Oneil Carlier

Oneil Carlier

MLA For Whitecourt-Ste. Anne

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Ph: 780-786-1997

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MLA Oneil Carlier's work in the community includes a decade of volunteering as a Scout leader with Scouts Canada. Full bio here.

Going to bat for Whitecourt-Ste. Anne

Posted on August 2, 2018

I’ve seen some interesting things, living near Lac Ste. Anne over the last 8 years, but never anything as strange as the ice quake that impacted the residents of Alberta Beach early this year. Throughout…

Rural Crime Strategy is working

Posted on July 9, 2018

For the past several years I’ve been hearing from people – from one end of my constituency to the other – that they’re concerned about what has been described as an epidemic of rural crime. I…

Mayerthorpe Agriculture SectorStudy Grant

Posted on December 18, 2017

Mayerthorpe awarded CARES grant for agricultural study   MAYERTHORPE – Oneil Carlier, MLA for Whitecourt-Ste. Anne and Minister of Agriculture, presented a $15,000 cheque to the Town of Mayerthorpe…

Spring 2018 -Bill 7: Supporting Alberta’s Local Food Sector Act Spring 2017 - Bill 9: Marketing of Agricultural Products Amendment Act (MAPA) Fall 2016 - Bill 24: Forest and Prairie Protection Amendment Act
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What Oneil Carlier's working on

Spring 2018 -Bill 7: Supporting Alberta’s Local Food Sector Act

The Alberta government is taking new steps to raise the profile of local food producers, and supporting the province’s $1-billion local food industry by tabling the Supporting Alberta’s Local Food Sector Act. The government engaged with a wide variety of stakeholders that identified…

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Spring 2017 - Bill 9: Marketing of Agricultural Products Amendment Act (MAPA)

The Marketing of Agricultural Products Amendment Act,  (MAPA) 2017 gives back to Alberta's agricultural commissions the right to determine their own service charge model. These commissions are member-driven, and take on activities such as: product marketing and promotion trade missions to…

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Fall 2016 - Bill 24: Forest and Prairie Protection Amendment Act

In 2016, Alberta wildfire crews fought more than 1,300 fires. This included the devastating 590,000-hectare wildfire that forced the evacuation of Fort McMurray and many surrounding communities in May, destroyed hundreds of homes and businesses, shut down oil sands operations for a month and…

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