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Community Highlights

A series featuring Fort McMurray’s many landmarks, points of interest, and more in and around our communities. Each spotlight delves into the history behind the locations that locals have come to know and love, and are written with a mix of local and national sources.

Downtown Highlights: Bob Barrett Men’s Apparel

Oct 27, 2018

“In our location, we can provide an environment more conducive to an enjoyable and less rushed retail experience.” Click here to read more about the local men's retail in Fort McMurray!

The Casman Centre – Home of the Oil Barons

Oct 20, 2018

Casman Centre remains home to the local Junior Hockey athletes to maintain its presence in community sports and honour the very place where NHL stars like retired Defenseman Chris Phillips of the Ottawa Senators first started playing back in 1993.

The Hangingstone River in Fort McMurray

Oct 13, 2018

The RWMB received a grant from the Alberta Government, under the 2013 Flood Recovery and Erosion Control Program, to fund the project. Read more to find out the history!

Prime Test Kitchen at the Merit Hotel and Suites

Oct 06, 2018

“It has taken two years of hard work to have the restaurant rebuilt. Andrew Parker has made it his mission to come back better than ever for this community..." Click here for more!

Points North Gallery - Downtown Fort McMurray

Sep 29, 2018

“This is a hidden gem and we ran across while visiting Fort Mac,” said a resident from Nanton, Alberta.

Dave Hill’s Pharmacy – PharmaChoice

Sep 22, 2018

"Third generation pharmacist recognized at Gold Star awards."

The Rotary Club Gazebo in Thickwood Heights

Sep 16, 2018

“Now when you’re driving north of the bridge on Highway 63 and see the lights at the top of the tree line in Thickwood, you know that’s the Rotary gazebo.” Click for more!

Downtown Highlights: Cedars Restaurant

Sep 08, 2018

“The amount of food. The price is reasonable. It’s healthy and everything was perfectly flavoured. I must say the hummus is incredible..." Click for more!

Peter Pond Shopping Centre

Sep 05, 2018

In the past 30 years, the mall has featured a wide variety of commercial shops and eateries and has held hundreds of community events.

The TOTAL Aboriginal Interpretive Trail on MacDonald Island

Aug 25, 2018

“The artwork and sculptures are of a high standard” and called it a “very moving and interesting tribute to the Aboriginal culture, which has deep roots in Wood Buffalo.”


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