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Thursday , 13 May 2021

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Funding Support Needed for Iron Horse Trail

The Iron Horse Trail majestic Beaver River Trestle, which fell victim to arson in 2012, is currently undertaking a major reconstruction project. The project will restore the trestle, which up until the arson served as the connector on the Iron Horse Trail to Cold Lake, as well as, into Saskatchewan …

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Clubroot found in The MD of Bonnyville

The first confirmed case of Clubroot Disease in a canola plant has been found by Municipal District of Bonnyville agricultural staff via lab analysis during annual crop surveys done earlier in August. Clubroot is a soil-borne disease in cruciferous crops, most notably canola. The disease causes galls or clubs to …

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Pontiacs First Exhibition Game Showcased Players’ Skills

The Bonnyville Jr. A Pontiacs’ opened up the AJHL’s exhibition season with the first game in the league, which went down August 26th, 2015 verses the Whitecourt Wolverines. The Pontiacs lost a high scoring match-up, in front of the home crowd, at the RJ Lalonde Arena, 7-6. Voice of The …

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One male Seriously Injured in Two Vehicle Collision on Hwy 63

On Wednesday, August 27th, at 10:30 AM, approximately 25km north of Boyle a southbound pickup truck struck a northbound semi tractor trailer.  The impact caused the semi to burst into flames.  The driver of the semi was able to escape uninjured prior to the tractor becoming fully engulfed.  The driver …

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Update on the Modernization at Ecole Notre Dame

Ecole Notre Dame High School in Bonnyville is currently in the middle of a modernization process which will update every aspect of the school. Principal of the school, Pamela Guilbault, says this project is years in the making, “this is a process we have been working towards for the last …

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Doctor Recruitment Program Receives Award

The Town of Bonnyville, MD of Bonnyville and The Health Foundation has received the prestigious 2015 RPAP Alberta Rural Community Physician Attraction and Retention Award for the Doctor Recruitment Program. The award stems from the Alberta Rural Physicians Action Plan (RPAP), which according to RPAP’s website, supports Alberta’s rural practitioners, their families and …

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Mayor Copeland Rides The City Bus

On the opening day of bus service in Cold Lake Mayor Craig Copeland couldn’t resist the chance to be one of the first passengers. The Mayor took the northbound route then wrapped around and completed the southbound route and said there were no issues with the service. “I think they’ll …

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Ambulance Service Continues to be an Issue In The Lakeland

The City of Cold Lake is frustrated with the lack of adequate ambulance service in The Lakeland. There has been dispatching and scheduling issues with the service since Alberta Health Services (AHS) took over the service in April of 2009. One of the major concerns of the dispatching done from …

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Construction on 51st Avenue Behind Schedule

Drivers, pedestrians, and business owners are frustrated with the construction process on 51st avenue in Bonnyville. The roadway has been tore up since early spring, and there is no sign of the road being completed by the expected timeline, of August 30th. Mayor of Bonnyville, Gene Sobolewski, says the construction …

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