An open house for a proposed redesignation and master site development plan for an eco park west of the city of Airdrie on Sept. 10 gave residents the opportunity to make their voices heard.
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Airdrie City council was asked to approve a two per cent increase to FortisAlberta’s franchisee fee for 2015 on Sept. 15 that would add $1.14 to the average utility bill each month. The request did not receive third reading after Deputy Mayor Allan Hunter voted against the increase.
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Home construction slowed in August from a better-than-expected level in July, the Census Bureau reported Thursday.
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A group of residents in the southwest community of Springbank Hill is trying to put a stop to the construction of a playground.
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Overall, property prices around the world continue to rise.
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The most successful political dynasty in Canadian history is in trouble. Sixteen Alberta premiers since Confederation doesn’t sound like a lot, but four premiers within a three-year period sure does.
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ANALYSIS: “Alberta is more important to Canada than Scotland is to the United Kingdom.”
It is undeniable that water is important.
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EDMONTON – Western Canada’s growing demand for air travel and its robust economy are setting the stage for the entry of super-cheap airlines, according to a new report.
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St. Albert’s growth in the regional housing market has been modest at best, if not underperforming.
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