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Canada making access to abortion services easier 

Over $3.5 million in federal funding is going to improve Canadians' access to vital abortion services and accurate reproductive health information. Women and Gender Equality Minister Marci Ien says barriers Canadians experience include the lack of everything from availability to financial and logistical resources required to travel to access abortion...

Near 2 percent increase proposed on 2022 property taxes

Lloydminster residents will see an increase on their annual residential property tax bill in 2022. This after members of council approved the first reading of the taxable assessment bylaw, which will see a 1.93 per cent overall increase. Mayor Gerald Aalbers says in addition to the increase, the rest of the...

Boundary Battle of Alberta returns September 10

The challenge has been accepted as once again the alumni for Calgary Flames and Edmonton Oilers will renew their rivalry at the Lloydminster Civic Centre. The love of hockey will see players like six-time Stanley Cup winner Kevin Lowe and two-time Stanley Cup champ Jamie Macoun suiting up for the...

Vigilance for aquatic invasive species

Saskatchewan residents and visitors are being reminded to ensure aquatic invasive species (AIS) are not introduced to the provincial water bodies. The advice comes during Aquatic Invasive Species Awareness Week, which runs from May 9-13th. Authorities caution these plants, fish and invertebrates can damage aquatic habitat and fisheries, as well as...

Erratic driver concern, three suspects arrested

Two Maidstone residents as well as a Lloydminster man are facing charges following a Highway 16 traffic stop. On May 5th, North Battleford RCMP got a call concerning an erratic driver on Highway 16. Officers say they conducted a traffic stop and their search yielded a loaded handgun and about 112...

Trauma education to benefit community, BBCOC

Trauma and resilience training is being seen as an important step to deal with what society has experienced in the last two years. That advice comes as local social workers and counsellors did a deep dive into trauma therapy both on a personal level and as a means to...
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