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1. Collaboration Over Competition
July 04, 2013

The oil sands industry near Fort McMurray and throughout the province does not always garner a positive reputation. The area has been booming, and indeed there is need for more housing and apartments in Fort McMurray. Though the industry has been the primary source of economic prosperity in the region many of its critics feel that those fortunes have come at a price to the environment. A group of companies has joined together to change those opinions. The Oil Sands Leadership Initiative (OSLI) is a collaborative network between ConocoPhillips Canada, Nexen Inc., Shell Canada, Statoil Canada, S... (read more)

Author: Peter Smith

2. A Decade of Positive Impact
June 30, 2013

Shell Canada recently celebrated 10 years of operating in the Athabasca Oil Sands region near Fort McMurray. This article will give a brief overview of some of the positive highlights which involvement in the region has generated. The company started with six employees in 2003. Today, its local operations employ 3,400 full-time workers and contractors, and produces 250,000 barrels of oil daily (this variety of technical labor is part of what drives the local economy as well as its housing and other services). In August 2012 the company passed the 500 million barrel mark of production in t... (read more)

Author: Alison Rozen

3. Arena Planned for Fort McMurray Downtown
June 26, 2013

In a few years, the residents of downtown apartments in Fort McMurray will be blocks away from enjoying hockey games, concerts, rodeos and family shows. One of the key components of the City Centre Redevelopment Plan is a Sports and Entertainment Centre, currently scheduled to open in 2016 or 2017. Based on the proven success of 5,000 to 7,000 arenas in similar sized communities in Canada, City Centre's complex will give its urban core a place to host year-round indoor sporting events, festivals and trade shows. Officials are hopeful the facility can attract 100 events a year and be in use ... (read more)

Author: Alison Rozen

4. A Closer Look At Fort McMurray's Cost Of Living
June 25, 2013

The residents of Fort McMurray enjoy a much higher income when compared with the province of Alberta and the nation as a whole, with a cost of living that statistics show is very manageable. Wood Buffalo residents enjoy household incomes that, on average, are slightly more than double the national average of Canada. As a result, Wood Buffalo residents pay a premium for some necessities such as housing and transportation. Home construction and several projects to improve transportation and encourage use of public transit should improve the situation for citizens. At the same time, the region's ... (read more)

Author: Alison Rozen

5. Alberta To Boost Canada's Status As Energy Super-Producer
June 14, 2013

Boosted by the prospects of increased oil production out of the Alberta oil sands, Canada is on the cusp of joining an elite group of nations known as energy super-producers. One of the results of this new status: Continued migration to Fort McMurray and the surrounding area as workers will be needed to extract a large chunk of this energy. That means, among other things, more need for housing accommodations in Fort McMurray. Canada already ranks fifth in the world in net energy exports, according to the International Energy Agency, behind Russia, Saudi Arabia, Norway and Iran. But the coun... (read more)

Author: Peter Smith

6. Positive News For The Local Oil Industry
June 14, 2013

Oil sands production essentially only occurs in the province of Alberta, while conventional resources underlie Alberta, northeast British Columbia, Saskatchewan and parts of Manitoba and the Northwest Territories. Relative to CAPP's 2012 report, production at the latter end of the outlook period from 2020 to 2030 is higher than previously forecast and shows an average annual growth of 200,000 b/d. Conventional production is forecast to contribute about 1.4 million b/d to the total output; the impact of the steep declines expected from mature fields is expected to be entirely offset by producti... (read more)

Author: Peter Smith

7. Regional Population Expected to Double in 20 Years
June 08, 2013

In 20 years, the population of the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo will more than double, from 104,000 in 2010 to a projected 231,000 by 2030. That's according to a recent Economic and Development Market Study for City Centre McMurray. It is also estimated that 85 percent of RMWB's population in 2030 will live in the urban service area, which is Fort McMurray, with the remaining residents located in rural areas or project accommodations. It is assumed the population increase will stimulate a diversification of local employment away from the oil and gas sector. Total employment in RMW... (read more)

Author: Alison Rozen

8. Power Prices In Alberta Are Going Up
June 03, 2013

According to a report that was recently released by the National Energy Board, consumers living in houses and furnished accommodations in Fort McMurray and all Albertan residents alike will pay more for their electricity this summer. The price of energy in Alberta is expected to go up by 16% during the coming summer. An analyst at the National Energy Board said prices could rise even higher than 16% with the recent surprise from TransAlta who announced that one of their vital plants, a 1983-vintage device, which was out of service since March due to a winding failure was expected to be bac... (read more)

Author: Alison Rozen

9. Fort McMurray: More Than Meets the Eye
May 24, 2013

There is a lot more to Fort McMurray than mobile workers and oil sands. The city, which is located in the northeastern region of Alberta some 450 kms from the province's capital city of Edmonton, is often kindly referred to as 'Alberta's Northern Light'. Those who have experienced Fort McMurray may also have experienced the Aurora Borealis, or northern lights, for which the town is nicknamed. From a remote trading post that expanded to include a salt plant and eventually sawmills, Fort McMurray's latest addition has been the one with the most impact. The discovery of the Athabasca oil sand... (read more)

