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Archive: November

Posted November 21, 2017

County earns another national award for annual financial reporting

Strathcona County has earned a third consecutive Canadian Award for Financial Reporting Achievement, this time for its 2016 Annual Report: “LEADING. LIVABLE. A new lens to guide us forward.”

Posted November 20, 2017

Council begins Budget 2018 deliberations

Strathcona County Council today received 2018 budget recommendations for municipal operating and capital budgets.

Posted November 16, 2017

Planning a northeast river crossing: phase 2 public meetings

Residents are invited to attend public meetings for phase 2 of the Northeast River Crossing (NERC) Functional Planning Study. This study will identify a potential location for a proposed future roadway and bridge over the North Saskatchewan River, connecting Edmonton and Strathcona County.

Posted November 9, 2017

Visit Santa and his reindeer at the Celebration of Lights!

On Saturday, November 18, the Community Centre will be transformed into a winter wonderland with FREE family activities at the Celebration of Lights. This event is Strathcona County’s kickoff to the holiday season, while also celebrating Canada’s 150 birthday.

Posted November 8, 2017

Residents are asked to stay safe: keep off the ice

Ice safety is everyone’s responsibility. Please remind your family and friends to obey all posted signs, play safe and keep off the ice.

Posted November 7, 2017

Help prevent family violence: reach out, speak out.

Today, Mayor Rod Frank declared November as family violence prevention month in Strathcona County. 

Posted November 1, 2017

Annual Municipal Land Licensing Program offers land to area farmers

Area farmers and owners of livestock can once again apply for the opportunity to license Strathcona County land for use as hay and pasture land. 

Posted November 1, 2017

Gallery@501 Exhibit features artwork from Canada’s first woman to go to space

The Gallery@501 is pleased to present Light in the Land – the Nature of Canada by one of Canada’s most celebrated citizens, Dr. Roberta Bondar. This photographic exhibit opens on November 10 and is on display until December 21, 2017.