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Draft Agreement on Caribou Conservation Available for Feedback
The Alberta Government is working towards an agreement with The Government of Canada that will set out how the two governments will work to stabilize and recover woodland caribou populations in Alberta.The draft agreement can be viewed through the link below and your input and questions are welcome. Click here for the draft agreement and comment form.The deadline for feedback is October 6th, 2019
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10th Annual Small Business Awards and Recognition Dinner
The County of Northern Lights in partnership with the Manning & District Chamber of Commerce present the 10th annual Small Business Awards & Recognition Dinner being held on Friday, October 18th at the Battle River Ag Hall. Cocktails at 6 pm, Dinner at 6:30 pm, Entertainment, and Awards to follow. This year's entertainment will feature the comedic duo 'Atomic Improv'. Atomic Improv was featured at 'Just for Laughs' and has performed on 'WHOSE LINE IS IT ANYWAY'. 
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2019 Photo Contest
The County of Northern Lights Annual Photo Contest is back! Amateur photographers of all ages can submit up to 10 photos. Each selected photo (up to 4) will earn $50 and be featured in the 2020 County of Northern Lights promotional calendar. 
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Landowner and Hunter Information
Fall and hunting season is once again upon us. Here is some information you may find helpful as a landowner and/or as a hunter.
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Warrensville Community Well Not In Service
The Warrensville Community Well is no longer in service and residents are asked to use the Bear Creek Well until the new Warrensville Truckfill opens.
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Office Hours:

Monday – Thursday 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
Friday: 8:00 am – 3:00 pm

Closed daily 12:00 noon to 1:00 pm and all Statutory Holidays.

Office Closed:

Monday, October 14th for Thanksgiving

Monday, November 11th for Remembrance Day

Forms for Residents/Business

 To access County of Northern Lights forms for residents and businesses, please click here.

Fire Permits:

Fire season starts on March 1st, all burning will require a fire permit

Before you burn it, get a permit!

For burning permits, call Agriculture & Forestry office at 780-624-6190

 Fire Bans/Advisories 

For the most up to date information related to fire bans/advisories, please visit the Alberta Wildfire Website www.albertafirebans.ca