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In order to provide consistent and reliable information about COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) to the public in the G5 Central Peace region, Central Peace Regional Emergency Management has launched a website and a Facebook page containing the latest information on COVID-19.

Please follow these sources for the latest local information:

Central Peace Regional Emergency Management:

Facebook: Central Peace Regional Emergency Management

Town Office Closure COVID

If you or someone you know that resides in the Town of Spirit River is/will be experiencing financial difficulties due to the COVID-19 outbreak and have concerns regarding payment of their utility bill, please contact Karly at 780-864-3998 or at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

CPREM Providing Supplies

Click the link below to fill out an application for food & medical needs:
COVID-19 Food and Pharmacy Community Care Program

Please note: If you are filling this form out as a fillable pdf, or a physical/printed form, some of the 'Yes/No' answers may appear to be pre-populated. This is simply an aspect of the conversion of the form from online to pdf format.

a) If using a fillable pdf simply click your answer to the question and it will register you answer.

b) If filling out a physical/printed form, simply indicate your answer and, if different than the pre-populated answer, cross out the pre-populated answer.

Playgrounds Closed
Playgrounds Closed

While we understand some families and children will be disappointed, all playgrounds in the five Central Peace municipalities have been closed in compliance with a provincial Public Health Order.

This is being done to contain the spread of COVID-19. The COVID 19 virus can live for up to 24 hours on the hard surfaces of playground equipment, increasing the risk of transmission .

For the latest on COVID-19 in the Central Peace please go to
1) The CPREM website:
2) The CPREM Facebook page:

Businesses - Who is and isn't an essential service during COVID-19
For questions regarding essential services, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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