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SWIMMING LESSONS REGISTRATION FORM

Registration is underway for the upcoming swimming lessons at the NLAC. Complete the following form and bring it into the Northern Lights Aquatic Centre of email it to natasha.actonhayes@slavelake.ca before March 13 to be registered.


SCEHDULES FOR THE NLAC AND MRC - UPDATED

Multi Rec Centre Fieldhouse and Arena Schedule - CLICK HERE
NLAC WINTER SCHEDULE - CLICK HERE 


 SAND SCULPTURE COMMITTEE

The Sand Sculpture Committee will be holding a meeting Thursday, March 5th at 5pm in the Town Council Chambers. In order for the event to go ahead this year a committee of 7 members must be established. For more information please contact Jill at 780-843-5641 or jillian@slavelake.ca


LEGACY CENTRE LOGO DESIGN CONTEST

The Wildfire Legacy Corporation invites submissions of a logo design for use on Legacy Centre promotional materials. The designer of the selected submission will receive a $500 prize!
Submit your design…
- by May 15, 2015
- hand-drawn on white paper, or electronically in jpg, tiff, psd or ai format
- in person to the Town of Slave Lake, or via email to Audrey@slavelake.ca
- include your name and contact information



  GARBAGE CART REPLACEMENT

 All residential homes that have curbside garbage pickup, were provided with a garbage cart after the 2011 Wildfire. 
Newly rebuilt homes on lots where the home burned in 2011 will be provided with a FREE garbage cart if none were previously provided at that address.
Additional or replacement garbage carts are available at the Town office for a cost of $100 plus GST, and must be paid for in advance.
Phone 780 849 8012 to arrange for pickup/delivery.

  


LESSER SLAVE LAKE REGIONAL WASTE DISPOSAL RATES

Effective March 1, There will be new rates for disposal at the Lesser Slave Lake Regional Waste Management Facility.

To view all changes to the waste disposal rates, click here


REGIONAL GROWTH PLAN AGREEMENT AND INTERMUNICIPAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN
The Municipal District of Lesser Slave River No. 124 and the Town of Slave Lake are considering adoption of an Inter-Municipal Development Plan and of a Regional Growth Plan Agreement.


The purpose of the InterMunicipal Development Plan is to outline a cooperative framework for the coordination of planning and development that is of joint interest between the Town of Slave Lake and the Municipal District of Lesser Slave River No. 124.


The purpose of the Regional Growth Plan is to provide policy guidance for how the Local Governments, Tri-Council and the CAO Secretariat are to collaborate on regional initiatives, regional land use development and related regional services.


Click on the links below to view the Regional Growth Plan documents, and Open House panels
:

POLICIES AND AGREEMENTS
BACKGROUND DOCUMENT
REGIONAL LAND USE PLANS
OPEN HOUSE PANELS


SPRING AND SUMMER ADVERTISING PACKAGE
Your guide to recreation, arts, support services, (and ALL the resources you need) to enjoy safe, fun-filled days in the Town of Slave Lake and the Municipal District this Spring and Summer!

Would you like to have an ad in the next Spring/Summer program guide?
Artwork deadline: Thursday, January 29th 2015 at 3:00 PM

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION


UPCOMING SPONSORED SKATES
Everyone Welcome Skate
-Sponsored by:
Slave Lake Dental
Sunday, March 15
6:00pm to 7:30pm


Parent & Tot Skate

Sponsored by:
Mr Mikes Steakhouse Casual
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
10:30 am to 11:30 am


 Stick & Puck
Sponsored by: Mr Mikes Steakhouse Casual
Thursdays
11:45 am to 1:15 pm


Everyone Welcome Skate

-Sponsored by:
Mr Mikes Steakhouse Casual
Thursdays
3:30 pm to 4:45 pm


THE NORTHERN LIGHTS AQUATIC CENTRE NEWS
Upcoming Courses- For courses, times, costs, requirements and more information: CLICK HERE
Adult Swimming Lessons- Tuesday Evenings from 7:30pm to 8:30pm


