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High-Quality Eye Care Close to Home:
Find Us in Bonnyville & St. Paul

Since 1998, Lakeland Family Eyecare has had one goal: to provide our patients with high-quality eye care right here at home! Our involvement in local communities has given us a unique perspective of our patients’ needs and a special appreciation for the families we serve.

Serving Local Families

We strive to build strong, long-lasting relationships with our patients so we can provide personalized service to each unique individual.

Educating our patients about proper eye care is important to us. Since most vision loss is irreversible, we emphasize preventative care.

We believe that children must trust their optometrist so they can learn to maintain healthy, life-long, eye-friendly habits. Our clinic is designed to be warm and welcoming to keep our littlest patients comfortable and happy while here.

Meet Your Eye Care Team

Dr. Trevor Pilipchuk
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Dr. Trevor Pilipchuk

Optometrist & Owner

Dr. Sean Moir
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Dr. Sean Moir

Optometrist & Owner

Dr. Neil Hodinsky
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Dr. Neil Hodinsky

Optometrist & Owner

Dr. Alanna Wilson
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Dr. Alanna Wilson

Optometrist & Owner

Our Community Involvement

We are excited to engage in many local events and organizations from all over Bonnyville and St. Paul, and we’re always looking for more ways to contribute.

Do you know an event or organization that would benefit from our support? Contact us and let us know!

Thank you for allowing us to be so involved. Your support and appreciation mean so much to us.

Our Sponsored Events, Organizations, & Sports Teams

  • KidSport
  • Haying in the 30’s
  • St. Paul’s Hospital Foundation Gala
  • St. Paul Animal Shelter
  • St. Paul Minor Hockey
  • St. Paul Minor Ball
  • St. Paul Soccer Association
  • St. Paul Fish & Game Association
  • Vilna Fish and Game Association
  • Ducks Unlimited
  • St. Paul Jr. B Canadiens
  • Glen Avon Grade 9 Science Award
  • Elk Point Ambulance
  • St. Paul Farmerettes Bonspiel
  • Goodridge Fire Department
  • Champions for Change
  • St. Paul Archery Association
  • Ecole Mallaig Kindergarten
  • St. Paul Junior Curling Club
  • St. Paul Curling Association
  • St. Paul Gymnastics Club
  • Bonnyville Health Foundation
  • Ronald McDonald House Charities Northern Alberta
  • Iron River School Parent Advisory Committee
  • Bonnyville Canadian Native Friendship Centre
  • St. Paul & District 4-H Club
  • St. Paul Golf Club
  • St. Paul ELKS
  • Eldorado Air Gun Club
  • St. Paul Ag Society – LRA Finals
  • United Lakeland Volleyball Club
  • St. Paul MS Walk
  • St. Paul Canadiens Peewee hockey team
  • St. Paul Regional High School Biology 30 Award
  • St. Paul Friends of Playschool
  • Elementary School Kindergarten
  • Ecole du Sommet Kindergarten
  • Ecole du Sommet Playground
  • St. Paul Community Family Benefit
  • St. Paul Elementary School Spring Fling
  • St. Paul and District Arts Foundation
  • Iron Horse Ultra 100
  • St. Paul Food Bank
  • Optometry Giving Sight – World Sight Day
  • Ride to Conquer Cancer
  • Canadian Vision Care
  • Bonnyville Ladies’ Golf Club – Charity Golf Tournament
  • Bonnyville Boys and Girls Club
  • Bonnyville Oil Ladies
  • Bonnyville Amateur Football Association – Scott MacDonald Memorial
  • Lakeland Regional Career Expo
  • Bonnyville Fire Department
  • Ardmore School
  • Ecole Dr. Brosseau School
  • Hope of the Lakeland
  • Bonnyville Jr. A Pontiacs Hockey
  • Bonnyville Seniors Club
  • Bonnyville Centralized High School
  • Optometry Giving Sight – World Sight Day
  • MS Society of Canada
  • Canadian Vision Care Sponsor and Participant
  • Kindness in Action Sponsor and Participant
  • Lions Club Calendar
  • AAA Roadrunners Hockey
  • Notre Dame Elementary School
  • Bonnyville Festival of Trees
  • Ecole des Beaux-Lacs School
  • Bonnyville Golf Club organization
  • The Stollery
  • Bonnyville Minor Hockey
  • Lakeland Panthers

Find Us In Bonnyville & St. Paul

Bonnyville

Find us on the corner of Main & 52nd Street, across from Westline Autowash.

  • 5201 50 Avenue
  • Bonnyville, AB T9N 2G6

St. Paul

You can find us on 51st Avenue, next to the Fire Hall.

  • 4916 51 Avenue
  • St. Paul, AB T0A 3A0

Our Blog

How Often Should My Child Have an Eye Exam?

Children’s Eye Care, Eye Exams

Eye exams are an important part of maintaining good eye health, and this is especially true for children. As they grow and develop, their vision can change rapidly, making regular eye exams essential. However, several factors can influence how often your child should have an eye exam. These include their age, family history of eye […]

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June 17, 2024
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When Should My Child Have Their First Eye Exam?

Children’s Eye Care, Eye Exams

The Alberta Optometric Association recommends that children have their first comprehensive eye exam between 6 and 9 months of age, the second between 2 and 5 years old, and then every year after that. However, if your child is exhibiting any symptoms of vision problems or has a family history of certain eye conditions, they may need to have their first eye exam earlier. […]

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June 3, 2024
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Can Dry Eyes Cause Blurriness?

Dry Eye

Many of us take our vision for granted until something goes wrong. Blurring vision can be troubling and confusing for millions suffering from it. Could dry eye be causing your vision to blur?  Yes, dry eyes can cause blurred vision. What can you do about it? Lakeland Family Eyecare is here to help! We’ll explain […]

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April 29, 2024
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A boy undergoes a slit lamp exam during an eye exam.

Eye exams are an important part of maintaining good eye health, and this is especially true for children. As they grow and develop, their vision can change rapidly, making regular eye exams essential. However, several factors can influence how often your child should have an eye exam. These include their age, family history of eye […]

Read More… from How Often Should My Child Have an Eye Exam?

A female optometrist uses a slit lamp to examine a young boy's eyes

The Alberta Optometric Association recommends that children have their first comprehensive eye exam between 6 and 9 months of age, the second between 2 and 5 years old, and then every year after that. However, if your child is exhibiting any symptoms of vision problems or has a family history of certain eye conditions, they may need to have their first eye exam earlier. […]

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A man in a hoodie rubbing his eyes due to eye dryness.

Many of us take our vision for granted until something goes wrong. Blurring vision can be troubling and confusing for millions suffering from it. Could dry eye be causing your vision to blur?  Yes, dry eyes can cause blurred vision. What can you do about it? Lakeland Family Eyecare is here to help! We’ll explain […]

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