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Federal government predicts higher than normal amount of wildfires across Canada this summer

“Sobering.”  That is how the federal Minister of Natural Resources describes the outlook for the wildfire season in Canada.  Jonathan Wilkinson says the wildfire forecast shows higher than normal wildfire activity though June and without a break in the hot, dry weather it looks like it will continue to...

Two Cold Lake businesses top charts for The Big Spend

TNT Clothing Co. and Mach 1 Sports have been highlighted as having the two highest-recorded sales numbers during The Big Spend Canada-wide Campaign. The Cold Lake Regional Chamber of Commerce, along with The Big Spend, presented the project statistics for The Big Spend Campaign on April 28-30, 2023 and the...

BRFA respond to fire early morning fire

Station 5 Bonnyville got a call around 3:30 June 1st to 4801-66st (Duclos Arms) in Bonnyville about a fire.  Crews say the fire was well advanced when they arrived on the scene. Station 7 Fort Kent and Station 8 Ardmore responded an hour later to support firefighting operations.  Dan Heney Regional...

Man changed with property offences by Vermilion RCMP

Vermilion RCMP has arrested one person after receiving a tip about a stolen bicycle and the suspect.  On May 30, 2023, at approximately 9:55 p.m. officials received the tip about the bicycle but it was gone when RCMP arrived on the scene. Officers then patrolled to other known locations where...

Lakeland hit with poor air quality by Environment Canada

The Lakeland has been issued a special air quality statement saying wildfire smoke is causing poor air quality and reduced visibility at times.  The statement was issued Thursday, June 1st at 10:49 a.m.  The amount of smoke can fluctuate over short distances and can vary considerably from hour to hour.  Environment Canada...

One young man pronounced dead by Kitscoty RCMP after collision

A 14-year-old male driver of a dirt bike has been pronounced deceased after Kitscoty RCMP was called to the scene of a collision.  RCMP says the collision occurred on Range Road 21, north of Township Road 503 A. When officials arrived on the scene the young driver was pronounced deceased. A...
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