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Saskatchewan Winter Games 2022 cancelled due to COVID concerns

Saskatchewan Winter Games 2022 cancelled due to COVID concerns

It would have been the first Winter Games held in the capital city
Federated Cop-op buys 181 Husky gas stations

Federated Cop-op buys 181 Husky gas stations

$264 million deal is the largest retail acquisition in the Co-op’s history
OPINION: Sell your industrial and retail real estate right now

OPINION: Sell your industrial and retail real estate right now

Veteran Saskatchewan broker says this is the time to cash out of industrial and commercial retail assets
Oil and gas companies default on $20M in property taxes

Oil and gas companies default on $20M in property taxes

Saskatchewan rural municipalities say millions of dollars already written off and tax arrears are increasing
Port of Churchill will close for two years

Port of Churchill will close for two years

Canada’s only deep-water Arctic shipping port will be closed until 2023 as the rail link to the docks is replaced – grain shipments have already halted
Top western towns for real estate investors 2021-22

Top western towns for real estate investors 2021-22

Western Investor’s annual forecast of top investor towns looks at five centres that are riding out the pandemic and look solid for investors into 2022
Winnipeg’s core facing an exodus

Winnipeg’s core facing an exodus

Failure to launch big downtown redevelopment projects underlines the migration of new offices and retail real estate into the suburbs
Starlight pulls plug on troubled Winnipeg mall

Starlight pulls plug on troubled Winnipeg mall

$400 million proposal to revitalize Portage Place mall appears dead
Artis REIT sells four Regina retail centres

Artis REIT sells four Regina retail centres

The $41.3 million deal totals more than 141,000 square feet of space and 11.1 acres of land sold to three separate buyers
Saskatchewan leads nation in manufacturing

Saskatchewan leads nation in manufacturing

Monthly sales of $1.78 billion in July represented the highest year-over-year increase among all provinces