Author: Alison Rozen

10. Neighbourhoods in Fort McMurray
May 19, 2013

Fort McMurray's economy is booming due to its vast oil sands where billions of barrels of oil can be found. It is the largest settlement in Athabasca Oil Sands. Even though Fort McMurray feels like a city, it actually lost its city status in 1995 when it merged with the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo. The healthy economy and beautiful landscape is attracting many people to the region, and the population is continuing to soar. The city is located on the boreal forest between two rivers, and is divided into neighbourhoods and districts. The neighbourhoods can easily all be reached with pu... (read more)

Author: Alison Rozen

11. One Weekend in Fort McMurray
May 14, 2013

A recent study of the mobile workers stationed on the various sites scattered around the oil sands that surround Fort McMurray showed that a worryingly high amount of the workers never actually ventured into the city (or urban service area to give it its proper name) of Fort McMurray itself. The 2012 census showed that whereas 9.1% of the workers questioned stated that they visited Fort McMurray once a week, a startling 28% said they never visited at all. Reasons for this included the unsociable shifts - many of Fort McMurray's amenities were likely to be closed when they did happen to hav... (read more)

Author: Peter Smith

12. Alberta's Mystical Geography
May 12, 2013

Alberta is considered to be one of the Prairie provinces. Alberta's landscape is very diverse, which is ideal for outdoor adventure seekers. You can go from mountain peaks, to glacial lakes, to roaming through the forest, and then frolicking in the prairies. The landscape has also been blessed with an abundance of natural mineral resources like petroleum and natural gas. These natural resources give Alberta's economy massive strength. The Rocky Mountains: The Rocky Mountains are one of Western Canada's most beautiful sight, they reach a very high altitude of 9,000 feet to more than 12,0... (read more)

Author: Peter Smith

13. Essential Resources: Immigration in Alberta
May 11, 2013

Alberta, located in Western Canada, is renowned for its immaculate mountains, open spaces, and fresh air. Alberta has a very strong economy due to its natural resources, like oil and gas. The people of Alberta come from all cultures and walks of life. Every year people immigrate to Alberta in search of a high-quality of life, welcoming communities, and beautiful landscapes. Whether you're looking to stay short- or long-term in Alberta, there are many resources available to help make your move a seamless transition. AINP: The Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP), is operated by the G... (read more)

Author: Peter Smith

14. A Tale of Five Historic Ships
May 11, 2013

The Fort McMurray historical society is on a mission to develop a Marine Park Museum, where they will showcase five ships. The Marine Park Museum occupies 4-acres on Clearwater Drive, which is the original site of the shipyards, and the only one left in Alberta. The ships that are showcased in the Marine Park Museum were vital to the transportation of freight headed North along the Athabasca and Clearwater rivers. The ships travelled North every spring after the breakup of the ice on the rivers. Freight and passengers were transferred from the railway to these boats to go up North. The ships a... (read more)

Author: Peter Smith

15. Changes at Athabasca Oil Corporation
May 10, 2013

Founded in 2006, Athabasca Oil Corporation is a major Canadian energy company that is focused on the sustainable development of oil sands in the Athabasca region in northeastern Alberta and light oil resources in northwestern Alberta, Canada. The corporation sits on over 3.5 million net acres of mineral leases in the northwestern and Athabasca regions of Alberta, and is divided into two parts: the thermal oil division and the light oil division. Recently, the corporation that makes Alberta a secure supplier of the world's energy demand has undergone some major changes. Bryan Gould, who was... (read more)

Author: Alison Rozen

16. Fort McMurray Fun Facts On Wood Bison
May 06, 2013

Wood bison are the largest land-dwelling mammals in North America. They are currently classified as a threatened species, as per the Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada (COSEWIC). Parks Canada has taken action against the threat to wood bison, and have a full recovery plan in force. Currently, wood bison can be found in these three free-range populations in Canada: the Mackenzie population (between Fort Providence and Yellowknife), the Nahanni population (along the Liard River Valley south into northeastern British Columbia and southeastern Yukon Territory), and the Wood B... (read more)

Author: Peter Smith

17. Top Places To Meet Singles In Alberta
May 05, 2013

Are you tired of spending Saturday nights alone in your Fort McMurray apartment rental? The good news is that Fort McMurray has a lot happening in the social, cultural scene. There are plenty of places in Fort Mac where you can meet other interesting singles, or even if you just want to make a new friend. Here is a list of the top places that you should be going to meet fun, and interesting singles like yourself. Chill Out at the Full Moon Cafe: The Full Moon Cafe attracts people who are into the culture scene, and are looking to kick back and relax to live music at a coffee house. It's ... (read more)

