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Jim Eglinski running for vacated MP seat Edson Animal


35 years. Jim also has municipal election but Rescue Society (EARS)
experience in municipal withdrew from the race.
politics having served as “There were a number of Needs Feline Foster homes
first a council member and young people running in as well as Canine Foster homes
then Mayor of Fort St. my district, I thought it
John. was important for young
Since returning to Alberta people to learn about the EARS supplies the food, vet care and
a n d c h o o s i n g t h e political process and
Yellowhead region as his municipal government is anything else the pet may need.
home Jim has taken an the best place to learn,” said
active interest in a number Eglinski.
of service clubs and Encouraging young For more information call 780-712-6788.
organizations such as the people to become engaged Visit our website at edsonanimalrescue.com
Rotary and Lions Clubs in the political process is
where he believes he has something Jim said he or visit our Facebook Page.
demonstrated his “natural hopes he can promote if
leadership abilities.” elected to the Conservative
Eglinski has also sat on seat.
several federal and His choice to run for
provincial working groups Member of Parliament
and participated in a trade stems from his love of
Jim Eglinski mission to China to public service. “I have
promote trade with Western always been very interested
by Adrienne Tait vacated by Yellowhead C a n a d a a n d t h e in public service. I would
Member of Parliament Rob Yellowhead Transportation be honored to serve and
Yellowhead County Merrifield. Corridor. represent the residents of
resident Jim Eglinski has Eglinski was born and Jim had declared his the Yellowhead riding and Sponsored by:
put his name forward as a raised in Alberta and was a intention to run for County would be excited and CRYSTAL CLEAR ELECTRONICS
candidate to fill the seat member of the RCMP for councillor in the last honored to work with
Prime Minster Harper and Satellite TV sales, installs, service
RCMP UPDATE the Conservative party in John’s cell 780-723-0147
Ottawa.” Mon to Fri 8 am to 7 pm
Police asking residents to vigilant with vehicles

by Adrienne Tait were also 10 reports of harassment cases, two
Edson RCMP had 118 suspicious persons or animal calls, two failure to
calls for service during the vehicles. comply with condition
week of September 29 to Edson RCMP members investigations, and two Unplugged – Children learn best when playing in the environment
October 5. opened investigations into child welfare cases. around them. Join in the fun whenever you can - when you
Sgt Jack Poitras is asking 10 traffic collisions, seven Police also investigated
residents to be vigilant assaults, two drug related three violations involving connect with your kids they learn form you.
when it comes to vehicles. charges, one impaired the Mental Health Act, two Edson and Area coalition to increase knowledge & importance of the
“Please remember to lock operation of a motor M u n i c i p a l B y l a w first 5 years of life. “Our Children's Potential is in Our Hands.”
your vehicles and remove vehicle, four causing a violation, and two lost or
any valuable items. Should disturbance calls, and eight found property. There was Children learn best when playing in the environment around them!
you see subjects checking mischief or damage calls in one incident each involving
car doors and trying to open the past week. a Fire Prevention Act Thanksgiving crafts
them, please call us and we Investigations were also violation, request to locate Enjoy time with children, make some festive crafts such as a table center piece, a head
will attend,” said Poitras. conducted into seven a missing person, failure to band, color a picture or talk about some of
Theft complaints and alarms or calls to false stop or remain collision, your fondest childhood memories. Make family
traffic complaints were alarms and seven calls for fraud, noise complaint, traditions together, let them help with some
once again the top two most a s s i s t a n c e . R C M P uninsured or unregistered of the meal planning or preparation, helping to
responded to calls with 19 received three false or vehicle, and recovery of
traffic complaints and 18 abandoned 911 calls, two stolen property. set the table, maybe they could say grace. Let
theft complaints. There harassment or criminal them be involved and feel important when
ever possible.

This is your community coalition, visit us on
our face book page “Early Childhood Matters”.

















The McLeod River Primary Care Network

IS MOVING!



The office will be closed from

September 30 to October 2 for the move.



For urgent matters, we can still be reached

at 780-723-2131.



We will reopen October 3 at 8:30 a.m.

in our new location at:

#1, 5023 3 Avenue
Within the Friendship Centre

(formerly Edson Chiropractic)


Website: www.mrpcn.ca
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