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Come on Down at the Station

Phone: 403-854-4433
Address: 603 South Municipal Road
Hours (Seasonal): May long weekend until June 30 is Fri: 3:00 pm - 8:00 pm and Sat & Sun: Noon - 8:00 pm
July & August open 10:00 am - 8:30 pm daily.

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The former Canadian Northern Railway station at Hanna was constructed in 1913 and served to provide both passenger and freight service until August 1990. The station has always symbolized the community's origins and is today regarded as a major heritage resource. The Federal Government has designated the building as a Heritage Railway Station.

The recent acquisition of the CN Roundhouse by private enterprise has sparked a renewed interest in Hanna's history as a Rail Town. As a result, citizens are exploring the potential uses for the CN Roundhouse and recognize its significance to our history. This is a physical reminder of the development of rural Alberta and pairing the CN Station House with the CN Roundhouse becomes a natural addition to an already rare attraction.

The location and physical status of the Station was not conducive to enhancements. Local contractors had expressed concerns about the foundation and beam structure of the building. Water damage had caused decay. Town staff had reported having to pump the basement of water while the facility was still operational. The building either had to be moved to a different location on a new foundation, or lifted and the foundation rebuilt.

Due to the original purpose of the Station, the 'attractive' side of the building (platform side) faced the tracks. In Hanna, this is not an advantage as access to view the more attractive profile is not permitted (private land) and the roadway is underdeveloped. Hanna citizens and visitors to the area are unable to enjoy the platform side of the Station unless they physically walk onto the train tracks.

Relocation of the CN Station addressed the concerns above and also made the building visible and accessible, to be enjoyed by anyone who stops or passes by.

"Hanna is not only Worth the's Worth the Stay!"   MP Kevin Sorensen (2011)

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**  May 17, 2019:   The Town of Hanna would like to advise that the Hanna Swimming Pool has experienced an unforeseeable mechanical issue with the filtration system for the leisure pool and water slide.  Staff are sourcing replacement parts but those parts may take up to 4 weeks to arrive.  The lane pool and diving tank will be open and operating as scheduled. 

Town of Hanna staff are making all efforts to have the filtration system up and running as soon as possible.

Phone Number: (403) 854-3983
Address: 501 3rd Street West
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Dates of Interest 2019

May 15th - Swimming Lesson registration 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm  
May 18th - POOL OPENS - free swimming 1:00 pm - 8:00 pm
August 26th - Pool closes for the season

Swimming Pool Schedules

2019Spring PoolMay 18 - 31




2019Spring Pool_JuneJune 1st - 30th




2019Swim Pool_Jul1-Aug_18July 1 - August 18

2019Summer Pool_Aug_19August 19 - 26


Swimming Lesson Registration Form

Lessons are dependent upon minimum registration.
Payment is available by Cash, Debit or Cheque. Credit Cards are not accepted.

June 10 - 14: Session 1
June 17 - 21: Session 2
July    8 - 12: Session 3
July  15 - 19: Session 4
July  22 - 26: Session 5
July  29 - Aug 2: Session 6
Aug  12 -16: Session 7
Private Lessons may be available during the above session dates.

Red Cross Learn to Swim and Lifesaving Courses are also offered.
Bronze Medallion: July 2 - 5 ($175)
Bronze Cross: August 6 - 9 ($140)
Bronze Medallion/Bronze Cross Combined ($270)

No requirement to finish swimming lessons, though completing swim kids is recommended. Bronze Medallion is the first course required to become a lifeguard, and is the prerequisite to Bronze Cross which is required to teach swimming lessons. If you are interested in working at a pool needs to start with this course! 
Further information if required by calling the Pool.

The outdoor pool is utilized for various activities which include: swimming lessons, public swimming, aqua-fit classes and organized swim activities, just to name a few.

  • Children under 9 years of age MUST be accompanied by a person 12 years of age or older.
  • In the event that there is no pool rental the facility will be closed and there will be no staff at the pool.
  • Alberta Health regulations require that all infants must wear disposable swim diapers while in the pool area.
  • Family Rate includes members of the same immediate family, one of whom is a parent, legal guardian or grandparent accompanying a dependent under the age of 18. Max 2 adults.

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