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LAC STE. ANNE COUNTY CORPORATE SERVICES Administrative core of the County. T he Corporate Services department provides a variety of corporate, information and administrative services that support the other County departments in their daily management of Lac Ste. Anne County. Services provided within this department encompass accounts payable, accounts receivable, insurance management, website development, economic development, reception, utility billing, taxation, assessment, information technology, payroll, purchasing, budgeting and financial reporting. Help us to Serve you Better You are always welcome to contact us with your queries, views or suggestions about our services — by email or by calling us at 780.785.3411. Lac Ste. Anne Bulletin Each week, the County provides information for residents in the Lac Ste. Anne Bulletin — a regional news publication. Archives of this publication are available on the website at If you’d like to receive a printed copy, please contact the publisher directly at Community Events at a Glance Check out all the vibrant community festivals and events in the County on the website at No matter your appetite or adrenaline level, rest assured: something special is always happening at the County! Grow Your Career at the County As one of western Canada’s fastest growing regions, the County offers tremendous opportunities for career advancement. Our employees work with a diverse number of stakeholders to develop innovative solutions for the complexities of rural and urban development. If you have the knowledge, skills and attitude that will enhance our workplace and align with our goals, we want to talk to you! Explore current opportunities at Don’t see a position that applies to you? Feel free to submit a confidential application. Local Cemeteries Having thirty-one cemeteries within its borders, Lac Ste. Anne County owns the land for nine. Seven are owned-and-operated by private community organizations and other municipalities, and fifteen are owned-and-operated by various Church organizations. The County owns and is fully responsible for the management of five cemeteries. WINTER 2018/19 COMMUNITY REPORT 780.785.3411 www. LSAC .ca COMMUNITY SERVICES Promoting health and well-being across the region. T he Community Services department provides customized services that enhance the capacity of community leaders, organizations and individual residents to achieve their goals, address community issues and make a positive contribution to the region. The department works hard to assist various community groups that provide programs to residents. Family & Community Support Services The County’s Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) supports a wide range of programs for residents, such as Meals on Wheels and Food Banks, Onoway Playschool Program, Community Volunteer Income Tax Program, Adult Learning and Literacy Programs, Home Support for Seniors (light housekeeping) Program and Special Services Buses for seniors. To learn more, visit Parent Link & Early Childhood Development Initiatives Pembina Gateway Parent Link Network grant funding, as well as our contract funding from the Early Childhood Development Initiative, helps provide parents and caregivers with free resources, programs and support to nurture early childhood development. Build supportive