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Hanson named Bonnyville-Cold Lake-St. Paul MLA

Hanson named Bonnyville-Cold Lake-St. Paul MLA

The unofficial results for the Bonnyville-Cold Lake-St. Paul riding are in. United Conservative Party (UCP) candidate David Hanson came out on top in the race for MLA, with roughly 15,626 votes in the provincial election on Tuesday, April 16.
MD, city stand behind Imperial Oil following appeal

MD, city stand behind Imperial Oil following appeal

Local municipalities are standing up for Imperial Oil after the announcement of an appeal hearing on their Cold Lake Expansion Project.
Cats to get a view

Cats to get a view

A partnering initiative between some local artisans, student, s business and an animal shelter is hoped to give cats a better view of the world.
Election forum draws a crowd

Election forum draws a crowd

About 200 people attended the all candidates forum in St. Paul, April 9, with questions about carbon tax, the economy, education, running a balanced budget, and more filling up about two hours of time.
David Inscho in the running for MLA

David Inscho in the running for MLA

David Inscho has joined the race for the MLA in Bonnyville-Cold Lake-St. Paul riding as the Alberta Advantage Party candidate. He threw his name in with the mindset of making change.
Another name joins the ballot

Another name joins the ballot

David Garnett-Bennett wanted to make his political debut in a big way, so he’s running for MLA. He was at a turning point in his life when it came to politics.
Swastika part of vandalism to NDP sign

Swastika part of vandalism to NDP sign

Lac La Biche RCMP haven't ruled out a hate-crime investigation as they look into vandalism to a Rachel Notley political road sign on the outskirts of the Lac La Biche hamlet.
Hanson was proud to represent Lac La Biche area

Hanson was proud to represent Lac La Biche area

Election campaigns create many uncertainties. But one thing for certain is that Lac La Biche-St. Paul-Two HIlls MLA Dave Hanson won't be representing the constituency when the votes are counted after the Tuesday, April 16 provincial election.
Rough road ahead following province's decision to manage driver examiners

Rough road ahead following province's decision to manage driver examiners

Residents are frustrated with the province’s decision to head down a road where driver examiners are publicly regulated.
Going to coffee college in Calgary

Going to coffee college in Calgary

CALGARY, Alberta, March 25, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Canadian Barista and Coffee Academy (CBCA), well known for its active role in the Canadian specialty coffee community and industry since 2001, announces the opening of a new campus in Calgary, Albe