Calgary, Alberta, May 31, 2016 – Amidst the doom and gloom of Alberta’s oil sector, Calgary’s high-tech industry is thriving. Access to top-level talent, financial incentives and a lifestyle that attracts today’s tech professionals are creating the perfect climate for the industry, according to the report Colliers International released today.
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The city has put on hold any further discussions regarding hospital parking in the Hillside neighbourhood while it examines the costs associated with doing a redevelopment plan for the area.
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NEW YORK & CALGARY, Alberta–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Saks Fifth Avenue today announced plans to open its third Canadian location, in Calgary, Alberta. Expected to open in January 2018, the 115,000 square-foot, two-level location will be part of CF Chinook Centre, a Cadillac Fairview property. The new store will feature a modern and authoritative merchandise assortment, including women’s designer, contemporary, modern ready-to-wear, men’s, beauty, jewelry, shoes and handbags. In addition to its elevated assortment, the new location will offer a full service Fifth Avenue Club, complete with private suites and personal shopping consultants.
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Reducing Deerfoot Trail gridlock through quick fixes could still take up to a decade, says a consultant reviewing the freeway’s future.
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The Province is looking for the public’s input on a potential future QEII interchange.
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The provincial government is giving cities, towns and counties three years to figure out how to plan and share costs for regional services, defined as anything from roads to swimming pools to policing.
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On May 31, the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo revealed that several local grocery stores have already re-opened to cater to returning Fort McMurray residents.
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Rob Rice has been sleeping on an air mattress in his hardware store this week, running the outlet in Fort McMurray with a skeleton crew and stocking up on freezers, fridges and other appliances.
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Lethbridge City Council gave the green light to pave and reopen a portion of 43 Street South, which will allow greater traffic connectivity with the Southgate and Fairmont neighbourhoods.
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Edmonton’s residential compliance team needs to use a sledgehammer, not a screwdriver, to deal with nuisance properties, city council’s executive committee was told Tuesday.
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