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For weeks the former Gravity Gear storefront featured a simple sign that said “Oct. 17.” It’s been replaced by this Harvest Moon Cannabis motif. | C. Gilbert photo

No cannabis stores in Jasper Oct. 17 CRAIG GILBERT PUBLISHER@FITZHUGH.CA

For weeks a sign in the window of the former Gravity Gear store on Patricia Street in Jasper served as a harbinger of the coming legalization of recreational cannabis: Oct. 17 was all it said. It’s been replaced by a Harvest Moon Cannabis motif, and regulators say it won’t be one of the 17 weed stores open for business in Alberta on the muchanticipated day. In fact, none of them are in Jasper National Park. Eleven of the stores licensed by the newly renamed Alberta Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis (AGLC) agency on an interim basis in order to be open for Oct. 17 are

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in the Edmonton area (including Spruce Grove, Fort Saskatchewan, Stony Plain and St. Albert), three are in Medicine Hat, two are in Calgary. Nova Cannabis, with five stores, and Fire & Flower Cannabis Ltd., with three, appear to be the largest chains operating in Alberta out of the gate. An interim licence allows retailers to order and have product shipped to retail locations in preparation for legalization. Interim licensees that fulfill all conditions will be issued a sales licence on Oct. 17 so they are legally ready to open their doors to the public. Following Oct. 17, AGLC anticipates a steady increase in the number of operational stores across the province and expects to see roughly 250 stores in business by the end of the first year, according to a press release.

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Adults in communities that do not have a retail location can place orders on albertacannabis.org. “We are immensely proud of the hard work that has been put in by AGLC employees to get us to this point,” AGLC regulatory services vice president Dave Berry said. “On this significant day, we will have 17 retail locations open for business and we will continue to license retailers at a steady pace in the days and months following.” To operate in Jasper, a marijuana retailer has to get approval from the municipality, Parks Canada and AGLC. A JNP spokesperson said Tuesday the number of applications before Parks is “below seven,” but that more information would be available at the end of the week.


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Space tourism

IN THE ROCKIES

PETER MCMAHON SPECIAL TO THE FITZHUGH

WHAT STARTED AS A ‘CUTE NERD-THING’, OCTOBER’S ‘DARK SKY MONTH’ IS NOW SERIOUS BUSINESS FOR JASPER I love how proud locals have become of Jasper’s premiere status in the Rockies for taking in views of distant galaxies, the Northern Lights and other evening wonders above the Canadian wilderness. In addition to all the other things that make this a special place, Jasper is getting on the map as a destination for ‘polar-fleece stargazers’ something 30-50 per cent of our guests already know before arriving to book telescope tours and other night-sky activities. THE POWER OF ONE STAR “She was born too late,” one man told Jasper Planetarium staff about his wife one year while stargazing through our telescopes at the top of the Jasper Skytram. “When I was born, you could still see some stars in the sky above Shanghai,” he said. “But she’s never seen a star before.” Tears rolled down her cheek while she looked at the red giant Arcturus through a hole in the cloudy sky that night. When we told her it was scheduled to clear up and that she might see more stars, she burst into cries of joy. Eventually, the sky did open up, revealing six thousand suns and the river of the Milky Way beyond. It wasn’t always this way, though. The growing universe of stargazing tourism in the park has been built view-by-view, tale-by-tale. Back in March 2010, I remember sitting in The Whistle Stop with friend and colleague

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Gloria Keyes-Brady from Parks Canada, telling her about my travels among Canada’s astronomy parks, called dark sky preserves. “Ooh we want to be one of those,” Gloria said, as we talked further about how Jasper was uniquely suited to becoming North America’s most full-featured stargazing oasis. Eleven months later, Jasper had become the largest of the world’s 50 astronomy parks. That was thanks in no small part to Parks visitor experience guru Rogier Gruys, who tirelessly trekked with staff and summer students through the Rockies to take measurements of what light pollution there was here, making recommendations as to what lights to replace, turn off, dim, or put on timers. Just half a year later, Jasper welcomed visitors to its inaugural Dark Sky Festival in October 2011. We conceived of the weekend event as a ‘celebration of the night’ with a broader appeal than the star parties predominantly hosted by-and-for members of astronomy clubs.

