The Lethbridge industrial real estate market saw good
returns through the first quarter of 2019, and those are only going to get
better in the next year when the fourth, fully-serviced subdivision opens up in
Sherring Industrial Park, says Vinko Smiljanec, an associate with Avison
Young’s Lethbridge office.
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After the Real Estate Council of Alberta opened an
investigation, a Lethbridge businessman has elected to leave the industry.
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Lethbridge will be growing in size as well as population.
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After ruling out public funding for a new swimming pool at
its proposed $10-million multi-use recreation centre, the Town of Coaldale
announced during Monday’s council meeting it will be launching public
consultations on what sorts of activities should be included in the design of
its new facility.
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The Highway 3 Twinning Development Association is looking
for commitments in order to pave the way to a fully twinned stretch of highway
from the B.C. border to Medicine Hat.
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Apartment projects continue to boost home construction in
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Two downtown intersections will be closed as contractors
complete work on Lethbridge’s new transit terminal and parkade.
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Now it’s legal. Off-highway vehicles may be operated on
Lethbridge County roads.
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More marijuana shops are welcoming Lethbridge shoppers.
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A Taber hemp farm and its research partners have been chosen
as the first ever recipients of a Protein Industries Canada Supercluster grant.
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