Continued delays at the federal level in putting in place funds for the River Valley park system will most likely be postponing the construction of two major trails meant to provide safe access for pedestrians to Voyageur Park and the Lions Campground.
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EDMONTON – Community leader Sol Rolingher is putting together the $50 million in private funds needed to spark Edmonton’s boldest vision, a canal in our downtown river valley.
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Edmonton’s south west Heritage Valley area is growing at a steady pace.
The Allard community, within the neighbourhood, is increasingly becoming a popular choice for new homebuyers in Edmonton.
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A third bridge crossing may not be in the city’s plans for the next 20 years, but further development will have an impact on the uniqueness and importance of the Lethbridge river valley regardless of the timeline, say a pair of frequent coulee users.
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EDMONTON – A $35-million project to whisk visitors from 104th Street down the steep banks of the North Saskatchewan River is set to be complete by 2016, although details about what the lift will look like — and be called — must still be decided.
The idea of building a gondola, elevated tram, or funicular that runs from downtown into the Rossdale community has been discussed for years.
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A unique housing proposal is back on track in Black Diamond and Turner Valley giving residents a chance to be in the driver’s seat to build a new multi-family development in one of the communities.
A meeting will be held in Black Diamond on Dec. 8 to give residents interested in joining a proposed cohousing project in the area an opportunity to learn more about the concept and join a group looking to build a project in the area.
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