Carma Survey Data

Click to read the results: Carma Survey Data    

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2017 Raffle

Tickets are on sale NOW!  Members can pick up books to sell at the office. Here are the rules! 2017 Raffle Rules 1. Raffle tickets shall not be sold to persons under the age of 18. 2. Raffle tickets to be sold only in Alberta. 3. Raffle tickets will be available for purchase in-person and…

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Castle -Porcupines-Livingstone Recreational Users Survey

Here’s a link to the survey that the Castle-Carma group have made. Please take the time to fill out and have your voice heard. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ZFH7NN7

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EDMONTON RALLY MARCH 25, 2017

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Rally For Castle March 11 2017

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OHV Inforgraphic

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Updated President Report Feb 21 2017

Just to bring you up to speed on planned upcoming events.  The Quad Squad along with the Crowsnow Riders and the Hillcrest Fish and Game have joined together to form a group called CARMA, www.castle-carma.com (Castle Area Recreational Management Association) which is combining our efforts with other OHV groups to put pressure on the Government…

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Petition for OHV Use In Castle Parks

https://www.change.org/p/melissa-verbaas-ohv-use-in-castle-parks?

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AOHVA

  Media Release For release January 26, 2017 Alberta Off-Highway Vehicle Riders Disappointed with Decision to Shut Down All Motorized Trail Use in The Castle Area Edmonton, January 20, 2017: The Alberta Off Highway Vehicle Association (AOHVA) would like to express its deep disappointment in the NDP Government’s decision to unilaterally shut down OHV use…

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Letter Writing Tips!

LETTER WRITING TIPS – January 26, 2017 Yes, the closure of trails within the Castle Park and the manner in which they were announced are outrageous. But your aim is to be listened to. Assume your reader is open to reason and write your letter should be polite, and respectfully worded appeal. Before you start…

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