Nexen Energy, a wholly owned subsidiary of CNOOC Ltd. was announced as title partner for the Anzac Recreation Centre alongside Mayor Melissa Blake, members of Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo (RMWB) Council and RMWB administration at the official ribbon cutting ceremony for the sparkling new facility on Saturday afternoon.
The United Way of Fort McMurray was announced as the anchor tenant for the new Social Profit Shared Space at Shell Place at a news conference at the Suncor Community Leisure Centre on Thursday morning.
The Regional Recreation Corporation of Wood Buffalo (RRC) presented an information session on March 3 to update the community on new and ongoing initiatives at the Shell Place development and MacDonald Island.
(Fort McMurray, AB, February 26, 2014) – The Regional Recreation Corporation of Wood Buffalo (RRC) would like to inform the community it is postponing the official ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Anzac Recreation Centre until Saturday, March 8 at Noon. The event was originally scheduled for Saturday, March 1.
The doors to the Anzac Recreation Centre will now open for recreational and community use on Monday, March 3 at Noon as per regular facility operating hours.
The Regional Recreation Corporation of Wood Buffalo (RRC) is pleased to invite the community to the official ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Anzac Recreation Centre on Saturday, March 1 at Noon.
It was a special evening at the Suncor Community Leisure Centre on Saturday night as the region celebrated MacDonald Island Park’s signature ‘orange’ and more than $2.5 million in new partnerships at State of the Island, MacDonald Island Park’s annual black tie gala.
The Nexen Field House and the newly-named Nexen Activity Field House took centre stage at State of the Island, as CNOOC Limited and its wholly-owned subsidiary Nexen Energy ULC delivered four major multi-year partnership announcements before an audience of more than 700 invited guests.
Several recent initiatives led by ONE Team members exemplify the spirit of giving back to the community, including involvement in the recent CIBC Run for the Cure on October 6.
Shell Place remains on schedule and within Guaranteed Maximum Price following the fourth media update that highlighted progress on Nexen Stage and the iconic canopy on Friday.
The canopy structure, which will overlook the Nexen Stage and Molson Outdoor Rink at SMS Stadium in Shell Place, has become a feature widely identified with the Shell Place project. Designed to mimic the undulating northern lights the canopy feature creates a strong point of visual interest and will become a focal point for community events and celebration.
The Regional Recreation Corporation in collaboration with the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo is announcing three additional dates for community engagement sessions regarding the proposed Northside Community Recreation Centre, as well as an extension of the time line for completion of the online survey related to the proposed facility.