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Vandalism:


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care for seriously An alarming enjoyable for Beyond the Blue
by GEORGE VANDERBURG
ill relative A new choice... amount of From the everyone. by Royboy by GEORGE VANDERBURG
MLA Whitecourt-Ste. Anne
MLA Whitecourt-Ste. Anne
vandalism has Publisher’s Desk A lot of hard work
been occurring Dana McArthur and expense goes into
around Edson and creating and
Letter to the Editor Yellowhead County in the past few maintaining trails, parks, museums,
months. bike tracks, parks, and other My
Edson's Community Gardens have enhancements that create more
recently been hit by vandals with recreational opportunities —and help ViewPoint
There is also fears, according signs destroyed and written over, build a stronger sense of community. by Adrienne Tait
to the Wildrose, that the NDP
Building Canada Plan vegetables torn out, and destruction This cannot be accomplished if every
of property.
positive effort is met by destructive
may be pulling funding for
Recently, the trails in the Pine
self-managed care. Self- Grove area, as well as trails around vandalism.
Not only is vandalism (including
managed care allows 10 Avenue, were targeted by graffiti) time consuming and expensive
th
Tip greater flexibility in graffiti. to repair, it is disheartening and Views & News West Yellowhead MLA Robin Campbell
meeting individual
discouraging for those who work so
The Tipple Park Museum in
of needs and certainly Evansburg was the victim of hard implementing these by Deanna Mitchener
was of benefit in my
improvements for the community to
vandalism, not once but twice
the Hat mother’s care. within a month, with locks broken, enjoy and take pride in.
tools stolen, and other senseless
As community members, everyone
destruction. has the responsibility to help keep a Letter to the Editor Policy
And just recently, the new lookout for this kind of criminal
Yellowhead County signs of Sasky behavior. If you know of or see this The Weekly Anchor welcomes letters to the editor.
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Riding Update: Robin Campbell, MLA
Second Stage of Consultations on Independent seniors’ advocate needed Hello again… West Yellowhead



Federal Financial Sector Framework to fix long-term care: Eggen by Carlo Klemm

OP/ED The Weekly Anchor
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Member of the Keeping In Toucheeping In Touch
Edson & District Chamber &
Jim Eglinski, Member of Parliament for as the trends and emerging issues that are Evansburg/Entwistle Chamber
by GEORGE VANDERBURG
Yellowhead, is pleased to inform residents that Jim Eglinski reshaping the sector. From the by GEORGE VANDERBURG
MLA Whitecourt-Ste. Anne
MLA Whitecourt-Ste. Anne
Fall statement shows federal gov’t borrowing additional $32 billion the Department of Finance has launched the invited to review the consultation paper and Publisher’s Desk
Interested individuals or organizations are
Dana McArthur
second stage of consultations on proposed
changes to the federal financial sector MP Yellowhead make submissions to the Department of Finance
legislative and regulatory framework. Last August, the Department released the first by September 29, 2017. The paper, as well as
The Department is seeking views on potential consultation paper on the proposed changes, information on submissions, can be found on
policy measures that aim to safeguard the which laid out the landscape of Canada’s the Department’s website at:
Riding Update: financial sector, to keep it competitive and financial sector and identified key trends that http://www.fin.gc.ca/activty/consult/pssge-
innovative, and to modernize its legislative may influence it moving forward. The second psefc-eng.asp.
framework. “I have already heard from consultation paper, released last week, takes “I encourage everyone who will be impacted
constituents with concerns about the impact that into account the comments and by the changes to participate in the consultation
some of the proposed changes could have on recommendations received from stakeholders to ensure their concerns are made known to the
their small businesses,” stated MP Eglinski. through the first stage of consultations, as well Department,” concluded MP Eglinski. Rob Conservative
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