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“If you choose not to find joy in the snow, you will have less joy in your life but still the same amount of snow.” – Anonymous Nearly 40 people took advantage of the Bonnyville Nordic Ski Club’s (BNSC) open house at Muriel Lake M.D. Park on Saturday, and they all appeared to find joy […]

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Groomed trails await skiers in Cold Lake Provincial Park There are groomed ski trails again in Cold Lake Provincial Park. Volunteers affiliated with the Bonnyville Nordic Ski Club (BNSC) have filled the province’s training requirements and the club has satisfied the requisite insurance requirements. As of January 16, skiers can enjoy the beauty of the […]

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Event planning and ticket sales are going well for the first Cold Lake Women of Influence (WOI) Awards since 2019, says WOI Committee chair Audrey McFarlane, but she says the committee would still like to see some more nominations. The nominations are extended until February 3 for all six categories: Arts and Culture, Business and […]

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Parishioners at All Saints Ukrainian Orthodox Church in St. Paul, as well as Orthodox denominations around the world, celebrated Christmas on Saturday, January 7.  Tradition runs deep in Ukrainian culture. While the Nativity celebrations included the customary visiting, feasting, and carolling, the plight of those suffering the consequences of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine was not […]

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From now until spring, Friday night is curling night in Glendon. The three-sheet community rink was full for two draws for its opening night January 6.  The ice was keen, the competition was friendly, and the clubroom was filled with curlers and spectators enjoying the spirit of “the roarin’ game” over a drink. Club president […]

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Local Indigenous alumni will take on Stanley Cup champions and Olympic medallists There will be an impressive lineup of hockey heroes on the ice in St. Paul on Saturday, as the NHL Indigenous Alumni take on Indigenous alumni from the St. Paul Canadiens. The ex-NHL team will be bolstered by four active national women’s team […]

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January is Alzheimer Awareness Month. In light of this, the Alzheimer Society of Alberta and the Northwest territories (ASANT) wants Albertans to be aware that help and information are available through their First Link program. People are often aware of the term Alzheimer disease, says ASANT spokesperson Christene Gordon. But one of the most frequently-asked […]

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Get ready to take your seat at the Strathcona Performing Arts Centre. Opening night is months away, and the lineup is still to be announced, but the Clayton Bellamy Foundation for the Arts has announced Strathcona Resources Ltd as its naming sponsor for the new venue. Strathcona’s $250,000 gift brings the foundation halfway to its […]

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Cold Lake City Council has voted in favour creating a Municipally Controlled Corporation (MCC) that will operate a medical clinic in the community. The MCC project has to clear some legislative and procedural hurdles, including a public hearing. The hearing is scheduled for January 24. If successful, the MCC will be registered as Cold Lake […]

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