Community

The Sylvan Lake Rotary Club is now selling memorial stones along the lighthouse pathway.

Lighthouse memorial stones raise money to help others

It’s a donation that stands the test of time: your name engraved…

 

A shortage of doctors is causing Advanced Ambulatory Care Services to shut down.

Sylvan Lake working to address doctor shortage

A shortage of doctors is affecting all Albertans, but the Sylvan Lake…

 

The new early chapter books section of the library.

Young readers finding their own special place at Sylvan Lake library

Have you heard that we love books? We especially enjoy watching our…

 

Sylvan Lake town council want a resort municipality program brought to Alberta.

Sylvan Lake exploring resort municipality options

Tourist destinations in British Columbia can apply for the province’s Resort Municipality…

Sylvan Lake town council want a resort municipality program brought to Alberta.
A portion of Lakeshore Drive closed in late June 2022 and opened early after the town received complaints.

Lakeshore Drive opened Aug. 2

A portion of Lakeshore Drive was closed in late June and is…

A portion of Lakeshore Drive closed in late June 2022 and opened early after the town received complaints.
Victim Services will be coming back to Sylvan Lake under new funding model.

Victim Services returning to Sylvan Lake

Announcement means community will have dedicated unit once again

Victim Services will be coming back to Sylvan Lake under new funding model.
After the ribbon was cut, families rushed in for a day of fun. Pictured from left to right: councillor Kjeryn Dakin; councillor Jas Payne; councillor Tim Mearns; Skylar Murdoch and Priscilla D’Mello from Co-operators and their two children; Laura Lauder, chair of the spray park committee; MLA Devin Dreeshen; Mayor Megan Hanson; councillor Teresa Rilling.

Grand opening delights families at new playground and splash park

Official ribbon cutting for Co-operators Play Zone and splash park

After the ribbon was cut, families rushed in for a day of fun. Pictured from left to right: councillor Kjeryn Dakin; councillor Jas Payne; councillor Tim Mearns; Skylar Murdoch and Priscilla D’Mello from Co-operators and their two children; Laura Lauder, chair of the spray park committee; MLA Devin Dreeshen; Mayor Megan Hanson; councillor Teresa Rilling.
The JAWS At The Lake event will be happening on Aug. 6.

Summer fun continues in Sylvan Lake

The summer heat has finally arrived and people are excited to spend…

The JAWS At The Lake event will be happening on Aug. 6.
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Stettler Steel Wheel Stampede returning for 13th edition in June

Rodeo action is just days away from returning to the Town of…

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Participants having made it to the finish line.
Scott McDermott / Submitted photo

Terry Fox Run unites community to raise money for cancer research

Sylvan Lakers came together Sunday morning to further Terry Fox’s legacy and…

Participants having made it to the finish line.
Scott McDermott / Submitted photo
From left, divers John McCuaig and Stacy Chonica returning after a morning of diving to clean up underwater trash.
Reeti Rohilla / Sylvan Lake News

A morning’s cleanup leaves town with a neater lake and shoreline

Residents came together for a morning of Sylvan Lake’s 18th annual shoreline…

From left, divers John McCuaig and Stacy Chonica returning after a morning of diving to clean up underwater trash.
Reeti Rohilla / Sylvan Lake News
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Free Summer Shindig this Saturday with music, games and prizes!

Sylvan Lake master-planned community celebrates rebirth with free family fun Aug. 28

  • Aug 23, 2021
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Active lifestyle means health for the whole person at CollegeSide Gardens

Red Deer seniors discover community connections and worry-free living

Caring for the whole person, body, mind and soul

  • Jun 21, 2021
Active lifestyle means health for the whole person at CollegeSide Gardens
CACAC strives to create a healthy and happy future for the children of Central Alberta and the greater community.

1,100 reasons to support Central Alberta children this Christmas

Annual lottery fundraiser will fund Central Alberta Child Advocacy Centre’s vital work

  • Dec 7, 2020
CACAC strives to create a healthy and happy future for the children of Central Alberta and the greater community.
Alberta’s Métis celebrate vibrant culture with virtual festival

Alberta’s Métis celebrate vibrant culture with virtual festival

Mark your calendars for Alberta Métis Fest, June 13

  • Jun 8, 2020
Alberta’s Métis celebrate vibrant culture with virtual festival
Sewing for safety during COVID-19

Sewing for safety during COVID-19

A Wetaskiwin local is sewing face masks for the vulnerable and front line workers.

Sewing for safety during COVID-19
UCP MLAs discuss Red Deer Hospital funding exclusion

UCP MLAs discuss Red Deer Hospital funding exclusion

UCP MLAs criticize NDP for not prioritizing the hospital

UCP MLAs discuss Red Deer Hospital funding exclusion