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Month: July 2023

Notice of Special Council Meeting

Citizens of Bonnyville are advised that a Special Meeting of Town of Bonnyville Council is scheduled at the Town Office Council Chambers at 12 p.m. on August 2, 2023.

PHOTO GALLERY: An Afternoon of Disc Golf

Town of Bonnyville Council enjoyed an afternoon of Disc Golf.

Mayor Elisa Brosseau and Councillors Neil Langridge, Kayla Blanchette, and Brian McEvoy took a quick lesson in Disc Golf before heading out to try their hand at the sport.

The Bonnyville Baptiste Church operates the facility, which is located on 34 Street across from Ecole des Beaux-Lacs.

Notice of Meeting Cancellations

Citizens of Bonnyville are advised that the regular meetings of Bonnyville Town Council scheduled for Tuesday, July 25, 2023 and August 8, 2023 at 6:00 p.m. have been cancelled.

The next regular meeting of Bonnyville Town Council will be in the Council Chambers, Town Office on Tuesday, August 22, 2023 at 6:00 p.m.

Bonnyville RCMP Update July 7-14

The Bonnyville RCMP were involved in 190 investigations from July 7-14.

On July 11 at 7:20 AM, a two vehicle collision occurred at the intersection of 50 Ave and 50 St when a vehicle was stopped at the red light waiting to proceed straight Westbound and another Westbound vehicle came up behind and rear ended it.  The 24-year-old male driver from Spruce Grove was charged with Following Too Close with a fine $243.  The driver of the vehicle that was rear-ended was treated and released from hospital.


Photo Credit Byron Johnson

Council Highlights July 11

Photo Credit Byron Johnson




July 11

GOVERNANCE AND PRIORITIES COMMITTEE BYAW: Three readings were provided for Bylaw No. 1551-23 Governance and Priorities Committee. This committee would be comprised of Council and would be a permanent standing committee that meets on the third Tuesday of each month starting at 12 p.m. The Governance and Priorities Committee meeting would be research and information sessions that are held in a less formal atmosphere than a Regular Council Meeting. They would be open to the public. The committee would not have the power to make decisions but instead could choose to make recommendations to Council, refer an item to Administration or a Council Committee and receive reports or presentations for information.


Bonnyville RCMP Update June 30 to July 7

The Bonnyville RCMP were involved in 175 investigations from June 30 to July 7.

On June 22 & 23, the Bonnyville RCMP partnered up with MD of Bonnyville’s Public Safety Peace Officers for a Joint Forces Operation (JFO) relating to Commercial Vehicle Enforcement.  Over the course of the two days officers issued tickets for offences with fines amounting to $824. They exercised discretion on many matters and issued warnings for offences that would have otherwise totaled $7205.00.

On July 1 at approximately 1:00 am, a white SUV crashed through a fence into a farmer’s field after failing to stop at the T intersection of Twp Rd 604 and RR 452 near Muriel Lake. It could not be determined whether the driver was impaired by drugs or alcohol as he did not report the collision until 6 hours later at 7:00 am.  The 48-year-old male from Bonnyville was charged under the Traffic Safety Act for Driving Carelessly which carries a fined of $567.00.


PHOTO GALLERY: Canada Day 2023

The Town of Bonnyville was decked out in red and white to celebrate Canada on Saturday, July 1.

Residents enjoyed the pancake breakfast, opening ceremonies, parade, and Party in the Park (before the rain came in.) Although some of our events were cancelled due to the weather, fun was had by all before that happened.