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Remembrance Day Ceremony
Two RCMP officers laying a wreath at the Cenotaph. Photos Elaina John
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A short Remembrance Day Ceremony was held at the Cenotaph in the morning on November 11. Carried out by the Legion Members, the sociallydistanced ceremony was limited to 30 minutes at the Cenotaph with a
brief wreath-laying in representation of the Government of Canada, the Government of Alberta, The County of Vermilion River, The Town of Vermilion, and the Royal Canadian Legion. To ensure social distancing measures were met at the ceremony, those who bought wreaths from the Legion were
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Mayor’s address, reminding attendees to reflect and be grateful for the sacrifice of Veterans and those serving in the military. A passage was read by a minister and various songs were sung at the Cenotaph, and the ceremony included a two-minute moment of silence.
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This year, local horticulturalist Jared Fehr decided to further embrace his hobby as a candle-maker. Fehr has been making Alberta-sourced beeswax candles out of unique pieces of wood for about 10 years. At first, it was a casual hobby, and he would make candles as gifts for family and friends. The idea came from a red elderberry tree Fehr once had to prune for a client. Fehr noticed that the tree had a unique knot. “I wanted to find a way to recreate that,” Fehr recalled. Fehr started casually selling candles last January at trade shows, conferences, and the like. He was looking forward to selling his candles at the Make-It Trade Show this spring, however due to COVID-19, the show was cancelled, leaving Fehr disappointed at the lost opportunity.
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Despite this setback, it inspired Fehr to pursue candle-making more. He set up a website this fall and has had much success selling his creations since. To Fehr, Tree Climber Candles is not about simply making candles. Fehr hopes that through his candles, customers will develop a deeper appreciation and respect for nature. The pieces of wood Fehr moulds his candles out of often have a rich and unique history behind them. “The mission of this project is to bring people closer to nature,” Fehr explains. For sale on his website, Fehr has a candle called the Alzheimer’s candle, which was made out of a tree Fehr needed to remove for a client. The client seemed particularly upset about losing this tree. Fehr later learned that the client’s mother, who was dying of Alzheimer’s, liked to sit in the shade of the tree, and that the client associated the tree with her mother. After learning this, Fehr decided to make a candle out of a portion of the tree, and gave it to his client last Christmas. The client was very grateful for the candle and began crying. Her mother had passed away the month before, and the candle was a preservation of the memory of her mother. “That was when I found the deeper meaning behind these candles,” Fehr said. Fehr also has a Basking’s Ridge Candle set available for pre-order on his website. The Basking’s Ridge Candles are made out of pieces of wood from a 619 year old white oak tree, which was believed to be the oldest white oak tree in the world. The tree was situated in the centre of a Presbyterian cemetery in New Jersey, and was said to be a place George Washington met with various revolutionary war generals. Unfortunately, the tree had to be removed in 2017. “It was a devastating loss to the community,” Fehr commented. Later, Fehr contacted the arborist that removed the tree and purchased some pieces of the tree to make moulds out
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Dear Editor We would like to share a letter of appre c iation to the Vermilion Fire Department. This past Friday, we were preparing out dinner and had neglected to turn on the exhaust fan for the stove. While mixing some recipe ingredients, the steam produced set off the smoke detector. Through a series of miscommunications with our home security provider, and unbeknownst to us, the false alarm was apparently not identified as such. While still on the phone with the security provider, we were surprised by the sudden appearance of the Vermilion Fire Department in our driveway! We live a short distance out of Vermilion, but were extremely impressed by the very quick response
