Airdrie : Sharon Pollyck CLGM : City Clerk : Regular : Brooks : Amy Rommens CLGM : Manager, Administration : Regular : Brooks : Alan Martens CLGM : CAO : Regular.

Farm and ranch workplace legislation. workplace legislation and regulation changes for waged, non-family farm workers.

The dragster then was displayed at the Edmonton World of Wheels event in March, where on Friesen’s behalf, Capp handed the car over to Wetaskiwin-Camrose MLA Bruce Hinkley, representing the Government.

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Farm Families Honoured in Camrose – Gladys Mowat’s family is one of 15 to be honoured in Camrose this week with Century Farm and.

January 8, 2018 Wetaskiwin City Council Meeting UpdateFrom rural Alberta to Dubai camel dairy: Wetaskiwin company heads east – Giant, red bins trundling out of a Wetaskiwin manufacturing plant are forming an unlikely. and he has found himself increasingly working with government over the last few years to explore internati.

Terry Pearson, the superintendent of Wetaskiwin Regional Public Schools, says the next step will be to work with stakeholders to come up with solutions for the future. That may include lobbying the go.

Past award reciepts 2017 award of Excellence Recipient Rick Binnendyk, CLGM, CAO, Town of Penhold "Receiving the 2017 Award of.

A non-profit organization, The Bethany Group began in 1922 as a response to find a home for the elderly in Bawlf. After relocating to Camrose in 1949, The Bethany Group was pleased to return to its roots in Bawlf in 2012 when it.