‘Fort McMoney’ gets helping hand
Alberta government pumps C$396 million into region to ease strains on oil sands capital and boomtown for health care, housing and water treatment; opposition parties favor moratorium or slowdown in growth
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The price of progress has just cost the Alberta government another C$396 million.
That’s what the government is pumping into health care, affordable housing, water treatment and other services to ease the strains on the oil sands capital and frontier boomtown of Fort McMurray, otherwise known as For....
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