Every day for the past few months, I’ve been reading the business sections of Canadian newspapers. And every couple of days, there is a new article about how unaffordable houses are, particularly for young Canadians.
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Okotoks town council has approved the development permit for a unique new neighbourhood in Drake Landing Heights.
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It will be another dry summer at Henderson Pool this year.
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The Town of Okotoks is trying to ease school-related traffic in Cimarron.
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WILLISTON, N.D. (Reuters) – It is getting cheaper to rent an apartment in North Dakota’s oil patch.
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Oil’s rapid decline since August of last year has been dramatic. To listen to some commentators you would also think it is unprecedented and irreversible. Those claiming that oil will continue to fall from here and remain low for evermore, however, are flying in the face of both history and common sense. The question we should be asking ourselves is not if oil prices will recover, but when they will.
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CALGARY – Some big changes could be ahead for what one city councillor calls one of the most important corners in the city of Calgary.
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Calgary is starting to see more developments that combine a major retailer with a large-scale residential development, says a core-area city councillor, pointing to a new Beltline project involving more than 200 condo units to be built above a supermarket.
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Calgary’s proposed bylaw that would allow secondary suites in four inner-city wards would draw a distinction between suites built within a home and those built in a back yard, according to city planners.
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Last week in Calgary, a city planning commission will discuss liquor store regulations—but Cowtown has fewer booze shops per capita than the Swan City, and while the rules are stiffened in Calgary, Grande Prairie still has none.
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