A group of volunteers is asking Edmonton City Council for as much as $1.2 million in seed money over four years to start a not-for-profit to revitalize Chinatown. The goal is to change perceptions of what has become a run-down area.
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CALGARY —The City of Calgary is rethinking how it looks at risk as it prepares to finalize new rules about building near railway corridors.
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ATB report says an increasing number of new houses are vacant in Calgary and Edmonton
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Coldwell Banker Mountain Central’s Grace Yan spoke with Calgary’s Business about the real estate industry in the city
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Alberta innkeepers say there’s plenty of room to impose taxes on home-share operations, such as Airbnb, to level the playing field in the lodging industry.
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Nearly 20 years after residents of a southeast Calgary community were evacuated from their homes, contaminated lands that once housed an oil refinery are on track to be resurrected as a public park this fall.
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Neighbourhoods like the Beltline, Kensington, Mission and Inglewood all have lower vacancy rates than the downtown core
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Calgary’s drop in demand and a jump in supply has obviously hit prices
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You can’t buy a home with intent and desire alone. You need a financial plan to make the most of your income: CIBC
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With the full legalization of recreational cannabis expected in just months, the country’s real estate agents are warning that provisions allowing for home cultivation of marijuana plants could undermine property values.
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