The key to keeping your house cool in summer is to reduce indoor heat sources and make sure that outside heat stays outside.
The theme for the International Day of Cooperatives, celebrated this year on July 6, is Coops 4 Decent Work.
At the AGM on June 20, the room was filled with members and guests who gathered to Celebrate 70 Years of Tradition and Innovation.
Battle River Power Coop’s AGM, held on June 20, 2019, was a time for members to celebrate the 70th anniversary of their electricity cooperative and view the financial benefits of cooperative membership.
One of the programs the Battle River Power Coop Board is most proud of is the Scholarship Awards. To date, the Coop has invested $58,000 in supporting children of members in advancing their secondary education goals. Leading up to the AGM on June 20, we are revealing a brief snapshot of this year’s successful applicants.
Members of Battle River Power Coop are invited to join the celebration of our 70th Anniversary at the Annual General Meeting scheduled for Thursday, June 20, 2019, at the Norsemen Inn, in Camrose.
The same attributes that make ATVs useful on rough terrain and in tight spaces make them prone to rollovers. Every year Albertans are injured and killed while using ATVs.
Generators are a practical source of backup power in the event of a power outage and they are available in a variety of sizes and types. Generators commonly used for backup power are standby generators, portable generators and inverter generators. All require attention to safety and awareness of the potential hazards.
On May 16, for the 4th consecutive year, Battle River Power Coop sent a group of staff to work for Habitat for Humanity in Camrose.
The most recent Incident Statistical Report by Municipal Affairs shows that there were 749 reported contacts with overhead powerlines in 2017; 139 of them involved farm implements.