Something the Alberta government didn’t do in its new budget has caught the attention and appreciation of the Alberta Real Estate Association (AREA) and should do the same for all Albertans.
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Back in 2009, the first full year of the last recession, Calgary and area builders started 6,318 new homes.
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The NDP government’s plan to revive Alberta’s struggling economy basically boils down to this: Let’s hope oil prices recover while we spend bags of money we don’t have on public infrastructure, with billions more aimed at juicing the growth of early-stage companies.
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It looks like municipalities may have found a friend in the new NDP government.
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Finding new uses for once blighted areas is nothing new for the city.
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The Skate Canada International 2015 this weekend drew some of the best skaters in the world to Lethbridge, but the legacy it leaves behind will involve much more than memories on the ice.
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Construction at three sites across the city affected by the city’s move to dismiss the original contractor appear to be nearing completion.
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The sounds of children playing and family barbecues once echoed through the long abandoned neighbourhood of Lynnview Ridge.
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The predicament that faces both energy companies and their employees is expected to continue across the province.
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Your tax dollars could get you more cops, more snow removal and more space for the dead if the 2016 St. Albert budget goes ahead as planned.
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