Nearly five years after the devastating floods, the restoration and renovation efforts at Inglewood Golf & Curling Club are complete.
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Tsuut’ina First Nation Chief Lee Crowchild is urging “sober reflection” in response to a letter by a Lakeview Community Association committee that called on elected officials to reconsider plans for a stretch of the southwest ring road that would link the community to a Tsuut’ina development.
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Calgarians have a lot of complicated feelings bound up with our notions of dwellings. Some of these extend from our self-mythologizing about the Alberta way; others contradict it entirely.
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CALGARY — The latest numbers on housing starts in Calgary show an increase in multi-family-unit starts and a decrease in single-family-unit starts, even though the group that represents the building industry says the market is asking for the exact opposite.
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A combination of the new mortgage stress test, an economy still looking for signs of a real recovery, a long winter and a low level of buyer confidence has had an effect on the Calgary housing market.
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A can of worms. Damned if you do, damned if you don’t. A no-win situation. And, that phrase that ends with ‘hits the fan.’
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The annual inflation rates in Alberta and the Calgary region were slightly higher than the national average in April.
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Natural beauty, and a state-of-the-art recreation facility, on the city’s northwest edge
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Calgary Business: What’s the role and purpose of Downtown Calgary?
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A council committee is recommending Calgary extend its wastewater service to 120 houses outside the city limits.
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