G3 began construction of their grain terminal in the County of Vermilion River, just outside Vermilion at the end of March.
According to Brett Malkoske, Vice President of Business Development and Communications. the most noticeable stage in construction will be seen when the concrete is poured for the silos later this year. He said with public health protocols in place to protect against COVID-19, that work is continuing and the facility is scheduled to open in 2021.
The County of Vermilion River (CVR) hosted activities for families at the Vermilion Provincial Park on August 27, and Lindsay Evans Park on August 28.
Representatives from Alberta Environment and Parks, ALUS, and the North Saskatchewan Watershed Alliance were also in attendance.
“Today is about wetland awareness and promoting the importance of wetlands and riparian areas (the vegetation around wetlands). A lot of what we do is work with ALUS and Green Acres programs to he
From left, Cows and Fish Riparian Specialists Jennifer Caudron and Kerri O’Shaughnessy. Photo Angela Mouly The County of Vermilion River hosted a ‘Beavers In our Landscape’ workshop on November 8, at the Red Feather Ridge. Environmental staff and landowners met to discuss benefits and difficulties associated with beavers, along with education, prevention, and extension. According to Kerri O’Shaunessy, Cows and Fish Riparian Specialist, beavers led to the development of Canada
Back row, The Office Of Fire Commissioner, Ross Bennitt, Front row from left, MLA Richard Starke, Director of Protective Services Orest Popil, 1001 Vermilion Graduates Clint McCullough and John Nelson. “You are the ones that run toward danger when everyone else in running away,” said Orest Popil during the Firefighter’s Appreciation Ball on February 10, at the Kitscoty Hall. Dignitaries gathered to honour firefighters and first responders in the greater County of Vermilion Ri