Kneehill County Council and Committees

Kneehill County Council

Council (l-r): Councillor Debbie Penner, Councillor Wade Christie, Councillor Carrie Fobes, Reeve Jerry Wittstock, CAO Mike Haugen, Councillor Faye McGhee, Deputy Reeve Kenneth King, Councillor Laura Lee Machell-Cunningham.

Reeve Jerry Wittstock,

Division 3:

• Committee of the Whole

• Kneehill Emergency Management Advisory Committee

• Aqua 7 Water Services Commission

• Central Rural Municipalities of Alberta Executive (District 2)

• Doctor Recrui

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It’s official, the 44th Parliament has begun

It’s official, the 44th Parliament has begun finally. 64 days after the election, the Speech from the Throne was delivered by our Governor General on behalf of the government. This was the first time the Throne Speech was read in three languages: English, French, and Inuk. A great reminder of the many cultures and traditions we have in Canada and may we continue recognizing the importance of our First Nations people. However, the Liberal message in the speech was deemed largely uninterest

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Trochu Council discusses Canada Day Street Fair

Trochu Town Council held a Regular Meeting of Council on November 22, 2021. All Councilors were present, and were joined by CAO Carl Peterson and Recording Secretary Toni Nelson. The meeting was called to order at 6:40pm, later than their planned start time of 6:00pm, as there was a previous meeting with Palliser Municipal Services regional representatives which was necessarily lengthened.

Council passed the meeting’s agenda, previous meeting minutes, and their housekeeping document.


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Kneehill County Council Report

Kneehill County held a regular meeting of council on Tuesday Nov. 9, 2021, which was called to order by Reeve Jerry Wittstock.

The first item on the Kneehill Council’s agenda was delegation, Nonfiction Studios, presented by Jacqueline Buchanan, EDO.

Notification Studios provided Kneehill County with a virtual review on the Explore Kneehill tourism campaign.

The goals of the campaign were to grow awareness of the Kneehill Region as a tourism destination for “local” visitors, to

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