There’s been a lot of hubbub about the Green Line in the past few weeks. First, a Herald article about an internal document on phasing the project – building the city centre parts of the route first, and adding on as funding allows. Then, Mayor Nenshi’s response about avoiding phasing. More recently, the city has floated some possible changes in the alignment through Ramsay, to the ire of some residents.
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Aquatera is backtracking on a plan to raise Clairmont’s sewage rates by 20% this year,
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The City of Grande Prairie is looking at investing up to $80,000 for a study on railway crossings during the 2018 year budget review.
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Capital spending on non-residential tangible assets is anticipated to edge up 0.8% in 2017, following two consecutive annual declines. Expenditures by private sector organizations have been decreasing annually since 2014, while spending by public sector organizations has risen.
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Legal complications have scuttled a proposal to sell a boat launch to the Town of Sylvan Lake.
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The Town of Okotoks has made a decision on the future of downtown following Monday’s council meeting.
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VANCOUVER, Feb. 28, 2017 /CNW/ – The home ownership dream is not dead, but deferred, for many millennials in Canada and around the world, with slow salary growth and house price inflation the greatest barriers to millennials buying a home.
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There may be a silver lining in the controversy growing over the potential realignment of the Green Line through Ramsay.
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The long road to re-establishing Symons Valley Ranch will begin with pop-up markets.
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This year, the Town of High River is focused on completing flood mitigation projects, strengthening its asset management program, evaluating recreation facilities and increasing downtown vitality while driving commercial growth, according to town officials.
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