The RCMP continue to seek public assistance in the search for Ryan Mcleod
The RCMP are seeking the public’s assistance in locating 31 year old Ryan Mcleod, of Leduc.
The RCMP have located and verified the wellbeing of Thorsby man Ross Warren.
Thorsby RCMP is seeking the public’s assistance locating 65-year-old Ross Warren. Ross was last seen in the Warburg area on September 6th, 2020.
Post-secondary students attending in-person classes at an institution can get free Leduc Transit passes.
The Blackgold School Division Board (BGSD) of Trustees has decided to delay the start of the school year by staggering back to school classes.
Five bursary awards of $1000 each are being awarded to students in an agricultural-related post-secondary program by the Leduc County Agricultural Service Board.
City of Leduc property taxes are due August 31st if the landowner or mortgage company pays the lump sum owed.
The Town of Devon has seen increased traffic at Voyageur park over the past summer months.
If you are planning on visiting the LRC, make sure to pre-book on the Live Leduc mobile app or call the rec center.
The City of Leduc has announced that Community Information and Registration Day and Party in Alexandra Park has been cancelled due to COVID-19.
The LRC has recently completed a new LED lighting retrofit and redesign.
Some Leduc Transit routes and schedules will be changing August 19th, 2020.
The Emergency Department at the Devon General Hospital has resumed service and will be accepting patients from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily.
Mayor Young and Members of Council passed the bylaw for mandatory facemask wearing should Leduc reach a threshold of 10 confirmed active COVID-19 cases.
Maskwacis RCMP is asking for public assistance to locate 21-year-old Amelia Firth of O’Chiese First Nation.
The Town of Devon has teamed up with Leduc County, the City of Leduc and the Town of Calmar for a new tourism initiative
You now can go on an interpretive journey around the Telford Lake Trail.
Charges have been laid and Police are now looking for a man related to a shooting that occurred on July 17th, 2020 in Leduc.
A 45-year-old man is facing a charge of assault with a weapon.
The province is encouraging Albertans to support their local farmers on the weekend of August 15th and 16th.
The City of Beaumont has approved a mandatory facemask bylaw that will take effect on Friday, August 14th.
The City of Leduc has announced the 2020 Volunteer Appreciation Banquet and Citizens of Distinction Award Ceremony has been cancelled.
During Local Food Week in Devon, the Devon Chamber has set up a local food business BINGO game that runs until August 16, 2020.
On August 7th, 2020 at about 1:10 p.m., Thorsby RCMP responded to a call about a woman who had reportedly drowned at Pigeon lake.
A 13-year-old youth has been charged with manslaughter after a death that happened on August 5th.
The City of Leduc has decided to cancel the Rock the Rails Youth Festival for the 2020 year.
The Town of Devon is consulting with Treaty Six Nations in relocating the Ball Diamonds across Highway 60.
Two women, Junelle Desjarlais and Jessica Wildcat, have been arrested following a carjacking on Grant MacEwan Blvd. near Township Rd. 500 on August 3rd at about 10:45 p.m.
A 17-year-old male is facing six criminal charges after being arrested in connection with a shooting in Warburg during the night of August 1st.
The Devon General Hospital is re-opening the Emergency Department starting August 18th. Patients will be accepted daily between 10 a.m. and 8 p.m.
Leduc RCMP and Alberta Sheriffs are investigating a four-vehicle collision on Highway 625 westbound at the Highway 2 overpass.
Members of the Beaumont and District Heritage Society will be celebrating the community's 125th Anniversary on July 31st
Local Filmmaker and Leduc Resident, Darren Thompson will be releasing a documentary film for the public to see this weekend.
At approximately 5 p.m. on July 29th, a 37-year-old man was shot in the Southfork area.
The Town of Devon's efforts to attract new businesses to the town has been going well.
Local McDonald's Restaraunt Manager, Tammy Theriault has received the prestigious Ray Kroc Award.
Starting August 1st, facemasks will be mandatory on all Leduc Transit and LATS.
Leduc County is looking to turn the former Nisku Recreation Centre (NRC) into a business retention and expansion facility.
Leduc City Council and administration is wanting to know the public opinion on face masks being mandatory in Leduc.