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time of the firefighters who showed up. Needless to say, we were also extremely embarrassed by the fact that we had interrupted their Friday evening, and that they had dropped everything they were doing to rush to our assistance. Throughout our apologies, they were very understanding and respectful, handling the situation with the utmost professionalism. . . even joking that they had “wanted to see what was for supper , , , but apparently it’s burnt!” We cannot overstate how impressed we were with the attending members of the Vermilion Fire Department. The residents of Vermilion and surrounding area are very lucky to have you looking out for us all. Please accept our heartfelt thanks. Cindi and Greg Plant
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it is now a rare example of a small-scale portable train depot. Today, the station sits next to an Alberta Wheat Pool grain elevator, showing the unique dynamic between the two buildings that existed for decades in the 20th century. Due to the fact that this station is one of the last of its type in the entire province, it was designated as a Provincial Historic Resource on Sept. 30, 2008. I put out a history magazine that highlights many aspects of Canadian history. It is free and is delivered to your inbox. E-mail me to subscribe at firstname.lastname@example.org Support the column and my history show at www.patreon.com/canadaehx Listen to my podcast Canadian History Ehx on all podcast platforms or at www. canadaehx.ca
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The Clandonald Colony CR 1926-Piques National And International Interests
Elaina John Reporter
The Clandonald Colony brought three distinct cultures together, united primarily in faith, and a shared desire to raise their families in freedom on the land in western Canada. Clandonald’s history has received close academic scrutiny from historians and social scientists alike. “They’ve come from different parts of Canada, England, Scotland, Ireland and beyond to learn more about us—without most of us even knowing of their visits,” according to Clandonald farmer and history enthusiast, Tim Axe. An immigrant, Axe wanted to know more of his new homeland. This, combined with a request on the part of their Pastor to update the history of Clandonald, led Axe and his wife to Google a name on the cemetery gate, “The Scottish Immigrant Aid Society.” They found themselves online in the Chung Library within the University of B.C. browsing “an incredible amount of the Colony’s history, photos of families and farms, correspondence, land agreements, maps, etc.”
Axe noted that he had a similar online experience during a visit to the historical archives of the University of Aberdeen, Scotland. When asked why there is an international interest in the Clandonald Colony, Axe responded. “Their interest in the Colony is principally with the blending of three distinct western cultures (Scotland, Northern Ireland and England). To the delight of researchers, the Colony was created in a methodical, intentional manner and was well documented, including the founder’s critique a quarter of a century later. For most of us, the charm is simply within the story. If this is your preference, you will find yourself drawing from the story an appreciation for the integrity, work ethic and love within the families as keys for true happiness.” Before moving to Canada, Axe had studied about the Catholic Back to the Land Movement, which was a movement that began in Scotland around 1920. After learning more about Clandonald’s history, Axe realized he had immigrated to a Back to the Land Settlement. After sharing this with his wife, he was struck
by another realization—no one who grew up in the Colony was aware of this part of their story. His desire became to help his fellow community members know just how special this portion of their history is. Axe and a small contingent began making plans for capturing a historical profile of the Colony for the benefit of the local community, as well as for visitors requesting information. The members plan to restore a pioneer “StaveLock” home and build a replica o f t h e p i o n e e r ’s small barn. This is to become the “Clandonald Colony Cultural Centre.” “The goal is for all to see, learn and experience what it was like, both the benefits and challenges, for their family members who left their native lands and immigrated to the rolling hills of Alberta’s Lakeland Region.
