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Month: March 2022

Students Visit Town Hall

BONNYVILLE – There were some new faces around the Council table yesterday.

Grade 6 students from Ecole Des Beaux-Lacs had the opportunity to study municipal government from Town of Bonnyville CAO Bill Rogers, Mayor Elisa Brosseau, and members of Council.


Council Highlights March 22

Town of Bonnyville

Council Highlights

Regular Council Meeting

March 22

COUNCIL MEETINGS: The public will once again be able to attend Council Meetings in person. Council passed a motion to reopen Council Meetings to residents and those wishing to make delegations to Council. During the Sept. 14 meeting, Council passed a motion to close Council Meetings to the public to help stop the spread of COVID-19. With the province moving into step two of their plan to remove COVID-19 restrictions, Council had the option to welcome residents back to their meetings and voted to do so. The April 12 Regular Council Meeting will be opened to the public. Regular Council Meetings will continue to be available on the Town’s Youtube channel for viewing for two weeks after the Council Meeting date.  


Council Meetings Reopened to Public

During the Town of Bonnyville’s Regular Meeting on Tuesday, March 22, a motion was passed to reopen Council Meetings to the public.

Council made the decision to close Council Chambers to the public during a Regular Meeting in September to stop the spread of COVID-19. Only Council and Administration were permitted in Council Chambers during the meetings and delegations were made over Zoom.


Celebrating International Women’s Day

In honour of International Women’s Day, we sat down with the women who were elected to Town of Bonnyville Council to get to know them a little better.

This is Coun. Kayla Blanchette’s first term on Town Council. She is a married mother of two who has been active in the Bonnyville community for years.

Question: Why did you decide to run for Town Council?

Coun. Blanchette: “I was asked this question many times during campaign time and my response was always, “You vote in elections every four years, but when you’re elected to represent your community in local politics, a community that you have a strong passion for, you get to wake up and vote every day about what kind of community you want to live in, and that’s truly a privilege.”


Celebrating International Women’s Day

Today (March 8) is International Women’s Day. To mark the day, we sat down with the two women who were elected to Town of Bonnyville Council.

This term marks Mayor Elisa Brosseau’s second on Council. She first became a councillor in 2017 and decided to throw her name in for Mayor in the last election.

Mayor Brosseau is a married mother of three and has called Bonnyville home for most of her life.


Town of Bonnyville Raises Ukrainian Flag

BONNYVILLE – The Ukrainian Flag will be flying at the Town of Bonnyville Administration Office in support of the people of Ukraine.

On Friday, March 4, members of Town Council, elected officials from the Town and County of St. Paul, Village of Glendon, MD of Bonnyville, and City of Cold Lake, along with Bonnyville-St. Paul-Cold Lake MLA David Hanson, members of the Bonnyville District Ukrainian Orthodox Church of Canada, first responders, and the public gathered for a somber affair to show their solidarity for those impacted by the violence unfolding in Ukraine.