Question: I am an owner of a condo unit in a high-rise condominium building. I am not happy with my board. Our condominium building is falling apart, and the board has failed to do what it is required to maintain and repair the building. There is no reserve fund study. The board wants to keep condo fees low. The board is fearful of issuing a special assessment.
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A program announced Thursday by Alberta Innovates is bringing global business accelerators to Alberta to revolutionize the province’s tech startup sector.
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A new Provincial Economic Forecast released Wednesday by TD Economics indicates strong economic growth for Alberta in the next few years.
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Despite increases in rental rates in Red Deer last month, the city remains among the most affordable in Canada for rental units.
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Alberta is expected to lead the country this year with economic growth of 5.9 per cent, according to a report released Monday by RBC Economics.
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Stephane Prevost managed to weather the staffing shortages at his restaurants in Banff, Alta., for most of the summer. But by early August, he had to close one day a week to give his workers a day off.
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There was good news on the labour front on Friday as more jobs were created in August and the unemployment rates fell in the Calgary region, in Alberta and across the country.
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Question: I live in a townhouse condominium complex. Each unit has a wood burning fireplace. Our board is now concerned about the safety of the fireplace chimneys. The board wants to issue a special assessment and replace each chimney. I thought that I owned the chimney and fireplace. I cannot afford the special levy. How can I stop this? Please help!
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The dream is alive.
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The total value of building permits in Canada decreased 3.9 per cent to $9.9 billion in July, reported Statistics Canada on Thursday.
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