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December 1, 2006
- The December Issue of The Advisor is now out with part 3 on
the decline of civility in our society. Shocking news about how
a secretive, and some would say fraudulent, monetary system encourages
this. Call Dan at 706-6151 if you would like to learn more. Click
on cover at left to read online or to print a copy off.
November 1, 2006
- The November Issue of The Advisor is now out with part 2 on
Vandalism and systems-thinking, new contributor Gynne Dyer, local
events and more. Click on cover at left to read online or to print
a copy off.
October 10, 2006 - The
Whitecourt Agricultural Society is selling raffle tickets on a
2007 Chevy 4x4. The proceeds are going toward the construction
of their indoor riding arena to be built at the Whitecourt Agricultural
grounds, HW 32 south. Tickets are 3 for $20.00 or 1 for $10.00,
they are available at SMYL, RPM Power, Trim-Line, Dynamic Esso,
Glenn's Service and Repair, Whitecourt Star, Whitecourt Vet Clinic,
and Hilltop Vet Clinic. The draw date is November 18, 2007.
October 1, 2006 - October Issue of the Advisor is now
out. Click on cover at left or tab up top to read. Feature story
covers both systems-thinking, as it relates to vandalism. Part
1 of the piece starts on page 2.
September 6, 2006
- International Learners' Week begins on September 8 and runs
until the 14th. On Friday Sept 8 the world will celebrate International
Learners' Day. The Write Soon Literacy Society has accepted a
challenge from the Fox Creek Literacy Society for Reading Challenge
If you read a book, magazine, email, websites, newspaper or all
of them to yourself or anyone else for at least 5 minutes:
WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU!!
Who will become Alberta's MOST READ COMMUNITY?
This challenge is open to everyone of all ages: students, parents,
children, adults, office staff etc. Phone (780) 778-5510, fax
(780) 778-5475 or email email@example.com your total reading time
before noon September 11, 2006.
Last year Fox Creek finished 3rd with 11,953 min & Slave Lake
finished 1st with 38,636 min. This is the first time our community
will participate in this type of challenge-let's make sure we
become #1 on our first try!!
Write Soon Literacy Society
September 1, 2006
- September Issue of the Advisor is now out. Click on cover at
left or tab up top to read. More of the same mixture of good mainstream
news and important alternative news that the mainstream media
August 7, 2006
- Just a reminder that the vote on the multi-use location is one
week from now, on August 14. Advance polls are August 10. The
Community Centre is the voting location.
August 1, 2006
- August Issue of the Advisor is now out. Click on cover at left
or tab up to top read the magazine that covers important matters
that the mainstream media doesn't.
July 1, 2006-
July issue of the Advisor is now out. Much more on hidden history
and how our money system works behind the scenes.
June 1, 2006
- June issue of the Advisor is now out. More on the multi-use,
hidden history and town events. Click on cover at left or tab
up top to read.
May 1, 2006
- May issue of the Advisor is now out. Click on cover at left
or tab up top to read.
April 1, 2006
- April issue of the Advisor is now out. Click on cover at left
or tab up top to read.
March 1, 2006
- March issue of the Advisor is now out. Click on cover at left
or tab up top to read.
February 13, 2006
- At the February 13 Regular Meeting, Whitecourt Town Council
was presented with information regarding the environmental testing
and abatement program recently
completed at the Whitecourt Twin Arenas and RCMP Century Swimming
Mr. Hall, a representative from R.H. Services Inc. that conducted
the environmental testing, stated that the arena is absolutely
safe for public use. He reported that it is typical for
public and industrial buildings to undergo hazardous material
testing, and that the test results from the arena and pool were
consistent and ordinary compared to similar buildings. Council
accepted Mr. Halls report as information.
Town Council received a proposal from Mr. George Cuff, and has
contracted his services to perform a Corporate Review. George
Cuff provides consulting services in the areas of council governance,
organization reviews, and staff and elected official training.
The Development Services Committee has produced a number of brochures
detailing information on various development issues. The brochures,
which provide information on topics such as residential driveway
development, site coverage, certificates of conformance and several
others, are available at the Town Administration Office, and can
be found on the Towns website and at various locations throughout
the community in the near future.
February 9, 2006
- Woodlands County Council and Whitecourt Town Council held a
Special Meeting on February 9 to hear information regarding the
Whitecourt Leisure Campus. Representatives from Barr Ryder Architects
and Planners and Stuart Olsen Construction discussed and explained
recent increases in cost calculations for the
approved project. It was reported that a number of factors, including
inflation, detailed design engineering and Albertas economic
state, have contributed to the increase in cost for the project.
In addition, recent findings from a detailed review of the pool
showed potential cost increases to mechanical and electrical systems.
The significant change in the cost for the Whitecourt
Leisure Campus has necessitated a review of project options. Stuart
Olsen Construction, the construction manager for the project,
has been directed by both Councils to compile detailed cost figures
for various options. Barr Ryder Architects and Planners will be
conceptual plans to correspond to the various options presented
by Stuart Olsen.
The updated costs and plans are expected to be available
for Woodlands County and Town Councils review next week.
Woodlands County and the Town of Whitecourt will be reviewing
all information and deciding the direction of the project as soon
as possible in order to keep costs to the community from rising
further. The Town of Whitecourt will continue to keep the community
informed on the progress and direction of the project.
February 1, 2006
- The February issue of the Advisor is now online. Click on issue
at left to read. Please be patient, as it is a large file.
- At the January 9 Regular Meeting, Whitecourt Town Council allocated
$6,127 to the Boys & Girls Club of Whitecourt & District.
The Boys and Girls Club opened a drop in centre for youth ages
12 to 17 in June of 2005. The funds will be used by the Club to
further establish itself within the community and to enhance the
programming offered to members. If you have any questions about
the Boys and Girls Club, please contact Irene Scott, President
of the Boys and Girls Club of Whitecourt & District Board,
at (780) 648-2127. See town website at right for more.
- Welcome to the new year. The January Advisor is now online.
Click on issue at left to read. Please be patient, as it is a
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