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Category: July 2022

Ten Years of The Shaw Charity Classic

There are many reasons why Calgary is on the international map. World-class events, unparalleled access to sports and recreation, an entrepreneurial and charitable spirit, the abundance of natural resources; much

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The Hot Market Cools (a bit)

For more than a year, despite the fallout from lockdowns and workplace unpredictability, Calgary sellers basked in wild home prices, a lack of inventory and listings supply falling way short

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Turning a new leaf

More than two decades after first being legalized, Canadians are continuing to come around when it comes to using cannabis for medical purposes, say industry experts. And many believe regulatory

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Sky’s the Limit

The horizon for Calgary’s manufacturing industry points onwards and upwards, especially for those seizing aerospace opportunities. Global corporations such as Japan’s Hibiki-Seiki and De Havilland Aircraft of Canada are recognizing

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The Boom and the Challenge

There is good news, and uncertain and unpredictable news when it comes to Calgary’s battered and bruised commercial real estate market. The juxtaposed reality is that Calgary’s commercial real estate

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Meeting a Growing Need

For over 20 years, The Salvation Army has served the residents of SE Calgary from its storefront location in Forest Lawn. While the facility has served the organization and community

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Parker’s Pen – July 2022

Faced with a seven-hour drive to spend time with daughters in Trail and on Christina Lake, we had the bright idea of flying into Castlegar, saving the long drive and

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