The head of the Downtown Business Association says building owners will have to adapt or face trouble over the next four years as the skyline of Edmonton changes with new office towers coming on line.
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For those following the world oil production situation, it has been clear for some time that the only factor keeping global crude output from moving lower is the continuing increase in U.S. shale oil production, mostly from Texas and North Dakota. Needless to say, once the fabled “peak” comes oil and gasoline prices are certain to move higher, triggering a series of economic events – most of which will not be good for the global economy.
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Q: Hi Steve – I really enjoy your podcast and was thinking that it might be a good branding idea for me as well. I own a beauty salon and would love to share tips and advice. How much does it cost and how hard is it to start? –Leslye
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Warren Buffett turned 84 years old on Saturday.
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Patricia Smith’s frustration alone could flood a few more thousand homes in metro Detroit.
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That smaller city to the north — you know, the one with the legislature and that megamall — is now growing at a faster clip than booming Calgary.
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Western Canada will continue to have the most active housing markets in Canada through the balance of the year and into 2015, although some moderation is in store, says Robert Hogue, senior economist with RBC Economics.
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Lethbridge Transit passengers will face major route changes, starting next week.
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The next big box store slated to open in Cochrane is Staples, which is tentatively scheduled for Sept. 24 and 25 in the Quarry site downtown.
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The city’s economic development department, celebrating its second anniversary in September, has fostered strong relationships in the development community and improved the perception of St. Albert as being open for business, executive director Guy Boston says.
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