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Welcome to the Town of Falher

Known as the “Honey Capital of Canada”

Welcome to the Town of Falher

Known as the “Honey Capital of Canada”, Falher is a buzzing community located in the Smoky River Region of Alberta’s Peace River Region. Falher was named after a French Missionary, Father Constant Falher, O.M.I. The Colony of Saint Jean Baptiste Falher was established in 1912. After many new settlers arrived in the following years, the colony divided into what is now known as the Village of Donnelly and the Town of Falher. In 1919 (hence the 100th anniversary celebration), Mr. Joseph Lemire and his family bought four acres from Mr. Lamontagne to build their house and sawmill. That same year Falher became a hamlet, received village status in 1929 and was incorporated as a Town in 1955.

The first Falher Church at the St. Jean-Baptiste Mission is now a Registered Historical Site. It is presently being restored to its original appearance and is open for public viewing.

News & Notices


NOTICE OF CHANGE OF REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING Pursuant to Section 193(3)(a) of the Municipal Government Act, please be advised that the regular Council meeting for the month of July has been changed to July 15th at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers of the Town of...

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Development Permit Advertising 19-11

TOWN OF FALHER The following Development Permit has been approved in the Town of Falher. PERMIT NO. 19-11 LEGAL DESCRIPTION & CIVIC ADDRESS Lot 5, 6, Block 15, Plan 5175TR #119 & 117 4th Avenue S.W. PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT Fence DATE OF DECISION June 11, 2019 Any person...

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FIRE RESTRICTION (UPDATED June 10th, 2019) With some precipitation, exposed grasses still remain dry in the MD and pose a significant wildfire risk. As a result, a Fire Restriction is now in effect for the MD of Smoky River AND the Town of Falher. No fire permits will...

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ATTN: Water Notice

WATER NOTICE Water Plant Aesthetic Issue - No Risk The Smoky River Water Commission is experiencing a manganese issue at the water plant. The chlorine is reacting with the manganese and creating a colour in the water. Rest assured, this is simply an issue of...

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