The Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) said on Tuesday that its weekly small business recovery dashboard saw a slight improvement since its launch last week as part of the #SmallBusinessEveryDay campaign, which will run through the fall.
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Ratings agency Fitch has downgraded Alberta’s credit status, citing the provincial government’s soaring borrowing in response to the economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and oil slump.
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Red Deer city council gave initial approval to a plan to switch future commercial and residential growth in the Timberlands subdivision.
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Cold winter temperatures boosted new-year profits in the city’s utility division, but dropping demand and much softer pricing forecasts could see those dampened by year end, according to the latest city financial statements.
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It remains to be seen, but a substantial injection of capital spending and new sector-specific roadmaps for diversifying the Alberta economy, could hold promise for southeastern Alberta.
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The Exhibition Park Exolution upgrade got a super charge from the provincial government to help transform it into a world class agrifood hub right here in Lethbridge.
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A downtown Red Deer hotel will be converting 109 of its visitor suites to rental apartments after gaining approval from the municipal planning commission on Tuesday.
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Red Deer city council has given final approval for the rezoning of six legal, non-conforming properties on the east side of 59 Avenue just north of 67 Street.
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Staff at the NexSource Centre have used their time during the shutdown to perform some regular maintenance and projects in the facility.
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The City of Lethbridge says programmable, coloured lighting can be a great way to have a year-round festive atmosphere at your home. But, did you know they have to be installed by a licensed electrician and inspected by the City to be deemed safe and meet the requirements of the Canadian Electrical Code?
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