lasted to see another year.) One out of three nights were clear that first year and you could count the number of attendees not related to the organizers on your hands. By 2015, the festival had grown to host hundreds of people a year, with guest speakers like CBC Radio science host Bob McDonald, and Discovery Channel’s Jay Ingram. That year, I’d gotten to know Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield after interviewing him several times and being hired by the Canadian Space Agency to be his ‘science experiment biographer’. In what was another big turning point for astro-tourism here, Tourism Jasper brought Chris in as the star speaker that year, rocketing attendance from threefigures to four. I look forward to the day when the next generation of Chris Hadfields head to Mars and beyond, looking out at the stars we see here and maybe telling those who ask “I first got excited about space when I looked up at the sky from this little town in the northern Rockies and dreamed of going there.”

THE LITTLE FESTIVAL THAT COULD (AND DID) Back then, the main guest speakers were myself and friend/colleague/professional aurora photographer Yuichi Takasaka, along with members of the Edmonton astronomy club. (While some organizations came on board early, others seemed to regard the event as a sort of ‘cute-nerd-thing’ that may not have

Peter McMahon is general manager of The Jasper Planetarium, an event host during the Jasper Dark Sky Festival Oct. 12-21.

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The Jasper Community Caring Fund got a $3,750 infusion from the Jasper Motorcycle Tours 2018 Poker Run, held Sept. . Kris Kowblick and Leanne Kading presented the cheque to Jasper Community Team Society board co-chair Jordan Tucker and secretary Leslie Dolan, and Jasper Child and Family Services manager Kathleen Waxer. | C. Gilbert photo

Driver killed by own bus

Delays on Maligne Road

Police are investigating after the driver of a tour bus was killed by her own vehicle in a parking lot in Jasper National Park. According to RCMP the driver, a 52-year-old woman, was outside of her bus in a parking lot at the Columbia Icefield on Highway 93. It struck her, causing fatal injuries, and four vehicles before coming to rest. The call came in at 1:18 p.m. on Oct. 4. An air ambulance was dispatched but was not utilized. “Several witnesses were interviewed and preliminary information indicates that the bus driver was outside of the bus when she was struck,” Cpl. Laurel Scott wrote in a press release. “RCMP were on scene investigating for several hours, and the incident remains under investigation.” No other people were injured.

Work on Maligne Road was to start Oct. 9 according to Parks Canada. Brushing and clearing work will occur along the whole length of the road and several sections will be paved. Work will occur Monday to Saturday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Motorists can expect to encounter single-lane alternating traffic at work sites with speed reductions in work zones and traffic control personnel on site. Delays of up to 20 minutes can be expected. Paving work is expected to continue until midNovember, or until conditions become prohibitive. Likewise, brushing and clearing will cease when the weather decides it will. Road conditions, delays, and closures: www.511. alberta.ca or dial 511 (Alberta) or www.DriveBC.ca or dial 1-800-550-4997 (British Columbia). For more information on construction projects in Jasper National Park: www.pc.gc.ca/jasper-construction.

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History at a Glance is bought to you by the Jasper-Yellowhead Museum & Archives. The photos are selected by the editor. Online: www. jaspermuseum.org Twitter @jaspermuse

HISTORY AT A GL ANCE

J A S P E R by James Simpkins

CORRECTION

We regrettably had the names of two Jasper firefighters spelled incorrectly in our Meet Your Jasper Fire Department special last week (Oct. 4, pg. 8-9). The correct spellings are Nicholas Bazin and Emanuele Bulfon.

