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Francesca Giroux, CPA For the Lakeside Leader In the ever changing technological climate of today’s workforce, working remotely has become an option for many employers when looking to expand their business or offer more flexible work arrangements to their employees.…

Program coordinator clarifies what’s going on, what the rules are Joe McWilliams Lakeside Leader There’s been a lot of chatter about the food bank in Slave Lake lately – how it works and what its rules are and if they…
Atom action

Carson Maitland, left, of the Slave Lake Atom 1 Thunder, causes some trouble for a CNN player in the game on Sunday at the Tervita Arena in Slave Lake. The host Thunder won the game 7 – 3, with Damian…
Happy Halloween

Mario and Luigi made an appearance in Slave Lake last weekend during the Town’s Halloween party. See Page 12 and 13 for more pictures.  

Richard Froese For the Lakeside Leader The County of Big Lakes has made upgrades to Hwys. 679 and 749 top priorities when it comes to lobbying the provincial government for funding. The list was a response to a request by…
Atom hockey action from Sunday

Atom hockey action from Sunday – Slave Lake ‘B’ Thunder vs. Athabasca. Athabasca won the game 10 – 3. Coach Scott Lawrence says, “The kids are really working hard to learn the systems we are putting in place. Looking forward…

Joe McWilliams Lakeside Leader It’s still not clear (or wasn’t at press time), where Slave Lake’s Midget boys’ hockey team will end up playing this season. But indications are pretty good that it won’t be toiling in a bottom tier…
Best game in town

One of Slave Lake’s Novice Thunder hockey teams took on High Prairie on Saturday. The final was 9-6 for Slave Lake. Geronimo Giroux, Reagan Fudge and Dawson Taylor got hat tricks. Dayton Seppola played goal for the first time for…
Scary theme continues in Regional Arts Council events

Katrina Owens Lakeside Leader The Lesser Slave Lake Regional Arts Council (RAC) hosted its first annual ‘Zombie Fun Run’ earlier this month. The Leader hears from RAC secretary Megan McNeil that RAC has marked the day as a success and…
Improve visibility while trick-or-treating

Spotlight Staff Thousands of costume-clad children will embark on treat-finding missions in neighborhoods all across the country this Halloween. Everyone wants their Halloween festivities to be fun, but it is important that trick-or-treaters and their chaper- ones prioritize safety as…