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Friday, October 30, 2015

Holy Spirit Catholic School Board holds annual organization meeting


press release

The Holy Spirit Catholic School Division’s Board of Trustees is pleased to announce that, at its October 28, 2015 Organizational Meeting, Mr. Bryan Kranzler was elected Board Chair and Ms. Pat Bremner was elected Vice Chair for the 2015/2016 school year.

The Board is also very pleased to announce that the following individuals have agreed to serve on the division’s committees:

Novice Chinooks begin season with a win on the road

Novice Chinooks Daxz Vance and Walker Anderson



Please note:  Saturday October 31 game time is 9-11, not 11 am as previously reported.

Pincher Creek's Novice Chinooks began their season with an away 9-5 seeding round win against the Foremost Flyers last weekend.  Walker Anderson and Daxz Vance scored four goals apiece for the Chinooks in that game. Cashe Kropinak scored the other Chinooks goal and Talen Snow picked up an assist on one of Anderson's goals.

Westwinds Girls Volleyball - Hawks host ICHS Eagles

Eagles vs Hawks
Chris Davis

Matthew Halton High School's JV and SV Girls volleyball teams hosted their Lethbridge Immanuel Christian High School Eagles counterparts on the evening of October 26. The Eagles dominated, winning 5 of 6 sets played, by wide margins.  The Hawks have talent and potential, but really only clicked consistently during the third JV set, which they won by three points. 

  

Westwinds Boys Volleyball – Sabres host Panthers

JV Dragons vs Sabres
Josh Davis

On Wednesday October 28 the Crowsnest Pass Panthers JV and SV boys volleyball teams played against Livingstone’s Sabres at Livingstone High School in Lundbreck. The JV Sabres won their first two sets against the Panthers. However, the Panthers showed their real potential in the third set, earning their own win. The SV Sabres won three out of four sets.


Thursday, October 29, 2015

PCES responds to two rollover incidents


Toni Lucas

Pincher Creek Emergency Services (PCES) responded to two separate vehicle rollover incidents on Monday, October 26.  First they responded to a gravel truck rollover on Highway 507 approximately 3 kilometers east of Pincher Creek at 10:46 am.  The only occupant of the vehicle was transported to hospital with undetermined injuries. According to Deputy Fire Chief Pat Neumann the vehicle was carrying old construction material and the debris has been cleared away.  PCES responded with Rescue, Engine 15, and an ambulance.

Later the same day at approximately 6:48 pm PCES and Lundbreck Fire Hall responded to an SUV  rollover. The vehicle landed in the east ditch 15 kilometres north of Highway 3 on Highway 22.  Neumann said wildlife was a probably a contributing factor in this rollover.  All three occupants of the vehicle were transported to Crowsnest Pass Hospital with undetermined injuries.

AUC approves $56 million TransAlta market manipulation settlement

In a decision and consent order issued today the Alberta Utilities Commission (AUC) approved a settlement under which TransAlta Corp. will pay $56 million to resolve contraventions of Alberta’s wholesale electricity market rules. The decision can be found on the AUC website at www.auc.ab.ca.

Livingstone-Macleod MLA Pat Stier asks questions in Legislature about linear assessment


Livingstone-Macleod MLA Pat Stier asked the NDP government questions about whether it would maintain the current linear taxation formula for rural municipalities, the Wildrose Official Opposition said today.


“Rural municipalities need clarity on this and the NDP government’s vague statements are concerning to say the least,” Stier said. “Rural municipalities deserve to know once and for all whether this government plans on changing the linear taxation formula.”

Town and MD of Pincher Creek hold organizational meetings


Chris Davis

Councils for the Town of Pincher Creek (Town) and the Municipal District of Pincher Creek No. 9 (MD) held organizational meetings earlier this week, appointing board and committee representatives for the present to October 2016. MD council also held Reeve and Deputy Reeve elections. The two councils appoint representatives to many of the same boards and committees. Draft results of the appointments are listed below.

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

CNP/Pincher Bantam Ducks defeat Kainai at MCC


Josh Davis

On Saturday October 24 the Crowsnest Pass/Pincher Creek Bantam Ducks (name subject to possible change) hockey team took to the ice, facing off against Kainai at Pincher Creek’s MCC Arena. This season the teams have joined the Central Alberta Hockey League (CAHL) instead of the Spud League.  The Ducks played a strong defensive game, and made significantly more shots on the net than their Kainai counterparts, ultimately winning by a wide margin, 16-2. They were less successful the following day, losing a close away game against Lethbridge 5-7.


