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Take these snowflakes… please!

Joe McWilliams Lakeside Leader Slave Lake town councillors appeared a bit puzzled and not terribly pleased last week to find the town a recipient of a gift from the Chamber of Commerce. This was the set of decorative ‘snowflakes’ that…

Franco Terrazzano Canadian Taxpayers Federation If Albertans want to deliver a message that Quebec politicians will understand, then we need to stop talking, put on the gloves and enter the equalization ring. It’s time for Premier Jason Kenney to commit…

Rebecca Johnson Alberta Health Services For some, the holidays are a time of joy and reconnection with friends and family. But if you’ve suffered a loss, the holiday season can bring up extra feelings of sadness and yearning for your…

Sylvain Charlebois Troy Media Most of us love fries and chips. Other than ketogenic, most diets don’t discriminate against the mighty potato. It’s even in the new Canada’s Food Guide. Most dishes using potatoes are loved by Canadians, especially in…
AB Taekwondo club belt tests and tournament results

Leader staff AB Taekwondo had three busy days November 21 to 23. The students tested for the next belt level on Thursday and Friday. On Saturday, nine students competed in a tournament in Edmonton. All of them placed. The tournament…
Double smash and dash at the Slave Lake MRC

ATM bandits strike again Joe McWilliams Lakeside Leader Professional ATM bandits struck again last week, yanking the machine out of the multi-rec centre lobby in Slave Lake. It happened overnight on Dec. 4/5. The modus operandi is becoming awfully familiar. Steal…

November 21, 2019 Pearl Lorentzen Lakeside Leader Wildfire Legacy Corporation Town of Slave Lake (ToSL) CAO Garry Roth from the Town of Slave Lake reported to the council about the Legacy Centre. Overall things are going well. The summer was…

From the High Prairie South Peace News Albertans are invited to share their thoughts on whether the province should continue to observe daylight savings time. The government has launched an online survey to gather feedback on the subject, says a…

Joe McWilliams Lakeside Leader In the absence of a Family and Community Support Services Coordinator, Town of Slave Lake Community Services Director Garry Roth facilitated the November meeting of the Interagency Council. This is made up of representatives of what…

Susan Thompson For the Lakeside Leader The controversial ‘conscience rights’ bill put forward by rookie Peace River MLA Dan Williams has been stopped in committee. After the bill passed first reading with support from a majority of the United Conservative…
Slave Lake sous chef writes second cook book

Pearl Lorentzen Lakeside Leader Sourabh Angarkar is a sous-chef at Slave Lake Inn and Conference Centre. His second book, “Roots of Herbs and Spices,” will be released early in 2020. His first book “The Vision Palate” was published while he…