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Northwest Coalitions June Update: Now that the Easy Part is Over…

The Provincial Election has come and gone, and we want to thank everyone who participated in the ‘I’m Voting for Kids’ Campaign—we started many valuable conversations about the importance of investing in the early years… and now the real work begins! Child Care and Education...

Your Doctor Wants to Know Your Story

Albertans look out for each other. Your friends know your story. They celebrate success beside you and recognize when you need a hand. Your family doctor or regular healthcare provider can be that same support for your health. Having an ongoing, trusting relationship with your...

About Wine: Henri Cruchon

2017 Henri Cruchon, Le Morget Sélection (LMS) La Côte (www.henricruchon.com) About the Canton: Domaine Henri Cruchon rests on the shores of Lac Léman, 10 km west of Lausanne in the French-speaking canton of Vaud, Switzerland. On the eastern slope of the Jura Mountains, it lies at...

In My Books: The Remains of the Day

The Remains of the Day is a Canadian published fictitious tale written by award-winning author Kazuo Ishiguro. The story of The Remains of the Day is centered around an English butler’s recollection of memories and tales during the WWI and WWII period. These tales...

St. Bede School Playground Update

About Us The Bermuda Drive Educational Teamwork Foundation (BDETF), is the school’s parent-led group whose only purpose is to fundraise for the new playground. The is a group of volunteers who are determined to raise $100,000, half of what is needed for the...

Join the City’s Tax Instalment Payment Plan (TIPP)

TIPP is a popular program that allows you to pay your property taxes by monthly instalment instead of making one payment before the June 28 deadline. Your payment comes out of your chequing account automatically the first day of every month, making budgeting easier and...

Stepping into a Renovation Project

Start off on the right foot with some free professional advice – visit us at a Home Improvement Information Session near you Considering a renovation? Have questions about home improvement projects? Drop in to a free community information session near you and talk to one...

June Queen Elizabeth School News

by Hamish MacAulay School year 2018-2019 is almost at an end. Students and staff still have important work to get through in these last few weeks between breaths of fresh, early summer air. Special Spring Fling Thanks Spring Fling 2019 was a cosmic success! Fun was had,...

I’ve been hearing reports about radon in Alberta homes; should I be concerned?

I’ve recently started hearing reports about radon in Alberta homes. If I’m buying a home in Alberta, is it something I should be concerned about? You’re right to be asking this question. A lot of people aren’t familiar with radon, but they should be. Radon is an odourless, tasteless, colourless radioactive...

I’ve Made an Offer that Expires, but the Seller’s Agent Won’t Take It to the Seller. Is this Allowed?

I’m in a time crunch and need to purchase a property fast. I’ve made an offer that expires in the extreme short-term, but the seller’s agent refuses to take it to the seller, saying the seller wants to consider all offers at a later date. Is this allowed? Yes. The...

What’s the Difference Between Being a Real Estate Client and Customer?

I’ve heard that calling myself a “customer” of a real estate professional means I won’t have to pay them for their services. Is that correct? No. Choosing to call yourself a customer has very little to do with payment. Being a “customer” is a specific type of working relationship you...
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