Things are starting to look up for Alberta entrepreneurs when it comes to their confidence levels about the economy.
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Population growth, in particular net migration, is one of many factors that contribute to housing demand. However, these demographic fundamentals are expected to remain relatively weak over the next two years.
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The city has a new plan of attack to see the old hospital lands sold sooner.
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The Connecting Devon project continued into Phase 3 this week with another public forum at the Devon Community Centre.
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With air, rail and road transportation networks and world-class logistics warehouses, Calgary’s transportation and logistics industry are moving Calgary – and propelling one of the most dynamic economies in North America.
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For what many of Devon’s town council have described as the town’s biggest project, the Province of Alberta announced more than $11 million in grant funding for the town’s wastewater treatment plant upgrades.
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In preparation for better times ahead, Hexion Specialty Chemicals is expanding and upgrading its 10-year-old manufacturing plant in Sturgeon County.
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Commercial property owners in Alberta pay almost two and a half times what a residential owner pays, based on the same assessed value of property, according to a report released today by the Canadian Federation of Independent Business.
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More bridge construction is happening in Grande Prairie, as the wooden pedestrian bridge near south Bear Creek has been set for reconstruction.
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Plans and preparation for the city’s second fire hall are beginning to heat up as city council unanimously approved $4.4 million for a land purchase in Southfort.
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