While you still can’t buy a meal at many restaurants with bitcoin, you can now pay your rent with it.
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The world’s biggest oil producers are close to extending a deal to curb oil production throughout 2018, Opec ministers said on Thursday, with more work needed to shrink swollen stockpiles and underpin prices above $60 a barrel.
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Calgary homeowners will see the municipal side of their property taxes go up by 3.8 per cent next year following city council’s adjustments to the 2018 budget.
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Central Alberta home sales remain sluggish but there is optimism for 2018.
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A provincial sales tax is off the table for Alberta as Finance Minister Joe Ceci looks towards the 2018 budget.
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An Edmonton project has gone off the rails, according to many people living in the Queen Alexandra neighbourhood.
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Council passed a motion to approve the 2018 utilities budget for the town at the Monday night meeting on Nov. 27.
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As OPEC and its non-cartel partners agree to extend production cuts to the end of 2018, Jason Schenker, president at Prestige Economics, joins BNN to discuss the supply/demand aspect of the agreement and why the price of oil is not high enough to garner new drilling in Alberta.
The Devon council meeting on Monday night started with a presentation by MDB Insight on the proposed Economic Development Action Plan.
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TORONTO – In June 2014, regulators were investigating syndicated mortgages linked to Fortress Real Developments, a major force in Canada’s multibillion-dollar market for the risky investments.
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