Application for funding for a new aquatic facility and the discussion of community policing were among the items of concern to town council at its regular meeting on October 20.
Council approved application to the New Horizons for Seniors Program for funding to assist with the construction of a new aquatic facility. Council also approve application to the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program – COVID-19 Resilience Infrastructure Stream for the construction of the new aquatic facility. Council agreed with the terms and conditions of these programs, will manage the construction of the project, fund the municipal share of costs, fund any ongoing operation and maintenance and follow any mitigation measures as required by applicable federal or provincial legislation.
Sgt. Derek Friesen of the Canora RCMP met with council to discuss community policing.
Council authorize the installation of an iron removal and water treatment system for Eugene Strocen as required in the May 15, 2003 order from Saskatchewan Watershed Authority.
Council awarded the Canora Nursery School a six-month credit to its town hall rent due to the group’s unexpected closure resulting from COVID-19.
Council adopted the 2020 Five-year capital plan.
Council set the following polling areas and places for Election 2020:
- advance poll at the town hall and
- election day poll at Rainbow Hall.
A bylaw to enter into a water main replacement contract was introduced, read three times and adopted.
A bylaw to enter into a water main replacement contract was introduced, read three times and adapted.