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Friday , 27 November 2020

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November, 2020

  • 27 November

    Changeover to Cold Lake water could start next week for Bonnyville

    Bonnyville residents will be getting a taste of improved water soon. The Town of Bonnyville expects the changeover to Cold Lake water could begin at the start of next week. The town said in a press release on Thursday they are anticipating the final regulatory approval to be finished soon …

  • 26 November

    M.D. of Bonnyville Council Highlights November 18 & 25

    MUNICIPAL DISTRICT BONNYVILLE NO. 87 COUNCIL & COMMITTEE HIGHLIGHTS November 18 & 25, 2020 Keeping you informed of the services, business and development that affect YOU! Public Auction Of Lands Date Set  Municipal District of Bonnyville Council set Tuesday, March 30, 2021 at 2 p.m. in Council Chambers as the …

  • 16 November

    M.D. urging residents to follow COVID-19 health measures

    The Municipal District of Bonnyville is encouraging residents to follow the new targeted health measures to help reduce the spread of COVID-19. Alberta Health Services (AHS) released new guidelines late last week in an attempt to protect the healthcare system and avoid more restrictive measures. “For the next two weeks, …

  • 16 November

    M.D. of Bonnyville Council Highlights November 12, 2020

    MUNICIPAL DISTRICT BONNYVILLE NO. 87 COUNCIL HIGHLIGHTS November 12, 2020  Keeping you informed of the services, business and development that affect YOU! Budget Open House Going Virtual  Council agreed to host a virtual 2021  Budget Open House on November 18 at 7 p.m. This will replace the physical open house  …

  • 13 November

    CommAlert Emergency Communications discontinued Nov. 30

    A Message from the Regional Director of Emergency Management  Re: CommAlert Emergency Communications  A number of years ago, the Region of St. Paul enlisted the services of the CommAlert Group as a platform to deliver emergency communications to our ratepayers. This was done in an effort to keep our citizens …

October, 2020

  • 27 October

    Cold Lake invests $2 million in cemetery enhancements

    The City of Cold Lake is making a significant investment in its two public cemeteries while providing residents with additional options for memorializing loved ones who have passed on. Along with traditional in-ground burial plots, five columbaria structures are now available at Lakeview Cemetery (2205 1 Ave.). Each columbarium unit …

  • 22 October

    M.D. encouraged by recent assessment model announcement

    The Municipal District of Bonnyville Council was pleased to see the recent announcement from Municipal Affairs Minister Tracy Allard on October 19, confirming that the province is taking a more practical and reasonable approach to the assessment model changes for oil wells, pipelines, and machinery and equipment. The province will …

  • 19 October

    Message from Regional Director of Emergency Management on flu vaccines

    Thank you for your continued efforts and commitment to keep our communities safe and to help reduce the spread of COVID-19. Although we have seen a slight increase in confirmed cases for our area, Health  Officials have assured us that this continues to be very manageable.  COVID-19 case information is …

  • 19 October

    Significant upgrades planned for Millennium Trail

    The City of Cold Lake will direct over $725,000 in federal funding to enhance Cold Lake’s trail network, including repairs and improvements to the Millennium Trail. The City qualifies for nearly $1 million through the federal government’s Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program (ICIP) – Public Transit stream, which is available …

  • 16 October

    M.D. and town seeking feedback in Regional Economic Development Plan

    The M.D. and the Town of Bonnyville are developing a joint Regional  Economic Development Plan.  The purpose of the Plan is to support the business community in the region with their efforts to maximize future economic growth and prosperity. It will acknowledge the short-term  economic challenges of COVID-19, as well …