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Calgary, Saskatoon condos eyed for positive rental cash flow

Calgary, Saskatoon condos eyed for positive rental cash flow

With modern condos priced under $200,000 and average rents climbing, investors from B.C. and Ontario are seeking profit on the Prairies
Ski hills appear immune to real estate slowdown

Ski hills appear immune to real estate slowdown

Buyers flocked to B.C. ski hills during the pandemic – and now many are settling in for a long-term lifestyle
Opinion: Options for office space you are no longer using

Opinion: Options for office space you are no longer using

Subleasing excess space is the preferred option because the others come with automatic penalties, financial and otherwise
Seniors communities face a new wave of investment

Seniors communities face a new wave of investment

Stabilizing health outlook post-COVID boosts fortunes of seniors housing
Breaking: Danielle Smith voted new UCP leader, Alberta premier

Breaking: Danielle Smith voted new UCP leader, Alberta premier

Smith tops six other candidates in race to replace Jason Kenny as Alberta's premier.
Kelowna-area house prices dip below $1 million mark

Kelowna-area house prices dip below $1 million mark

September benchmark price for a detached house is down 13 per cent from its April high in the Central Okanagan
Alberta Indigenous groups take $1.2B stake in Enbridge pipelines

Alberta Indigenous groups take $1.2B stake in Enbridge pipelines

The deal is expected to bring in more than $10 million annually to the First Nation and Métis communities in the partnership.
Edmonton industrial vacancies continue to tighten on strong demand

Edmonton industrial vacancies continue to tighten on strong demand

Distribution space the star as Alberta’s real estate markets fire up
Tech demand continues to drive West Coast office markets

Tech demand continues to drive West Coast office markets

Industrial absorption rises during Q3 despite economic jitters
Another 1,000 jobs coming to Calgary

Another 1,000 jobs coming to Calgary

Days after a 1,600-job aircraft manufacturing plant was announced, global tech firm Infosys plans to double its workforce downtown