Investors who bought units at New Horizon Mall, just off Highway 2 north of Calgary, say they’re still stuck with unrented stores and receiving little interest from businesses in leasing them seven months after it opened.
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Named after the French novelist and playwright Honore deBalzac, the tiny hamlet of Balzac, located just north of Calgary, is so small that its population doesn’t even crack double digits. However, it packs a wallop when it comes to commercial development.
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The Bayside Estates community played host to a ribbon-cutting ceremony yesterday that marked the official opening of a new bridge spreading over the local canal to allow both pedestrians and vehicles to safely cross.
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After years of low property-tax increases, Airdrie residents will be paying 8.47 per cent more in 2019. Airdrie City council approved a $150-million operating and $20-million capital budget for 2019 at its Dec. 3 meeting.
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After deliberating them for a month, Airdrie City Council approved the 2019 operating and capital budgets at their council meeting this week.
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A number of Airdrie residents say they’ve had just about all they can take from a horrible smell that’s coming a feedlot and compost facility that’s existed in the community for generations.
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Last night (November 26) members of the executive from the Airdrie Chamber of Commerce listened in as City Council discussed the 2019 Airdrie budget. What they heard has left them very concerned.
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CREB®Now sat down with the mayors of Calgary’s four primary satellite communities – Airdrie, Okotoks, Chestermere and Cochrane – to find out what makes their town or city unique and a great place to live.
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Monthly Statistics: Airdrie, Chestermere, Cochrane, Okotoks
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Reports of coyote sightings have increased three times what is typical for this time of year, according to Jeff Hughes, City of Airdrie natural parkland technician. The municipality is working with a contractor to address the issue, he added.
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