City officials say Medicine Hat is in a better position than most Canadian cities to tackle an infrastructure deficit that will cost $1 billion to fix, but a concerted effort over the next three decades is needed.
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Fast-rising home prices in 2013 gave U.S. borrowers back much-needed equity in their homes. The housing crash and subsequent plunge in prices during the end of the last decade put millions of borrowers “underwater” on their mortgages—owing more than their homes were worth.
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EDMONTON – It hardly qualifies as breaking news, but that doesn’t make it any less true — the media thrives on conflict, death, fear and destruction.
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Airdrie City council voted unanimously in favour of second and third reading of a pair of debenture bylaws that will see the City borrow more than $9 million, on Feb. 17.
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Airdrie City council voted unanimously in favour of first reading of a pair of debenture bylaws that would see the City borrow more than $9 million, on Jan. 20.
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Another year, another set of talks.
Vegreville-Wainwright MP Leon Benoit, whose constituency includes a portion of Fort Saskatchewan, held his annual town hall meetings last week, addressing issues including taxation and government deficits.
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Now that the federal debt and spending cans have been kicked down the road until after the first of the year, a number of people have contacted me to see if the recent showdown will be repeated when the next days of reckoning occur.
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Ever heard of a wedding crasher? You know — that distant “cousin” who shows up uninvited, hangs around the open bar all night, chugs down double-everythings and falls on his butt on the dance floor — all before mysteriously vanishing and leaving his night of indulgence on the father of the bride’s tab.
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Town taxes, debt and future borrowing were all front and centre during a forum of council candidates hosted by Sylvan Lake Chamber of Commerce last Friday night.
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Michael discusses the days this week and in weeks to come that the US will have big debt payments to make if the debt ceiling debt ceiling debate isn’t resolved. Also some of the utter nonsense going on surrounding the debate.