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Operation Red Nose the shining light this holiday season

Operation Red Nose the shining light this holiday season

Cold Lake Victim Services, with support from the RCMP, have kicked off the sixth annual Operation Red Nose program. In their first two weekends (Nov. 25-26 and Dec. 2-3) the local program has already been more successful than in past years.
Crusaders thinking of critters this holiday season

Crusaders thinking of critters this holiday season

The Grade 10 students of Assumption school have banded together as the Crusaders for Critters, helping animals in need this holiday season.
Festival of Peace raising hope across the Lakeland

Festival of Peace raising hope across the Lakeland

It was a night of coming together for a good cause. Each year, the Dr. Margaret Savage Crisis Centre (DMSCC) in Cold Lake, hosts their annual Festival of Peace. On Saturday, Nov.
Cold Lake Imperial Oil receives education award

Cold Lake Imperial Oil receives education award

Imperial Oil's Cold Lake Operations were recognized provincially with the 2016 Friends of Education award. The group was nominated earlier this year by the Lakeland Catholic School District (LCSD) for the work they do to help out local schools.
Pipeline approval brings local optimism

Pipeline approval brings local optimism

There is a “glimmer of hope” on the horizon for the City of Cold Lake, after the federal government announced the approval of two pipeline projects, creating jobs within the province of Alberta and beyond. On Tuesday, Nov.
Grant process created for local non-profits

Grant process created for local non-profits

For years the City of Cold Lake has decided on a case-by-case basis which organizations receive financial support, but that is no longer the case.
Toby Keith set to perform

Toby Keith set to perform

The City of Cold Lake isn't “A Little Too Late” on getting their hands on a show that will have the city stomping their boots. Country hit singer-songwriter Toby Keith is coming to Cold Lake, and it is going to be a show people won't soon forget.
City's MOU to expire Dec. 31

City's MOU to expire Dec. 31

Alberta Municipal Affairs has informed the City of Cold Lake that as of Dec. 31 of this year, their Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) will expire. The MOU was signed Sept.
Future playground in Creekside not only for the children of today

Future playground in Creekside not only for the children of today

A temporary playground may be the best compromise for the residents of Creekside Estates. On Tuesday, Nov.
Photo radar funding to be put to good use

Photo radar funding to be put to good use

Those who pay their City of Cold Lake photo radar tickets may not know this, but they are doing their part in keeping the city safe.
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