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Month: November 2022

Budget Open House 2022

BONNYVILLE – The Town of Bonnyville is conducting an Open House to present the 2023 Operating and Capital Budgets in Council Chambers at Town Hall on Tuesday, December 6th, 2022 beginning at 6:00 p.m.


Council Highlights Nov. 8




RCMP QUARTERLY UDPATE: Bonnyville RCMP S/Sgt. Sarah Parke presented the RCMP Quarterly update to Council. She outlined the two main priorities for the local detachment, which have been their focus for the past several years, Crime Reduction and Community Engagement. According to S/Sgt. Parke, a big part of what any RCMP Detachment does is Community Engagement. They have gone to local community events, such as flag raising ceremonies, Powwow Grand Entries and Treaty Days in Kehewin, activities at local schools, among others. So far in the RCMP’s fiscal year (April to March) has seen 116 vehicle thefts, 305 cases of theft under or over $5,000, and 82 cases for possession of stolen property under or over $5,000. Hot spot patrols and proactive patrols are two things that are very consistent for most of Bonnyville’s night patrols.


Kicking off the Holiday Season in Bonnyville

BONNYVILLE – The Town of Bonnyville is starting the holiday season with a jam-packed weekend of events.

                From Nov. 26 to 27, the 2022 Festival of Trees will be taking over the Bonnyville and District Centennial Centre. The event will have trees available to be won through a raffle, silent auction items, online 50/50 found at under Festival of Trees 50/50, prize raffles, Santa’s Secret Shop, and photos with Santa.  

                “Festival of Trees has been a staple during the Christmas season for over a decade,” explained Doreen Kushnir, Festival of Trees Coordinator. “It’s one of my favourite times of the year, to transform the Field House at the C2 with our trees and everything Christmas.”