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March Plant Tourposted March 11, 2017
Agropur Edmonton Ice Cream
13944 Yellowhead Trail NW, Edmonton, AB
Date: Tuesday, March 21, 2017
Time: 6:30 PM
Parking: Parking on the West side of the building via the McDonald’s at 142 Street and Yellowhead Trail
PPE Required: Steel toes and safety glasses are required
For the March tour, we will be visiting the Agropur Edmonton Ice Cream plant. Yes, we have all seen this in our travels and some of you may recognize it as the old Safeway warehouse. This plant was Safeway’s largest ice cream plant and was recently purchased by Sobeys and Agropur. Some of the products made here you will recognize like Lucerne, Compliments and Natrel.
Anyone with interest is welcome, including students. RSVP please if you are planning to attend as the space is limited to 18 Visitors. We will need to provide our name, email and phone number to Agropur so please include those with your RSVP.
We look forward to seeing you in March at Agropur!
Minutes of the Edmonton Branch Executive General Meetingposted February, 2017
Minutes of the Edmonton Branch Executive General meeting of the Alberta Institute of Power Engineers held in the Student Library, 2nd Floor, Salisbury Composite High School, 20 Festival Way Sherwood Park, Alberta at 06:30 p.m. on the 15th of November 2016.
Read more: AIPE meeting minutes November 15, 2016.pdf