- 16, 2017
Notice - Land Use Bylaw Changes
Please be advised that during the Council meeting of December 13, 2016, the Land Use Bylaw 765.07, Section 6.2, Natural Resource Extraction was amended. The change will allow any producer to apply for hauling privileges from any extraction operation (that has a valid development permit and Road Use Agreement in place) to meet project-specific delivery requirements seven days a week between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. These requests will need to be approved by the Planning and Development Departme...
- 16, 2016
Heartland 101: Idle Free Helps Keep Our Air Clean
Most of the time, air quality in Alberta’s Industrial Heartland is of low risk to health, as indicated by the Air Quality Health Index. However, with frigid temperatures like we’ve experienced lately, combined with calm winds, fine particulate matter and other pollutants can be trapped close to the ground by warmer air aloft. This can negatively affect our air quality and people’s health. Controlling Fine Particulate Matter In 2015, a Fine Particulate Matter (PM2.5) Response Plan was impl...
- 23, 2016
Thank You All Babas & Borshch Sponsors!
On November 23, 2016, Babas & Borshch held a dinner to thank all the sponsors for their support during the 2016 Babas and Borsch Ukrainian Festival. Each sponsor was presented with a plaque, and thanked for their contributions over the years. New sponsors were welcomed with enthusiasm, and encouraged back next year. Thank you to everyone for all your support! We'll see you in 2017, August 26-27 in Lamont!
- 07, 2016
Heartland 101: Building Mega Projects With Modules
You may have helped an ambitious eight year old assemble all 658 pieces of a new LEGO Ninjago set. Piece by tiny piece, step by step, it eventually all fits together, days or even weeks later. The process of building an industrial facility – like a refinery – is actually very similar. However, there are thousands more steps and millions more pieces. If these millions of pieces came individually like in a brand new box of LEGO, the efficiency and cost of construction would be a major challe...
- 13, 2016
Strategic Planning Sessions
Do you want to have your say in the County's future? What do you want the county to be like for your children and grandchildren? If you have input to share, register to participate in one of five Strategic Planning Sessions planned throughout November and December in locations across the county. All sessions run from 5:30 - 9:00 p.m., and a light supper will be served. Registration is required! Available dates are: Andrew, - November 2, 2016 St. Michael - November 17, 2016 Brude...
- 11, 2016
Heartland 101: Environmental Emergency Response Plans
Risk assessment, response plans and access to resources are elements of industry and community emergency management programs. Confirming and improving these plans through drills, exercises and simulations not only enhances public safety, it also satisfies certain regulatory requirements. A number of industrial facilities in the region are required to have Environmental Emergency, or E2, Response plans under the Canadian Environmental Protection Act. These plans aim to reduce the frequency ...
- 06, 2016
Heartland Community Information Evening
Thursday, October 20, 2016 Gibbons Cultural Centre Doors open at 5 pm Presentations at 6 pm Join Life in the Heartland to learn about industrial projects, activities, and plans in Alberta’s Industrial Heartland. Representatives from companies and local industry-related organizations will be available to answer your questions and share information. RSVP for seating and food purposes: email@example.com 780.231.9802 (text or call)
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- Thank You Golfers and Sponsors!
- Heartland 101 - Our Watershed
- March 1 Economic Briefing
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