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It started as a way to achieve more affordable housing, but was amended to kill historic districts, allow development without enough public process and encourage demolitions. 71 more words
Our increasing time behind the wheel shows the lengths many go for a reasonable rent payment.
The term “supercommuter,” which refers to those Americans who travel more than 90 minutes each way to work, somewhat blithely suggests something bigger and better. 26 more words
Moving to a new city, particularly in your 20s or 30s, can be a defining moment in your life. Yet people in the U.S. are moving at historically low rates, and you don’t need to look far to see why. 759 more words
Despite Alberta’s economic downturn, Edmonton and the communities that surround it continue to grow. This means new subdivisions need to be built to accommodate the influx of people, and that requires long-term planning. 539 more words