Memorial Service for Sherry-Lyn Sinnott Wed. Oct. 28


Sherry-Lyn Edna Sinnott
Sherry Sinnott (born Sherry-Lyn McClain), wife of Les Sinnott, passed away on Wednesday October 21, 2015 in the Foothills Hospital at the age of 63. She was born on June 5, 1952 to Glen and Edna McClain.

Besides her husband Les, she is survived by her two sons Dwayne Sinnott of Lethbridge, Brad Sinnott (Lisa) and their children Evan and Avery of Calgary, her brother’s, Merle McClain of Lethbridge, Doug McClain of Pincher Creek, and a sister, Corinne Cyr of Pincher Creek. She is also survived by numerous sisters-in law, brothers-in law, nieces and nephews.

Atom Chinooks defeat Cardston Thunder





Josh Davis

On Sunday October 26 Pincher Creek’s Atom Chinooks hockey team faced Cardston’s Thunder at the MCC Arena in Pincher Creek. The Thunder held their own in the first period, but were outplayed in the second and third periods. The Chinooks won this seeding round game 9-3.


Pincher Creek RCMP requesting public assistance in solving a theft of a tailgate

Pictured: stolen tailgate
Pincher Creek RCMP

During the evening of October 15th or early morning of October 16 an unknown person(s) broke into the fenced compound of a local business and stole a tailgate from a 1957 Chevrolet truck. The tailgate was white in colour with raised chromed lettering. A picture of the actual tailgate is attached.

Anyone with information relating to the above noted matter is asked to contact the Pincher Creek RCMP at 403-627-6010 or Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-(TIPS)8477 or online at www.tipsubmit.com/start.htm.

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Town Councillor Tammy Rubbelke resigns

Tammy Rubbelke (file photo)
Toni Lucas

Councillor Tammy Rubbelke has submitted a letter of resignation which was read at the regular meeting of Town of Pincher Creek council on October 26.  "I regretfully submit my resignation for councillor for the Town of Pincher Creek, Alberta," said Rubbelke.  She thanked the citizens, council members, mayor and staff for their support of her during her time on council.  "It was an experience I will value and carry with me into the future."

On August 24 of this year Rubbelke requested and was granted a 3 month leave of absence for personal reasons.

Mayor Don Anderberg said "She really loved this place, and it shows."  Council accepted her resignation and said the date for an upcoming by-election for her seat will be decided at the next regular council meeting.

Monday, October 26, 2015

Multicultural Friendship Group holds second potluck dinner

Inside St. John's Church
Josh Davis

On Saturday October 24 Pincher Creek’s Multicultural Friendship Group held their second ever potluck at St. John's Anglican Church, located on Main Street, Pincher Creek. People of many cultures attended, including people of Blackfoot, Metis, Filipino, West African, Chinese, and Canadian descent, serving dishes from their respective cultures.

Single vehicle collision near Beaver Mines sends 4 to hospital

Toni Lucas

Pincher Fire Emergency Services (PCES), including Beaver Mines Fire, responded to a single vehicle collision approximately four miles south of Beaver Mines at 9:42 pm on Saturday, October 24.  The vehicle went off the road into a treed area.  All four occupants of the pickup truck were transported to Pincher Creek Health Centre.  Two had relativity minor injuries. One person was transported to Calgary for further medical attention.  PCES responded with Engine 43, Rescue, two ambulances,  and Beaver Mines Engine 31.

Keep your ghosts and goblins safe this Halloween


Halloween is a fun and exciting time for children but comes with increased risk of injury, including pedestrian-vehicle collisions, falls and burns. Keep your little monsters safe this season by managing the risks: look first, wear the gear and get trained.

Pincher Creek RCMP summary for Oct, 19-26, 2015


Pincher Creek RCMP

The following is an overview of the nature of the complaints that the Pincher Creek Detachment received for the period of October 19 to 26, 2015. Note that the summary indicates what was reported to the police and may not have been substantiated.

Total calls for service - 36
Assaults - 1
Domestic assault - 1
Break and Enter (commercial) - 1
Mischief (vandalism) - 1
Theft under $5000 - 4
Disturbing the Peace - 3
Driving complaints (general) - 4
MV Collisions - 4
Liquor offences - 5
Suspicious occurrences (general) - 1
Assistance to General Public (general) - 1
Assistance to other agencies - 2
False Alarms - 2
Animal calls - 2
Municipal Bylaws (barking dogs / noise / OHV) - 1
Prisoners held – 9

Former Pincher Creek RCMP Sgt. Roxane Baalim depicted in Vermilion mural

Roxane Baalim (nee McGilvery) is depicted in a mural in Vermilion, AB, honouring her as a female Metis RCMP Sergeant. (submitted photo)

The Columbia Valley Pioneer has kindly given us permission to reprint the following story about Roxane Baalim, a former RCMP officer who rose to the rank of Sergeant in Pincher Creek before retiring from the force in 2013.

