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“Apparently we talk a lot,” joked Mayor Craig Copeland.
“We definitely have a lot to say, so when the proposal of hosting our own podcast came up, council jumped at the opportunity.” The initial episodes will feature the mayor, along with Chief Administrative Officer Kevin Nagoya.
You can find it in i Tunes, Google Play, Spotify, and a few other major broadcasters.
Please not that on some providers may take some time to index the new podcast so that it is searchable.“We think it has potential and are thrilled that community groups step up to take these events on.” There will be four theatre productions over two nights, all of which are written and performed by local residents.During a delegation, council heard that one of the playwrights is Meghan Rennie, an 18-year-old student about to head off to university to study business and art.Five minutes is all it takes to get to popular sites like the world famous Lake Louise, Lake Louise summer gondola, in-town hiking trails, and a very short stroll to restaurants, shopping, and walking trails. Co-ed is all about playing as a team, and having a good time with everyone who comes out to enjoy the game of hockey. Golf and Winter Club Building Permits Building Statistics RCMP Crime Map Buy Event Tickets Public Transit Garbage Collection Cold Lake Regional Airport Fitness Classes Citizen Self Service Business Directory Plans, Reports & Studies Maps (GIS) Building Statistics Parent Link Centre Special Transportation Report a Pothole Citizen Self Service Clubs & Contacts Business Directory Event Tickets Construction & Engineering Standards Careers [Pod]casting in Cold Lake, Episode 1 is now available online for free download!The AHS water quality advisory for the beach remains in place, as the average of the test results remains above acceptable levels of the enterococcus bacteria in the provincial guidelines.