The U.S. Presidential election coming up in November may well decide the fate of the infamous Keystone XL oil pipeline, with the conservative right and the liberal left facing off in a race that could shape the fate of the North American energy landscape for decades to come. Politics is not for wimps–neither is oil pipeline construction in a climate that has labeled oil pipelines as pariahs in North America. And the Keystone XL project is a spectacular pawn in an extremely visible environmental battle.
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The median MLS sale price of $400,000 is down 4.76 per cent from a year ago and the average sale price of $438,498 has dropped by 7.56 per cent
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Sturgeon County council has committed to a plan to protect and improve the Sturgeon River.
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As the province began to relaunch the economy, a number of things that had been closed in Airdrie slowly began to reopen. On March 6th, that included the Airdrie Recycling Depot and, apparently, residents of the city were anxious to have that happen.
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All recessions are bad, but in different ways. Different industries and types of workers are affected – the financial crisis was a bad time for bankers and it’s lower earners who are bearing the greatest economic and health risks this time.
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The NOIDA Authority will go fully digital from June 1 to get all property-related work done. All documents will also be uploaded online by June end to make it easier for people to view the details online.
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Sales are off from last year, but low interest rates, consumer demand fueling housing market
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Just as quickly as the COVID-19 pandemic bolted across the country, that’s how fast the financing situation has changed for homebuyers. And whether the mortgage market will return to “normal” once the scourge subsides is anybody’s guess.
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When the average person wants to buy a house, they call up a local banker or log on to a mortgage search engine tool and start comparing options. But not everyone has the time or prerequisites to qualify for a traditional mortgage. In these situations, private mortgage lenders can fill the void in the market.
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Godrej Properties, one of India’s major property developers, has changed its selling technique over the past few months. With the country under a nationwide lockdown, the developer says it has been forced to adapt and has moved its entire home sales process online.
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