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Canada’s “Minister Of Everything” Don Mazankowski Passes Away
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On October 28, 2020 Don Mazankowski passed away at the age of 85. He was born in Viking, AB, and moved to Vegreville, AB in 1960 where he opened an automotive dealership with his brother before taking his career path in a different direction. Mazankowski’s passion for politics began after meeting Prime Minister John Diefenbaker during a speaking tour that travelled through Vegreville. He was a voice for Western Alberta farmers, believing that the West had a meaningful role to play and should not be left out. After five short years of living in Vegreville, Mazankowski was asked to consider running in the upcoming election by the local Member of Parliament, which he won. Mazankowski was first elected in 1968 in the riding of Vegreville, AB, and was re-elected seven times until his retirement in 1993, serving a total of 25 years. The first nine
years he served were spent as an opposition member, where he became known as a critic of transportation and policies that limited trade in the West. In 1979 he was Transport Minister in the short-lived Joe Clark government, and immediately started to work on redrafting the National Transportation Act and ease regulatory burdens on business. Mazankowski was also responsible for the Canadian Wheat Board at that time. The Farm Income Protection Act, the North American Free Trade Agreement, and the Western Diversification are also legacies of Mazankowski. He was sometimes referred to as “minister of everything”. Prior to retiring, Mazankowski established the Don Mazankowski Scholarship Foundation in 1985 to help Canadian youth post secondary education before attend post-secondary leavingthe thepublic publiceye. eye. He was rewarded leaving theHetitle Right Honorable, which is wasof rewarded the title of Right Honorusually reserved for those who have been able, which is usually reserved for those Primehave Minister, General, or Chief who beenGovernor Prime Minister, Governor
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Lakeland Optical Grand Opening
Lorna Hamilton Reporter
Owners Ed and Carol Bowman of L akeland O pti c al held their grand opening on November 12. Throughout the event at tendees had the opportunity to converse with the Bowman’s while enjoying coffee and donuts and viewing the numerous styles of eyewear frames they have in stock. Mayor Caroline McAuley attended
the event and presented the new business with a welcome plaque. “Welcome to Vermilion. It is important to give residents choice, and with the opening of this new business in town it is doing just that, people want choice and this does that,” said Mayor Caroline McAuley. Ed Bowman has many years of experience in the profession. “I started my profession in Midland Ontario in 1967 at a lens processing college,” said Bowman. He moved to Edmonton in 1970, then took a two year course for his Opticians license through O ntario O ptic ians Association. “I worked for Imperial Optical Laborator y learning to build eyewear for the next five years and then decided to branch out on my own working with various Optometrists for the next six
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years,” explained Bowman. The Bowman’s also owned and operated Heritage Optical in Lloydminster for the past 25 years before moving and opening Lakeland Optical here in Vermilion. Their new location offers
a one hour ser vice on most single vision lens and also provides a fast turnaround on bifocals and progressive lens. They will also be carrying prescription sunglasses and safety eyewear.
From left, Mayor Caroline McAuley presenting a welcome plaque to Lakeland Optical owner Ed Bowman. Photo Lorna Hamilton
Innisfree – Minburn 4H
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On November 10 we had our meeting in Minburn. Besides our normal agenda we also had Tawyna Copland a 4H parent, and a local vet of Prairie Rose Vet Services talk to the club about lead toxicity and the negative effects that it can have on cattle. It gave us good knowledge on one of the many reasons why it’s important to dispose of and recycle old batteries, espcially around our farms. A big thank you to Harder’s of Branded Western Wear for the use of their farm
facilities to do our weigh in for our projects on Sunday, November 8. We had good weather this year for the day. Our members have steer, heifer, and cow calf projects this year. Another thank you goes out to all the surrounding communities who helped us in one of the biggest tire and electronic recycling collections yet! Your contributions really helpd us out, and we appreciate that very much. We collected over 2,000 tires this year! Our next meeting will be on December 8, 2020 at 7 p.m. in Innisfree.
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LEONARD JAREMCO April 18, 1951 - November 14, 2013 How sweet the memory still. But death has left a loneliness, The world can never fill. He bid no one a last farewell, He said goodbye to none. His hand we could only hold, Until his time was done. The heavenly gates were opened wide. A loving voice said “COME” “Forever in our hearts,” Anita Sons: Jeremy & Jeffrey
Opens for bidding November 26, 2020 at 8:00 am Closing Thursday, December 3, 2020 at 3:00 pm
For Ducks Unlimited Canada Section 22- 49- 8-W4 NE 1/4 16-49-8-W4
Hagrid is the Big Love Bug that needs snuggles a few times a day, Dumbledore too enjoys his snuggles and running at full force with his siblings and Bellatrix is a bit better at being independent AND at being a little more mischievous. But at the end of the day, they just want to snuggle with you and lounge around in a home that loves them.
5 quarters of PRIME pasture land. Land will be sold as 2 Parcels So much a 1/4 section times 4 on Section 22 and times 1 on NE 1/4 16 Approx. 15 Minutes SW of Vermilion.
If you think you have space in your heart for one (or two) of these sweethearts, then be sure to book your appointment at the Lloyd SPCA to meet these little cuties today.
