Saturday, June 4 at 11am MDT

The 5th annual Gregor MS BIKE TOUR Classic

Yellowhead Casino and The Jason Gregor Show have teamed up for a fun day of chirping, card playing and fundraising.

WHEN: Saturday June 4th. Registration at 11:00am; Tourney starts at 12:00pm
WHERE: Yellowhead Casino
WHO: 100 Texas Hold Em Players
WHY: To Help End MS and win a seat at the WSOP main event

Cost is $230 per entry.

We only take the first 100 players who register. One registration per person.

First place is $10000 ($3000 cash and $6500 for entry at WSOP main event #59) with flight and hotel in Vegas.

Friday, June 24 at 4pm MDT

The Happy Anniversary Connor Draft Party!

There are few certainties in life - we can always count on the sun coming up in the morning, Edmonton winters being dreadful, and the Oilers missing the playoffs. As such, we present the annual OilersNation Draft Party! It's time to honour the the anniversary of drafting our beloved Connor, celebrate the rewards of another failed season, and raise some money for charity.

Here's what you need to know...

The party is happening at the Pint Downtown on Friday, June 24th. The goal is to raise as much money as possible for the Red Cross and their efforts to bring normalcy back to Fort McMurray, and have a little bit of fun while we're at it. For $30 you get a Draft Party t-shirt, a $20 Pint GC, a $10 Oodle Noodle GC, a draft party collectors cup, and a chance for prizes and eternal glory.

All proceeds from tickets sold will be donated directly to the Red Cross so bring your friends, get involved, and help us support a community in need.

One day, the Oilers will be a good hockey team and we'll all be able to laugh about this. Until then, we party.

June 27 - 29th, 2016

AET/HET/AST/PT Instructor Conference 2016

Olds College is hosting the Instructors Conference for Agricultural Equipment Technicians, Heavy Equipment Technicians, Automotive Service Technicians and Parts Technicians.

Date: June 27 - 29, 2016
Location: Trades Building and Alumni Centre

Friday, July 1 at 5pm MDT

Gregor's Grads

Gregor’s Grads started in 2014 after seeing a need to help. We provide less fortunate high school students in Edmonton and area with a new suit for graduation. High school students’ needs can often go unnoticed in the community as they often try to blend in and are very private regarding their financial situation. These young men are frequently forgotten when it comes to receiving much-needed assistance.

Gregor’s Grads was formed to fill this gap by offering a helping hand to these deserving students. We believe that by providing financially-challenged students with a sense of normalcy and enabling them to participate in graduation will foster pride, self-esteem and allow them to move forward to the next phase in their lives with wonderful memories and a new suit they can call their own.

How can you help?

This year we are looking strictly for monetary donations. Last year, we realized that most of the donated suits we received were too big for high school boys. And we are extremely excited to announce that Mobil 1 and Lube City have generously partnered to be the main sponsors of the program.

For more information please see:

2016 Membership

NATC Membership Renewal / Sign Up 2016

The Northern Alberta Transportation Club is a professional association founded in 1968 to promote cooperation among members of the supply chain…and our members make up every link of that chain. We are the companies that manufacture and use goods. We are the professionals who supply, carry, warehouse and package those goods. We are the forwarders, brokers and government agencies who support the movement of freight. We are the businesses that support and educate the supply chain.

NATC membership offers both business and professional development. With your membership and participation, you'll have access to fellow industry professionals, allowing exchange of ideas and experience that will shape the growth of your business and career. We will help connect you with the people you know and want to know.

More information can be found at the NATC website: