Tuesday, June 28, 2022

Tag: government of Alberta

New Leduc interchange at QEII Highway to begin construction this summer

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The Government of Alberta announced that construction on a new interchange at Queen Elizabeth II (QEII) Highway and 65 Avenue in Leduc is expected...

Alberta supports pilot project to test technology for wastewater plant upgrades

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The Government of Alberta announced that the Town of Sundre will receive a one-time grant of $7.5 million for upgrades to its wastewater treatment...

Infrastructure drives Alberta’s 2022 Capital Plan

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Over the next three years, taxpayers will spend $20.2 billion building for the future as laid out in Budget 2022’s Capital Plan. These projects will...

Shovels in the ground for Red Deer recovery community

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Construction is starting on the new 75-bed recovery community in Red Deer, which will provide long-term holistic residential treatment for people with addiction and...

Redefined procurement strategy moves Calgary’s Green Line forward

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The Green Line Board is moving the Green Line LRT project forward, with the support of the Government of Alberta, following an extensive project...

Canada’s Largest Solar Energy Facility Now Operational in Alberta

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Capstone Infrastructure Corporation along with partner Obton A/S, have achieved operational status for the 132MWac Claresholm Solar Project, which is now producing clean, renewable...

Combination of construction and restoration for law buildings in Alberta

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Constructing a new Court of Appeal facility and restoring Alberta's historic court building in Calgary will improve access to justice infrastructure while supporting approximately...

Infrastructure investments of $3 billion for capital maintenance in Alberta

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The Alberta government is spending $3 billion over three years to extend the life of key provincial infrastructure across Alberta. With nearly $300 million more...

Infrastructure investments to build 14 new schools in Alberta

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Alberta’s government is providing $268 million for school construction in the province, including new schools in Calgary, Camrose, Edmonton, Lethbridge, Manning, and Red Deer....

Healthcare infrastructure spending on the horizon in Alberta

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Alberta's Budget 2021 is supporting several healthcare infrastructure projects across the province, including the vital expansion of the neonatal intensive care unit at Calgary’s...
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