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CAPP leaks its 2018 oil forecast

Total Canadian oil production is expected to increase to 5.6 million barrels per day by 2035 more »

Afternoon of culture, dance at Jack Kemp

Jack Kemp Community School had an early start with National Indigenous Peoples Day celebrations. more »

Bulls battle back Raptors

It took a late insurance goal to settle the Saskatchewan Ball Hockey League (SBHL) peewee championship. more »

Fire department looks at new, mobile pumper truck

City council has approved the purchase of a 2018 Pumper replacement for $472,036. more »

Kinettes jumpstart fall CF run

The early bird gets the worm. That’s the theory the Kinette Club of Lloydminster is using to generate advance support for this year’s Glow Run for cystic fibrosis that takes place the evening… more »

Rebels show gains at home meet

A chance to gain a personal best time, a couple of medals and/or a spot on the Alberta Summer Games Zone 7 team provided the challenge for members of the Lloydminster Jr. Rebels swim club this past weekend. more »

Life lessons of the Red Serge

This book, which was newly released this month and was written by two sisters Barb Porter and Linda Garvey, was inspired by their brother Staff Sgt. Pete Garvey, who died in June. more »

Rotary gifts Lloyd rescue squad

The volunteer squad will buy eight new Mustang Ice Commander suits thanks to a $10,000 donation from the Rotary Club of Lloydminster’s president’s project. more »

Rugby triumphs against cold and rain

The Holy Rosary High School Raiders, Sabres, Lashburn High School Lobos and Meadow Lake Jonas Samson Junior High School Stingers braved single digit temperatures and a driving rain for the chance to compete… more »

LCHS makes podium at nationals

Lloydminster Comprehensive High School (LCHS) came away with some hardware after coming back from the National Skills Competition. more »

Husky wraps up pipeline PR

Husky Energy will wrap up its last round of planned open houses this week on its proposed Saskatchewan Gathering System pipeline project to be funded by Husky Midstream Limited Partnership. more »

Cannabis business licence fee set at $1,500

City council has given the Business Licence Bylaw it’s final reading.
The bylaw has been discussed for months as to what the additional fee for cannabis retailers should be. more »

City looks into MOU with SaskWater

City council is looking into joining a memorandum of understanding (MOU) between the City of Lloydminster and the Saskatchewan Water Corporation. more »

Forensic Audit released

The City of Lloydminster has released the findings of a forensic audit, which found the expenses claimed by a number of staffers were not compliant with city policy. more »

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