March 2018 – Spring Newsletter

Spring is finally here… Greetings everyone. It’s been an extraordinarily cold and snowy winter this year and there’s no doubt most of us are looking forward to what the spring season holds with some warmer weather, green grass and open water. Continue reading

September 2017 Newsletter

Greetings Everyone! Summer is ending and fall is just around the corner. As a village we have had many events take place this season, with the following highlights. Following the July 8, 2017 election, the new Council for the village has been set for the upcoming four years. The new Mayor will be Ms. Teresa Beets, who after seven years on Council is well prepared to lead the new Council for the upcoming term. Continue reading

March 2017 Newsletter

Greetings Everyone. The arrival of Daylight Savings Time is a reminder that winter is drawing to a close and warmer spring and summer weather is not that far off. I think most would agree that we’ve had a most interesting few months, particularly on the political scene both nationally and internationally. Closer to home we have also had a number of further development on various Village initiatives and a brief update appears below. Continue reading

Christmas 2016 Newsletter

With the Grey Cup now in the past, for many of us our thoughts turn towards Christmas. This is a very busy time of year for many of us and with less than a month before Christmas, your Council and Administration Team would like to take this opportunity to wish each and every one of you a VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS and for GOOD HEALTH and HAPPINESS in the NEW YEAR. Continue reading

October 2016 Newsletter

Greetings Everyone Greetings Everyone and a Belated Thanksgiving Greeting to All

Yes, it’s hard to believe that another summer season has come and gone, and that our shoreline is almost completely void of piers and boat hoists. As per tradition, much of that work was completed over the September long weekend. However, over the Thanksgiving weekend, we noticed a few hearty souls on the water completing their work. The waders were on, the hoodies were up, and gloves were almost a must in those rather cold conditions. Definitely a much cooler and wintery October than we enjoyed over Thanksgiving last year. Continue reading

July 2016 Newsletter

Annual Information Meeting (AIM) Update

The Rainy Creek Hall was unavailable on Saturday May 28th, the first Saturday following the May long weekend. This has been our past AIM scheduled date. Though we did consider various alternatives, Council felt we should stay with the same venue at Rainy Creek Hall and June 25th was the first available date that would work. Continue reading

May 2016 Newsletter

Greetings Everyone

Spring is here following an unusually mild winter. It appears that the earlier than usual spring arrival is going to lengthen our “cabin country” season for 2016. I was at a meeting in Sylvan Lake the latter part of April and learned that the ice was gone as of April 15th. I believe that’s the earliest we’ve had open water since our family first became seasonal residents back in 1980. Let’s hope Mother Nature is not teasing us! Continue reading

Christmas 2015 Newsletter

Merry Christmas Everyone

We’re already a week into December and Christmas is fast approaching. As we embark on the 2015 Christmas Season, your Council and Administration Team would like to take this opportunity to wish each and every one of you a VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS and HEALTH and HAPPINESS in 2016. Continue reading

October 2015 Newsletter

A Beautiful Fall Has Arrived

Piers and boat lifts have been removed from our shoreline, our trees have changed colour and many leaves have already fallen. Fall is definitely here following a very warm and busy summer for many of us. And for the most part, things have been relatively quiet in Sunbreaker Cove. However, since the last Mayor’s Report was prepared back in July, an update is clearly overdue. Continue reading

July 2015 Newsletter

Happy Summer Everyone!

The warm summer we’ve all been waiting for has arrived. School is out and several days of temperatures into the low 30’s have contributed to an increase in the traffic in our community as our residents and guests take advantage of all that Sunbreaker Cove has to offer. Outlined below is a brief update of activities that will be of interest to our residents since our Annual Information Meting. Continue reading