Coop Week 2018, from October 14 to 20, celebrates how cooperatives are one of the best ways that Canadians solve challenges together.
Thanksgiving Day in Canada is October 8, 2018, a time to give thanks for the harvest season, for family and friends, and for the people and things that make our lives better. As you add up all the things you are thankful for, take a few minutes to think of electricity.
On December 1, 2018 changes to the Occupational Health and Safety regulations applying to farms and ranches will come into effect.
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Albertans needing new electrical service in rural Alberta are often unfamiliar with Rural Electrification Associations. Read frequently asked questions and answers arising from discussions between new residents in our area and Battle River Power Coop staff.
Did you know that fatigue is a major factor in causing farm-related injuries? Many farmers push themselves, especially during the really busy times such as fall harvest.
Trees are a valuable addition to farms, acreages and yards, as is electricity. The best way to ensure that trees and electricity co-exist with minimal conflict is to plant with care.
Historically, there is an increase in ‘fly-bys’ in September as school resumes. Please remember in September, and the other 11 months of the year, to follow the rules and keep our children safe!
In the interest of public safety, Battle River Power Coop reminds anyone transporting farm equipment to plan for power lines when transporting or moving harvest equipment.
Battle River Power Coop sets a competitive benchmark for the delivery cost of reliable, rural power service because we operate as a cooperative.