There are many scholarships for Cold Lake students. If you are searching for scholarships for a particular
high school located in Cold Lake, please select the appropriate school from the list below.
The scholarship database contains scholarships for Cold Lake students in the following categories:
Cold Lake High School Scholarships
Cold Lake College Scholarships
Cold Lake University Scholarships
Breakthrough Junior Challenge
Deadline: Jun 25, 2023
BBPA National Scholarship
Deadline: Jul 03, 2023
Bayer Fund Opportunity Scholarship
Deadline: Jun 08, 2023
Golf Canada Foundation Scholarships
Deadline: Jun 12, 2023
Canadian Hydrographic Association Award
Deadline: Jun 30, 2023
OYF Memorial Scholarship
Deadline: Jun 30, 2023
For School Specific Scholarships, select one of the schools below:
Assumption Junior Senior High School
Cold Lake Off-Campus School
Grand Centre High School
Lakeland Christian Academy
Trinity Christian School-Grand Centre
The city of Cold Lake was first recorded on a 1790 map, by the name of Coldwater Lake. Originally three communities, Cold Lake was formed by combining the Town of Grand Centre, the Town of Cold Lake, and Medley (Canadian Forces Base 4 Wing) on October 1, 1996. The original Cold Lake is referred to as Cold Lake North and Grand Centre was renamed Cold Lake South. Because of its origins, the region is also called the Tri-Town.
The economy of the city is inextricably connected to military spending at CFB Cold Lake. The area likewise supports gas and oil production and exploration. The Athabasca Oil Sands project in Fort McMurray is having a growing influence in the region also. The Cold Lake oil sands could become an important contributor to the local economy.
Cold Lake holds an annual event for military forces from all-around the globe referred to as Exercise Maple Flag. It is a training exercise where NATO support staff and pilots could use the Air Weapons Range and relatively open rural air space. Running from 4 to 6 weeks and starting in May of every year, commercial accommodations in the whole region are left with little to no vacancy. This annual exercise contributes a substantial amount of capital into these businesses and various hospitality-related industries.
Canadian Forces Base Cold Lake, commonly known as CFB Cold Lake, is a Canadian Forces Base situated within the City of Cold Lake, Alberta. It is operated as an air force base by the Royal Canadian Air Force and is amongst two bases within the country making use of the CF-18 Hornet fighter/interceptor. Its primary lodger unit is 4 Wing.
Civilian passenger service was accessible through the Medley passenger terminal on the periphery of the air base. The regularly scheduled air service between the civilian terminal and Calgary was canceled in June 2011. Civilian air traffic that is unscheduled is often directed to the Cold Lake Regional Airport. The facility is named Cold Lake/Group Captain R.W. McNair Airport. It is amongst just three military aerodromes within the nation to be named after an individual, Valcartier Heliport and Moose Jaw/Air Vice Marshal C.M. McEwen Airport being the others.