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Interesting times...

Keeping eeping
Remembering heroes K
In T
Unpaid leave to In Touchouch
care for seriously Provincial suggesting Beyond the Blue
ill relative A new choice... politics in Alberta From the Fildebrandt by Royboy by GEORGE VANDERBURG
MLA Whitecourt-Ste. Anne
MLA Whitecourt-Ste. Anne
has been heating Publisher’s Desk claimed meal
up as parties and Dana McArthur expenses, as well
candidates begin as a MLA per-
Letter to the Editor to position themselves for the next diem, for the same meal multiple
election taking place on (or before) times. Fildebrandt released a My
May 31, 2019. statement admitting there were
The Wild Rose and PC Party are some "administrative errors". ViewPoint
There is also fears, according gone... and the United More reports came in that by Adrienne Tait
to the Wildrose, that the NDP
Building Canada Plan Conservative Party (UCP) is now Edmonton police conducted an
may be pulling funding for the Official Opposition. And if the investigation in 2016 and charged
self-managed care. Self- recent polls are to be believed, the Fildebrandt under the provincial
managed care allows UCP would easily form the next traffic act with leaving the scene of
Tip greater flexibility in Provincial Government if an an accident and failing to notify Views & News West Yellowhead MLA Robin Campbell
election was called today.
the owner of the damaged vehicle.
meeting individual
But this is politics Alberta style
The embattled Fildebrandt
of needs and certainly —and things can heat up quickly. subsequently issued a statement by Deanna Mitchener
was of benefit in my
the Hat mother’s care. Over the course of just a few that he was leaving the UCP to sit
weeks Strathmore-Brooks MLA
as an Independent.
Derek Fildebrandt went from being In just a few short months
a potential leadership hopeful to provincial politics has intensified Letter to the Editor Policy
stepping down from the United with some passionate campaigning The Weekly Anchor welcomes letters to the editor.
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2016 List for Livestock Tax Independent seniors’ advocate needed Hello again… West Yellowhead
Riding Update: Robin Campbell, MLA

Deferral Provision Released to fix long-term care: Eggen by Carlo Klemm
OP/ED The Weekly Anchor
Member of the
Edson & District Chamber &
Jim Eglinski, Member of Parliament for deferral when filing their 2016 income tax Evansburg/Entwistle Chamber Keeping In Toucheeping In Touch
Yellowhead, is pleased to inform local Jim Eglinski returns, or if they have already filed, submit From the by GEORGE VANDERBURG
MLA Whitecourt-Ste. Anne
MLA Whitecourt-Ste. Anne
Fall statement shows federal gov’t borrowing additional $32 billion farmers that the final list of designated an adjustment request directly to the Canada Publisher’s Desk
regions for 2016 under the Livestock Tax MP Yellowhead Revenue Agency. Dana McArthur
Deferral Provision has been released from A complete list of the designated regions
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada. producers in the designated drought regions can be found at .
“Our area – Parkland County in 2015, for who are facing feed shortages, to defer a “Both past and present members of our
Riding Update: example – has experienced local agricultural portion of their sale proceeds of breeding Conservative Caucus are farmers and
disasters in recent years. I have seen the livestock to the next year. The cost of agricultural producers from all parts of
results of drought brought on by weather replacing the animals in the next year offsets Canada. We understand the importance of
conditions and the financial toll it can take the deferred income, thereby reducing the farmers and the necessity of tax relief
on our farmers,” stated MP Eglinski. tax burden associated with the original sale. programs, such as this, to protect them when Rob
The livestock tax deferral provision allows Eligible producers can request the tax droughts hit,” concluded MP Eglinski. Conservative

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