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March 24 COVID-19 update

No new cases in Slave Lake; mills open, daycare not reopening Pearl Lorentzen Lakeside Leader For the fourth day in a row, Slave Lake region is holding at three confirmed COVID-19 cases, says the Alberta COVID-19 statistics. All cases were confirmed on…
March 23 COVID-19 update

No new cases in Slave Lake; mayor will hold online town hall on 24th Pearl Lorentzen Lakeside Leader For the third day in a row, Slave Lake region has only three confirmed COVID-19 cases. All cases were confirmed on March…
March 22 COVID-19 update

Slave Lake holding at three; two new in North zone Pearl Lorentzen Lakeside Leader Slave Lake region remains at three confirmed COVID-19 cases.  On March 22, the government of Alberta announced two new COVID-19 cases in the North zone. One…
March 21 COVID-19 update

Slave Lake holding at three cases: North zone numbers corrected from 17 to 16 cases Pearl Lorentzen Lakeside Leader On March 21, there were no new COVID-19 cases in either Slave Lake region or in the North zone. Slave Lake region…
March 20 COVID-19 update (evening)

Province-wide three people recovered; three confirmed cases in Slave Lake region Pearl Lorentzen Lakeside Leader As of March 20 at 5:30 p.m., there are three confirmed COVID-19 cases in Slave Lake health region. This is one more than announced in…
March 20 11:30 COVID-19 update

AHS confirms two cases in Slave Lake, which doesn’t change recommendations Pearl Lorentzen Lakeside Leader AHS has confirmed two cases of COVID-19 in Slave Lake, announces Town of Slave Lake Mayor Tyler Warman, at around 11 a.m. on Friday, March…
March 19 COVID-19 update

One death in Alberta, six new cases in the North Zone, but still none in Slave Lake Pearl Lorentzen Lakeside Leader One COVID-19 patient has died in Alberta, says the Alberta government, in a March 19th news release. This is…

Leader staff Lesser Slave Lake Regional Housing Authority (LSLRHA) is following the recommendations of Alberta Health Services and taking precautions to continue to protect residents from the Coronavirus. As of March 16, 2020, LSLRHA restricted access to Vanderwell Heritage Place (aka.…
March 18 COVID-19 update

Three new cases of COVID-19 in North Zone; still none in Slave Lake Pearl Lorentzen Lakeside Leader There are three new cases in Alberta Health Services North Zone as of 4:30 p.m. on March 18, says the Alberta government in…

Several community events planned for the Slave Lake area have been cancelled due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) worldwide pandemic. March 26, 2020 Homeless Coalition meeting cancelled. Community Volunteer Income Tax Program cancelled. March 27, 2020 2020 FCSS Community Grant cancelled.…

Pretty much every event or meeting has been cancelled in the Slave Lake area. However, some things were still scheduled to go ahead, as of the time this was posted. So we’ll add the standard caution that the information may…
March 17 COVID-19 update

97 case in Alberta: one in Grouard, none in Slave Lake, province limits groups over 50 Pearl Lorentzen Lakeside Leader On March 16, the first case of COVID-19 in Alberta Health North Zone was announced.  That day, as of 5…