Construction is expected to start on the John Bole Track today.
The Town of Devon has announced the official launch of its new town website.
The LRC Aquatic Center will be re-opening on Monday, July 27th.
Construction work is scheduled to start Friday, July 24th, on concrete islands at Discovery Way and Alton Drive
Leduc County is declaring a municipal state of Agricultural disaster.
The City of Leduc is wanting to remind the public that the health and safety of the community is the top concern, especially as everyone is trying to find the new normal.
Women aged 50 to 74 - the most at risk of developing breast cancer - will have access to local mammography services in the Leduc area.
Leduc County is conducting a survey to see what the public's thoughts and perspectives are on solid waste management in the county.
On July 16th, Wetaskiwin RCMP completed a search warrant for reports of drug activity at a residence in Wetaskiwin.
A 45-year-old man from Calgary has died from a single motorcycle crash at Castrol Raceway over the weekend.
The lower section of the Legs of Fire Stairs has re-opened after a mudslide last week.
The City of Leduc has completed the 17 kW PV system at the new Eco-Station.
The City of Leduc has extended nominations for the #influencers event to July 31st.
Leduc County is wanting to work with agriculture producers when moving silage.
Starting July 20th, Devon's Transit System will be resuming service to Leduc.
The City of Leduc is reminding the public to only park in official parking spots.
The Leduc Chamber of Commerce has announced two events coming up in July for Leduc County.
The Leduc RCMP and Fire Department responded to a suspicious structure fire on July 12th at about 4 a.m.
The Virtual Canada Day Celebration Survey deadline has been moved to July 31st.
The Black Gold School Division is preparing for three scenarios that Alberta has set out for back to school for 2020 and 2021.
A number of trails in Devon have been closed due to large amounts of rain recently.
Leduc RCMP General Investigation Station is continuing to investigate two accounts of arson that happened on the morning of June 6th, 2020.
Beaumont is looking to become one of the first cities in North America to have 10-gigabit high-speed internet.
The death of 19-year old, Jacob Michael Chitze of Edmonton, on June 18th at a house party, has now been ruled a homicide.
There is a questionnaire available to those who participated in the Virtual Canada Day celebration.
Leduc County is conducting a Survey until July 23rd on residents and businesses internet access, speed, and broadband development.
Beaumont Council has unanimously voted to return waste collections to bi-weekly pickups.
Community Peace Officers are wanting to revisit times for school and playground zones.
Starting July 13th, more free non-medical masks will be available at local Tim Hortons, McDonald's Canada, and A&W's.
Police are investigating an airplane crash that took 3 lives in Leduc County on July 3rd.
Voyageur Park in Devon has now re-opened the boat launch and park area.
The LRC Fitness Center and Wilhauk Beef Jerky Arena are re-opening July 6th.
Leduc property tax notices will be mailed out on July 16th with property taxes due on August 31st.
All of the rain over the past few days has caused some problems for the Town of Devon.
With Leduc Transit fares back in effect, it does not mean all transit routes are back to normal.
The City of Leduc is inviting residents living in the region to participate in an online open house.
The "City of Leduc Welcomes You" sign just off Rollyview Road and Range Road 245 was damaged sometime between June 26th -28th.
The City of Leduc wants to remind the public about parking etiquette.
Due to COVID-19, the 2020 Leduc Sports Hall of Fame Induction Gala has been postponed to November 6th, 2021.
The City of Leduc will be having virtual fireworks for the city to watch this Canada Day.
Starting June 29th, there will be lane detours in Leduc along Black Gold Drive.
The Thorsby Communities in Bloom and Thorsby Lions Club are teaming up to host a trail clean-up through the Thorsby Network of Trails on June 27th.
Concrete medians and curbs are being raised along 50th avenue in Leduc.
Devon will be hosting their Canada Day Parade starting at 9:30 am on July 1st.
With Canada Day approaching, Leduc has announced that fireworks will not be a part of the festivities.
Taste of Edmonton has postponed its festival to July 22nd –August 1st, 2021 due to COVID-19.
The west portion of 54th Avenue will be closed today starting at 8 am, June 24th until 5 pm, June 25th.
Property owners in Leduc County should be receiving property tax and assessment notices in the mail.
