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Check out the presentation and recommendations from the Economic Development Taskforce.

Here you will find the  presentation that the taskforce gave to Council on May 8th  

Here is the  list of recommendations  made by the task force to council.

Council asked administration to examine these and determine how to move forward.


Aisley is in Drumheller the 2nd & 4th Thursday of every month.

Harm Reduction Tools 

CAANS provides a selection of harm reduction tools that when safely used will prevent the transmission of HIV, Hepatitis C and other Blood Bourne Pathogens.

Safer Injection tools, e.g. syringes, filters, alcohol swaps, ties (also known as tourniquets), sharps containers, individual waters, cookers, vitamin C, and citric.

Safer Inhalation tools are also available: e.g. stems (also known as straight shooters or pipes), mouthpieces, screens and pushes.

Overdose Prevention

CAANS in partnership with Alberta Health and the Alberta Community Council on HIV have teamed up to make overdose prevention training and take home Naloxone kits a reality for Central Albertans who use drugs.

Check out this video from Alberta Primetime

Next Step

Next Step is a peer-support group for current and former drug users. Next Step's goal is to build the capacity of people who use drugs and to educate and advocate within the larger community surrounding issues related to drug use and addictions.

Find out more:

Stay connnected: friend  on Facebook for details and regular updates about when Aisley is in town.

Text: 587-402-5042

Email: health@caans.org 

Check out the website 

Read the Harm Reducation and Drug FAQs




You’re welcome at the Drumheller Public Library!

Come read in our comfy chairs, meet friends in the youth space, or spend the afternoon with your kids exploring our maker kits. Check out what's available below!

  • Library cards are free for all area residents
  • Free programs and events for all ages
  • We have over 27,000 items in house, and cardholders can order in items from other libraries across Alberta
  • Browse and borrow DVDs and Blu-rays, audiobooks, magazines, other-language materials, musical instruments, tools and more
  • Public WiFi & computers are available for library cardholders and visitors
  • We offer printing, scanning, and photocopying services
  • Adaptive technology available
  • Explore our local history archive and microfilmed newspapers dating back to 1914!


If you would like to visit us in person, our street address is:  

80 Veterans Way
Drumheller AB T0J 0Y2
Telephone: (403) 823-1371
Fax: (403) 823-1374 

Hours of Operation:




 9:00 am-8:00 pm


 9:00 am-8:00 pm


9:00 am-8:00 pm


9:00 am-8:00 pm


9:00 am-5:00 pm


 9:00 am-5:00 pm




We are closed on Statutory Holidays.

If you wish to send us mail, please use our mailing address: 

PO Box 1599
Drumheller AB T0J 0Y0 

For more information about our events and facilities, please visit our website or send us an e-mail via librarystaff@drumhellerlibrary.ca 


The popular Memorial Bench program assists people by creating a tangible legacy for the people who have contributed to Drumheller's community history.  

Benches are located throughout Drumheller and are a great way to recognize the lives of citizens.   

The Memorial Bench program is a good option for those that may find that burial costs are prohibitive, while providing a beautiful, affordable, and lasting monument to your loved one's memory. 

There is a standard fee for the benches, which includes the engraved plaque, installation and a one year warranty.

 If you would like more information or to order a bench, please contact us at (403) 823-1324.

Covid 19 situation is changing rapidly please check back for further details. Learn more at Drumheller.ca/covid