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Extreme cold to stick around another week

Keep those hand warmers handy, this extreme cold snap is sticking around for another week. Environment Canada issued an extreme cold warning on Saturday, February 2. As of Saturday, February 9 that extreme cold warning remains in effect for most of Alberta. Environment Ca...

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Oversize load traveling through area

Drivers should expect delays as we start the work week off with an oversize load coming through Fort Saskatchewan. It is a 728 tonne, 48 metre long piece of petrochemical equipment, known as a polypropylene reactor being moved from Edmonton to the Heartland over a four day p...

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Province invests $6M into affordable housing project in the Fort

Low income families and seniors in Fort Saskatchewan will soon have access to new safe, modern and affordable housing. The Alberta government announced its $6M investment into the affordable housing project on Friday, February 8. A four-storey apartment building will be co...

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Black History Month: Students encouraged to envision a better world

Fort Saskatchewan students create their own "I Have a Dream" statements as part of a project inspired by Martin Luther King Jr. Carole Bossert, a Grade 1 teacher at SouthPointe Elementary School has committed to celebrate Black History Month with her students, believing that ...

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Fort students helping children halfway around the world

Fort Saskatchewan Christian students are raising money to build a playground in the Ukraine. The Grade 3 students took on the fundraising project with the goal of improving the lives of children in the village of Prostore, Ukraine. While the study of Ukraine culture and ge...

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Petrochemical facility bringing thousands of jobs to the Heartland

A final decision has been made to move forward with the petrochemical upgrading facility in Sturgeon County. It is official, Canada Kuwait Petrochemical Corporation (CKPC), which includes Pembina Pipeline Corp., a Calgary based company has made a final investment decision to ...

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Get ready to book your camping trips

It may feel a bit too cold to think about camping right now, but Alberta Parks have opened online campsite reservations. Starting 9 a.m. on Monday, February 4 campers can log onto Reserve.AlbertaParks.ca and start booking their group camping areas. At 9 a.m. on Fe...

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Extreme cold to last a few more days

Much of Alberta remains under an extreme cold warning. After getting hit with 15-30 cm of snow over the weekend, February 2-3, much of central and northern Alberta went into a deep freeze. Environment Canada issued an extreme cold warning on Saturday, February 2, with the...

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Travel advisory issued for central Alberta

Some areas could get hit with up to 30 cm of snow by Sunday. Environment Canada has issued a snowfall and/or winter storm warning for most of central Alberta. Starting today, January 31, heavy snowfall is expected to make its way across the province. Areas could get hit wi...

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Mental health matters

Today is Bell Let's Talk Day 2019. The hashtag #BellLetsTalk is trending all over social media and this initiative last year resulted in Bell committing almost $7M more for mental health. In conjunction with this awareness day, ThreeSixty wanted to provide you with mental...

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