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Monday Oct 23


All pets must be on a leash while on public property. While walking your pet you are required to clean up any mess that pet may have made.

Many complaints are being received at the Village Office regarding people who neglect to follow the Animal Bylaw.

Violators can and will be prosecuted. If you see an animal running at large please contact the Village Office, or if you see someone abusing private property allowing their pets to use these lands as their personal "bathrooms" they can be charged and/or pets can be impounded.

Please respect your neighbours and the towns public properties.


First Responders Needed

First responders

Tornado Preparedness

3 Ways to Survive a Tornado

 1. Learn the difference between a Tornado Watch and a Tornado Warning.  Tornado Watch: conditions favourable for a tornado to develop. Keep alert andwatch for changing weather conditions, and listen to weather updates.   Tornado Warning: a tornado has been sighted in your area, or has been pickedup on radar. Seek shelter immediately.  
2. Get prepared.   Have an emergency preparedness plan and kit ready that will be able to supportyou and your family to last at least 72 hours.   Have a plan. Know your escape route and meeting place. Practice! 

3. Know what to do.  Indoorso Go to the lowest level of the building (cellar, basement, etc.).o If no basement, choose an inner hallway or smaller room with no windows.o Stay away from windows, outside walls and doors. o Get under a piece of sturdy furniture like a heavy table or desk and hold on. o If in a mobile home – get out and find shelter elsewhere! o Avoid places with wide-span roofs like cafeterias and shopping smalls. o Use your arms to protect your head and neck.o Shut off power, gas and water.   Outdoors o If possible, get inside a building.o Lie in a ditch or a low area — or crouch near a strong building and stay away from fallen power lines. 

 In a vehicleo If the tornado is close, leave the vehicle immediately and take cover in a low area. Never try to drive!o Find shelter away from the vehicle. redcross.ca/prepare      @RedCrossSK       #skstorm

Red Cross Guide to Flood Recovery

With the anticipated above average spring melt runoff here are some useful tips on cleaning up after a flood. Please click here to view the Red Cross Guide to Flood Recovery.

Jump-in, Vibank!


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