Gas tax relief

Jason Kenney has announced the implementation of a scaled relief on taxes on gasoline starting April 1st to combat the increase in prices of gasoline.  For more details, see this article on the Alberta website.

Changing restrictions in Alberta

The government has made some steps to reducing COVID-19 restrictions.  Read their article here for full details.

 

Effective March 1 (based on hospitalization rates continuing to trend downwards):
Any remaining provincial school requirements (including cohorting) will be removed.
Screening prior to youth activities will no longer be required.
Capacity limits will be lifted for all venues.
Limits on social gatherings will be removed.
Provincial mask mandate will be removed.
Mandatory work from home removed.
 
Be aware that future changes may affect restrictions in the future.

Looking for a career change? Check out emerging occupations

Are you looking for a change in your career?  Are you a student and not sure what you want to do for the rest of your life?  Are you looking to find a job that suits your interests better?

 

The ALIS website has information regarding new emerging occupations, even ones that many people may not have even considered.  All these occupations have details about what education is needed, what experience is valuable to have, and some even have information about how much you can expect to get paid.

 

There's a lot of details there, so check out their website to see if any of it interests you.

Book your vaccine

If you are looking to get vaccinated or to get your booster shot, book your shot at the Government of Alberta website.  You can also find any other information regarding vaccinations there as well.

Forty Mile Regional FCSS

COVID-19 Affects us all.

 

 

 

 


 

The Forty Mile Regional FCSS is a community information and referral resource.  FCSS partners with other agencies to meet the needs identified by our community. Some of the programs and services Forty Mile Regional FCSS offers are:

 

  • Grant Funding & Information
  • Home Help & Handyman Services
  • Volunteer Recognition & Support
  • Referrals to Counseling Agencies
  • Suicide Prevention & Intervention
  • Youth Initiatives & Teen Presentations
  • Respite for Families
  • Playgrounds
  • Literacy Programs
  • Rural Health & Safety
  • Red Cross Babysitting Course
  • Home Alone Course


 


Assistance & Information for AB Seniors Benefits, Supports for Independence, AISH and various government programs, grants and bursaries.

 

CORINNA ROTH-BEACOME

FCSS Director Community Worker

 

 

Bow Island
502 Centre Street
Phone: 403-545-2200
Fax: 403-545-6642
Foremost
218 Main Street ( Note the new address)
Phone: 403-867-2766
fax: 403-867-2700

 

 

 

 

Box 100 Bow Island, AB

T0K 0G0

 

fcss40ml@bowisland.com                

www.fcss40ml.ca

Or look for us on Facebook.

 

The tools you need...

 

Working together to get everyone working.

 

Forty Mile Community Resource Centres is a place where persons aged 15 and up are welcome to free help with career and job help. We can help you apply for the most basic of all work-related issues, the Social Insurance Number (SIN), all the way up to assisting with portfolios and advanced resumes.

Forty Mile Community Resource Centres offers local job boards, local volunteer board and post-secondary calendars and student loan information.
 


Terri-Lynn Arnal                                                  

218 Main Street, Foremost      

403-867-3077
fax 403-867-2700
​foremostcrc@gmail.com
Open Monday  - Wednesday
9:00 am - 4:30 pm

Chris Pinchin

141 5th Ave West, Bow Island

 

403-545-6222 
fax:  403-545-6887
bowislandcrc@gmail.com
Open Monday - Friday 9:00am - 5:00pm