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Lakeland hospital workers impacted by privatization of laundry services

Lakeland hospital workers impacted by privatization of laundry services

AUPE claims it’s the ‘edge of the wedge’ in the government’s plan to eliminate upwards of 11,000 health sector jobs
"I think it's time"

"I think it's time"

Town of Bonnyville Coun. Ray Prevost won't be running in the upcoming election. He has spent 24 years in local politics.
Lac La Biche County in the midst of a COVID outbreak

Lac La Biche County in the midst of a COVID outbreak

Lac La Biche has now topped the provincial rank of active cases of COVID-19 per capita
Fixing for a cause

Fixing for a cause

A Cold Lake resident is fixing bikes for a cause through Brodie's Bike Repairs. Any proceeds from the bike shop are donated to the Lakeland Humane Society.
Lac La Biche golf course gets green-light for $5 million in upgrades

Lac La Biche golf course gets green-light for $5 million in upgrades

Councillors tee-up master plan for upgrades over next seven years
Cold Lake business nominated for provincial award

Cold Lake business nominated for provincial award

Elevation Health Cold Lake is among the finalists for the Alberta Business Awards of Distinction.
Sudden and abrupt MS diagnosis creates shift in life

Sudden and abrupt MS diagnosis creates shift in life

At just 21 years old, Kassidy Doonanco was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. She is encouraging other Lakeland residents to take part in this year's virtual Jayman BUILT MS Walk.
Time is of the essence when it comes to heart and stroke

Time is of the essence when it comes to heart and stroke

Every second counts when it comes to heart and stroke. This is why Alberta Health Services (AHS) is telling the public not to hesitate to call 911 when they are showing signs of a heart attack or stroke, through their latest campaign.
Road banners will again help students celebrate COVID grad events

Road banners will again help students celebrate COVID grad events

Lac La Biche County council offers up to $5,000 for grad banners
Council denies rezoning on west end of St. Paul

Council denies rezoning on west end of St. Paul

A public hearing on May 5 included a variety of voices, speaking to the proposed rezoning of a piece of residential land to commercial.