different crowd on Canada Day. There will also be face painting, balloon art, car show after the parade which is after the pancake breakfast.
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Elnora celebrates 100 years Brenda Schimke
ECA Review Reporter The welcome arrival of the sun provided a beautiful morning for the parade on Saturday, June 22, 2013 at Elnora’s Founder Days. The parade had 60 entrants and over 120 participants making it one of the largest Elnora parades ever. Organizers were pleased that approximately 800 to 900 people were in attendance over the weekend. In 1906, Dan May homesteaded the present site of Elnora. In 1908, the settlement Elnora was named after Nora Edwards and Elinor Hogg two of the first female pioneers in the area, who cared for the sick and acted as midwives. By 1911, there were homes, small businesses, a school, post office, community hall and the first telephone line into town. In 1913 the Grand Truck Pacific Railway was built through Elnora. Within a few years, the store, creamery, boarding house and rifle range from nearby Lakeview were relocated to Elnora. The reason the weekend was called Founder Days was to celebrate the 100th anniversary since the arrival of the railway in Elnora. The highlight of the weekend for many was the Quilt Cakes. Organizers had asked each founding family to decorate a cake to form a
quilt. Participation was great with 70 families contributing —each using a unique and creative way to display their heritage through icing and decorations. The Official Welcome hosted by Elnora Mayor, Rob Allen, was opened with a Metis ceremonial dance by John Sinclair and his son Jessie. Politicians in attendance were The Hon. Cal Dallas, Red Deer MLA on behalf of Premier Allison Redford, Jim Wood, Mayor of the County of Red Deer, Earl Dreeshen, MP for Red Deer and Kerry Towle, MLA, InnisfailSylvan Lake. Other events included a Show n’ Shine with 65 cars participating, tour of the school, a cemetery tour, Elnora Ag Society supper and fireworks. Entertainment was provided by locals including Ray Duft and Dee Hodgkinson on Friday evening, and Radi Boulton, Off the Rails (Cheek family) and Precious Cargo (Thompson family) on Saturday evening. David Richardson, Alex Hogg’s great-great grandson preached at the Sunday morning interdenominational church service with the Community Choir leading the singing. Alex Hogg had been an original founding member of the Union Presbyterian Church in Elnora. “It was something really great”, said area resident, Ruth Cheek, “to see so many people come home.”
Jim and Donna Kindle’s grandchildren from Red Deer, Ryan and Jessica race for the candy thrown from the Balkwill Pharmacy 100th anniversary Founders parade entry.
The Elnora Youth Group members pose for a photo in their period costume just before the parade was to start at the 100th anniversary celebrations in Elnora, Ab.
Christine Hunter drove the St. Paul’s Anglican Church entry in the parade.
The Barnes family parade entry with (L-R) Hannah Tucker, Chase Christiansen and Mikayla Zilkowsky riding the float.
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• Snipped from Ian Hamilton’s column in the Regina Leader-Post: “Several U.S. senators sent a letter to the Washington Redskins, asking them to change their name. “In a perfect world,” scribbled comedy writer Alex Kaseberg, “the Redskins write back: ‘You’re right, it is an awful and disgraceful name we should be horribly humiliated by and ashamed; it conjures up memories of a truly criminal history. From now on we are the District of Columbia Redskins.’ “ • AP golf writer Doug Ferguson on final day fashion at the U.S. open: “(Billy) Horschel wore pants with octopus prints, and he putted like he had eight arms.“ • Golf writer Dan Jenkins on Twitter, as reported on golfworldmonday.com: “Charl has made three bogeys and a double in his last four holes. In South Africa, that’s known as Schwartzeling your pants.” • Greg Cote of the Miami Herald: “Tim Tebow signed with the Patriots. ‘Belichick owed me a favor,’ explained Jesus.” • The Sports Curmudgeon: “Absent a situation whereby Tom Brady undergoes multiple amputation surgeries, there is no way Tebow is going to ‘compete for’ the starting QB role (with New England).” • Scott Ostler of the San Francisco Chronicle: “Pablo Sandoval is too short. His weight of about 270 would be fine if he were seven feet tall. So he needs to grow 13 inches or lose 50 pounds.” • Comedy writer Jim Barach: “Joe Torre’s daughter caught a baby that fell from a second-floor fire escape in Brooklyn. Major League Baseball will issue a statement congratulating her just as soon as she is tested for PEDs.”
