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Kenney sends signals to Washington as he prepares to exit office

Premier of Alberta and leader of the UCP Jason Kenney is signalling to Washington that he is still interested in a pipeline to move North American energy products given what he calls “the Americans' desperate need for more reliable energy.” Speaking at the Heavy Oil Show in Lloydminster, regarding the...

Big Brothers Big Sisters to benefit from Conexus funds

Over the next three-years, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Saskatchewan will be benefiting from Conexus Credit Union funding to support mentoring relationships including Lloydminster. A total of $195,000 will go towards the five agencies across the province that serve in 17 communities. Executive director Brenda Robinson describes it as "a big...

Vermilion Culture Fest this weekend

Organizers are in the final phases of preparation for this weekend's Vermilion Culture Fest being held at the Vermilion Curling Rink. The annual multicultural event comes as Alberta is observing Culture Days this month. Brad Gallamore dishes that the entertainment and cuisine will span the culture of the region including, Africa,...

City factors growth projection in hosting future needs forum

"Lloydminster’s population is poised to grow to 67,000 people by 2050," says mayor Gerald Aalbers, noting that the city is "one of the fastest-growing communities in the region." His comments come as the city prepares to host an information session called, "Connection to our Future," taking place at the Lloydminster...

Métis Nation of SK holding registration in Lloydminster

A mobile registration session for Métis people in Lloydminster and area is planned for Wednesday and Thursday at the Lloydminster Métis Housing Group. Registrar for the Métis Nation of Saskatchewan, Tammy Vallee shares that their staff will be in the Border City to lead the process. She points out the...

Trestle River Homes honoured by nomination

Trestle River Homes is relishing its nomination for the 2022 New Venture accolade with the Achieving Business Excellence (ABEX) Awards, through the Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce. The home-building business is a family partnership between two Lloydminster developers that was incorporated in 2020. Tim Wiebe is from southern Manitoba and ventured...
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