Business

Prepping the property

Parkland Fuel Corporation has taken over management of the empty building that used to house Trail
Parkland Fuel Corporation has taken over management of the empty building that used to house Trail's 7-Eleven. Under contract to Parkland Fuel, Geotech Drilling was on site putting holes in the ground prepping the property for the new renters to move in. It is still unknown what kind of amenities Parkland Fuel will be providing, but Chevron will still be providing the gasoline.
— image credit: Liz Bevan
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