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Help Needed - Beaver Municipal Solutions

bms-logoBeaver Municipal Solutions is looking for immediate, temporary general labourers to assist with litter control efforts around its Class 2 Landfill near Ryley and along Highway 14.

The recent winds have increased the scope of work and BMS cannot keep up with its current staff resources.

Candidates should be in reasonable physical condition and be capable of working outdoors, walking several kilometres per day. Possession of a valid Class 5 driver’s license is preferred, but not required.

Candidates should be available to work Monday – Saturday, up to 8 hours per day to a maximum of 40 hours / week, work days to be assigned by BMS.

Position is classed as casual, temporary. Hourly rate: $16.17.

Send resumes and driver’s abstract to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Brettzky Hockey Challenge Coming to Viking

Brettzky Challenge The 2nd Annual Brettzky Hockey Challenge will be hosted at the Viking Carena Complex from June 16 - 19, 2016, in support of KidSport Alberta.

Brett and the Sutter family are delighted to bring this tournament to their hometown.

"Last year was a great success. With the funds raised we were able to help 80 kids participate in hockey across Alberta. With this year's efforts, we hope to shoot way past those numbers!" said Brett Sutter. Ten teams will participate in this year's three-day challenge. Last year, more than 150 guests came out to show their support and an incredible $14,075 was raised for KidSport Alberta from their inaugural event.

This tournament is critical to continue helping with the growing demand on KidSport resources. Brett Sutter, KidSport Alberta and the Town of Viking are hopeful this year's event will build on last year's successes.

The Brettzky Hockey Challenge was created by Brett Sutter, who wanted to do his part to help more kids get into hockey.

Council and Administration are extremely excited about this amazing opportunity for the community of Viking. The tournament will coincide with the annual Viking in the Streets Festival. The opportunity to not only promote our vibrant community and festival to the many players, families and spectators that will be attending the tournament but also support a tournament for such a wonderful cause does not come along very often.

The Vikings in the Streets Festival is a two-day family focused festival celebrating the Scandinavian heritage of the Town of Viking.

View full press release here.

 

2016 Viking Bull Bash

BullBashCome to the Viking Carena Friday April 8 for the annual Viking Bull Bash

See world class bull riders from Canada, USA, New Zealand and Australia

Kids will enjoy the mutton bustin event at intermission!

Beer Gardens and Family dance to following the Bull Basy.

Doors open at 6:00pm and event starts at 7:00pm

Contact Robyn at 780-385-0876 for mutton bustin entries or to book a table.

Tickets are $20. Kids 12 and under are free!

Soccer Registration

soccer registrationViking Soccer Registration Drop-in

Registration Drop in nights:

Monday, March 21, 2016  3pm to 6 pm

Wednesday, March 23, 2016   3pm to 7pm

At the Alliance Church (beside the Carena)

Can't make those dates?  Need info?

www.vikingsoccerassociation.com

Family Fun Day - Feb. 15th

Fun DayCome and Join us on Family Day!

Outdoor Public Skating!

Fun Curling Game!

Crafts Table!

Face Painting!

Horse Drawn Sleigh Rides with the HITCH MASTER!

Hot Dogs and Hot Chocolate by the Lions Club.

Feb. 15, 2016  11:00am to 3:00pm

At the Multiplex!

 

Viking Election

voteViking Election Results

October 16, 2017

Viking Mayor:

Vote Results:
Cindy Lefsrud - 161
Jason Ritchie - 225    - Elected

Councillors - All positions acclaimed

Judy Acres - Councillor
Dana Ewashko - Councillor
Maynard Huibers - Councillor
Rod Hunter - Councillor
Clinton Nearing - Councillor
Laurel Weisgerber - Councillor