QUESTION OF THE WEEK

Are you looking forward to a cannabis store opening in Jasper? Yes No Dave’s not here, man LAST QUESTION RESULTS Would you support a 25-foot “World Tree” for the Christmas season in Robson Park? Yes (63%, 33 Votes) No (37%, 19 Votes)

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LET TER TO THE EDITOR

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Take five, Eric Editor’s note: Stuart Taylor is running for the United Conservative Party nomination in West Yellowhead. Dear editor, In a recent letter to the editor, NDP MLA Eric Rosendahl made an accusation that I was deliberately spreading false information about coal fired electricity coming into Alberta from Montana. Rosendahl had responded to two earlier letters I had written— “The Notley Government’s Anti-Coal Doctrine” and “Trans Mountain Debate Continues.” The issue of Alberta electricity coming from foreign coal plants is important because Premier Rachel Notley’s climate leadership agenda is designed to prematurely knock a dozen coal-fired electrical plants out of commission in Alberta at a cost of billions. Rosendahl accused me of misrepresentation when in my letter I stated that: “There have been times when Alberta has bought coal-fired electricity from Montana to meet the needs of our provincial grid.” I further explained that this was a reference to transactions where the Alberta Electric System Operator (AESO) manages and obtains electricity through private operators, that is then poured into the Alberta grid. Rosendahl boldly claims that Albertans do not use Montana-based coal fired electricity. If Rosendahl would spend even five minutes at Alberta’s AESO website (www.aeso.ca), he would quickly see that even on the day that he accused me of telling a lie about the issue, which was on October 7, 50 MW of power was imported into Alberta from Montana. A portion of Montana’s electricity is from the state’s coal-fired electrical plants. (I have attached a screen shot from the

AESO site that demonstrates what I am saying to be true.) During the last session of the Alberta legislature, the MLA for CalgaryFoothills, Prasad Panda, tried repeatedly to explain these facts to Energy Minister Marg McCuaig-Boyd. Apparently, Mr. Rosendahl either missed the debate that day, or if he was there, didn’t understand what was being said. The AESO obtains electricity for our province through private operators and then puts it on the Alberta grid for our homes and businesses. Alberta draws or transfers electricity across major power lines with B.C., Saskatchewan, and Montana. In fact, our province’s commercial connection with Montana started a few years ago. Also, Alberta, British Columbia and Montana are members of the Western Electricity Coordinating Council Region. It means each of the sources from which these regional participants draw electricity, including coal plants in Montana, is readily and easily transferred. Often, Alberta is and has been on the receiving end of electricity from Montana, which includes it coal-sourced power. Before Mr. Rosendahl again accuses me, or other Albertans, of misrepresentation, maybe he’ll want to avail himself to a better understanding of the province’s electrical grid, by reviewing easily accessible online material at the AESO so he can have a better and fully informed understanding of such an important issue. Or if he’d prefer, he need only grab a copy of Hansard and read the debate on the matter that occurred in the legislature between his own Energy Minister McCuaig Boyd, and the MLA representing Calgary Foothills. Stuart Taylor Hinton

MLA addresses ‘false statement’ in letter ERIC ROSENDAHL MLA FOR WEST YELLOWHEAD

Albertans don’t give up and we don’t stay quiet. Our fight to build the Trans Mountain pipeline is only beginning. We will campaign like never before to win the hearts and minds of Canadians – a fight we are winning. For generations, Alberta has been forced to sell our resources to one customer - the United States - and to sell those resources at a major discount. The Federal Court of Appeal pointed to deficiencies in the National Energy Board process that need to be addressed – deficiencies that date back to the former Conservative government. Establishing a clear and reliable timeline to resume construction of the Trans-Mountain Pipeline is our main goal right now. Ottawa instructed the National Energy Board to reconsider its recommendation taking into account marine shipping, and stipulated that the NEB had 22 weeks to get its work done. The regulatory timeline laid out is in line with what we knew was the bestcase scenario when the federal court ruled. Our focus is to ensure that the timeline is set in stone. We will not tolerate legal game-playing. This expansion project is long overdue. It will provide 15,000 construction jobs, 37,000 jobs once in service and inject $15 billion into the national economy. And we will keep the pressure on, making sure that Ottawa understands that for workers

