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The community was formed in the place known by the Cree as Sagitawah the place where the rivers meet. While the first Hudson's Bay Company trading post was established in , the first permanent resident on the present day town site was John Goodwin, who settled here in In , with the expansion of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway , immigrants were encouraged by Premier Arthur Lewis Sifton to settle in the vast scarcely inhabited area between Edmonton and the Peace River Country.
White was the son-in-law of former Kansas governor John W. Leedy who also settled in the community. 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. December 1, - In December, ideas are explored about what the occupy movement can turn into, now that the encampments are being dismantled.
Also discussed is the relationship between magazine Adbusters, which sparked the movement, and foundations; most specifically one linked to Wall Street billionaire George Soros.
November 1, - The focus this issue is on the growing 'occupy' movement. Whether this will be a flash in the pan, or the beginning of sustantiative financial change remains to be seen.
Those who are aware of how our debt money and compound interest system are increasingly incompatible in the modern world, can see some natural allies that push to change the system that will likely benefit all involved.
October 1, - The case against a fluoridation proponent from Alberta Health is in the October issue. Alternative views on the Libyan intervention and interest rates are also presented.
If you want news that the mainstream media ignores or downplays, all issues of the Advisor are online by clicking magazine cover at right.
September 1, - Town Council will host an information session on fluoride, with both sides of the issue represented by health care professionals.
A column debunking the latest Alberta Health arguments for continuance of fluoridation is included this month.
With the global economic situation worsening, there is a call to at least start prototyping an information age money system to replace our current year old system wherein almost all money is created as debt, at compound interest.
August 1, - In August, the Advisor continues its educational efforts around the fluoride issue, with guest columnist Serena Lapointe once again leading the way.
Once again, what Canon Peter Challen referred to as the lying structure that surrounds our money system is brought to light.
Juxtaposing the mainstream media's silence on what is really causing the debt choking nations with their extensive coverage of the tabloid voicemail hacking affair provides an exercise in irony.
July 1, - For July, the emphasis is on the fluoridation issue. There seems to be growing resistance to the idea of stopping fluoridation.
At least part of this could be coming from the involvement of Alberta Health. In this, Whitecourt is experiencing what other communities have in eliminating what is a dubious practice regarding our tap water.
To get informed about this issue, please read July's Community Advisor and do your own research online. June 1, - In June, the Advisor continues its focus on human rights, this time through guest columnist Marjorie Cohn and an editoria that look at the U.
Columnist Ellen Brown, as usual, provides a no-nonsense look at the debt-peonage resulting from our current monetary system.
Global Research at globalresearch. May 1, - In May, the human rights advocacy continues for North America.
This month the story is told of Whitecourt resident Murray Danard, who started out on a family vacation to Mexico and ended up in a U.
Danard was a tourist plain and simple,who repeatedly stated all he wanted to do was go home to Canada. As usual, our contributing columists present important issues that do not make it into the corporate media.
April 1, - The April issue has a bit on the new federal election, and as usual, a lot on the powers who greatly influence our elected representatives.
The editorial deals with what could be described as shocking human rights abuses that took place during last summer's G20 meeting.
The Canadian Civil Liberties Association is calling for a public inquiry, and all indications are that such an investigation is needed to ensure Canada remains a leader in respecting human rights.
March 1, - Binary economics is featured in March's issue of the Community Advisor. It is tough reading for most people, simply because our institutions are set up to destroy real economic knowledge, primarily through misdirection about how our money system reall works.
February 1, - This month's issue carries an essay on monetary reform by one of the political parties that speaks openly about how our money system works.
Which is to say, they like to practice real democracy. The editorial focuses on how the label of 'right wing' serves to confuse political issues, more than clarify them.
January 1, - Happy New Year and here's to keeping the best of the old, and bringing in new ideas where the old one's aren't working.
An eye-opening excerpt on Michael Hudson's new book on the excesses of Wall Street is included with this month's Advisor.
Regular contributer Ellen Brown shows how currency manipulation has been used through history as a weapon against opponents.
The editorial discusses ideas about Wikileaks that comprise what is hopefully a valuable part of both the mainstream and alternative press viewpoints.
