Town of Coaldale

Located just east of Lethbridge, the Town of Coaldale, Alberta, was originally settled in part to serve the large cattle ranching operations emerging in the region which took advantage of the tall, nutritional native grasses and fertile loam soils. Coaldale in particular served as a pivotal shipping point for the industry in [...]

2021-12-14T19:43:14+00:00

G. E. Booth Wastewater Treatment Plant

The Region of Peel’s G.E. Booth Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) is one of the largest wastewater treatment facilities in Canada. It serves Peel’s expanding population, which is projected to grow from its current 1.25 million to 1.57 million by 2031, and 2.94 million by 2041. Located in southeast Mississauga, the G.E. Booth [...]

2021-12-14T19:22:38+00:00

Town of Drayton Valley Aquatic Facility

When the community of Drayton Valley’s 35-year-old pool started to show its age, the Alberta community set in motion a plan to rebuild a facility that would serve the community for years to come. Following the successful receipt of a $7.5 million-grant from the Government of Canada’s Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program [...]

2021-11-08T00:39:33+00:00

Big Lakes County

Sprawling landscape, and natural beauty as far as the eye can see, Big Lakes County showcases the best of Canadian nature. Located in northern Alberta, the County expands over 13,942 square kilometers of area. With a diverse region characterized by farmland, lush forests, and, of course, big lakes (Lesser Slave Lake, Winagami [...]

2021-06-28T23:31:56+00:00

City of Lethbridge – Legacy Park

74 acres, 4 kilometres of pathway, 1,300 trees, and endless opportunities. The City of Lethbridge’s Legacy Park has something for everyone. Guided by its mantra "to be a healthy, attractive and economically viable City”, the Lethbridge, AB City Council, has given its residents a Park that incorporates sports, festivals, leisure, and nature. [...]

2021-05-07T02:20:09+00:00

City of London Takes On Veteran Homelessness

In February 2021, the City of London, ON, made history as the first community in Canada to functionally end veteran homelessness as part of the Built for Zero Canada campaign. By sharing how they achieved this, the City hopes it won’t be the last. Mayor Ed Holder believes a community is measured [...]

2021-05-07T02:08:21+00:00

District of Lake Country

By Dave Carpenter With three large water bodies within its boundaries: Okanagan Lake, Wood Lake and Kalamalka Lake, it’s no surprise where the District of Lake Country got its name. At the north end of Kelowna, the District of Lake Country has a lot going for it right out of the gates: [...]

2020-11-29T23:44:23+00:00

Town of Lumsden & Wastewater Treatment Facility Project

New Wastewater Treatment Facility Opens Town To Growth By Tina Costanza The Town of Lumsden, Saskatchewan, will no longer be forced to restrict its population growth, now that a new wastewater treatment facility is replacing an aging sewage lagoon system that’s unable to expand. The new facility, which could meet the needs [...]

2020-08-12T22:10:14+00:00

City of Abbotsford’s 25th Anniversary

Growth Continues For Abbotsford's 25th Anniversary By Tina Costanza The City of Abbotsford, British Columbia, has a lot to celebrate for its 25th anniversary this year. In the quarter of a century since the amalgamation of the districts of Matsqui and Abbotsford to form the City of Abbotsford, the latter has experienced [...]

2020-08-12T21:57:47+00:00

Town of Marathon, Ontario

"In it for the long run" By Anna Guy The Town of Marathon, ON, looms larger on the Canadian culture than its size would belie. A rural community of 3,500 in northern Ontario, its landscape is etched in the Canadian psyche from being portrayed in the iconic paintings of the Group of [...]

2020-03-18T00:33:33+00:00
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