Oil prices are showing some signs of life as key indicators start pointing in a bullish direction.
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Alberta wages grew more on a year-over-year basis in February than the national average.
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The family whose home was trashed by short-term Airbnb renters last weekend will likely be out of their Sage Hill house for the months it will take to clean and restore it.
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The fall-off in oil prices has prompted the Petroleum Services Association of Canada to lower its previous forecast for 2015 drilling by almost 50 per cent to 5,320 wells.
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The RMWB will be going ahead with a central location for Anzac’s new fire hall.
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With the rainiest months of the year still possibly on the way, the most impacted couple by the flooding of Cochrane Lake is concerned about what this year has in store for them.
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The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. has assessed a low overall risk in the Calgary housing market.
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The Town of Cochrane moved nearly $1 million into capital reserves April 27, after its 2014 audit revealed a year-end and fire tax operating surplus.
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Slumping oil prices may be hitting Alberta’s overall economy these days but they’re not preventing people in the province from eating and drinking out.
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Edmonton is facing a growing problem from vehicles clogging street parking in residential neighbourhoods near downtown.
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