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May 26th, 2016 - Government Centre Power Outage

Notice to residents : The Town of Slave Lake Government Centre is experiencing power interruptions. We ask residents to patient while work is being completed to restore power to the Government Centre. -> Click here to read more


May 19th, 2016 - Alberta Wildfire Management Update

As of 4:00pm today, the fire ban and OHV restriction will no longer be in effect for much of the province, including the Slave Lake Forest Area. However, they will remain in effect for the Lac La Biche and Fort McMurray Forest Areas in northeastern Alberta. -> Click here to read more


May 19th, 2016 - Mayors Blog

With all that has been going on this month talking about taxes and levies seems so unimportant. -> Click here to read more


May 16th, 2015 - RCMP News Release

A 41 year old Wabasca, AB man has died after a single vehicle collision on May 13, 2016. -> Click here to read more


May 15th, 2016 - Alberta Wildfire Management Update

Wildfire conditions in the Slave Lake Forest Area are EXTREME. The temperatures in northern Alberta will continue to rise for Monday and Tuesday, reaching around 21-25 degrees Celsius. The winds will also pick up on Monday and Tuesday, they will be 25 gusting to 35 kilometres per hour. As we move into Wednesday and Thursday the forecast is calling for a chance of rain and thundershowers. A significant amount of rain is needed to reduce the hazard across the province and we have not received enough at this point. -> Click here to read more


May 14th, 2016 - Gas Line Break in South West

UPDATE --- The gas line that was being looked at on 6th Ave SW is now fixed. Residents and no access the area if they wish and families hat were evacuated can return home. -> Click here to read more


May 11th, 2016 - Smoke in Slave Lake Region

The smoke in the Slave Lake region is from the Fort McMurray fires which started to move west, Wednesday afternoon, according to representatives from Alberta Wildfire Management. -> Click here to read more


May 10th, 2016 - Gas Leak Investigation

The Lesser Slave Regional Fire Department has the gas leak under control, services in the area are back to normal. We thank you for you understanding and staying away from the area during the investigation. -> Click here to read more



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