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Cold Lake Hospital’s renovated palliative care rooms an upgrade for seriously ill

Left to right: Natasha Jovanovic, chair, Palliative Care Society, hospital site manager Catherine Garon, Kari Leiper and Kim Coosemans, coordinator

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Cold Lake RCMP engage local youth in Nerf War battle

On Feb. 23, 2020, several off duty members of the Cold Lake RCMP detachment attended a fun and competitive outing with

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Cold Lake town hall on crime on Wednesday

Cold Lake residents can voice their concerns on the state of crime in the area on Wednesday. RCMP and dignitaries

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M.D. not supporting Bingo Association’s request for financial help

The M.D. of Bonnyville is not supporting the Bonnyville Bingo Association’s financial ask to help alleviate some of the group’s

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Winter Invitational raises over $130,000 for the Ronald McDonald House

The Winterland Invitational raised the most money in the charity hockey tournament’s brief history and surpassed their fundraising goal. The

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M.D. sees draft of Rec Master Plan, pool ranked number one among priorities so far

The M.D. of Bonnyville got to see the first draft of their Recreation Master Plan on Wednesday. The document looks

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ÉNDHS students voice concerns to LCSD Board in student engagement session

Students gathered at the ÉNDHS library during their lunch hour to discuss school issues with the LCSD Board. Image submitted. 

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Lakeland residents can give feedback on escalating car insurance, concerns in provincial survey

Albertans frustrated by escalating costs of auto insurance can give their feedback to the province in a new survey. A

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Locals express frustration on BCHS timelines and contractor shutout to Infrastructure Minister

The Minister of Infrastructure Prasad Panda came to Bonnyville to hear local concerns about the BCHS modernization last Thursday, but

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MLA Hanson criticizes PM Trudeau on handling rail blockade protests

MLA David Hanson did not mince words when responding to the current rail blockades that began in Northern British Columbia

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