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Multiple oversized loads heading through area

There will be road closures in the Fort this week. There is petrochemical equipment being moved to the Industrial Heartland over the course of four days. Several pieces being moved including a 293-tonne, 116 metre long de-propanizer and two gas fires heaters. All piec...

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Snowfall warning issued for central Alberta

You might want to grab a shovel. Environment Canada issued a snowfall warning for Friday, March 8 saying the general snowfall amount would be 10 - 15 cm, with some areas getting hit with 20 - 25 cm of heavy snow by late afternoon. The snow has been falling at a rate of 2-5...

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Oversize load moving through the area

An oversize load will be transported from Edmonton to the Heartland area starting tonight. The piece of petrochemical equipment, which is known as a polypropylene reactor is 728-tones and 48 metres long. It was scheduled to be moved earlier this month but was delayed due to the...

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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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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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Oversize load traveling through area this weekend

Heads up if you're traveling from Edmonton to Fort Saskatchewan this weekend, an over size load could disrupt traffic. A 682-tonne, 63 metre long piece of petrochemical development equipment, known as a de-ethanizer stripper is being moved from Edmonton to the Industrial ...

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