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November 17, 2020 | The Vermilion Voice
St. Jeromeâ€™s School News
Anna Svenungard Submitted
On Friday, November 6 at 10:45 a.m., St. Jeromeâ€™s held a virtual Remembrance Day ceremony to pay our respects and acknowledge our gratitude to those who have served our country and allowed us the freedoms that we have today. Our school was a sea of red, as Spartans wore the colour red and a poppy to commemorate this special occasion. The tone was a somber one, as our Mistress and Master of Ceremonies, Anna Willis and Clay Corbiere, led us through the ceremony. Mr. Lewin combined video clips of St. Jeromeâ€™s class presentations, prayers, and digital war footage to honour the veterans and soldiers. Ms. Svenun-
gardâ€™s Grade 1 class, wearing masks, proudly led everyone in singing â€œOh Canada.â€? Our principal, Mr. Allan Chase, led our opening prayer to remember those that sacrificed for our freedoms, who fought and died or who returned forever changed. We prayed and gave thanks to God for the bravery of all who answered the call, in many different ways, to serve God and neighbour in times of conflict. Spartans had the opportunity to watch a powerful Remembrance Day video, created by Jonathan Wagner, detailing Canadian Soldiers peace keeping efforts throughout history. The Grade 5 class was honoured to recite Canadian war doctor John McCraeâ€™s famous poem â€œIn Flanders Fieldsâ€? and Mrs. Despins Grade 4 class sang â€œGod save the Queen.â€? Class repre-
sentatives from Grades 12-Kindergarten came forward, following the ceremony, to place wreaths in a display of Remembrance on our stage. Overall, it was a very touching ceremony to honour our veterans and troops. Our student Faith in Action Team, along with Miss Kari, is organizing â€œOperation Christmas Childâ€? through the Good Samaritan. Donations are due into classrooms by Wednesday, November 18. Up and Coming Important Events: Parent Teacher Interviews will be held virtually, for all students, on November 17 and 18. Picture re-takes will be held at 1 p.m. on November 18.
Cadrain Local Egg Business
Jerianne Bardoel Reporter
For the past three years, Gavin (13), Ava (11), and Karsen (8) Cadrain have been running a local business selling eggs. While their favourite part of the business is spending time with the hens, they also recognize that the business gives
them confidence, independence, and people skills. Running a business at a young age comes with a lot of responsibility for the young business owners; they collect eggs twice a day and then hand wash the eggs, date them, and properly store them until delivery day comes. They then contact their customers and set up a drop off appointment. On top of all that they feed and take care of 60 plus chickens daily!
Remembrance Day wreath display. Each class sent representatives to lay a wreath to remember those who fought for God, King, and Country. Photo submitted
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Vermilion & District Housing Foundation currently has vacancies available in our Independent Living Suites at
ION SALE LOCAT M @ THE FAR
BRED HEIFER SALE
Monday, December 7, 2:00pm
LUNCH @ NOON
Vermilion Valley Lodge.
Each suite contains spacious rooms with plenty of storage, full bathroom with safety bars and a large window. Couples suites are currently waitlisted. Monthly rent includes, suite rental, utilities, cable, wifi, weekly housekeeping, full-service dining and daily access to a wide variety of fun and engaging activities and events. Dine in style with none of the stress or hassle of having to cook, grocery shop or clean with three dietician approved meals a day. Snacks and beverages available 24 hours a day.
Rental subsidy available for those who qualify. If you or your loved one would like to set up a tour and information session, please contact Tabitha Dykstra, Resident Care Manager at 780-853-5706 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Derek Westman & Family
14 miles south of Vermilion on highway 41 Watch for signs
ď‚Ť 300+ Calving February 1st ď‚Ť 100+ Calving March 22nd - May 8th Videos of heifers available on www.cattlevids.ca Online sale day bidding - DLMS
For More Info Call Derek 780-853-1141 OFF SITE BIDDING - Contact Jim Pulyk 780-787-0646 Or Bryon Wolters 780-581-8396
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