Fewer jobs and slumping energy prices are expected to factor in on a 22 per cent drop in resale activity this year compared to 2014.
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A community in the southeast and another in the northwest topped all areas of Calgary in applications to build single-family homes over the first half of 2015.
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Growth in Airdrie didn’t match soaring numbers from recent years, but last year’s uptick is “more reasonable,” says the city’s head of planning and development.
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Even as construction continues in the town’s core, Mayor Craig Snodgrass said the vision of a changing downtown—as seen by previously finished streets—is a better sight than even what he could imagine.
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Calgarians love car2go, so much so that our city has the second highest number of members at 80,000, not far behind Vancouver at 88,000.
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EDMONTON – Despite the economic downturn and rising food prices, Albertans are still eating and drinking at restaurants and bars.
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EDMONTON – The city has hired an independent expert to do a safety audit of all documents related to the Edmonton Metro LRT line’s signalling system, transportation general manager Dorian Wandzura said Friday.
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Outside factors will impact housing market through 2016
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EDMONTON – Edmonton plans to spend $1.4 million over two years to define the goals of its public transit system, but the earliest that frustrated riders will see major improvements to the bus network is 2018.
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Concern over the sagging fortunes of Alberta’s oil sector is not stopping plans for a $40-million residential development at Sylvan Lake in the central part of the province.
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