Pet of the week

Rempel is a 2-year- old male domestic cat He is neutered and has all his shots. Rempel lives at the Animal Rescue Committee shelter. Rempel is a loving boy who loves to play with the other cats and toys. To…

Such as? Such as passing school buses when they are loading or unloading kids. Such as dumping your unwanted junk outside the Friendship Centre after hours and placing a big unwanted burden on the employees and volunteers. Such as tossing…
Rainy weekend puts fire hazard down where it belongs

Callie Hermanson Lakeside Leader Rain over the July 21 weekend has brought relief to the wildfire danger in the Slave Lake Forest Area. Leah Lovequist, the Wildfire Information Officer for the Slave Lake Forest area, says in spite of the low…

HPSD looking for a few good drivers Joe McWilliams Lakeside Leader This week you’ll see a school bus in the Cornerstone shopping area of Slave Lake, probably with signs. It’s a way of getting the message out that the High…

Leader staff Desmarais RCMP are asking for help in the case of another ATM theft in Wabasca. On July 13 2018 at 5:45 a.m., three people broke into the Bigstone Band Store located on Mistassiniy Road. According to a release…
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M.D. of Lesser Slave River Reeve Murray Kerik seems to be contemplating where to make the snip on the ceremonial ribbon at the Widewater Fire Hall Park official opening on July 18. Joining Kerik on the scissors is Widewater Athletic…

Chris Clegg For the Lakeside Leader A Bigstone Cree Nation man has said he is sorry in the ultimate way by saving court and his victim a lot of time, energy and embarrassment. Other than that, William Francis Gladue faced…

It has come to our attention that certain readers of the Lakeside Leader are displeased that we run opinion columns from the Canadian Taxpayers Federation. The reason being that the CTF is (they say) supported by somebody called ‘The Koch…
Pet of the week

‘The boys’ are 4.5 months old. They are all neutered and have all their shots. They live at the Animal Rescue Committee shelter. These boys are looking for their forever homes. To view ‘The boys’ please call Vanessa Bjornson, Vice-Chair…
19-6 victory over the Parkland Twins

Submitted The Slave Lake Mosquito Heat started their Provincial Baseball weekend going one and one on July 7. Game one saw the Heat go up against the Parkland Twins Red team. Colby Campbell got the start for the Heat on…
Lakeside Leader summer garden features

The Leader visited Ron Radkevich’s house on Wednesday night July 11 to see his beautiful yard and gardens. Radkevich is the first to be featured in the Leaders summer garden series. If you are interested in being featured in the…

Sylvain Charlebois Troy Media On Oct. 17, smoking cannabis will become legal in Canada. Cannabis edibles, on the other hand, will be legal in a little less than a year. Once cannabis-infused food products are available, things will get complicated…
Dancers travel to B.C. for dance competition wins golds

Jennifer Hanson For the Lakeside Leader It was a golden weekend for the dancers of Dance Creations, who attended a competition in Oliver B.C. July 5 and 6. The studio had 16 dancers performing 14 routines; five groups, eight solos…