News Archive

October 16-22, 2017 is Waste Reduction Week

The Town of Kindersley is recognizing National Waste Reduction Week from October 16-22, 2017. Waste reduction is key to conserving the world's resources and landfill space, and to reducing our debt to future generations. Therefore, Council of the Town of Kindersley urges residents to promote this year's theme, "Too Good to Waste," by taki... [Read More]

Highlights from October 10, 2017 Council Meeting

Twelve projects were awarded a total of $7,691.34 in funds from the fall intake of the 2017 Community Grant, which was introduced by Council in 2013 to support local initiatives that seek to benefit and/or improve the community. Recipients are as follows:Pathway to Wellness $750 Kindersley Chamber of Commerce $750West Central Crisis and Family Supp... [Read More]

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

In recognition of the Canadian Cancer Society and its efforts, Council of the Town of Kindersley has proclaimed October 2017 as Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The proclamation is intended to increase awareness of the effects and causes of breast cancer across Canada and to encourage all residents to participate in educating themselves on breast can... [Read More]

Highlights from September 25, 2017 Council Meeting

Lorne Kelsey and Patty Brotzel-Close, representatives of NRC Community Management Inc., addressed Council as a delegation to provide a report on renovation work that has taken place at the Norman Ritchie Community Centre over the past year. The organization was successful in obtaining a Community Investment Fund matching grant of $20,000 to assist ... [Read More]

Highlights from September 11, 2017 Council Meeting

Friends of Kinsmen Park representative Tammy Anderson-Jackson attended Council’s September 11 meeting to provide an update on the local non-profit committee’s plan for Kinsmen Park, which includes construction of The Shack. The proposed new building will replace the existing ice shack and will house a concession, heated dressing room, and both heat... [Read More]

State of Emergency Ended for West Central Region

Evacuation notices have been lifted for the communities of Burstall, Leader, Mendham, and the RM of Deerforks. Although all are still without power as of 10:30 a.m., residents are free to return to their homes as wildfires no longer pose an imminent risk to the region.Kindersley served as a host community to fire evacuees from surrounding communiti... [Read More]

2nd Ave West Water Main Replacement to Begin

Replacement of 172 metres of water main pipe on 2nd Avenue West is getting underway. Excavation work is scheduled to begin Wednesday, October 4, and temporary water service lines are being installed for all affected residents to ensure that they have consistent service during repairs.Council approved the emergency water main work at a Special Meeti... [Read More]

Officials Celebrate Sod-Turning for Regional Landfill

Officials of Western Regional Landfill Inc. (WRLI) and its participating municipalities, and Loraas Environmental Services Ltd. gathered west of Kindersley to celebrate the official sod-turning of the new regional landfill project.Loraas has entered into an agreement with WRLI to construct and operate the new landfill, which will replace the existi... [Read More]

Construction of Regional Landfill Project Ready to Begin

Officials of the Western Regional Landfill Inc. (WRLI) are celebrating the start of construction for the new regional landfill with a sod-turning ceremony scheduled for 10:00 a.m., Wednesday, August 30, 2017.A total of 18 municipalities throughout west central Saskatchewan are partnering in this regional project at an overall budget of $3.75 millio... [Read More]

Fire Ban Cancelled

Given recent rainfall, the threat of fire is less severe within the Town of Kindersley. Therefore, effective August 14, the Fire Ban Declaration made on July 30, 2017 is hereby rescinded.Official Notice of Cancellation [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]

Fill the Pool Campaign Launches

Having commemorated the sod-turning for Kindersley’s new indoor aquatic centre on July 5, Council is now set to focus efforts on obtaining sponsorship and donations for the $6.6 million project.The Fill the Pool Campaign will officially launch on Monday, July 10 and will offer a variety of options for businesses and individuals to make financial co... [Read More]

KCIP Grant Supports Community Organizations

The annual Kindersley Community Initiatives Program (KCIP) grant will support the programs and activities of nineteen different community organizations in 2017-18.A total of $45,154 will be distributed this year in Kindersley through KCIP, which is made possible through Saskatchewan Lotteries funding and is intended to encourage involvement in recr... [Read More]

Motherwell Reservoir Gains New Fish

Motherwell Reservoir has been stocked with new fish thanks to an initiative of the Ministry and Environment, in partnership with the Kindersley Wildlife Federation and Town of Kindersley.Kindersley Conservation Officers Brett Diemert and Ted Glass provided a presentation to Grade 8 Elizabeth School students on June 6 to explain the value the new aq... [Read More]

Nominate a Volunteer Making a Difference in Our Community

In recognition of Canada's 150th anniversary in 2017, Molson Canada is looking for nominees for "local community volunteers and thought leaders that have made a difference in communities."In partnership with Devins Network, communities are encouraged to submit the names of two or three nominees who "demonstrate a passion for life and great Can... [Read More]

Update on Pool Construction

Construction of Pilings UnderwayPosted 2017-09-27Work began today to drill and install the pilings into the ground that will support the foundation of the new indoor aquatic facility. A total of 45 pilings will be constructed, amounting to 220 cubic metres of concrete and 9 tonnes of steel. This portion of construction is expected to take a full we... [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]

Fill the Pool Campaign Launches

Having commemorated the sod-turning for Kindersley’s new indoor aquatic centre on July 5, Council is now set to focus efforts on obtaining sponsorship and donations for the $6.6 million project.The Fill the Pool Campaign will officially launch on Monday, July 10 and will offer a variety of options for businesses and individuals to make financial co... [Read More]

Construction of New Indoor Aquatic Centre Now Underway

Officials gathered at the site of Kindersley’s new indoor aquatic centre this morning to celebrate the ceremonial turning of sod that signals the start of construction.The 21,000 ft2 facility will boast a Junior Olympics-size 6-lane pool, a 2500 ft2 leisure pool, hot tub, 150 ft waterslide, rock climbing wall, party rooms, and outdoor patio, among ... [Read More]