• R.J. Currie of sportsdeke. com: “Kobe Bryant of the Lakers isn’t sure he’ll be ready for the start of next season. He’s recovering from a ruptured Achilles tendon and a strained coaching relationship.” • Another one from Currie: “Hayley Wickenheiser says the University of Calgary helped her get a degree by planning exams around her hockey schedule. In response, NCAA athletes have said, ‘Exams’?” • Brad Dickson of the Omaha (Neb.) WorldHerald, not impressed with Louisville’s uniforms at the College World Series: “Players look like they came from a garage sale at Lady Gaga’s house.” • Headline at SportsPickle. com: “Tiger Woods back to not being back.” • Blogger TC Chong, on Ottawa’s new CFL team, the RedBlacks: “Their logo will be a checkerboard.” • Mike Bianchi of the Orlando Sentinel, on the poor play in the finals by Miami’s Chris Bosh: “Does Bosh actually get a championship ring or just a participatory ribbon?” Care to comment? Email email@example.com
Randy Cox putts on the putting green on Sunday June 23 at Coronation Oilmen’s Third Annual Two Oilmen Golf Tournament. Players paid $20 to putt or chip six balls in a contest where they could win either a $1,500 travel voucher or a 60 inch TV. Mark Erickson won the travel voucher and Bob Williamson, the 60” TV in the chip off.
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10th Annual Wade Buchwitz Memorial
GYMKHANA Monday, July 1 11 am at Endiang Riding & Roping Club Arena Many great events for all ages! Concession Available • Fireworks!
Hanna Rod & Gun Club 32nd Annual
Guns & Collectibles Show & Sale Sat., July 20 & Sun., July 21 9-5
Hanna Curling Rink 501-3rd St. West 200 Tables - Exhibitors from B.C. - Alberta - Saskatchewan - Manitoba - Ontario Friday Night Set-Up 1:00 - 10:00 pm For more information call: Call Ron (403) 854-3768 or Fax (403) 854-3986
Antique & Modern Guns, Ammo, 5 Antique Dishes, Sporting Goods, Buy, Sell admission (10 & under Free w/ adult)
& Trade, Coins & Stamps, Outdoor Wear, Knives, Collectibles & Much More!
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Wed., July 10 7 p.m. Sanctioned by the Professional Bull Riders $
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30 Top Professional Bull Riders plus Top 6 in the Finals Kids Wild Pony Race (Limit 6 Teams) Entries: 780-386-2340 or 780-384-2275 Concession: open at 5, food with flair Beer Gardens (5-2) & Dance to follow (Denim & Diamonds)
Admission: $15/person or $50/family (preschool free) For more info call Ellie 780-386-2340 or Cheryl 780-336-2344
Black Elk Hockey Camp Pre entries June 27 from 8-10pm. Please call Twila 403 579-2173 or Bobbi at 403 579-2432 to enter or if you have any questions.
Hanna Summer Sl -Pitch Sh wd wn 10th Annual
Fri.-Sun., Aug. 23-25 at the Hanna Triplex Limited space, so get your teams in!
Beer Gardens & Entertainment at the Triplex
To enter a team or for more info.
