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Donations needed to rebuild destroyed Cold Lake shelter

Kokum’s House, the homeless men’s shelter that burned down in March, has plans to be rebuilt, but it’s going to

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Energy Centre getting internet boost as city looks to strengthen connectivity

The internet at the Energy Centre is getting a big boost right away. City councillors have approved roughly $250,000 in

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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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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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Local leaders talk next steps after receiving 2019 ID349 funds

More details have come out about the ID349 (Cold Lake Air Weapons Range tax revenues) money that was released to

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City waives rent for businesses within their facilities, applying for CECRA

The City of Cold Lake has waived rental fees for businesses operating in city-ran facilities for the months of April,

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ID349 funds released to municipalities in “one-time” arrangement, regional solution needed for future funds, says Madu

The Minister of Municipal Affairs has released almost $30 million in tax revenues from ID349 (Cold Lake Air Weapons Range)

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Mayor Copeland wants to see businesses re-open, distancing measures relaxed by May 15

Mayor Craig Copeland addresses city residents at Cold Lake’s sustainability Open House in December.  Cold Lake mayor Craig Copeland hopes

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City of Cold Lake local task force monitoring COVID-19 situation, prepared to respond if necessary

The City of Cold Lake and Alberta Health Services (AHS) have opened up lines of communication and are monitoring the

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