Registration for Leduc Summer Camps starts June 23rd.
Registration for summer camps this year in Devon is open.
At 8:30 am on June 22nd, some public facilities in Leduc re-opened.
New Humble School is on a hopeful journey to becoming a charter school.
At about 2 a.m. on June 18th, Leduc RCMP was dispatched to a house party where a male was reported to be injured.
The Town of Devon has placed the prime land lots at the corner of Highway 19 and Highway 60 for sale.
Leduc Transit and LATS fare collection and will resume on July 1st.
The Regional Virtual Canada Day Celebration this year will have activities for everyone in the family to enjoy.
There will be no sanctioned outdoor minor soccer in Leduc for the 2020 season.
The Town of Devon will be celebrating Indigenous Peoples Week June 22-26.
The City of Leduc’s council meeting on June 15th largely consisted of re-opening public facilities.
The Leduc Civic Centre, Protective Services Building and Operations Building will be re-opening on June 22nd.
The City of Leduc has announced that there will be an online Canada Day celebration.
Today is a special day for Christ the King High School in Leduc.
Leduc RCMP are looking to find anyone who may have witnessed a motorcycle collision that occurred on 50 Street and 59 Avenue.
The COVID-19 re-launch phase 2 has been moved earlier from the original date set to June 19th.
The Devon Splash park will open on Friday with Stage 2 of Alberta's relaunch, while the community pool will remain closed for the summer.
On June 6, at approximately 4:00 a.m. Leduc RCMP responded to several structure fires in the Kingsfield Village area.
The City of Leduc is taking steps to lighten financial pressure on taxpayers due to the impact of a global pandemic.
Over 20 million non-medical masks are available across the province at almost every McDonald's, A&W's, and Tim Horton's drive-thru.
The 50th Avenue roadway in Leduc was discussed at City Council.
Starting today, residents can once again hold Garage and Yard sales in Devon.
The 2020 EMRB Golf Tournament has been cancelled.
Eti Idemudia has been charged with 10 offences.
The City of Leduc has designed a virtual city hall to better meet the needs of customers wanting to access their information from home.
The 2020 camping season will open this weekend at Jubilee Park and Centennial Park Campgrounds.
Residents in Nursing homes will be able to access direct primary care from nurse practitioners.
The government of Alberta is making changes for seed varieties and cereal research.
Starting next week, recycling depots in the Town of Devon will once again be charging users for specific items
Residential traffic has increased significantly at The Leduc & District Regional Waste Management Facility (LDRWMF).
Leduc County is reminding people that while using off-highway vehicles (OHVs) can be a fun way to enjoy the outdoors, there are safety precautions and rules you must follow for everyone’s safety including your own.
Agriculture, agri-food and forestry sectors look to accelerate innovation in support of long-term competitiveness and to stimulate growth.
Continue to keep fire safety in mind this summer, and feel free to access fire safety information on the city's website
Virtual events will be taking place every day next week to celebrate Pride Week.
The county will continue with its measured and phased approach to its relaunch efforts through the month of June.
Day camps to launch in July and continue until mid-August.
Construction spending is expected to be over $450 million over the next two years.
An investigation into an incident that occurred on Wednesday night is currently under investigation by Beaumont RCMP, the RCMP Serious Crimes Unit and RCMP Forensic Identification Section
The tax rates and final budget (including the county's operating and capital budgets) were laid out during councils Wednesday meeting.
The city reopened some of its outdoor rec areas in accordance with provincial guidelines and will work with Leduc Enforcement Services to ensure health orders are adhered to.
The Town's Municipal Office is also now open to the public
Some outdoor playgrounds in the county are now open in accordance with provincial guidelines, and users are expected to continue adhering to public health orders while using them.
The closure will be in place today and tomorrow
Leduc Fire Services and STARS air ambulance responded to a single-vehicle crash on Sunday
Officers with the Leduc RCMP detachment are seeking the publics' assistance in locating a boat stolen earlier this month.
Read Mayor Doblanko's statement regarding National Public Works Week, running from May 17 - 23.
Labour costs will be reduced to reflect the new passenger traffic realty.
Reduced water flow in some Nisku area businesses has resulted in the need for water system flushing.
