Attracting heavy industrial investments to the local Industrial Heartland is going to be even tougher now that a Republican-backed tax bill is moving forward.
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New labour legislation will result in direct costs to businesses, as well as changes in youth job duties.
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Property renters are catching a break in Fort Saskatchewan.
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Despite some unexpected delays, Sturgeon County council has passed its 2018 budget, which includes a tax increase of less than a percent.
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This time last year, I was writing my year in review column from my bed, as I was battling the worst flu of my life — a flu that forced me to miss the first part of January at the News, as it had me bed-ridden for three weeks.
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There was no way to wipe the smile off of Ian MacGregor’s face.
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Council members raised concerns regarding reduced lot sizes, parking and a school site, after county administration presented proposals for Summerwood north.
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Bruderheim is looking to increase their status in Alberta’s Industrial Heartland Association (AIHA).
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While the county will see a 2.18-per-cent decrease in 2018, county administration predicts an overall tax decrease over the next three years.
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Producing 200,000 barrels of crude oil per day and opening a new energy-efficient facility are some the benefits Imperial Oil provides to Strathcona County.
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