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NOV
28
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Clubroot in the County

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Clubroot is a serious soil-borne disease affecting crops around Alberta, several in the County are affected, Is your field infected? Including canola, mustard and other crops in the cabbage family. Cole crop vegetables, for example, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, Chinese cabbage, kale, kohlrabi, radish, rutabaga and turnip, are susceptible to clubroot, as are many cruciferous weeds, for example, wild mustard, stinkweed and shepherd’s purse. Find out where clubroot... More...
NOV
22
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Upcoming Events with Lakeland Agriculture Research Association

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Keep up to date with all LARA upcoming events by visiting their Facebook page. More...
NOV
14
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Volunteer Fire Fighters Wanted

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Mallaig Fire Department is accepting applications for volunteer fire fighters! Fill out an application form at the Mallaig Fire Hall at Mallaig, Alberta, T0A 2K0. Applications will be accepted until Friday, December 14th, 2018. Qualifications required: 19 years of age or older Class 5 Driver's License In good health A clean criminal record For more information, visit the Mallaig Fire Hall website or phone the Fire Chief Raymond Brosseau at 780-614-0772. More...
NOV
13
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Assessors In Your Area

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To complete assessments for 2018, Assessors will be conducting physical inspections of properties throughout the County. When assessors enter onto your property, their vehicles will be clearly marked with the County of St. Paul’s name and they will also be carrying identification tags. If someone is on your property without an identification tag claiming to be an assessor, please call the County office at 780-780- 645-3301. Your cooperation with Assessor’s is greatly ap... More...
NOV
06
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Collaboration with our Urban Neighbours

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Intermunicipal Collaboration Frameworks (ICF) Project Recent amendments made to the Municipal Government Act (MGA) by the Province of Alberta require all municipalities to adopt Intermunicipal Collaboration Frameworks (ICFs) with each municipal neighbor that shares a common boundary. ICFs promote intermunicipal collaboration, specifically in relation to the provision of services to residents. To fulfill this mandate, the County of St. Paul, along with its municipal partners the Town o... More...
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