Congratulations goes out to Mike Dennehy & Ron Keller for their winning bids to play with the Montreal Canadiens Alumni team, and to Joan Rehman for her bid to be the assistant coach for the team. We have 20 players registered for the Provost Blades with only 2 more spots available. General admission tickets $25 each are available at Crescent Point Place, Armstrongs Sports in Wainwright, Dirk Browuer Photography, APEX, MacStitch, Bowling Centre, Fountain Tire and the Town of provost office. VIP tickets (special seating and the opportunity to go to the meet & greet following the game $100 each) are available at the Town office or Crescent Point Place. The proceeds will be donated towards the paving of the outside walking track. Hope to see everyone there.



The Town of Provost is seeking to fill the position of


This position is full time. The position involves a variety of duties at the Town Administration Office with an emphasis on dealing with and providing responses to requests of the general public.

Experience in a municipal government setting or office operation knowledge would be beneficial.

Ability to deal effectively with public, accuracy while multi tasking, good computer skills and the ability to be a team member are essential.

If you are interested in this position please provide your resume to:


Assistant CAO

Town of Provost

4904 – 51st Avenue

Box 449, Provost, Alberta, T0B 3S0

(fax) 780-753-6889



Competition closes @ 4:30 p. m. – Friday January 17, 2019


At least 1500 people from all over attended our 2019 CP Holiday Train. The entertainment was fantastic. The volunteers, Fire Dept, Ambulance, all banks (ATB, CIBC and Credit Union) Public Works staff, Town staff, and many more helped with setting up the grounds, cooking & wrapping over 1000 hot dogs (Thanks girls, you all know who were there). Thank you everyone for the wonderful donations to our Food bank. Thank you CP for your generous donation of $3500 and lets not forget our local Chamber for $1500. Thank you all.

Dr. Deon Erasmus wins 2019 Rural Physician Rhapsody Award

A big Congratulations goes out to Dr. Deon Erasmus who was the 2019 recipient of the RhPAP Rhapsody Physician Award. Dr. Erasmus received his award on Friday November 1, 2019 at the Provost Recreation & Culture Centre. A wine and cheese social was the stage for the presentation of the award by Dr. Rob Warren, RhPAP Board Chair.


The Town of Provost Utility Bylaw has been updated to include information regarding our new Garbage Totes. The new policy is to put the bins in the front of your home and now there is a section about taking them away. The bins must be removed within 48 hrs of the garbage pickup and placed onto your property. Do not leave them on the road.

Also each year we receive complaints regarding stray cats, skunks, magpies and crows. Most of these complaints found that garbage had been left on the ground and not in a proper receptacles or bins and therefore the animals successfully ripped open the garbage. This will cause the pests to return to these places for more food. Each resident have been provided with their own garbage bin and they are capable of handling residential garbage. As a matter of fact they are larger than the previous ones. Please do not leave your garbage unless it is inside a proper bin or receptacle.

Sec. 4.3 of the Utility Bylaw 15/2018 States : Householders shall place garbage in plastic bags or garbage cans and in a garbage enclosure that will prevent the breakage of same or scavenging of animals. Failing to do so could result in a fine of $250 and any subsequent offence $500.