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Canadian Army reservist engineers from the Edmonton-based 25th and Calgary-based 33rd Engineer Squadrons of the 41st Combat Engineer Regiment, which is also based in Edmonton, donated about $50,000 worth of their time and expertise Saturday afternoon, by installing handrails and decking on the pedestrian bridge skeleton linking the C&E trail just south of Blackfalds and become part of the Trans Canada Trail system.

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Canadian Army reservist engineers from the Edmonton-based 25th and Calgary-based 33rd Engineer Squadrons of the 41st Combat Engineer Regiment, which is also based in Edmonton, donated about $50,000 worth of their time and expertise Saturday afternoon, by installing handrails and decking on the pedestrian bridge skeleton linking the C&E trail just south of Blackfalds and become part of the Trans Canada Trail system. They will be back next Saturday, March 20, from 1:30 to 3:30 pm to complete the job.