September 30, 2020
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first_imgDAWSON CREEK, B.C. – Northern Lights College (NLC) dean of Trades and Apprenticeships Mark Heartt gladly accepted the donation of a retired kenetech turbine Nacelle .Heartt thanked TransAlta and industry partners alike.“This is excellent timing for TransAlta Renewables and the College because they are decommissioning the equipment at Cowley Ridge. We appreciate the donation from TransAlta, and also the efforts of our industry partners who helped get the Nacelle here.”Tge Cowley Ridge wind farm, which is located in Pincher Creek, Alberta, is one of the oldest wind farms. It has been owned and operated by TransAlta Renewables for 23 years. Industry partners also donated their time to deliver, and hoist the rig itself.- Advertisement -NLC president and CEO Bryn Kulmatycki says this is a great day for students.“This is a great day to celebrate student success and industry partnerships as well as our Wind Turbine instructor Nathan Campbell’s initiative. It was Nathan’s drive to source this donation and we greatly appreciate the generosity of TransAlta and all the industry partners who were involved in making it happen.”Advertisementlast_img read more

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first_img Minister of Tourism, Hon. Edmund Bartlett, says the heritage experience in Falmouth is being leveraged to enhance the town as a major destination for cruise-ship and stopover visitors. Minister of Tourism, Hon. Edmund Bartlett, says the heritage experience in Falmouth is being leveraged to enhance the town as a major destination for cruise-ship and stopover visitors.He noted that the rich history of the town, with the Georgian architecture and various attractions, makes the Falmouth capital “a wonderful tourism asset”.The Minister was speaking at the ceremony to break ground for the new Ocean Coral Spring Hotel in Falmouth on February 6.He noted that the Tourism Enhancement Fund (TEF) has spent some $385.2 million on rehabilitation and beautification projects in Falmouth, inclusive of renovation of the Trelawny Parish Church, the Falmouth Post Office, Falmouth Courthouse and Water Square; streetscape improvements at Market Street, Harbour Lane and Falmouth Street; as well as rehabilitation of heritage buildings and the Jewish Cemetery as part of the Falmouth Heritage District.“In addition, we have another $629.3 million in projects on stream, inclusive of the artisan village at the old Hampden Wharf. We look forward to the completion of Ocean Coral Spring, which will strengthen Falmouth’s appeal as a destination by expanding its hotel offerings and raising the town’s room count,” the Minister said.Ocean Coral Spring Hotel is a 1,000-room property being developed by the Spanish Hotel chain, H10.The developers are investing US$250 million in the project and the first 500 rooms are expected to be completed by the end of the year. H10 operates 50 hotels in 18 destinations. The Minister was speaking at the ceremony to break ground for the new Ocean Coral Spring Hotel in Falmouth on February 6. He noted that the rich history of the town, with the Georgian architecture and various attractions, makes the Falmouth capital “a wonderful tourism asset”. Story Highlightslast_img read more

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