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St. Albert-Sturgeon County Annexation Negotiating Sub-Committee Update

Meeting held June 26, 2020

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The City of St. Albert and Sturgeon County’s Annexation Negotiating Sub-Committee met on June 26, 2020 to discuss the City’s proposed annexation of a portion of land from Sturgeon County.

At the meeting, the sub-committee discussed aspects of the annexation agreement, including effective date and dispute resolution, as well as continued the discussion around compensation.


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Site Rehabilitation Program

5/1/2020 8:00 AM - 5/30/2020 8:00 AM

Site Rehabilitation Program

Program opens on May 1, 2020! Eligible oil and gas services companies can apply for grant funding to do abandonment and reclamation work on oil and gas sites in Alberta

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Alberta Crop Report

Alberta Crop Report

Crop Conditions as of June 9, 2020 (Abbreviated Report)

With over 98 per cent of 2020 spring plantings in the ground, attention now shifts to crop development. Provincially, 75 per cent of the crops have emerged (see Table 1), 12 per cent behind the previous five-year average (2015-2019). Regionally, South, Central and North East regions are close to the five-year average. Challenges continue for the northern parts of the province. The cool wet weather that caused seeding delays for much of the spring is now affecting crop development. Forty-one per cent of the spring-seeded crops in the North West have emerged, 41 per cent behind the five-year average. Similarly, in the Peace region, 40 per cent of the spring-seeded crops have emerged, 39 per cent behind the five-year average. An extended period of warm, rain-free days would be welcomed to dry out the ground.

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Information for pest management

Our weather conditions have put a number of locations in Alberta at high risk for development of fusarium head blight.

If you have a cereal crop at or near head emergence, you should consider keeping a close eye on these risk values for your area, and be ready to apply a Group 3 fungicide (triazoles) at head emergence/anthesis staging to protect against FHB. Go to: https://agriculture.alberta.ca/acis/m#!fusarium to see and use the fusarium risk tool at the weather station closest to you.

For more info on FHB management go to: https://www.alberta.ca/fusarium-head-blight.aspx

The risk prediction tool is provided by Alberta Wheat & Barley Commission and Alberta Agriculture and Forestry.

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