December 1, - This month, the meaning of Christmas is the topic of the editorial, which not exactly a novel approach for an editorial.
What is unique about the Advisor is how the article relates to the accompanying articles on the money system. Regular contributor Ellen Brown illustrates how China's money system gives it an unfair trade advantage far, far beyond what might be occassioned by an artificially low yuan.
Former Whitehouse insider Paul Craig Roberts covers the increasing moves towards a police state in the U. November 1, - For Remembrance Day there is the usual Honour Roll and photos, but a tiny bit of the reality of war is also brought home by a short excerpt from a first hand account of the front lines.
Ellen Brown brings news from the U. The result is there is no clear ownership of many homes. The controversy around the tragedy is also a topic.
October 1, - There is a new local emphasis this month. Monetary reform education remains an important part of the magazine, but there is more balance now with local issues.
The acclaimation of Town Council is the subject of the editorial. Ex-councillor Larry McConnell also displays the cheque he received for defamation from the Town's insurers, while commenting on what he perceives as a culture of vindicativeness on the part of the Town.
This last concept could be explored in more detail in future issues, depending on how the evidence or lack thereof piles up for this idea. September 1, - This month's editorial contains the newsflash that the mainstream media published a column by ex-deputy PM Paul Hellyer that explained in no uncertain terms how money is created, and the problems created by compound interest.
Utne Reader also came clean in a column by founder Eric Utne. Rockin good news. Canadians have also come up with another great video on monetary reform.
Google keywords Oh Canada and monetary reform to buy this excellent info product. With the growing selection of monetary reform publications, the Advisor will return to a more balanced coverage with much of the magazine given over to local events.
August 1, - The new issue of the Community Advisor is out. The focus this in the editorial this month is on the centuries long contest between the Church and the Money Power.
For more of important news that is rarely reported, see our issue online, or get one today from Whitecourt and area outlets.
Here's to making us truly strong and free. Ellen Brown has two excellent articles in this issue, illuminating how our money system really works.
The editorial examines how the debt bubble can be burst, while Wikileaks shows promise of becoming 'the people's intelligence agency'.
June 1, - This month's issue has an example of what can happen when a town decides to issue its own currency to complement the national currency, as was often done during the Great Depression.
Today, it is volunteer groups taking on this job for such projects as the Toronto Dollar, Calgary Dollar, Ithaca Hour and so on.
A worthwhile project in some town might be to see if political pressure can once again have the government closest to the people helping create an honest money system.
May 1, - Former Whitehouse insider and columnist Paul Craig Roberts opines how truth has fallen to money and how the corporate control is the major reason.
This month's editorial is an updated piece on how our vaunted free press is really a cover for a narrow view of opinions. As regards our money system, Canon Peter Challen has accurately labelled our mainstream information on this as part of a lying structure.
Don't take our word for it, but research on the Internet and form your own opinions. April 1, - Guest columnist Ellen Brown covers how IMF style austerity measures are being pushed for the U.
An analysis of the Afghanistan War is given by military expert Gwynne Dyer. The effect of the international money system on global governance is the topic of the editorial.
March 1, - This month marks a special occasion regarding freedom of the press, in that a mainstream newspaper, the Sunday Telegraph in the U.
For more of this approach, there is of course the Community Advisor. February 1, - This month's editorial continues with part two of the Just Third Way.
An article by Former World Bank senior economist Joesph Stiglitz questioning the morality of the current financial system is included. Regular columnist Ellen Brown elaborates on how the state owned bank in North Dakota has forestalled the worst of the recession that state.
Read the only mass media that tells it like it is in regards to the financial system, by click on the cover at left. January 1, - Happy New Year and welcome to the new issue of the only mass publication in western civilization that tells the truth about how our money system works.
On the bright side, we live in a country where it is possible for such an undertaking. The editorial this month focuses on a plan for a peaceful transition from our current money system to one that builds democracy and a healthy society.
The people working on this include trained economists and lawyers; some of whom have served at high level positions within the U.
A Canadian backer of the idea was Winnett Boyd, chief engineer for the famous Avro Arrow and past president of Arthur D. December 1, - Merry Christmas from all of us at OZ Media and The Community Advisor.
