What was important here was documenting the different families and different situations, and what they’re going through.
Trustees for Northern Lights Public Schools approved its Three-Year Capital Plan and 10-Year Facility Plan with a few updates during the Board’s April 2 meeting, but no changes to the priorities listed in the plans. A replacement school for Vera M. Welsh Elementary School in Lac La Biche remains the Board’s top priority. This portion […]
A 31-year-old man has been denied bail after being charged with second-degree murder in the case of two Métis hunters shot dead March 28 in the wake of a fight on the side of a rural northern Alberta road, RCMP say. Jake Sansom, 39, and Morris Cardinal, 57, were found shot to death Saturday morning […]
Candice Bergen, the no-nonsense House of Commons quarterback for the federal Conservatives doesn’t put up with nonsense, even from Justin Trudeau. When the prime minister shamelessly swings for the fences wanting the power over taxes, spending and borrowing until the end of 2021 without elected politicians looking over his shoulder, it was a Hell No […]
Two men shot on a rural Alberta road found on Saturday, March 30 were hunting to feed their families after a COVID-19 job loss, the day before they were found dead. Jake Sansom, 39, and Morris Cardinal, 57, were discovered on the road near a black pickup truck early Saturday morning near Township Road 622 […]
Spring seeding is just around the corner and Co-op continues to be well-positioned to meet the increased fuel demands of western Canadian farmers as they head into the field. Co-op has proactively positioned fuel throughout our extensive fuel distribution network to be as close to our farm customers as possible, whether it be through bulk […]
The RCMP Major Crimes Unit can now advise that Anthony Bilodeau (31) of Glendon was charged with second degree murder (x2) of Jacob Sansom (39) of Nobleford, Alta., and Maurice Cardinal (57) of Bonnyville, Alta. It is alleged that at approximately 9:30 p.m., on March 27, 2020 two vehicles came to a stop on a […]
The City of Cold Lake is expressing support for the Government of Alberta’s decision to invest in the Keystone XL pipeline. “In a time when many are struggling to see when and how our lives will return to normal, this represents strong, decisive leadership,” Mayor Craig Copeland said. Copeland recognized that while many residents are […]