Albertans work outdoors in the winter, shoveling sidewalks, clearing driveways, feeding and watering animals, and working on jobsites. Safety experts agree on basic precautions while working outdoors in cold weather.
Monthly bills sent out by Battle River Power Coop contain a breakdown of charges, found in the centre portion of the bill.
The Regulated Rate Option (RRO) is really a default rate for energy usage. Any energy consumer in Alberta who does not have an energy contract with a retail energy provider is on an RRO.
Electricity usage in Alberta is highest during the winter months when daylight hours are short, temperatures are low, and we bring cheer to long December evenings with festive displays of lights. Reduce your electricity cost and save energy with these tips.
‘Tis the season to entertain guests, prepare wonderful food and put up festive decorations. Stay fire-safe this holiday season while you cook, bake and light up the tree.
According to statistics published by the Government of Alberta, more than half of collisions on rural highways involve an animal, either wild or domestic.
On November 6, Justice Minister Doug Schweitzer released the Alberta government’s plan to combat rural crime during a press conference in Wetaskiwin.
Winter is fast approaching, a time to think about ways to save energy and money as the temperature drops.
The cooperative business model can be adapted to specific circumstances, products, services and regions.
The seven cooperative principles are central to defining cooperative businesses.