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18-Oct-2017 21:57

He said city officials have to ensure pollution from construction sites doesn’t exceed certain limits.“I expect they’d be doing the same thing with their industry,” said Sutherland.Area residents have long complained about gravel truck traffic and noise from the pit, though monitoring showed the pit wasn’t exceeding noise standards.

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At the end of the last ice age, some 11,700 years ago, the lower St.

Lawrence was a large sea (Champlain Sea) that eventually drained, leaving the fertile sedimentary St.

High dust levels kicked up by a provincial gravel pit in the city’s northwest pose no health risks, say provincial officials.

But those assurances haven’t quelled concerns among some residents who live near the Stoney Trail Aggregate Resource mine, where some particulate were nearly seven times the acceptable Alberta air quality levels last month.

It began as a missionary settlement but soon became a fur-trading centre, a role that was enhanced after the conquest of New France by the British in 1763. Lawrence proved to be a major advantage in its development as a transportation, manufacturing, and financial centre.