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COVID-19: State of public health emergency declared. Mandatory measures are in effect.

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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Family Drop-In

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Historical Society

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Family Drop-In

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COVID-19 Update - January 22
January 22 2021

COVID-19 Update - January 22

Dear citizens, Today, I will address two topics, one related to Covid, the other, a Town's Matter. One month has already passed since my last update…

Town of Cardston Solar Farm Media Release
December 16 2020

Town of Cardston Solar Farm Media Release

Download the Media Release Town of Cardston Energizes Community with Solar Array Cardston, Alberta – The Town of Cardston energized its new ground mounted…

No Garbage Interruption during the Holidays
December 15 2020

No Garbage Interruption during the Holidays

There will be NO CHANGE to the garbage pickup schedule over the Holidays. Garbage will be collected on the normally scheduled days of the week. If you…

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