The province’s 2019 Capital Plan supports the many dozens of infrastructure projects in planning, design, or construction throughout north and north-central Alberta.

“Our government’s investment is providing communities of all sizes, like those here in north and north-central Alberta, with the modern, efficient infrastructure residents and families need. Our investment in infrastructure also makes sure Albertans have jobs and helps grow the province’s economy.”

Prasad Panda, Minister of Infrastructure

Quick facts

  • The 2019 Capital Plan carries through on previous infrastructure commitments and provides for a number of new projects, such as:
    • Fifteen school projects in Bonnyville, Buffalo Head Prairie, Fort Chipewyan, Grande Prairie and the County of Grande Prairie, Legal, Peace River, Peerless Lake, Riviere Qui Barre, Smoky Lake, Trout Lake, Wabasca, and Whitecourt
    • Supportive living in Fort McMurray, Gunn and Lloydminster
    • Other multi-year projects, including the Edson Health Centre, the Grande Prairie Regional Hospital, and highway twinning/upgrades for Highway 43 in Sturgeon Lake First Nation, Highway 40 in Grande Cache and the Highway 43 bypass near Grande Prairie

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