News & Events


Wednesday, November 11th
@ Delisle Town Hall
Service starts at 10:30 A.M.
The Legion is asking you to observe two minutes of silence at 11:00 A.M. local time as we remember our fallen

Thursday, Nov. 5th at 10:30 A.M. at the Delisle Composite School.  Everyone is welcome!

Wednesday, Nov. 4th at 7:00 P.M. at the Delisle Composite School.  Everyone is welcome!


Effective January 1st, 2016, any fire response to a private residence/lot or commercial building/lot will have the cost of the fire response billed to the property owner receiving the service.  If the billing remains unpaid, the cost will eventually be added to the property taxes.  To avoid being responsible for these charges, please check with your insurance provider to make sure you have insurance coverage for fire response.  Current minimum billing for fire response is $1,500. In the past, these charges were absorbed by the Town of Delisle.


To book ice, call 306-292-6440 or email or
visit the website at


COMMUNITY PLAYERS will present “Said the Spider to the Spy” by Fred Carmichael at the Delisle Town Hall on November 6th, 7th & 8th.
Dinner Theatre is Friday, November 6th and Saturday, November 7th, tickets are $30.00. Dessert Theatre is Sunday, November 8th, tickets are $18.00.  Tickets are available at the Delisle Town Office, Vanscoy Hotel, David Pattison at 306-493-2656 and Linda Kielo at 306-493-2963.

The flu clinic will be held on Wednesday, October 28th from 2:00 P.M. to 6:30 P.M. at the Delisle Senior’s Centre Auditorium on 1st Street West.


MEMORIAL DONATIONS FOR PETER WIEBE - The Town of Delisle will be accepting donations to the Delisle Centennial Arena in memory of Peter Wiebe.  Donations must be made to the “Town of Delisle” and can be left with Wayne, Byron or Terry Wiebe or mailed to the Town of Delisle at Box 40, Delisle, Sk. S0L 0P0.
At a later date, the family will decide where the donations to the arena will be allocated.


MOMS AND TOTS - at the Delisle Town Hall.  Every Tuesday from 10:00 A.M. to noon.  Free of charge!  Toys, story time, crafts & more.  Visit for full schedule or call Amanda at 306-371-1485 for more information.


A big thank you to all the volunteers who came out on September 12th & 19th and helped with laying the turf for the 2 new ball diamonds.  Also, a big thank you to Delisle Minor Ball for organizing the 2 work bees.  Each work bee had approximately 40 to 50 volunteers of all ages attend!


Would like to thank everyone who cooked, donated food, donated money, helped with set-up & clean-up and to everyone who attended the annual fall supper on October 4th.  It was another successful supper.  Christmas Tea and Bake Sale is on Saturday, Dec. 5th at 2:00 P.M. at the Delisle Senior Centre.  Watch for posters!


VALLEYVIEW DELISLE GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB - has increased the prices only on the 2016 ADULT Memberships and Green fees.
If purchased on or before December 31st, 2015 we will honor the 2015 prices.  Please call Lori at 306-292-6440 or email


The RCMP encourages the general public to contact them whenever there are policing issues eg. traffic violations, vandalism, theft, etc.  If people do not contact the RCMP, the RCMP are simply not aware of the problem and are therefore unable to allocate resources or manpower to the problem or the area.  The RCMP can be contacted at 306-493-3240 (Delisle), 306-975-1670 (Warman) or 306-310-7267 (Regina).



Compost will be picked up on Tuesday, October 6th & 20th (weather permitting for the Oct. 20th pick up and the 20th will be the final regular pickup of the year).  Compost will be picked up in the back alley and should be in a 17 gallon capacity plastic or metal can.  On Oct. 6th, garden waste will be collected during compost pickup without any need to package the garden waste.  The town will collect garden waste provided it is in a convenient area in the back alley.  This service is only for garden waste and only available on Oct. 6th.  Grass clippings and leaves must still be in an open container or bag that can be easily dumped.


Thursday, November 5th - recycle pick-up
Thursday, November 12th - garbage pick-up
Thursday, November 19th - recycle pick-up
Thursday, November 26th - garbage pick-up

All Green Recycling brochures explaining the new recycling program are available at the Town Office. For businesses, if a single recycling roll-out cart will not meet your needs, please contact the Town Office or Loraas Disposal for other options. Although not mentioned in the All Green Recycling brochure, non-deposit glass containers like pickle jars, cheese whiz jars, etc. can be recycled. Please remove the lids, rinse and place carefully in your recycling cart as to avoid breakage. To contact Loraas Disposal directly, please phone 306-242-2300.


