The provincial government is taking over recovery efforts in High River while giving the town the first round of disaster relief funding to support the rebuilding process.
High River received $50 million from the provincial government on June 27 to support recovery efforts.
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EDMONTON – Edmonton police say the planned shuttering of three community police stations across the city will get officers away from the counter and back on the streets, but some critics worry the closures will do more harm than good.
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She didn’t want to say it ten days ago.
She will say it now.
It is the only question in the interview where the premier takes a long pause before answering.
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TORONTO (Reuters) – Daniel DiManno sold his Toronto house for less than he had hoped and wanted to see if prices would cool before he bought a new one. But Canadian mortgage rates are rising again and that’s spurring DiManno and others to jump back into the market, cutting short an already brief housing downturn.
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CALGARY, AB, Jun 29, 2013/ Troy Media/ – Employees in Alberta are known to be hard workers. Not only do Albertans participate in the labour market in greater proportions, they tend to work more hours per week than employees elsewhere. But on the measure of weekly hours of work, one other province now takes top spot.
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CALGARY – As the city continues to clean up after last week’s flooding, officials say more than 100 flood-damaged homes and businesses could face demolition, and some buildings could remain without electricity for months.
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With the devastation to thousands of homes brought by the flood comes the potential of mould, a menace that can wreak further harm to your home and your health.
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The flood crisis that has forced the closure of many Calgary businesses is a wake-up call for companies to adopt flexible work arrangements, say telework advocates.
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