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The Town of Shaunavon will be having a grader come in to assist with snow removal on the evening of Monday February 6th. Grading will begin at midnight on the night of Feb. 6th, and trucks will remove the graded snow on Tuesday February 7th, and continue to clean the snow on February 8th if necessary.

The Town of Shaunavon would like to provide a recap and progress update regarding the development of the Strategic Plan (2023-2028)! To gather valuable input from our community members, a Community Survey was held for 3 consecutive weeks from October 5th to October 25th, 2022. The voices of our community members matter, so we thank and appreciate those who took the time to fill out the survey!

ARCHIVES WEEK 2023

Join us as we celebrate Archives Week in Saskatchewan - February 5 to 11, 2023! COFFEE CHAT: We’re kicking off the celebrations with Coffee Chat on Friday, February 3 from 10: to 11: am in the Grand Coteau Centre Gallery. Enjoy a sneak peek at our Archives Week Gallery Exhibition “The Lost Art of Cursive Writing” and bring along your own items to show and share.

NOTICE - SNOW REMOVAL JAN 29

The Town of Shaunavon will be having a grader come in to assist with snow removal on the evening of Sunday January 29th, 2023. Grading the streets helps to remove the packed snow and ice that accumulates over the winter. Removing this build up of snow helps with drainage as it keeps the storm drains clear and reduces the amount of runoff on our streets in the spring time.

Date: Tuesday, February 7, 2023 Time: 6:30 p.m. Location: Grand Coteau Heritage and Cultural Centre Gallery (440 Centre Street) Cost: FREE At this relaxing calligraphy class - instructed by Tammy Willman, GCHCC Program Coordinator - you’ll learn about the key tools, materials, and skills needed to create beautiful hand lettering - then have time to practice the modern calligraphy style.

Southwest Regional Emergency Measures Organization THE OPPORTUNITY: The Southwest Regional EMO is searching for a qualified and motivated individual who prioritizes safety and emergency response by providing leadership on resilience, emergency planning and regional coordination with the member partners. This individual will act as a “Regional Resilience Specialist” (aka Regional Emergency Measures Coordinator) and is responsible for overseeing, in partnership with the regional members, the process, development, delivery and evaluation of a resilience and emergency plan.