Monday, April 24, 2017

Alberta RCMP reports to April 24, 2017

Pincher Creek RCMP summary to April 23
Gas and dash in Airdrie
Caterpillar bulldozer stolen near Del Bonita
Stolen excavator stolen near Blackfalds
Lotto tickets stolen in Airdrie
Arson in Bonnyville
Strathcona hit and run
Grande PrairieRCMP arrest man with axe

Allied Arts of Pincher Creek AGM to be held May 1

Alberta and Guangdong become sister provinces

Government of Alberta - Alberta and the province of Guangdong in southern China have signed a landmark agreement to strengthen ties and facilitate trade between the two jurisdictions.  Premier Rachel Notley signed the agreement on behalf of the Government of Alberta in Guangzhou, the capital of Guangdong. Governor Ma Xingrui signed on behalf of the Guangdong government.

Lawn chemical poisoning

Amanda Poll, Alberta Health Services - Spring is here - that means sunshine, warmer weather and yard work! As we start planning out all of the work that needs to happen on our lawns and in our gardens, we may forget that the chemicals we use to make everything lush, green and fruitful can also be dangerous.

Junior Golf lessons start April 27 at Pincher Creek Golf Club


Starting April 27

$50 for 5 sessions. This also gives each child a free membership at our club for the 2017 season

Lessons start at 5:30 pm April 27, May 4, 11, 18, 25
Taught by RCGA golf professional Jay Mayguard

Contact pro shop at:

Pincher Creek Golf Course
942 Hyde St.
Pincher Creek, AB T0K 1W0

Sunday, April 23, 2017

Syncline Castle Trails Association AGM to be held May 5

(promoting non-motorized recreation in the Castle)
AGM: May 5, 2017, 6:30 p.m.

Potluck supper before, and slides of backcountry travel after

Details: SynclineCastleTrailAssociation on Facebook OR website OR phone 403-627-5131

Paradise: God’s garden and ours

Joyce Sasse, Spiritual Gleanings - According to the earliest stories, God created a magnificent Garden of Eden and turned it over to Adam and Eve.  However, because these humans were not prepared to handle the knowledge associated with Eden, they were separated from the Paradise that surrounded them.  Through the centuries, although Old Testament believers tried, they could not reconnect with what was lost. The Prophet Amos, for example, longed to have his people “seek good and not evil”, but reality eluded them.

Saturday, April 22, 2017

Solutions & Substitutions with Reena

Registration renewal reminder from Pincher Creek License and Registry


Pincher Creek Licence and Registries would like to remind everyone that if your last name or company name begins with D or G to please renew your registration.  The last day for renewal is April 28.

Friday, April 21, 2017

Fox Theatre show times


Fox Theatre hotline 403-627-3444

Showing April 21-27

3D, Rated G
7:00 and 9:00 nightly
2D on Wednesday
2d Matinees Saturday and Sunday at 2:00 pm

Held Over, Rated PG
7:00 and 9:20 nightly
Matinees Saturday and Sunday at 2:00 pm

Thursday, April 20, 2017

Prescribed fire at Waterton Lakes National Park

Eskerine area closure map (Parks Canada)

Parks Canada - On Thursday, April 20, 2017, if conditions allow, Parks Canada fire management staff plan to light 2,200 hectares in the Eskerine Complex Prescribed Fire Area in Waterton Lakes National Park using aerial ignition devices. The prescribed fire area is between Bellevue Hill, the Bison Paddock, Waterton River and Lower Waterton Lakes and the Red Rock Road. Parks Canada fire crews including fire management specialists, and three helicopters will assist Waterton Lakes with this prescribed fire.

Co-operators Pincher Creek seeks Associate Insurance Advisor


Discover a better place to grow your career: a place that’s caring, engaging and rewarding. We’re proud of our diverse culture of trust and respect. It’s a culture guided by solid leadership and collaboration from every member of our organization.

