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Ashmont Fire Department
Address: 59413 Rg Rd 113 Ashmont, Alberta Canada
T0A 0C0
Long Business Description:

Fire Chief James Preston 780-210-5161 (cell)
Deputy Fire Chief Wendell Baerg 780-614-5791 (cell)

Please join us on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month at 7:00 p.m. located at 59413 Rg. Rd 113, Ashmont, Alberta.

Business Phone Number: (780) 210-5161
Address: 5015-49 Ave St. Paul, AB Canada T0A 3A4
T0A3A4
Long Business Description:

The County of St. Paul is located two hours northeast of Edmonton and has a diversified economy with tourism, agriculture, and oil and gas activity. The main trade centres are the towns of St. Paul and Elk Point. ATTRACTIONS & EVENTS 2017 marks the 50th anniversary of St. Paul’s main attraction – the world’s first UFO landing pad, which was built in 1967 as a Canadian centennial project. Watch for special celebrations in 2017 to commemorate this milestone. Adjoining the landing pad is the Visitor Information Centre. History enthusiasts will enjoy touring Musée St. Paul, a museum which showcases the town’s origins as a Métis colony, the arrival of the homesteaders and the agricultural history of the area. Explore the historic Destrubé House – a building that was owned by some of the earliest settlers northeast of St. Paul. It definitely makes an interesting attraction as part of the museum. Come to the Open House on June 11th. Stop in at Saddle Lake, located west of St. Paul, to see the Cree Indian metal sculpture and the Saddle Lake Museum. Enjoy the Pow Wow in late June annually. Just north of town, the Boscombe Country Corral hosts the annual Hillbilly Jam on July 7-9, 2017. The very popular Haying in the 30’s takes place in Mallaig early August. St. Paul’s signature event is the Lakeland Rodeo Association Finals held on the September long weekend, with a full week of festivities leading up to this event. OUTDOORS An abundance of lakes, tourist attractions, camping facilities and golf courses await visitors in the county region. Golf 18 holes in St. Paul, or further north in the County is the Mann Lake Golf Course. The County of St. Paul operates four recreation facilities: Westcove, Lac Bellevue, Stoney Lake, and Floating Stone Lake, all complete with serviced sites, showers and an on-site caretaker. Further east in the county, there are a number of lakes around Elk Point, great for boating and camping. Go camping along the North Saskatchewan River east of Elk Point at Heinsburg, or south of St. Paul in a pristine wilderness setting at the secluded Bear Ridge Campground. Visitors can also enjoy camping all summer long at Mallaig beach on Vincent Lake just south of Mallaig. MORE OUTDOORS The Iron Horse Trail, is a multi-use, recreational trail that runs the length of what was the Canadian National Railway line—starting in Waskatenau, going all the way to the Saskatchewan border. It’s popular year-round with horse riders, hikers, cyclists, skiers, snowmobilers, and ATV users. Located next to the trail, the staging area in the town of St. Paul now boasts a 14-stall shelter for wagon and horse riders looking to make a stop in town. This is in addition to the fully serviced camping sites and the pond, where visitors can fish during summer long weekends and skate in the winter. The area has plenty of room for trailers to unload ATVs and snowmobiles. It’s a perfect place to start and end a day on the trail. Other trailheads in the county are located at Mallaig, Elk Point, Lindbergh and Heinsburg. Heinsburg is a scenic spot along the North Saskatchewan River. In spring and fall, tap your toes during jamborees held at the Heinsburg Community Hall. Stop by the Railway Theme Park to see the impressive restored 60,000 gallon CN water tower and CN station. EAT SHOP STAY For some fresh produce, be sure to visit the impressive St. Paul Farmers’ Market held every Friday morning year-round at the St. Paul Recreation Centre. For a great selection of fabric, stop by Yvonne’s Gone Quilting on the Quilting Tour and for some eclectic treasures visit Loree’s Antiques & Collectibles on the Antique Tour. For a mixture of items, including native crafts, check out St. Brides Trading Post. When you are all shopped out, relax and book a stay at the Canalta Hotel in St. Paul. Looking to purchase an RV? Be sure to visit Smyl RV with locations in St. Paul and Cold Lake. For some Greek cuisine you must eat at Little Greek Dining.

Business Phone Number: (780) 645-3301
Business Fax: (780) 645-3104
City: St. Paul
Province: Alberta
Country: Canada
GPS Coordinates: 53°59’25.3″N 111°17’54.3″W
Evergreen Regional Landfill
Long Business Description:

Hours of Operation Monday – Friday: 8:00 am to 4:30 pm *Closed Saturday & Sundays and all Statutory Holidays

The Evergreen Regional Landfill site is located 28 km southwest of St. Paul (west of St. Paul on Highway 28 and turn south on Range Road 104) and is used for waste disposal.

