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Organizers and participants have barely had a chance to catch their breath after the Alberta 55 Plus Winter Games in Edmonton in March—now they’re on the road again. The Alberta Summer Games will take place in the Peace region this weekend. Almost 50 participants will come from Zone 7, which represents northeastern Alberta. A bus […]

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A Cold Lake First Nations (CLFN) project has been selected by Library and Archives Canada for funding as part of the Documentary Heritage Communities Program. The $50,000 grant will allow CLFN create a long-term archival program plan including recommendations to preserve the organization’s archives and make them accessible. It will also allow CLFN to hire […]

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Lakeland seniors took advantage of the many activities offered throughout Alberta Seniors Week June 6 to 12. Seniors’ clubs, municipal recreation departments, and Family and Community Services (FCSS) organizations provided social activities, games, and plenty of good food for older persons in the region. St. Paul Regional FCSS started the week with a luncheon in […]

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You could feel the joy in St. Paul on Sunday when more than 100 people gathered for the first in-person MS Walk since 2019. The bright sunshine didn’t hurt the overall mood, but it was obvious that the positive energy would have come through rain or shine. Individuals and teams participated in the five-kilometre walk […]

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The St. Paul and District Arts Foundation played host to the Alberta Community Art Clubs Association (ACACA) North Zone Art Show on the weekend. The two-day show and sale featured paintings, sculptures, fibre arts, and digital pieces from artists across northern Alberta. Guest jurors selected the top works in the various categories, and those works […]

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The people at Hearts for Healthcare are still counting up the proceeds from Saturday’s fundraising gala, but based on the early numbers they know they had a good night. Everyone had a good night. The Reid Fieldhouse at Cold Lake Energy Centre looked terrific, everyone was dressed in their best, and the food and entertainment […]

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Lace up your walking shoes, the St. Paul Jayman Built MS Walk is back May 29. After two years of virtual MS Walk fundraisers, St. Paul will welcome Lakeland supporters for a return to the in-person five-kilometre walk. St. Paul’s Brenda Rosychuk, Western Canada lead for the MS Walk, says she couldn’t be happier. “You […]

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I have stayed at a few of Canada’s prestigious old railway hotels: the Hotel Vancouver, the MacDonald, The Bessborough, the Hotel Saskatchewan, the Manoir Richelieu. The splendour is of another time, and reflects the romance of rail travel’s golden age. But passenger rail wasn’t all about silver tea services and club-car dining. Before the explosion […]

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St. Paul-based singer will appear at Treaty Six Contemporary Arts Festival Fawn Wood won the Traditional Indigenous Artist or Group of the Year title at the Juno Awards in Toronto on Sunday. Wood, who lives in St. Paul, grew up immersed in the cultural and musical traditions of her parents. Her father, Earl Wood, is […]

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