Posted on Thursday, April 21, 2022 08:00 AM
In this week's CityPage issue: Mother's Day Public Swim, Looking for Whipper Snipper volunteers, Spring extra yard waste collection, and more...
HARBOUR POOL PUBLIC SWIMS
Mother's Day Public Swim
Sunday, May 8
Mom’s Swim Free. A special thank you to Tim Hortons for sponsoring this swim.
More information: fortsask.ca/swim
LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS
Whipper Snippers is a volunteer program where individuals, organizations, businesses, families, and youth...
Posted on Wednesday, April 20, 2022 12:14 PM
The West River's Edge Boat Launch is now open for the season.
Please note that the boat launch may close without notice due to changing River conditions.
Here are some boating basics
1. Always wear a lifejacket or personal flotation device!
Don't just have it in the boat, wear it.
2. Don't drink and boat
Consumption of alcohol while boating is illegal. Alcohol increases the effects of fatigue, sun, wind and boat motion leading to impaired balance, judgement and reaction time.
Posted on Thursday, April 14, 2022 08:00 AM
In this week's CityPage issue: Transit Holiday Service, Easter Loonie Swim, Policing Committee meeting, Weekly green cart collection, Spring extra yard waste collection, and more...
TRANSIT HOLIDAY SERVICE
During the Easter holiday, ETS Route 580 and our local service Fort Saskatchewan Transit Routes 582 & 583 will not operate on Friday, April 15.
Service for ETS Route 580 and local Fort Saskatchewan Transit Routes 582 & 583 will resume on Monday, April 18.
More info: goforttransit.ca...
Posted on Wednesday, April 13, 2022 11:27 AM
Fort Air Partnership (FAP), the organization that monitors the air local residents breathe, released 2022 first quarter Air Quality Health Index (AQHI) results today. The Government of Alberta calculates the AQHI using data collected at seven of FAP’s air monitoring stations.
Results show that AQHI in the Airshed was of low risk to health at least 89% of the time for the first three months of 2022, with Lamont County and Elk Island recording the highest percentage of low risk readings and Fort Saskatchewan...