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Where the Wagons Rolled to Rest

In 1887, Charles Ora Card led one of the last wagon train migrations of the century from Utah to the Lee Creek Valley where they established a new settlement with his namesake. This group of pioneers brought a new method of irrigation to the land that transformed the arid prairies into productive farmland. Today, Cardston is the business hub for farming and ranching in the Southern most corner of the province, and home of the magnificent Cardston Alberta Temple, built by the pioneer settlers.

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Mayor and RCMP Sergeant Q&A
October 20 2020

Mayor and RCMP Sergeant Q&A

Town Council will be hosting a video-recorded question and answer session in the near future between the Mayor of Cardston and the Sergeant of the Cardston…

Public Skating CANCELED: COVID-19
October 14 2020

Public Skating CANCELED: COVID-19

We regret to announce that Alberta Health Services (AHS) has issued the Town of Cardston an order to cancel all public skating until further notice. Following…

Volunteer Needed: FCSS Board
October 9 2020

Volunteer Needed: FCSS Board

The FCSS Board has one seat vacant for a Cardston citizen at-large they are looking to fill. If you have a desire to serve your community inĀ  Family…

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