Final weekend ahead at Mount Joy

Barring a sudden meltdown, Mount Joy Snow Resort will wind up for the season this weekend with ski and snowboard races for kids. more »

Lloyd roars for Lion King Jr.

Simba, the rightful lion king is seated on the throne and all of his creature subjects in Pride Lands are living happily ever after. more »

Smoking bylaw to be updated

With the impending legalization of cannabis, city council was presented with many different bylaws which will need updating to encompass cannabis. more »

Lloyd's top cop informs Rotary

Lloydminster RCMP detachment Insp. Neill Pearson briefed Rotarians on the differences between municipal and rural policing and Alberta’s new crime reduction strategy. more »

Building Safety Code a hot topic

The City of Lloydminster currently follows the 2005 National Building Code, but the need for an update to the code has been identified, as the code currently used is well behind industry norms and practices. more »

Information on updating Traffic Bylaw presented to GPC

A draft Traffic Bylaw came across for information to city council at the Governance and Priorities Committee meeting. more »

Chamber invites Harper to dine in Lloyd

Lloydminster residents will need act fast to rub shoulders and dine with former Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper. more »

Preparing for cannabis legalization

The federal government’s legalization of recreational cannabis may have been pushed back a month or two, but the city is trying to get as prepared as they can. more »

OTS pushes booth sales

John Stanyer, chair of the Lloydminster Oilfield Technical Society (OTS) that organizes the event, spoke about a spring sales push during the Heavy Crude Open Bonspiel last week. more »

Duo will fiddle for you

Find out for yourself Thursday why musicians Miriam Sontenes and Jeff Dill are second fiddle to no one. more »

Bowling leagues spring up

Lloyd Lanes will be fully open to the public and a slate of spring bowling leagues by the end of March. That’s the word from owner Jody MacDonald who had six of 12 lanes up and running for a couple… more »

Mom and tot bond with art

What’s the fuss with Gus?
Find out for yourself by attending a family friendly opening of an art show featuring the work of Lloydminster artist Brandi Hofer and her two year-old son Gus. more »

Nostalgia draws collectors to show

The show, held at the Lloydminster Stockade Convention Centre this past weekend, was chock full of collectables from antiques and farm toys to memorabilia and dolls for sale and display. more »

FCSS advisory committee to allocate Sask. Lotteries Community Grant

The policy was brought up at a meeting on July 27, when they asked if it was feasible to have the Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) Advisory Committee make the recommendations on the Saskatchewan… more »

Beat dance is for guys too

There will be no mariachi music at the upcoming second annual Beat Dance Challenge at the Vic Juba Community Theatre, but there will be a Mexican influence. more »

City receives update on Alberta properties in arrears

City council received an update about Alberta tax enforcement, and there are 70 Alberta properties that have been in arrears for more than one year. more »

Emergency Management Bylaw gets updated

“Emergency management is an ongoing process, and as we have seen, disasters all over Alberta, B.C., Saskatchewan in the last couple of years. It’s important to ensure that everything is up… more »

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