City of Wetaskiwin by-election candidate coverage

Candidates invited to submit article and photo for Pipestone Flyer publication

There’s lots of buzz going around the City of Wetaskiwin right now about the large number of candidates for the Sept. 11 city council by-election.

Eleven candidates have thrown their hats in the ring for the two vacant council seats.

The Wetaskiwin Pipestone Flyer would like to invite each candidate to submit an article about 400 words in length describing their candidacy, along with a photo in JPEG format (at least 500 kb in size) for publication in the newspaper.

Deadline for submissions is Friday, Aug. 30 at 12 noon. Please email articles and photos to, or use the “contact us” link found on The Wetaskiwin Pipestone Flyer’s website,

Submitted profiles will run together in the Thursday, Sept. 5 edition of The Wetaskiwin Pipestone Flyer.

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