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Alberta Expands AIOC’s Capacity: Catalyzing Indigenous Economic Reconciliation

Alberta's commitment to Indigenous economic reconciliation takes a significant leap forward as the government announces the expansion of the Alberta Indigenous Opportunities Corporation's (AIOC) capacity.  The AIOC, a pioneering force in fostering Indigenous prosperity and economic inclusion, sees its loan guarantee capacity doubling from $1 billion to an impressive $2...

Temporary disruption in surgical service at St. Paul Healthcare Centre

Patients at the St. Paul Healthcare Centre may experience temporary disruptions in surgical services, including c-sections, as a result of a shortage of physicians with general practice anesthesia.  According to a memorandum from Alberta Health Services, these disruptions are anticipated to persist throughout the remainder of November, extend into a...

$300k Government investment boosts affordable housing in Bonnyville

The Lakeland Lodge and Housing Foundation in Bonnyville is set to receive $300,000 from the provincial government as part of a broader $16 million capital maintenance and renewal funding initiative.     Jason Nixon, Minister of Senior, Community and Social Services, highlighted the significance of the investment in keeping affordable housing...

St. Paul council takes a bold step with land use bylaw amendments 

St. Paul town council recently amended the towns land use bylaws, sparking considerable discussion and reflection within the community.     One amendment stood out to the council, intensifying conversation as it extends the setback for liquor and cannabis stores from 100 meters to 200 meters.     The deliberation was initiated a...

Cold Lake City Council Greenlights 2023 Social Inclusion and Infrastructure Grants

In a unanimous decision, the Cold Lake City council has endorsed the recommendation of the FCSS Advisory Committee, approving three grants totaling $22,750 under the City of Cold Lake’s Social Inclusion and Infrastructure Grant policy.   The Social Inclusion and Infrastructure Grant, a creation of the City of Cold Lake,...

Atco’s clean energy community fund boosts Alberta communities’ energy transition

A new grant from ATCO Ltd. Will provide funding to Stepping Stones Crisis Society, among nearly a dozen other organizations across Alberta.  This newly established grant program, according to the organization, is designed to support organizations in Alberta on their journey toward energy transition. Twelve schools, community groups, and municipalities...
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