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The beginning of Fall saw the housing market in Fort McMurray remain active. 

There was a healthy inventory of single family homes and residential condominiums on the market in September.  There were 761 single family homes for sale in September.  This was up marginally from the 742 homes available in August.  The market saw a wide variety of homes for sale across several price points.  We saw people take advantage of the healthy inventory and helped buyers purchase first homes, move-up homes, as well as investment properties. 

There were 370 condominiums on the market in September.  This was a slight decrease compared to the 377 condominiums available in August.  Fort McMurray buyers are definitely taking advantage of the options in the local

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Tavern on Main Taphouse and Grill is a mainstay in Fort McMurray. They provide more than 90 different beers, a large food menu, plenty of regular specials and so much more. Whether you're looking for a regular hang out or something new to try, Tavern on Main is a great choice.

The Menu

You will find many regular pub items on the menu. Many of the items are fried, but they do have one of the best plates of nachos you will find in the area. You can also enjoy good soups, an excellent Caesar salad and many other options.

The food isn't the reason you will want to head to Tavern on Main. It's good, but the main reason to come to this establishment is the beer and entertainment. They provide one of the best selections of beer in the area and

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Literacy is a very important milestone because reading is something all individuals should know. Reading opens up discovery, improves concentration, calms the mind, relaxes the body, and is a building block of life. October is literacy month and is celebrated with a variety of activities in the Wood Buffalo Region.

October 20 brings Jacqueline Guest, a proclaimed Canadian storyteller for children and youth ages. Characters involved in the books written have characters from ethnic backgrounds including Yetis, Inuit, or First Nations. Be sure to come by and have one of the new books signed at the gathering at the Wood Buffalo Regional Library. The reading will be held from 7 pm until 8:30 pm.

Also at various locations from October 20-22, the Rural

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