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Nominations for Clearview Trustees are In! (Updated)

(Updated as of noon on Tuesday, September 19)

Clearview sees four acclamations and two upcoming elections 

As of noon today (Tuesday, September 19, 2017) final nominations were confirmed for the upcoming October 16, 2017 elections.  

Following Nomination Day yesterday, Yvette Cassidy removed her name from consideration in Ward 2 today.  This provides for the nomination of Kimberley Smyth to be acclaimed for Ward 2 (Big Valley and area, as well as Erskine south area).

For detailed nomination information on acclamations and upcoming elections (including candidate contact information), please see  Visit for all election information.

Four wards were determined by acclamation, including Ward 1 (North and west of the Town of Stettler, including Erskine, Erskine north area, Donalda and area), Ward 2 (Big Valley and area, as well as Erskine south area)), Ward 5 (Castor and area, as well as Halkirk east area), and Ward 6 (Coronation, Brownfield and areas).  Congratulations to Guy Neitz (Ward 1), Kimberley Smyth (Ward 2), Erika Grice (Ward 5), and Ken Checkel (Ward 6) on their commitment to represent their areas for the next four years as a trustee for the Clearview Public Schools.  Ken Checkel will return as the incumbent trustee for Ward 6.

Two wards will see elections on October 16, 2017.  Elections will be held in Ward 3 (Town of Stettler) and Ward 4 (Botha, Gadsby, Byemoor and areas, as well as Halkirk and Halkirk west areas).  Candidate information is provided in the link above and is available on the website.

Voting for school board trustees on election day is important as Clearview trustees make decisions that affect the community’s economic, social and cultural life. The Board of Trustees annually manages over $33 million in tax dollars, employs over 400 people and is responsible for the care and education of over 2,300 local school-aged children.

Board policies and decisions have a tremendous impact on the local community, whether residents have children in school or not. It is important to hear from the whole community at the ballot box.

Advance elections for Ward 3 (Town of Stettler) will be held October 4 (11am-7pm), October 7 (11am-7pm), and October 11 (11am-7pm).  

Advance elections for Ward 4 (County of Stettler) will be held October 12, 2017 (10am-8pm) and October 13, 2017 (10am-8pm).

A public forum for the candidates will be held October 10 at 7pm at the Stettler Recreation Center.

For further information about the October 16, 2017 election or polling locations please visit or contact:

Peter Neale
Returning Officer