/Tag: Municipalities

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 [...]


City of Port Coquitlam

By Anna Guy After two years of construction, citizens of the City of Port Coquitlam can celebrate the opening of the highly anticipation Port Coquitlam Community Centre. Slated to be a showpiece of a town already well known as a family and community-centric place, phase 1 of the 205,000-square-foot facility includes two [...]


District of Kitimat

Where Business Lives By Anna Guy Built for industry, the District of Kitimat is on the edge of another major economic boom. In 2014, BC Hydro and LNG Canada signed a power agreement to allow for LNG Canada to use clean, renewable electricity from BC Hydro for a portion of the power [...]


Sturgeon County (100th Anniversary)

  100 Years of Strength   These days, the only thing temperate in Sturgeon County, Alberta, are the grasslands. The county, located north of the City of St. Albert and home to 20,000+ residents, is celebrating a milestone year in 2018—it’s centennial anniversary. Named for the Sturgeon River, First Nation members of the Michel [...]


Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo

Looking beyond the oil sands By Cheryl Long Click to view Brochure The Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo has its sights set firmly on the future. Located on the Athabasca Oil Sands — the world’s largest single known oil deposit — the natural resource has been a source of prosperity for the [...]


CLD Vaudreuil-Soulanges

Tranquil retreat and logistical hub  By Kate Lysakowski Click to view Brochure The region of Vaudreuil-Soulanges, located just 30 minutes from the downtown core of Montreal, offers a tranquil retreat for those looking to escape the hectic bustle of city life. Boasting a landmass of 855 square kilometres and representing 23 different [...]


Crossings Leisure Complex

Lethbridge’s outstanding recreational facility By Cheryl Long Click to view Brochure When the Crossings Leisure Complex in Lethbridge is opened to the public in 2019, it will very well change the way the city’s residents spend many of their recreational hours. The $151-million, two-phase project, which was introduced back in 2007 in [...]