Breanne Massey, The Columbia Valley Pioneer

After 24 years of serving the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), Roxane Baalim’s dedication to keeping citizens safe has been rewarded.

Ms. Baalim, who grew up in the Columbia Valley as Roxane McGilvery, has recently been immortalized in a mural that honours firefighters, veterans and RCMP staff by artist Barry Overn. She joined the RCMP in 1989 and retired in the fall of 2013.

The mural has been painted on the side of McMinis & Company near Highway 41 in Vermilion, AB.

Westwinds girls volleyball - Sabres host Dragons

Dragons and Sabres with Mrs. Krizan in the middle
Chelan Citrigno photo

Chris Davis

Livingstone School's JV and SV Girls Sabres hosted their St. Michael's School Dragons counterparts for an evening of volleyball on October 22.  Prior to the event, Mrs. Mary Krizan was presented with a hoodie that represented her dual allegiances.  She's the vice-principal at Livingstone School and has a daughter who plays for the Dragons.  She's pictured above in her new hoodie posing between the two teams after the games were concluded.

Matthew Halton High School fall 2015 Experiential Learning Week overview

Matthew Halton High School Principal Sandra McDuffe
Toni Lucas - Students from Matthew Halton High School (MHHS) took part in Experiential Learning Week (ELW) from Monday, October 19 - 23. The students took a single immersive class in a option of their choice they were enrolled in for the duration of the week.  MHHS Principal Sandra McDuffe  "It is a week we set aside to have student explore their interests, passions, and talents.  We give them an opportunity to experience a hands on learning environment were they can be fully immersed in their learning. This our fifth ELW."

Animal Care class at MHHS Experiential Learning Week

Lindsay Lounsbury making a birdfeeder

Students from Matthew Halton High School (MHHS) took part in Experiential Learning Week (ELW) from Monday, October 19 - 23. The students took a single immersive class in a option of their choice that they were then enrolled in for the duration of the week.

Toni Lucas - Animal care class covered the care of all animals whether furred, finned or feathered.  The class went to the zoo, and had a pet-parade show and tell.  The care and feeding of animals was the focus, creating more empathy and understanding among the students.   A few of the projects included making bird feeders and chew toys.

Fall 2015 ELW programs and activities included:  Sewing, Ultimate Frisbee, Butcher, Edible Gifts, Film Study, Animal Care, Drama, Basketball/ Volleyball, Hockey, Junk Yard Wars, Outdoor Survival, Knife Forging, Painting/ Drawing, and Photography.



Knife forging at MHHS Experiential Learning Week

Carter Oczkowski with elk-handled knife
Toni  Lucas

Students from Matthew Halton High School (MHHS) took part in Experiential Learning Week (ELW) from Monday, October 19 - 23. The students took a single immersive class in a option of their choice that they were then enrolled in for the duration of the week.

Knife forging gave students the opportunity to work metal.  The students had to finish two knives, one out of flatstock and the other out of another metal such as rebar or wire.  Students had to chose their own design and then forge, heat treat, sharpen sand and hone their own blades.  Many chose to attach a handle, and a few chose to attach their blades to a long handle, making spears.

Art class at MHHS Experiential Learning Week

Saylor LaGrandeur re-imagines a Van Gogh
Toni  Lucas

Students from Matthew Halton High School (MHHS) took part in Experiential Learning Week (ELW) from Monday, October 19 - 23. The students took a single immersive class in a option of their choice that they were then enrolled in for the duration of the week.

Toni Lucas - In art class on of the projects the students took on included finding a famous peice of art they admired and recreating it with some changes.  Saylor LaGrandeur chose Van Gogh's  'Bedroom in Arles'.  Instead of pitcher and basin on the table she depicted a more modern item - earphones,  Definitely a much more modern and individual take on the famed one-point-perspective piece.

Sewing class at MHHS Experiential Learning Week

Cayleigh Duffield in sewing class
Toni  Lucas

Students from Matthew Halton High School (MHHS) took part in Experiential Learning Week (ELW) from Monday, October 19 - 23. The students took a single immersive class in a option of their choice they were enrolled in for the duration of the week.

