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EXCLUSIVE: Lloyd Homeless Issued $580 Fines, Evictions

As Lloydminster has managed to escape brutal cold temperatures going into December, some people in our city are hoping for a chance to simply sleep indoors. For several years now, a small group of houseless people have resorted to living in tents or camping in the bushes around the border...

Cut Knife RCMP seek information on fatal hit and run involving pedestrian

Cut Knife RCMP are continuing to investigate the death of a pedestrian on Highway 40 following a collision. On Nov. 24 at about 8:00 p.m., police were called to the scene approximately two kilometres east of Cut Knife. Officers and EMS found an injured adult man who was later declared deceased...

Lloydminster Wastewater Treatment Plant comes online

Its mission accomplished for the new Lloydminster Wastewater Treatment Plant with an official opening planned for next spring. The City's GPC meeting accepted the final report on Monday for the $81.5 million project with funding from Saskatchewan, Alberta, the federal government, and the City of Lloydminster. Regulation changes by the Saskatchewan...

Alberta and Saskatchewan vent criticism over 2030 federal methane proposal

Both Alberta and Saskatchewan are fuming with the federal environment minister over proposals to shut off methane releases from oil and gas sites by 2030. The new targets seek to cut energy industry burn-offs by at least 75 per cent over 2012 levels by 2030. The present rules aim for a...

Collision detours traffic at Hwy 13, RR 40 intersection

Provost RCMP are currently on the scene of a two-vehicle collision on Highway 13 and Range Road 40. Police say that traffic is being detoured in both directions at this time. Officers expect to remain on the scene for several hours as they conduct their investigations.

Super heavy load passing on Hwy 36, 45 near Viking, Lavoy and Two Hills on Tuesday

A super heavy load will be on the road in eastern Alberta heading to Fort McMurray from Tuesday, Dec. 5 to Friday, Dec. 8. The route listed will take it east out of Edmonton along Highway 14 passing through Bruce and turning at Viking onto Highway 36. It then heads...
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