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EDITORIAL: I’m not sure how you keep up with all this information, but we’re gonna try

Letter from the Editor: Amidst the strange times we’ve been propelled into with the COVID-19 pandemic we’ve decided to adapt

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Third case of COVID-19 confirmed in Bonnyville area province’s map shows

A third case of COVID-19 has been confirmed in the Bonnyville area, the province’s virus infection map shows. Last Friday,

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St. Paul looking at closing playgrounds to promote physical distancing

St. Paul are looking at further efforts to promote physical distancing and limit the spread of germs amidst the COVID-19

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City waives penalties, allow deferrals on property tax and utility bills for three months

Council voted unanimously to allow for the deferment of property tax payments and utility bills for Cold Lake residents and

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St. Paul cancels all regularly scheduled meetings for now due to COVID-19

St. Paul town council has cancelled all regularly scheduled council meetings until further notice due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Council

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NLPS getting student learning online moving for K-12

Northern Lights Public Schools is preparing to roll out online learning activities for their students. The province established outlines for

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Bonnyville Medical Clinic rolling out virtual appointments

The Bonnyville Medical Clinic is now taking virtual appointments. While they’re still doing in-person appointments, that might no longer be

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Town of Bonnyville closing town facilities to public

Starting on Monday, Town of Bonnyville facilities including the Town Office will be closed to the public. If you require

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Cold Lake PCN & physicians set up clinic for regular walk-in

A centralized walk-in clinic is set up for patients experiencing other health issues besides COVID-19. The Cold Lake Primary Care

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Government clarifies Bonnyville’s COVID-19 case count change

The Alberta Government’s interactive map highlights in red where confirmed cases of COVID-19 are in the province on Monday morning. 

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