Understanding that many small businesses do not have large budgets or the time to work on social media and web sites, Redpoll Enterprises was created to keep costs for clients reasonable and to allow small businesses the ability to compete, both with a web site and being active on social media.
Being a small business ourselves we understand and can completely relate to the challenges they face.
References available upon request.
Rudy is an extremely talented graphic artist and designer, who is well known in global logo design circles.
He has an eye for detail, and can assist any business in upgrading their logos and other promotional products to maximize their effectiveness and functionability.
Rudy has many years of experience in this field, and has helped many businesses in Canada with new logos and finding an identity they can be comfortable with.
References available upon request, and see some examples of our logo work on this web site.
Human Wildlife Conflict
Glenn retired in 2015 after an extremely rewarding 37 year career as Conservation Officer with Alberta Provincial Parks. Immediately upon retiring he and his wife moved to Courtenay.
Glenn started his career as Conservation Officer in 1978 at Dinosaur Provincial Park in Central Alberta.
In 1979 he moved to Canmore in the Rocky Mountains where he remained for the duration of his career, becoming the District Conservation Officer for the area and a Provincial firearms instructor for Alberta Parks.
Throughout his career he became deeply involved in wildlife management and human wildlife conflict prevention, specifically with cougars, black and grizzly bears. He also started creating videos from motion sensor camera images to create videos, one of which went viral around the world.
He was a founding member of Canmore’s WildSmart Community program, and was a board member until he retired. He was on the Provincial Fish and Wildlife Bear Smart committee and did countless TV, radio and newspaper interviews on behalf of Alberta Parks. He also worked closely with stakeholders in the area on how to minimize conflict with wildlife.
No stranger to public speaking, he has conducted and participated in wildlife awareness presentations for up to 300 participants.
He promotes how we can live comfortably with wildlife if we all take an active part in ensuring we know what to do if we encounter them, how to prevent them gaining access to human food and waste and to carry bear spray when recreating.