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Snow Busters

Become a Snow Buster!

The Snow Buster volunteers are an essential part of making it a life-changing experience for our community, whether it's for the season or on a casual basis.

Looking to make a meaningful difference in the lives of individuals within your community? Apply to be a Snow Buster Volunteer! The Snow Buster members:

Help to build a stronger and safer community and create an opportunity for an important connection

"As one person I cannot change the world,
But I can change the world of one person."
-Paul Shane Spear

What is Snow Busters?

Volunteer your time to help a senior with snow clearing to remain in their homes safely. The Snow Busters community program matches qualified seniors with volunteers who commit to clearing ice and snow from a senior's walkway or driveway within 72 hours after each snowfall.

Your help will:

  • Enable a senior to remain in his/her home safely
  • Prevent injuries due to slips and falls

Will you help your neighbour? County citizens are encouraged to do their own "snow busting!" Simply offer to help a senior in your neighbourhood.


Flexible with when and how long

Help a senior through the winter or join the casual Snow Buster's team (help on a casual basis)


We try and match you with a senior who lives close to you.

What are the qualifications?

  • Desire to help someone within your community
  • individuals
  • Families
  • Teens over the age of 14 years
  • Teams or Groups

How do I join the team?

It's easy, submit a:

  • Snow Busters Application (108.5 KB) (Please use the application's "Submit" button.)
  • Criminal records check if your are older than 18 years of age. You will receive with a letter to provide the RCMP indicating you are a volunteer for Snow Busters.

Would like to know more information? Or are you ready to join the team?

Contact Snow Busters at:

Thank you to the individuals on the Snow Buster's team. Your hard work, dedication and commitment truly are the heart and soul of our community.

Last updated: Wednesday, August 23, 2017
Page ID: 38619