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CLFN Member Alex Angnaluak was awarded first place over 500 submissions in the prestigious Historica Canada Indigenous Arts and Stories contest.
“My ultimate dream as an artist is to have a solo exhibition at the National Gallery of Canada,” says 24-year-old artist Alex Angnaluak, who was born in Cold Lake.
After getting first place in the prestigious Historica Canada Indigenous Arts and Stories contest last year, and now enrolled in a fine arts course at Algonquin College in Ottawa, he’s well on his way.read more
A man living in a shack without running water for more than 12 years on a northern Alberta reserve is asking for help.read more
The Commission has one last community meeting to be held at the Band Office on February 15, 2018, from 10:00 AM to 4:30 PM.read more
Three Cold Lake-area businesses are finalists for this year’s Alberta Business Awards. Seven Lakes Oilfield Services, Jacknife Timber and the Cold Lake Library are all up for awards. P.O. Box 1769 | Cold Lake, AB | T9M 1P4 Phone: 780-594-7183 | Fax: 780-594-3577...read more
A Cold Lake First Nations band councillor, who pleaded guilty to possessing marijuana for trafficking purposes, said he is sorry if his actions hurt anyone. “I don’t want to give a bad name to the people I represent,” said Kelsey James Jacko in a phone interview with...read more
Alberta’s draft plan to help threatened woodland caribou…read more
Cold Lake First Nations (CLFN) band councillor Kelsey Jacko is opposing his possible removal from council after being sentenced to a conditional discharge. Jacko pled guilty to possession with the purpose of trafficking in December after search warrant led police to...read more
While the province drafts plans to save its dwindling caribou herds, time is running out for the threatened species, environmentalists say. The provincial government released its second draft of the federally mandated plan on Tuesday. An earlier draft, published in...read more
April 5-6th, 2017 marked another great milestone for the Cold Lake First Nations (CLFN). We officially celebrated the grand opening of our new hotel – Courtyard Marriott Cold Lake located in the hub of the nation’s commercial park on highway 28. April 6th we held our...read more
Cold Lake First Nations will install solar energy panels on five of its buildings this fall with funding from Alberta’s Indigenous Solar Program. The project is the result of a new provincial grant program designed to help Indigenous communities reduce their energy...read more