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Temporary Hospital Closure
Residents of Porcupine Plain & area are advised that the Porcupine Carragana Hospital will be temporarily closed:
Friday, August 2nd from 5 p.m. until 11 p.m. &
Monday, August 5th from noon until Tuesday, August 6th at 8 a.m.
Please see attached poster for more details.
Sask Paralympian Colette Bourgonje inducted to the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame
Paralympian, Colette Bourgonje, originally from Porcupine Plain, inducted to the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame. Click here to see the whole story!
Garbage / Recycle Schedule
Town of Porcupine Plain Residents
View the July-September 2019 Garbage/Recycling schedule, as well as a list of allowable recyclables.
2018 Annual Notice to Consumers
Swimming Pool Update
The Larwood-Shaw Memorial Pool Board Members regret to inform our community of the closure of our facility for the 2019 season. See attachments for details.
Sask Crime Watch
FREE Income Tax Services
Welcome to FCM
Porcupine Regional Waste Site
|Porcupine Regional Waste Site|
|Hours of Operation
Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays
8am – 3pmWaste Site Disposal Fee Changes located under RESIDENTS
|Town Clothing Available|
|STOP IN TO THE TOWN OFFICE AND CHECK OUT OUR LATEST ARRIVALS !!!
Porcupine Plain town t-shirts ; hoodies & zip-up hoodies and now caps are now available to purchase at the Town Office. New Ladies t-shirts are now in – long sleeve style available! T-shirts are available in a variety of colors in both Adults, Ladies and Childrens styles with the “Home of Quilly Willy” logo on the back and the “Porcupine Plain – Nature’s Gift” logo on the front. The t-shirts are available in both adult and children sizes and start at $15.00 each. The hoodies are availabe in navy or brown starting at only $30 each and also have the town logo on the front and “Quilly Willy” on the hood. These make great gifts and keepsakes! To purchase your t-shirt contact the Town Office at (306) 278-2262 or email email@example.com.
Boil Water Advisories
BOIL WATER ADVISORIES & BOIL WATER ORDERS
During boil water advisories or boil water orders, you should boil all water used for drinking, preparing food, beverages, ice cubes, washing fruits and vegetables, or brushing teeth. Severely immunocompromised individuals should always boil their tap water for the purposes noted above. Infant formulas should be prepared using boiled tapwater, at all times. In the event that boiling is not practical, your local public health authority or other reponsible authority may direct you to disinifect the water using household bleach, or to use an alternative supply known to be safe.
It is not necessary to boil tap water used for other household purposes, such as showering, laundry, bathing, or washing dishes. Adults, teens, and older children can wash, bathe or shower; however, they should avoid swallowing the water. Toddlers and infants should be sponged bathed.
How To Properly Boil Tap Water
Water should be placed in a heat-resistant container or in an electric kettle without an automatic shut-off and brought to a rollilng boil for 1 minute to kill all disease-causing organisms. Water can also be boiled in a microwave oven using a microwave-safe container, but it is advisable to include a glass rod or wooden or plastic stir-stick in the container to prevent the formation of superheated water (water heated above its boiling point, without the formation of steam). The water should then be cooled and poured into a clean container or refrigerated until you are ready to use it. At elevations over 2,000 meters water boils at a slightly lower temperature and should therefore be boiled for at least 2 minutes to kill all disease-causing organism.
Water Treatment Devices
Water treatment devices designed to improve the taste and odour or chemical quality of the water such as activated carbon filters, it is still necessary to boil the water. Devices designed to disinfect the water, such as a UV light units, may be used as an alternative to boiling. If the water is cloudy, filtration my be required before disinfection. Check with the manufacturer if you are not certain.