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Be ready for the new normal

March 24, 2020 at 9:33 am

From the Editor’s Desk Cliff Kenyon Welcome to the NEW NORMAL. I know we are still trying to figure out what that is. But we can do it. As Prime Minister Trudeau has told us: We are in this together. Perhaps he should add that our new weapon is patience. Sure, we don’t know how long this will last. No one does. Be patient. Yes, we will have to wait until the situation changes. BeRead More

Shannon Mullin (top) and Jamie Rudanec won tickets to attend the Diamond Forever a Celebraion of Neil Diamond concert at the Cold Lake Legion by entering The Courier’s contest to correctly answer the question: What was Neil Diamond’s first hit song? The correct answer being Solitary Man.
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Neil Diamond show at Legion

September 3, 2019 at 2:20 pm

The Courier If you are a Neil Diamond fan you won’t want to miss “Diamond Forever a Celebration of Neil Diamond” at Cold Lake Royal Canadian Legion on Saturday, Sept. 7. The show is presented by Jason Scott, a one-man award winner, performing at the Legion as a fundraiser in support of Canadian Armed Forces veterans. It’s at the upper hall at the Legion at 1007 7th Ave. in Cold Lake. Get your tickets atRead More

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No cheering in the press box!

January 23, 2018 at 2:41 pm

From the Editor’s Desk Jeff Gaye There’s a firm rule among sportswriters: no cheering in the press box. Sports media are supposed to report on the games fairly and impartially. Every fan knows they fall short, but even if the coverage is biased the rule stands: no cheering. I bring this up because the CAF Canada West women’s hockey championships will be in Cold Lake next week. As a courtesy to other base papers acrossRead More

It’s time for The Courier’s decorating contest!

It’s time for The Courier’s decorating contest!

December 5, 2017 at 3:00 pm

The Courier Deck the halls, ornament the offices, enhance the hangars! The Courier’s annual Christmas decorating challenge is here! Our staff will come and visit your workplace on Thursday, December 14 to narrow entries down to a list of three finalists. On Friday, December 15 a panel of celebrity judges will declare this year’s winner of the Singing Penguins Trophy, emblematic of CFB Cold Lake’s finest in festoonery. There are no set criteria, but imaginationRead More

The Courier, half a century later

The Courier, half a century later

November 21, 2017 at 2:50 pm

The Courier Tomorrow (Wednesday) is the 50th anniversary of The Courier Volume 1 Number 1. RCAF Cold Lake’s community newspaper made its first appearance on November 22, 1967. Its offices were right where they are today: in the Centennial Centre, also known as Building 67. Actually The Courier’s very first appearance was shortly after the base opened in 1954, but it didn’t manage to last. It was revived in 1967, giving Cold Lake military personnelRead More