Heartland downstream companies such as Field Upgrading and MEG Energy could benefit from the province’s $1-billion technology support for partial upgrading.
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The future of the Fort rests with its small-town charm and sense of community, according to a municipal engagement study.
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Construction of the Fort’s new skateboard park could be happening as soon as this fall thanks in part to an additional commitment from the city of up to $90,000.
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Businesses are budding with interest about pot’s potential in the Fort.
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Strathcona County reported a massive surplus in 2017.
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Grandstand construction will soon get underway on Fort Saskatchewan’s new high performance sports field.
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The next step in twinning the Hwy 15 bridge has begun.
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A State of the City address to the north played well for Strathcona County industry.
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A contract has been renewed between Bruderheim and Strathcona County.
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It is now a bit easier to get around Southfort businesses.
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