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What’s Happening In Jasper? 

Check out the Community Calendar to stay up to date on events, programs and activities happening in Jasper.

Learn more about life in Jasper from the Community Guide (Coming soon!) and through the Information and Resources hub on our website. 

Programs in Jasper

This page outlines programs offered by the Municipality of Jasper. For a list of community groups, programs and boards you can be part of in Jasper, visit the Community Groups page. 

JasperLIFE Program

Contact: Ian Goodge at

This program offers healthy, balanced lifestyle options through programming, events, clubs, and workshops for adults living, working, and playing in Jasper. JasperLIFE strives to facilitate community connections and help newcomers make the most of their time in Jasper.  

Emergency Social Services (Year-Round)

Contact: Leanne Pelletier at

The Municipality is responsible for Emergency Social Services (ESS) in Jasper. During an active emergency, Municipal staff and volunteers are tasked with taking care of the people affected by it. 

ESS takes into consideration people’s food, shelter, transportation, health and safety needs. This includes considerations for people who do not speak English and people with physical or mental disabilities. Pets are also an important consideration. The Municipality of Jasper has more information on emergency preparedness and ESS here

VOLUNTEER: If you are interested in helping in ESS during an emergency, contact Leanne Pelletier at

Community Volunteer Income Tax Program (Year-Round)

Contact: Community Outreach Services at 780-852-2100

The Community Volunteer Income Tax Program (CVITP) is a partnership between the Canada Revenue Agency and the Municipality of Jasper. The town recruits and trains volunteers to prepare income tax and benefit returns for eligible individuals who have a modest income and a simple tax situation. 

Annually, local volunteers complete between 40-50 tax returns. This program serves a wide range of people, including those living on low income, newcomers to Canada, students including International students and seniors. To access the program, visit Community Outreach Services at 627 Patricia St.

VOLUNTEER: If you are interested in volunteering for the CVITP, contact Leanne Pelletier at