Collection is every Thursday all year round. Garbage collection alternates with recycling collection from one week to the next. The roll-out carts are to be placed at least 1' away from the curb and 3' from any parked vehicles. All garbage must be bagged and placed inside the garbage cart with the lid fully closed. Recycling material is to be loosely placed in the recycling cart (no need to package). Any cart not adhering to these rules risks not being picked up.

Please remove garbage/recycling carts off the street as soon as possible after collection. Also, please do not place the carts on the street any sooner than the evening before pick-up.

Monday to Friday, 8:30 A.M. – 4:30 P.M.


Tue. & Thurs. - 4:00 P.M. to Dark
Saturday - 9:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M.


The following Transfer Station rates are effective January 1, 2015:
$2.00 per 17 gallon capacity bag or can
$80.00 per ½ ton truck box (64 cubic feet) – or prorated accordingly
$20.00 each for Fridges, Freezers and Air Cond.
$30.00 each for Couches
$15.00 each for Upholstered Chairs
$15.00 each for Furniture
$15.00 each for Double or Smaller Mattresses
$15.00 each for Double or Smaller Box Springs
$30.00 each for Queen or King Mattresses
$30.00 each for Queen or King Box Springs
$20.00 each for a roll of carpet, rugs or lino
The Transfer Station Supervisor may charge up to additional $20.00 for opening the gate.

Any non-recyclable garbage should be bagged whenever possible before being taken to the transfer station. All metals must be stripped completely before being taken to the transfer station.

Due to increasing environmental regulations, the practice of burying rubble at the Transfer Station has been immediately discontinued. What this now means is rubble like gyproc and glass will now have to go into the Loraas container and there will be a charge of $60/half ton truck box or prorated accordingly. Rubble like asphalt and cement will still be accepted at no charge provided they are separated from each other as well as all other material. Asphalt and cement will each have their own separate stockpile and the material will eventually be crushed and reused as road material. Since no more material will be buried on site, the province has designated this facility as a “transfer station” only.



Effective January 1, 2015:
Delisle Directory:
Kitchen - $30.00
Lodge Room-meetings-local organizations - $30.00
                        -local businesses - $40.00
Lodge Room-all day/lunch/stags/showers - $60.00
Hall - $130.00
Hall-Bar Dance (inc. kitchen) - $225.00
Hall-Banquet and/or Dance (inc. kitchen) - $225.00
Hall-Weekend Rate (inc. Lodge Room) - $500.00
Jigger - $10.00 

Outside Directory:
Hall - $300.00, Lodge Room - $80.00, Kitchen - $50.00
Damage Deposit:  Hall and Lodge Room for stags and bar dances – $250.00 deposit.
Table Rental (32” x 48”): - $1.00/day
Chair Rental (wooden or plastic): - $ .25/day
Steam Table Rental: - $30.00
Coffee Urn Rental: - $10.00
New Sound System Rental: - $50.00
Old Sound System Rental: - $25.00

*All prices are subject to 5% GST charge




-The Town of Delisle has purchased and annexed 192.5 acres immediately to the east of Delisle. This land will be used for future expansion and development of the community. The next step will be to have the town's engineers create a master plan or layout for the area.

-Council decided that all revenues and expenses for the arena will now be recorded through the financial records of the Town of Delisle and that the Delisle Rink bank account will be closed.

- The administrator was instructed to initiate Tax Enforcement proceedings against the following properties:
a) Lot 18, Block 2, Plan S6147
b) Lot 23, Block 2, Plan S6147
c) Lots 15 & 16, Block 19, Plan G464
d) Lot 4, Block 2, Plan AB1153

Town Council passed a resolution to add various accounts to taxes if they remain unpaid as of December 31st, 2014.

- A proposal will be made to the Delisle Golf Club to develop the southern portion of the old hospital lot for residential lots or condominiums with any realized profit to be shared 50/50 between the Delisle Golf Club and the Town of Delisle.

