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Cold Lake City allocates $41,000 in grant funding to support local nonprofit organizations

In a recent announcement, Cold Lake City Mayor Craig Copeland revealed that the city council has approved the allocation of $41,000 in grant funding to assist two local non-profit organizations. The decision underscores the city's commitment to supporting community initiatives and enhancing the quality of life for its residents.  Expressing...

Rental housing incentive returns to Cold Lake after seven-year break

After a seven-year break, the Multi-unit Rental Housing Incentive Program is returning to Cold Lake and aims to address the impending pressure on the local housing supply. Cold Lake Mayor Craig Copeland announced the reinstatement program, emphasizing its potential to stimulate the creation of more qualified rental units in the...

M.D. of Bonnyville council approves development projects and funding initiatives

At a recent meeting for the M.D. of Bonnyville council held on March 12, several significant decisions were made regarding development projects and community funding initiatives.   Approval of Class II Landfill Development  The council approved the development of a Class II landfill on Crown land north of Crane Lake. The landfill,...

Alleged attempted abduction in Lloydminster sparks RCMP search for suspects

The RCMP in Lloydminster has launched an urgent appeal for public assistance following an alleged attempted abduction incident that occurred on March 24th.   According to the RCMP report, authorities received a call regarding an attempted abduction in Lloydminster. The incident unfolded when a vehicle, identified as a dark blue...

County of St. Paul implements Level 2 Fire Advisory amid dry conditions

In response to escalating dry conditions, the County of St. Paul has raised its Fire Advisory to Level 2 effective March 25. This precautionary measure aims to mitigate the risk of wildfires in the region.     Under the Level 2 Fire Advisory, safe wood campfires remain permitted on private land...

Cold Lake disappointed by federal governments appeal against Judicial appointment ruling

The City of Cold Lake finds itself disheartened by the recent decision of the federal government to appeal a crucial court ruling mandating action on the backlog of judicial appointments in the federal court system.     Mayor Craig Copeland expressed deep concern over the ramifications of this decision. “Our court...
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