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Roads, scholarships, and reconciliation

July 13, 2021, Sturgeon County Council Meeting Recap

 

Community Recognition and Awards 

Presentations to Council 

Property Tax Matters 

Partnerships and Requests for Support 

Bylaws 

Road Construction Projects 

More information on these and other road projects can be found on the County’s website at www.sturgeoncounty.ca/roads.  

Council Notice of Motion 

  • Council  voted to direct Administration to identify the areas of municipal responsibility within the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s 2015 Calls to Action Report. The County would further seek input from neighbouring Indigenous administrations to advise Council of the corporate support and governance considerations for the County’s implementation of the identified calls to action. 
  • Council also voted in favour of the Mayor sending a letter to the City of St. Albert, Alexander First Nation, the Michel Band, Enoch Cree Nation, the Metis Nation of Alberta, and Poundmaker’s Lodge acknowledging Sturgeon County’s part in regional history and declaring our intent to collaborate with First Nations and regional neighbours to understand the truth and work towards reconciliation. 

Next Council Meeting 

Council will be on summer break following the July 13, 2021, Council Meeting. The next regularly scheduled Sturgeon County Council meeting will be held at 9:00 a.m. on August 24, 2021.  

Future agendas and past meeting minutes can be found online.   

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