-Council approved the construction of a 120’ high self supporting communications tower with an accompanying 6’ x 8’ metal building
by YourLink Inc. on the northwest corner of Parcel “A”, Plan No. 102018642.

-The Town of Delisle accepted the Saskatoon Fire Department’s new fire response rate of $839 per hour, minimum one hour charge, with a subsequent rate of $209.75/quarter hour after the first hour of response. This service would only be used if the local fire department is overwhelmed with a call(s).

-The following changes to the Delisle & District Recreation Association Inc. were approved:
1) That the operations of the Arena be completely separate from the operations of the Recreation Association;
2) That the Arena operate under the name “Delisle Centennial Arena Inc.”; and
3) That the fiscal year for the Delisle Centennial Arena Inc. will be July 1st to June 30th.

- The Town will apply for funding under the New Building Canada Fund for installation of a storm sewer system along with accompanying pavement, curb and gutter at the intersection of 6th Avenue East and Valleyview Drive at a projected total cost of $300,000.00.

- Council entered into a joint use agreement with the Prairie Spirit School Division for the use and development of recreational facilities and programs.

- Council provided $500.00 to the Delisle Interagency Group in order for them to hire a summer student.

- An application was done for funding under the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program for the installation of a sprinkler system and a fire alarm system for the Delisle Arena along with a new water and sewer service to the building to accommodate the requirements of the sprinkler system for a total projected cost of $380,000.  Furthermore, that monies be set aside in the 2016 and 2017 budget to cover our share of the cost of this project.

- An amendment to the Zoning Bylaw will be prepared to establish a definition for a four-plex with the same setback requirements as a duplex.

- Sask. Energy’s quote of $106,020.99 was accepted to bring natural gas services to the South Industrial subdivision.

- Sept. 25th to 27th was declared “Culture Days”
in Delisle.

- Any false alarm invoices received from the Delisle & District Fire Commission will be passed on to the property owner for payment.

- The 2015 Waterworks Rate Policy and the 2015 Waterworks Capital Investment Strategy were adopted by council.

- Tax Enforcement proceedings will be initiated against the following properties:
a) Lots 13 & 14, Block 6, Plan S6147
b) Lot 15, Block 18, Plan 101933254

- The long term loan for the construction of  Sewage Lift Station #1 will be paid off in full.  The Town of Delisle is now entirely debt free as the long term loan for the rink roof was paid off in full earlier in the year.  

- A bylaw will be prepared to have property owners responsible for the cost of any fire response to their own property with the added potential of those costs being added to their property taxes if they remain unpaid.

- The Tax Lien List was approved and authenticated and will be advertised in the “Clark’s Crossing Gazette” newspaper.

- The December, 2015 regular meeting of Town Council will be held on Tuesday, December 15th at the Delisle Town Office commencing at 7:00 P.M.

- Bylaw No. 4-2015, being a bylaw to amend Bylaw No. 3-2013 known as the Zoning Bylaw, was read a first time.  This bylaw provides a definition for a “fourplex” and sets out where and how they can be built.

The following is information on the Town of Delisle’s waterworks, as required under The Municipalities Regulations:
2014 Waterworks Financial Overview
Total water & sewer revenue - $284,277
Total water & sewer expenses - $338,050
Total debt payments on waterworks system - Nil
Comparison of revenues to expenses plus debt
expressed as a ratio –
For 2014, water & sewer revenues covered 84% of water & sewer expenditures.
The following additional information is available at the Town Office:
-the August 11th/15 waterworks rate policy & capital investment strategy.
- capital plans in place & related sources of funding for the projects.
- 2014 financial overview of the waterworks.
- waterworks reserves.
- at a cost of $20.00, a copy of the 2011 waterworks assessment.

Will be held on the second Tuesday of each month at the Town Office commencing at 7:00 P.M.

The following appointments are in effect until the January, 2016 meeting of Council:

HEALTH & WELFARE – Mantyka (Chairman) & Brunett

  1.   DELISLE & DISTRICT HEALTH COUNCIL – Anderchek & Mantyka
  2.   INTERAGENCY GROUP – Brunett
  3.   CEMETERY – Rita Pfoh

PERSONNEL – Shirley (Chairman), Brunett, Mantyka

PARKS & RECREATION – Gessell (Chairman), King, Anderchek


  (Alt. Valerie Dyck)

  1.   RECREATION ASSOCIATION – Peakman (Alt. Gessell or Anderchek)

AUDITOR – Gilchrist & Co.

