Photos submitted On November 6, the Government of Alberta issued a statement regarding their plan to combat rural crime.
“The biggest thing we heard is that people want property rights protected. We are talking about good people; law abiding Albertans that have been let down by governments over the years.
Changes to the Occupiers’ Liability Act and an amendment to the Petty Trespass Act are expected to be made next week. With the clear measures being brought in, trespasser
Marlin Schmidt, Minister of Advanced Education (fifth from right), visited Lakeland College Vermilion on April 13, and met with staff and trades students discussing future upgrades, and encouraged them as they near exams. Photo Angela Mouly Lakeland College will receive funding to complete major repairs to the exterior of its Trades Centre, helping students continue to train for good jobs. Located on Lakeland’s Vermilion campus, the Trades Centre offers educational opportunit
Proposed electoral boundary map for the Vermilion-Lloydminster Constituency. Photo Submitted Discussing their interim report, released on May 23, the Alberta Electoral Boundaries Commission held a public hearing at the Pomeroy in Vermilion on July 18. Debate was in the air as the commission responded promptly to public participants from across northeastern Alberta. Buffalo Trail Public School Division’s Vice Chair, Lanie Parr, read a letter from the board of Trustees. “While