This month we bring you some heart warming stories of Christmases of yesteryear. The editorial looks past the gloom and doom of the mainstream media headlines to outline the true possibilities inherent in today's world.
Guest columists Ellen Brown and Gwynn Dyer offer the type of insightful reporting that makes their excellent articles unsuitable for the mainstream media.
Have a good time this holiday season and get involved in what economist and lawyer Norm Kurland calls "the happy revolution.
November 1, - The theme of this issue is world government, and more importantly world democracy. Guest author Arthur Kanegis tells the story of World Citizen Garry Davis and many quotes are given showing the plan of super-elites for a world government.
The conflict of interest of the mainstream media has reached the point where they are essentially a marketing tool for their multi-corporation owners, with concentration of ownership leading to less and less actual news that informs.
In this milieu, and in regards to world government, it seems that no idea is so good that it cannot be mishandled to the point that people are rightly suspicious of it.
Information is given that shows the benefits of a higher level of governance, and the dangers of letting the current leadership continue their secretive ways.
October 1, - What could be the opening move in fundamental changes to our monetary system has been made by the President of France, with likely backing from the European Union.
Read all about it in the editorial starting on page 7. The Schumacher Society covers off many of the economic reform initiatives blossoming in the U.
The unsinkable Ellen Brown applies her formidable research skills to the connection between medicine and big money. Much more leading edge journalism.
As always, we have some excellent guest columnists bringing you well researched, important and unreported news.
We also have an emphasis on local currencies this issue, as slow economic times creates more interest in this potentially good tool for education about how our money system works.
August 1, - This month, the editorial explores the ideas of scarcity and abundance mentalities. Economist Bernard Lietaer describes one way to make the abundance mentality more of a reality in our economic system.
A decades old, successful business bartering system is also covered. Ellen Brown, as always, weighs in with a well researched article that accurately points out an easy solution to California's so-called budget woes.
Get informed, and get active, if you believe in democracy and freedom. July 1, - The editorial this month is about how to explore a synthesis between the democracy advocated by the global justice movement and the world government sought by the money power and others.
Along with regular monetary reform contributer Ellen Brown, we also have another article by economist Michael Hudson. Hudson examines the possible ramifications of high level meetings between China, Russia, Brazil and other countries in which a substitute for the U.
June 1, - Welcome to the first summer issue of the Advisor. We continue to be the only mass media to take an honest look at how our money system works, here in the land of the free press.
As well as the usual guest authors, such as Ellen Brown and Gwyn Dyer, we also have a brief piece on the latest Bilderberger meeting, along with a link to the full story hosted on the Canadian-based Global Research website.
There are biases all around of course, but if you really believe in democracy, the website is well-worth checking out.
May 5, - By-Election results first two finishers elected. Congratulations to all for running. Derek Schlosser - Darlene Chartrand - Chris Ashcroft - Ken Podulsky - Ken Roncin - May 1, - This month, we look at how the U.
Lawyer and activist Ellen Brown writes an open letter to U. President Obama, while the editorial covers how Canada can regain and leverage its international moral authority through leading for financial global justice, in addition to its support of international structures.
The history section embarks on a multi-part series covering the old schools of northwest Alberta. April 1, - Welcome to spring, finally. As in any such crisis, there is a great opportunity to bring the money system into the 21st century, without a lot of difficulty.
For history, part 2 of J. MacArthur's lumbering by Greenwood is covered. March 1, - Once again, the Advisor brings you the inside story of what is really happening with the financial crisis.
What you hear in the mainstream media will leave you uniformed as to both the causes of the massive debt exponential compounding interest for one , and possible solutions.
New guest columnist Professor John McMurtry contributes through the Global Research group. Economists Michael Hudson and Michel Chossudovsky also give an insider view of what is actually happening with our money system.
February 1, - The February Advisor is at the print shop and will be delivered this Tuesday. Once again, the Community Advisor is your ONLY mass distributed news source that tells it like it is concerning our money system.
Along with guest columnists Ellen Brown and Gwyne Dyer, we published an article by one-worlder John Bunzl and his Simultaneous Policy proposal. Sled Invasion - Mark Your Calendar for Feb 13 to 15 for lots of snowmobiling fun.
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