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Wicked winter, soggy spri...

A wicked winter followed by a soggy spring may have put a damper on cottage sales for the second year in a...

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WATERLOO — Waterloo is making a pitch to convert the Carnegie library on Albert Street to an open data hub....

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My wife sometimes tells me the thing that annoys her about me (OK, there’s way more than one thing, but...

Wicked winter, soggy spring dampens c...

A wicked winter followed by a soggy spring may have put a damper on cottage sales for the second year in a row, but...

posted on: Jul 3, 2015 | author: admin

The Most Expensive Vacation Ever R...

My wife sometimes tells me the thing that annoys her about me (OK, there’s way more than one thing, but let’s not get...

posted on: Jul 2, 2015 | author: admin

Carnegie library pitched as open data...

WATERLOO — Waterloo is making a pitch to convert the Carnegie library on Albert Street to an open data hub....

posted on: Jul 2, 2015 | author: admin

Low loonie lures foreign buyers to Ca...

Re/Max says a low Canadian dollar is attracting more foreign buyers into the country’s cottage market. The real...

posted on: Jul 1, 2015 | author: admin

U.S. buyers flock to Canadian vacation homes

posted on: Jun 30, 2015 | author: admin

(Getty Images) TORONTO – Real estate agent Priscilla Sookarow rang in the new year in a novel way, brokering the sale of a $3-million vacation...

Not-so-suite taste of failure

posted on: Jun 30, 2015 | author: admin

When it comes to housing, Calgary continues its proud tradition of putting its head in the sand. The latest push to introduce more legal secondary...

Summer bug forecast: Mosquito, blackfly and d...

posted on: Jun 29, 2015 | author: admin

loading video… Sunday, June 28, 2015, 10:23 PM - It’s summertime and as the mercury climbs, so does the number of bugs. Before you head to the...

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