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Each week we will be featuring a local business in a post on our website. The business will also be featured on the top page of our online Directory. This week’s feature business is B and L Tire Service located at 85 7th Street. The business is locally owned & operated by Bill and Lynn Cooke and employs two full-time employees. B and L Tire has been in business in our community for 25 years.

B & L Tire Service offers a variety of high-quality tires at affordable prices. Your tires are one of the most important parts of your automobile, so make sure that you take good care of them. We can also help you find the right tires for the summer and winter season. Stay safe by stopping by today!

Our small-town businesses contribute significantly to our local economy through the taxes they pay and people they employ. Our business owners live work and play in our community and have a vested interest in the future of our town. Congratulations to Bill & Lynn Cooke, and Staff of B and L Tire Service, and thanks for 25 years of contributions to our local economy.

Town of Gull Lake

Street Paving to Commence Next Week

Gull Lake Paving 3rd Street 2015

Mobile Paving will be in town next Thursday to commence paving Rodger Aldag Avenue from Main Street to 5th Street. Crews will return at a later date to pave Queens Avenue from 2nd street to 5th street. Additionally, concrete curb and gutter will be installed on the east side of Queens Avenue between 2nd Street and 3rd street. Street repairs will also be made on the following streets:

  • Lake Avenue by the Gull Lake Recreation Complex
  • Price Avenue by the Kreative Kidz Early Learning Centre
  • Grey Street by the Gull Lake Special Care Centre

Mobile Paving was the successful tender of the paving project with a bid of $322,982.00. 

Mayor Campbell

Commemorative Plaque to be Placed at the Cenotaph

Gull Lake Legion Cenotaph

Last year Council received a request from Mr. Tom Frook to proclaim August 9th of each year, “Captain Keith Mirau Day” in the Town of Gull Lake. Captain Mirau was killed in a Syrian missile strike in 1974 along with 8 other airmen. It was because of this tragedy that the National Peacekeepers’ Day came into being. The proclamation was made last year proclaiming August 9th of each year as, “Captain Keith Mirau Day” in Gull Lake.

Earlier this year, Town Council consulted with the Gull Lake Legion about placing a commemorative plaque at the Cenotaph with the proclamation engraved on it. Town Council has approved the purchase of the plaque, and it will be placed in the Cenotaph in time for, “Captain Kieth Miaru Day.”

On Captain Kieth Miaru Day all citizens are called upon to recognize the efforts of all those who serve our country with honour.

Mayor Campbell

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