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Snow removal in Fort McMurray begins this Sunday, December 9th. Message boards will be posted in the area to alert all residents to remove their vehicles from the streets. Removal will begin on primary and secondary routes in the following … Continue reading
The Alberta Electric System Operator is asking us all to be as energy-conscious as possible. The province set an all-time record for energy use on Monday as we collectively cranked our AC units. Electricity usage soars with heat wave.
With the new mortgage rules taking effect in a week, Joint Ventures may begin to increase in popularity. JVs are business agreements where parties agree to develop a new entity and new assets by contributing equity. They exercise control over … Continue reading
Residents are advised to be cautious if venturing near the
These scams aren’t anything new. Kijiji has warned unsuspecting tenants for years, we blogged about the rental scam on kijiji awhile ago. It seems the scam seems to have a resurgence however. We Realtors warn renters of online scammers.
It’s spring time again!! While we’re all enjoying the warm weather over the long weekend, the municipality is warning us all of the pendingRiver breakup. They’ve announced their public awareness campaign to ensure residents are prepared for this year’s breakup.
Wood Buffalo RCMP are looking for the male driver of a dodge truck who struck a pedestrian in the Hillside Gardens area off Signal Road in the afternoon of June 26. Anyone with information about this incident should contact the … Continue reading
The Municipality announced that, effective immediately, the Richardson Bridge and Firebag Bridge are closed to all traffic due to structural damage suffered from the wildfires.
Around 12:30 pm this afternoon, a southbound CN train derailed carrying sulfur.
– don’t worry, at least this link is working Sleepover on the Hill: MPs debate Canada Post Strike back-to-work bill. For those who don’t have have e-bills or auto-draws for your bills, you should contact them all directly…