Freeholders meeting set

Those owning mineral rights throughout Alberta have a chance to learn more about their land rights, and what they can do to hold on to what they own.

Those owning mineral rights throughout Alberta have a chance to learn more about their land rights, and what they can do to hold on to what they own.

The Freehold Owners Association provides education and information to freehold mineral owners, research issues of concern to freeholders and act as a common voice on matters that affect freehold mineral ownership.

The group will hold its annual general meeting on May 3 at the Crossroads Church, near the intersection of 32nd Street and Hwy 2.

Starting at 9 a.m. with registration, followed by the annual general meeting, the day includes a panel discussion on sustaining the group featuring current Progressive Conservative leadership candidate Ken Hughes, agriculture minister Verlyn Olson and Wildrose energy critic Jason Hale.

The event costs $30 per person or per couple for non-members and $20 per person or per couple for members, with memberships available at the door. Lunch costs $10.

For more information call the FHOA at 403-245-4438, Else Pedersen at 403-783-3433, email or visit the website

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