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City Of Whitecourt Government Video4151 Flats Road, Whitecourt, AB.
This is a list of large cities closest to Whitecourt, Canada. A big city usually has a population of at least , and you can often fly into a major airport.
If you need to book a flight, search for the nearest airport to Whitecourt, Canada. Winters are long and cold though milder than many areas farther east, even at lower latitudes , and summers are fairly short and relatively warm.
In the Census of Population conducted by Statistics Canada , the Town of Whitecourt recorded a population of 10, living in 3, of its 4, total private dwellings, a 6.
With a land area of The population of the Town of Whitecourt according to its municipal census is 10,,  a According to Alberta's Municipal Government Act , a town is eligible for city status when it reaches 10, residents.
In the Census , the Town of Whitecourt had a population of 9, living in 3, of its 3, total dwellings, a 7. Whitecourt's economy is largely driven by three major industries — forestry , oil and gas industry and tourism.
Due to Whitecourt and area's forestry heritage, the Canadian Forestry Association named Whitecourt and Woodlands County the "Forest Capital of Canada ".
The aquatic facility comprises a main pool, a children's pool, a leisure pool, a lazy river, a water slide, a hot tub, and a steam room.
The fieldhouse includes a configurable multi-sport area, a track, and racquetball and squash courts. The fitness centre provides cardio training equipment, weight training equipment, and a fitness studio.
Overall, this recreation venue also provides a variety of programming including lessons, classes, and personal training.
Rotary Park, located in the river valley adjacent to downtown, is a multi-use outdoor park facility consisting of a pond stocked with fish that is cleared for skating in the winter, trails, sports fields, playgrounds, picnic areas, an off-leash dog park, and a river slide attraction featuring two flowing artificial creeks with drops for tubing.
The town also features several bike trails, as well as a professionally designed bike park. The Forest Interpretive Centre includes a multi-media museum that presents the forestry industry's role in Whitecourt's history.
Travis Roche and Rocky Thompson are current and former professional hockey players that were raised in Whitecourt. Normand Lacombe is the strength and conditioning coach for the Whitecourt Wolverines of the Alberta Junior Hockey League AJHL ,  and was the head coach of the predecessor Wolverines of the North West Junior Hockey League prior to the AJHL's arrival.
Whitecourt Town Council consists of a mayor and six councillors that were elected in the municipal election.
The current members of town council are Mayor Maryann Chichak and councillors Paul Chauvet, Matt Connell, Ray Hilts, Bill McAree, Tom Pickard, and Derek Schlosser.
The Northern Gateway Public Schools division office is located in Whitecourt. The school division is responsible for public schools within the geography comprising Lac Ste.
Anne County and portions of Woodlands County and the Municipal District of Greenview No. Whitecourt is located within the Whitecourt-Ste.
Anne provincial electoral district , which is represented by Oneil Carlier of the Alberta New Democratic Party. Progressive Conservative George VanderBurg was a four-term MLA for the district until A resident of Whitecourt, VanderBurg was a businessman and the mayor of the town for nine years prior to his entry into provincial politics.
At the federal level, Whitecourt is located within the Yellowhead electoral district, which is represented by Conservative Jim Eglinski. Conservative Rob Merrifield was a four-term MP for the district until Merrifield is a resident of Whitecourt and a farmer.
Other former politicians who lived in Whitecourt include Raj Pannu , Allen Sulatycky and Rod Fox. Pannu, former MLA for Edmonton-Strathcona and former leader of the Alberta New Democratic Party, taught high school in Whitecourt between and Acute and non-acute medical care is provided at the Whitecourt Healthcare Centre.
The full air-service Whitecourt Airport is located west of Whitecourt on the north side of Highway 32, approximately 5 kilometres 3.
It is Alberta's ninth busiest airport with up to 32, aircraft using the airport annually. Numerous carriers offer scheduled charter flights out of the airport.
The CN Sangudo Subdivision provides rail service through Whitecourt from Edmonton to numerous gas plants south of Fox Creek.
The Town of Whitecourt is served by two highways. Highway 43, which is part of the CANAMEX Corridor , is a twinned highway that provides connection to Edmonton to the southeast and Grande Prairie to the northwest.
Highway 32 provides Whitecourt with a direct link to the Yellowhead Highway Highway 16 to the south, which connects the town to Edson and Hinton to the southwest.