SOLICITOR – Kim Anderson

POLICE COMMISSION – Peakman (Chairman), Anderchek, Brunett

FIRE COMMISSION – Mantyka & Peakman (Alt. – King)

Fire Chief – Al Dreher

EMO CO-ORDINATOR – Mark Dubkowski

STREETS – Mantyka (Chairman), Shirley, Gessell

WATER & SEWER – King (Chairman), Gessell, Peakman

PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT – Gessell (Chairman), Anderchek, King

  1.   BUILDING INSPECTOR – Dave Hartley
  2.   SREDA – Dubkowski (Alt. – Anderchek)
  3.   WATERWOLF – Gessell
  4.   Crops for Community – Gessell & Shirley


WASTE MANAGEMENT/SANITATION – Peakman (Chairman), Mantyka, Anderchek

PEST CONTROL OFFICERS – Delmar Vandenameele, Mike Karakochuk



-Custom work rates are set at $200.00/hour for the patrol and $150.00/hour for the tractor/loader.  Furthermore, effective January 1st, 2015, a custom work rate of $75.00/hour for mowing, spraying and use of miscellaneous equipment and manpower will be instituted.  

-The north wall of the front foyer of the Town Office building will be used as an area to display tributes to our provincial, Western Canadian and national sports winners.

-There will now be a $25.00 fee for NSF cheques.

-Campground fees are set at $10/night plus GST.

-The Town Office now has a debit machine. Customers can use their debit card without any fees.

A penalty of 1.5%/month on water and sewer accounts in arrears is now in effect.  Penalties will be levied on the first day of each month.

Royal Bank, Bank of Montreal, TD Canada Trust and most Credit Union customerscan now pay their Town of Delisle property taxes or water and sewer bills on-line.  For property taxes, your 7 digit roll # (eg. 0100 000) will be required when enrolling.  Your   8 digit account # (eg. 0100 0000) will be required for water and sewer payments.  Please check your invoices for these roll/account numbers or contact the Town Office for assistance.


There are residential and industrial lots still available for sale.  A 10% non-refundable deposit will be required to hold a lot with the balance due within 6 months.
The lot prices are listed below.  GST will be charged in addition to the prices provided:
Block 27: Lot 26 - $60,000
Block 28: Lot 10 - $50,000, Lot 11 - $50,000,
Lot 12 - $50,000
Block 37: Lot 3 - $50,000, Lot 6 - $60,000,
Block 38: Lot 2 - $55,000, Lot 5 - $55,000,
Lot 6 - $60,000, Lot 9 - $70,000, Lot 10 - $70,000,
Lot 12 - $60,000, Lot 13 - $60,000, Lot 14 - $60,000




The 2013 Annual Waterworks Information for the Town of Delisle, as required under The Municipalities Regulations, is provided on the following document:

2013 Annual Waterworks Report





The Town of Delisle’s 2014 Water Quality & Compliance report is now available and provided on the link below.

2014 Drinking Water Quality and Compliance Notice

The following is information on the Town of Delisle’s waterworks, as required under The Municipalities Regulations:
2013 Waterworks Financial Overview
Total water & sewer revenue - $359,389
Total water & sewer expenses - $273,637
Total debt on waterworks system - $130,275
Comparison of revenues to expenses plus debt
expressed as a ratio –
For 2013, water & sewer revenues covered 89% of water & sewer expenditures.
The following additional information is available at the Town Office:
-the August 19th/14 waterworks rate policy & capital investment strategy.
- capital plans in place & related sources of funding for the projects.
- 2013 financial overview of the waterworks.
- waterworks reserves.
- at a cost of $20.00, a copy of the 2011 waterworks assessment.



Assessment notices were mailed out to all town property owners on February 21st. Generally speaking, assessment values have doubled in Delisle in the last four years. These values loosely correspond to market sales over the same four year period.

The Saskatchewan Assessment Management Agency (SAMA) is responsible for determining the assessed values. The town and province will use these values in levying municipal and school taxes respectively. To remain revenue neutral, the town will have to reduce their mill rate by approximately 50%.

