Curbside Recycling Comes To Oxbow
Written by Liz Bottrell as published in the Oxbow Hearld May 2, 2011 The Town of Oxbow is taking a big step towards becoming a greener community by introducing curbside recycling this month. "It was a success in Carlyle and it's something that is needed," said Bran Vanbeselaere, administrator for the Town of Oxbow, of why council voted to bring curbside recycling to the community. Regens Disposal Limted, the company offering curbside recycling to Oxbow, will deliver two bins - a ...
Oxbow students on the move
written by Sylvia MacBean as published in the Oxbow Herald on March 21st. Friday was a special day for the students of Oxbow's Prairie Heights High School and Oxbow Elementary School. The students said goodbye to their old school facilities forever, and moved into their new school called Oxbow Prairie Horizons School. Plans for Oxbow's Prairie Horizon's school were announced back in 2006. Construction was hampered by wet weather, and a shortage of construction workers, who kept leaving when ...
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Bob Goodward Nominated for National Volunteer Award
By Liz Willick The Town of Oxbow has nominated Councillor Bob Goodward as a stand-out volunteer to the CBC/Radio-Canada Champions of Change Competition. The program celebrates activism and citizenship through voulnteerism in Canada. Goodward has been a driving force behind the develpment of the Moose Creek Regional Park (MCRP) and Golf Course. A long time Park activist and Town Council representative, in 2001 Goodward started co-ordinating the building of the Golf Course which opened in 200...
Local Groups Sponsor Free Public Skating:
Get out your skates and hit the ice at Oxbow's newly redecorated Community Rink. Thanks to Oxbow's Branch 187 of the Royal Canadian Legion and the Oxbow Lions Club, there's once again free ice time for public skating. The Lions accordint to treasurer Bob Goodward, have been donating to the Rink and offering the community free ice time for over a decade. Anybody can skate. "Nobody has to collect money and nobody has to pay," he said. Rhonda Hodgson for the Legion said the money com...
The Galloway Trust Centre Appreciates Donations:
The Galloway Trust Committee is made up of members that are appointed from the Towns of Oxbow, Alameda and Glend Ewen and Rural Municipalities of Moose Creek and Enniskillen. The purpose of the Trust is to ensure that monies donated to the Galloway Trust are managed with discretion and used solely for the good of the Galloway Health Centre. Galloway Trust money is controlled locally and is used to purchase items for patient care and safety, equipment to assist our doctors and staff, pluse ed...
Building Permits Were Second Highest Recorded
Saskatchewan's building permits were the second-highest ever recorded according to Statistics Canada in a report released on February 7, 2011. Building permits in 2010 totalled 2.1 billion (seasonally unadjusted just shy of the 2.2 billion recorded in 2008. Residential permits were up 42.2 percent on average betwen 2009 and 2010, the second highest percentage increase among the provinces. "Building permits for 2010 were the second-best on record, surpassed only by 2008 when our economy ...
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