Public Relations Category

Collaboration the way forward for Edmonton, Beaumont, Leduc County

Yesterday, the City of Edmonton, Town of Beaumont and Leduc County formally committed to collaborating on joint planning, through the signing of the Intermunicipal Planning Framework Agreement. The new framework agreement creates an opportunity to excel our region through collaborative planning that will ensure our communities are serving our current and future residents. This allows the […]

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Leduc County’s response to coal panel recommendations

A series of recommendations to the Government of Alberta surrounding the phase out of coal-fired electricity generation, released Friday, provide a starting point to support affected municipalities. The phase-out of coal-fired electricity generation in the western portion of Leduc County will adversely impact the county as a whole and, more importantly, the families who depend on the industry for their […]

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Leduc County council appoints mayor

At its organizational meeting held this morning, Leduc County council unanimously appointed Division 5 Councillor Tanni Doblanko to act as Leduc County mayor for a one-year term. It is my honour to serve as Leduc County mayor and lead this council over the next year. This is a role that I take great pride in, and I know my fellow councillors […]

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Leduc County releases official election results

  Results from the Oct. 16 municipal election are now official. The candidates elected to serve a four-year term on Leduc County council are as follows: Division 1: Rick Smith (acclaimed) Division 2: Kelly-Lynn Lewis Division 3: Kelly Vandenberghe Division 4: Larry Wanchuk Division 5: Tanni Doblanko Division 6: Glenn Belozer Division 7: Raymond Scobie Elected officials will be sworn in at Leduc County’s organizational […]

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Leduc County releases unofficial election results

Leduc County residents in six of the seven electoral districts cast their ballots today as part of the 2017 municipal election. All polling stations have reported their vote counts to the returning officer and the following individuals have each been elected to serve a four-year term on Leduc County council: Kelly-Lynn Lewis was elected to represent division 2 with […]

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Fire Prevention Week: Planning two ways out could save your life

In a fire, seconds can mean the difference between residents in our community escaping safely or having their lives end in tragedy. This Fire Prevention Week, running from Oct. 8 to 14, Leduc County is supporting the National Fire Protection Association’s message encouraging residents to plan two escape routes from their home to be used in the […]

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Calmar District Fire Station now under construction

Construction kicked off this week for the new $3.5-million fire station to serve the Calmar Fire District for the next 40-plus years. The Calmar District Fire Station will be a vital asset to citizens in and around the Calmar Fire District today and well into the future. We look forward to the enhancements this will bring to […]

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Leduc County announces election candidates

After an acclamation in division one, a total of 13 Leduc County residents in six different divisions will have their names included on the ballots in the upcoming municipal election on Oct. 16. We are pleased to see residents from each of the seven electoral divisions putting their names forward to help shape the future of Leduc County […]

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Charges down this Labour Day long weekend

Leduc County peace officers rounded out their summer long-weekend patrols issuing fewer charges this Labour Day weekend compared to last year. Over the four-day period from Sept. 1 to 4, peace officers issued a total of 93 charges and 42 warnings for speeding, liquor violations, intersection safety infractions and failing to produce required documents, among others. Charges were […]

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Proactive patrols conducted on Heritage Day long weekend

While communities across Leduc County celebrated Alberta’s heritage this weekend, Leduc County peace officers conducted proactive patrols to keep residents and visitors safe. Over the four-day period from Aug. 4 to Aug. 7, peace officers travelled a total of 2,745 kilometres and issued 50 charges and 18 warnings for speeding, liquor violations, improper passing, failing […]

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