REGINA REGIONAL PROJECT
Buffalo Pound Non-Potable Water Supply System
SaskWater is developing the Regina Regional Project to serve future industrial customers in the Regina area.
The project will provide non-potable water to potential customers by expanding SaskWater’s existing Buffalo Pound Non-Potable Water Supply System, which currently serves the Belle Plaine Industrial Corridor.
As a part of the stakeholder engagement activities, SaskWater will be presenting project details at an open house.
Thursday, September 29, 2022
Town of Pense
4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Pense Town Hall
Anyone interested in the project is encouraged to attend. There is no formal presentation, come and go style. Light refreshments and snacks will be provided.
NOTICE OF CALL FOR NOMINATIONS
RURAL MUNICIPALITY OF PENSE NO. 160
Public notice is hereby given that nominations of candidates for the offices of:
COUNCILLOR FOR DIVISION NO. 2 COUNCILLOR FOR DIVISION NO. 4 COUNCILLOR FOR DIVISION NO. 6
will be received by the undersigned at the Municipal Office during normal office hours, 9:00 a.m. to Noon and 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., until Wednesday, October 5, 2022 at 4:00 p.m. local time.
Nomination forms may be obtained from the Municipal Office, 324 Elder St., Pense, SK.
Dated this 14th day of September, 2022.
Cathy Ripplinger, Returning Officer
On January 1, 2022, the Construction Codes Act and Building Code Regulations came into effect in Saskatchewan replacing the Uniform Building and Accessibility Standards Act and Regulations.
The Building Code Regulations has the following requirements that will come into force on July 1, 2022:
- Every building that contains a residential occupancy is required to have smoke alarms installed inside each bedroom, in the bedroom corridor, and each storey without a bedroom. These smoke alarms are permitted to be battery operated. Ifthe building was constructed before June 6, 1988, then the batteries used for the smoke alarms must be 10-year batteries (see photo attached for example of 10-year battery alarm).
- Every building that contains a residential occupancy is required to have a carbon monoxide alarm installed inside each bedroom ORwithin 5 m (16’) of each bedroom door. These carbon monoxide alarms are permitted to be battery operated. Ifthe building was constructed before October 1, 2009, then the batteries used for the carbon monoxide alarms must be 10-year batteries (see photo attached for example of 10-year battery alarm).
What does this mean for owners?
If your residence is missing smoke and/or carbon monoxide alarms in the locations listed above, then as the owner it is your responsibility to install the missing alarms.
The municipality and building officials, MuniCode Services Ltd., are not required to enter every property to ensure that these alarms are installed. However, when a building official does enter the building for other reasons (building permit related), then due diligence by verifying the installation will be completed.
Are you a farmer or rancher with marginal or ecologically sensative land? The ALUS-WUQWATR Program is seeking new participants in their watershed. The ALUS program can help you establish wetlands, native prairie, pollinator habitat, and other environmental stewardship projects on your land. Even better, ALUS pays you annually to keep these projects in prime working order. Your ALUS projects can help produce cleaner air, cleaner water, and more biodiversity, benifitting both your farm and your community. Across Canada, more than 750 producers have laready enrolled over 23,000 acres in the ALUS program. For more information, contact 306-552-3560 or ALUS@wuqwatr.ca.
For more information on other WUQWATR programs and partnerships, please visit their website at http://wuqwatr.ca/programs-services/agri-environmental-technical-services/.