Good news for central Alberta motorists.
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The High River Chamber of Commerce is giving the Vital Signs survey a thumbs up for the information they collected about small business in the community.
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Do Albertans welcome a new tax?
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The Alberta electoral boundaries commission’s final report calls for a fully urban constituency for Grande Prairie, as recommended in the interim report.
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For much of the past two decades, China has been the main driver of global oil demand growth. In the coming two to three decades, China is expected to become the leading determinant in global natural gas demand as well, outpacing the U.S. as the biggest natural gas consumer at some point between 2040 and 2050.
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As people around the world move into cities and look for housing, one thing is clear: Most will have a hard time paying for it.
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China’s property sales will slow in the fourth quarter but prices will remain stable, the housing minister said on Sunday, as more signs emerged that the country’s nearly two-year housing boom had peaked.
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Do you ever get that gazumping feeling? Maybe you’re a gazunderer?
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What is leadership?
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Melbourne’s auction market produced yet another robust result for most sellers as the spring selling season moves towards a remarkable crescendo next weekend.
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