News Archive

Highlights from January 15, 2018 Regular Meeting of Council

Council held a public hearing to discuss Bylaw 16-17, which amends the Zoning Bylaw by clarifying the definition for railways and ancillary railway functions. With no members of the public in attendance and no written correspondence about the Bylaw having been received, Council subsequently proceeded to give second and third reading to Bylaw 16-17 ... [Read More]

Highlights from December 21, 2017 Special Council Meeting

A Special Meeting of Council was held on Thursday, December 21, 2017 at 4:00PM in Council Chambers. The Airport Bylaw 10-17 was brought back to Council for second and third reading after being tabled at the December 11, 2017 Regular Meeting of Council. Schedule B, the Schedule of Airport Fees, was amended with consideration to input Council receive... [Read More]

Highlights from December 11, 2017 Council Meeting

Resident Todd Ecklin attended as the first delegation of the meeting, requesting an update and timeline to resolve issues impacting his and other 6th Street West properties, which Ecklin had previously met with Mayor Rod Perkins to discuss. These included installation of privacy fencing, rodent control, and concerns about hazardous goods in nearby ... [Read More]

Highlights from November 27, 2017 Council Meeting

Council affirmed the Children’s Charter of the Kindersley Integrated Children’s Services (KICS), as presented at Council’s November 14, 2017 Regular Meeting. In doing so, Council resolved to consider the principles outlined in the Charter when making decisions that will impact children and families; and encouraged others who are invested in the gro... [Read More]

Highlights from November 14, 2017 Council Meeting

Kindersley Integrated Children’s Services (KICS) representative Arlene Goosen presented the group’s Children’s Charter, requesting that Council endorse the document and display it in Town facilities. The charter outlines the rights of children, which include the right to basic needs, to be safe and protected from discrimination, to be loved, and to... [Read More]

Proposals Sought for Affordable Rental Housing

Saskatchewan Housing Corporation is inviting proposals for the construction or acquisition of affordable rental housing for tenants who need support services.The Rental Development Program (RDP) provides a forgivable loan to sponsors (owners/developers) that want to build affordable rental housing and provide supports to low-income households in co... [Read More]

Town Commemorates Canada 150 Tree Project

At a brief ceremony held Friday, November 17, 2017, the Town of Kindersley proudly acknowledged the support of Tree Canada, the Government of Canada, and CN Rail for their contributions to the planting of trees to recognize Canada's 150th anniversary. Kindersley was the recipient of $4,840 from Tree Canada's "Tree to our Nature" grant, an... [Read More]

Regional Bylaw Court Established in Kindersley

Forty-three municipalities across west central Saskatchewan have partnered in the establishment of a regional bylaw court - the first of its kind in Saskatchewan. The court, which commences on Thursday, November 16 in Kindersley, will be a Provincial Court established for the purpose of hearing municipal bylaw matters of the 43 partnering municipal... [Read More]

Kindersley Youth Committee Wins Municipal Award

A Town of Kindersley initiative to involve youth in the community is the recipient of a 2017 Saskatchewan Municipal Award.The Kindersley Youth Committee claims the third place honour this year, acknowledged for revitalizing youth engagement in Kindersley, increasing the contributions of young people, and supporting intergenerational connection. The... [Read More]

Sewer Flushing Program Complete

Cycle 2 of the Town of Kindersley's annual sewer flushing program is now complete. The work began on Friday, October 20 and involved flushing out all sewer mains in multiple areas throughout Rosedale and other main routes as indicated in the map below. The sewer flushing program is separated into three cycles over a three-year rotation. Cycle ... [Read More]

Seeking Nominations to Kindersley Housing Authority

The Town of Kindersley invites nominations to the Kindersley Housing Authority Board of DirectorsThe Board of Directors is responsible for ensuring efficient and fair administration of social housing properties and projects within Kindersley. Board members are not expected to attend to administrative or maintenance tasks personally. The Board meets... [Read More]

Nominations Open for Volunteer Recognition Program

Rivers West District for Sport, Culture, and Recreation is inviting nominations for volunteers, facilities, events, and organizations that have made an incredible impact on their communities. The Rivers West District Volunteer Recognition Program is an annual initiative that recognizes those who make our communities better throughout west central S... [Read More]

Trip of the Month Lotto 26 Tickets on Sale

Tickets for the Kindersley Culture and Recreation Building Fund's annual Trip of the Month Lotto are now on sale, just in time for Christmas! Proceeds from Trip of the Month, now celebrating its 26th year of fundraising in Kindersley, are being directed to the Indoor Aquatic Centre project.Each month, a draw will be made for one (1) trip and o... [Read More]

Seeking By-Election Workers

A by-election will be held in the Kindersley constituency before March 1, 2018. Elections Saskatchewan is seeking workers to fill jobs in the returning office and in the polling stations for advanced voting and on by-election day.Visit elections.sk.ca/takepart to learn more and apply. [Read More]

Molson Canadian Celebrates Kindersley Volunteers

Molson Canadian Celebrating a #TasteofWhoWeAre September11, 2017 – KINDERSLEY, Saskatchewan For Canada’s 150th, Molson Canadian is calling on the nation to share the real life stories of Canadians acting with connection, class, celebration, commitment and contribution. The brand is celebrating and inspired by the best of Canadian character, reward... [Read More]

Register Now for Lifeguard Recruitment Workshops

The Town of Kindersley is planning for the Fall 2018 opening of Kindersley’s indoor aquatic facility. As part of this preparation, we are looking to assemble a team of enthusiastic, skilled, and highly engaged employees to work as lifeguards and pool staff. We invite you to learn more about these opportunities (including training required and certi... [Read More]

5 Things to Do in Kindersley This Winter

Kindersley has activities for all ages and interests. Here are 5 tips of fun things you can do in Kindersley this winter with friends, family, and on your own. Find more activities and programs on our website under the the Things to Do heading. #1 Attend an EventOur community facilities are busy with events year-round, whether they are hockey games... [Read More]

Update on Pool Construction

Click to see more pool updates on Town of Kindersley Facebook pageProgress Continues on Steel FrameworkPosted 2017-12-18The structure of the indoor aquatic centre continues to take shape as seen from the north window of the West Central Events Centre.Steel Starts to Go UpPosted 2017-12-06Crews began erecting standing steel supports on Wednesday, De... [Read More]

Launching our new and improved ice schedule

The 2017-18 season is underway at the West Central Events Centre. Ice was successfully prepared in the Events Centre Arena last week for programming over the weekend. Check our schedule for public skating, shinny, and parent/tot skating times. Programming at the Co-Op Arena begins on October 10.We are excited to launch a new online facility calenda... [Read More]

Bronze Medallion and Cross Courses this August

Kindersley's new indoor aquatic centre will be open in 2018 and we're planning ahead for staff! The Town of Eston is hosting Bronze Medallion and Bronze Cross lifeguard training in August.August 21-13: Bronze MedallionAugust 28-30: Bronze CrossEach training day will run from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. If you would like to register, please con... [Read More]