The Royal Canadian Legion may be a few dollars short, but the physical work on phase 1 of the reenvisioned Community Cenotaph Park will soon start. Unless things change within the next few weeks, phase 2 will have to be delayed until the 2018 construction season.
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Lamont County is the setting for a new, 850-car rail storage and repair site.
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Regardless of some bumps in the road, Alberta Midland Railway Terminal Ltd. (AMRT) is gearing up to service Alberta’s Industrial Heartland.
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For residents and construction workers looking to make changes to property, a specific permit might be required.
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A new regional trail system is almost complete.
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60 intersections are becoming safer for pedestrians.
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Local northern food processors are reaping the rewards of the Growing Forward 2 program.
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Draft engineering plans have been released this month by the province’s Transportation Department for the twinning of the Highway 15 bridge as well as the overall transportation network involving the intersection at Highway 15, 37, and 825.
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Even though the city usually focuses on servicing the living, it’s now planning for the dead for the next 25 years.
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The Alberta government is now examining a proposal it received last month for the next expansion phase of the over-budget and behind-schedule Sturgeon Refinery project.
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