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National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation  Each year, September 30 marks the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. The day honours the children who never returned home and Survivors of residential schools, as well as their families and communities. Public commemoration of the tragic and painful history and ongoing impacts of residential schools is a vital component of the reconciliation...
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Campfire Prohibition Rescinded

Effective at 12:00 (noon) on Friday September 29, 2023, the Category 1 Open Burning (campfire) prohibition will be rescinded in the Prince George Fire Centre (including Mackenzie). A Category 1 fire or campfire is defined as an open fire that burns piled materials no larger than 0.5 metres high by 0.5 metres wide. The following precautions must be in place...
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Climate Action Webpages

We're thrilled to announce the launch of our new climate webpages  designed for our residents! Stay informed and take action on climate change right from your fingertips. Explore the latest updates on local sustainability initiatives, access tips for reducing your carbon footprint, and discover how you can get involved in building a greener community. Together, we can make a significant...

School District No. 57 to build a new childcare centre in Mackenzie

School District No. 57 made it official this morning that the former Mac 1 school will be the location for a new 62-space child care centre, with a planned completion date of summer 2025. Two other centres will be built on school district properties in Prince George. Funding support is provided federally and provincially through the ChildCareBC New Spaces Fund....
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National Day for Truth and Reconciliation – Office Closure

We would like to inform you that the District Municipal Office and Public Works will be closed on Friday September 29th, 2023, in observance of National Truth and Reconciliation Day. The Mackenzie Recreation Centre will be closed on Saturday September 30th, 2023. National Truth and Reconciliation Day is a significant day for all Canadians. It is a time to reflect...
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Council Highlights – September 25, 2023

Keep up to date with Council happenings by viewing the latest Council Meeting Highlights: September 25, 2023 - Council Meeting Highlights
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Council Meeting September 25, 2023

The following agendas have been published at the links below: Committee of the Whole 7:00 pm - PDF, HTML Regular Meeting 7:15 pm - PDF, HTML Council meetings are open to the public as well as available online over Zoom/Phone. Please contact the District for Zoom meeting details by email or by phone at 250-997-3221 before 4:00 pm on the...
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Save the Date – Mackenzie Seniors’ Week

Mackenzie Seniors' Week - September 24 - October 1, 2023 The College of New Caledonia is proud to announce the third annual Mackenzie Seniors' Week, hosted by the New Horizons Bridging the Gap group. Weekly events include: Pancake breakfast Curling Aquafit Mackenzie Community Services Open House Conversation Cafe - Family Feud Squash Community Connection Fair Community Church Service Afternoon Classic...
Street Sweeper Replacement

Request for Proposal – Street Sweeper Replacement

The District invites qualified and experienced companies to submit a proposal to supply the District of Mackenzie with a street sweeper with the desired specifications outlined in Appendix C. The street sweeper will have a sucker truck attachment and be delivered by approximately the beginning of April 2024. Request for Proposal - Street Sweeper Replacement Closing Date: 4:00 pm, October...
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National Forest Week – September 17-23, 2023

Happy #NationalForestWeek! This year's NFW theme is "Canada's Forests: Supporting Biological Diversity". Biological diversity in our forests is critical to our survival. From fresh air and water, food security, medicines, shelter to innovative products and technologies, forests and trees provide many cultural, societal, environmental, and economical benefits. in a changing climate, forest practitioners, professionals, researchers, and scientists are working to...
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