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JUN
23
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Elder Abuse

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Follow the links for more information on Elder Abuse: - Facts on elder abuse - Protecting against financial abuse - Elder abuse in Alberta - Service provider screening guide for elder abuse
JUN
02

The Fish Pond is now open

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The Fish Pond is now open from 7 am to 9pm.  The Fish Pond is located at the staging area north of the Coop Mall.  You do require a license and what ever the Alberta guidelines are, apply to the fish pond.
JUN
02
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Splash Park is Now Open

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The Splash Park is now open from 10 am to 8 pm.
MAY
20
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Family Fun Circus

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The Location of the Circus has changed to the Clancy Richard Arena. Thursday May 29th the Family Fun Circus will be in town. Show times: 4:30 and another at 7:00 Advanced tickets to be purchased at the Town Office Rec. Dept.: Children 3 and under are free Children (ages 4 - 14) $7.00 Adults $15.00 Family ticket (includes 2 Adults and 2 Children) $40.00 Tickets at the door: Children $10.00 Adults $20.00
MAY
14
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St. Paul's Town Tattler

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Check out our newsletter by following the link. St. Paul's Town Tattler
MAY
06
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TELUS Fibre Optic Network

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The Future of Technology is here! St Paul is excited to be working together with TELUS to bring fibre optic technology to our area in a big way – over 90% of all homes and businesses in the community will have direct access to the TELUS Fibre Optic Network over the next few months. This project represents a major technological advancement and economic opportunity for the area – As a resident with fibre optic cable running right to your house, you will soon be able to enjo... More...
MAY
06
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Cradle to Crayon Initiative

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Recent research confirms that the first five years are particularly important for the development of a child's brain, and the first three years are the most critical in shaping the child's brain architecture. With positive early development children are more likely to do well in school, have better jobs, become good parents, and develop positive social relationships and better coping and problem solving skills. Communities have a vital role to play in promoting healthy early child development... More...
APR
23
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Geezers on Wheezers

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July 13th - 18th 2014 For additional information : 780 462-1842 or email: b1953@telusplanet.net Geezers on Wheezers - a Ride like none other It is a happening that is geared to the oldest bikes and the frailest riders. Brought to you by MOTOPARTS INC. John P. Oland Owner/Manager 204 Windermere Dr. Edmonton, Alberta T6R 2H6 Tel/fax: 780 988-8198 email: motoparts@compusmart.ab.ca Website: www.motopartsinc.com   More...
JAN
16
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Coyotes and Pets

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Coyotes and Pets Coyotes are territorial and could consider your dog a threat. Coyotes may try to draw a dog away and attack it to eliminate the threat. Keeping your dog on a leash at all times is the best way to ensure its safety. The Town of St. Pauls Dog/Cat Bylaw requires owners to prevent their cats and dogs from roaming free and unsupervised off of their property. By permitting your pets to roam free outside of your property, you provide the opportunity for a potentially serious enc... More...
NOV
04
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St. Paul's Town Tattler

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The St. Paul's Town Tattler is now available to view, just click on Town Tattler.