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Thank You Alberta Lottery Fund Art Gallery Volunteers!

Posted on Wednesday, April 10, 2019 07:30 AM

Volunteer extraordinaire, Roger MacMillan has been volunteering the Alberta Lottery Fund Art Gallery since 2004. Roger is an amazingly enthusiastic volunteer whose passion for the community shows in all the work he does. Rogers positive energy always brightening someone’s day. He's a shining example of what our community represents.

Thank you to all our amazing Art Gallery Volunteers for being ambassadors of art and culture in Fort Saskatchewan. 

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New Investment Website for the City of Fort Saskatchewan

Posted on Tuesday, April 09, 2019 01:00 PM

Seeking to drive new investment to Fort Saskatchewan’s energetic and fast-growing economy, the City's Economic Development team is boosting its online presence. InvestFortSask.ca is a new stand-alone website that targets site selectors, business owners, investors and those representing new and exciting industries.

InvestFortSask.ca launched earlier this year and is already being recognized. On April 4, 2019, the City received an Award of Excellence in the Business Attraction and Investment category...

Legacy Park Family Festival Returns June 1

Posted on Tuesday, April 09, 2019 08:45 AM

Planning is underway for the annual Legacy Park Family Festival.

Always a community favourite, the Festival runs from 10:30 am to 3:00 pm at Legacy Park on June 1, 2019. There are numerous activities for families. Indulge in delicious food offerings and take in entertainment on the main stage. Mugsy, the multi-talented juggler, unicyclist, magician, and clown will headline the entertainment. Local dance groups and musically talented individuals will also perform on the bandshell stage.

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Thank You Youth Action Club Volunteers!

Posted on Tuesday, April 09, 2019 07:30 AM

Cassidy Sinclair and Samantha Hunt are two amazing youth volunteers in our community. They're active members of the Youth Advisory Committee and the first to lend a hand at any opportunity. They've been part of Deadwood, YouthFest, Leading to Reading and the Bridging Generations Program. You may also recognize them as Santa’s Elves from Milk and Cookies with Santa event.

Thank you to our youth volunteers for mentoring the next generation.

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Thank you Snow Angel Volunteers!

Posted on Monday, April 08, 2019 09:30 AM

Tyson Ofstie has volunteered his time with the City Snow Angels program for 3 winter seasons - that's nearly 60 hours of snow shoveling!

This program helps people who are unable to remove snow from their property because of medical or mobility reasons. Our volunteers donate their tiime, and snow shovels, to support the safety and wellness of our residents. The Snow Angels program has been fortunate to have reliable and hardworking volunteers like Tyson who this amazing community. Thank you to all...