Three from Quebec face charges in fraud scheme

Lethbridge Regional Police have charged three Quebec residents with numerous offences in connection with a province-wide crime spree where stolen identities were used to raid the bank accounts of several victims. On Oct. 25, police responded to a suspicious transaction in progress at a bank along Mayor Magrath Drive South. Earlier in the day a woman entered the bank claiming she had lost her bank card and was provided with a temporary replacement.


New Tims to follow strict drive-thru rules

The new Tim Hortons in Crescent Heights will have an off-street drive-thru lane that can accommodate 24 vehicles – a setup that will likely be the new law of the land when the City OKs new drive-thru businesses in the future.

The issue of cars and trucks lining up to turn into drive-thru lanes has been a long-standing frustration among motorists in the city.

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Calgary’s Housing Market Remains Immune to Chills across Canada

According to the Teranet-National Bank Composite House Price Index,Canada has recently cited the largest price drop since November, 2010. In September, the HPI plunged 0.35% from previous month. A significant price drop was observed in six major cities including Vancouver and Montreal. Meanwhile, CTV reports that the official stats to point out a completely contrasting situation in Calgary where housing demands and prices are increasing simultaneously.

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