Owning a home in Calgary at market price remains more affordable than it has been on average since the middle of the 1980s, says a new report released Monday by RBC Economics Research.
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Capital investment in Alberta’s oilsands could see a further decline next year on top of the pullback being experienced in 2015, the president of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers said Monday.
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Federal Agriculture minister Gerry Ritz said Albertan crops are in better condition than he expected they would be following the somewhat dry summer season.
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Council is sticking to its guns saying no to a new request for year round implementation of the Ross Street Patio.
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Alberta’s forecast deficit could continue to grow this year as depressed oil prices plunge the province to the brink of a recession, Alberta Finance reported in its quarterly fiscal update Monday.
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An Edmonton man who stormed his landlord’s office and slashed an employee’s neck over a bed bug complaint was sentenced to five years in prison Monday.
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The emerging East Village welcomed its first resident Monday, seven years into its development.
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The city and a non-profit group are taking another look at a proposal to turn a defunct Edmonton church into a community centre.
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Homebuilding activity in Calgary is expected to be lower than the long-term average for the next two years, according to a new report by the Altus Group.
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Notwithstanding the recent modest recovery in sales, TD Economics said Monday it believes that the housing market correction in Calgary, Edmonton, Saskatoon and Regina has not yet run full course.
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