Impress

Have your say about Wetaskiwin’s policing priorities for the coming year.

Have your say on Wetaskwin’s policing priorities

2021 Community Safety Policing Priorities survey now available; virtual town halls planned

  • Mar 1, 2021
Katimavik

Planning for a Katimavik group to come to Wetaskiwin

Katimavik program interested in bringing participants to volunteer in the community

  • Jan 11, 2021
CACAC strives to create a healthy and happy future for the children of Central Alberta and the greater community.

1,100 reasons to support Central Alberta children this Christmas

Annual lottery fundraiser will fund Central Alberta Child Advocacy Centre’s vital work

  • Dec 7, 2020
CACAC strives to create a healthy and happy future for the children of Central Alberta and the greater community.
The Métis Nation of Alberta seeks citizens’ input as it creates the Nation’s constitution.

Honouring Louis Riel’s Legacy

Advancing the Métis Self-Government by Coming Together

  • Nov 16, 2020
The Métis Nation of Alberta seeks citizens’ input as it creates the Nation’s constitution.
#Wetaskiwin2070

Wetaskiwin: planning today for a better tomorrow

Share your vision for Wetaskiwin’s future

  • Oct 19, 2020
#Wetaskiwin2070
Sherry Gummow, owner of Busted Ladies Lingerie, shows off some of the store's nursing and maternity bras.

Moms deserve SUPPORT too!

If your favourite maternity store has closed, it’s time to try this Ponoka shop

  • Oct 19, 2020
Sherry Gummow, owner of Busted Ladies Lingerie, shows off some of the store's nursing and maternity bras.
5 ways to share your 50-year vision for Wetaskiwin

5 ways to share your 50-year vision for Wetaskiwin

Everyone is encouraged to participate in the community visioning project

  • Oct 5, 2020
5 ways to share your 50-year vision for Wetaskiwin
As Wetaskiwin joins Canada in marking the 18th Rail Safety Week, Sept. 21 to 27, the message is simple: Stay off the tracks and stay safe.

Stay alert, stay safe: Wetaskiwin marks Rail Safety Week

18th annual awareness campaign runs Sept. 21 to 27

  • Sep 21, 2020
As Wetaskiwin joins Canada in marking the 18th Rail Safety Week, Sept. 21 to 27, the message is simple: Stay off the tracks and stay safe.
If you, your children, or a loved one needs mental health support, resources are available.

Your Mental Health Matters

City of Wetaskiwin reminds community of available supports

  • Sep 14, 2020
If you, your children, or a loved one needs mental health support, resources are available.
Welcome In Wetaskiwin!

Welcome In Wetaskiwin!

New City initiative rallies support for local businesses

  • Aug 24, 2020
Welcome In Wetaskiwin!
City of Wetaskiwin residents will have an opportunity to provide their input on the initial proposed budget from Aug. 24 to Sept. 3, 2020.

Have Your Say for 2021, Wetaskiwin!

Learn how you can get involved in the City’s 2021 budget process

  • Aug 24, 2020
City of Wetaskiwin residents will have an opportunity to provide their input on the initial proposed budget from Aug. 24 to Sept. 3, 2020.
The City of Wetaskiwin is working to make local development more appealing, and attract companies seeking to invest or expand in the business-friendly region.

Wetaskiwin initiative to boost new industrial developments and expansions

In the City’s ongoing efforts to support economic growth for the region,…

  • Aug 10, 2020
The City of Wetaskiwin is working to make local development more appealing, and attract companies seeking to invest or expand in the business-friendly region.
Wetaskiwin’s Manluk Centre aquatics facility once again welcomes you to the pool beginning this Friday, July 31, although that experience will be a little different from what patrons are used to.

Manluk Centre Pool Reopens Friday

If you’ve spent the last few months looking forward to safely getting…

  • Jul 27, 2020
Wetaskiwin’s Manluk Centre aquatics facility once again welcomes you to the pool beginning this Friday, July 31, although that experience will be a little different from what patrons are used to.
On July 13, Wetaskiwin City Hall and the Public Works office re-opened to the public.

Wetaskiwin City Hall and Public Works Office Now Open to Public

On Monday, July 13 at 8:30 a.m., both City Hall and the…

  • Jul 13, 2020
On July 13, Wetaskiwin City Hall and the Public Works office re-opened to the public.
Want to be a firefighter? Now is your chance

Want to be a firefighter? Now is your chance

Wetaskiwin Fire Services now recruiting for new members

  • Jul 6, 2020
Want to be a firefighter? Now is your chance
Alberta’s Métis celebrate vibrant culture with virtual festival

Alberta’s Métis celebrate vibrant culture with virtual festival

Mark your calendars for Alberta Métis Fest, June 13

  • Jun 8, 2020
Alberta’s Métis celebrate vibrant culture with virtual festival
While other distillers are bottling individual sizes of sanitizer, focusing on larger-size products lets Vancouver Island’s Shelter Point serve organizations like the RCMP, Department of National Defence, Fraser Health Authority, and school districts.

Vancouver Island distillery crafts sanitizer to meet Canadian need

Local know-how, economies of scale come together in Shelter Point sanitizer

  • Jun 8, 2020
While other distillers are bottling individual sizes of sanitizer, focusing on larger-size products lets Vancouver Island’s Shelter Point serve organizations like the RCMP, Department of National Defence, Fraser Health Authority, and school districts.
The City of Wetaskiwin has launched a new guide – Your Business Partner – to support businesses through re-opening.

New Re-Launch Resource Guide Available to Wetaskiwin Businesses

City of Wetaskiwin economic development team working with local businesses throughout the relaunch

  • May 25, 2020
The City of Wetaskiwin has launched a new guide – Your Business Partner – to support businesses through re-opening.
We must work together to fight the stigma around mental health challenges that can hinder people from seeking help.

Mental health matters—and it’s ok to need help

You are not alone if you’re struggling with your mental health

  • May 18, 2020
We must work together to fight the stigma around mental health challenges that can hinder people from seeking help.