Call Sam 403-857-9942 • Janice 403-854-1430
Killam Day Camp August 18 - 24 $
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Guide t n e m n i a t r e t n E & g n i Din
June 27 - The Vat, Red Deer, Waskasoo/Tofu Stravinski, 403346-5636 June 28 - The Vat, Red Deer, Ab. Cowpuncher, 403- 346-5636 June 28-29 - The Vat, Red Deer, Ab., tba, 403-346-5636 June 28 - Provost Farmer’s Market, Regular market 10 am - 2 pm June 29 - July 1 - Sedgewick Canada Day Weekend, Pony Chucks & Chariot races, call Calvin 780384-3999. July 1 - Party in the Park, Coronation Museum Park, 2 pm, Bring lawn chairs. July 1 - Alliance Sports Day July 1 - Gymkhana, 11 am, Endiang Riding & Roping Club Arena, call Twila 403-579-2173 July 3 - Provost Farmer’s Market, evening market 3 pm - 7 pm July 3 - Eckankar Canada in Alberta presents Community HU Song, Red Deer Library, 7-7:30, call 403-3346-9238. July 4 - The Vat, Red Deer, Ab., SNFU/Secret Rivals/Knifedogs, 403-346-5636 July 5 - The Vat, Doghouse Rose, 403-346-5636 July 5-7 - Coronation Pro Rodeo, Curtis Perry 403-578-3625 Juy 6 - The Vat, Red Deer, The Fifths/Pandas in Japan/Half Chance Heroes, 403 346-5636
July 10 - Kinsella Bullarama, 7 pm, call Ellie 780-386-2340 or Cheryl 780-336-2344 July - 12 - Provost Farmer’s Market, Regular market, 10 am - 2 pm July 12 - The Vat, Red Deer, Ab., Picture The Ocean, 403-346-5636 July 13 - The Vat, Red Deer, Soul Side In/Open Air/Lust the Tide, 403-346-5636 July 13 - 5th Annual Battle River Ride for Stars, Riders wanted, Lorraine Bridge, call Carol 403882-2515. July 13 - Thunderstruck - Canada’s AC/DC Tribute band, 7 pm Castor Arena. Tickets $25. Call 403-8822797 July 13 - 14 - Class of 1988 Reunion, Wm E. Hay Composite High School, @ Stettler Golf & Country Club. Shawna 587-991-5199. July 17 - 21 - Westerner Days Fair & Exposition, July 17 - SOS Seniors Program, Killam Seniors Centre, 1-3 pm July 18 - The Vat, Red Deer, Ab., Dan Bern, 403-346-5636 July 19 - 20 - The Vat, Red Deer, Ab., Live recording of some “Alberta’s Own Music Festival” Bands July 19 - Provost Farmer’s Market, Regular market, 10 am - 2 pm July 20 - 21 - Hanna Rod & Gun Club Show & Sale, Hanna Curling Rink, $5 admission.
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July 25 - The Vat, Red Deer, Ab., Weber Brothers, 403-346-5636 July 26 - Provost Farmer’s Market, Regular Market, 10 am - 2 pm July 26 The Vat, Red Deer, Uncle Sid, 403-346-5636 July 26-28 - Yesterday’s Old Time Music Jamboree, Hanna Comm. Centre, call 403-854-4737 or 403854-2433. July 27 - The Vat, Red Deer, Ab., Soul Jah Fyah, 403-346-5636 July 27 - Charity Auction & Garage Sale, Killam Memorial Arena July 27 - 28 - Castor Rodeo. www. castorrodeo.com Aug 2 - Provost Farmer’s Market, Regular Market, 10 am - 2 pm August 2 - 4 - Oyen Centennial Celebration, parade, baseball, visiting, etc. Pre-register & info Town Office, 403-664-3511. Aug 7 - Provost Farmer’s Market, evening market 3 pm - 7 pm. Aug 10 - “Celebrate Your Rural Roots” Tradeshow, 9 am - 5 pm, Lougheed Arena, Call 780-3844129. Aug. 16-17 - Theresetta Catholic School 100 Year Anniversary. Aug 16 - Provost Farmer’s Market, Regular Market, 10 am - 2 pm Aug 18 - 24 - Black Elk Hockey Camp, Killam Day Camp, Charlene 780-385-3977 Aug 21 - Movie in the Park, Sedgewick Public School Grounds.
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The Vat is Red Deer’s premiere, awesome-ist, coolest, radical, all right live entertainment bar and night club where something is usually going on 7 days a week. From bigger name acts to local and Canadian entertainment, the Vat has something for everyone.
at Coronation Museum Park
Thu, 27 Waskasoo / Tofu Stravinski Fri, 28 Cowpuncher Sat, 29 TBA
Mon., July 1
• (2 pm) Museum Tours • (3 pm) Duck Races • (4 pm) Barbeque • Kid’ Games & Races • Music • Free Flags
July Thu, 4 SNFU / Secret Rivals / Knifedogs Fri, 5 Doghouse Rose Sat, 6 The Fifths / Pandas in Japan / Half Chance Heroes Fri, 12 Picture the Ocean
*Bring a lawn chair! Celebrate Canada We acknowledge the financial support of the Government of Canada through the Department of Canadian Heritage.