Evergreen Regional Waste Management Services Commission is made up of seven Municipalities. County of St. Paul #19, Town of St. Paul, County of Smoky Lake, Town of Smoky Lake, Town of Elk Point, Village of Vilna and the Village of Waskatenau. Evergreen Regional landfill opened to the public in January, of 2005. Evergreen Regional landfill is a Class 11 landfill.

Evergreen Regional Waste Management Services Commission has five full time employees. Commission Manager, Site Operator, Equipment Operator, Transfer station Operator, and a Scales Operator/Bookkeeper. Three employees on site are certified landfill Operators.

Materials Accepted at Regional Landfill:

Residential Solid Waste
Yard/Garden Refuse
Non-Hazardous Solide Waster from Institutional, Commercial or Industrial Sources

Rates at Regional Landfill:

$50.00/tonne for Commission Partners
$57.00/tonne for Non-partners of Commission
Fridges and Freezers = $20.00
Commercial Demolition Material (Shingles, Cement, Non-Burnable)
1/2 ton = $ 7.50 (minimum charge)
1 ton = $15.00 (minimum charge)
Tandem (10 yds) = $25.00 or $20.00/metric ton
Cement/Shingles = $10.00/metric ton

No Fee Disposals:

Appliances (stoves, washers, dryers, dishwashers, microwaves, hot water tanks, barbeques)
Household and office furniture (tables and chairs, couches, mattresses, desks, TV’s, stereos, computers)
Unbagged leaves, grass, garden waste for composting
Salvageable Scrap Metal
Burnable Materials
Tires
Trees, Shrubs
Wet Batteries (cars)
Dry Batteriies (dry cell)
Please note there is $100.00 penalty charge/metric ton if staff has to sort.

Business Website Address: http://www.evergreenwaste.ca
Business Phone Number: (780) 210-5001
City: St. Paul
Province: Alberta
Country: Canada
Address: Ashmont, Alberta Canada
Long Business Description:

The Hamlet of Ashmont is located approximately 33 kilometres (21 mi) northwest of the Town of St. Paul. It has an elevation of 2073 feet (632 m). Population of Ashmont is approximately 190. The prominent businesses and amenities which are situated within the Hamlet of Ashmont are listed as the following: Porky’s Bar & Grill, Confectionary, Post Office, Liquor Store, Seniors Complex, Public Library, Schools, Church, Mom’s & Tot’s, Ag Society, Fire Dept & Hall, Legion Hall, Ashmont Septic & Water Hauling and Chorney Water Drilling. Ashmont is surrounded by numerous lakes, such as Upper Mann lake, Batty Lake, Lottie Lake, Floatingstone Lake and Garner Lake. Many provincial recreation area are established on the shores of these lakes. Ashmont began as a farming community in the early part of the 20th century. At its peak in the 1960’s it boasted a grain elevator, four general stores, a pool hall, Legion Hall, two gas stations and a school. As is typical of many small rural communities it has fallen on hard times. Only one store remains, kept alive by the local lake communities and a relatively large school (K to 12).

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Address: 59413 Rg Rd 113 Ashmont, Alberta Canada
T0A 0C0
Long Business Description:

Fire Chief James Preston 780-210-5161 (cell)
Deputy Fire Chief Wendell Baerg 780-614-5791 (cell)

Please join us on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month at 7:00 p.m. located at 59413 Rg. Rd 113, Ashmont, Alberta.

Business Phone Number: (780) 210-5161
Address: 5015-49 Ave St. Paul, AB Canada T0A 3A4
T0A3A4
Long Business Description:

