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"We want to offer a cheaper, more family-oriented alternative. You could take your nine-year-old with you and they'd have the ability to hit the ball and not have a real frustrating day," Hiebert said.

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Zellers is taking over the space left vacant when Wal-Mart relocated to the nearby Grasslands commercial development and rebranded as a Wal-Mart Supercentre.

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Vincic said the company anticipates the Lalor mine will have a 15-year lifespan, but it could be even longer with some extra exploration. “For the town of Snow Lake, that’s a pretty significant development.

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The demand for housing has created the first anomaly for a bedroom community: Martensville's average house prices are higher than in Saskatoon, and perhaps the highest in the province.

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Brandon's baseline (February 2009): "Huge levels" of government spending plank economic floor of Manitoba's second city A landmark year (December 2008): Winnipeg hunts for consturction workers as giant public projects reshape the city Bearing up (Oct

Regina home sales on record-setting roll

There were 344 residential properties sold in Regina during the month of May, up 14 per cent from the 302 sales in 2008. May was the first month in 2009 that the number of sales exceeded 2008 levels in Regina.

Pulp mill eyed as power plant

It is estimated the plant would cost $250 million to construct. The letter is subject to the formal approval of three parties named. However, Prince Albert Mayor Jim Scarrow said he had "every confidence" the project will come to fruition.

Soaring taxes spur lake country cottage sales

The impact will be felt in mid-summer when the cottagers' annual tax bills are due.

Standard Aero inks major deal

"It's a made-in-Canada solution for WestJet. It adds more diversity to our Winnipeg site.

Students to ring in NASDAQ

A group of students and faculty from the Asper School of Business will follow in the footsteps of CEOs and celebrities to ring one of the most important bells in international financial markets.