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DEC
28
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THORSBY SIREN TO SOUND AT MIDNIGHT NEW YEAR'S EVE

The Thorsby siren will sound at midnight New Year's Eve to welcome in “THE TOWN OF THORSBY” In many cultures, there are many traditions related to the passing of the old year and the welcoming in of the new. First Footing is popular in many cultures and variations exist from country to country. In Thailand, guns are fired to fright off demons, In China firecrackers are let loose to route the forces of darkness and the Italians let their church bells peal while the Swiss pre... More...
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DEC
16
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TOWN OF THORSBY

Council has, and continues to work hard to move our community forward. The next step in this journey we share together, is becoming a Town. The Order in Council has been approved and will come into effect January 1, 2017 and Thorsby will then be recognized as a Town. Over the last year, we have engaged the residents of Thorsby and have encountered a positive response to the conversation of becoming a Town. The questions asked most revolve around the financial aspects: Will it reduce tax... More...
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DEC
15
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TOWN STATUS

Thorsby has received an early Christmas Present today with the news that our application for Town Status has been approved.The link to the Order in Council is shown below. http://www.qp.alberta.ca/documents/Orders/Orders_in_Council/2016/1216/2016_344.html
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DEC
03

Christmas in the Village 50/50 draw

Winning 50/50 ticket #8451098 - claimed $2096 goes to the lucky winner
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NOV
28
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Council gives first reading to new Community Standards Bylaw

Bylaw 2016-18 Community Standards Bylaw - 1st Reading 002 Nuisance Bylaw On November 22, 2016, the Council of Thorsby passed first reading of the new Community Standards Bylaw. This Bylaw replaces Bylaw 2006-08 Nuisance Bylaw. Community Standards Bylaws are designed to provide community awareness regarding the safety and environmental success of the Municipality. Bylaws are typically written in sections and each section starts with “what you can’t do” and then p... More...
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NOV
24
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Christmas Elves

Fireman's Food Drive & Donation List More...
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NOV
08
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REMEMBERANCE DAY SERVICES

THORSBY REMEMBRANCE DAY SERVICES FRIDAY NOVEMBER 11, 2016 Thorsby Royal Canadian Legion Pioneer Br. 144 together with the 2561 Royal Canadian Amy Cadets invite everyone to join in the Remembrance Day Service. Thorsby Jr./Sr. High School at 10:00 Laying of wreaths will be indoors at 11:00 a.m. Lunch will be served after the wreath laying
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Thorsby has a superb water management facility with membrane filtration and excess capacity.