The province is responsible for setting the school mill rate. Because the assessments throughout the province have increased significantly, the school
mill rate should come down. However, there are strong indications from the province that more money is needed for education. Do not be surprised to see an increase in school property taxes. The school mill rate will be announced at the same time as the provincial budget.

For now, your best option is to access the SAMA website at and click on the SAMAView link. From there, you can compare your property value with other properties in your community or other communities.


Public Notice
The Council of the Town of Delisle is considering adopting the WaterWolf Growth Management Plan as their District Plan and their Official Community Plan  pursuant to Sections 102 and 36 respectively of the Planning and Development Act, 2007.  Council is also considering adopting a zoning bylaw pursuant to Section 76 of the Planning and Development Act, 2007.   Both plans and the zoning bylaw will be adopted according to the public participation Sections (207 – 212) of the Planning and Development Act, 2007.  For a copy of the WaterWolf Growth Management Plan and all applicable maps please visit  or click on the links below.  The proposed zoning bylaw is also available on the links below.  All documents and maps are also available at cost at the Delisle Town Office during regular business hours.
The purpose of the WaterWolf Growth Management Plan is to enable and guide growth and change throughout the region. Through regional policies it will also reduce land use uncertainty and promote development. The zoning bylaw is the legal and administrative means of implementing the Official Community Plan. It also allows council to establish zoning districts and to develop certain standards within each district. A public hearing will be held at 8:00 p.m., Tuesday, March 12, 2013 at the Delisle Town Office to address comments and concerns regarding the adoption of both plans and the bylaw.  Council will also consider written comments received at the hearing, or delivered to the undersigned at the Delisle Town Office before the hearing.

WaterWolf Growth Management Plan

Town of Delisle Zoning Bylaw

Town of Delisle Zoning Map

Town of Delisle Future Land Use Map

Dated at Delisle, Sask. this 24th day of January, 2013.

Mark Dubkowski
Town of Delisle




The Town of Delisle has hired Ron Klassen as a bylaw enforcement officer. Mr. Klassen has 10 years experience as an Auxiliary RCMP Constable. To start with, the bylaw enforcement officer will focus on issues such as parking and other vehicle infractions & dog complaints. As time progresses, Mr. Klassen will become more involved with nuisance and other miscellaneous issues. To contact the bylaw enforcement officer, phone 321-2617.

-A bylaw was passed so new rates can be charged for certain office services like tax certificates and tax searches. As of January 1, 2014, a tax search will cost $10 and a tax certificate will cost $20.

- Bylaw No. 3-2015, being a bylaw to enter into an agreement with the City of Saskatoon respecting the provision of fire and protective services, was read three times and adopted.

-Bylaw No. 4-2012, being a bylaw to establish property tax discounts and penalties, was passed. In keeping with new provincial legislation, discounts and rebates will no longer be allowed for school property taxes beginning in 2013. The usual discounts will still be allowed on municipal taxes. As well, the penalty for unpaid taxes as of Dec. 31st has been reduced from 18% to 12%. However, penalty rebates will no longer be offered.

-Bylaw No. 4-2014, being a bylaw to prohibit the harbouring of specific classes of animals, was passed.

-A bylaw was passed to increase the excess water consumption charge from $5.00/1,000 gallons to $6.00/1,000 gallons effective August 16, 2014.

The Delisle RCMP Detachment is now staffed every Tuesday and Thursday from 12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. with a clerical person to perform services such as security checks, handling inquiries, public information, etc. RCMP officers may not necessarily be available during these hours.

RCMP Staff Sergeant Kevin Weber, the Detachment Commander at the Warman Detachment, met with Town Council on March 12th. To help address the issue of RCMP visibility, all new officers assigned to the Delisle Detachment will have to begin their shift by first reporting to the Delisle Detachment in person. The stenographer position is scheduled to become a government employee position effective April 1st with the office hours slightly changing. Sergeant Weber encouraged Council and the general public to contact him or the RCMP whenever there are issues. If people do not contact the RCMP when there are issues, the RCMP are simply not aware of the problem and are therefore unable to allocate resources or manpower to the problem or the area. The RCMP can be contacted at 306-493-3240 (Delisle), 306-975-1670 (Warman) or 306-310-7267 (Regina).

