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Wednesday, May 15, 2019
The Provincial Election on April 16 saw two new MLAs elected for the Acheson Industrial Area. The Acheson Business Association will be lobbying Acheson’s new MLAs to keep funding in place for the HWY 60 Twinning & Overpass. To view a map of the boundaries, click here.South of Hwy 16A - Mr. Mark Smith (UCP) MLA for Drayton Valley-DevonConstituency Office 5136B - 52 Avenue Box 7272 Drayton ...read more
Categories: Political
Wednesday, March 27, 2019
A Word from Dane Lloyd, Member of Parliament for Sturgeon River-ParklandI was happy to have the opportunity to join the Acheson Business Association Board of Directors for their monthly meeting on March 13, 2019. We talked about issues of importance to the Association and its members, including the announcement by the Province of Alberta of funding for the twinning of Highway 60 and a rail ...read more
Categories: Political
Tuesday, January 22, 2019
Twinning and a new overpass will ease congestion and improve safety for thousands of drivers on Highway 60. Premier Notley announces improvements to Highway 60 to help ease traffic and improve safety. The Government is Alberta is twinning the highway between highways 16 and 16A, constructing an overpass over the CN rail tracks, and realigning the interchange over highway 16A to accommodate ...read more
Categories: Community, Economic, General News Article, Political
Thursday, September 14, 2017
By Rick PetersonConservative Party of Canada nomination candidate for Sturgeon River - Parkland September 11, 2017 (Spruce Grove) In the middle of July, while many of you at Acheson Industrial Park were taking a well-deserved break, Justin Trudeau’s Liberal government declared open season on small business owners. Trudeau’s finance minister, Bill Morneau, quietly released proposed tax changes ...read more
Categories: Political
Tuesday, June 20, 2017
Background In March 2016, Alberta Labour Minister Christina Gray announced a formal review of Alberta’s Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB). This review is being carried out by a three-person review panel (the panel), and is expected to present a final report in Spring 2017. The panel released a progress report (the progress report) in November 2016, outlining the issues being examined. Alberta’s ...read more
Categories: Political