Public input sought on southern Alberta land-use plan that will ‘shape your backyard’

Public consultations will be held in Calgary on Tuesday toward development of a sweeping plan that will shape the southern Alberta landscape for decades to come.

The South Saskatchewan Regional Plan, which will guide future decisions, comprises an area spanning 83,764 square kilometres from just north of Calgary to the Canada-United States border, and is bounded by the Rocky Mountains to the west and the Alberta-Saskatchewan boundary to the east.

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