Author: Peter Smith

18. Accommodation in Fort McMurray
April 27, 2013

Due to the fact that it is located in the centre of the Athabasca Oil sands, one of Canada's richest and most profitable natural resources, thousands of people come to Fort McMurray every year looking for work. The amount of oil deposited in the oil sands puts Canada second only to Saudi Arabia when it comes to oil reserves. There's enough bitumen (a raw form of crude oil) within the sands to keep the booming business going for at least the next two hundred years. It's not surprising, then, that the latest census in 2012 put the current workforce at around 34,000 people, nor is it surprisi... (read more)

Author: Peter Smith

19. Five Famous People Born in Alberta
April 25, 2013

Alberta, Canada is home to beautiful landscape, rich in natural resources, and is also the hometown of some big Hollywood stars. So, next time you find yourself with your feet up in your Fort McMurray furnished suite, watching Entertainment tonight, remember, some of those celebrities were born right in your backyard. Here are some famous people that you never knew were born in Alberta. Elisha Cuthbert: Elisha Ann Cuthbert was born in Calgary, Alberta, and grew up in Montreal, Quebec. She is famous for her role as a co-host on Popular Mechanics for Kids. While she was trotting the globe ... (read more)

Author: Peter Smith

20. Winter in Fort McMurray
April 24, 2013

Working in the isolated oil sands of Fort McMurray during the frankly freezing winter months may not sound like the most enticing of prospects. Yet despite the plummeting temperatures, people still come to the region all year round, drawn by the prospect of high wages offered by the oil industry. This means that hotels, campgrounds and especially rental accommodation in Fort McMurray are filled all year round, not only by workers taking up temporary residence in the area, but with tourists who come here to enjoy all that the area has to offer. This is Canada after all, and it takes more th... (read more)

Author: Peter Smith

21. Off the Beaten Track: Beyond Fort McMurray
April 23, 2013

The urban service area of Fort McMurray is situated within the Municpality of Wood Buffalo, Alberta in the heart of Canada's oil sands. Although technically not a city, it is the largest populated area in the region and it provides amenities, accommodation and cultural activities for the many oil workers who reside in the surrounding areas. Many Fort McMurray apartments, hotels, bars, restaurants and other amenities were creates solely for the purpose of accommodating the thousands of oil workers who relocate to the region every year in search of highly paid oil jobs. Although more often t... (read more)

Author: Peter Smith

22. Romantic Things To Do In Fort McMurray
April 22, 2013

Whether you've been happily married for decades, or if you just started dating somebody new, it is always nice to get off the couch of your Fort McMurray furnished suite, and go on a romantic date. Fort Mac is vibrant and scenic, so there is definitely no shortage of romantic things to do in this incredible place. Here is a list of the top romantic things to do in Fort Mac. Have Dinner at Atmosfere Restaurant: Located at 9925 Biggs avenue, Atmosfere restaurant is the perfect place to enjoy a delicious meal in an ultra-romantic setting. The menu consists of Italian and Mediterranean fare,... (read more)

Author: Peter Smith

23. Summer in Fort McMurray
April 22, 2013

The sun is shining; the birds are singing in the trees, the streets are alive with the sound of children playing. There's lots to do, and no need to worry about money. When summer hits Fort McMurray you might just think you've found paradise. For many people, especially males in their twenties and thirties, the decision to relocate to Fort McMurray was purely a monetary one. Canadians from all around the country move here in their thousands each year due to the promise of high wages and steady jobs within the oil industry. Fort McMurray is, after all, situated in the centre of one of the wo... (read more)

Author: Peter Smith

24. Aboriginal Artists in Fort McMurray and Fort Chipewan, Alberta
April 20, 2013

After Ontario and British Columbia, Alberta has the third largest Aboriginal population in Canada. The Aboriginal population graced Canada with its unique, contemporary art which can be found at most Canadian art galleries. Alberta is home to the prestigious Fort McMurray Art Gallery, where indigenous art lines the walls. There is an abundance of aboriginal artists in Alberta; here is a list of several artists to look out for. And, you never know, you may just leave the gallery with a painting of your very own to hang on the walls of your Fort McMurray apartment rental. Frederick R. McDo... (read more)

Author: Peter Smith

25. A Look At The Living Habits of Workers in Fort McMurray
April 19, 2013

Fort McMurray, situated in the heart of the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo in Canada's Alberta region has been rapidly expanding over the last couple of decades, mainly due to its location in the heart of one of Canada's most lucrative industries: The coal sands. Practically the entire population is involved, in some way or other, in the extraction, production and export of oil from this rich and extremely profitable industry. From the engineers actually involved in getting the bitumen out of the ground and separating it from the clay in which it is embedded, to construction workers who... (read more)

Author: Peter Smith

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