in West Yellowhead and across Canada, failure is not an option. I would like to also address a false statement made in last week’s Letter to the Editor claiming Alberta buying coal-fired electricity from Montana to meet the needs of our provincial grid. This is false. The Alberta government does not purchase coal-fired electricity from Montana, under any arrangement. It hurts all Albertans when people use fear and misinformation as a political tool. UCP leader Jason Kenney has already been called out in the Edmonton media for “routinely massages facts until they are barely recognizable” when it comes to our NDP government. Albertans deserve better than this. With the metallurgical coal mine in Grande Cache that is set to soon reopen, I look forward to the economic growth and job opportunities that will come with it. I want to remind folks, while Kenney did absolutely nothing for coal workers and coal companies when Stephen Harper decided to phase out coal fired electrical plants, we won’t leave your communities behind. That’s why we set up the Coal Community Transition Fund to support coal communities and their families who have contributed to the prosperity of our province. We’re also supporting locally led projects, like in Grande Cache and Hanna, that will create new jobs and increase regional economic development in coal communities. Families in West Yellowhead are hard working and resilient, and our government is working hard to support you.

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SPORTS

SUMMER IS OVER – WINTER IS HERE JOHN WILMSHURST SPECIAL TO THE FITZHUGH The sign on the door at the Onoway Arena said to wear winter clothing when watching games to keep the ice in good shape. The stands can be cool. They weren’t kidding. While the less hardy watched the Jasper Bantam Bearcats first tiering match from the heated lounge, a few, (fool?) hardy of us braved the frigid bleachers to experience our kids’ first game of the season as our visible breath swirled around our heads. But, the distracting cold did not detract from the impressive spectacle as our kids dismantled the Onoway Eagles on the pampered ice. Travelling with 17 kids, both nervous and excited for their first game of the season, the Bearcats have some depth this year. This was evident less than four minutes into the opening frame when one of Jasper’s first year players, Nash Hilworth, buried the team’s first goal of the 2018-19 season from the right circle. Jasper was dominant early, pinning the Eagles in their own zone for much of the first 20 minutes and forcing the home team into taking some costly penalties. Second year Bantam Baden Koss was there to cash in with a pair of first period markers, establishing himself as the dominant goal-scorer for the Bearcats this season. Rookie goaltender, Donovan Fawcett

Lucky for the parents there’s a home game in the heated barn in Jasper Oct. 14. | File photo

didn’t have a lot of work, but came up big including shutting down a three on none Onoway breakaway after a Bearcats defensive breakdown. Three to nothing Jasper after 20 minutes. Koss completed his hattrick before my buns had a chance to freeze to the seat at the beginning of the second period, and then scored his fourth to give Jasper a 5 – 0 cushion at the 12-minute mark. Halfway through the game, Fawcett relinquished the net to Jasper’s second netminder, Avery Thomas. She was as impressive as Fawcett, coming up with some great saves in the game’s second half. But chalk up a miscommunication with her teammate as they both went after a puck that neither

played with Onoway’s lone, second period goal. Undaunted, about a minute later Sebastian Golla poked in a rebound off an Owen Kearnan shot to re-cement Jasper’s lead at five goals followed by defenseman Aidan Deagle hammered the puck in off the crossbar to peg the score at 7 – 1 just before the second period buzzer. The inert bleacher heaters hung over the hypothermic fans as a symbol of the cool offensive action in the third period. With nothing left to prove, the Bearcats focused on keeping the Eagles in their own zone and moving the puck around. But some opportunities are too sweet to let by. This moment came when Kearnan fed the puck using a sweet behind-the-

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back feed across the slot and set up Hilworth for his second goal. Golla tried a similarly slick play to Ty Crozier, but Crozier’s shot just missed. Finally, Kearnan would score Jasper’s ninth goal of the afternoon, burying a rebound off a Jacob Bartziokas point shot that rang off the post. With time winding down, and Jasper penalized for too-many-players on the ice, Onoway managed a second goal to climb back to within a converted touchdown. Jasper played keep-away for five minutes and skated away with a 9 – 2 victory in the season opener. I’ve followed this team from its initiation and such a convincing win this early in the season is rare. Kudos to effective preparation by coaches Eric Bouchard and Jim Koss, but you have to hand it to these kids. Some players, new to Bantam play, like Janelle Tank, Michael Hayashi and Jacob Bouchard were pleasant surprises. You’ll get to know these names. As well, second year players Liam Crozier, Bartziokas, Koss and Golla have picked up where they left off last year. This is a quality team. You’ll get a chance to see them next weekend as tiering continues. They have an away game on Saturday but return to Jasper on Sunday for their first home game in a couple of years. Puck drops at 3:15 p.m. in the Jasper Arena on Oct. 14. And if its cold, the heaters will be on. I’ll see you in the stands.

