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First Nations fight for treaty rights

First Nations fight for treaty rights

Residents of Cold Lake First Nation (CLFN) and surrounding communities along with several other communities across Canada rallied on Dec.
HEB students help create change locally and abroad

HEB students help create change locally and abroad

A group of ambitious H.E. Bourgoin students have been working hard to create positive changes in the world.
Time for team building on southern road trip

Time for team building on southern road trip

The Bonnyville Jr. A Pontiacs made their annual road trip south this past week, staying together in Calgary, playing four games in five days, and picking up five of a possible eight points.
Power line concerns prompt AUC info session

Power line concerns prompt AUC info session

The Alberta Utilities Commission held a preliminary information session Wednesday open to the public but particularly for residents affected by ATCO's proposed transmission development from the Bonnyville 700S substation to the Bourque 970S substatio

Consultant says water quality would increase with a new treatment plant

The Town of Bonnyville met with its consultant to discuss Moose Lake water, weighing options of acquiring a new water treatment plant for Moose Lake, which the town was told would increase water quality, as well as whether the North Saskatchewan Rive
Traffic flows through new roundabout

Traffic flows through new roundabout

After ongoing construction since the summer, the new $4.6 million roundabout at the intersection of Highways 55 and 892 is now open to traffic.

LICA receives award of excellence

The Lakeland Industry and Community Association (LICA) won an award of excellence for “Oil and Gas – from start to finish”, a five phase series, spanning two years.
Muriel Lake water level cause for concern

Muriel Lake water level cause for concern

Members of the Muriel Lake Basin Management Society (MLBMS) and the Beaver River Watershed Alliance (BRWA) are concerned about the decreased water levels at Muriel Lake.
Students to brighten up the Bissell Centre

Students to brighten up the Bissell Centre

A group of hard-working students at the Bonnyville Outreach School have been working to bring a little bit of warmth and colour to the less fortunate, and this week, they will be delivering hand-sewn blankets to those who need them most at Edmonton's
Shovels hit the dirt for lodge expansion

Shovels hit the dirt for lodge expansion

Nine months ago, Ray Prevost, Bonnyville Town councillor and chairperson of the Lakeland Lodge and Housing Board, stood in the dining room of the Bonnylodge to welcome Minister of Municipal Affairs Doug Griffiths, who was in town to announce a $10 mi
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