Numerous local roads provide connections from Whitecourt to surrounding rural areas within Woodlands County. Within the McLeod River valley, Govenlock Road feeds two rural roads — West Mountain Road Range Road and Tower Road Range Road A — that provide access to numerous country residential subdivisions and some agricultural operations to the south.
Within the Athabasca River valley, Flats Road Township Road , which exits the town following its northern boundary, serves numerous agricultural operations to the east.
On the Hilltop, 41 Avenue Township Road A , which was the original highway alignment into Whitecourt, exits the town eastbound for the Hamlet of Blue Ridge.
This road is commonly referred to as Blue Ridge Road. Whitecourt is served by two weekly papers, the Sun Media owned Whitecourt Star ,  the independent Whitecourt Press ,  and the monthly Community Advisor.
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June 1, - Find out why Donald Trump is being demonized by the mainstream media. You will be surprised as some of his policies, and how they challenge the establishment.
May 1, - Global Warming and environmental degradation are the subject of this month's editorial. As usual, the mainstream media promotes things we all desire in a way that increases the power of those behind the scenes.
If this includes damaging the planet along with the freedom of the individuals, such has always been the way of the world.
Which doesn't mean it can't change where communication technologies hold more and more promise to break the misused information monopoly.
April 1, - Ontario is quietly introducing a basic income pilot in it's new budget. This month the Advisor explores the history of another basic income project in C anada, and focuses on other models.
The other models involve an honest money system and a national dividend as a right, rather than something bestowed by a government that involves intrusive monitoring.
March 1, - The peasants are restless. Grassroots and populist movements are growing in North America with the radical Bernie Sanders a serious presidential candidate.
In Europe, a pan-European movement has been established to try to force transparency and accountability onto the European Union elites.
In Canada, there is not much happening yet, but Alberta once led the way in change economics during the Great Depression, so this country may yet wake up and get on board.
February 1, - This issue examines the concept of what is known as bail-ins in the financial world. This is relatively new phenomena, whereby insolvent banks are not rescued by taxpayer dollars, but instead get to confiscate the money of their depositors.
In essence, bank robbery has now been redefined for such unlucky depositors. January 1, - Read all about the various efforts around the world to create an honest money system.
Tiny Switzerland and Iceland are currently leading the way in dissallowing private banks to create money from nothing and loan it at compound interest.
December 1, - Merry Christmas one and all. Check out the December issue for Christmas greetings in many languages, and celebration greetings from many cultures.
November 1, - To some the results of the federal election was a surprise. However, in reality nothing really significant was changed.
The taxpayer is still there to get fleeced by private institutions who create money from thin air and then charge interest on it, in the greatest fraud in history.
The system is also divorced from any real environmental sustainabiity requirements. Prime among this is the incessant needless, soul destroying busy-work whose sole purpose is to churn and burn resources so that enough money may flow to keep the debt slavery system from collapse.
Change is coming though, not least through record low interest rates. October 1, - The NDP seems determined to teach us 'embarrassing cousins' proper etiquette.
This includes giving unacceptable raises to high salary civil servants, firing the our highly qualified representative to the U.
One could almost start making a list of the damage to undo, once the NDP leaves the type of economic mess it is known for leaving.
September 1, - This month, we cover how governments can subvert democracy by discriminating against 'whistle blowing' press.
This is done through government funding and purchasing, including advertising. Governments at all levels, the federal, provincial and muncipal can indulge in this form of corruption.
Also, read up on how most of our debt is of the 'odious' type, and should not be repaid. August 1, - Lots of summer happenings in this issue of the Advisor, as Whitecourt has the facilities for 'staycations'.
On the monetary reform front, Greece bows to pressure applied by the international monetary masters. The goal is the same for the financial tricksters.
That is; they demand more payments from the people, while giving less back in services. July 1, - This month, we discuss the ramifications of the NDP hiring ex-central banker David Dodge to report on Alberta's capital expenditure plan.
We also cover how the Bank of Canada, at one time, created a substantial portion of Canada's money supply.
Because this institution is publicly owned, interest payments went back into government coffers, helping keep taxes and deficits low.
June 1, - Read the story of how the people of Iceland stood up to the international banking shennanigans, and won.
You won't read about it anywhere else in the west, lest people get ideas about getting rid of odious debt.
Also covered is how our so-called democratic decisions are ultimately controlled by the money power. May 1, - The electoral process is considered through the lens of how money is created and who creates it.
