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Westjet speaks with stakeholders about future of travel in and out of Edmonton – Edmonton

The future of air travel in and out of Edmonton was the main topic of discussion on Wednesday at a roundtable held by a major airline. Westjet hosted the two-hour session with approximately 80 business leaders, airport officials and officials from all three levels of government. READ MORE: Edmonton International…
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New pedestrian walkway along Gouin Blvd. aims to revitalize Sainte-Geneviève village – Montreal

A new pedestrian installation along Gouin Boulevard Ouest aims to revitalize the old Sainte-Geneviève village. Over the past week, work crews have been preparing and installing the new pedestrian rest area. Concrete jetty barriers and log chairs line the thoroughfare for a 275-metre stretch. It’s the latest project to…
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Road construction booming in downtown Montreal

Everywhere you turn, construction is in full force, whether it be by the Bell Centre, Peel Street or Ste-Catherine Street. As Global’s Tim Sargeant explains, if you’ve been working from home for the last few months, you’re in for a surprise when you do finally come downtown.