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JASPER SENIORS COMMUNITY EVENTS/ACTIVITIES CALENDAR OCTOBER 2018 SUNDAY

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12pm Movie Matinee: Eat, Pray, Love, Municipal Library 1-2pm Seniors’ Exercise at Seton Healthcare Centre 1-3pm Coffee Connection, COS 1:30pm Cards,Sr. Lounge 6pm History Talk with Tony Cashman, Municipal Library

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9:30-10:30am Aquafit 10:30am Knitting Circle, Municipal Library 1-3pm Community Coffee Connection, COS 1-5pm Mixed Bridge, Sr. Lounge 6-7:30pm Wills and Estate Planning Workshop, Municipal Library

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9:30-10:30am Aquafit 1:30pm Seniors Society Meeting, Seniors Lounge 1-3pm Coffee Connection, COS

Exercise at Seton Healthcare Centre 1-3pm Coffee Connection, COS 1:30pm Cards,Sr. Lounge 2pm Tea Party, Alpine Summit

Aquafit 10:30am Knitting Circle, Municipal Library 1-3pm Community Coffee Connection, COS 1-5pm Mixed Bridge, Sr. Lounge

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1-2pm Seniors’ Exercise at Seton Healthcare Centre 1-3pm Coffee Connections, COS 1:30pm Sr. Reading, Municipal Library 6pm Amnesty International Letter Writing, Municipal Library

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8am-4pm Seniors ’ Bus Trip to Hinton 1-2pm Seniors’ Exercise, Seton Healthcare Centre 1-3pm Coffee Connections, COS 1:30pm Sr. Reading, Municipal Library 6pm Amnesty International Letter Writing, Municipal Library 6pm Games/Chess Night, Municipal Library 7pm Concert, Alpine Summit

FRIDAY 9:30-10:30am Aquafit

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1pm Seniors Bus to Jasper shops/apts. 1-3pm Coffee Connection, COS 7pm Bridge Pine Grove

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1pm Seniors Bus to Jasper shops/apts. 1-3pm Coffee Connection, COS 7pm Bridge Pine Grove

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Italic events at Seniors’ lounge, Jasper Activity Centre Gray events at Jasper Library & Cultural Centre Compiled by COS with the Seniors Society. COS is located at 627 Patricia. Open M-F, 9:00 am-4:30 pm. 780-852-2100 OR community@town.jasper.ab.ca.

COMMUNITY CALENDAR

COMMUNITY SERVICES COMMUNITY LISTINGS Lions Club Meets every third Tuesday of the month at the Anglican Church Hall at 7 p.m. Contact 780-852-7273 for more info. Town Council Meetings Meetings on the first and third Tuesday of each month at 1:30 p.m. in the basement of the Jasper Municipal Library.

Thrift Shop Hours The Jasper Thrift Shop is open on Monday and Wednesday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Thursdays from 1 to 3 p.m. Located in the 700 Block on Geikie Street in the United Church basement.

Al-Anon Al-Anon Family Group help friends and families of alcoholics - meetings Friday at 7 p.m. at the hospital in the Cavell room. For more info please call 780-852-4518 or 780-852-4578.

West Yellowhead Constituency Jasper Office Hours: Constituency Staff will be available the first Wednesday of every month from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Jasper Public Library: 400 Geikie Street, Jasper. For more information or to make an appointment please call 1- 800-661-6517.

Royal Canadian Legion 401 Geikie St. Open Tues. to Sat. at 4 p.m. Children welcome until 8 p.m. Free pool, shuffle Board & darts available. 780-852-3740. Food service now available. Check our menu online; www.jasperlegion.ca.

Community Outreach Services Free, confidential, non-judgmental support and referral. Make an appointment or drop in. The coffee is always on. M – F, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 627 Patricia Street. 780-852-2100.

Adult Badminton Every Wednesday night starting from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the High School Gym. Drop in fee is $3.00.

