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City to conduct commercial airline survey

City to conduct commercial airline survey

Residents and businesses in and around Cold Lake will get the chance to have their say about the possibility of a commercial airline coming to the city.
CLHS's top dog

CLHS's top dog

She's much more than man's best friend. Nikki is the therapy dog at Cold Lake High School (CLHS). Students describe her as a support, a confidant, and the light in their day.
Council talks mobile food vendors

Council talks mobile food vendors

The City of Cold Lake has decided to look into a policy for mobile food vendors. Whether that means they implement a daily operating fee, or map out no-go areas was discussed at the Tuesday, June 20 corporate priorities meeting.
Cold Lake to be home of the Voyageurs after all

Cold Lake to be home of the Voyageurs after all

The City of Cold Lake's dream of having college level hockey in the Energy Centre will come true. Portage College has made the decision to stand behind their initial agreement with the City of Cold Lake.
Local men ready to Walk a Mile in Her Shoes

Local men ready to Walk a Mile in Her Shoes

Men in Cold Lake will be swapping their runners for red high heels in support of the Dr. Margaret Savage Crisis Centre (DMSCC). The DMSCC will be hosting the Walk a Mile in Her Shoes march as part of the July 1 Canada Day parade in Cold Lake.
Jumpstart program gets 4 Wing moving

Jumpstart program gets 4 Wing moving

Canadian Tire is making sure families living at the Canadian Forces Base (CFB) Cold Lake have every opportunity to get out and be active. Since 2005 the Canadian Tire Jumpstart program has helped over 1.
A look inside Maple Flag 50

A look inside Maple Flag 50

The Royal Canadian Air Force's (RCAF) largest annual training exercise is underway in Cold Lake. May 29 marked the opening of the RCAF Maple Flag 50.
CLES playground space keeps growing

CLES playground space keeps growing

Cold Lake Elementary School (CLES) students will have more room to play, after the approval of a $118,000 loan from the Northern Lights Public Schools (NLPS) board.
Ammonia leak prompts evacuation of Energy Centre

Ammonia leak prompts evacuation of Energy Centre

An ammonia leak at the Cold Lake Energy Centre is under investigation. A contractor working on an expansion to the facility damaged piping containing the chemical.
Craig Copeland seeks another term

Craig Copeland seeks another term

Mayor of Cold Lake Craig Copeland hopes to be back in office after the upcoming fall election. Copeland, who joined the City of Cold Lake in 2004 as a councillor before becoming mayor in 2007, announced he will be running for a fourth term.
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