The end of the wage subsidy and the continued decline in business confidence is unlikely to dampen Taranaki’s buoyant housing market, with realtors across the region reporting soaring house prices and a shortage of listings.
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Shell Canada says the Quest carbon capture and storage project north of Edmonton has reached the milestone of five million tonnes of stored carbon dioxide, equivalent to the annual emissions of about 1.25 million cars.
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Edmonton has officially been named one of two hub cities where hockey teams will play the 2020 Stanley Cup playoffs.
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Canada’s economy created 952,900 new jobs in June in a flurry of rehiring as lockdown restrictions began to ease.
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As anyone who has recently spent time in any of the city’s 8,000 hectares of green space can attest, Calgarians are eager to get outside.
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Better internet speed and reducing costs
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The Alberta government is providing $20 million to upgrade the University of Lethbridge’s district heating and cooling centre, which will create about 112 jobs in the Lethbridge area.
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A new production plant being set up in Winnipeg to turn peas and canola into protein powder is of interest to Alberta growers, but is considered more of a long-term prospect rather than of immediate benefit to most producers.
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On 30th June, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced the most radical reforms to the country’s planning system witnessed since the Second World War.
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The number of households that made a rent payment decreased 2.3 percent since last year. According to The National Multifamily Housing Council’s rent payment tracker, 77.4 percent of households who live in apartments paid partial or full rent by July 6.
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