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Concerns Cold Lake ambulance service compromised

Cold Lake council and the Cold Lake Ambulance Society (CLAS) are concerned ambulance service levels in the city are being compromised.

Minister of Municipal Affairs talks regional collaboration

MLA for Bonnyville – Cold Lake Genia Leskiw welcomed the new Minister of Municipal Affairs Ken Hughes to the region last week to meet with local leaders for discussions surrounding what priorities each municipality had moving into the new year.

Compassionate Care leave introduced

As of Feb. 1, Albertans have the ability to take time off from work to care for a gravely ill family member without worrying about losing their job.
Bonnyville Opry becomes Bonnyville Live

Bonnyville Opry becomes Bonnyville Live

The old Bonnyville Opry is getting a makeover. After much deliberation in recent months the Opry's board of directors decided to modernize the event and give it a facelift – now referring to the monthly musical meeting as “Bonnyville Live.

Residents concerned by rising electricity costs

Residents have long-since expressed concerns over rising electricity bills in Alberta's market-based system. But in recent months, customers from Bonnyville, Cold Lake and St.

Notre Dame High School to receive "modernization" upgrades

The future is bright for the students and staff of Notre Dame High School (NDHS) in Bonnyville, after the provincial government announced a new modernization project for the facility last week.

Wind storm knocks out numerous MCSNet towers

Winds gusts of over 100 kilometers an hour wreaked havoc throughout the province on Jan. 15, leaving a trail of damage throughout the region.
Two collisions leave one man dead, another seriously injured

Two collisions leave one man dead, another seriously injured

A pair of motor vehicle collisions happened in the MD of Bonnyville on Jan. 22, which left one man dead and another man seriously injured.

The crazy train succeeds in halting the gravy train

Hello Bonnyville, this week I'll be taking a brief look at the tumultuous rein of the esteemed Mayor of Toronto Rob Ford and reflecting on some of his major accomplishments since assuming office in 2010.

Fifth CNRL leak unrelated to four other incidents

The fifth incident at CNRL's Primrose site involving approximately 27,000 litres of bitumen emulsion being released is in no way connected to the four previous spills, according to a CNRL spokesperson.