Crews started working in the town yesterday and will be working till the end of the month
New case numbers continue to decrease, with overall recoveries on the rise across the province.
The Devon Public Library is now open to curbside pickup.
The city will be adhering to the guidelines established by the Alberta government as businesses reopen and life slowly takes a step towards normalcy.
Formal property assessments complaints are due on May 31.
The air team is working its way across the country as a show of support for frontline workers.
A search warrant executed at a property in Leduc County has led the RCMP to seize two firearms for analysis.
Two campgrounds will open up for the season starting on June 5th
Leduc County crews will be in the Hamlet working to clean up the streets over the course of two days.
The city's large item pickup will continue this year and will accept two large items per household.
A new Center-Nord School Board Francophone school in Beaumont will receive provincial funding, and the city council has selected a location for the build.
The Queen Elizabeth II highway was closed for hours, with dozens of officers on scene yesterday
Council approved a document outlining best practices for the Town of Devon to engage with Indigenous Peoples
Drivers advised to avoid the area and to plan alternative routes.
Several gravel roads within Leduc County are in need of repair due to frost boils from recent temperature increases and fluctuations
The spring melt has resulted in a number of emergency road closures in Leduc County.
The plans focus is a gradual, phased relaunch that mirrors the province's approach to reopening.
1,500 weapons will now be banned in Canada under a new federal cabinet order.
Crews are working on the annual flush as part of the county's regular spring maintenance.
Virtual recreation programs are being considered by the town as restrictions surrounding COVID-19 continue to limit regular activities
The city is preparing itself for a gradual progression towards normalcy as the country and provinces begin outlining their reopening strategies
One body has been recovered and five remain missing as Canada and its NATO allies continue to search for the crew of a downed cyclone helicopter.
The Eco Station had previously been closed last month as a precaution to safeguard residents during the COVID-19.
The system will help to clean up water in the airport's stormwater ponds
The layoffs reflect the budgetary cuts that were announced by the province in late-March.
The 2020 K-Days and Taste of Edmonton Festivals have both been postponed due to COVID-19.
The town is shutting down the sales due to safety concerns regarding physical distancing and transmission through contact
More than 110,000 tests have been completed, with more than just 3,401 cases confirmed across the province.
Residential street cleaning continues today in Devon, and will go until April 29.
The restrictions will be in place to ensure that Leduc County can protect it's firefighters from exposure to COVID-19
Warmer weather has now lead to several temporary road closures so far as spring comes into full swing.
While the number of cases continues to rise, the province is also observing a rise in confirmed recovered cases of the coronavirus pandemic.
Alberta Health Services says the move is in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, to protect the 14 long term care patients at the facility.
The province has just under 2000 confirmed cases of the coronavirus and is working on providing mental health support to Albertans in need during this pandemic.
Officers with the Leduc Detachment are also asking for the public's for help identifying a suspect vehicle
The countries unemployment rate rose to 7.8 per cent last month.
The first of several flights from China bring critical supplies for medical workers and first responders arrived on Monday.
Nearly a month after declaring a state of local emergency, Leduc will not be renewing its SOLE, but will continue to keep strict measures in place to battle COVID-19.
With current controls in place, the nation could see between 11,000-22,000 deaths due to the novel coronavirus.
The Premier addressed Albertans last night to update them on the provinces continued response to the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as the current economic rut the province is in.
Until further noice, City Council will continue to conduct its meetings via live stream.
The provinces case numbers continue to rise, making self-isolation and social distancing measures more and more essential.
The city is stressing education before enforcement during pandemic.
So far, four campgrounds have pushed their opening dates into June.
Effective today, the provincial government is directing Alberta Health Services to temporarily suspend parking fees for health-care workers and the general public.
Landlines were still functional, but Telus and Koodo network service customers experienced a network outage this morning
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Leduc County Council opted to close public access to 4 of the county's playgrounds.
Money already earmarked for educational assistants, bus drivers and substitute teachers in the Alberta budget is being taken away nearly two weeks after it was promised to them
The subsidy has been increased by 60% to help relieve the financial load of small businesses during the COVID-19 crisis.
The Province will now be enforcing fines for anyone caught violating COVID-19 related public health orders.
