PETALING JAYA (July 20): The Malaysian Institute of
Professional Estate Agents and Consultants (MIPEAC) says more foreigners should
be encouraged to take up the Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H) programme and to
invest in Malaysian properties as this could help ease the current glut in the
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Airports are shaping business location and urban development
in the 21st century as much as highways did in the 20th, railroads in the 19th,
and seaports in the 18th, according to property research.
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Limits are being placed on immigration in New Zealand.
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OTTAWA — The Bank of Canada has lowered the rate used by
mortgage stress tests to determine whether would-be homeowners can qualify,
marking the first drop in three years.
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Slowing oil demand growth and a persistent global glut will
cap oil prices and keep them from rising too much, barring serious escalations
in geopolitical tensions, Fatih Birol, the executive director of the
International Energy Agency (IEA), said on Friday.
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A tentative deal has been reached between the city and the
Calgary Flames for a new arena to replace the Saddledome.
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CALGARY – The National Energy Board has cleared the way for
construction to resume on portions of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion
project by re-validating all the orders and decisions it enjoyed before its
permits were overturned last year.
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The Alberta government made a bold move last week. At the
Council of the Federation meeting in Saskatoon, Premier Jason Kenney announced
that Alberta would be unilaterally dropping half of its exceptions to the
Canadian Free Trade Agreement (CFTA), and committed to reviewing the remaining
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Drawing a line down Elbow Drive from north to south traces a
rough timeline of Calgary community creation. This one road spans nearly 60
years of development – starting with some of Calgary’s earliest, inner-city
neighbourhoods and ending with several of the
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Perhaps one of Calgary’s most vibrant and eclectic
communities, the Beltline has something for everyone – fabulous restaurants,
hip cocktail bars, a variety of pubs and craft breweries, upscale grocery
stores, green space galore, and an enticing selection of condo-style housing
for buyers of all stripes.
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