A combined $6-million funding announcement for people enduring difficult rebuilds of homes destroyed in the May 2016 wildfires is being greeted with skepticism by property owners of an Abasand condo project.
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Proposed amendments to Wood Buffalo’s bylaw determining where cannabis retailers can go within Fort McMurray were defeated in a tie vote at Tuesday’s council meeting.
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Council will discuss a request for funds from the Fort McKay Métis Community Association for a community pavilion at Tuesday’s meeting.
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Imperial Oil says it’s proceeding with the development of its $2.6-billion Aspen oil sands project, about 45 kilometres northeast of Fort McMurray.
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Landmark Cinemas is putting the final touches on the new theatre at the Commons in Eagle Ridge as they prepare for its Friday grand opening.
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Two and a half years after the May 2016 wildfires, homes continue to see a steady rebuild in Fort McMurray, with many more expected to be complete in the near future.
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Two new oilsands projects with the combined capacity to produce up to 200,000 barrels per day have been approved by the Alberta Energy Regulator but proponent Imperial Oil Ltd. isn’t saying when or if it will build them.
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The number of people unemployed in the Wood Buffalo-Cold Lake region continues to drop as October’s unemployment rate fell to 5.5 per cent, compared to September’s 5.9 per cent.
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Owners of a Fort McMurray condo project entangled in lawsuits and plagued by delays are becoming increasingly desperate.
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Landmark cinemas is hosting the grand opening of its new theatre at the Commons in Eagle Ridge on Friday, Nov. 9, 2018.
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