The municipality will begin lobbying the provincial and
federal governments for support on the East Clearwater Highway, after council
voted to designate the proposed route as “the primary transportation priority
in the RMWB.”
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Council is debating a motion that, if passed, will give the
municipality greater regulatory oversight towards oilsands camps.
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In one of the great contrarian investments of our time,
billionaires such as Murray Edwards and Li Ka-Shing are pouring money into
Alberta’s oil sands.
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A court has approved a $17.7 million loan to complete
construction of the Hillview Condominium complex, ruling it is the only way to
get the homes rebuilt if no other options have been presented.
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At its first general meeting, the head of the Wood Buffalo
Economic Development Corporation told a room of business and community leaders
his plan for bringing investment to Wood Buffalo.
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The condo board overseeing a rebuild of a Fort McMurray
building destroyed in a 2016 wildfire is heading to court this week to try and
get approval for a financing plan that some condo owners say could decimate
Read more: https://bit.ly/2XlgAB6
Dunvegan Gardens is shutting down all of its operations in
Wood Buffalo, more than a year after council rejected major amendments that
would have allowed the Draper business to expand operations.
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The proposed East Clearwater Highway will be in the agenda
at the next council meeting on July 8
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Residents are invited to meet with municipal staff or fill
out an online survey to share their vision for downtown.
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The proposed moratorium on work camps within 75 kilometres
of Fort McMurray is defeated.
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