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Rahma Dalmar

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Recent Work by Rahma

Portage College’s Construction and Trade Readiness Program class of 2022 graduates

Portage College’s Construction and Trade Readiness Program class of 2022 graduates

Last month, 14 students from northeastern Indigenous communities in Alberta graduated from a unique construction program aiming to build skills and support housing programs.
Lakeland trucking companies face challenges brought on by retiring workforce

Lakeland trucking companies face challenges brought on by retiring workforce

Retiring workforce, equipment shortages and certification requirements among challenges experienced by Lakeland trucking industry  
Vancouver-based filmmaker connects with Hylo roots through new short film

Vancouver-based filmmaker connects with Hylo roots through new short film

A deep love for motorcycles over the years became a gateway for Lori Lozinski to process the grief of losing her parents.
Language, culture taken away by residential schools

Language, culture taken away by residential schools

Orange Shirt Day raises awareness for the challenges Indian Residential School students faced including addressing the intergenerational challenges for one Heart Lake First Nations organizer.
Plamondon school rallies to support student diagnosed with cancer

Plamondon school rallies to support student diagnosed with cancer

École Beauséjour staff and the school’s volleyball team are getting together to raise funds for Kids With Cancer after a teammate was diagnosed over the summer 
AHS automated call service for non-urgent surgeries rolls out in the North Zone

AHS automated call service for non-urgent surgeries rolls out in the North Zone

LAKELAND - In an effort to reduce wait times for non-urgent surgical procedures in the province, Alberta Health Services (AHS) has introduced a pilot program that will see automated calls delivered to patients in the North Zone, beginning this month.
Lakeland Catholic Ward 1 trustee resigns

Lakeland Catholic Ward 1 trustee resigns

Less than one year into serving with the Lakeland Catholic School Division (LCSD) board of trustees, Denise Sirois Tercier officially resigned last week.
Ceremony honouring Queen Elizabeth II held in Lac La Biche

Ceremony honouring Queen Elizabeth II held in Lac La Biche

Almost two weeks since Queen Elizabeth II passed away in her Balmoral castle located in Scotland, millions around the world including in Lac La Biche payed their respects on Sept. 19 , as she was laid to rest.
Lac La Biche Terry Fox Run raises thousands to support cancer research

Lac La Biche Terry Fox Run raises thousands to support cancer research

The 42nd annual Terry Fox Run dedicated to the man who was on a mission to support cancer research has wrapped up once again in Lac La Biche County. Almost 50 participants on Sept. 18. and thousands of dollars have been raised to support the national fundraiser.
Upcoming federal ban on single-use plastics gets mixed reviews

Upcoming federal ban on single-use plastics gets mixed reviews

National efforts to meet climate change initiatives will see the first phase of a ban on single-use plastics come into effect this December across Canada. The Lakeland community has mixed reviews.