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First Notice: FirstOnSite acquires Spectrum; Manitoba expands addictions campus; and Trans Mountain signs CBA with Edson

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First Notice: FirstOnSite acquires Spectrum; Manitoba expands addictions campus; and Trans Mountain signs CBA with Edson

FirstOnSite Restoration acquires Spectrum

Mississauga, Ont.-based FirstOnSite Restoration Tuesday announced it has expanded its operations in Alberta and Saskatchewan with the signing of an agreement to acquire Spectrum Restoration. Spectrum, a commercial and residential restoration firm, has 40 employees at offices in Lloydminster, Sask. and Cold Lake, Alta.

Trans Mountain signs Community Benefits Agreement with the Town of Edson

Trans Mountain has signed a Community Benefits Agreement with the Town of Edson, Alta. to invest $300,000 in Vision Park, one of the biggest ball diamond facilities in Canada. Additions to Vision Park will include a new water treatment facility, a tournament room, concession capabilities and washrooms. Edson is part of Trans Mountain’s Yellowhead construction area including 285 kilometres of pipeline construction and four pump stations. Trans Mountain began construction at three pump stations in the area earlier in the spring and is currently completing right-of-way restoration through the Town of Edson.  

Manitoba expands Addictions Foundation of Manitoba Campus

The Manitoba government is expanding the number of residential treatment spaces at the Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM) campus located in Winnipeg. Annual investment of close to $600,000 will see the AFM campus expand its 28-day women’s residential treatment program from 24 to 31 beds, with plans to increase to 36 beds once all physical distancing measures intended to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 are lifted. The new beds were announced in June 2019 and coincide with the program’s return to its Portage Avenue campus in Winnipeg after it was forced to relocate to Teulon in July 2019 after a high-pressure water pipe burst causing severe damage to the basement at the AFM building.

Willow Lake Metis partner with Caneil

Willow Lake Metis Group based in Wood Buffalo Region, Alta. and engineering services firm Caneil announced yesterday they will enter into a partnership. The arrangement will provide increased capacity for the metis group in relation to asset integrity management, inspections and engineering services.

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