Rents for all student accommodation types, including apartments, private rooms, and studios in European countries, are increasing rapidly since last year, data from the accommodation marketplace HousingAnywhere have revealed.
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Rolling power blackouts were a feature of my childhood. While my family was privileged enough to have access to a diesel-powered generator, much of Karachi, ironically called the City of Lights, was a blanket of darkness for extended periods of time.
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A new, ultra-low-cost airline has officially opened bookings for flights across Canada — but the base fares won’t give you all the bells and whistles you may see with other companies.
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The national consumer price index rose 4.8 per cent year-over-year in December, Statistics Canada reported Wednesday morning.
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Red Deer city council approved unanimously this week, a Land Use Bylaw for the Red Deer Polytechnic (RDP) area, rezoning it into a Post-Secondary Institution (PSI) District.
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St. Albert will put cash toward strategic infill development in its older neighbourhoods, city council heard during budget deliberation in December.
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Single family rents were up 11.5% year-over-year in November, CoreLogic reported.
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Mortgage rates are rushing higher, and last week that caused a major divergence in mortgage demand. Refinancing continued to dry up, but homebuyers appear to be rushing into the market. As a result, total mortgage application volume rose 2.3% compared with the previous week, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association’s seasonally adjusted index.
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A marathon is about to begin to develop new carbon capture projects and storage hubs across Alberta, with companies at the starting line — and key decisions set to be made in the coming months that will reverberate for years.
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Global oil demand defied gloomy expectations from a month ago to withstand the Omicron wave with much less disruption than expected, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said on Wednesday, raising its demand growth estimates by 200,000 bpd for both 2021 and 2022.
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