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Photo: Director of Infrastructure and Capital Works Victor Shopland (left) and Director of Community Services Sarah Cockerill (right) assist Acting Mayor Larry Evans in officially opening Heritage Park – Christine Rumleskie/Energeticcity.ca

Fort St. John city representatives officially opened a new park for all residents to enjoy on Monday morning, with a ribbon cutting at Heritage Park.

Director of Infrastructure and Capital Works  Victor Shopland says the park has been under construction for three years now. He says the location makes it ideal for seniors.

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Heritage Park is located on the corner of 107th Avenue and 98th Street. It was opened in conjunction with the Fun in The Sun festivities that are going on throughout the week.

The event celebrates Fort St. John’s parks by holding family-friendly parties and projects in different locations. From 1pm to 3pm on Tuesday, the City will host a safe communities day in Centennial Park. On Friday, there will be movies in the Centennial Park starting at 7pm. The movies will be shown on Canada’s largest outdoor movie screen.

For more information on the Fun in the Sun Week, visit www.fortstjohn.ca


Photo: Heritage Park is near many senior homes, making it a prime location for seniors to relax outdoors – Christine Rumleskie/Energeticcity.ca

Photo: There are many flowers and seats for residents to enjoy at Heritage Park – Christine Rumleskie/Energeticcity.ca


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