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Housing prices in Calgary poised for moderate growth:

Public is starting to panic when there is no need. Target and Sony were planning on closing way before oil prices dropped. Housing market is going to remain vibrant as well. Housing all depends on supply and demand. No demand means, lower prices because of an over influx of inventory. No one has a crystal balls to see what the ... Read More »

Calgary Community List

Hey folks, If you’re looking to move to Calgary. Here is a list of all the great communities in our beautiful city. Drop me a email if you have questions about communities to live in. I can tell you the median sale price in that area as well. I have lived in Calgary my entire life and know this city better ... Read More »

18 Toboggan Hills Sanctioned By the City

It’s a sad day for my inner child. Why is everything in our life’s getting so restricted? Now granted I know some changes are needed but it’s getting to the point that we soon will not be able to leave our houses without a face mask and a helmet. When I was a kid, there was no hill we were ... Read More »

Half of photo radar tickets issued to CBE staff occurred in playground, school zones | Calgary Herald

Public school board staff racked up thousands of dollars in traffic-related fines over the past two years, such as failing to stop at a red light, with nearly half of all speeding infractions occurring in playground or school zones across the city. The Herald requested all copies of traffic infractions incurred by Calgary Board of Education staff between Jan. 1, ... Read More »

Community associations get creative in effort to engage citizens | Calgary Herald

Community members will be cooking in Inglewood, building in Bridgeland and splashing in Sunalta, this coming year. In an effort to engage citizens, bring together neighbours and keep their halls and services relevant, community associations in Calgary are getting creative. Reporter Annalise Klingbeil takes a look at the one-of-a-kind initiatives that three local community associations worked on in 2014. 1. ... Read More »

EV’s Favourite Things: 12 Days of Giveaways

Come to the EV Experience Centre starting December 6 to be eligible for daily giveaways of a few of our favourite things from some of the best merchants in the city. We’ve got Charcut, Phil & Sebastian, and Sidewalk Citizen Bakery gift packages, High Performance Rodeo tix, yoga and zoo light passes and much, much more. It’s the best 12 ... Read More »

Despite spiking house prices, ownership became slightly more affordable in the third quarter, says RBC | Financial Post

Despite spiking house prices, ownership became slightly more affordable in the third quarter, says RBC | Financial Post

TORONTO — Home ownership became more affordable in Canada in the third quarter despite a broad spike in home prices, according to the latest survey by RBC Economics. The bank says that was because of rising household incomes, low and steady interest rates and cheaper utility costs in many parts of the country. RBC says resales rose for the eighth ... Read More »

Pedestrian crash closes busy road in downtown Calgary | CTV Calgary News

Calgary Police say that they’ve closed a road on Centre Street in the downtown core after a pedestrian was hit by a vehicle. At just before 7 a.m., crews were called to the area of Centre Street and 9 Avenue after a man was struck by a commuter bus from Airdrie. EMS confirmed that they transported a man in his ... Read More »

More homeowners come forward with claims against bankrupt Calgary contractor

The number of consumer complaints against a bankrupt Calgary contractor has grown, with 24 former customers alleging Bruce Hopkins collected more than $3 million for unfinished renovations or projects that were never started. Service Alberta Minister Stephen Khan said his department is closely examining the complaints for any breaches of the provincial regulations that govern contractors who collect advance payments, but Hopkins’ former customers ... Read More »