The Village of Canwood is accepting tenders for:
2013 Horst Snow blade; and
Interested parties must submit their bid to the Village office before 12 noon, Wednesday, November 23, 2022. Submissions can be mailed to:
Village of Canwood
emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org; or dropped off at the Village office 651 Main Street, Canwood, SK.
Tenders received after the closing date and time will not be considered.
Highest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. Village Council reserves the right to reject or accept any tender for any reason, without explanation, whether arbitrary, unreasonable, or otherwise. The successful bidder will have 30 days to provide payment to secure bid and complete purchase of items.
Note that above items are sold AS IS, WHERE IS.
Any questions or to arrange viewing, please contact the Village office at 306-468-2014.
The Saskatchewan Association of Watersheds (SAW) is very pleased to be partnering with the Manitoba Association of Watersheds (MAW) to deliver the Prairie Watersheds Climate Program (PWCP), made possible through the Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada On Farm Climate Action Fund. The Manitoba Association of Watersheds (MAW) has issued a press release this morning that announces the launch of our program, and the Saskatchewan Association of Watersheds (SAW) will be delivering this program throughout the province of Saskatchewan. You can find the full release at https://manitobawatersheds.org/news/prairie-watersheds-climate-program-launched.
The Prairie Watersheds Climate Program (PWCP) works with producers to increase the implementation of select Beneficial Management Practices (BMPs) on farms in Manitoba and Saskatchewan. The BMPs eligible under the PWCP focus on three categories:
- Rotational Grazing
- Nitrogen Management
- Cover Cropping
I have attached the fact sheets for each of the three BMP categories that highlight the eligible on farm projects. Please feel free to share this information with your Council, ratepayers or anyone that may have an interest in accessing this program funding. You can also learn more at https://saskwatersheds.ca/ under the Prairie Watersheds Climate Program tab.
If you or your Council would like more information on the PWCP, please do not hesitate to contact your local SAW District Manager, Joel Houston, at 639-318-4908 or email@example.com. Your SAW District Manager is also available to attend and present at Council meetings, rate payer meetings, or other events and we can also provide information for ratepayer newsletters.
The Council Bursary recipient this year is Jonathan Bather.
Rural Municipality of Canwood is no longer subject to Spring Road Restrictions effective Monday May 9, 2022 at 12:01 AM.
The assessment roll (a list of all assessable property) is now open to inspection at the municipal office during office hours until Monday, May 16, 2022. All assessed property owners can review the assessment roll to make sure that the information about their property is accurate. Notices were mailed only to owners whose property assessment changed from last year. Detailed Property Reports can be accessed on SAMAView or can be obtained from the municipal office.
A local community member from Canwood is one of the 26 residents who has been honored with the Sovereign’s Medal for Volunteers, presented by the office of the Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan.
Lorna Benson was taken aback when she found out she was not only nominated but had been chosen for the Medal.
“Volunteering is a way for me to give back to the community and the province. I have lived in Saskatchewan my whole life. I have deep roots here and I believe that giving back to the communities that help us raise our families and support us in our work and family lives is really important,” said Benson.
One of Lorna’s big volunteering tasks is as the coordinator for the first responders.
The R.M of Canwood will be a collection site on June 15, July 13 and August 24.
With widespread water quality concerns, the Ministry of Agriculture’s livestock and feed extension specialists are working to make water testing more accessible to livestock producers in Saskatchewan. Submit your livestock water samples to the location and on the dates listed below. You can also submit samples anytime, at your local regional or SCIC office. *See attached PDF for collection instructions.
A livestock and feed extension specialist will contact you to review the results.
Dates for 2021