Calgary’s economic downturn has not stopped people from buying luxury vehicles, says the general sales manager of Lamborghini Calgary.
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EDMONTON – Edmonton-based power producer Capital Power Corp. released financial results Monday for the second quarter of 2015, announcing a 7.4-per-cent dividend increase for its common shares.
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“We’re getting close to the final shakeout,” he predicts. “We’re at $47-plus now so we’ve still got another five or six bucks to take off.”
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So I see that Seattle is considering rent control. For a columnist who covers economic issues, this is a little bit like hearing that residents are debating how big to make the reet pleats on their zoot suits. It’s hard to get economists to agree on much of anything, but as Alex Tabarrok notes, this is an area of rare consensus among economists: Rent control creates more problems than it solves.
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A major global energy consultant says Canada’s oil sands won’t see a snap back in spending on new projects until 2017.
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Adjacent to Jubilee Plaza is a new way for residents and guests to learn about Fort McMurray. The McMurray Experience, an interactive multimedia facility, will open July 29, offering a high-tech way to peruse Fort McMurray just in time for the Western Canada Summer Games.
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Council overwhelmingly approved Monday final reading of a rezoning application for Trinity Hills to develop one-third of the Paskapoo Slopes.
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Even after the federal government announced Friday it would devote $1.53 billion from its Public Transit Fund to help build the Green Line of Calgary’s LRT system, the city must still prepare a detailed application for the money.
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Learn about planning for our growing city:
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Store owners among others have shared their appreciation for restored Fourth Avenue SW and the opportunities it presents, but have also addressed parking confusion that stemmed from these changes.
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