Jasper Alberta Supports Come in: Community Outreach Services (627 Patricia Street, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.) Call: 780-852-6292 Call: 1-877-644-9992 (toll-free/after hours) Click: myalbertasupports.ca Services & Programs: Seniors, Disabilities, Homelessness, Income Support, and more......

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Tennis Club nights Tuesdays at 7 p.m. All are welcome. Skills for Success Do you need help with reading, writing, speaking English or basic computer skills? We can help! Call 780.852.4418 for more information. Program is FREE. Open Mon to Fri from 8 a.m. 4:30 p.m. Closed at lunch.

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L’ACFA régionale de Jasper Follow the activities organized by the ACFA (Association canadiennefrançaise de l’Alberta) on our web and Facebook pages. Join the francophones of Jasper! Suivez les activités organisées par l’ACFA (Association canadiennefrançaise de l’Alberta) sur notre site Internet et notre page Facebook. Joignez-vous à la communauté francophone de Jasper! For more informations/pour plus d’informations : 780-852-7476, www.acfa.ab.ca/jasper www.facebook.com/ACFA Jasper. Habitat for the Arts Engage, explore, experience all things art. What do you want to do? For more info stop by Wednesdays 12 p.m.-8 p.m. 780.883.ARTS (2787) ASK (Advocates for Special Kids) Meetings first Thursday of the month at 7 p.m. at the Community Outreach office. Jasper Food Bank Help is available from the Jasper Food Bank Thurs nights. Drop in at St. Mary and St. George Anglican Church at the corner of Miette and Geikie St. Open from 6 to 6:30pm. 12 Step Meetings Alcoholics Anonymous - meetings Monday and Saturday at 8 p.m. Narcotics Anonymous meetings Thursdays at 8 p.m. All meetings are held at the hospital in the Cavell room. For more information or to talk to someone regarding alcohol, drugs or gambling problems please call 780-852-2909.

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Jasper Theatre Arts Collective Are you interested in theatre arts? Get involved here in Jasper! We meet Tuesday nights 7 p.m. at the Jasper Legion. Follow us on Facebook (Jasper Theatre Arts Collective).

JASPER MUNICIPAL LIBRARY Knitting Circle Wednesdays 10:30 a.m. and Saturdays 1:30 p.m. at the Library. All crafters welcome. FREE.

Jasper Victim Services Confidential advice and referrals for victims of crime and trauma. Information is available about restitution, financial benefits, victim impact statements, court process and counseling services. Located in the RCMP Detachment at 600 Bonhomme St., or call 780852-2275.

Wednesday Nights @ the Library Whether it’s Open Mic, Community Conversations, a writing workshop or book talk, there’s always something going on Wednesdays from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Library. Call 780-852-3652 for this week’s program. FREE.

PAP & STI Screening Free, Confidential and NonJudgemental STI and Pap Testing. Please contact Jasper Community Health Services to make an appointment at 780-852-4759. Jasper Social Dance Community Every Thursday at the Jasper Legion. FUSION dancing from 7-9 p.m! Beginning with basics, then exploring some more advanced techniques. $5 suggested donation. We hope to see you out! Jasper Prenatal Classes Wednesdays 6:30-8:30 p.m., October 3, 10, 17, 24, 31. For more info or to register call Jasper Community Health Services at 780-852-4759. Parent Link Centre 627 Patricia Street– Open playroom, crafts, children’s yoga, infant massage and MORE (all FREE). Like us on Facebook “Parent Link Jasper”or call 780-852-6535.

Pick-up broomball league Every Friday at 7 p.m. at the Pat. Circle Arena. Bring $5 and a helmet. Knee pads are helpful to have but not necessary. Rules and how to play will be explained at the beginning of each session so folks are welcomed to come play regardless of experience or whether they’ve even heard of the game before. New Location for MLA office Satellite Office Hours in Jasper Jasper Public Library, 500 Robson Street. First Wednesday of every month from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.


