She added schools across the province, introduced the phrase “family care clinics” into provincial lexicon and took up the cause of Alberta’s energy resources on the world stage. In fewer than 900 days as premier, Alison Redford also left the Klein-era days of eschewing debt in Alberta in the dust. We take a look at the leadership legacy of Alberta’s 14th premier.
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“Why don’t I live here?”
According to mayor Stephen Lindop, this is the question many will ask themselves, as Devon undergoes numerous initiatives, which will positively grow and transform the town.
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As Alison Redford stepped down from the stage, her message on northern Alberta’s development was clear: Everybody has a part to play.
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The Town of Okotoks will spend $100,000 over the next two years to draw up a new plan to ensure holds onto its sustainable principles as it grows into the future.
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The American economy is being reshaped along the booming industries of technology and energy, according to new rankings of America’s Best Performing Cities by the Milken Institute.
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CALGARY – Business owners across Alberta are more optimistic about the future than this time last year, according to the semi-annual BMO Small Business Confidence Report released Monday.
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Warm summer nights in Calgary are usually filled with the noise of children playing outside, the smell of backyard barbecues and adults re-connecting with neighbours. That’s not happening in a number of city neighbourhoods this year.
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The future of the Old Gaol grounds are still very much up in the air.
The decision about whether or not to demolish the historic site came before council at the July 9 meeting, and some had hoped it would be the last time the issue would be discussed.
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A plan for design guidelines for soon-to-come Cochrane neighbourhoods was unanimously approved during May 13’s council meeting.
The Integrated Neighbourhood Design Guidelines were developed to provide goals for residents and developers to meet, and to provide options on how to achieve those goals.
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A new image will soon appear on signboards, vehicles and mail reflecting big changes in Turner Valley.
Turner Valley town council approved a new brand for the Town at its April 15 meeting focusing on a commitment to environmental stewardship, promoting its proximity to the Kananaskis and embracing the culture in the area.
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