Wholesale sales in Alberta rose 0.7 per cent in April to $6.8 billion – the fourth increase in five months for the province, says Statistics Canada.
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The City of Calgary and the Calgary Flames are starting to circle each other again, like a pair of NHL enforcers on the hunt.
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Royal Bank’s pain is TD’s gain.
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The number of Canadians collecting employment insurance benefits has hit an all-time low. The total number of EI recipients plunged 18.1 per cent year-over-year to 453,060 in April, a level not seen since Statistics Canada began gathering data in 1997.
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Council got an earful regarding the proposed Greystone development at the June 18 regular and non-statutory public hearings. Chief among the concerns expressed were the timing of the development while traffic and infrastructure problems persist.
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Genung’s recent trip to Halifax, N.S., for the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) conference provided a glimpse into where Cochrane is at with respect to dealing with cannabis legalization.
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City council unanimously approved the 12,000 Acres Plan at its June 18 meeting, laying out the next 50 years of development for a 12,460-acre section of land annexed from Rocky View County in 2012.
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The United States is on track to become the world’s top oil producer as early as this fall, unseating the current no.1 Russia, according to Scott Sheffield, the chairman of one of the largest U.S. producers, Pioneer Natural Resources.
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Push-back from across the world means Strathcona County residents will have to change their recycling habits.
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Australian property listings have risen over the past year, reflecting increased supply in Sydney and Melbourne, the nation’s largest housing markets.
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