Justin Trudeau has announced a major increase to the wage subsidy for small and medium sized businesses.
The House of Commons and the Canadian Senate have approved the age package, which now has royal assent and will help struggling Canadian's impacted by COVID-19
Additional resources and restrictions are now in place and will be available to limit the spread of COVID-19.
The measures will ensure necessary financial aid is accessible to citizens.
The motion was made on Friday as a means of slowing the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic
Alberta has announced the first COVID-19 related death in the province.
Beaumont is following the City of Leduc's lead in taking significant steps to combat the spread of COVID-19
There will be no additional travellers across the 49th parallel as the world’s longest border closes to all but essential traffic.
Citizens of Alberta that are out of a source of income and are getting isolated due to the pandemic can now apply for cash relief from the Alberta government.
The declaration will be made under the Public Health Act
A call-in option will replace the previously scheduled open houses pertaining to January's tax assessments.
The city's Emergency Coordination Centre has been activated in response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic sweeping the nation.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced in his national address this morning that the nation's borders would be closed to anyone who is a non-citizen or permanent resident.
School, shops and sports clubs in the Leduc region
A rifle and drug paraphernalia were found in the stolen vehicle, as were stolen mail and identification.
Wetaskiwin RCMP seeking assistance locating missing male Eric Moonias
Wetaskiwin RCMP seeking assistance locating missing male Everette Morin.
Surveys released by the Leduc, Devon and Thorsby RCMP detachments ask for public feedback to help establish priorities for the year.
13 municipalities have been working towards creating the commission since the release of a business case for the commission in late January.
Officers are looking for suspects believed to be involved in a pair of break-and-enters in Warburg this week.
Police are seeking help from the public in identifying and locating a pair of men who have made fraudulent transactions at several different bank institutions,
The thief stole the card after breaking into a vehicle and used it at a gas station here in the city.
Two men were shot and injured in what is believed to have been a planned drive-by attack.
Leduc County is under an extreme cold warning this morning; dress to conditions
Wetaskiwin RCMP has provided the following update:
The suspect from a break and enter was also involved in a kidnapping before authorities finally caught up to him on February 8th.
A 21-year-old from the city has been missing since Tuesday.
They're looking for four male suspects involved in the January 24th theft at a Liquor Depot in the city
A police vehicle was rammed here in Leduc, and suspects are in custody following a pursuit that began in Wetaskiwin.
Heavy snowfall is affecting visibility and creating treacherous driving conditions.
A semi hauling a tanker collided with a small vehicle yesterday afternoon, forcing authorities to close Highway 60 until almost sunrise this morning.
The March 3rd workshop will provide residents with useful information regarding water well maintenance and service.
Police are asking the public for help in finding the people who defaced a City of Leduc sign last week.
After a man was pronounced dead at a residence, Wetaskiwin RCMP has enlisted the help of the RCMP's Major Crimes Unit.
City of Leduc and Leduc Enforcement Services are reminding residents of the heavy fines attached to the operation of off-highway vehicles in the city.
Officers executed search warrants last week at a residence in Wetaskiwin and uncovered a multitude of evidence, resulting in multiple drugs and weapons-related charges offences.
Leduc mother Danielle Arlint is hosting a fundraising event for her 28-year-old son Christopher after he was re-diagnosed with cancer.
The proposed changes will update the City's standard practices, while also making it easier for developers to work on projects.
Expect low visibility during your commute this morning.
Leduc RCMP releases description of robbery suspect.
The Leduc Riggers demolished the Wetaskiwin Icemen 8-1 on Friday night.
Parkland RCMP is asking for assistance with locating 14-year-old Wynne Vaugn.
19-year-old from Leduc has been charged for numerous drug-related offences
The extreme cold has moved away for the foreseeable future, allowing all busses to get back to their regular routes.
RCMP is seeking public assistance locating 47-year-old Lisa Joanne Jacobsen.
The morning update on buses running in Leduc and area.
Update on bus cancellations this morning in Leduc County:
New Humble Center School will celebrate its 120th anniversary next week on January 22nd, 2020.
Leduc City Council discussed upcoming tax adjustments to residential and non-residential homes in Leduc.
