Lac Ste. Anne County News

The Latest Updates by County Department

Take Advantage of the Canada Greener Homes Grant

The Canada Greener Homes Grant helps homeowners increase their home insulation. This slows the rate of heat loss, resulting in improved energy use and lower utility bills!

New Program Offers Free Digital Support for Local Businesses

The recently-launched Digital Economy Program is designed to support small businesses as they integrate or upgrade their online operations.

Take Part in the RMA Internet Speed Test

RMA, in partnership with CIRA, is conducting internet speed testing.

Virtual Career and Education Expo 2022

The County is pleased to be a partner of the February 24 Career and Education Expo.

Upcoming Livestock Production Mini-Conference

The County is pleased to help promote this mini-conference on innovative feeding strategies, drought resiliency, and marketing meat on social media.

New East End Bus Society Schedule

The East End Bus Society has released its list of scheduled excursions running from January to the end of April.

Changes to COVID-19 Testing Eligibility

Due to rising demand for PCR tests, Alberta is changing the eligibility for these tests to focus on those who most need them.

Livestock Feed Assistance AgriRecovery Initiative

Livestock producers and beekeepers can now apply for phase two of the 2021 Canada-Alberta Livestock Feed Assistance AgriRecovery initiative.

9th Annual Capture the County Photo Contest Winners

See the winners of photo contest and get your copy of the 2022 County calendar!

Employment Opportunity: Contract Campground Caretaker

The County is seeking a motivated couple (or individual with committed personnel support) to join its team as contract caretakers for the 2022 season.

Premier Announces More Boosters, Tests and Measures to Fight Omicron

As announced by Premier Kenney on December 21, 2021, Alberta’s government is taking further steps to strengthen vaccine protection and testing while bringing in new public health measures to reduce contact between Albertans as Omicron cases continue to grow.

Meet ALUS Trailblazers Leslie and Valerie Litke

Through the ALUS program, the Litkes have found delight in the changes on the land generated by their projects..

Emergency Preparedness: Ready For Anything

Disasters can happen with little or no warning. If a disaster happened tomorrow, how long could you and your family survive without assistance?

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