Clark Builders will be responsible for getting the Grande Prairie Regional Hospital open. Infrastructure Minister Sandra Jansen confirmed on Twitter Friday afternoon that construction company will be the new construction manager for the project.
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A pedestrian bridge expected to link Maskwôtêh Park to the grounds of the new hospital may move ahead as planned. It was decided on the third day of budget talks that the city would continue to fund the project, pending the budget’s final approval.
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People in Grande Prairie may see their taxes go down next year. Based on the decisions made in budget talks over the last two days, the city is projecting a 2.69 per cent tax decrease in 2019.
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Seventy potentially abandoned vehicles were found in Grande Prairie in one week. That’s what Enforcement Services Supervisor Sergeant Ross Gear says. Every year around this time, officers hit the streets to make sure vehicles are moved and there is a clear path for snow plows.
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City council discontinued their appeal to the Municipal Government Board (MGB) for the county’s Correction Line West Area Structure Plan during a meeting Monday.
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The Government of Alberta has chosen a new contractor for the Grande Prairie Regional Hospital project after firing former contractor Graham Construction in September.
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The City of Grande Prairie allowed traffic on 100 Avenue between 101 Street and 102 Street Monday after being closed for construction since May.
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County council approved the development permit for six scheduled auto racing events near Beaverlodge next year, despite citizen noise complaints, during its meeting Monday.
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The County of Grande Prairie entered into a partnership Monday for Phase One of the Rural Transportation Pilot Program, which will provide public transportation between Grande Prairie, Clairmont and Sexsmith.
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The Grande Prairie Downtown Association asked that downtown businesses receive tax relief to compensate for lost revenue during the recent construction.
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