The Co-operators, a leading Canadian-owned insurance and financial services company, is looking for a qualified:

Associate Insurance Advisor
in Pincher Creek, Alberta

Avail CPA featuring Brian Nelson CPA, CA


Avail CPA

Brian Nelson CPA, CA
  • Has lived in Fort Macleod since 2012
  • Involved in Chamber of Commerce, volunteering for the Antique Show, Santa Claus Parade, Business Awards Gala, local church congregation
  • Grew up helping on dad and grandpa's cattle ranch in Mountain View
  • Works with agriculture and small-to-medium sized business to make their operations better

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Health information breaches result in fine

Government of Alberta - A former registration and staffing clerk pleaded guilty and was fined $3,000 for accessing individuals’ health information in contravention of the Health Information Act (HIA) on March 27.  In 2015, Alberta Health Services (AHS) identified 279 alleged unauthorized accesses of health information in electronic health record systems by Deborah Nimco.  The Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner (OIPC) received a self-reported breach from AHS. The OIPC also received 10 complaints from individuals affected by these incidents after they had been notified by AHS.

Letter to the Editor: Questions for Pincher Creek Town Council revisited

D. Gray -  As many Pincher Creek residents know, there was a Town Hall meeting on March 29th, 2017 which was placed conveniently on YouTube.  At that time, many people brought forward some integral questions and concerns. Some of those were provided to the CAO. Which in turn, answers and follow ups were to occur.  I was one of those residents that raised some questions and concerns. I like others, were deferred to the CAO by the Mayor. To date I as a resident taxpayer, have not heard from anyone from administration or Council. No phone call or a letter. Not even a reply in local media. Why not?

Swann statement on proclamation of off-highway vehicle safety legislation

Liberal Party of Alberta - On April 13, Alberta Liberal Leader David Swann released the following statement in response to the Order in Council proclaiming Bill 36, An Act to Enhance Off-highway Vehicle Safety:

“Requiring off-highway vehicle operators to use helmets on public land is an important first step, especially since Alberta was the only province not to have such legislation. However, much more needs to be done to ensure the safe operation of these machines.

MLA Stier questions ministers on water co-operatives funding

Wildrose Party -
On April 12 Wildrose Livingstone-Macleod MLA Pat Stier questioned the Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure on water co-operatives funding. The Leavings Water Co-op near Claresholm is out of a local supply of water and has met with the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure regarding their urgent need to supply over 550 people with reliable, clean water.

OWC introduces 2017 Outreach Assistant Nata De Leeuw

Nata on top of Mt. Dungarvan in Waterton National Park
Oldman Watershed Council (OWC) - As part of OWC's Engaging Recreationists program, we hire seasonal Outreach Assistants (OAs) to engage backcountry users in conversations about recreation and watershed health. We'd like to introduce you to the first of our OAs for 2017, Nata de Leeuw.

University of Lethbridge announces Board of Governors research chairs

University of Lethbridge - The University of Lethbridge Board of Governors appointed or reappointed seven Board of Governors Research Chairs at its regular meeting. The Board of Governors Research Chair program acknowledges the research accomplishments of University faculty members.

U of L appoints Kathleen Massey as new Associate Vice-President (Students)

University of Lethbridge - The University of Lethbridge Board of Governors has approved the appointment of Kathleen Massey as Associate Vice-President (Students).  Massey is currently the Registrar and Executive Director, Enrolment Services at McGill University, a position she has held since 2007. She previously held posts at the University of Calgary, Centennial College and York University.

Alberta RCMP reports to April 19, 2017

  • Pincher Creek RCMP summary for April 10-16, 2017
  • April 13 armed robbery at Red Deer food store
  • Red Deer RCMP investigate linked armed robberies
  • Red Deer RCMP investigate harassment report
  • Red Deer RCMP release composite drawing of robbery suspect
  • Theft from Airdrie gas station
  • B&E in Okotoks
  • $10,000 Fraud at TD Canada Trust in Airdrie
  • Enclosed trailer theft
  • Red Deer RCMP search for driver of stolen truck
  • Red Deer RCMP arrest driver of stolen truck
  • Oyen RCMP investigate serious collision - Update
  • Powered parachute interferes with air traffic
  • High Prairie cocaine bust
  • Rash of stolen vehicles in Sylvan Lake
  • Fatal collision on Highway 855
  • Red Deer RCMP investigate attempted personal robbery
  • Wood Buffalo RCMP arrest man for second degree murder
  • Vehicles prowled in Beaumont
  • Grande Prairie RCMP Charge Male in Child Pornography Investigation
  • Maskwacis RCMP continue efforts in homicide investigation

Pincher Creek Minor Hockey Association AGM to be held April 24

Pincher Creek Minor Hockey Association 
Annual General Meeting
April 24 Town hall gym at 6:30 p.m.
Looking to elect new board members

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Copper wire theft near Fort Macleod

RCMP Alberta - On April 17, 2017, the Fort Macleod RCMP received a report of theft of copper wire from a rural business in Fort Macleod, AB, overnight. Approximately $15, 000 worth of copper wire was cut out of heavy equipment and stolen. The RCMP would like to remind the community to secure all equipment and to report any suspicious activity.

