Calgary’s housing market was labelled seriously unaffordable in the 11th Demographia International Housing Affordability Survey using data from the third quarter of 2014 and published a couple of weeks ago.
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EDMONTON – The quails in Elise Stolte’s living room are small enough to fit into the palm of your hand but are poised to enjoy a huge view from her upper-floor condominium in the Oliver neighbourhood.
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New communities and old drawing Calgarians toward the centre of the city
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The city’s proposed surface drainage bylaw would allow for more tangible solutions than just advice when public complaints are received.
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If a plan to twin the Trans Mountain Pipeline between Edmonton and Burnaby, B.C., goes forward, Stony Plain will receive $225,000.
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When it came to debating plans for the housing development at Willow Square, it was hard for council to see past the signs that line the property.
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For the past few years, Calgary authorities have travelled to places in Canada and internationally trying to recruit workers for a labour shortage here in Alberta.
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While the decline in oil prices have some holding their breath, other industries — like forestry — are exhaling just fine.
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As the province continues to be squeezed by sliding oil prices, there’s a partial respite for the Alberta treasury — a low-flying loonie that could be worth billions of dollars.
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Lower interest rates could provide a boost for Calgary’s slumping resale housing market.
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