Cayleigh Duffield was pretty proud of what she achieved in sewing class during Experiential Learning Week.  She made a pillowcase, apron, handbag, and was making a small bag to match her handbag.  More important than the extra credit, she was finding she enjoyed the process of creating and wanted to have a small organizer for the large purse she had already made.  She had never used a sewing machine before and felt much more confident about her abilities and understood sewing and textiles more.  The course was augmented by sewing machines and sergers borrowed from a school in Claresholm.

Photography class at MHHS Experiential Learning Week

Photogs Marissa Hagglund, Parker Starzyk, and Abigail Ney at Soapbox racing
Toni Lucas - If a picture is worth a thousand words, the students in the Photography class during Matthew Halton High School's fall Experiential Learning Week were handing in essays.  The students got to understand more of how cameras work, and what constitutes a good photo.  The students I spoke to supplied their own camera for the class, all of them digital single lens reflex models.

Junk Yard Wars at MHHS Experiential Learning Week




Students from Matthew Halton High School (MHHS) took part in Experiential Learning Week (ELW) from Monday, October 19 - 23. The students took a single immersive class in a option of their choice that they were then enrolled in for the duration of the week.

Toni Lucas - What do kitchen chairs, a wheelbarrow, bicycle handle bars, and an chunk of old wire fencing have in common?  They were all used as parts for this years ELW Junkyard War Soapbox Derby.  Mechanics Teacher Travis Epp took the students to a scrap yard in Fort MacLeod to find parts for their DIY projects. A total of 23 students were split into 8 teams to make non-motorized gravity driven vehicles which had to include steering and brakes.  The students had to envision, design, assemble, weld and create their vehicles.  Then they had to ride them past the finish line.

Two more wins for the Midget Huskies


Josh Davis

On Saturday October 24, 2015 the Pincher Creek/Crowsnest Pass Midget Huskies took to the ice at Pincher Creek's MCC arena, facing off against Lethbridge’s Hockey Hounds in another Central Alberta Hockey League tiering round game.  It was the Huskies' third game of the season and their first on home ice in Pincher Creek. The Huskies took a little while to hit their stride, but outplayed the Hockey Hounds throughout, earning a wide margin 12-1 victory.  The Huskies won on the road the next day, defeating Picture Butte 5-2.

Sunday, October 25, 2015

Pets dressed up smart by Halloween PCHS Fundraiser

Delainy and Brynn Grose show off some pet costumes
Toni Lucas

The Pincher Creek Humane Society (PCHS) was at the Ranchland Mall on October 21 and 22 to hold a 'Costumes for Vaccines' event.  Volunteers were giving away pet costumes and other assorted items which were donated to them by PetSmart, and accepting donations in turn.  With costumes ranging from tutus to the terrifying shark-dog, and items like bejeweled collars and pet toys, there was something for any taste to bring home for their pet.  Volunteer Christine Wagenaar was delighted to report that the first day of the effort raised close to $1,700 for the local facility.  The organization plans to use the funds on vaccinations and other medical expenditures.  Vice President Jason Wagnaar said "These are the biggest fees, these days."

Strong beginning to 2015/16 season for Peewee Chinooks

Peewee Chinooks vs Lethbridge Warriors
Josh Davis

Pincher Creek's Peewee Chinooks took to the ice for an exhibition  game on Sunday, October 18, facing off against the Lethbridge Warriors at Pincher Creek's MCC Arena. The new lights did an impressive job of brightening the arena. However, the Chinooks were the real bright light of the day, earning themselves a wide-margin victory.

Saturday, October 24, 2015

Junior boys volleyball - A Dragons host Piikani


Josh Davis

On Thursday October 22 the Jr A boys Dragons hosted Piikani for an evening of volleyball. Piikani’s boys improved in each set; their rallies got longer, and they put the ball out much less by the final set. The A boys Dragons are a strong team, however, and played consistently, winning all three sets.

Festivus Games held at Crossfit Pincher Creek


Josh Davis

On Saturday October 17 the Festivus Games came to Pincher Creek, held at Crossfit. This worldwide functional fitness competition invited novice and intermediate athletes to compete in a variety of events, from wall walks, rowing and pull-ups to burpees, squats, and deadlifts, aiming to get the greatest number of reps within a time limit. New to the third annual competition was the fourty-five and older masters division. Around 35 local athletes with a wide age range attended the event.

