February 2019 Update

The meeting agendas with supporting documents, if applicable, are posted on the website under the Council (Meeting Agendas) tab.  For additional information and to view reports and other documents, please refer to the February 11 agenda. Staff and Council reports /...

Love Your Lake Program

During the summer of 2016, the District of Lakeland #521 and its Environmental Advisory Committee partnered with the North Saskatchewan River Basin Council (NSRBC) to deliver the Love Your Lake program on Anglin, Christopher and Emma Lakes. The Love Your Lake program...

Emma Lake Nutrient Study

Why do a study? Lake residents and visitors are concerned about the overall Water Quality, Algal, and Weed growth observed at Emma Lake over the last few years. Without scientific data it is difficult to quantify the health and sustainability of our lake and difficult...

Tea-Coloured Water

Does tea-coloured water in a lake mean it is polluted? No. The colour of water in a lake is not related to bacterial pollution or unsanitary conditions. It is caused primarily by decaying organic matter such as leaves, bark, humus and aquatic plants. Metals such as...