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SUMMER POOL BASH 2014!
Join us Saturday, August 9 from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm for Summer Pool Bash 2014!
There will be a live DJ on site - come by for some great fun, games, prizes and much more!
CLICK HERE TO VIEW POSTER

NORTHERN LIGHTS AQUATIC CENTRE TEMPORARILY CLOSED BEGINNING AUGUST 16, 2014
The Northern Lights Aquatic Centre will close August 16, 2014 for repairs and deep cleanings. This work is part of the Town and College’s ongoing commitment to ensure we provide secure and clean aquatic centres for all.  This year we are dong basin paint repairs, so the shutdown will longer than normal.  We are anticipating reopening on September 29, 2014.
We will be accepting swim lesson registrations at the Multi-Rec Centre facility [not the pool] starting August 18, 2014 the deadline is September 7, 2014.

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP) - BOSCH VIDEO SECURITY CAMERAS 
You are invited to quote on the supply and install of a video security camera system as per the specifications. Bidding packages can be picked up at the Multi-Rec Centre.
Please contact Ken Krueger before picking up bid.
FOR  MORE INFORMATION ON THE RFP CLICK HERE


REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP) - HOUSING STUDY AND NEEDS ASSESSMENT

The Slave Lake Region Economic Development program is requesting proposals for the completion of a Housing Study and Needs Assessment of the Slave Lake Region. In May 2011 wildfires destroyed one third of Slave Lake, Alberta, much of which was residential. The effects of the wildfires on the housing and rental market are still evident in 2014; thus, a Housing Study and Needs Assessment is required to inform the communities, its decision makers and stakeholders on current and future (short-term) housing needs.
TO DOWNLOAD THE RFP PLEASE VISIT:
http://vendor.purchasingconnection.ca/Opportunity.aspx?Guid=57BA7F43-19F4-4D7E-807B-D7F71DE92C84

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP) - MARINA FEASIBILITY AND BUSINESS CASE
The Slave Lake Region Economic Development program is requesting proposals for the completion of a marina feasibility study and business case. Lesser Slave Lake is Alberta’s largest automobile-accessible lake, which is enjoyed year round with summer activities and winter ice fishing. There are various access points on the east end of Lesser Slave Lake, however an opportunity exists for a large marina to be built and operated in the Slave Lake area. 
This Request for Proposal seeks a proponent to study various sites around the east end of Lesser Slave Lake to determine the best location to build a marina. The proponent will also create a business case for investors including an investment profile for building and operating a marina in the Slave Lake area. The business case will include overall cost projections and revenue options for the marina once operational, the amenities that may entice further investment and success, the timeline from interest to operation, the regulatory process involved and a step-by-step how-to guide for an investor to see the project from interest to operation. The proponent must also provide a full market and demand analysis as background information to the business case.  
TO DOWNLOAD THE RFP PLEASE VISIT:
http://vendor.purchasingconnection.ca/Opportunity.aspx?Guid=B8D00825-1688-4BC2-9C4B-FD8AF5248E08 

TRI-COUNCIL REGIONAL WELLNESS SCHOLARSHIP
Two Scholarships for $3,000 each are available.
Applications Due: July 15, 2014
CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION

NEW SENIORS' FACILITY UNDER CONSTRUCTION
Points West Living will add 53 living spaces offering multiple levels of care

SLAVE LAKE – Construction is underway on a new designated supportive living facility that will help meet the care needs of local seniors. 
TO VIEW FULL MEDIA RELEASE CLICK HERE

NEW MULTI-REC CENTRE SCHEDULE
The Fieldhouse and Arena Schedule at the MRC for May to August is now available.
TO VIEW SCHEDULES CLICK HERE

CHECK OUT THE NEW 2014 SPRING/SUMMER 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!
TO VIEW THE GUIDE CLICK HERE

2014 SLAVE LAKE WILDFIRE RECOVERY VIDEO
This video was a joint project through the Lesser Slave Lake Regional Tri-Council and Alberta Municipal Affairs.  The consultant used was Sparks & Associates.  
 
TO VIEW RECOVERY VIDEO CLICK HERE

SLAVE LAKE REGION WEBSITE LIVE!
The Regional Economic Development Officer is pleased to announce that the Slave Lake Region website is now live at
http://www.slavelakeregion.ca
This website has a variety of information and resources for visitors, residents and businesses in the Slave Lake Region, which is composed of the Town of Slave Lake, the Municipal District of Lesser Slave River and the Sawridge First Nation.
The website features a Community Profile, a magazine ideal for visitors to learn about recreation and excitement in the area; it also has a Resident Welcome Package and Business Welcome Package for download that provides information for newcomers and potential entrepreneurs/investors.
The Slave Lake Region is on:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/slavelakeregion
Twitter:
https://twitter.com/slavelakeregion

THINK LOCAL MARKETS
Think Local Markets provides an online storefront for residents to shop locally grown, made or available products at their convenience, while promoting the local economy! Northwestern Alberta businesses showcase and sell their products and services locally and around the world. 
FOR MORE INFORMATION CLICK HERE

WANT TO LEARN TO SWIM OR IMPROVE YOUR STROKE?
Sign up for swimming lessons. 
Get the Registration Form by clicking on the link below or pick a form up at the Northern Lights Aquatic Centre:
SWIMMING LESSONS REGISTRATION FORMS FOR JULY/AUGUST 2014
Breanne Muzylowski
Aquatic Supervisor
(780)849-8640
breanne@slavelake.ca

NLAC SWIM TIMES FOR JULY AND AUGUST 2014
For more information call 780-849-8639
CLICK HERE TO SCHEDULE TIMES

SO YOU WANT TO BECOME A LIFEGUARD?
The Northern Lights Aquatic Facility is offering the Lifesaving Society’s National Lifeguard Course beginning May 9, 2014!
FOR MORE INFORMATION CLICK HERE

GET YOUR BOAT LICENSE
A Pleasure Craft Operator Card is required to operate power-driven boats and watercraft in Canada - It’s The Law.
Every person who operates a motorized boat in Canada must obtain proof of competency. You can obtain a Pleasure Craft Operator Card by passing a Transport Canada Accredited boating safety test. Getting your Operator Card proves that you are a competent boater and ensures that you understand Canada’s navigation rules and how to boat safely.
Boaters can obtain their official Pleasure Craft Operator Card, commonly known as a boat license or boat card, by successfully passing the BOATsmart! exam. 
TO OBTAIN YOUR PLEASURE CRAFT OPERATOR CARD CLICK HERE

WANT TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE? THE WELLNESS ADVISORY COMMITTEE IS SEEKING MEMBERS!
This engaging new committee is seeking dynamic individuals who are residents of the Town of Slave Lake, the MD of Lesser Slave River, or the Sawridge First Nations to serve on a committee.
Responsibilities: To act in an advisory capacity to the Lesser Slave Lake Region by making recommendations pertaining to community wellness matters, and to provide advice and direction to the Regional Wellness Coordinator in the development and implementation of a social recovery/wellness strategy and annual operational plan with the desire to generate balanced growth in a socially and environmentally responsible manner to the benefit of the Regional member communities.
TO VIEW SUMMARY CLICK HERE
TO VIEW POSITION OVERVIEW CLICK HERE
TO DOWNLOAD APPLICATION FORM CLICK HERE

SLAVE LAKE - A TOWN ON THE MOVE
Wow, get prepared for action.
Over the next two to three months Slave Lake will be humming with activity.
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