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If advance ticket sales are an indication, spectators are as excited about the 2022 Cold Lake Air Show as the organizers are. It’s far from certain that pandemic restrictions won’t affect the event, but the planning committee is working on the assumption that the show will go on. Early sales show ticket buyers share that […]

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Age Friendly Cold Lake (AFCL) has been designated as a community ambassador by the Alzheimer Society for Alberta and the Northwest Territories.  The society’s community ambassadors are usually individual volunteers, but AFCL was accepted for the role as an organization. “Typically the ambassador would be a community member who is interested in learning more about […]

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Whether you’re concerned for yourself or someone you care about, it’s important to know the warning signs of dementia so you can ensure an early diagnosis. Here are 10 of the most common warning signs for dementia. Sign 1: Memory loss that affects day-to-day abilities Are you, or the person you know, forgetting things often […]

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CanAge is applauding a recent announcement made by the Government of Yukon that the best-in-class shinglesvaccine (Shingrix) is now available to all adults aged 65-79 in pharmacies.  The previous age cutoff for the vaccine was 70, and options for where to get the required two doses were limited and unclear. This, according to a CanAge […]

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Sharpen your skates, chalk your cue, dust off your bowling shoes—regional playoffs are about to begin for the Alberta 55 Plus Winter Games. The main meet for the Games will be April 7 – 10 in Edmonton, with skiing events (Nordic and alpine) to be held in February while there’s still good snow. The Lakeland […]

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The Cold Lake Women of Influence Committee is seeking nominations for its annual Cold Lake Women of Influence Awards, to be celebrated in March 2022. The committee is a group of local women who come together to celebrate International Women’s Day and honour the various ways that women enhance and invigorate the Cold Lake community. […]

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The show must go on. Elk Point Allied Arts presented the opening of “In-Laws, Outlaws, and Other People (that should be shot)” on the weekend, and director Don Conrad couldn’t be happier. “It’s fantastic,” Conrad said. “The crowds there are receptive. There’s positive comments from all directions about everything from the meal to the show […]

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