CAREERS

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This winter, join inexperience of a lifetime with Mike Wiggle Helicopter Skiing in Blue River and at ALBREDA Lodge ALBREDA seasonal opportunities (Jan. to March 2019): Assistant Lodge Manager Front of House Supervisor Blue River permanent full-time opportunities: Maintenance & Project Manager Accounts Payable Clerk Blue River seasonal opportunities (Dec. to April 2019): Food & Beverage Supervisor Assistant Food & Beverage Manager Assistant Housekeeping Supervisor

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FAMILY W/ DOG ISO HOUSING IN JASPER

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RV PARK & CAMPGROUND - Drayton Valley, AB. Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Unreserved Auction, October 24 in Edmonton. 11.3 +/- title acres, 51 sites and 6 cabins, 2000 +/- sq ft shop, stocked fish pond. Jerry Hodge: 780-706-6652; Brokerage: Ritchie Bros. Real Estate Services Ltd.; rbauction.com/ realestate.

UNDEVELOPED LAND - Innisfail, AB. Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Unreserved Auction, October 24 in Edmonton. Commercial real estate, 10.62 +/- Title Acres. Jerry Hodge: 780-706-6652; Brokerage: Ritchie Bros. Real Estate Services Ltd.; rbauction.com/realestate.

FARMLAND - Sundre, AB. Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Unreserved Auction, October 24 in Edmonton. 3.3 Million +/- Tonnes Proven Gravel Reserves, 143.18+/- Title Acres, $5000 Surface Lease Revenue. Jerry Hodge: 780-7066652; Brokerage: Ritchie Bros. Real Estate Services Ltd.; rbauction.com/realestate.

INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY - Winfield, AB. Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Unreserved Auction, October 24 in Edmonton. 2.97 +/- title acres, 3600 +/- sq ft shop & office, Hwy 20 frontage. Jerry Hodge: 780-706-6652; Brokerage: Ritchie Bros. Real Estate Services Ltd.; rbauction.com/ realestate.

UNDEVELOPED LAND Town of Edson, AB. Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Unreserved Auction, October 24 in Edmonton. 151.97 +/- Title Acres, $2788 Surface Lease Revenue . Jerry Hodge: 780-7066652; Brokerage: Ritchie Bros. Real Estate Services Ltd.; rbauction.com/realestate.

STRIP MALL - Slave Lake, AB. Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Unreserved Auction, October 24 in Edmonton. 0.36 +/- title acres, 8800 +/- sq ft (8) unit multi-tenant commercial strip mall. Jerry Hodge: 780-7066652; Brokerage: Ritchie Bros. Real Estate Services Ltd.; rbauction.com/realestate.

INDUSTRIAL REAL ESTATE - Whitecourt, AB. Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Unreserved Auction, October 24 in Edmonton. 73.1+/- Title Acres, Hwy 43 Frontage, $2228 Power Line Revenue. Jerry Hodge: 780706-6652; Brokerage: Ritchie Bros. Real Estate Services Ltd.; rbauction.com/realestate.

NEWBROOK RV PARK Newbrook, AB. Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Unreserved Auction, October 24 in Edmonton. 8.66 +/- Title Acres, 40 Year Round RV Site Campground. Jerry Hodge: 780706-6652; Brokerage: Ritchie Bros. Real Estate Services Ltd.; rbauction.com/realestate.

MODULAR HOME - Millet, AB. Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Unreserved Auction, October 24 in Edmonton. 1216 +/- sq ft 2012 Forest River Housing Inc modular home, 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom. Jerry Hodge: 780706-6652; rbauction.com.

INDUSTRIAL REAL ESTATE - Lloydminster, AB. Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Unreserved Auction, October 24 in Edmonton. 4.74 +/- title acres w/ 11,000 +/- sq ft shop, 3.11 +/title acres. Jerry Hodge: 780706-6652; Brokerage: Ritchie Bros. Real Estate Services Ltd.; rbauction.com/realestate.

