City officials are reconsidering their approach to dealing with problem properties in residential neighbourhoods, compiling ideas on what it would be more effective.
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Thirteen top banks, including Royal Bank of Canada and Toronto-Dominion Bank, have joined a consortium led by financial tech firm R3 that is working on a framework for using blockchain technology in markets, a spokesman for the firm said on Tuesday.
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Statistics Canada reported Wednesday that Canada’s gross domestic product grew in July — rising for a second straight month after five consecutive monthly declines.
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Council spent the bulk of Monday’s meeting going over the non-statutory Neighbourhood Plan (NP) put forward by Philco Farms Ltd. for the future development of Southbow Landing, which is expected to house up to 9,000 new residents in 3,370 homes in the 545 acres between River Heights and the border with Rocky View County.
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A year after the move toward a user-pay utility model was approved, Coun. Sheena Hughes urged council to heed residents’ feedback and reverse its decision.
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WASHINGTON—Emerging market slowdowns, particularly in China, are souring world growth prospects, the head of the International Monetary Fund warned Wednesday as the IMF prepares to once again downgrade its forecasts for the global economy.
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The first warehouses may soon go up in South Riel, now that city council approved plans for a new business park in the area.
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Edmonton has long been a city of construction giants.
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Sustainable agriculture is a popular environmental concept, and fast becoming a well-worn catchphrase. But according to Greg Bowie, chair of Alberta Beef Producers, sustainability was a practice among Alberta beef ranchers long before it became a trendy topic of conversation among consumers.
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LETHBRIDGE – With hot rods all over the parking lot and a band serenading the large crowd, Lethbridge College was the place to be Wednesday afternoon for the unveiling of the first phase of its state-of-the-art trades and technology building.
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