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Phone: 780.835.4903
Fax: 780.835.3131

 

 

 

 

When entering the MD for the first time you will descend into the beautiful Peace River Valley and then cross over the unique and breathtaking Dunvegan Bridge, the longest gravity-anchored suspension bridge in Alberta.

 

 

 

  

 

"CODE OF THE WEST"

Council has adopted the "Code of the West" as a philosophical guideline for our Municipality. To view a copy of the "Code of the West" please click here.  

 


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The Robert E. Walter Memorial Scholarship 

 Application Deadline: March 31 2017

For Scholarship Application Package Please Click HERE  

 


 

Community Initiatives Program

 The Community Initiatives Program's (CIP) ALBERTA CANADA 150 stream will provide $2 million to support projects that align with the four themes for the federal Canada 150 approach:

-Diversity and inclusion, and the building of common interests and relationships;

-Supporting efforts toward reconciliation of indigenous and non-indigenous Canadians;

-Engaging and inspiring youth to carry forward the legacy of Canada 150; and

-Connecting Canadians with nature and raising environmental stewardship to the level of national consciousness.

 

To view eligibility requirements please click HERE 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 


 

 


A Little Something Sweet, at GPRC Bookstore! 

 

 

 

 


 

WATER QUALITY QUESTIONAIRE 

I am a PhD student at the University of Calgary’s Faculty of Veterinary Medicine (supervised by Dr. David Hall) investigating perceptions of water quality in rural Alberta associated with livestock. We are currently looking for participants for this study and are exploring gathering participants through targeting local county councils within the province. Would it be possible to circulate this message within your county to recruit any well water owners who may be interested?

Participants in this study will be asked to answer a questionnaire (approximately 20 min.in length) and submit a private water sample for microbiological testing (i.e., total coliforms and E. coli). To be eligible for this study a participant must be at least 18 years old and have a private water source (e.g., a water well, cistern) which they use for domestic purposes (e.g., drinking, washing, and cooking in the household).

The questionnaire will address demographic information, private water use, livestock attributes, and questions related to water quality and risk. A participant may complete the questionnaire in two ways: 

1. A paper questionnaire mailed to them.

2. An online questionnaire at the following link https://survey.zohopublic.com/zs/Bly0Y1 

If you are interested and have any further questions, please contact us: (Email: abraham.munene2@ucalgary.ca , Cell Phone (587) 433 0028

Sincerely, Abraham Munene, BSc 2012, MES 2014,PhD candidate

(class of 2019)Veterinary Medical Sciences, University of Calgary Foothills Campus,

Office location: TRW 2D31Cell phone contact: 587 433 0028

 


 

 

 


 

 


 

 

 GPRC Newsletter

 To view please click HERE

 


 

 

 ATTENTION

Outdoor recreational enthusiast be aware there are still plenty of crops either standing or swathed on private land, leased land, and grazing lands.  

Hunters, snowmobilers and others who access those lands must have permission from landowners and leaseholders before entering or they could be charged under the Wildlife Act and Petty Trespassing Act. 

"No Snowmobiling Allowed" signs are available free of charge at the M.D. of Fairview Office.


Please be aware that the OUTSIDE TAPS at the Bluesky

 and Whitelaw fill stations have been SHUT OFF FOR THE

 WINTER. For filling of buckets, small containers etc... you

 are still able to use the culvert or fill station at the Whitelaw

Springs.

 


 

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!

Classroom Agriculture Program (CAP)

What do volunteers do in CAP?
-Go into pre-registered classrooms across Alberta for 1 hour
-Use story-telling, hands-on props, and fun activities to teach grade 4 students about the importance of agriculture in our daily lives
-CAP provides training ideas, and guidance for volunteers
-The first presentation is about a 5 hour commitment - 4 hours of training and preparation followed by the presentation
-Training occurs in your area in February for spring classroom visits
Why volunteer for CAP?
-A strong agricultural industry leads to a strong and vibrant rural Alberta
-There is a growing disconnect, particularly in urban populations, between the farm and consumer. A greater understanding of where our food comes from will lead to greater support of agriculture
-CAP currently reaches about half the grade four students in Alberta, but with more volunteers could reach all students
- It's fun to work with the kids and you'll be well-supported!
To register as a volunteer, go to www.classroomagriculture.com, or get in touch with CAP General Manager Don George: 587-877-2544 or don.george@classroomagriculture.com
 


NOTICE TO M.D. RESIDENTS

Due to municipal staff and council time constraints, the Hamlet and Non-Hamlet Residents meetings will not be held in late 2016 as planned. Please watch for notice of the meetings to be held in early Spring of 2017.


 

 AFSC Benefit Eligibility for Unharvested

Crops

For more information about the Unharvested Acreage Benefit, call the client contact centre at 1-877-899-2372, email info@afsc.ca or visit your local Branch Office.

  


The Fall 2016 Newsletter

In this issue:

-Development Permits Requirements

-Fairview Rural Water Projects

-New Staff

-Gravel Pit Hours

-Dog and Cat Licences Renewal Date much more! 

To view the District Dialogue click here.


  

NORTH PEACE REGIONAL LANDFILL WINTER HOURS

Tuesday 9am-5pm
Wednesday 9am-5pm
Thursday 9am-5pm
Friday 9am-5pm
Saturday 9am-5pm

 

 Last load in please by 15 minutes prior to closing

Sunday & Monday

CLOSED

 

Statutory Holidays

CLOSED


  TD Banking

 

The M.D. of Fairview No.136 now allows customers banking with TD Canada Trust to make bill payments in-branch, online, or via telephone banking. This is in addition to ATB, CIBC, RBC, Scotia Bank, and Servus Credit Union.

 

Please refer to the finance page for more information. 

 

 

 

2016 Father's Day Fly-in Breakfast Slideshow

To view click here 

 


  

 Amisk Hydroelectric Project

The proposed location is targeted for the Alberta Peace, about 15 kilometers upstream from Dunvegan putting it north of Spirit River and southwest of Fairview.
For more information on the project click here.

 Ironstone Resources

 Ironstone Resources has updated their Clear Hills Iron & Vanadium Project. They are ready to move into the commercialization stage and hope to have a demonstration and innovation centre built in the Clear Hills area in the next 12 to 24 months.
 For more information click here. The snow has begun to melt away, exposing the dry grasses from last fall. These dry grasses are very easy to ignite and wildfires will spread very quickly in these conditions. Please exercise caution when spending time in the forest this time of year.
For more information please click here!

 


 

*Effective immediately, Public Access is NO LONGER available for the Bluesky Water Truck Fill Station Washroom.*


 

Tourism Entrepreneurship Newsletter

To view the Newsletter please click here  

  

 

 


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FCSS
Fairview Chamber
Town of Fairview
Peace River School Div.
G.P. Catholic School Div.
Fairview Ski Hill
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