Standing Up for Canada's Veterans: As your Member of Parliament, this week I have my offices working to prepare for the coming Remembrance Day ceremonies around our riding. I am sorting through the Government of Canada Wreaths that will be laid at the numerous Cenotaphs and Monuments in our local communities and writing the messages I will deliver. Over the years I have always tried to attend as many functions as possible during Veterans' Week.
I have been reviewing the details of the Government

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Pete McRae who has been looking after Operations for the County (since the departure of Rob Mayhew), reported at Council's Oct. 14 meeting that the Selkirk Water Service Area (WSA) has experienced delays due to weather. "The contractor has been rained out for a total of 19 days to date." He advised that Chinook Pipelines and Spider Plow were shut down for Thanksgiving but weather permitting, Spider Plow should complete its work by the end of October. There were currently three to four drill unit

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Most municipalities held their first organizational Council meeting for the new term on Monday, October 25, 2010. Carbon is the exception, as there was no election, and their meeting was held earlier.
From a fresh Council, the Village of Acme appointed Mayor Bruce Mcleod, followed by Deputy Mayor Fred Theaker.
Incumbent Valorie Reed will be Mayor of the Village of Carbon. Shirley D. Buyer will now be the Deputy Mayor.
Carol Calhoun will continue for a second term as the Reeve for Kneehill County

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Single Motor Vehicle crash claims life

 

The Drumheller RCMP and the Calgary Medical Examiner's office are investigating a fatal single motor vehicle crash that occurred at approximately 2:00 pm on Saturday, October 23, 2010.
Eric Johnson Stewart, 19, formerly of Murray Harbor, P.E.I., was the lone male driver of a westbound pickup truck. His truck went off the road, into the south ditch, flipping and rolling several times, before coming to rest on it's roof. Witnesses report observing a pickup truck traveling at a high rate of spee

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