Friday , 27 November 2020

Tag Archives: Cold Lake Air Weapons Range

Minister visit signals ID 349 discussion for Lakeland communities

Kaycee Madu, Minister of Municipal Affairs.  The Minister of Municipal Affairs Kaycee Madu is meeting with council members and administration from Bonnyville, Cold Lake, and the M.D. of Bonnyville separately this week. Although the agenda is not established a press secretary from Municipal Affairs said, representatives from the Lakeland are …

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Maple Flag military exercise no go for foreseeable future

There will be not be a Maple Flag military exercise in 2019 or in the “foreseeable future” in Cold Lake, the Royal Canadian Air Force has decided. The air force say they paused the exercise to re-focus Maple Flag’s mandate and to modernize the infrastructure used during the exercise. The goal being that Maple Flag remains focused …

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ID-349 discussions could become public soon, M.D. and City vote for non-confidentiality

The regional committee of six municipalities jointly agreeing on regional projects with a $6 million pool of money from the ID-349 Cold Lake Air Weapons Range met last Monday. Although the discussions between Cold Lake, Bonnyville, M.D. of Bonnyville, Glendon, Fishing Lake Metis settlement and Elizabeth Metis settlement in that meeting are officially confidential – that may change …

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Cold Lake waits on ID-349 FOIP Request

The City of Cold Lake is waiting on the Province to respond to a FOIP (Freedom of Information & Protection of Privacy) request that was filed in December. Craig Copeland, mayor for Cold Lake, says the request is in regards to the ID-349 Cold Lake Air Weapons Range (CLAWR) funding …

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Cyr responds to ID 349 funding agreement

This decision on ID349 by this NDP government is 11 months overdue as the original contract signed lapsed on December 31, 2016. This current NDP government has demonstrated clear negligence by having allowed this contract to lapse, which only serves to enflame an already volatile matter. The previous government was …

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