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- DELISLE SPORTS

To book ice, call 306-292-6440 or email or
visit the website at

Sat. Oct. 31st - Quarter Semi Finals vs Foam Lake
Sat. Nov. 7th - Provincial Semi Finals
Sat. Nov. 14th - Provincial Finals
(Win or lose, October 31st will be the final home game for the Rebels)


Sat. Nov.7th vs Capitals at 7:00 P.M.
Sun. Nov. 8th vs T.T.Thunder at 3:00 P.M.
Fri. Nov. 13th vs Royals at 8:00 P.M.
Wed. Nov. 18th vs Icehawks at 7:30 P.M.
Fri. Nov. 27th vs Fort Knox at 8:00 P.M.


Fri., Nov. 6th vs Kyle Elks – 8:00 P.M.
Sat., Nov. 14th vs Beechy Bombers – 8:00 P.M.
Fri., Nov. 20th vs Eston Ramblers – 8:00 P.M.



DELISLE SPORTS - Check out the new sports web page at for more information contact Pam Hank at or call/text 306-361-7583.



-Rental of the curling rink for non-ice, community fundraisers will be set at $100.00.

-The Town will subscribe to internet services for the arena and will also purchase a TV screen in order to publicly display the arena
schedule in the arena lobby.

Some individuals have begun brainstorming ideas for some exciting renovations and improvements to our Centennial Arena complex.  There are some short and long term plans in the works to make our facility even better than it has been in the past.  Please watch for posters for an upcoming “town hall” meeting to consider various wants, needs and layout ideas for the complex.  With the 50th Anniversary fast approaching we want to honour the pride of our past with promise of our future.  If anyone would like to help in any way, please do not hesitate to contact the town office with your name or talk to Nancy Durham or Dan Bardi.  This is an exciting community endeavor and we will need support from many so please consider doing you part to assist our community.


Starting October 11th, public skating will be held every Sunday from 11:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M.  For more information call Lori at 306-292-6440 or visit


The Rec. office will be open Mondays from 11:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M., November thru March.  For any/all community inquiries call Lori at 306-493-8283 or 306-292-6440 or email


For ice rentals please call 306-292-6440, e-mail or visit the website at


The Rec. office will be open Mondays from 2:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M.  For any/all community inquiries call Lori at 306-493-8283 or 306-292-6440 or email





The Wheatland Regional Library is located at 201-1st Street West in the Town Office Complex. The library has a large collection of books, videos, talking books and magazines suitable for all ages. There are 3 public computers with internet access. Any item which cannot be found on the shelves may be requested from other branches. With the enhanced borrowers service, patrons can now access their accounts from home, where they can request and renew books.

Come in and check us out. We are open Mondays and Wednesdays from 12:00 noon till 4:00 p.m. as well as 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. on Wednesday evenings and on Fridays from 10 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Phone 493-8288 or visit our website at

Adult Coloring Book Workshop on Friday, November 13th from 1:00P.M. to 3:00 P.M. See posters for details!



Nurse Practitioner Danielle Schock, Mon-Wed & Fri 8:30 A.M. to 4 P.M. Call 306-493-2810 to book.

The laboratory at the Delisle Health Centre can collect most blood tests ordered by any doctor as long as you have a requisition. No appointment needed for blood tests. Lab hours are Mon.& Wed. 8:30 - noon, Thurs. 1:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M.

Chiropractor Dr. Jolene Palmer,Wed. 8:30 A.M. to 12:00 P.M. and Fri. 12:00 P.M. to 6:00 P.M. Call 306-493-2800 to book an appointment.



Contact Housing Authority Manager and Caretaker Carla Lee @ 493-7855 or The Housing Authority address is Box 87, Delisle, Sask. S0L 0P0.



LARRY LINK OF LINK’S BACKHOE AND SKID STEER SERVICES – is accepting compostable items at his materials handling yard, weather and road conditions permitting.  Later this spring the Town of Delisle will continue to collect resident’s yard waste items on scheduled days in the 17 gallon plastic or metal can.  These materials will be hauled to the Link Farm and will be processed into compost.  This nutrient rich product will be made available as a garden soil and topsoil amendment.  Some items that cannot be accepted for composting include Elm Wood or garbage of any kind so please remove all plastic, metal, glass, stone or treated wood remnants.  For more information please call Larry at 306-222-9737, email or visit


For safety tips provided by the National Fire Protection Association, please visit






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