Obviously the new home sales report this morning was solid with sales above expectations and significant upward revisions to prior months. I try not to react too much to the month to month ups and downs; the key points right now are that sales are increasing and will probably continue to increase for some time.
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Immigration Minister Jason Kenney will consult with select Medicine Hat businesses who employ Temporary Foreign Workers next month regarding changes to the program that has come under increased scrutiny this spring.
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Members of Calgary’s city council may soon have to disclose more personal information in a real estate registry.
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My landlord’s email twisted my stomach into knots.
She informed me that she plans to sell the bright, spacious, perfectly located condo that I’d been renting for the past year and a half.
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Things seem to be looking up for proposed pipelines to carry Alberta bitumen.
Once cool on the proposed Northern Gateway pipeline to Kitimat, B.C. and Asian markets beyond, Premier Christy Clark is planning a visit with Premier Alison Redford — and Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall, a strong advocate for oilsands resources, may be in on the meet-up, which could occur before the June 15 Western Premiers Conference in Winnipeg.
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EDMONTON – Edmonton drivers could be in for long-term pothole relief under a proposal Thursday to put up to $65 million annually into maintaining arterial roads.
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Sales of new homes rose in April to the second highest level since the summer of 2008 while the median price for a new home hit a record high, further signs that housing is recovering.
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CALGARY — First Calgary Financial has recorded its 79th consecutive profitable quarter.
The financial institution has announced that unaudited adjusted net income from operations before taxes was $7.1 million in its second quarter that ended April 30. This compares with $8.98 million last year.
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Ground has been broken on the new Heartland Ford location that is scheduled to be opened in early 2014
The new facility, which workers are calling “monstrous,” will cover 35,000 sq/ft and offer services that the current facility cannot.
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Red Deer’s municipal planning commission has approved the development of a 24-unit residential building on the city’s South Hill, despite the fact its site falls 46 per cent short of the minimum area required under the land use bylaw.
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