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Portage College students to learn online, will hold some on-site labs

Portage College students will be getting an online education this fall. The College’s Executive Committee reviewed several potential COVID-19-related scenarios

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Cold Lake uses surplus money to balance budget and keep tax increase at zero

City council chose to offset the increase in the city’s 2020 Operational Budget with accumulated surplus from the previous year’s

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NLPS calls for nominations for the Friends of Education Award

The Northern Lights Public Schools Board of Trustees is now accepting nominations for its 2020 Friends of Education Awards. “We

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Sherry Depner Receives the LCSD Excellence in Catholic Education Award

The Council of Catholic School Superintendents of Alberta (CCSSA) works hard to communicate clearly the raison d’etre for Catholic education

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Vermilion looks at opening outdoor recreational areas

The Town of Vermilion has been working closely with the Province of Alberta and the provincial relaunch guidelines of our

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Cold Lake’s Compost Days program sees phenomenal growth

The City of Cold Lake’s compost program has seen a significant uptick in use, with over 200 people visiting the

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Cold Lake mayor hopeful for a strong economic recovery post COVID

Despite a tough economy and ongoing closures in both the public and private sectors due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the

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Cold Lake playgrounds open, some restrictions remain

Outdoor parks and playgrounds in the City of Cold Lake, including the skatepark, are open for use by the public

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Continuing Education is indeed continuing, even in the face of a global pandemic.

Portage College Continuing Education has teamed up with industry and training partner, Worksite Safety Compliance Centre, to increase online offerings

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Council to consider bylaw allowing cannabis micro-production in commercial districts

Cold Lake Council has scheduled a statutory public hearing prior to considering a motion that could amend the city’s Land

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