Rural Municipality of Moose Creek #33


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We hope you can find everything you need. Rural Municipality of Moose Creek #33 is focused on providing high-quality services for its rate payers. 

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Ground Work has begun!!

The Provincial Government has announced the 2018 Agriculture Student Scholarship Program. The theme this year is "Our Food has a Story".
One Winning scholarship of $4,000 and three runner-up scholarships of $2,000 will be awarded to students in Grade 12 and or/recent graduates entering agriculture-related post-secondary studies in 2018. The application deadline is March 1,2018. Students interested in applying for the scholarship can submit a creative three minute video or a 1,000 word essay based on topics surrounding their food story.

News and Updates:

The government has announced further tax relief for taxpayers who receive compensation under the Health of Animals Act due to the 2016 and 2017 bovine tuberculosis outbreak in Alberta and Saskatchewan that forced the destruction of livestock.

Please click on the link for the news release

The Saskatchewan Safety Council has recently developed an interactive online safety training program for farmers and ranchers and its free.

Click on the following link for the program

The Next Regular Council Meeting will be held on January 10,2018


Provincial Emergency Communications Centre


(This number is answered 24/7-365 days)

When reporting a Control Burn you will be asked the following questions:

What is your land location?

Who is your Fire Service Provider?

Driving directions from local Fire Department?

What are you burning?

How long will your burn last?

Name and phone number?

You will be asked to call back, once the burn has been completed, or as updates are required.


2018 Shelterbelt Tree Program Application forms are now available to ratepayers through their website. There website also provides lots of information on shelterbelt planning.

Please remember to watch out for wildlife as you are driving on highways and gravel roads.

Second Chance Thrift Store: 

For more information visit there website

118 5th street ,alameda, sk.