Guardian Law Group LLP has received a growing number of
inquiries surrounding the $11 million-plus lawsuit launched against the Excel
Homes Limited Partnership for homes developed in a Heartland (Cochrane) neighbourhood.
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The Fort Saskatchewan Fire Station has officially
transitioned to 24-hour service.
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Strathcona County has voted unanimously to reject a regional
transit plan that would have seen all 13 Edmonton-area municipalities
contributing to one transit service.
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There’s one pipeline that has been flying under the radar,
but it has one Heartland company excited about future growth.
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Continuing the booming petrochemical industry in Alberta’s
Industrial Heartland, Dow Canada will inject more than $250 million to expand
upon its Fort Saskatchewan operations.
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If activity seen in the last year keeps up, Alberta’s
Industrial Heartland could almost double the value of investments seen so far,
with $30 billion in new capital investments by 2030.
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A new regional report is urging the 13 towns, counties and
cities of Greater Edmonton to get their acts together and set up a regional
public transit service.
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CALGARY — U.S. chemical producer Dow Inc. has approved an
expansion of its Alberta petrochemical facilities expected to cost between
US$200 million and US$225 million.
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In Dec., 2019, the Government of Alberta approved the
uncontested annexation agreement between the City of Fort Saskatchewan and
Strathcona County, which saw Fort Saskatchewan acquire 952.32 hectares of land
from the County as well as a handful of new residents. On Jan. 23 those new
Fort Saskatchewan residents were invited to join the Mayor and Council at the
Shell Theatre for a meet, greet and information session to welcome residents to
the City. Booths were set up in the Shell Theatre lobby to help acquaint the
new residents to the services, programs and licences in Fort Saskatchewan.
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In the nearly six months since a four-storey apartment was
evacuated in Fort Saskatchewan, the condo’s president is hopeful owners can
repair the building, and its lawyer said that repair could take up to seven
months and cost millions of dollars.
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