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EPCOR Announces Mandatory Ban on Non-Essential Water Use in the Capital Region

Posted on Monday, January 29, 2024 04:33 PM

EPCOR has announced a mandatory ban on non-essential water use in the Capital Region, including Edmonton and Fort Saskatchewan. This urgent action is due to a failure in the distribution pumping system at one of the water treatment plants.

Residents are asked to conserve water by taking short showers instead of baths, delaying laundry and dishwasher use, and being mindful of water use in daily activities like brushing teeth. Reduced water pressure may be experienced.

Businesses, particularly...

Fort Sask Transit Welcomes New Buses and the Arc Card

Posted on Monday, January 22, 2024 09:00 AM

Fort Sask Transit (FST) is excited to announce the February arrival of new buses, offering a more reliable and refreshed travel experience for our riders, and the upcoming launch of the innovative Arc fare payment system.

The new buses will replace the current aging fleet and are set to become the new face of FST. Keep an eye out for their distinctive look as they hit the streets.

Embracing digital innovation, Arc will revolutionize fare payments within FST, offering a contactless, reloadable...

Municipal Transit Collaboration Agreement

Posted on Thursday, January 18, 2024 09:15 AM

Chief Administrative Officers (CAOs) from municipalities in the Edmonton Metro Region have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for a new, collaborative framework intended to improve regional transit services.

“This marks an important step forward for growing and improving transit service across the Edmonton Metro Region,” said Darrell Reid, CAO for Strathcona County and Chair of the Regional Transit CAO Roundtable.

“There are tremendous opportunities to permanently transform our transit...

Fort Saskatchewan RCMP Continues to Combat Rise in Emergency Scams

Posted on Monday, January 15, 2024 09:00 AM

Don’t fall for it!

The Fort Saskatchewan RCMP is intensifying its efforts to educate and protect the public against the surge in 'Emergency Scams' recently experienced in the area. The RCMP warns the community that these deceptive schemes, often labeled as 'Grandparent' or 'Grandchild' scams, are increasingly becoming a concern.

These fraudulent activities typically involve a phone call to unsuspecting individuals, falsely informing them that a family member is in legal or police trouble and...

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Unveiling Power UP!

Posted on Thursday, December 28, 2023 09:30 AM

Empowering Girls Through Fun, Sports, and Confidence-Building Magic

Hey, superstar girls of Fort Sask! Get ready for a FREE adrenaline-packed adventure that's all about fun, empowerment, and building unshakeable confidence. The City of Fort Saskatchewan proudly presents the Power UP! Program—a free game-changing educational experience developed by Girls in Sports Canada, designed especially for girls aged 8-17 who are ready to conquer the world of sports.

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