The Government of Alberta has announced that the Tri-Municipal Industrial Partnership will receive funding from Alberta Economic Development and Trade’s Community and Regional Economic Support (CARES) program. The Municipal District of Greenview, City of Grande Prairie and County of Grande Prairie are partners in the Tri-Municipal Industrial Partnership and representatives of the three municipalities attended this morning’s announcement with Minister Deron Bilous.
Today’s announcement provides $210,000 in provincial funding through the CARES Grant program to develop the Tri-Municipal Partnership Gold Creek Industrial Development Strategy. The funds will be matched by the Tri-Municipal Partnership. The funding will be used to complete an Area Structure Plan, Market Analysis, and Environmental Review for the Gold Creek Industrial Development area which will be located in Greenview, 40 kilometres south of Grande Prairie.
For details on today’s announcement go to the Alberta Government’s News Release.
Breakfast with the Guys Launches Family Violence Prevention Month
On November 1, 2017 The Health, Education and Action in Relationships (HEART) Team hosted its second Breakfast with the Guys at the Burnside Performing Arts Centre in Valleyview. The event launched Family Violence Prevention Month catered by volunteers from Valleyview Victims Assistance and is sponsored by Pembina Pipelines together with the HEART Team.
Tuval Dinner Nafshi with the Alberta Council of Women’s Shelters spoke at the breakfast and shared strategies for community based family violence prevention. For more details please view the full media release.
Greenview Launches Annual Photo Contest
On August 16, 2017 Greenview launched the 2017 Annual Greenview Photo Contest. The winning submissions will be featured in Greenview’s annual calendar and publications throughout the year. The competition is designed to showcase Greenview and all images must be taken within Greenview’s boundaries. For more details, read the media release or visit the contest page.
Greenview Partners with Community on Common Tansy Clean Up
On August 14, 2017 Greenview partnered with several groups of volunteers to respond to an overgrowth of Common Tansy along the Smoky River. For more details, read the media release and Common Tansy fact sheet.
Expand Your Vision: Economic Development Brand Launch
Tri-Municipal Partnership Update
Reeve Gervais was excited to join Reeve Beaupre & Mayor Given at the Growing the North conference on Wednesday to announce the tri-municipal industrial development project which is being developed in Greenview’s Grovedale area. By partnering with the City and County of Grande Prairie we will ensure this initiative will benefit the entire region.
The development area will be shovel ready for global investors at a scale that is larger than any other project of its kind. Utilizing the Montney-Duvernay shale gas play which Greenview is fortunate to be home to, the industrial project will attract value added processing in the petrochemical industry. The area is estimated to be one of the most prolific natural gas plays within North America.
The partnership will ensure the region is well positioned to attract and retain capital investment, with a collaborative approach that ensures skill and resources are leveraged on a regional basis. Taking a proactive approach to large scale industrial investment in Alberta’s north west will mitigate pressures of development and share in future economic growth.
Tri-Municipal Partnership Announcement
On December 23, 2016 we announced a new partnership with the County of Grande Prairie and the City of Grande Prairie. The three municipalities will work together to develop a world class industrial area south of Grande Prairie near Grovedale. Further announcements will take place when the partnership is formalized in 2017.
Volunteers Do Battle with Potentially Toxic Weeds
September 19, 2016
On Wednesday, Sept. 14 representatives from the MD of Greenview, Canadian Natural Resources Limited, Seven Generation Energy and the River Rats Boat club worked together to successfully remove approximately 3,000 lbs. of Common Tansy from an island of Crown property on the Smoky River.