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Skyline REIT swoops on Calgary industrial

Skyline REIT swoops on Calgary industrial

REIT nabs $67 million single-tenant distribution centre as city becomes a hot spot for development and investments.
'We haven’t had no rain in forever’

'We haven’t had no rain in forever’

Northern Alberta farmers say record heat wave, drought, is frying bumper crops and stunting growth of livestock
Trans-Mountain pipeline starts tunnelling in Burnaby

Trans-Mountain pipeline starts tunnelling in Burnaby

Milestone reached as 1,150-kilometre project burrows into the final link from the Alberta oilsands to tidewater
Amazon’s new Alberta robotic hub biggest in West

Amazon’s new Alberta robotic hub biggest in West

Planned 600,000-square-foot distribution facility near Edmonton will dwarf similar Amazon facility planned at Port of Vancouver
Avenue Living buys 1,566 Edmonton rental units for $275 million

Avenue Living buys 1,566 Edmonton rental units for $275 million

Massive deal involved three multi-family portfolios, dozens of apartment buildings and three real estate brokerages
First rodeo rolls as Alberta reopens

First rodeo rolls as Alberta reopens

Starting July 9 Bonnyville will host the first rodeo held in Canada since the pandemic began
Heat wave threatens construction work

Heat wave threatens construction work

Some contractors are simply telling their workers to stay home as temperatures hit all-time June highs across B.C. and Alberta
Western landlords dangle incentives

Western landlords dangle incentives

Free rent, gift cards, cash-back among perks offered to many residential tenants in Calgary, Edmonton and Winnipeg – Vancouver not so much
Alberta city approves $33 million solar farm

Alberta city approves $33 million solar farm

St. Albert says the 55-acre, 15-megawatt solar array could power 25,000 homes and generate $2.4 million for the city each year
INVESTIGATE: B.C. law could hand First Nations veto power

INVESTIGATE: B.C. law could hand First Nations veto power

Proposed legislation could increase First Nation regulatory power over resource projects and widen potential for corruption, lawyers say