Proponents of keeping condos and residential developments
away from the Snye and riverfront area celebrated council’s unanimous decision
to rezone the area, but are hoping the waterfront’s history is preserved.
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Wood Buffalo’s first census since the May 2016 wildfire and
the global crash in oil prices in late 2014 shows the population has dropped
more than 10 per cent since the results of the last census were released in
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TORONTO — A new study indicates dust from homes in Ford
McMurray, Alta., had normal levels of indoor contaminants a year after a
devastating forest fire hit the city, suggesting residents did not face an
elevated health risk in the aftermath of the blaze.
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At council’s first meeting of 2019, an update on the
Competitive Procurement Audit Action Plan for the fourth quarter of 2018 turned
into a discussion about prioritizing local businesses for municipal contracts.
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Council voted unanimously to rezone the waterfront area
along downtown Fort McMurray for commercial development, as well as
redistricting a Franklin Avenue property at Tuesday’s council meeting.
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Council will discuss rezoning the waterfront area along
downtown Fort McMurray for development, as well as redistricting a Franklin
Avenue property at Tuesday’s council meeting.
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The unemployment rate for the Wood Buffalo-Cold Lake area
continues to drop, now sitting at 5.1 for the first time since late 2014.
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A long-awaited helipad at the Northern Lights Regional
Health Centre (NLRHC) is expected to become operational sometime in February.
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The mayor of Canada’s oilsands capital says one of his
priorities for 2019 is changing the way Canadians look at Fort McMurray.
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The past year was when Fort McMurray and the oilsands got
“absolutely shattered,” says Fort McMurray-Conklin MLA Tany Yao.
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