Community Quick Links

 

 

facebook

google sm

CREDITUNIONLOGO 3

SaskAlert

Highway55


cibc

YouTube

 

kijiji

 

sasktel

 

 If you have a
link suggestion

contact Village Office

Webmaster
FireFlyWebs
In Support of Rural Saskatchewan

 

 Village of Canwood, Saskatchewan
Community Home Page

Announcements and Notices


Newsletters

Village of Canwood Newsletter
May 2021

Canwood School
Summer 2021


>

Village Council
Public Notices

Next Council Meeting - Monday, August 16th, 2021

Please take note that as per section 6 of Bylaw 2016 – 03, a Bylaw to Regulate the Proceedings of Municipal Council and Council’s Committees, regular meetings of Council for the Village of Canwood will be held on the 3rd Wednesday of each month. As per Resolution 152-21, the regular August meeting will be moved to Monday, August 16, 2021, commencing at 6:00 p.m.

As per subsection 13.6 of the same Bylaw, anyone wanting to bring forth any items to council’s attention at this regular meeting is asked to please submit to the office no later than the Monday, August 9, 2021, 3:00 p.m. immediately preceding so it may be added to the agenda.

*With the uncertainty of the lifting of our Public Health Orders, be advised that due to COVID – 19 Coronavirus, to allow for proper social distancing, this meeting will be held at the Village owned building located at 580 Main Street (café), Canwood, SK. If you wish to attend this meeting, please be advised that the gallery will be required to sit at an appropriate distance from Administration, members of Council or any other attendee.*

Erin Robertson, Administrator


Toll-Free Phone Line for COVID-19 Questions

The Saskatchewan Public Safety Agency has launched a dedicated, toll-free phone line for people who have questions about the COVID-19 pandemic that are not health-specific. You can dial 1-855-559-5502 (306-787-8539 in Regina) between 6AM and 10PM for information ranging from government services to travel restrictions.

People who have symptoms or health concerns are encouraged to phone 811.


Rural Crime Watch Membership Drive

The Village and R.M. of Canwood No. 494 hosted a community meeting on November 29, 2018, to discuss starting a Rural Crime Watch. Those in attendance at the meeting expressed an interest in the development of a Rural Crime Watch Program.

What is the next step?  Read More Here

Please be advised of the following from Sgt. Kent Ashworth, Ahtahkakoop Detachment Commander:

The Ahtahkakoop/ Shellbrook RCMP are advising the community of Canwood to report all suspicious activity to the police. When reporting suspicious behaviour, please call 310-RCMP(7267). This number will put you directly with the RCMP communications centre where they will dispatch your complaint to an RCMP officer. 911 is used for emergencies, but when in doubt if your incident is an emergency or not, please call 310-RCMP(7267).


parktransformation

Canwood Park


Canwood and Districts Volume II History Book

Available for purchase at:

R.M. of Canwood Office 
$60 per book 
For more information contact the office at (306)468-2014


Lawn and Garden Watering Restriction

Notice to Village of Canwood Residents

Lawn and Garden Watering Restriction starting June 28, 2021 Because of the hot conditions, there has been a drastic increase in water usage.

In order to curb excess usage and protect our water source, please be advised of the following when watering lawns, gardens and flowers:

The restriction assumes the middle of Main Street as the divide line

  • The East portion of town from Main Street and South Avenue will be allowed to water on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.
  • The West portion of town from Main Street and 1st Street West (across the tracks) will be allowed to water on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
  • No one will be allowed to water on Mondays.
  • To promote saturation and avoid evaporation the best time to water your lawn is early in the morning or in the evening.

Some helpful hints when maintaining your lawn is to only water once a week with approximately an inch of water. This will drive grass roots deep into the soil in search of moisture and your lawn will be more drought-tolerant as a result. Overwatering is also bad for your lawn's health as it can contribute to the development of fungus and disease. You should also cut your lawn high at two-and-a- half to three inche


Village Office Open Public

Please be advised that the Village of Canwood office has reopened to the public with the following restrictions:

Due to COVID – 19, we ask that you respect Physical Distancing by having only ONE visitor in the office at a time.

If the village office is occupied with an individual, please wait in the lobby of the building or outside if lobby is already occupied.

We strongly encourage residents or visitors to contact the office, prior to in-person visits, as we may be able to address your concern over the phone or through another method of communication.


ClinicHours


RecyclingChange2018
Click for Full PDF


Clubs and Organizations

Clubs may submit content for their own page if desired. Contact Village Office.

  • Make sure your organizational events are submitted to village office for our Community Calendar.
    Please pass along our new website link to friends and family.
  • We need photos. If you have good, high resolution shots of the Village and/or events please contact Village Office. Scenic shots are also welcome