If you have information regarding this theft or any other crime please contact the Fort Macleod RCMP at (403) 553-7200 or call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).

Police blotter to April 18, 2017

  • Redwater RCMP investigate fatal collision
  • Didsbury RCMP investigate armed robbery
  • Semi vs train collision south of Lethbridge
  • Strathmore armed robbery suspect charged
  • Fatal MVC near Sexsmith
  • Beaumont theft suspect sought by police
  • Red Deer RCMP execute Highland Green search warrant
  • Red Deer RCMP warns public of bank manager fraud
  • Wood Buffalo assault victim dies
  • Grande Prairie RCMP respond to Mischief complaints
  • Stolen Red Deer kitten returned
  • Bluffton Community Hall target of repeat vandalism
  • Alberta and Saskatchewan disrupt fentanyl supply together

Multicultural Friendship Group Pot-Luck Supper April 22

Multicultural Friendship Group Pot-luck Supper
Saturday, April 22/2017 
 5 pm – 8 pm
St. John’s Anglican Church Hall
Program: Adam and Francesca Hong will talk about their recent visit to Korea.
Everybody welcome.

Talking tobacco with teens

Marissa Robinson
Marissa Robinson, Public Health student intern, AHS - In the not-so-distant past, tobacco use among teens was not uncommon - quite the opposite really. Now, in 2017, you may believe that teen tobacco-use is a thing of the past, especially considering that most Canadians have a much better understanding of the health consequences associated with tobacco use.

AHS South Zone introduces Indigenous Hospital Liaisons

Harley Crowshoe
Harley Crowshoe, Senior Advisor, Indigenous Health, AHS  - The role of the Indigenous Hospital Liaison was introduced to Chinook Regional Hospital (CRH) in December 2015, through Alberta Health Services’ Indigenous Health Program in South Zone.

Sunday, April 16, 2017

The biggest day in history

Pastor Chris Ney - What day do you think of when someone asks you what was the biggest day in history? Some will say the end on WWI or WWII, other will say when my team won the championship for the first time ever. It gets celebrated with grand parties and parades, as the people from all over cheer for the victory. The problem is in all these cases that victory had its price, sacrifice, toll of people. I am not comparing war to sports, and we all no there are no winners in war. The reality is that there is a lot loss in any victory.

Let loose in the world

The Ascension (Gustave Doré courtesy of Wikimedia Commons)

Joyce Sasse, Spiritual Gleanings -
“Is he dead?” Pilate’s wife asked the soldier after he returned from the tomb. She had taken notice of this Jesus of Nazareth when he was brought before her husband earlier in the week. Now she’d heard strange rumours and wondered what the truth really was. “No, Madame,” the soldier replied. “He is not dead.”

“Not dead!” She could hardly believe her ears. “Not dead! Then where is he?”

“Let loose in the world, Madame,” came the reply. “Let loose in the world where nothing can corrupt his truth.”

Solutions and substitutions with Reena

Reena Nerbas

In this issue: Cornbread tip, soiled cushions, salty water stains on windows, keeping mice out of farm machinery, cleaning ovens, all about rice, household hints, cleaning aluminum baking sheets, hardened honey, stinky pet fish, reface/recasting thermoplastic kitchen drawers, household hints.

Friday, April 14, 2017

Announcement from Shell Waterton


Shell Waterton Complex is currently preparing for a maintenance turnaround in May. 
Below is a schedule for anticipated traffic and activities for the coming months. We hope to impact our neighbors as little as possible but encourage any feedback if issues or concerns arise.

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Mustangs athletes prepare for upcoming ABC Bowl

Coach Jeremy Nelson - When you think of springtime sports in Pincher Creek you might think of baseball, soccer, rugby or even softball. Not for a select group, spring sports means football, football, football. Yes you read that right football.  A handful of Mustang football players are soon to be reading playbooks, learning the new plays, hitting the gridiron and practicing all weekend. Not only that, but some local coaches will be right there beside them.

