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Announcements and Notices


 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).


Newsletters

Village of Canwood Newsletter
September 2019

Canwood School Newsletter
October 2019


Village Council
Public Notices

OCTOBER MEETING

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 199-19 the regular October meeting will be moved to Monday, October 21, 2019, commencing at 9:30 a.m. in the Village Office.

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 Wednesday, October 16, 2019, at 3:00 p.m. immediately preceding so it may be added to the agenda.

Erin Robertson, Administrator

 


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MP Georgina Jolibois

Statement in the House of Commons
to the community of Village of Canwood and RM of Canwood.
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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


Canwood Summer Youth Program - 2019

by: SYP Coordinator Amy Wreford and Assistants Cassidy Anderson and Casey Kvinlaug

The Canwood Summer Youth Program had a great run again for the summer of 2019. With seven themed weeks and over fifty kids, ages 5-12, registered in the program, both the kids and us Coordinators had a blast. This year’s themes for the program were Hello Summer, Blast from the Past, SYP’s Game of Games, Water Whiz, Home on the Range, Sports Extravaganza and The Great Outdoors.

For ‘Hello Summer’ each day had a different theme. The days included Make Something Monday, Taste Something Tuesday, Wonder Something Wednesday, Thoughtful Thursday, and Friendship Friday. Each day had a specific craft and activity based on its theme, for example, on Thoughtful Thursday, the kids made summer greeting cards for the residents at Whispering Pine Place Nursing Home. This busy week was a great start to the summer for the kids.  

In ‘Blast from the Past’ week, the kids were transported back through time to the Ice Age, Prehistoric Times, Ancient Egypt and all the way to the ’50s. The kids went on several field trips, those of which included BINGO with the Canwood Elks, crafts and sing-a-longs with the Whispering Pine Place Residents and playing Lego and testing out 3D pens at the Canwood Public Library. This week was very busy, and there was never a dull moment at SYP.

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“On Call” Volunteers

Volunteer “Friends” – Whispering Pine Place, Canwood (306) 468-2900

Volunteers are matched with a patient/resident, and become their personal friend.  Volunteers might write letters, play cards, read, perform small favors, take their friend shopping, for coffee in or out of the hospital, and recognize birthdays, Christmas, & special occasions.

Shifts:  Flexible, once or twice per week.

If you are interested in this or any other Volunteer service position, or if you have a particular skill or talent you would like to share with the patients, residents or clients in the Health Region, please call your local health care facility to apply. You can also reach the PAPHR Volunteer Services Department at (306) 765-6010, by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or find us on the web at www.paphr.ca   We look forward to matching your talents and interests with the right position for you.

Friendly Visiting – Whispering Pine Place – Canwood (306) 468-2900

Duties include visiting residents on a one-to-one basis or in small groups, chatting, playing cards, reading, sitting outside with residents, portering residents, taking residents to functions, shopping trips, performing small favors, walking Alzheimer patients, etc.

Shifts:
9:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. or 1:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. daily


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