The approval of more than $5 million in funding has the Town of Cochrane officially ready to start working on a number of mitigation and erosion control projects planned for the Jumpingpound Creek and the Bow River.
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A wish list with a price tag of $45 million.
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Last week, Alberta Finance Minister, Doug Horner announced a surplus budget — the first in the last seven years.
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A new partnership between the city and Shell Canada will see $400,000 pumped into community projects over the coming three years.
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Town councillor Jeff Toews spent several hours in the main lobby of the Spray Lakes Family Sports Centre fielding questions from the public while promoting the proposed aquatic centre and curling rink, Feb. 8, and said the general interest was quite positive.
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There were no surprise questions directed at transportation minister and Grande Prairie-Wapiti MLA Wayne Drysdale, as he sat before the Grande Prairie County Council meeting Monday.
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Editor’s Note: Logan Clow had chance to talk to Peace River’s recently-elected Mayor Tom Tarpey about his vision for Peace River in 2014.
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After a hectic construction season in 2013, the city’s capital projects manager is hoping for a “busy but doable” year in 2014.
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New environmental rules will make parts of the Manyberries oilfield more difficult to develop, say officials with the City of Medicine Hat, but they disputed an initial federal analysis that says millions in revenue could be lost over 10 years.
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Work that will put a fresher face on the front steps of city hall, as well as stop water seepage into the underground parkade, is nearing completion.
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