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Special Meeting

A Special Council meeting will be held on Wednesday June 23, 2021 at 6:00 pm. The agenda has been published at the link below: 6:00 pm – Special Meeting of Council Join Council Meetings Electronically Council meetings continue to be closed to the public, due to the Provincial Health Order on Gatherings and Events. Residents…

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Bubble Concept - Signature Trail Project

We want to hear from you! The District of Mackenzie is proposing trail, park and ski hill improvements. The proposed parks are part of the implementation strategy to help create safe and engaging park spaces for the community. This survey is intended for individuals who have seen the project proposal (link below). The procedure involves…

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Signature Trail Engagement Session 2021

The District of Mackenzie has obtained a considerable amount of grant funding to enhance outdoor recreational opportunities in and around the community – this includes several proposed changes ranging from new facilities, to park upgrades, to connection trails, to Little Mack improvements. As part of the planning process, we are inviting the community to participate…

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council meeting agenda

The June 14, 2021 Regular Meeting agenda has now been published: 7:15 pm – Regular Meeting of Council Join Council Meetings Electronically Council meetings continue to be closed to the public, due to the Provincial Health Order on Gatherings and Events. Residents are invited to join the meetings via Zoom or through phone. Please contact…

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Carbon Monoxide

Health Canada is reminding Canadians to check that smoke and carbon monoxide (CO) alarms they purchase online bear a recognized Canadian certification mark. The COVID-19 pandemic has required many Canadians to make everyday purchases online in an effort to reduce their exposure and follow local public health guidelines. For this reason, Canadians should be aware that…

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Mackenzie Wildfire Advisory

Hwy 39 Wildfire Fuel Reduction Project Wildfire fuel reduction treatments continue along Hwy 39. Manual crews are working the treatment unites near the junction. Some smoke expected as crews hand pile & burn fine fuel debris.  June 1st is the last day for burning until next fall. Crews will continue to hand pile debris throughout…

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Caribou Recovery Program

Caribou are a nationally iconic species and British Columbia is home to 55 herds of woodland caribou. Despite significant investments in managing these herds, some of our caribou populations have become threatened. The Government of BC continues to invest in the recovery and maintenance of our caribou for future generations and this will take a…

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