3 PARCELS OF REAL ESTATE - Whitecourt, AB. MODULAR HOME - Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers FARMLAND - Strathmore, Keephills, AB. Ritchie Bros. Unreserved Auction, Octo- AB. Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers ber 24 in Edmonton. 160 +/Auctioneers Unreserved Week 9/10/18 9/16/18 Title of Acres Land, 5.49-+/and Unreserved Auction, October Auction, October 24 in Ed- 5.26 +/- Title Acres Residen- 24 in Edmonton. 136.39 +/monton. 1416 +/- sq ft 2008 tial Acreages . Jerry Hodge: title acres, $5300 surface lease Winalta modular home, 3 780-706-6652; Brokerage: revenue. Jerry Hodge: 780bedroom, 2 bathroom. Jerry Ritchie Bros. Real Estate Ser- 706-6652; Brokerage: Ritchie Hodge: 780-706-6652; vices Ltd.; rbauction.com/re- Bros. Real Estate Services Ltd.; rbauction.com. alestate. rbauction.com/realestate.

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FARMLAND - Clyde, AB. Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Unreserved Auction, October 24 in Edmonton. 71.27 +/- title acres, 68 +/- ac cult, Hwy 2 frontage. Jerry Hodge: 780-706-6652; Brokerage: Ritchie Bros. Real Estate Services Ltd.; rbauction.com/ realestate. MEIER UNRESERVED AUCTION selling over 250 Firearms-Ammunition-Reloading equipment-BayonetsTaxidermy equipment-Antique tools. Saturday, October 13, 11AM; 20241 TWP Road 500, County of Camrose. Visit www.meierauction.com. FALL EQUIPMENT CONSIGNMENT Sat. Oct 20 @ 9am. MAS Sales Centre, Blackfalds. Selling Farm Machinery, Skid Steer Attachments, Genie Lift, Vehicles, Trailers, RV’s, ATV’s, Motorcycles, Boat, Lumber, Livestock Equipment, Storage Units, Lawn & Garden, Tools & Misc. www.montgomeryauctions.com 1-800-371-6963. COUNTRY RESIDENTIAL ACREAGES - Cremona, AB. Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Unreserved Auction, October 24 in Edmonton. Mountain Views, 2.03, 2.12 and 2.02 +/- Title Acres. Jerry Hodge: 780-706-6652; Brokerage: Ritchie Bros. Real Estate Services Ltd.; rbauction.com/ realestate. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES TROUBLE WALKING? Hip or knee replacement, or conditions causing restrictions in daily activities? $2,500 tax credit. $40,000 refund cheque/rebates. Disability Tax Credit. 1-844-453-5372. EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

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FARMLAND - Thorhild, AB. Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Unreserved Auction, October 24 in Edmonton. 149.61 +/title acres, 75 +/- ac cult. Jerry Hodge: 780-706-6652; Brokerage: Ritchie Bros. Real Estate Services Ltd.; rbauction.com/realestate.

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FILM CLUB

Movie of the Month THE CHILDREN ACT • CHABA THEATRE • OCTOBER 18, 7 P.M. • $10 ($8 FOR MEMBERS)

THOMPSON “QUIETLY DEVASTATING” IN JASPER FILM CLUB’S SEASON PREMIERE

On October 18 The Jasper Film Club presents The Children Act, a “subtle, multifaceted and genuinely moving” drama starring Emma Thompson. Thompson plays a high court judge who must decide if she should order a life-saving blood transfusion for a teen with cancer, despite his family’s refusal to accept medical treatment for religious reasons. Fiona Maye (Thompson) presides with wisdom and compassion over ethically complex cases of family law, but she has paid a heavy personal price for her workload, and her marriage to American professor Jack (Stanley Tucci) is at a breaking point. It is when she is in this moment of personal crisis that Fiona is asked to rule on the case of Adam (a star-in-themaking in Fionn Whitehead), a brilliant boy who is refusing the blood transfusion that will save his life. Adam is three months from his eighteenth birthday and still legally a child. Should Fiona force him to live? Fiona visits Adam in the hospital and their meeting has a profound emotional impact on them both, stirring strong new emotions in the boy and long-buried feelings in her. Critics call it urbane, understated, handsomely realized and impeccably interpreted by a cast of superb actors. Thompson’s performance is being praised as “quietly devastating.”

Film critic David Lewis writes “Thompson and Whitehead shine, and director Richard Eyre has crafted a highly textured, respectable film about grown-up issues.”

The Children Act plays Oct. 18 at 7 p.m. at The Chaba Theatre, 604 Connaught Drive. The cost is $10 or $8 for members. Memberships will be available at the door.

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