Posted December 29, 2017

Courtesy Getty Images   Dec 22, 2017 Barb Livingstone Calgary Community, Economy, Slider   As 2017 winds down, experts weigh in on what’s to come It is a word used extensively this year, as Calgary’s economy and housing industry tiptoed to recovery. And that word — modest — is one you will continue to hear… Read More→

Trump’s tax tsunami is about to wallop Canadian jobs and investment

Posted December 21, 2017

Jack Mintz: Canada’s competitive position is about to get rocked, making it harder for Canadian governments to push costs onto businesses through higher levies and regulations President Donald Trump pauses as the media departs after he spoke in the Roosevelt Room of the White House in Washington, Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2017, during a meeting with… Read More→


Posted December 19, 2017

Dec 15, 2017 Geoff Geddes Calgary’s Genesis Centre earns its name The word genesis means a beginning or origin. When it comes to this definition, the Genesis Centre in northeast Calgary was aptly named. Opened in January of 2012, the centre filled a longstanding void in sport, recreation, wellness and cultural services for residents. In… Read More→

Condos vs. Houses: Which Should You Buy? Scott McGillivray Weighs the Pros and Cons

Posted December 18, 2017

Dec. 16, 2017 Scott McGillivray Scott McGillivray is a real estate expert and host of HGTV Canada’s Income Property and Moving the McGillivrays. So you’ve decided to purchase a home. Great. Now comes the hard part. Are you going to purchase a house or a condominium? Depending on your stage of life and what’s available to you the… Read More→

Home Improvement

Posted December 13, 2017

Dec 8, 2017   November marks a rise in sales The November housing market was spurred by a rise in sales, particularly in the lower price ranges.Sales totaled 1,411 units in November, an increase of 15 per cent over last year. This is comparable to longer-term averages for the month of November. Improved sales activity… Read More→

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