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 Village of Canwood, Saskatchewan
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Announcements and Notices

Rescinding of Precautionary Drinking Water Advisory

The Water Security Agency, in consultation with the Saskatchewan Health Authority-Prince Albert Office, are
advising that the “Precautionary Drinking Water Advisory”(PDWA) issued by the Water Security Agency
for Canwood’s potable water system be rescinded immediately. 

See Letter



Village of Canwood Newsletter
March 2023

Canwood School
March 2023


March 23, 2023

PUBLIC NOTICE   (By-Law 2016 – 03)

Please take note that as per Resolution 74/23, the regular April meeting will be Tuesday, April 11, 2023, commence at 4:30 p.m. at the Village Office, 651 Main Street.

As per subsection 13.6 of the same Bylaw, delegations wanting to bring forth any items to councils’ attention at this regular meeting must submit to the office no later than the Monday, April 4, 2023, 3:00 p.m. immediately preceding so that it may be added to the agenda.                                                                       

Lindsey Olson

Assistant Administrator



Canwood Park

Canwood and Districts Volume II History Book

Available for purchase at:

R.M. of Canwood Office 
$60 per book 
For more information contact the office at (306)468-2014



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Sask Lotteries Community Grant Program

The Sask Lotteries Community Grant Program assists non-profit, volunteer-led community organizations developing impactful and innovative sport, culture and recreation programs that meet the needs of the local community.


Organizations that are eligible to receive funding include municipal governments (city, town, village, organized hamlet or rural municipality), First Nation communities and northern settlements. These authorities distribute funds to local non-profit groups to provide programs.

Community Grants are determined by population with the minimum grant of $250 for southern communities and $500 for northern communities. Inter-community co-operation is extremely important in the development of effective programs. Funds can be allocated to another jurisdiction to enhance access to high-quality programs as long as no outstanding grant follow-ups exist.

See form for more information

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 Clubs and Organizations

Clubs may submit content for their own page if desired. Contact Village Office.

  • Make sure your organizational events are submitted to village office for our Community Calendar.
    Please pass along our new website link to friends and family.
  • We need photos. If you have good, high resolution shots of the Village and/or events please contact Village Office. Scenic shots are also welcome