Ellen Brown does a study on how the international banking system is directly subverting democracy in Greece, as that country struggles with imposed austerity.
The debt problem that Greece has is largely a function of how the money system works, and how Goldman Sachs hedged bets and engaged in other monetary shennanigans.
April 1, - The Alberta budget blues are put in perspective. Bottom line is the modern money and hence bugetary process are ultimately controlled by unelected private bankers.
A prime illustration of this is that during the Great Depression, there was little money to hire people for productive purposes, yet as soon as WWII started virtually unlimited amounts of money became available to essentially build things to blow up in the fight against fascism.
Where did this money magically come from? March 1, - Private Banks have stepped up the attack on the Public Banking movement, now that this initiative is gathering steam.
They have been unable to refute the stellar example set forward by the publicly owned Bank of North Dakota, so they have reverted to unwarranted cries of 'unfairness.
Now the idea that private entities can create money from nothing could perhaps be adjudged the epitome of unfairness in a modern economy is something that of course goes unmentioned.
February 1, - This month the growing international backlash against the international money system is covered.
Countries from Russia to Greece are rising in open rebellion against this outrageous money system. Russia has got to the point they have appointed a special prosecutor to investigate their privately owned central bank.
Aside from the monetary reform, lighter fare is included such as local news, bad jokes, local history and the usual. In groundbreaking news for monetary reformers, for the first time ever, the topic of how money is created was discussed by a democratic government.
The House of Commons in the U. Imagine, democratic representatives actually discussing the reality of probably a topic most of their constituents consider of overwhelming importance.
Almost like doctors getting permission to talk about the dangers of cigarette smoking. December 1, - Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to one and all.
This month we have a Christmas story to go along with the usual in-depth look at our economics. As well, our computer column warns about phone scams that are becoming more and more prevalent.
November 1, - The Advisor continues on exposing how our money system operates to keep the average citizen in unpayable debt. We also provide more information the highly questionable practice of putting the industrial waste of fluoride in town water supplies.
As usual, there are bad jokes to lighten things up, along with local issues. October 1, - Read about secret U. Ellen Brown covers how financial giants are squaring off in the court room as allegations of fraud abound.
September 1, - Happy Labour Day. Now is a good time to think about where our promised work liesure went, and why our share of government debt, and taxes, are so high.
There is a connection in how money is created from nothing, as debt, at compound interest. This month, the editorial also covers how easy today's change agents have it in countries such as Canada.
We have a lot to be thankful for, for the changes agents that went through great travails to increase human rights.
August 1, - This month the Advisor looks at how central banks are buying up the planet, using money printed out of thin air. A serious problem is that the West, inexplicably gives the right to create money from nothing to private interests, who thereafter charge the government compound interest.
Other governments, such as the Chinese, directly create their own money to game these assets, which gives them a great advantage in aquiring the assets of the West.
No central banks, of course should be allowed to create money to buy assets, in that they are not earning them, they are in essence obtaining them fraudulently.
July 1, - Check out the details on winning a new laptop in the latest issue of the Advisor. More importantly, look at the articles on how we are supposedly in too much debt.
Get involved and turn what is really a lying structure that gives us a false democracy and help create a true one.
June 1, - While the Advisor continues with its truly groundbreaking articles on how our money system really works, and how this affects our democracy, we are also ramping up our coverage of local events.
Stay tuned for more analysis of municipal and local issues. May 1, - Welcome to spring, or at least it will be when the snow goes away. In this issue, Ellen Brown details how U.
Federal government institutions are actually going after the big banks in the latest scandal to emerge from these behemoths. We also announce the winner of the Advisor contest to modify the CN pedestrian bridge monstrosity.
April 1, - Ellen Brown covers how banks make a very high interest charge through credit cards, even if you pay off your card every month. They do this by charging merchants a fee, which is of course added to retail prices, making you pay more regardless.
March 1, - Yup, yet more monetary reform and information on the chemical fluoride. Never give up, is a good saying from a mentor of mine, keeping in mind the concept of change that is absolutely needed according to any fair assessment of the evidence.
Once again, please sponsor our sponsors if it fits your needs; as our experiment in printing a media that truly pushes free enterprise and democracy.
February 1, - Our series on fluoridation continues, with Canada, and more specifically Alberta, being behind most of the developed nations of the world in eliminating this highly questionable substance from the water supply.
