Mounds of dirt and debris last summer have given way to “sold” signs, new businesses and private construction crews on the 600 block of Second St. S.E.
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More than five years have passed since Warren Buffett publicly proclaimed that he was buying American stocks for his personal account. The announcement came as investors were fearful of a complete financial meltdown and just a few months before stocks found a bottom. While many people doubt how much farther the bull market will run, Buffett is still bullish on America.
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The Calgary resale home market is solidly in favour of sellers, with homes selling at a much quicker pace last month than they did in February 2013.
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St. Albert city councillors were receptive to the message of regional collaboration in Edmonton Mayor Don Iveson’s recent state of the city address.
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The message to council is clear: the residents want to save Gloucester Park from becoming a bike skills park location.
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CALGARY – The unemployment rates in both Calgary and in Alberta dipped in February as the province accounted for the “lion’s share” of annual national employment growth, according to Statistics Canada.
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(Red Deer, Alberta) – Building permit values are holding strong so far this year at $24.5 million compared to $20.3 million in 2013 at this time. The overall number of permits issued for February are down slightly.
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The proposed South of Devon Industrial Area Structure Plan was presented to the public at the first open house hosted by the Leduc #1 Energy Discovery Centre on Tuesday, March 4.
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EDMONTON – Edmonton’s LRT system is driving toward continued passenger growth after more than 100,000 people a day hopped on board last year for the first time.
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EDMONTON – Mayor Don Iveson sounded more optimistic Friday that provincial LRT funding might come through, one day after expressing disappointment about the lack of rapid-transit money in the Alberta budget.
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