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Minister Shaye Anderson visits Mill Creek NetZero home with (L-R) Paul Verhesen, Alberta Construction Association, David Dodge, Energy Efficiency Alberta, Wendy Jabusch, BILD Alberta, Mayor Iveson and Conrad Nobert, homeowner.
Minister Shaye Anderson visits Mill Creek NetZero home with (L-R) Paul Verhesen, Alberta Construction Association, David Dodge, Energy Efficiency Alberta, Wendy Jabusch, BILD Alberta, Mayor Iveson and Conrad Nobert, homeowner.

Government introduces legislation to create PACE program

By Charles Lefebvre
April 13, 2018 - 12:24pm

EDMONTON, AB — The provincial government has tabled a new bill that would make it easier for homeowners to finance energy efficient upgrades.

An Act to Enable Clean energy Improvements was introduced Thursday in the legislature by Shaye Anderson, Minister of Municipal Affairs.

"The diversity of the events, the re-positioning of the Bowes Event Centre, and the playoff success of the Grande Prairie Storm have all contributed to the venue's success in 2018," said Scott Clark in a media release.
"The diversity of the events, the re-positioning of the Bowes Event Centre, and the playoff success of the Grande Prairie Storm have all contributed to the venue's success in 2018," said Scott Clark in a media release. Justine Kelsie

Busy start to 2018 for Revolution Place

By Justine Kelsie
April 13, 2018 - 11:32am Updated: April 14, 2018 - 7:56pm

General Manager at Revolution Place is crediting his team and the bounce-back of the economy for strong ticket sales in the first part of 2018. 

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