Posted on Thursday, August 12, 2021 02:00 PM
The City of fort Saskatchewan encourages residents to join its mature neighbourhood working groups
Do you live in one of our mature neighbourhoods, Sherridon, Pineview, or the residential areas around Downtown? To kick-off the next stage of our Mature Neighbourhood study, we’re inviting you to join our Mature Neighbourhood Working Groups!
“We hope many residents will join us in this work so we can truly reflect their experience of their neighbourhood in the new bylaw. Change is a constant, and...
Posted on Monday, July 26, 2021 12:00 PM
Fort Saskatchewan RCMP in partnership with Fort Saskatchewan Municipal Enforcement are asking residents to take an active role in crime prevention in their neighbourhood and community by joining the #9PMRoutine.
The #9PMRoutine is a campaign used by police agencies across North America to remind citizens to protect themselves and their property.
There are simple steps you can take to help prevent crime in your neighbourhood. Every night at 9 PM:
• Remove valuables from your vehicle and ensure...
Posted on Friday, July 16, 2021 08:45 AM
The presentation will provide opportunity to ask questions and learn about employment with RCMP
The RCMP is looking for motivated and dedicated women to join our team. Learn how you can be part of Canada’s national police force at a special “virtual” recruiting presentation for women. Attendees will be able to interact with female RCMP officers who will take your questions and provide insight into their experiences in the RCMP.
From Constable to Commissioner, anything is possible for women who...
Posted on Monday, July 05, 2021 11:00 AM
“The City of Fort Saskatchewan acknowledges the tragic discovery of the 751 Indigenous children found in unmarked graves at Marieval Indian Residential School on Cowessess First Nation and the 182 unmarked graves found at the site of Kooteney Residential School in Cranbrook," said Gale Katchur, Mayor of Fort Saskatchewan, "We are mourning these losses and the 215 children found at the Kamloops Residential School on Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation."
Sadly, we know that many more discoveries of...
Posted on Wednesday, June 30, 2021 07:45 AM
As Fort Saskatchewan moves forward with hosting Canada Day events, we would like to bring awareness to the complex nature of our festivities this year. While many people are looking forward to celebrating our nation, we must also acknowledge that many are in a period of mourning for their relatives and ancestors: the Indigenous children who have been found buried across our country at Residential Schools.
During our 2021 Canada Day celebrations, residents may notice some changes to our usual approach...