Mustangs well represented at Alberta's ABC Border Bowl victory

Former Mustangs at the 2016 ABC Border Bowl:
Austin Bruder, Thane Buckingham, Riley Sokownin
(Kim Buckingham photos)

Originally published January 18, 2017.  Updated with Riley Sokownin interview.

Chris Davis - Way back on December 10 Alberta won the annual 2016 ABC Border Bowl Current Stars Game at Chilliwack BC's Exhibition Park, an event that organizers now refer to as  the "2016 ABC Snow Bowl".  The game featured athletes in grades 11 and 12 from Alberta and British Columbia.  The two teams played in a foot and a half to two feet of snow, with the snow still falling.  Alberta won 8-6.  Three young men familiar to Pincher Creek Mustangs fans were on the Alberta team: Austin Bruder (Left Tackle Offence, Pincher Creek Mustangs). Riley Sokownin (QB Lethbridge's Winston Churchill Bulldogs), and Thane Buckingham (Strong Side Linebacker, Taber's WR Rebels).  All three began their football careers as Pincher Creek Mustangs.  Also in attendance was Dennis Sokownin, who coached all three nine years ago.

April is Canada’s National Oral Health month

Jenna Simmons, Dental Hygienist
Jenna Simmons, Dental Hygienist, Alberta Health Services - April is Canada’s National Oral Health month. Good oral health is important and can relate to good overall health. Oral pain, tooth decay, missing teeth and infections can decrease a person’s quality of life.  Tooth decay in children is prevalent in today’s society and there are many people that do not view this as an issue. Missing teeth or pain from decay can cause a child to be unable to eat. This can relate to lack of nutrition which can decrease a child’s overall well-being.

Alberta chapter of Backcountry Hunters and Anglers supports direction of new Castle Parks

Backcountry Hunters and Anglers Alberta Chapter - A group of Alberta hunters and anglers are congratulating the government on the protection of the Castle Provincial and Wildland Parks and supporting the phase-out of off-highway vehicle use from the new parks.  The Alberta Chapter of Backcountry Hunters and Anglers are united in their belief that the freedom to hunt and fish depends on habitat. While many enjoy hunting and fishing on a range of landscapes, there is something special – even magical – about hunting deep in the backcountry or fishing on a remote river.

Gossiping about Annora Brown

Annora Brown painting, picture courtesy of Mary-Beth Laviolette
Joyce Sasse - Annora Brown wrote, in her introduction to Old Man’s Garden, that her intention was to “gossip about the flowers of the west” because she wanted to “gather under one cover some of the legend and lore (about them) that is to be found lying in odd corners.”  Now, in our Life & Legacy Project, we want to gossip about Annora Brown. We want to bring together the bits and pieces of her life and lore and memorabilia that made her such an amazing person.

RCMP reports to April 12, 2017

  • Pincher Creek RCMP summary for the week of April 3-9, 2017
  • Know your role when dialing 911
  • RCMP search in north Red Deer for theft suspects
  • Pedestrian struck by vehicle in Grande Prairie
  • $200,000 drug bust in Edmonton
  • Charges laid in string of rural Vulcan area thefts
  • Theft of Trailer and side-by-side quad in Cochrane
  • Red Deer RCMP look for kitten thief
  • Jasper RCMP arrest bank robbery suspect
  • Elk Point RCMP investigates theft of gas and stolen vehicle
  • Theft of oilfield equipment near Lloydminster
  • Red Deer RCMP arrests include stolen vehicles and outstanding warrants
  • EPS civilian employee arrested by Internet Child Exploitation unit

Pincher Creek Minor Hockey Association AGM to be held April 24


Pincher Creek Minor Hockey Association 
Annual General Meeting
April 24 Town hall gym at 6:30 p.m.
Looking to elect new board members

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

SGB Fitbodies - Register now for spring sessions


MP Starts April 10th and all other Programs Start April 24th.

Registration is on Now!

“One of the hardest steps to take is picking up the phone, or walking in to sign-up. We know that – and respect how hard it is. We aim to make that experience a positive one.”

