GRANDE PRAIRIE
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GRANDE PRAIRIE
ALBERTA, CANADA

Grande Prairie is the largest city in northern Alberta with a population of over 68,556. (2015 census) It is now the 5th largest city in Alberta. With the annexation Jan 1, 2016 the population is now estimated to be over 70,000.



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Welcome to the "Peace Country" known for its Prairie, the Boreal Forest, the Rocky Mountains and the Peace River, one of the longest river systems in Canada. Cities include Grande Prairie AB, Dawson Creek BC and the city of Fort St John BC.


The Peace Country includes many Hamlets, Towns, Cities, Rural Farms and Ranches in north western Alberta and also north eastern British Columbia. Many refer to it as the Mighty Peace Country. As well you can experience numerous parks and lakes where one can get closer to nature.

Grande Prairie NEWS 2018 -by Ken Connors
Grande Prairie News information will be added to this page on an on going basis and is a gathering of just ome of the changes that Grande Prairie and area has experienced and will be archived.

August 2018: The Grande Prairie Co-op is building a new food store and gas station on the corner of 102 Street and 132 Avenue, near Windsor Ford. - A new McDonalds Restaurant is under construction north of the Redwood Inn in Clairmont, across from the County of Grande Prairie Offices. - Andrewa Chrenek has been appointed a Provincial Court Judge in Grande Prairie. It will assist in the Province in addressing court backloggs. -Aug 2018: The building that Smitty's and Prairie Gold Jewelrey occupied was demolished after receiving major water damage from a water break. (Smittys after photo)

July 2018: The Alberta Summer Games took place July 19-22, 2018. The Opening Ceremonies were held in Wembley at the Philip J Currie Museum, while the Games were held in 15 different locations within the City and County of Grande Prairie.
July 2018: At the end of October, Greyhound is ending its bus routes in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and most of BC (one route will remain in BC). It will put 415 people out of work. There has been a 41% decline in ridership. enlarge photo

June 2018: Todd Loewen, the MLA for the former riding of the Grande Prairie- Smoky has been nominated as the United Conservative Party candidate to the new Central Peace-Notely riding.

May 2018: A new Canadian Tire Store is now under construction on the west end of Grande Prairie with an anticipated opening in 2019. Located northwest of Costco along 116 Street. enlarge photo



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