Ellen Brown continues her work in bringing awareness to the flaws in our money system, wherein private banks literally create money from thin air and loan it out at compound interest.
The usual bad jokes and local news round out the issue. In January the Advisor continues to focus on the dangers of fluoridation. As usual, we also continue to report on how our money system really works.
This reporting is critical to a democratic society, where so much is affected by money and more specifically fraudulent indebtedness.
December 1, - Merry Christmas, and all the best in the New Year; from the only mass circulation print media that tells it like it is in regards to how our money system really works.
November 1, - In November we both praise and criticize the people who bring truth and transparency to media, but who focus on individuals and specific corporations, rather than the bad systems that are mostly to blame.
In short, a problem must be solved at the level it was created at; and the level that many of today's most serious problems operate at is the global level.
October 1, - This month we feature Garry Davis, a visionary activist for both the causes of widepread ownership of productive property and of world peace through a world government.
Davis passed last month, at the age of As usual, Ellen Brown and yours truly focused on the almost unbelievable injustice inherent in our money system and the institutions that are intertwined with that money system.
September 1, - In September we take a look at the push for financial literacy in schools. This is an excellent idea.
However, since the schools, along with our mainstream media, tell whopping big lies about our debt and compound interest based money system, indoctrination, rather than education would be a good description for this effort.
No doubt the great majority of educators and politicians pushing for this course have no idea how our money system really works and are as well-intentioned as any other person.
Still, with the Internet sources of information today, one would hope to see a growing awareness and consequent action on the part of these leaders. August 1, - The focus on the Just Third Way continues in the August issue, illustrating a true free market approach to ending poverty and empowering each and every individual through direct ownership of the means of production.
The new Whitecourt history book is also excerpted and guest columnist Ashley Fischer writes about 3 major employers in town.
July 1, - Happy Canada Day. This month's Advisor examines the new economics known as Binary Economics. The Just Third Way is an important part of this breakthrough in how national economic affairs are handled.
Past and present efforts to bring this economic democracy to the forefront are covered; including Canadian efforts in the 's, when it seemed minds were more open and politicians more adventurous and forward looking than today.
This can always change, as the deteriorating world financial system creates pressure for new ways of doing things beyond our year old, fraudulent monetary system.
June 1, - Guest columnist Norm Bailey writes on an ownership society. Rather than take anything from exisiting owners, widespread ownership of productive property would be accomplished by loaning out the trillions that the banking system creates from nothing each year.
Traditionally, only connected institutions are able to obtain this new money. In a democracy, all citizens should have access to this new capital.
May 1, - Well the international banking system is at it again. Ellen Brown writes about how some deposits were confiscated from people in Cyprus, and how the G20 is moving towards similar policies in the U.
The plan is to seize bank deposits from customers to bail out banks if they get in trouble from their derivatives gambling. Just when you thought there no possible way the international banking system can get any more unjust, they show that it can be done.
April 1, - Ellen Brown covers off growing awareness of our dishonest money system in Italy and Iceland.
This was reflected in national legislation in Iceland that protected the people from the worst of the depredations of the predatory international financial system.
In Italy, there was some electoral success for the forces of monetary reform. You can read all about it starting on page 6. March 1, - The trial balloon of an Alberta sales tax has hit the mainstream media.
Once again, the Advisor is only mass produced media product that correctly ties excessive taxation to how our money is created as debt at compound interest.
February 1, - The new issue of the Community Advisor has hit the streets. In this issue, we continue publicizing what is by far the most important news for citizens of a democracy: and that is how our money is created by private interests, with compound interest charges attached.
January 1, - The Community Advisor experiment is now entering its 10th year. By experiment, we mean creating a small town mass media print project that constitutes a free press.Sichern Sie sich tolle Angebote und buchen Sie Ihr Hotel in Whitecourt, Kanada online. Gute Verfügbarkeiten und attraktive Preise. Lesen Sie. Umgebungspläne von Whitecourt (AB) Kanada, Lage von Einkaufszentren, Vancouver (BC): hotels · Whistler (BC): hotels · Quebec City (QC): Beliebtes Hotel, Canadas Best Value Inn Whitecourt Whitecourt: 15 hotels (BC): hotels · Vancouver (BC): hotels · Quebec City (QC): hotels. The IANA time zone identifier for Whitecourt is America/Edmonton. Sunrise, sunset, day length and solar time for Whitecourt New York City, +2 Stunden.