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Condo conundrum

A closer look at the numbers behind Calgary’s apartment-style housing market Statistics Canada recently released an interesting piece of information regarding Calgary’s residential real estate market that went relatively unnoticed. According to the government agency, the share of households in the Calgary census metropolitan area living in condominiums was 21.8 per cent in 2016. That […]
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On top of the world

Standout Cochrane community boasts stunning scenery and abundant amenities Distinctive architecture sets the tone for Melcor Development’s master-planned community of Sunset Ridge in the picturesque town of Cochrane. Inspired by arts-and-crafts and craftsman design elements, homes feature deep and rich natural colour palettes, varied roof pitches and decorative elements like gables, brackets, blocks and false […]
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City on the rise

Chestermere maintains its charm amidst rapid growth and development When Toni Lynne Cousineau and her husband, Larry, moved to Calgary in 1996, they weren’t familiar with the city. Even though they initially lived in Applewood Park, on the city’s eastern edge, they did not know about Chestermere. “We didn’t even know it existed,â€� said. It […]
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The flow of history

Calgary’s rivers have shaped the city’s development since its inception In 1875, members of the North West Mounted Police built a fort at the confluence of the Bow and Elbow Rivers. Fort Calgary quickly attracted early settlers to the area, and a thriving little community started to grow – one that never strayed far from […]
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Growing together

Neighbouring northwest communities of Bowness and Montgomery harken back to Calgary’s formative years Perched along the shores of the Bow River in Calgary’s northwest, the adjacent communities of Montgomery and Bowness share a powerful sense of history. “Bowness is now 116 years old, with generations of families that still live and work here,â€� said Jacqui […]
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