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Monday , 6 July 2020

Bianca Mazziotti

Bianca Mazziotti is a York University graduate with a Professional Writing degree, who found a passion in reporting. She was fortunate enough to get a reporting job in the beautiful hamlet of Lac La Biche, and she has loved learning about the town and the people in it.

MAZZIOTTI: The scam of the motivational speaker

I’ve been to two Tony Robbins seminars, and they were vastly different experiences. The second event was very much the same as the first, but what had changed was me. Now I see it for what it is–a scam. Tony Robbins is a life coach, best-selling author, and public speaker. …

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Plamondon Mud Bogs latest event dashed

Plamondon’s biggest event of the year, attracting upwards of 2,000 people over a weekend has been cancelled due to COVID-19 regulations. The Plamondon Mud Bogs is a sanctioned event, sponsored by the Canadian Mud Racers Organization (CMRO), with ATV races, professional mud racing with CMRO, and amateur mud racing. Racers …

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Gallery: JA Williams 2020 grad parade

A congratulations went out to all of the 2020 JA Williams graduates. Last Friday, JA Williams High School students celebrated their graduation by dressing up, decorating their vehicles, and participating in a parade down Beaverhill Road. People lined the sidewalk and watched as they supported the 2020 graduating class. The …

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Cannabis sales up 40% in Lac La Biche recently

While some businesses struggled to keep the lights on during quarantine, others experienced an increase in sales. Justin Bunter, the co-owner of a cannabis retail store called Spiritleaf in Lac La Biche, has noticed more people are stocking up as they try to limit their social interactions.  During the months …

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Lac La Biche Jr. Soccer is preparing for the fall

As some of the COVID-19 regulations start to become less strict, the Lac La Biche Jr. Soccer Society (LLBJSS) has made the difficult decision to cancel their summer program.  Last week, the LLBJSS had two meetings to discuss whether they would run a soccer program and what that would look …

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Flags at half-mast to remember victims of terrorism

Lac La Biche County had their flags at half-mast yesterday for the National Day of Remembrance for Victims of Terrorism, to remember those on the Air India Flight 182.  It was 35 years ago, on June 23, 1985, when a bomb was planted on the Air India plane by Canadian …

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