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Joe McWilliams Lakeside Leader Progress at Pincherry The proposed re-zoning of a lot in southwest Slave Lake drew a response from the property owners and some of their neighbours. Council heard all about it at public hearing on March 7.…

  Katrina Owens Lakeside Leader Learning circle Tracy Leggett, Northern Haven outreach worker, updated attending agencies of upcoming community events this month at the Feb. 28 meeting. On March 7 there will be a ‘ladies learning circle’ focusing on personal…
Slave Lake Chamber of Commerce news.

  Katrina Owens Lakeside Leader Brittany Giesbrecht, Slave Lake and District Chamber of Commerce president, gave a brief report to the members at the Feb. 27 regular Chamber meeting on the annual business awards gala, which took place on Feb.…

  Joe McWilliams Lakeside Leader Running would be more fun if there was a shelter at the start and end The weather isn’t always as nice as ‘fun run’ organizers would like. It would be handy to have a shelter…

Joe McWilliams Lakeside Leader   Parking in Smith Council reviewed the issue of parking in front of the Smith Half Century Plus hall. Apparently the angle parking that is customary there is not safe, because longer vehicles backing out of…

Picture-collecting campaign Katrina Owens Lakeside Leader Christopher Brown, Town of Slave Lake communications co-ordinator, popped by The Leader last week and updated us on a few things the Town is planning to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday. To start, Brown says,…

Joe McWilliams Lakeside Leader All sorts of services Council got the latest version of what Community Futures is and does, right from the horse’s mouth – that being its executive director, Christopher Robblee. Mostly he focused on services CF provides…

Two-year contract extension Joe McWilliams Lakeside Leader By a 3 – 1 vote, Slave Lake town council approved two-year contract extension with Global Traffic Group last week. Global is the company that operates photo laser enforcement for speeding and stop…