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'We do have some concerns': Ken King responds to city overture on arena deal

The Calgary Flames have offered a decidedly wary response to a recent overture by city councillors to relaunch negotiations on a potential arena deal, months after talks fell apart. 715 more words

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'A great fit': Centennial Planetarium to become modern art gallery after $24.5 million in upgrades by city

What was once an educational science centre for children is being turned into a modern art gallery, as the City of Calgary announced Tuesday it will be renting out the Centennial Planetarium to Contemporary Calgary after $24.5 million in upgrades. 408 more words

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Looking for a great mixed-use investment in Sarasota, FL

Looking for a great mixed-use investment?

This property has six, fully-occupied multifamily units and 4,400 sf of office space. It doesn’t take much imagination to see how you can create substantial value on a property listed at under $90 psf! 7 more words

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‘It’s about common sense’: Architect’s group vows to keep fighting for Edmonton’s Coliseum

A team trying to save Edmonton’s Coliseum didn’t get far Tuesday at City Hall, but vowed to keep gathering public support for their vision and try again. 499 more words

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SOLD - 384 Lancaster Avenue

Pure Nature’s Wellness Inc.,  a wholly owned subsidiary of Aphria Inc., has finalized the purchase of 384 Lancaster Ave in west Saint John. The property will be used in the future as a laboratory for the testing and production of medicinal cannabis oils.    187 more words

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Chamber is working on showing city council ways to reduce costs

As frustration grows among business owners, especially with the new group Prosperity Edmonton, behind the scenes work is gathering steam to provide city council spending alternatives when the next four-year budget cycle is put to paper later this year. 452 more words


Paula Simons: Edmonton city council will need flexibility to save historic Brighton Block

The Ernest Brown Block opened for business in 1912, the elegant Edwardian headquarters of Edmonton’s leading photographer, Ernest Brown. For years, the three-storey red brick and limestone building, later known as the Brighton Block, was one of the most iconic commercial buildings on Jasper Avenue, a symbol of Edmonton’s first great building boom. 818 more words

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