Pincher Creek Ducks Unlimited holds 33rd annual banquet

Nigel Whittington chats with Emil Johnson
Josh Davis

On Saturday October 17, 2015, Pincher Creek Ducks Unlimited held their 33rd annual banquet at the Pincher Creek Community Hall. The event featured raffles, draws, games and auctions after the dinner. Funds raised at the event go towards supporting Albertan Wetlands. The Pincher Creek Elks provided dinner and dessert for those attending.

Friday, October 23, 2015

Masquerade Madness at Matthew Halton


Josh Davis - On the evening of Thursday October 22 students at Matthew Halton High School presented the play they had written and work-shopped for Experiential Week, Masquerade Madness: A Mermaid's Tail. Masquerade Madness was a humorous romp, featuring mythical characters and set in High School. As the evening of the masquerade approaches, it is up to the de-powered Witch to prevent a jealous Mermaid from ruining the dance. The production was created and workshopped entirely by students as part of Halton’s Experiential Learning Week.

Vista Village Bazaar and Tea a great success



Melanie Walker

Vista Village held a Tea and Bazaar on October 21.  The event was a success thanks to the huge support from community and family members, residents, and staff and volunteers.


Dianne Gregory and her mom Margit Burns make their way to the bazaar to buy goodies

Update: stolen truck recovered

Black 2012 Dodge Cummins, licence BLW-1117

Update October 28, 2015
The formerly missing truck has been recovered.

Presentation on mineral licks by Biologist Mike Jokinen

Alberta Conservation Association Biologist Mike Jokinen
T. Lucas photos
Toni Lucas

Alberta Conservation Association Biologist Mike Jokinen did a presentation on mineral licks at the South Country Trappers Association 2015 banquet at the Golf Course Restaurant in Pincher Creek. "The definition of a mineral lick is when animals intentionally eat the soil or water that is rich in minerals. Mineral licks are those places where they are accessible to those animals. The animals need these minerals when they aren't readily available in their forage." A few of the minerals Jokinen said the animals go to licks for are calcium, magnesium, potassium, and sodium, or as it is most commonly referred to, salt. Unable to pop down to the local heath food store, pharmacy, or grocery store shopping aisle, the animals must seek natural places to fulfill their dietary requirements of these minerals to stay healthy. "I truly do believe that mineral licks do deserve more credit in the world of wildlife habitat management."

Thursday, October 22, 2015

Westwinds girls volleyball - Flyers defeat Sabres

SV Sabres vs Flyers
Josh Davis

Livingstone High School was the place to be for JV and SV volleyball on election night, Monday October 19. The Sabres Girls hosted Fort Macleod's F.P. Walshe Flyers.  The Flyers won all six sets.


2015 Pincher Creek and District Chamber of Commerce Awards Night

Congratulations to the 2015 winners
T. Lucas photos
Toni Lucas

The Pincher Creek and District Chamber of Commerce held the 2015 Pincher Creek Awards of Excellence on Wednesday evening, October 21 at the Heritage Inn.  Over 150 people attended the dinner, with more joining later on in the evening to watch the awards.  This was the 20th anniversary of the awards.

Westwinds Volleyball – Senior boys Dragons triumph against Flyers

SV Dragons vs Flyers
Josh Davis

Saint Michael’s featured volleyball on the evening of Wednesday October 21, when the JV and SV boys Dragons hosted the Flyers. The JV Dragons lost all three sets played. However, the SV Dragons were in good form, defeating the Flyers in three out of four close sets.

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Bantam Mustangs host McCoy Colts

Colt Haedyn Davies with the ball
Evan Mahli photo
Josh Davis

On Saturday October 17 the Bantam Mustangs took to the field against the McCoy Colts. This is a learning season for the Bantam Mustangs, whose team roster is largely composed on fresh players building experience. The Mustangs faced a wide margin loss against the Colts, but showed drastic improvement throughout the game, and made the end zone twice.

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Westwinds Volleyball – Livingstone Sabres host F.P. Walshe Flyers

JV Boys Sabres vs Flyers
Josh Davis

On Thursday October 15 the Livingstone Sabres hosted volleyball teams from F.P. Walshe. At 4:30 Livingstone’s junior girls played F.P. Walshe 8, and defeated them in two of three sets. Later in the evening the JV and SV boys played their Flyers counterparts. The JV Sabres won two out of three sets. The SV Sabres played much better than the previous week, but were defeated in 3 out of four sets.

