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Night flying training to take place over Cold Lake

Residents of Cold Lake are advised that squadrons from 4 Wing Cold Lake will be conducting night flying training over the city from April 8 until April 26. This training activity is essential for both aircrew and ground crew and plays a crucial role in maintaining operational readiness.     In...

Cold Lake council pushes for free driver medical exams for seniors

City of Cold Lake council recently engaged in deliberations addressing a pressing concern affecting seniors across the province, the financial burden of mandatory driver’s license medical exams for individuals aged 75 and older.    During the March 26 city of Cold Lake council meeting, an agenda item sparked discussions surrounding the...

City of Cold Lake and Portage College partner to establish aircraft maintenance engineering school

In a development aimed at fostering economic growth and leveraging the region’s strong aviation culture, the city of Cold Lake has embarked on a partnership with Portage College to establish an Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (AME) school.    “This project came about through our economic development process and was developed as a...

The town of Bonnyville selects Stantec for Lakeshore Drive Park recreation plan

The town of Bonnyville has made a significant step forward in enhancing its community recreational facilities with Stantec's approval to complete a comprehensive Community Recreation Plan for the Lakeshore Drive Park area. This decision was reached despite Stantec's bid being higher than the other two competing companies.    During the March...

UPDATE: Suspect Arrested in Saddle Lake Abduction Case

On April 13th, the St. Paul RCMP informed that Conrad Cardinal had been arrested and is currently in custody. There is no additional risk to the public. The St. Paul RCMP are actively investigating an abduction incident that unfolded on the evening of April 7, in Saddle Lake. Authorities responded...

Alberta allocates funds for Cold Lake and Lloydminster airports feasibility studies

In a bid to bolster regional air connectivity, the Government of Alberta has allocated grant funds to support feasibility studies for 10 regional airports, including Cold Lake and Lloydminster.  The Cold Lake Regional Airport has been allocated a grant of $144,000 for a feasibility study aimed at airport certification to...
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