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Lukewarm response to Alberta’s draft caribou range plan

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...

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Marriott Ribbon Cutting

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...

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Cold Lake First Nations Goes Solar

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...

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NHL players visit Cold Lake

The Indigenous NHL Alumni team was in town Sunday night to take on local hockey players from the Cold Lake Arrows in an exhibition game at the Energy Centre. “We wanted to provide a positive family friendly night,” said Dean Janvier, a Cold Lake First Nations...

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Another Imperial Oil Spill

Alert: Another Imperial Oil spill – Incident occurred on Dec 4th at the N08 pad. Steam and Bitumen has been released through misting, affecting the lease pad and surrounding area.

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First Nation in heart of oil country switching to solar power

Sitting on the second-largest deposit of oilsands in Canada, the economy of the Cold Lake First Nation relies heavily on the natural resource industry. But in a project announced Monday, the First Nation said it will be making a significant investment in a greener...

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Phone: 780-594-7183 | Fax: 780-594-3577

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Phone: 780-594-2473
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