Lesser Slave River News

Community news updates from the MD

Calling Canadian prairie grain producers

We invite you to participate in the University of Alberta Research Survey titled "Exploring Winter Wheat and Ultra-Early Seeding in the Canadian Prairies."

Important: weight restrictions in effect on Muskeg Creek Bridge

Effective immediately, a strict weight limit of 5 tonnes will be enforced on the Muskeg Creek Bridge in accordance with the imposed weight restrictions.

MD Earns ARMA Collection Site Award of Excellence

Coveted accolade further entrenches regional waste management facility’s status as an industry leader in recycling.

Be bear smart

The MD has received numerous reports regarding the surge in bear sightings and human interactions in the region.

Canyon Creek Raw Water Intake Pump Chamber Upgrade Initiative

Construction will commence at the MD's Canyon Creek Water Treatment Plant Raw Water Intake Pumping Station at lake shore in early September.

Flashing red. Kids ahead.

The MD reminds motorists to drive with extra caution, watch for pedestrians, and pay attention to school bus signals.

Farm mental health: stories of challenge and recovery

The unique stressors and challenges that farmers face can have a negative impact on their mental health and well-being.

Upgrades underway at Smith Water Treatment Plant

There will be no disruption to the water supply during the operational upgrade work at Smith Water Treatment Plant.

MD Submits Application for Federal Flood Mitigation Dollars

Marten Beach project shows considerable merit as gauged by funding parameters.

MD administration offices are open from Monday to Friday between 8:15am and 4:30pm.
Main Office: Box 722 - 3000, 15th Ave SE, Slave Lake, AB
T:780.849.4888  F:1.866.449.4888
Sub-office: 660061 Range Road 20, Flatbush, AB
T:780.681.3929  F:1.866.681.3929




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