One of two water reservoirs in Cold Lake South will be modernized so that it can continue to supply residents with water during a power outage. At its regular meeting last week, council voted to expand the scope of the Building #10 Modernization Project to include a new pumps, upgrades to the electrical systems and […]
Legislation created to help protect those at risk of domestic violence is expected to take effect later this year, but advocates are concerned over whether Alberta RCMP will uphold the law after Mounties said they’d abstain from participating in Saskatchewan. The Disclosure to Protect Against Domestic Violence Act, also known as Clare’s Law, was passed […]
The Alberta government is promising billions of dollars worth of infrastructure spending and an immediate cut to the corporate income tax rate as part of an effort to boost the economy. At an announcement Monday, Premier Jason Kenney said the tax rate would be cut from 10 to eight per cent on July 1. The […]
Jason Kenney praised decision of Supreme Court to not hear latest appeal on construction of the Trans Mountain pipeline. Chris Schwarz/Government of Alberta Alberta Premier Jason Kenney says the decision by the Supreme Court of Canada not to hear a new appeal from British Columbia First Nations over the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion is a […]
At its regular Council meeting on June 23, Council voted to operate the North Arena for the next season, with a decision surrounding future operations to be based on information from a life-cycle audit for the facility. For the 2020/2021 season, the arena will operate Monday to Friday for all interested user groups, and to […]
The City has lots of land in-boundary, so there’s no point in looking at that broader issue at this junction.
“Competing in pageants has literally changed my life. I wish I had known sooner when I was younger and living in Cold lake that these opportunities were available to me.” If Trisha Vergo has learned anything in life, it’s that it’s never impossible to chase your dreams, even when you grow up in rural Alberta. […]
Although most Alberta businesses have been given the go-ahead to reopen in Phase 2, operating conditions continue to be a major challenge and things are certainly not business-as-usual.