Premier Rachel Notley says Alberta will again ease mandatory
oil production cuts due to lower storage levels.
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A new report suggests there is a perception the issues of
safety and security, harassment and homelessness are getting worse in
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Capital spending in Alberta is expected to be near $60
billion in 2019 for the third year in a row, says Statistics Canada.
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The City of Edmonton will return 454 Park & Ride parking
stalls at the Century Park LRT station to a private developer.
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A city councillor is calling for a review of “upzoning” in
the city’s core after hearing concerns that a slew of recent tower approvals is
eating up market demand and driving up land prices.
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Calgary already has several storage facilities for its light
rail cars, but the soon-to-be-built Green Line maintenance and storage yard is
the first to draw federal interest.
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StatsCan said energy products accounted for most of the
reduction in the value of exports
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Toronto-Dominion Bank and Canadian Imperial Bank of Canada
both reported fiscal first-quarter results that included higher provisions for
loan losses, contributing to earnings that missed analysts’ estimates.
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A proposed lease extension for a private golf club operating
in the river valley will go before city council’s executive committee on
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The Edmonton International Airport, a proposed southwest
Edmonton hospital, and the Valley Line LRT expansion are driving long-range
commercial real estate trends, says a report from the real estate firm CBRE.
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