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Posted On Thursday, February 20, 2020

KinThe Town of Stony Plain has officially named February 20 ‘Kin Canada Day’, celebrating Kinsmen Canada’s 100 years of service. Council members raised the Kinsmen flag at Town Office in honour of the continued commitment of Kinsmen across the country.
Kinsmen Canada was created in Hamilton, Ontario in 1920 and the Town’s own Kinsmen have serviced the community for 41 years. Through programs such as the Christmas Hampers, which assisted 629 local families...

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Posted On Thursday, February 06, 2020

The Town of Stony Plain, in partnership with its sister town Shikaoi, is accepting applications for the Assistant Language Teacher (ALT) position. The successful applicant will have the chance to live and work in Japan for a year while helping teach English to Japanese children and adults.
“This is a unique way to take in new events, sights, and traditions — all while gaining valuable work experience,” says Community Services Coordinator, Kelly Maluta. “Those...

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Posted On Wednesday, February 05, 2020

Community members are invited to lend a hand and help clean up around their neighbourhoods for Pitch-In Week 2020, returning to town April 19 – 26. Residents can pitch-in to make the town more environmentally friendly by cleaning up, restoring, and preserving local greenspace.
Pitch-In Week is the largest environmental improvement campaign in Canada and is part of the international ‘Clean-Up the World’ initiative. Last year, almost 700,000 volunteers across...

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Posted On Tuesday, February 04, 2020

HighlightsGraphic-01 Town Naming Policy Update
Council was presented with an update to the Town Naming Policy during last night’s meeting. Currently, Stony Plain adheres to the Subdivision, Street, and Building Naming Policy approved back in 2003 and the Amenity Naming Policy approved in 2017. While still in the draft phase, the Town Naming Policy will work to establish a coordinated and consistent naming process and framework. Administration will continue to develop the policy and...

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Posted On Monday, February 03, 2020

Streetlight installation is underway on Main Street this week. Fortis will be on site from February 3-5 and will occupy multiple parking stalls along the street as they complete installation work. Please watch for crews and proceed through the area safely. Timelines are weather dependent.    

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