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Residential Lots for Sale: Contact the Village Office for more information.


Notice to Residents:  Don't Flush Wipes, they Clog the Pipes!

Many items we use on a daily basis cannot and should not do down our toilets or drains. Several products, even those labelled "flushable" or "biodegradable" do not dissolve and putting them them down the toilet or drains can cause:

  • Damage or blockages to your home plumbing
  • Damage to the villages sewer pipes located under the streets
  • Damage to wastewater treatment plants

The following should never go down the drain: 

  • Eggshells
  • Grease
  • Medication
  • Flour
  • Produce Stickers
  • Coffee Grounds
  • Condoms
  • Products claiming to be "flushable"
  • Expandable food Eg: rice, pasta
  • Paper Products
  • Cleaning Products
  • Paint or Bio Hazard 


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Paradise Hill

In 1887, settlers from the Little Red Deer Hill left by horseback for the Klondike Gold Rush. They were Ernest, Ed & Alphonse Beliveau, Edward & Elphage Desautels, Louis Pitre, Victor Savage and Napoleon Belange. There they met David & Albert Bilodeau. These men found no gold but encountered terrible hardship. To survive they butchered their white pack horse at the place still known as Whitehorse. They returned home on foot and when at last sighting the hill, Ernest Beliveau called it the Hill of Paradise from which the Village later took its name.


Paradise Hill - 1999

Paradise Hill - 1953