July 2, 2019
Pair of eye glasses - black frame, rectangular lenses. Can be picked up at the Town Office - 5021 50 St
The Town of Legal has hired a photographer to take photos of our community as part of our economic development endeavors. We are working on showcasing how active our community is.
We would like the support of our residents with participating, should you be asked for a photo. We would like to use these photos in our marketing to show what wonderful people we have in our community.
If you have any questions, please contact the Town Office at 780-961-3773.
We would like to thank you for being a part of this important project.
At the March 18th, 2019 Council meeting, Council passed the Establishment of Municipal Library Board Bylaw #01-2019.
The purpose of this Bylaw is to establish the Legal Municipal Library Board to oversee the public library system within the Town of Legal in accordance with the provisions of the Libraries Act.
Thank you to all who took the time to participate in the Town's Recreation Feedback survey.
To view results, please see the link below.
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This report analyzes the operating spending of 182 municipalities across Alberta from 2006 to 2016. Alberta's largest municipalities (i.e. with populations of 1,000 residents or more) are ranked. Additionally, all of Alberta's 182 municipal governments are organized according to municipal spending and revenue.
Each municipality was given an overall provincial ranking based onits spending, where #1 is the best performing municipality, and #182 is the worst. The rankings are based on growth in real operating spending per capita from 2006 to 2016. The complete provincial rankings are included in Appendix C. Legal is ranked #26 out of 182.
To view the complete report, click the link below.
With the legalization of cannabis in Canada that took effect on October 17, 2018, all residents are reminded that this is a matter of federal and provincial legislation with enforcement being the responsibility of the RCMP within the Town of Legal.
For more information on the legalization of cannabis, visit the following websites:
To report an issue, please contact the Morinville RCMP Detachment at 780-939-4520.
The Government of Canada has introduced legislation to legalize cannabis. There will be new federal, provincial and municipal processes for cannabis production, sale and consumption.
The legalization of cannabis will have many impacts. The Town of Legal is reviewing federal and provincial direction and legislation as it becomes available to help manage the legalization of cannabis in the best interest of our community.
The Town of Legal thanks everyone who participated in completing the Legalization of Cannabis and Land Use Survey.