Will the Slave Lake Icedogs have – as rumoured – a rival team in High Prairie sometime soon? Here’s hoping, and the signs are certainly pointing that way.
George Charlebois of Wagner figures he’s the first person in western Canada to use drone technology to photograph cutblocks for forest products companies. It was new for them and new for him and far from certain he’d be able to make it fly.
Arnold Viersen (Conservative), Leslie Penny (Liberal), Peter Nygaard (Green) and John Schrader (People’s Party of Canada) spoke at the Slave Lake federal elections forum on October 3. They’ve been campaigning since the beginning of the election.
The family of missing men on Great Slave Lake plan to continue the ground search. They seek prayer and resources to aid the search.
The missing men are Daniel Courtoreille, Michael Courtoreille, Jason Fulton and Stacy Linington.
John Hunt from Kinuso races motocross and introduced his children to it young. Aiden, eight, started riding dirt bikes when he was four and competing in races when he was five. This year, Savannah, who is seven, joined them.
Dr. Nicholaas Lerm and his wife Chandré, moved to Slave Lake in September.
Dr. Lerm is an anesthesiologist which was the missing link to reopen the operating room at the Slave Lake Hospital.