Friday , 3 July 2020


June, 2020

  • 26 June

    No personal use of fireworks in Town: BRFA

    Due to COVID-19, the annual Canada Day fireworks are cancelled in Bonnyville this year. Residents are being reminded by the Bonnyville Regional Fire Authority that personal use of fireworks within town limits is prohibited. Fireworks are also not permitted in the Forest Protection Area within the M.D. of Bonnyville. For …

  • 26 June

    NOTICE: Closure 49th Street

    The Town of Bonnyville is informing residents that 49 Street between 50 Avenue and 47 Avenue will be temporarily closed from June 29-July 3. The closure is part of the utility work being done for the Bonnyville Centralized High School renovation that’s currently underway. Work and road closure will be …

  • 25 June

    M.D. of Bonnyville Council Highlights June 17 and June 24

    MUNICIPAL DISTRICT BONNYVILLE NO. 87 COMMITTEE AND COUNCIL HIGHLIGHTS June 17 and 24, 2020 Keeping you informed of the services, business and development that affect YOU! Moose Lake Weir Update According to a provincial government representative, due to some of the unknowns associated with timelines related to developing a decommission …

  • 25 June

    Cold Lake’s public transit moving back to regular schedule Monday

    Cold Lake’s buses will be returning to their regular schedule pre-COVID 19, but not everything is going back to the way it was. In a press release, the City outlined its public transit plans moving forward, which includes physical distancing of two metres and regular sanitization of high-touch areas. “We …

  • 23 June

    City of Cold Lake reminds residents of the cancellation of Canada Day celebrations

    The City of Cold Lake would like to remind residents that it will not be hosting any formal Canada Day festivities this year, including the parade, beach activities, concert, and fireworks show. “All of these events have a tendency to bring out thousands of people,” said Mayor Craig Copeland. “While …

  • 22 June

    Bonnyville Swimming Pool plans to open up

    The Bonnyville pool will be re-opening on July 2, 2020. Its hours of operation and services offered will be restricted based on a risk assessment and guidelines set forth by Alberta Health Services, Alberta Pool Standards, and the Life Saving Society. Pool staff will be releasing a schedule next week …

  • 18 June

    M.D. considering extending waterline to Cherry Grove

    Cherry Grove residents could be the next community to receive Cold Lake water. In an M.D. of Bonnyville council meeting on June 10, a proposal to extend a waterline to Cherry Grove was brought up, which would provide the hamlet with benefits beyond clean drinking water. The line would be …

  • 16 June

    Cannabis micro-production allowed in Cold Lake commercial zones

    At its June 9 Regular Meeting, Cold Lake City Council passed changes to the city’s Land Use Bylaw that will allow for cannabis micro-production as a Discretionary Use in facilities on commercially zoned land. Micro-processors are also subject to federal and provincial regulations and licencing requirements. The Government of Canada’s …

  • 15 June

    M.D. waiting to assess damage to Lessard Bridge before re-opening

    The rising water levels of Beaver River as seen from Lessard Bridge. Image credit: M.D. of Bonnyville.  The Lessard Bridge on Range Road 452 remains closed to all traffic this week, the M.D. of Bonnyville said in a press release on Monday evening. Modeling from Alberta Environment and Parks, shows …

  • 15 June

    Energy Center to open Tuesday in limited capacity

    After a much-anticipated wait, parts of the Cold Lake Energy Centre will be reopening to the public on Tuesday. Included in the reopening are the Cenovus Energy Wellness Centre, CNRL Walking Track, and access to Booster Juice, which is also opening Tuesday. The arenas, field house, and the climbing wall …