As a remote, rural, northern community, access to medical services and air ambulance is not a matter of convenience, it is critical for the health of the region and some 40,000 Albertans.Read More →
Today trustees at the Peace River School Division have voted to keep their administrative offices and maintenance yards in Peace River.Read More →
Significant updates from the April 10 regular meeting of Peace River Town Council.Read More →
Significant updates from the March 27 regular meeting of Peace River Town Council.
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Library cards are free starting this year and to celebrate we’re challenging EVERYONE in Peace River to read 150K words. Read More →
Pre-tender meetings and consultations have been completed and the Peace Region’s newest recreation destination remains on schedule. The next step will be to issue tender documents in late-winter 2017.Read More →
“We are deeply saddened by the recent acts of terror in Quebec City, and stand with the good people of that province who are this week decrying the violence exhibited on Sunday,” said Mayor Tom Tarpey.
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The Town of Peace River and Baytex Energy are pleased to announce an agreement regarding naming rights for the new Peace Regional Recreation Centre.
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(Gordon and Barbara Drummond, are pictured in the Town of Peace River Council Chambers after receiving the Award of Excellence in Employment on Monday December 12, 2016.) Leading By Example Local business owners honoured for improving accessibility for their employees. During a ceremony at Town Hall on December 12 Gordon and Barbara Drummond were given the Premier’s Council Award of Excellence in Employment. They won for the advocacy work they have done for Peace River’s disability community and their families. They are well-known for their generosity and commitment, particularly for people with developmental disabilities. For many years Gordon and Barbara have provided a wide range ofRead More →
Daycare Reopens Immediate Release November 8, 2016 After two years of work Sugar Plum Tree Daycare has reopened. In 2014 the Peace River Child Care Association was dealt a difficult blow with the sudden loss of their daycare centre. More substantially our community lost an important childcare resource. Since that time the Association has helped to provide day home care as they have worked to build a newer and better facility. Their efforts are to be commended, their perseverance and resilience – this is what it means to be a community organization. In addition to the Association’s drive there have been a number of communityRead More →