The M.D. of Wainwright is situated in the heart of the agriculture and oil industries and is a major partner with one of Canada’s largest military training bases. This makes the M.D. of Wainwright an area of diverse wealth both socially and economically and allows us to provide our residents with many services and the benefit of low taxes.

In addition, the M.D. of Wainwright offers various historical and recreational attractions for residents and visitors.

The M.D. of Wainwright is a progressive community that is a great place to live, work and raise a family. We are glad to welcome you.

Road Oil Product Supply

The Municipal District of Wainwright No. 61 invites prices for the supply of approximately 370 metric tonnes of MC 250 road oil product for 2018. Supplier(s) will be required to deliver product to the M.D. of Wainwright Public Works Yard in Wainwright, Alberta. Please submit prices on the attached Schedule A.

The M.D. of Wainwright reserves the right to waive informalities in, or reject any or all prices, or accept the price deemed most favorable in the interest of the M.D. The lowest or any price may not necessarily be accepted.

Submissions marked “2018 Road Oil Supply” will be accepted until 10:30 a.m. March 12, 2018 at the address indicated below.

For additional information or questions please contact Mark Greibrok, Director of Road Construction at 780-842-0486.

Municipal District of Wainwright No. 61
717 – 14th Avenue
Wainwright, Alberta
T9W 1B3

On-Farm Energy Management Program

The On-Farm Energy Management Program along with the On Farm Solar Photovoltaics (PV) Program formally found within the Growing Forward 2 Program have moved. The On-Farm Energy Management Program now called the Farm Energy and Agri-Processing Program or FEAP can be found at www.agriculture.alberta.ca/feap. The On Farm Solar PV Program is now a provincially ran program and can be found at http://www1.agric.gov.ab.ca/general/progserv.nsf/all/pgmsrv464. Both websites will provide the terms and conditions, funding list and application form for there respective programs. Stayed tuned for more details regarding the Canadian Agriculture Partnership. If you would like more information you can contact Tanis at the M.D. office 780-842-4454

Alberta Environmental Farm Plan Renewal

Effective April 1, 2018

  • Producers who have an EFP older than 10 years will have to renew their EFP to eligible for new funding under the Canadian Agricultural Partnership Program (CAP)
  • It is strongly recommended that producers complete the renewal online to make future renewals easier,

FAQ’s

Why is Alberta EFP instituting a renewal period?

  1. Alberta is the only province that does not have a renewal period. EFP is harmonizing nationally and they expect all prov-inces will harmonize the renewal period
  2. EFP’s are part of sustainable sourcing programs in Canada (potato sustainability initiative, proAction, VBP). Alberta EFP is anticipating more initiatives will use EFP as the Environmental backbone of their sustainable sourcing initiative.


Who decided the renewal period would be instituted?

Alberta EFP Stakeholder Advisory Committee approved the renewal period

What does this mean to me?

For producers if you to apply for CAP grants you will need to have a current EFP.


Beat the rush by renewing before CAP funding becomes available!!!

Who Can I Contact?
Tanis Ponath, Assistant Agricultural Fieldman & EFP Technician, 780-842-4454

Wainwright Regional Landfill Rate Change

Effective January 1st, 2018, the Wainwright Regional Landfill tipping fees will increase as follows.  Plus GST on all Rates.

  Current Rate 2018 Rate
 Clean Burnable Construction $33.04 $33.70
 Clean Concrete $14.58 $14.87
Construction Waste $99.08 $101.06
General Household Waste $66.06 $67.38
Metal $33.14 $33.80
Shingles $33.14 $33.80

If you have any questions please call the Wainwright Regional Landfill at 780-842-4051

Changes to the Growing Forward On-Farm Solar PV Program

In order to further align this program with Energy Efficiency Alberta Residential/Commercial Solar Program, they have updated the retroactive projects clause as follows:
 
Retroactive projects that have been completed after April 15, 2017 are now eligible for funding. If a project has been initiated (ordering or purchasing equipment, equipment delivery, component construction, etc) prior to April 15, 2017 it will NOT be accepted. All installed equipment will be held to the following standards: 
1. The system's modules must have at least a 20 year pro-rated warranty from the manufacture. 
2. The system's inverters and/or micro-inverters must have at least a 10 year warranty from the manufacture. 
3. Solar racking must be manufactured by a qualified commercial racking company. 
 
All other program guidelines remain the same. Please refer to the Growing Forward 2 website for more information, www.growingforward.alberta.ca

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Road Closure Update

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Road Closure Update

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The M.D. of Wainwright has re-opened the 4 miles West of highway 897 on Twp Rd. 454. 

The 1 mile of construction road on TWP 464 between RR 55 and 60 is still closed.

Thank you for your cooperation.