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Pets of the week

The Animal Rescue Committee of Slave Lake has four Great Pyrenees cross puppies up for adoption. There are three female dogs River, Storm and Isabelle. There is also one male Timber. The puppies are 10 weeks old. They will turn…
HP Quilt Show Oct. 19 to 20

Chris Clegg For the Lakeside Leader High Prairie St. Andrew’s School gymnasium will showcase the region’s best quilters Oct. 19-20 at the High Prairie Quilt Guild’s 24th annual show and sale. It will be filled with beautiful quilts to capacity,…

Francesca Giroux, CPA For the Lakeside Leader It is important to determine whether an individual working for you is an employee or self-employed (i.e. sub-contractor), as this affects an individuals entitlement to Employment Insurance (EI). The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA)…
Figure skating up and running

Pearl Lorentzen Lakeside Leader Lakeside Figure Skating Club classes are up and running. “I think it’s a great program, because we haven’t raised the fees for years,” says April Steele, Lakeside Figure Skating Club treasurer. “I think the kids end…
Falcons lead junior high volleyball league

Pearl Lorentzen Lakeside Leader St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Academy Falcons are leading junior high volleyball in the area. In three weeks of league play, Falcons lost only one game, giving them an 11 to 1 league record. They won…
Sisters in Spirit in three communities

Film writer participated in Swan River and Kinuso walk Pearl Lorentzen Lakeside Leader River of Silence writer Petie Chalifoux joined the Sisters in Spirit event put on by Swan River and Kinuso Schools. Petie Chalifoux’s grandmother is one of the…

Pearl Lorentzen Lakeside Leader Rob Anderson is an air attack officer with 10 years experience. He’s worked with various groups of wildfire pilots. The Alberta Government owns four ‘duck’ planes. These are usually stationed in Slave Lake as it is…

Incumbent has worked hard to stop human trafficking in Canada To the Editor: When we hear about human trafficking, it is easy to assume it happens in other countries. But the reality is that human trafficking is growing in Canada…

Green Party supports agriculture and reconciliation To the Editor: Agriculture is a large part of our economy in the Peace River -Westlock riding. As such, the representative elected by the constituents should be a strong voice for those invested in…

Where there’s smoke, there might be a controlled burn. Alberta Wildfire started burning grass on October 7. The first burn was at Muskeg Lake off of Hwy. 88, other locations will also be burnt in preparation for winter. Controlled burns…

Breach of conditions one of several charges in both convictions Slave Lake Provincial Court October 9, 2019 Judge G.W. Paul presiding Savannah A. Radcliffe appeared in court via closed circuit television from Fort Saskatchewan Correctional Centre. She entered guilty pleas…

Leader staff October 20 to 26 is Small Business Week. Slave Lake and District Chamber of Commerce has various things planned from Tuesday to Friday. These are open to small business owners and to the public. Everyone is welcome to…