SENIORS' WALKING TRACK - THANK YOU 2015 SPONSORS
The Town of Slave Lake would like to thank Whitecap Motors, along with Grizzly Electric, Mr. Mikes, and Royal LePage for stepping forward to sponsor seniors use of the walking track in the MRC for the 2015 season.  
Karl Gongos the owner of Whitecap Motors with the help of Randy Westlake, Operations manager has been instrumental in leveraging Whitecap’s generosity, with Grizzly Electric who has pledged to match Whitecap’s contribution of $4,650. Other local business’s, have also jumped on board, with Royal LePage sponsoring $200.00 and Mr. Mike’s $500.00 for a total of a $10,000 sponsorship. Any senior 60+. 

Arrangements for the passes can be made at the Multi Recreation Centre front desk.
To view Media Release:
CLICK HERE



REGULAR MONTHLY SIREN TESTS
Regular Siren Test are always:
Once a month, on the second Thursday, at 12:00 PM- Noon
These tests will last for 20 seconds.
Next test will be Thursday, March 12, 2015.


For more information please visit: 
THE SIREN INFORMATION PAGE


UPCOMING COUNCIL MEETING DATES

We encourage you to attend the Town of Slave Lake Council Meetings. All Council Meetings are held in the Council Chambers and begin at 7:00 pm unless otherwise specified. 
VIEW THE UPCOMING COUNCIL DATES


ATTENTION HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS!
Achieve career success through the High Prarie School Division's Dual Credit Program where you can learn a trade and get high school credit at the same time!  More details about this opportunity are in the video below.


TRI-COUNCIL REGIONAL WELLNESS
It is the mission of the Regional Wellness Advisory Committee to:
“Support a culture of well-being for residents of the Tri-Council Region”

Tri-Council Regional Wellness Scholarship:
The Regional Wellness Advisory Committee awards scholarships to students enrolled in health, wellness or social service programs.
For Scholarship application and more information:
CLICK HERE

Training Initiatives:

The Tri-Council Regional Training Initiative funds assist and support individuals, or community groups to have the financial means to attend, have access, or acquire wellness related training initiatives. Funds may also be made available to individuals who are in educational programs that have an end result of employment within health, wellness or education fields.

To learn more about Training Initiatives:
CLICK HERE

Wellness Grant:
The purpose of the Tri-Council Regional Wellness Grant is to assist and support both individuals, and community groups in creating regional wellness initiatives. The wellness grants will support the opportunity to develop and implement activities in the community that support wellness and improve quality of life for community members.
For more information about Wellness Grants:
CLICK HERE

Would you like to volunteer?
For Community Services Volunteer Application:
CLICK HERE



 FALL AND WINTER PROGRAM GUIDE
Your Town's guide to recreation, arts, support services and the resources you and your family need to enjoy a full and safe life in the Town of Slave Lake and our Municipal District!

Fall and Winter Program Guide  > Click to Download (20Mb)

 

*** CORRECTIONS ***
Please note the following corrections in digital file :
Pages 25, 26, 28 and 29 in Digital File – Northern Lights Aquatic Centre’s correct phone number is 780-849-8639
Page 67 in Digital File – The Lesser Slave Regional Landfill Hours are:
Monday – CLOSED
Tuesday – 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Wednesday – 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Thursday – 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Friday – 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Saturday – 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Sunday – CLOSED


IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING CRIMINAL RECORD CHECKS
Please note the Slave Lake RCMP will only accept/process information for Criminal Record Checks on Tuesdays. All requests and information for Criminal Record Checks must be dropped off and picked up by the individual on Tuesdays between the hours of 8:00 am and 4:30 pm.   
The local RCMP Station is located at 1005 6 Ave SE, Slave Lake, AB T0G 2A3.


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