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While the Slave Lake Forest Area is currently under a fire ban, please remember that the Town of Slave Lake is allowing fires in back yard fire pits.
News and Updates from The Town of Slave Lake about COVID-19.
Update June 1st, 2020 4:30 PM ---The Slave Lake Region still has zero active cases of COVID-19. Provincially the number of cases has climbed to 7,044. To date there have been 143 deaths in relation to COVID-19, Town Council and Administration extend our condolences to the families of those who have lost their life to COVID-19. Alberta’s Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Deena Hinshaw announced asymptomatic testing for the novel coronavirus will begin province-wide immediately. Priority will still be given to those with symptoms or who are close contacts of someone with COVID-19, but anyone can seek a test, even if they have no symptoms of COVID-19.The Town of Slave Lake wants to remind residents that the Multi-Rec Centre, and the Northern Lights Aquatic Centre is still closed until further notice. Residents wishing to conduct business with the Town can still call 780-849-8000 to speak with one of our staff, or stop by every friday between 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM to speak with one of our staff in person. It was announced earlier today that the Legacy Centre will be suspending all public programming until further notice. Those seeking federal assistance during COVID-19 can apply for the Canadian Emergency Response Benefit by clicking on the link below.