Due to the extreme cold, all Black Gold buses are cancelled today.
Over 2000 people gathered at the Saville Community Sports Centre in Edmonton, to honor the victims of a plane crash in Iran.
As a result of the extreme cold, the Black Gold School Division said rural busses will not be operating this morning.
Fans of minor league hockey will be in for an exciting weekend.
Most of the bus routes in the Black and Gold school division are on schedule, but the following have been delayed or canceled.
The RCMP is still searching for Willard George Swampy.
Trudeau says allied and Canadian intelligence indicates that a plane crash in Tehran is believed to have been caused by an Iranian missile.
The city is encouraging residents to use designated skating ponds and to avoid using drainage ponds due to safety risks.
Nearly 300 impaired driving suspensions have been issued by the Edmonton Police Service in 2019
The program is aimed at local teen girls, with the intent of encouraging participation in recreational activities.
Nearly 200 people were killed in a plane crash just moments after taking off from Imam Khomeini airport in Tehran
A peace officer in Edmonton was released by the city after she was caught sleeping on her shift.
The City of Leduc has celebrated milestones in 2019 and has even bigger plans for 2020.
Counterfeit bills were used at several local businesses last month.
The new website came out on December 23 and is designed to be more user-friendly for Leduc residents
Thorsby RCMP officers are currently investigating a mail theft, believed to have occurred overnight on December 16th at the Warburg Canada Post office.
An 11-year-old was struck by a pickup Sunday afternoon at the 5200 block of Discovery Way.
Tighter restrictions are being implemented on second-hand smoke and electronic smoking devices in the New Year.
Leduc Golf and Country Club is transferring course lands to the city.
Under the Public Budget, a 0.27% tax strategy is being adopted by Leduc City Council in the New Year.
24 positions need to be filled in January of 2020.
The interim budget gives Leduc County residents an approximation of what to expect in the finalized spring budget.
The corporation will have shovels in the ground after years of delays and difficulties.
The ten provincial and thirteen territorial leaders will sit down to address health care and national unity.
A bylaw passed by the Devon Council will ban retailers from distributing single-use plastic bags by January 1st, 2020.
Local and national athletes will compete in the 15th annual competition here in Leduc at the Leduc Recreation Centre.
Nearly three dozen children were aboard the bus, which tipped this morning in a rural subdivision.
While many communities found their water quality to be shockingly poor, the City of Leduc's water supply is in the clear.
The test will be performed to address any system gaps, as well as raise awareness with parents regarding how the system works.
Dropping temperatures, freezing rain and amounts of snow are all included in a weekend forecast that seems to kick-off winter in the province.
The milestone comes following spinal surgery that was performed on 20-year old Ryan Straschnitzki in Thailand on Monday.
Law-abiding property owners, acting in defence of their family and possessions, will be safe from civil suits filed by criminals injured during their illegal activities.
The new systems will see Leduc become a national innovator in a crosswalk technology
Nearly $400 will be spent on the project, covered in the new provincial budget
The first place and runner-up were announced at the town's business expo.
The airport, seen by some as a drone pioneer, is investing in a new drone service for the year 2020.
17-year-old Quenchra Okeynan-Louis has been missing since Friday.
Spooktacular safety ideas to help trick or treaters of all ages stay safe
Video footage reveals thieves severely vandalized the New Serepta Market.
The analysis revealed a significant pattern of excessive speed and collisions on the highly trafficked roadway.
The charges stem from the assault of an EPS Constable and subsequent rampage that injured 4 pedestrians.
While the use of pesticides is commonly known to harm friendly insects, what about friendly flying mammals?
The shelter will be the first of its kind in the city.
The incumbent will serve as the Leduc County mayor for the third time in her career.
45-year-old Jason Deschamps is wanted in connection to an Oct. 9 incident.
.Events to be held by both Leduc and Beaumont Councils.
Community Connections for Parents explores local parenting resources.
The next Edmonton-Wetaskiwin forum is on Wednesday.
Council unanimously approves declaration
Groundbreaking hosted for second phase
First reading of proposed change at Monday council meeting
RCMP confirm video was staged on the spot
Teachers, support staff recognized
Airport group wins Team of the Year award
Persons crimes down, property crimes up year to year
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