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Cold Lake council allocates $10,000 for Treaty 1-11 Gathering in August 2024

In a move to celebrate and strengthen the cultural ties and shared history among the Indigenous peoples of the Treaty 1-11 nations, the Cold...

Cold Lake extends helping hand to Fort McMurray evacuees amid wildfire crisis

As wildfires continue to threaten parts of northern Alberta, the city of Cold Lake has emerged as a beacon of support for evacuees fleeing...

UPDATE: Evacuation accommodation full in Lac La Biche; New reception center established in Cold Lake

UPDATE - An important update has been issued for evacuees fleeing the advancing wildfire near Fort McMurray. Lac La Biche, previously designated as an...

County of St. Paul implements fire restriction effective immediately

Effective 2:00 p.m., Tuesday, May 7, the County of St. Paul has initiated a fire restriction to mitigate the risk of wildfires within the...

Cold Lake Fire-Rescue enhances water rescue skills with river training

Cold Lake Fire-Rescue recently conducted surface water rescue training, showcasing their commitment to readiness and public safety.     Over two days in early May,...

City of Cold Lake intensifies efforts to address vagrancy and public safety concerns

In response to escalating concerns regarding vagrancy and anti-social behavior, the city of Cold Lake is taking decisive steps to safeguard public safety and...

Lakeland College reintroduces Steamfitter-Pipefitter apprenticeship program

After a hiatus of four years, Lakeland College is set to revive its steamfitter-pipefitter apprenticeship program, catering to the growing demand for skilled workers...

Wildfire sparks concern in Tri City neighborhood

Tri City residents were on edge this past weekend as a wildland fire broke out late in the evening on April 27, prompting quick...

Alberta Government urges collective action amid elevated wildfire risk

As Alberta grapples with heightened wildfire risk and actively, the provincial government has pledged to provide weekly updates on the evolving situation, emphasizing the...

Cold Lake’s airport advancement receives boost with provincial grant

The City of Cold Lake is on the brink of propelling its regional airport towards certification and the potential introduction of scheduled air services,...

UPDATE- Evacuation order downgraded to evacuation alert while maintaining State of Local Emergency

UPDATE - The Municipal District of Bonnyville has made the decision to downgrade a localized evacuation order to an evacuation alert, while maintaining the...

County of St. Paul implements fire ban amidst fire risk

In response to heightened fire risks, the County of St. Paul has announced a comprehensive Fire Ban effective Monday, April 22. The ban encompasses...

RCMP and Fire Departments are on scene of an uncontrolled fire in Goodfish Lake First Nation

St. Paul RCMP are presently grappling with an uncontrolled fire wreaking havoc in the heart of the community of Goodfish Lake First Nation. With...

Cold Lake council allocates funding for cemetery maintenance

During the April 9 council meeting, the costs and responsibilities associated with cemetery maintenance took center stage as officials addressed the pressing needs of...

Cold Lake Regional Utilities Commission awards contract for new wastewater treatment plant

The Cold Lake Regional Utilities Commission (RUSC) has taken a significant step forward in enhancing wastewater treatment infrastructure by awarding a contract to build...

Bonnyville poised for significant retail growth, commercial gap analysis reveals

The Town of Bonnyville recently unveiled findings from a comprehensive Commercial Gap Analysis conducted by FBM Planning Ltd, which indicates "substantial potential" for retail...

Town of Bonnyville “disappointed” after missing out on federal funding for new Aquatics Centre

At a recent regular council meeting, the Town of Bonnyville council expressed disappointment upon learning their application for federal funding to support the construction...

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...

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...

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...

Cold Lake City council implements program to encourage development on vacant land

Cold Lake City Council has recently enacted a bylaw and two policies to incentivize building and growth on empty but ready-to-develop land within the...

Cold Lake seeks provincial support amid federal disputes

The City of Cold Lake has submitted its federal agreements to the Government of Alberta, aiming to highlight the challenges municipalities face in supporting...

Alberta Health Services urges regular cervical cancer screening

Alberta Health Services issued an announcement emphasizing the importance of regular cervical cancer screening for individuals aged 25 to 60 who are sexually active...

Alberta Health Services clarifies use of imported Acetaminophen in NICUs

Alberta Health services addresses concerns regarding the use of imported acetaminophen from Turkey during the previous winter. Health Canada approved its import, emphasizing no...
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