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Remembrance Day is a solemn occasion that holds immense significance in our hearts. It is a day to reflect, honour, and remember the sacrifices made by our veterans.

The freedoms we cherish today were secured through the sacrifice and dedication of those who served, and we honour our heroes. Their legacy reminds us to strive for a world of peace and understanding.

Please take a moment to express your gratitude to veterans and their families whenever possible. Even a simple “Thank you for your service” can mean the world to someone who has sacrificed so much for our nation.

On #IndigenousVeteransDay, we pay tribute to the brave men and women who served our country with unwavering dedication and valor.

Indigenous veterans remind us that the commitment to peace, freedom, and justice is a shared responsibility that transcends cultural backgrounds. Their bravery on the battlefield and their ongoing contributions to their communities are a testament to the enduring spirit of reconciliation and unity.

Learn more here.

Arnett & Burgess Pipeliners and ROSEN Canada are happy to announce our 4th Annual Winter Clothing Drive! Starting today, we will be collecting winter clothing items in support of our neighboring First Nation Communities and MΓ©tis Friendship Centres. Your support over the past three years has been incredible and our goal is to make this year the best yet!

Donations for all ages and size are welcome. We ask that you please ensure items have been laundered and are in good condition. Appreciated items include:

Snow Pants

Please drop off your donation by November 30th, 2023 to the Arnett & Burgess Pipeliners office closest to you. Find our office locations at https://abenergyservices.com/contact/, or send us a message to arrange for pick-up.

Thank you for your support!

Happy Halloween!

It’s important to remember safety whether that includes trick-or-treating with family and friends or attending a party, and by following these simple tips, we can keep everyone safe:

πŸŽƒPlan your trick or treating route ahead of time and stick to well-lit areas with plenty of people around
πŸŽƒWear costumes that are visible to drivers
πŸŽƒ Avoid costumes that could cause tripping or obstruct vision
πŸŽƒ Only visit houses that have the lights on
πŸŽƒ Carry a flashlight or glow sticks to help you see and be seen
πŸŽƒ Check all candy before eating it, and avoid homemade treats
πŸŽƒ Designate a sober driver or plan to use a ride-sharing service if attending a party

We are excited to be a part of the Sturgeon Lake Cree Nation ISET Program Career Fair on October 26 from 10:00am – 3:00pm at the Sturgeon Lake Community Hall.

We look forward to meeting attendees and discussing career opportunities through our Featherstone Mentorship Program in the energy infrastructure construction industry.

We are thrilled to announce our partnership with the Blackfalds Bulldogs AJHL hockey team through our rink board sponsorship and purchase of season tickets.

We recognize the importance of promoting local sports, and sponsoring this talented group of athletes aligns with our commitment to giving back to the communities we live and work in.

All the best for a very successful season, Bulldogs, and good luck tonight versus the Camrose Kodiaks

Check out their schedule here to join us in cheering them on ~ https://www.blackfaldsbulldogs.ca/stats/schedule

Recently, we had the privilege of participating in a fundraiser event organized by the Hockey Heroes Society, a non-profit organization that supports helping families with financial challenges purchase sports equipment for their children.

The fundraiser event included a golf tournament, an alumni hockey game, and a fundraiser dinner. We were thrilled to participate in all three activities and contribute to this noble cause. We got to play alongside several alumni players, including Craig McTavish, and one of our employees, Griffin Bargholz, even got to try on the Stanley Cup and Rookie of the Year rings!

Through our participation in the event, we were proud to be able to assist in this endeavour and help deserving children gain access to the benefits of sports.

As we welcome the fall season, we are reflecting on this past summer – it was one for the books! We were elated to be involved in and support a variety of client and charity golf tournaments across the province by way of event participation and sponsorships – you may have seen our BBQ trailer traveling highway number 2! Thank you to our clients and friends in the energy industry for having us. We look forward to doing it again in 2024.

The #NationalDayforTruthandReconciliation and #OrangeShirtDay take place this Saturday, September 30 ~ a commemorative day intended to raise awareness of the individual, family and community inter-generational impacts of residential schools.

The orange shirt symbolizes the stripping away of culture, freedom and self-esteem experienced by Indigenous children over generations. Public commemoration of the tragic and painful history and ongoing impacts of residential schools is vital to the reconciliation process.

We commit to continuing to build meaningful relationships with Indigenous communities and support new opportunities to create social and economic value within these communities.

In light of the devastating wildfires occurring in Western Canada and the Northwest Territories, we are having a clothing, personal hygiene products and non-perishable food items drive to support the Free Goods Program in Calgary.

The Free Goods Program is currently providing essential items to evacuees from Yellowknife and surrounding areas, as well as to members of our community in Calgary at not cost. Below are the most in-demand items currently:

β€’ Clothing – from baby to adult, all sizes

β€’ Hygiene Products – soap, shampoo/conditioner, toothpaste, toothbrushes, etc.

β€’ Non-perishable food items

We will collect these items at our Calgary office this week until early afternoon Friday, August 25th, and plan to deliver to the donation centres after that.

Our thoughts are with all of those affected, and we encourage you to help if you can, by dropping off items at our office, or visiting the websites and supporting in any way you can:

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