At SGB Fitbodies, we provide quality, fun programs that produce real, lasting results. All of our programs are safe and highly effective - regardless of experience and age - no matter what your goals and fitness levels are. MP Program – Starts Early – April 10th @ 6:15pm (will be held Wednesday’s @ 6:15pm thereafter)

Linden Willms tells Multicultural Friendship Group of his visits to Kikwit, Africa

Linden Willms
Toni Lucas - Pincher Creek's Linden Willms shared his experiences from his time in the Africa, spanning over 40 years of trips, at the Pincher Creek Multicultural Friendship Group (MCFG)  potluck dinner on March 25.  He has been visiting Kikwit in the Democratic Republic of the Congo in central Africa since 1974. He originally went on a mission for Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) for an agricultural project.  He has visited this same area three more times in the last 6 years.  Willms said "Every country in Africa is unique, and the Congo is very unique."  Originally Willms went because MCC sponsored agriculture development projects in the Congo.  Willms and his wife Del spent five years in the Kikwit area trying to help the people hands-on through teaching agriculture and animal husbandry so the locals would be able to take over the project when they left.

Comment: Immediately implement the SSRP as it was released in 2014

In March, Russell Bruder B.Sc. "Responsible Recreationalist" wrote the following to council for the MD of Pincher Creek regarding Castle region issues (excerpted):

"It is time to put a stop to the biased protectionist movement in the Castle Region (and the rest of Alberta). It is time for all responsible recreationalists (motorized or not), community members, landowners, user groups (grazing, hunting, trapping, fishing), and members of industry to speak out against those groups and individuals seeking to lock up the wilderness to assure it meets the needs of their value system.

Municipal District of Pincher Creek and area Citizen's Statement for the Castle Parks

At the Tuesday, March 14 meeting of council for the MD of Pincher Creek, a citizens' delegation was represented by Teresa Hlady, who read from a statement regarding the Castle parks that included the signatures of approximately 200 people. Here's a large excerpt of the statement:

Letter to the Editor: Fact checking the OHV story

Lorne Fitch, Professional Biologist - When Winston Churchill was accused of lying, he termed his absence of truth a “terminological inexactitude”, the Trump administration has coined “alternative facts” and what the OHV lobby engages in ranges from ”careless with the truth” to outright whoopers. It’s worth disassembling some of the whoopers told by some in the OHV group.

RCMP reports to April 10, 2017

  • Leduc RCMP request assistance to identify robbery suspects
  • Leduc RCMP investigate fatal collision
  • Hanna RCMP seize marijuana plant and equipment
  • Elk Point gas theft suspect identified
  • Beaverlodge RCMP request assistance to identify suspicious male
  • Blackfalds RCMP request assistance to identify armed robbery suspects
  • Rocky Mtn. House traffic stops result in arrests and seized firearms
  • Gleichen RCMP investigate theft of fire truck
  • Hinton RCMP Arrest 3 suspects in stolen vehicle
  • Rimbey RCMP lay charge following attempted truck theft
  • Grande Prairie RCMP Seize guns and brass knuckles at residence
  • Edson traffic stop reveals loaded handgun
  • Hackers are attacking MS Word users

ASBA supports amendments to Municipal Government Act

Alberta School Boards Association - Proposed amendments to the Municipal Government Act (MGA) introduced April 10 as part of Bill 8, An Act to Strengthen Municipal Government, in the Alberta Legislature are good news for school boards and for Alberta families, said Mary Martin, the President of the Alberta School Boards Association (ASBA).

Pincher Creek Foundation summer employment opportunity


Crestview Lodge
Summer Employment Opportunity

The Pincher Creek Foundation is looking to hire a Summer Helper, duties would include Grounds Keeping and Light Maintenance tasks.

MD council conditionally approves Pincher Creek Curling Club funding

At the February 14 meeting of council for the MD of Pincher Creek Councillor Garry Marchuk moved that a letter from Pincher Creek Curling Club requesting funding for the Curling Club Ice Plant be received, and that "should the Curing Club be successful in receiving Community Facility Enhancement Program (CFEP) grant funding, the MD's share of $140,000 be given, from the Recreation Reserve...  provided the ice plant is transferrable to the proposed new facility; And that the Town of Pincher Creek takes ownership the new infrastructure."

