Water conscience residents could be hit the hardest by a proposed plan to update the city’s water and wastewater rates.
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The Fort Air Partnership has a new tool in its air monitoring tool belt.
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Regulations around cannabis retail, production and distribution are underway in the Fort.
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Fort resident Doug Jones isn’t a happy camper.
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Two pot companies are officially eyeing up Fort Saskatchewan once marijuana becomes legal in Canada, according to the Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission website.
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The twinning of Hwy 15 is still a big topic in Fort Saskatchewan.
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Strathcona County residents can expect to save a whopping $34 per year on residential taxes.
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The Fort’s new $3.4 million park and ride officially opened to much fanfare.
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Fort residential property owners will be seeing less than one per cent more in taxes this year.
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Fort Saskatchewan’s 2018 tax bylaw is officially on the books.
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