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City of Lloydminster funds $180K for Olive Tree Homebase Housing Program

The City of Lloydminster will fund The Olive Tree Community Centre for $180,000 over three years for the Homebase housing strategy. Mayor Gerald Aalbers sees the importance of supporting the work of the non-profit as it seeks to get people into a stable housing situation. "The Homebase work is incredible, and...

Saskatchewan salutes victim services volunteers

Saskatchewan is thanking 133 victim services volunteers as the province observes May 12-18, as Victims and Survivors of Crime Week. In acknowledging the role of the volunteers, the province is also highlighting the services and supports available to help victims and survivors of crime. The volunteer victim support workers give their...

Métis Like Me children’s book now available

Métis Like Me is the title of a new book for children written by Lloydminster's Tasha Hilderman.  The picture book came out on April 2 and is the first of four books the author plans to publish over the next few years.  The book is about children of Métis heritage and...

Lloyd Comp thespians bring back provincial banner, four special awards from Alberta drama festival

Lloydminster Comprehensive drama students are back from Red Deer with provincial glory. The Dram-Addicts who staged their one-act plays on Friday night at the Vic Juba Community Theatre brought back a provincial banner and four singular citations from the Alberta High School Drama Festival which wrapped with its awards gala on...

Two gold medals for Lloyd Comp at provincial skills contest

Queue the drum roll as honours are rolling out for Lloydminster Comprehensive students following the provincial Skills Canada contest this week in Edmonton. The gold medals winners will join up with Team Alberta to head to the national skills stage at ExpoCité in Quebec on May 30-31. The medal list reads: ...

Community garden being set up next to Red Bicycle

The 49th Street Community Garden was launched on Friday, May 10, next door to Red Bicycle on land which the communications company is pitching in for the green thumb effort.   Community members have long wanted a garden space - a green oasis in the downtown area. Councillor David Lopez,...
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