Water Service Disruption Alert

At 1:30 pm today, Wednesday, May 3, 2017 due to repairs, Naicam residents may experience little or no water pressure. This should last no more than 1/2 hour. To stay up to date and receive important alerts like this via text message, subscribe to Notify by Network by texting “Subscribe” to +1 (306) 500 6060. You may unsubscribe at anytime by texting “unsubscribe” or “stop” to the same number.

Garbage Pickup Notice

Effective April 11, 2017 the following changes have been put in place for local garbage pickup as per Council Resolution #144/17. Please make the necessary adjustments to placement of your garbage on garbage day.

The following policy applies to ALL residents/businesses using garbage pickup services (bags with REACT tags).

May 1 – August 31: Back Alley Pickup

  • All tagged and bagged garbage is to be placed in back alleys for pickup from May 1 – August 31 every year.

Sept 1 – April 30: Front Street  Pickup

  • All tagged and bagged garbage is to be placed in front street for pickup from September 1 – April 30 every year.


If you do not have a back alley, please use front street pickup year round.

Reminder that garbage pickup is Tuesdays, bags need to be placed out before 10 am. All other regular garbage pickup regulations apply (bag weight limits, etc.).

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning in the Home

Although the popularity of carbon monoxide (CO) alarms has been growing in recent years,not everyone is familiar with the hazards of carbon monoxide poisoning in the home. Heating and cooking equipment that burn fuel can be sources of carbon monoxide (CO). Please see the attached information sheet for more information.

Naicam SRC – Telemiracle Fundraising

SRC News – Naicam School

This year the Naicam School SRC will be attending Telemiracle 41!

They will be working the shift from 8:00-11:00am on Sunday March 5th. Their team has organized a few fundraisers for the high school kids and sent collection forms home with the elementary students. At hockey day in January they sold hot dogs and ran the canteen which got them off to a good start towards their goal. In the past week, they had their annual dodgeball tournament, which was a success. Their first annual water pong tournament is coming up on March 1st and they are very excited for it. 

The goal that they’ve set for Naicam school is to raise $1500 and they are asking for the communities help to try and reach this goal. You can drop your donations off at the school or hand them into an elementary student. They want to be able to contribute to this as best as they can and really need everyone’s help!