Councillor Quentin Stevick requested a recorded  . The motion carried, with Stevick and councillor Fred Schoening opposed.

Pincher Creek Multimedia events rates

Now booking music/photography/videography events for summer/fall/winter 2007.

We offer a variety of services, including:
  • Event management
  • Events photography
  • Events video
  • Streaming video
  • Promotional video
  • Photo and Video editing
  • DJ service
  • Live music
  • Audio restorations
  • Crafted music
  • Website design and management
  • Social media marketing
Contact us at 403-751-0025 or via email at for more information.  We are currently booking summer, fall, and winter 2017.

Sunday, April 9, 2017

Pincher Creek Legion members commemorate 100th anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge

Chris Davis - Royal Canadian Legion #43 Pincher Creek members held a memorial service at Cenotaph Park in Pincher Creek on April 6 in remembrance of the Battle of Vimy Ridge in northern France April 9-12, 1917, 100 years ago. Master of Ceremonies Comrade Fred White led the singing of O Canada and God Save the Queen, the moment of silence. the Act of Remembrance, and the Presentation,. Padre Reverend Dave Goff recited a prayer and the benediction and blessing. Service Officer Lorne Pulz placed a wreath at the cenotaph at the conclusion of the ceremony. Other participating Legion members included Sgt. At Arms John Baker, John Morin, Jim Litkowski, and Bill Skelly.

Pincher Creek Legion Service Officer Lorne Pulz

Walk the talk

Pastor Chris Ney -
Do you remember the song that says "Be careful little eyes what you see, be careful little ears what you hear, be careful little feet where you go, and be careful little tongue what you say, there is a father up above looking down on you in love so be careful little one how you live"? When I first heard the song I thought it was nice gave some warning about how to live but also thought it was unrealistic. There is however some truth to this song; that we are supposed to be careful on what we do because it is a demonstration of who we are and what we believe.

Words matter

Joyce Sasse, Spititual Gleanings - At any time, our choice of words can make a difference. I’m thinking, today, of our new minister’s use of the word kin-dom – like in the prayer “Thy kin-dom come”.  For me “Kingdom”, when referring to our Christian Faith, has always been too harsh a term. In Biblical times the term best fitted a description of the wealth, power and corruption of the Roman Empire. Wasn’t Jesus speaking about the very antithesis of this?

Battle of Vimy Ridge and Sir Arthur William Currie (1875-1933)

Veterans Affairs Canada Remembrance Moment: 
The Battle of Vimy Ridge 100th Anniversary

Parks Canada

Battle of Vimy Ridge

The Battle of Vimy Ridge began at 5:30 a.m. on Easter Monday, April 9th, 1917. The first wave of 15,000-20,000 Canadian soldiers, many heavily laden with equipment, attacked through the wind-driven snow and sleet into the face of deadly machine gun fire.

Having a bad day?

Everybody has a bad day sometimes.

Pincher Creek Resources
The Pincher Creek Addiction and Mental Health Clinic 403-627-1121
Pincher Creek Parent Link Family Centre - 403-627-5569
Pincher Creek Associate Clinic - 403-627-3321
Napi Friendship Centre - 403-627-4224
Pincher Creek Victim Service Unit - 403-627-6040

24 hour help lines and Alberta Health resources
Mental Health 24 hr Hotline 1-866-332-2322
Distress Line 24 hr Hotline 1-888-787-2880 
Mental Health Helpline 1-877-303-2642 (24/7)

Saturday, April 8, 2017

The Wandering Jew

Phil Burpee
Phil Burpee - Given the troublesome nature of the times, and especially the volatile relationship between and among the three great houses of the Sons of Abraham, the Christians, Moslems and Jews, it is well perhaps to hearken back to certain foundational motifs which still arguably motivate a great deal of what passes for geopolitics these days. Because it tends to be the foundational race motifs that noxiously bubble up when populism and jingoistic noise come to replace discourse and reasoned debate. This is understandable and not surprising, but it is no less dangerous for that exactly because these enduring and vindictive themes have been the source of crusade, pogrom, inquisition, annihilation, banishment and war for many centuries, and they have lost none of their volatility today. Consider the following.

Group Group Youth hiring for two positions



1. Part-Time/Casual Youth Worker
2. Full-time Summer Student Position (Must be a full-time student)

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