The County of St. Paul is located two hours northeast of Edmonton and has a diversified economy with tourism, agriculture, and oil and gas activity. The main trade centres are the towns of St. Paul and Elk Point. ATTRACTIONS & EVENTS 2017 marks the 50th anniversary of St. Paul’s main attraction – the world’s first UFO landing pad, which was built in 1967 as a Canadian centennial project. Watch for special celebrations in 2017 to commemorate this milestone. Adjoining the landing pad is the Visitor Information Centre. History enthusiasts will enjoy touring Musée St. Paul, a museum which showcases the town’s origins as a Métis colony, the arrival of the homesteaders and the agricultural history of the area. Explore the historic Destrubé House – a building that was owned by some of the earliest settlers northeast of St. Paul. It definitely makes an interesting attraction as part of the museum. Come to the Open House on June 11th. Stop in at Saddle Lake, located west of St. Paul, to see the Cree Indian metal sculpture and the Saddle Lake Museum. Enjoy the Pow Wow in late June annually. Just north of town, the Boscombe Country Corral hosts the annual Hillbilly Jam on July 7-9, 2017. The very popular Haying in the 30’s takes place in Mallaig early August. St. Paul’s signature event is the Lakeland Rodeo Association Finals held on the September long weekend, with a full week of festivities leading up to this event. OUTDOORS An abundance of lakes, tourist attractions, camping facilities and golf courses await visitors in the county region. Golf 18 holes in St. Paul, or further north in the County is the Mann Lake Golf Course. The County of St. Paul operates four recreation facilities: Westcove, Lac Bellevue, Stoney Lake, and Floating Stone Lake, all complete with serviced sites, showers and an on-site caretaker. Further east in the county, there are a number of lakes around Elk Point, great for boating and camping. Go camping along the North Saskatchewan River east of Elk Point at Heinsburg, or south of St. Paul in a pristine wilderness setting at the secluded Bear Ridge Campground. Visitors can also enjoy camping all summer long at Mallaig beach on Vincent Lake just south of Mallaig. MORE OUTDOORS The Iron Horse Trail, is a multi-use, recreational trail that runs the length of what was the Canadian National Railway line—starting in Waskatenau, going all the way to the Saskatchewan border. It’s popular year-round with horse riders, hikers, cyclists, skiers, snowmobilers, and ATV users. Located next to the trail, the staging area in the town of St. Paul now boasts a 14-stall shelter for wagon and horse riders looking to make a stop in town. This is in addition to the fully serviced camping sites and the pond, where visitors can fish during summer long weekends and skate in the winter. The area has plenty of room for trailers to unload ATVs and snowmobiles. It’s a perfect place to start and end a day on the trail. Other trailheads in the county are located at Mallaig, Elk Point, Lindbergh and Heinsburg. Heinsburg is a scenic spot along the North Saskatchewan River. In spring and fall, tap your toes during jamborees held at the Heinsburg Community Hall. Stop by the Railway Theme Park to see the impressive restored 60,000 gallon CN water tower and CN station. EAT SHOP STAY For some fresh produce, be sure to visit the impressive St. Paul Farmers’ Market held every Friday morning year-round at the St. Paul Recreation Centre. For a great selection of fabric, stop by Yvonne’s Gone Quilting on the Quilting Tour and for some eclectic treasures visit Loree’s Antiques & Collectibles on the Antique Tour. For a mixture of items, including native crafts, check out St. Brides Trading Post. When you are all shopped out, relax and book a stay at the Canalta Hotel in St. Paul. Looking to purchase an RV? Be sure to visit Smyl RV with locations in St. Paul and Cold Lake. For some Greek cuisine you must eat at Little Greek Dining.

Business Phone Number: (780) 645-3301
Business Fax: (780) 645-3104
City: St. Paul
Province: Alberta
Country: Canada
GPS Coordinates: 53°59’25.3″N 111°17’54.3″W
Address: St. Paul, Alberta Canada
Business Phone Number: (780) 645-5195
City: St. Paul
Province: Alberta
Country: Canada
GPS Coordinates: 53°59’16.9″N 111°17’30.1″W
Address: Mallaig Alberta, Canada
Long Business Description:

Mallaig is the host of Haying in the 30’s Cancer Support Society. This Society was formed to help cancer victims financially with their expenses incurred when faced with this disease. Haying in the 30’s is held every year on August long weekend with thousands of people enjoy the activities, food and comradery. Your admission is a donation to the cause.

As they hear of people diagnosed with cancer and undergoing treatments, they do their best to help them out with cost of transportation, lodging, fuel cost,etc.

In order to qualify, you must have cancer and are taking treatments. Unfortunately, they have had to make drastic changes to the processing structure for recipient payments.

You can read more about on their website at www.hayinginthe30s.com

Some of the prominent businesses and amenities which are situated in the Hamlet of Mallaig are listed as the following: General Store, Bar/Tavern, Fertilizer Plant, School, Public Library, ATB, Curling, Arena, Fire Department, Hair Salon, Senior Lodging, Canadian Legion, Churches, Mom’s & Tot’s, TOPS Weight Watchers, Ball diamonds, Ag Society, 4-H club, Landfill, Honey Farm, Auto Body, Post Office, Gas Station.

Mallaig is only a few minutes from one of the County’s main campground which is Westcove. You can check it out under Campgrounds on the County Website.

The Hamlet was one of the many communities that spawned due to the construction of the railroad in Western Canada during the early 1900’s. As the 20th century progressed, the railway has been removed, and has been replaced by the Iron Horse Trail, which is a long, recreational trail intended for all-terrain vehicles. You can check out their website at www.travelalberta.com

City: Mallaig
Province: Alberta
Country: Canada
GPS Coordinates: 54°12’34.2″N 111°21’56.3″W
Address: Alberta, Canada
Long Business Description:

24 hour service

Business Phone Number: (800) 668-6868
Address: St. Paul Alberta, Canada
Business Phone Number: 780) 645-8858
City: St. Paul
Province: Alberta
Country: Canada
GPS Coordinates: 53°59’16.9″N 111°17’30.1″W