Thank you to ALL who participated in P.A.R.T.Y. on October 5, 2016!!!


The P.A.R.T.Y. Program is a one-day field trip for teenagers that occurred on Oct 5, 2016 in Naicam, SK.  It is described as a vivid clinical reality which is a strikingly graphic and intense observation that is either live and/or video and/or photographic in nature that replicates the true experience of an individual who requires or has received medical treatment for traumatic injuries.  This true-to-life experience can offer multi-sensorial stimuli which can produce powerful feelings, strong mental images and physical, visceral reactions.  The reactions from this experience can often be the educational catalyst that is the source of positive changes to unhealthy risk-taking behaviors and choices.  Their day follows the painful journey of a trauma patient from pre-hospital care through to rehabilitation.

It includes:

  • An EMS presentation
  • An Emergency Physician presentation
  • Tours through Emergency Units and Funeral Home scenario
  • Lunch scenario with an Occupational Therapist
  • A presentation from the RCMP and a presentation by a young Survivor who was the victim of someone else’s risk-taking behavior

Students attending were provided lunch.  They ate with special devices to help simulate brain and spinal cord injury.  We want to help the teens understand how difficult a simple task like eating can become when you are injured.

The P.A.R.T.Y. Program is offered to teenagers free of charge.  The P.A.R.T.Y. Program is an overwhelming success.  Response from teenagers, parents, teachers and community agencies has been extremely positive.  The P.A.R.T.Y. program prevents tragedy.

Thank you to Carl Peterson (Fire Chief) and all volunteer Firemen; Corrine Dauk (Ambulance Coordinator) and EMRs; Constable Greg Dale; Harold Narfasson (Mortician); Ruth Warkentin, Karen Voldeng, Helen Obrigewitch (victims); Vera Flath, Renae Grigo (mock E.R. staff); Town of Naicam for free use of the Town Hall and Ambulance Training Centre; Kelsey Trail Health Region PHC Leadership Team (Kelly Crozon, Coordinator) for providing pizzas and beverages for lunch; M&M for preparing the pizzas and their donation of a free pizza; Perry Zenner for providing the tow truck and crash vehicles and to Chris Chudyk, VP at Naicam School and all of the students participating in the program.

With the terrible weather conditions, our invited guest speaker was unable to attend, but we would like to give a heartfelt “thank you” to Vera Flath for filling in and giving her presentation as the mother of a youth who was injured as a result of risk taking behavior as well as her experiences as an EMT with the Naicam Ambulance.

This program is offered every two years.

Mock accident victim corpse
Mock accident victim
Mock accident drunk driver
Mock accident doctors: Dr. Desjardins & Dr. Stoll
Mock accident doctors, Dr. Desjardin & Dr. Stoll and RCMP CST. Greg Dale.
Mock accident Emergency Response Team.


UPDATE: Water service has been restored and is approved for consumption. Pressure may be low for a few hours yet and water may be discoloured. Run water until clear.

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Home Alone Program: Updated Date

The Town of Naicam is offering the Home Alone Program which is designed to provide children from ages 10-12 with the necessary skills and knowledge to be safe and responsible when home alone for short periods of time. It will help them understand how to prevent problems, handle real-life situations, and keep them safe and constructively occupied.

When: Saturday, October 29/2016 from 1-5 PM Where: Naicam Fire Hall/Training Center
Cost: $ 15 ( includes manual, snacks and certificate)

Contact the Town of Naicam for registration forms on or before October 21/2016. Payment is due upon registration. Limit of 15 children per course.
If you have any questions regarding the program, please contact the Town ofNaicam at 306-874-2280 or Corrine Dauk at 306-874-7344.

Home Alone Program – Registration Information & Form

Flu Immunization Clinics

2016-2017 CLINICS


The Clinic in Naicam will take place Monday, November 14, 2016 at the Senior’s Centre from 10:00 am – 1:00 pm.

Click the image below to open a downloadable/printable PDF of the schedule.


Municipal Election: Candidates

The withdrawal period for nominations for the 2016 Municipal Election expired at 4:00 pm, September 22nd.

The following nominees are declared duly elected for the respective office by acclamation:

Mayor: Hayward, Rodger

There will be an election for Council. The following is the list of the candidates for the office of Councillor of the Town of Naicam (in alphabetical order by surname). There are 6 vacancies and 13 candidates.

  • Becker, Richard
  • Dawe, Jason
  • Hardy, Bev
  • Holmstrup, Daniel
  • Hood, Jackie
  • Leicht,Troy
  • Lindbloom, Mike
  • McDermid, Alicia
  • Missler, Amy
  • Moskal, Adam
  • Ramler, Jack
  • Talloden, Palmer
  • Woolsey, Kris

Candidates are responsible for following the Local Government Election Act 2015 and the Regulations.

Nomination papers remain posted at the Municipal Office until the close of polls on election day October 26th, 2016. is a valuable election resource that covers everything from how elections work, regulations on campaign posters, and more! We highly recommend that people take some time to review this important information.


Advanced poll: October 19, 2016

Election Day: October 26, 2016

Municipal Election: Voters List

Notice of Voters List

The voters list and notice of revision can be viewed at the municipal office. Candidates may request a copy of the voters list to be used only for municipal election purposes. Changes to the voters list must be requested in writing at the municipal office using the appropriate forms.

Other Election Reminders:

Nominees have until 4 pm on September 22nd, 2016 to withdraw their nomination. Nomination forms are posted for public viewing at the municipal office.

For an election process schedule and information on who can vote and who can be a candidate, check out our document MUNICIPAL ELECTION 2016. is a valuable election resource that covers everything from how elections work, regulations on campaign posters, and more! We highly recommend that people take some time to review this important information.

Candidates are responsible for following the Local Government Election Act 2015 and the Regulations.

Advanced poll: October 19, 2016

Election Day: October 26, 2016

Community Fall Clean Up Day

The community fall clean up day is scheduled for September 28th, 2016. The Naicam Public Works Department will pick up compost according to the posted schedule only. Any compost remaining on September 30th, 2016 will be the sole responsibility of the homeowner to dispose of.  

Compost must be out for pickup on September 28th by 8:00 am (but not prior to September 27th) to be assured pickup. Compost is to be placed for back alley pickup. Please avoid placing compost on street front locations. Pickup areas/dates are estimated and may be adjusted as work progresses.

  • South of Centre Street: September 28th
  • North of Centre Street: September 29th

Compost placed for pickup must be in compliance with the following regulations.

  1. Place for pickup at the back alley by 8 am on September 28th.
  2. Bags may ONLY contain leaves and grass clippings in CLEAR bags.
  3. Bags must weigh 40 LBS OR LESS or may be refused.
  4. Compost in a slimy state of decomposition may be refused.
  5. Tree branches and loose garden debris can be piled for pickup.
  6. Tree branches will be picked up free-of-charge ONLY when the amount is no larger than one half-ton size load.
  7. Loads LARGER than above will be subject to a pick-up fee.
  8. Branches CANNOT exceed 4 feet in length and 3 inches in diameter.
  • The transfer station accepts residents bringing in their compost and tree branches at NO CHARGE regardless of its state of decomposition.
  • You may also pickup a REACT garbage tag and tag your compost to be picked up with your weekly garbage.