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Feds invest $2 million into Autism Spectrum Disorder working group

The federal government's plan to create a Canadian Autism Partnership will see $2 million invested in an 11-member working group tasked with consulting residents across the country.
Kehewin to hold September re-election

Kehewin to hold September re-election

A re-election has been called at Kehewin Cree Nation after a Canadian judge determined a March 2014 vote that saw seven reserve members elected to council was not carried out in a lawful manner.
Province approves final phase of Bonny Lodge re-development

Province approves final phase of Bonny Lodge re-development

Having spent the best part of the last decade pushing for improvements at the Bonny Lodge seniors living facility, Lakeland Lodge and Housing representatives were “delighted” to announce last week that the provincial government has officially given t
Local veteran honoured on Canada Day

Local veteran honoured on Canada Day

It's not every day you get to witness an old war veteran recognized at the highest level, but that's exactly what Bonnyville residents got to see on Canada Day as longtime local William McGregor was honoured for the part he played in the D-Day landin
First-annual Lakeland Pride Festival an unwavering success

First-annual Lakeland Pride Festival an unwavering success

Over 400 local residents flocked to Kinosoo Beach on Saturday to show their support and acceptance of the LGBTQ community, as Lakeland Pride held their first-annual bash at the beach festivities.
Cold Lake houses 600 evacuees at Energy Centre

Cold Lake houses 600 evacuees at Energy Centre

The Cold Lake Energy Centre has been officially closed to the public until further notice after the City of Cold Lake stepped up to accommodate roughly 600 evacuees from Saskatchewan.
The Lakeland: a bird lovers paradise

The Lakeland: a bird lovers paradise

One of the richest birding areas in Alberta is located around Bonnyville and Cold Lake with three-quarters of the province's bird species living amongst the region's diverse landscape. “The MD of Bonnyville is very rich and diverse in its habitat.
Golden West Music Fest makes a final stop in Ardmore

Golden West Music Fest makes a final stop in Ardmore

For one last time, talent from across western Canada will soon be gathering outside of Ardmore for a unique blend of outdoor music, comedy and art. The Golden West Music Fest is coming back for a third and final year.
Going green could leave municipalities in the red

Going green could leave municipalities in the red

With a such a focus out on the environment these days, from a young age kids are taught about saving the planet through programs such as recycling.
Bonnyville museum an important part of the community

Bonnyville museum an important part of the community

When driving through most Alberta communities one can't help but notice the large iconic statues or figures standing tall. For Bonnyville this item is the 7-metre tall wood-carved statue of fur trader Angus Shaw located at the Bonnyville museum.
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