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MAR
10
Mr17002

Community officials meet with RCMP

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Officials from the towns of Hardisty and Sedgewick, the Village of Amisk, and Flagstaff County met with members of the RCMP on Monday, March 6 to discuss the rural crime rate, perception of crime, and to discuss options for response.
JAN
24
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Trump signs order to advance Keystone, Dakota pipelines

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 The pipeline would run from Canada to U.S. refineries in the Gulf Coast. The U.S. government needs to approve the pipeline because it crossed the border. CTV article HERE
DEC
02
Cc

"...generational jobs at both ends of the line..."

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"National industry leaders applaud Trudeau’s pipeline vision"  Journal of Commerce article HERE 
NOV
30
Line3map-23mar2015

Line 3 Replacement Program

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From TIMES COLONIST "Ottawa also approved Enbridge’s Line 3, a little-known project that would replace and double the capacity of a decades-old line connecting Hardisty, Alta., to Superior, Wisconsin. Enbridge says the upgrades are essential to the safety and maintenance of the existing line"  See more HERE
NOV
29
News

Canadian Press National Newswatch...Enbridge gets green light...

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National Newswatch article   "...  green light to Enbridge's lesser-known $7.5-billion Line 3 pipeline expansion from Alberta to Wisconsin.
SEP
20
Road_work

Road Construction

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Attention Residents;  Road Construction is scheduled to begin on the intersection of Luken Ave. and 44th Street on Saturday Sept 24th. During the various construction phases the intersection will be closed to all traffic. 44th Street will only be open to local traffic for the purpose of accessing Willow Crescent and Meadow lane. There will be no through traffic flow. Residents may access Luken Avenue by using either 50th Avenue or 51st Avenue. As a Reminder, approximately 2 weeks af... More...
SEP
12
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Rail Safety

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Our partners and friends at CP Rail have reminded us that Rail Safety is up to all of us. With students back in class for the 2016-17 school year, we want to do our part to remind everyone to stay safe. While statistics of reported crossing collisions & trespassing incidents at the Hardisty yard are not a concern at this time, the Town of Hardisty and Mr. M. LoVecchio (CP Rail Director Government Affairs) are encouraging students and all residents to be safe around all r... More...
AUG
30
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Lagoon Desludging and Dewatering

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UPDATE:   Sept. 12th, 2016 Update to the Open Tender for the Town of Hardisty Lagoon Desludge & Dewatering: Please be advised that tender documents are to be submitted by Sept. 30th, 2016 by 2:00p.m. to Morrison & Hershfield via e-mail: AKhan@morrisonhershfield.com with hard copy to follow. There was a mandatory site meeting on September 8th, 2016 and if you as a contractor did not register and attend the mandatory site meeting you will not be able to submit a bid. We ... More...
JUN
23
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Public Works Foreman

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Employment Opportunity Open Job Competition #2016-002 – Closing Date: July 18th, 2016 Job Description: Public Works Foreman The Town of Hardisty is recruiting for a full time permanent position as a Public Works Foreman. An ideal candidate would possess strong skills in the following areas: • Communication & Managerial Skills • Multi Tasking • Mechanical & Technical • Public Service • Recording and logging of data and maintenance plans &... More...
JUN
16
Cleanharbors

Hydrovac Operators

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 Who We Are Clean Harbors is the leading provider of environmental, energy and industrial services throughout North America. The Company serves a diverse customer base, including a majority of the Fortune 500 companies, thousands of smaller private entities and numerous federal, state, provincial and local governmental agencies. Through its Safety-Kleen subsidiary, Clean Harbors also is a premier provider of used oil recycling and re-refining, parts washers and environmental services ... More...
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