Sat, 13 Soul Side In / Open Air / Lust the Tide Thu, 18 Dan Bern Fri, Sat, 19, 20 Live recording of some “Alberta’s Own Music Festival” Bands Thu, 25 Weber Brothers Fri, 26 Uncle Sid Sat, 27 Soul Jah Fyah Find Our Event Postings on Facebook @ “We Love The Vat”
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Enjoy ﬁve days of top quality, truly authentic, action-packed entertainment at Westerner Days Fair & Exposition, central Alberta's largest summer celebration! 13064WW0
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Aug 23 - Provost Farmer’s Market 10 403-854-1430 am - 2 pm Aug 30 - Provost Farmer’s Market, Aug 23 - 25 - Hanna Summer Slow10 am - 2 pm. Pitch Showdown, Hanna Triplex, Please send Community Events by fax to 403-578-2088 or by email to publisher@ Call Sam 403-857-9942, Janice
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Coronation Pro Rodeo Association & Coronation Ag. Society presents
CORONATION PRO RODEO Friday, July 5 1 pm - Rodeo Slack & Beer Gardens 6 pm - Mounted Shooters ADMISSION $5 Ages 13 & up • Free Age 12 and under
Saturday, July 6 7 am - 10 am Free Pancake Breakfast (sponsored by ATB) at the Curling Rink 10:30 am Downtown Parade - Theme 100 years of 4H 1 pm Rodeo Performances ADMISSION: • Preschoolers - FREE • Ages 6-12 $5.00 • Ages 13 and up $12.00 6 pm - Mounted Shooters • Free Admission with Rodeo Ticket or $10 at the door
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REAL ESTATE ACREAGE near Newbrook, Alberta. One mile off Hwy 63. 11.6 acres with 1150 sq. ft., 3 bedroom house, 5 appliances. Multiple steel stock corrals and stock waterers, hay shed, barn. Call 780-2131101 or 306-769-8777. ELINOR Lake Resort. 2.5 hours NE of Edmonton. All fully serviced lake lots reduced by 25% until July 31, 2013. Suitable for RV/cabin/house or investment. Unserviced lots available for lease. Call 1-800-623-3990; www. elinorlakeresort.com.
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FOR RENT 2 ACRE lot on pavement in Whitecourtâ€™s prime industrial subdivision. Blueprints for 16,000 sq. ft. drive through shop (8 bays) and 3400 sq. ft. of office space ready to go or will build to suit. Call Blake 780-7780451.
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FARM MACHINERY CIH 2188 Combine 2451 sep. hr. CIH inspection & many updates, clean combine, stored inside, chopper, $49,000. 30â€™ CIH 1010 Header, Batt Reel, very good conditin, $8000. 30â€™ Header Trailer, $2000. CIH 8820 25â€™ S.P. Swather w/Ull p.u. reel w/dual rotoshears, 1133 eng. hrs., nice condition, $30,000. 25â€™ IH Cultivator #55 with Prasco Bandit big tank, $3500. Phone 403823-9974 or 403-8231928. 1997 CASE Tractor MX-120. Front wheel assist, power shift, shuttle shift. Excellent condition, all updates including tires. Winter housed heated garage. $49,000. OBO. Call 780-524-3029.
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Notice is hereby given of the following decisions in accordance with the Municipal Government Act, RSA 2000, Chapter M-26, and Bylaw No. 2009-559 and amendments thereto, of the Town of Coronation: Lot Techmation Electric & Controls Ltd. Approved Block 4430 Tudor Avenue Plan Permit #2013-005 Proposed Development: Construction of 60â€™ by 90â€™ Warehouse & Office Lot 20-22 Carol & Daryl Lundy Approved Block 32 4721 Alexander Avenue Plan 8149AH Permit #2013-006 Proposed Development: Installation of new Hot Tub & Cement Pad The above noted application will be held fourteen (14) days after publication of this notice at which time this decision is deemed to be final unless otherwise appealed. Any person wishing to appeal a decision may file an appeal at the Town Office, 5015 Victoria Ave., Coronation, AB or by mail to Box 219, Coronation, AB T0C 1C0. Date of Publication: Thursday, June 27, 2013 Town of Coronation Development Officer Sandra Kulyk
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The M.D. of Provost No. 52 is currently seeking a qualified individual to fill the position of Utilities Officer Responsible for the monitoring and operation of the M.D.â€™s water and sewer systems, the successful candidate will be highly motivated, able to work independently and attentive to detail. Previous experience, certification or training in the operation of water and wastewater systems is considered an asset. Interested parties may submit a detailed resume with a minimum of three references to:
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