News Archive

Highlights from April 9, 2018 Council Meeting

Mayor Rod Perkins invited all in attendance at Monday's Regular Meeting of Council to share in a moment of silent prayer and reflection for the Humboldt Broncos, their families, the community of Humboldt, and for all those impacted by the tragic bus accident on April 6, 2018.Earlier that day, Mayor Perkins lowered the Kindersley Administration... [Read More]

Highlights of March 26, 2018 Council Meeting

Kindersley Iron Horse Klippers president Brett Sautner addressed Council to request support in helping to stabilize the team’s financial position. Sautner presented a business plan that detailed opportunities for increased community involvement and revenue generation, and asked Council to consider subsidizing the Klippers’ ice time to help position... [Read More]

Highlights from March 12, 2018 Council Meeting

Councillor Rob Anderson was officially sworn in as the newest member of the Council of the Town of Kindersley and joined in the proceedings for the March 12 regular meeting. He was elected by acclamation on March 8, 2018 to fill the position left vacant by former Council member Ken Francis.Loraas Environmental Services manager Ruebecca Fiddler addr... [Read More]

Notice of Abandonment of Poll

Whereas a poll is not required pursuant to The Local Government Election Act for the office of:Councillor: Town of KindersleyI hereby give public notice, pursuant to Sec. 77 and 82 of The Local Election Act that no voting for the said office will take place and the following nominated person is elected by acclamation:Rob AndersonDated at Kindersley... [Read More]

Highlights from the February 26, 2018 Council Meeting

Mayor Rod Perkins acknowledged that, with no formal complaints pertaining to additional lighting near Kinsmen Park having been received, the plan to install three street lights in the 4th Ave West alley adjacent to Kinsmen Park will proceed.Council resolved that, while not being an approving authority, there are no concerns of Council regarding a s... [Read More]

Kindersley Honours Humboldt Broncos

In a silent ceremony held at 10:00 a.m. this morning, Mayor Rod Perkins along with Chief Administrative Officer Bernie Morton lowered the flags at the Kindersley Administration Office to half-mast in honour of the victims and the injured at the tragic bus crash involving the Humboldt Broncos hockey team on Friday, April 6.The flags at the Administr... [Read More]

Government of Saskatchewan Wants Your Feedback About Highway 7

A study is underway to identify and prioritize safety improvements along Highway 7 in the Town of Kindersley. Knowing what steps to take in preparing for future highway and infrastructure improvements is important to the Government of Saskatchewan. To start the project, the Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure encourages you to complete a survey... [Read More]

Government Accepting Requests to Develop Child Care Spaces

Each year, the Saskatchewan Ministry of Education accepts requests for child care space development from organizations interested in developing a child care centre. Child care spaces are allocated as government resources become available. The Ministry of Education is encouraging organizations, including municipalities, interested in developing a ch... [Read More]

Town Hall Scheduled to Discuss Cannabis Legislation

RCMP and the Town of Kindersley are inviting community feedback on the implications of cannabis legislation that will come into effect across Canada this year. Local officials are responsible for creating appropriate regulations within Kindersley in accordance with the Government of Canada's plan to legalize the recreational use and sale of ca... [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]

Agencies Seeking Survey Feedback about Isolation Issues for Seniors

The Saskatchewan Seniors Mechanism, Alzheimer Society of Saskatchewan, the Canadian Red Cross (Saskatchewan), and the University of Regina’s Lifelong Learning Centre are partners in a collaborative project to reduce social isolation of seniors in south and central Saskatchewan. To assess the impact of our combined efforts, the Saskatchewan Populati... [Read More]

Chamber of Commerce Launches ShopKindersleyOnline Project

The Kindersley Chamber of Commerce has launched a new initiative to encourage shopping local in Kindersley and to further stimulate economic development for local businesses. An increase in online shopping is taking sales away from small business. The Kindersley Chamber of Commerce hopes to disrupt this trend with an exciting new process.View Press... [Read More]

Changes to Single Stream Recycle Program

Loraas Environmental has announced that, due to changes in the recycled material resale market, post consumer plastic such as plastic bags, food wrap, and cellophane packaging will no longer be accepted in Kindersley's single stream recycling program as of April 1, 2018.Ruebecca Fiddler, Manager, explained in a recent letter that changes to re... [Read More]

Big Dippers Hosts 3rd Annual Princess Ball

The Big Dippers Pool Fundraising Committee invites you to "Be Our Guest" at the 3rd Annual Princess Ball, April 14, 2018 from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm, proudly sponsored by Enlightened Dance. Spend a magical afternoon with ten Disney princesses at their Royal Ball. The Enlightened Dance team will perform an enchanting Disney-inspired performance before t... [Read More]

Big Dippers Prepare for Second Zest of the West

The Big Dippers Pool Fundraising Committee is hoping for another fundraising success as preparations get underway for the 2018 Zest of the West. The Big Dippers have confirmed that the date for the second annual food and drink event will be April 21, 2018 beginning at 6:00 pm at the West Central Events Centre. Attendees enjoy live entertainment by ... [Read More]

Book Ice Time in April and May

We are continuing to book ice time at the West Central Events Centre (WCEC) through April and May. If you would like to schedule a hockey camp, practices, skating party, skills development workshop, or other event, contact the Town of Kindersley at 306-463-2675 or rec@kindersley.ca. You'll enjoy affordable hourly rates while getting additional... [Read More]

Meet Our Aquatic Manager

We are very pleased to introduce our new Aquatic Manager, Chantelle Benjamin, as we prepare for the opening of the new indoor aquatic centre later this year. Get to know Chantelle a bit better in this Q&A and view updates on construction at Kindersley.ca/pool.Construction of the new pool is progressing well. What are you feeling as opening day gets... [Read More]

Big Dippers Prepare for Second Zest of the West

The Big Dippers Pool Fundraising Committee is hoping for another fundraising success as preparations get underway for the 2018 Zest of the West. The Big Dippers have confirmed that the date for the second annual food and drink event will be April 21, 2018 beginning at 6:00 pm at the West Central Events Centre. Attendees enjoy live entertainment by ... [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]