On Tuesday Dec. 8, 2020, Fort Saskatchewan City Council approved the 2021 Operating budget at $78.8 million and the 2021 Capital budget at $9.7 million. During the November budget deliberations meetings, Council passed motions which effectively reduced the 2021 proposed operating budget by $274,490.
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The City of Fort Saskatchewan’s Economic Development Department provided an update on the City’s current economic state and future in light of the coronavirus pandemic.
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There will be a municipal election on Oct.18, 2021.
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CALGARY — Inter Pipeline Ltd. says it will shell out $1 billion in capital expenditures in 2021 as it pushes to finish its petrochemical plant.
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Strathcona County is trying to make the deal even sweeter to attract more industrial projects to Alberta’s Industrial Heartland.
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Many outlying communities saw strong sales last month for single-family homes, the most recent data shows, indicating growing demand for the segment that typically offers buyers more value for their dollars when purchasing outside Edmonton’s city limits.
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A new fire station may be in the works for the city, with a twist.
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Fort Saskatchewan council is trying to stop taxes from going up.
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Municipalities around the heartland have teamed up.
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The first official day of budget discussions in Fort Saskatchewan has come and gone.
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