The Town of Ponoka has created an FAQ for residents in the town website related to the new learning centre. File photo

Town of Ponoka offers FAQ on the new learning centre

The Town of Ponoka hopes to clarify questions related to the new learning centre

A Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) document has been posted on the town of Ponoka website at

This is intended to answer residents questions about the redevelopment of the old hospital site on 50 Street and the town’s involvement as a tenant in the Community Learning Centre building being constructed on the site.

The FAQs document posted on the website answers Frequently Asked Questions about:

• The Lease Agreement signed by the town for up to 28,000 square feet of floor space in the new Community Learning Building.

• Campus Alberta Central and its plans to bring new post-secondary education programs and courses to Ponoka at the new Community Learning Centre facility.

• Plans for a new Library in the Community Learning Centre building.

• Other important questions about the project and redevelopment plans for the old hospital site.

With initial site work by the developer now commencing on the old hospital site, the FAQs document will be updated with new information as it becomes available.

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