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The Keeshkeemaquah urban reserve beside Portage recently completed some housing for 55-plus residents, and is working on more.

“We are working on some more 55-plus triplexes — a couple of them — and a duplex here,” says Chief Dennis Meeches. “It’s a disability duplex just on Cottonwood Drive.”

Meeches notes they are also working on a new street near the Microtel Hotel. He explains it’s for the infrastructure required for the proposed travel centre.

“Again, that travel centre is conditional on getting that land converted to reserve status,” adds Meeches, “and having the province commit to establishing a controlled intersection on TransCanada and Yellowquill Trail. So, it’s quite busy here at the Keeshkeemaquah reserve.”

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