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  • Basic Emergency Management Training
  • Living Life to the Full
  • Election 2017
  • Christmas in November
  • Text Alerts
  • Moving Together Symposium
  • More Rec Sponsors

This 2 day course is based on the four pillars of emergency management - mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery. The course provides participants with fundamental emergency planning knowledge to enhance their ability to either lead or be part of an EMO committee.  

Friday December 1, 2017 6pm - 10pm

Saturday December 2  8:30am to 5pm  

No charge to register, lunch will be provided for purchase or attendees may bring their own. 

The form MUST be filled out and sent in to the ministries NOT the Town Office.

https://www.saskatchewan.ca/residents/environment-public-health-and-safety/emergency%20management/emergency-management-and-fire-safety-courses

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Voter Eligability

 

By-Election #3 - to replace Councillor Patrick Toner

 

 

Nominations are now closed. The candidates running for one vacant seat on Town Council are as follows:

 

Ken Durocher – Meat Supervisor

Gerri Holmes – School Bus Driver - 306-962-4706 or 1-306-463-7828 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Dallas Massey – Home Manufacturing/Import Broker -780-884-1007 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

James Unrau – Plumber/Gasfitter - 306-962-3304(home) - 403-581-3142(cell) - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

 

Advance polling will take place Thursday, November 16 from 10am - 3pm.

Election day is Wednesday November 29 from 8am - 9pm. 

Polling will take place at the Town Office - 217 Main Street.  

 

 

Voter Eligability

 

Voter eligability -Eligible voters must be:

  • at least 18 years old on Election Day;
  • a Canadian citizen;
  • a resident of Saskatchewan for at least 6 consecutive months immediately preceding election day; and
  • either:
  • a) a resident of the municipality for at least 3 consecutive months immediately preceding the day of the election: or;
  • b) an owner of assessable land for at least 3 consecutive months immediately preceding the day of the election.

 

Identification requirements for voters:

Voter Identification Matters

The purpose of the voter ID requirements is to maintain the integrity of local election processes. Your name and address must appear in some form on your voter identification documents. Bringing proper identification will ensure your voice is heard and will help your local election run as smoothly as possible.

Photo ID - Your BEST option to take to the polls

Acceptable photo identification is ID that is government-issued, valid and has your photo, name and address. If your identification does not meet these criteria it will not be recognized as an acceptable form of photo identification.

Examples include:

  • A valid Saskatchewan Driver's Licence. (If you still have a two-piece licence, make sure you have both pieces).
  • A valid Saskatchewan ID card issued by SGI or any motor licence issuer. (Available for $10 or free for seniors).
  • Any other valid government issued photo ID issued by a Canadian government whether federal, provincial or municipal, or an agency of that government, so long as it includes your name and address.

A Canadian passport is not an acceptable form of photo identification because it does not contain your address. However, a Canadian passport can be used as identification if paired with another document that has your name and address on it. 

Non-Photo ID Options

If you don't have photo identification and are unable to obtain photo-ID before Election Day, you can present two other pieces of information, as long as both contain your name and at least one contains your address.

Examples include:

  • Valid ID cards or certificates issued by the Canadian or Saskatchewan government, a Saskatchewan municipality or school division, a Saskatchewan Indian band, the Métis Nation of Saskatchewan or an agency of one of these entities.
  • Personal correspondence, benefit/contribution statements and tax/assessment notices issued by any of the above entities.
  • Bank/credit union cards, credit cards and statements.
  • Utility bills and statements issued within six months of the date of the election.
  • Personalized attestation of residence, letter of stay or admission form issued by a seniors or student residence, long term care or shelter facility.

 

 

 

 

The Town of Eston follows the municipal election guidelines as set out by the Province of Sasaktachewan. Full information on these regulations can be found by visiting https://www.saskatchewan.ca/government/municipal-administration/elections

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Example of Town notifications:

  • Water breaks or disruption in service
  • Boil water advisories
  • Emergency information
  • Event reminders

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  • Program deadlines
  • New programming information
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  • Public Skating / Shiny

Eston in motion is hosting a one-day Moving Together Symposium in partnership with Saskatchewan in motion. The event is designed to share what’s already happening in our community and create practical local solutions for getting kids and their families moving more. Keynote speaker Dr. Louise Humbert, from the University of Saskatchewan, will deliver an engaging presentation on the importance of physical activity for children, youth and their families.

Less than 15% of Saskatchewan kids are active enough for health benefits. We believe we all play a role in making sure kids have an opportunity to move at least 60 minutes a day. Join us Thursday, November 23 for the Moving Together Symposium. It is open to all interested individuals and organizations. To take part please contact Chris Keleher phone 306-962-4460 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  Registration forms can be found here or picked up at the Town Office. 

PRESS RELEASE – For Immediate Release

 

Eston & District Recreation Board Announces Second Round of Recreation Facility Sponsors

October 25, 2017

The Eston & District Recreation Board is excited to announce the next round of community businesses that they will be beginning a partnership with as sponsors within their Recreation Facilities.

Details of the sponsors are below:

  • HES Manufacturing - Dressing Room #1
  • G-Mac’s Ag Team - Centennial Hall
  • Crescent Point Energy - Ball Diamond #1
  • Close Haula Bertoia Blanchette Chartered Professional Accountants - Curling Ice Sheet
  • Ball Diamond #2 - Eston Sheet Metal

The aforementioned businesses will join the first ten businesses who committed their support previously.

A full list of sponsors can be found below:

  • AGT Foods - Community Complex Naming Rights
    • The Community Complex will be known as the AGT Community Centre
  • Owens & Sweitzer (1972) Ltd. - Arena Lobby and Hockey Rink Naming Rights
    • The Arena and Lobby will be known as the Owens & Sweitzer Arena & Lobby
  • Prairie Centre Credit Union - Score Clock
  • HES Manufacturing - Dressing Room #1
  • Olorenshaw Farm Services - Mezzanine
  • G-Mac’s Ag Team - Centennial Hall

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  • Crescent Point Energy - Ball Diamond #1
  • Eston Sheet Metal - Ball Diamond #2
  • Sutherland Farms - Curling Ice Sheet
  • Garrett McLean Farms - Curling Ice Sheet
  • TGI Farms Inc. - Curling Ice Sheet
  • Close Haula Bertoia Blanchette Chartered Professional Accountants - Curling Ice Sheet
  • K & S Tire - Gallery of Glory
  • Emerge Ag - Concourse VIP Lounge
  • Central Plains Co-Op - Bowling Alley 

“We are very excited to begin a partnership with these community members who value and are passionate about sports and recreation,” commented Recreation Director Chris Keleher. “It is a very large expense to operate and maintain our Community Centre and Sports Fields. This will enable us to continue to improve the facilities and, as participation numbers grow, allow the facilities to grow with them.”

There are still a few great opportunities available. If your business is interested in partnering with the Eston & District Recreation Board, please contact Chris Keleher at 306-962-4460 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Welcome to the Town of Eston

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The Town of Eston is located in the heart of West Central Saskatchewan at the junction of Highways 44 and 30.

The town boasts a busy business district with services including a drug store, a grocery store with liquor vendor, two motels, restaurants, a gift shop, a service station and two card locks, a bank, a credit union, a dumping station....

 

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108 Main Street S. Box 787 S0L 1A0
Phone: 306-962-3221
Fax: 306-962-4445
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