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Southeast Alberta 687 TRADES


EMPLOYMENT OP- PORTUNITY IF you have experience (drill push, derrick hand, seismic su- pervisor, plant op- erator, etc.) in any upstream or down- stream operations and are looking to- ward developing your skill as a safety professional, you may be a fit for our growing company. Required Qualifica- tions: Minimum 3 years experience and knowledge in upstream oil & gas operations, includ- ing, but not limited to, drilling rigs, well servicing, pipeline, construction, and seismic? Ability to understand and in- terpret OH&S regu- lations and codes? Strong interpersonal skills with a high level of organiza- tional abilities? Must have a clean and valid Driver‚s Ab- stract? Working knowledge of com- puters including MS Office Suite Please send resumes to careers@unit- edsafety.net or call (403)945-5000


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CURRENTLY PUR- CHASING LAMBS, Slaughter Ewes & Breeding Ewes. **Top Prices Paid! Call Blaine (403) 312-1279


SUFFIELD BLOCK HORSE Foals for sale and a few year- lings. Strong, high quality. Historic equine experience of a lifetime. Due to the trauma of the Horse Industry, numbers of these horses are critically low. High quality horse hay for sale – 100% grass and 80% grass – solid round bales. Arnold McKee - evenings 403-664-2046.


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ATTENTION RESI- DENTIAL SCHOOL SURVIVORS! If you received the CEP (Common Experi- ence Payment), you may be eligible for further Cash Com- pensation. To see if you qualify, phone toll free 1-877-988-1145 now. Free service!


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BICKNER TRUCKING LTD. IS EXPANDING


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PRAIRIE POST - Friday, September 9, 2011 - 29 RCMP focus on distracted drivers and school CONTRIBUTED


The RCMP are announcing the month of September is expected to be a busy time for the Taber/Vauxhall officers and throughout the province. On Sept. 1, the Province’s Distracted Driving legislation came into force. Students made their way back to school. They already had a busy Labour Day (see Page 3). The RCMP along with their Road Safety Partners will be


stationed at key locations to remind people good decisions surrounding safe driving habits, obeying school zone speed limits and responsible alcohol use can save lives and reduce injury on provincial roadways. “Every day, our officers patrol area highways with a


focus on driver behavior that poses risk for themselves and other road users,” explained Taber’s Sgt.Tom Cooke. “I believe that the new Distracted Driving legislation will assist our officers in effectively dealing with distracted driving which is one of the causal factors for motor vehicle collisions. As of Sept. 1, another ‘tool’ will be added to our members’ ‘tool box’ in our efforts to promote public safety for motorists, students and other Albertans. Motorists should be vigilant concerning their driving at all times but especially now with the upcoming school year about to begin. Attentive driving, making good driving decisions such as obeying school zone speed limits and the safe use of alcohol is everyone’s responsibility. It is hoped our efforts will lead to alert, safe and sober driving.” The RCMP is asking motorists to keep the following in mind before they head out onto Alberta roadways: • A charge under the Distracted Driving legislation


carries a $172 fine with no demerits; • When driving do not talk on your hand-held cellular phone and do not use your cellular phone to text; • When driving do not use electronic devices such as laptop computers, video games, cameras, video


entertainment displays and programming portable audio players (eg:Mp3 players/ipods); • When driving do not do personal grooming like combing your hair, applying make-up, shaving or brushing your teeth; • When driving do not do use a two-way radio communication commonly referred to as a CB (Citizen’s Band) radio (some exemptions apply). Further information in regards to the new Distracted Driving legislation can be found at Saferoads.com.


Swift Current Crime Stoppers PRAIRIE POST — ppost@prairiepost.com


Swift Current City RCMP are seeking help with solving some crimes that took place over the course of the last month. Between Aug. 20-22, a garage was broken into on Sixth Avenue southeast. Extensive damage was done to a classic car being stored in the garage. That same weekend, vehicles belonging to Auto 1 and United Motors had gas siphoned from their tanks and some items were damaged and stolen at both businesses. Police are also seeking help to identify an unknown person stole copper pipe from a business located on the 100 block of Eighth Avenue northwest between Aug. 4-18. They are also searching for any tips on who smashed the windshields of vehicles with Alberta plates at the Credit Union i-plex between the July 23-24 after the Redneck Betties’ roller derby bout against Lethbridge. Anybody with information regarding any of these crimes are asked to contact the RCMP at 778- 4870 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).


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