WEDNESDAY FROM NOV. 1, 2017  TO APRIL 18, 2018

9-1-1 vs E9-1-1 INFORMATION

What is the Difference and How Does it Work ?

Basic 9-1-1 service connects a 9-1- 1 call to a call centre.  The caller must identify his or her location to the 9-1-1 operator., who then connects to the call to the emergency response center servicing that area.
 As a Rural Customer you will see an Enhanced 9-1-1 (E9-1-1)  charge on your  BELLMTS invoices as a E9-1-1 Network Access charge for .17.
The RM of Victoria Beach are participants of the E9-1-1 service to ensure the safety of our residents.
The Enhanced 9-1-1 service connects a 9-1-1 call to an emergency call centre and automatically provides the 9-1-1 operator with the phone number and the address or location of the caller.
You can view this informartion on the CRTC Website.


Both the Victoria Beach and Albert Beach municipal water systems will be
shut down for the season on the morning of Tuesday, October 10, 2017.
Please disconnect your individual water line from the main supply line.


The disposal of brush from deadfall shall be permitted on municipal road allowances from Sept. 4th to Oct. 9th, 2017.  The depositing of any refuse on municipal land shall be prohibited at all other times.  Property owners must place brush, deadfall on the municipal road allowance in front of their own property. Leaves must be in clear leaf bags and placed on the road allowance and not within the brush piles. No multi-household brush piles allowed. The disposal of any type of refuse on municipal land by private contractors shall be prohibited at all times.

Welcome to the Victoria Beach Permanent Residents Association or otherwise known
as the VBPRA.

VBPRA was established on Wednesday, November 2, 2016 when an inaugural meeting was organized by a number of permanent residences in Victoria Beach Head by Margaret Haddad and including Deirdre Degagne, Graham Randle, Doug Peterson and Bryan Bowden.

The purpose of the VBPRA is to:

  • Establish an Association of permanent residents of the RM
  • Nominate and elect a Board of Directors
  • Determine Association guidelines, role & responsibilities
  • Define the parameters of behavior and objectives.

From the attendance, 89 registered residents confirmed their interest in forming such an association.

An Interim Board of Directors was formed and accepted, including  Graham Randle, Michelle Carlson, Mike Bartmnavich, Tom Farrell, Dennis Muldrew , Steve Boyd and Sandy Gessler.

Similarly, a call was made for volunteers to review and finalize a Constitution
to be ready for presentation before the first AGM on May 3, 2017.  This Constitution Review Committee included Don Green, Dennis Muldrew, Bruce Morrison and Al Rear.

We love to hear from our community.  Please ask questions, provide suggestions.  Please forward any messages to info@vbpra.ca  (Communication) we will do our best to respond to any concerns you as a VBPRA member may have.