South Country Trappers hold 2015 AGM and banquet

Kathy Wight and Ally Graham at the antler peg pull
T. Lucas photo
Toni Lucas

The South Country Trappers Association (SCTA) held their fourth* annual banquet and AGM on Saturday, October 17 at the Golf Course Restaurant in Pincher Creek.  Close to 120 members came for fun, festivities, auctions, awards, entertainment and a talk about mineral licks presented by Alberta Conservation Association Biologist Mike Jokinen.

Barlow takes Foothills, Liberals dominate eastern Canada to win majority

Foothills MP John Barlow
(C. Davis file photo)
Chris Davis

Returning Conservative MP John Barlow secured the new Foothills electoral district with 75.7% of the vote in the 2015 federal election held yesterday, October 19, but will be sitting as an opposition member of the House of Parliament after the Liberals romped to a majority government. With 97.35% of the polls reported nationally the Liberals won 54.7%, 185 of 338 seats in the House.

Foothills election 2015 snapshot:
Conservative John Barlow - 75.7%
Liberal Tanya MacPherson - 13.4%
NDP Alison Thompson - 6.4%
Green Party Romy S. Tittel - 3.3%
Libertarian Cory Morgan - 0.7%
Christian Heritage Marc Slingerland - 0.6%

(John Barlow on Facebook post-election)
60,927 of 82,380 registered electors turned out in Foothills (not including electors who registered on election day), a turnout of 73.96%.  That compares to a countrywide average 61.1% turnout in the 2011 federal election, and a similar countrywide turnout of 66.1% in this election. Foothills is a new electoral district this election, so there are no directly comparable turnout statistics for it. The turnout for the 2011 federal election was 61.52% in the former Macleod electoral district, which included Pincher Creek and Crowsnest Pass, among other communities. A byelection for Macleod was held in 2014, with a turnout of 19.92%, won by John Barlow in his first attempt at federal office. Turnout in Alberta for the 2015 election was 66.73 % with 96.56% of the polls reported.

 Barlow was formerly the Associate Publisher and Editor of the Okotoks Western Wheel.

(From Elections Canada website - click images to enlarge)



This story will be updated as more information comes in and has been verified, and after the final outstanding polls are counted.

Related links/sources:
Macleod electoral district

Monday, October 19, 2015

Influenza immunization program begins Oct. 20


Starting tomorrow (Tuesday, October 20), Albertans will have the opportunity to protect themselves and others against influenza, with the launch of Alberta's annual influenza immunization program. Offering influenza immunization, free of charge, to all Albertans six months of age and older, Alberta's program will make vaccine available at hundreds of Alberta Health Services (AHS) public influenza immunization clinics, as well as pharmacies and physician offices, around the province.


Pincher Creek 

Town Hall, 962 St. John Avenue
  • Fri, Oct 23, 2015, 9:00 am - 3:00 pm 
  • Thu, Oct 29, 2015 12:00 pm- 6:00 pm
  • Wed, Nov 04, 2015, 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
  • Wed, Dec 02, 2015, 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Crowsnest Pass

CNP Provincial Building conference room, Blairmore, 12501 20 Avenue
  • Mon, Oct 26, 2015, 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
  • Mon, Nov 02, 2015, 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm
  • Wed, Nov 25, 2015, 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
  • Wed, Dec 02, 2015, 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Fort Macleod

Holy Cross Catholic Church Hall, 2517 3 Avenue
  • Thu, Oct 22, 2015, 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
  • Tue, Oct 27, 2015. 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Fort Macleod Community Health, 744 26 Street
  • Tue, Dec 01, 2015, 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Cardston

Cardston Tanner Senior Centre, 260 1 Street W
  • Wed, Oct 21, 2015, 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
  • Thu, Oct 29, 2015, 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
  • Wed, Nov 04, 2015, 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Pincher Creek RCMP summary for Oct. 12-19, 2015


The following is an overview of the nature of the complaints that the Pincher Creek Detachment received for the period of October 12-19, 2015. Note that the summary indicates what was reported to the police and may not have been substantiated.

Total calls for service - 48
Assaults – 1
Break and Enter (commercial) - 2
Mischief (vandalism) - 3
Theft over $5000 - 1
Theft under $5000 - 2
Impaired Driving - 1
Disturbing the Peace - 5
Driving complaints (general) - 6
MV Collisions - 5
Liquor offences - 3
Suspicious occurrences (general) - 1
Assistance to General Public (general) - 5
Assistance to other agencies - 2
False Alarms - 2
911 calls (invalid) - 3
Municipal Bylaws (barking dogs / noise / OHV) - 3
Prisoners held – 5

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