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July 26, 2012 | CREBNow

Ahead by a Century

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July 26, 2012 | CREBNow

Wheatland County

With its rolling hills and cropland to cattle farms and collection of towns and hamlets, Wheatland County to the north and east of Calgary has maintained a sense of community amidst rural and urban lifestyles.

Wheatland County includes the communities of Strathmore, Gleichen, Cluny, Dalemead, Carseland, Lyalta, Rosebud, Hussar, Rockyford, Chancellor, Dalum and more.
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July 26, 2012 | Cody Stuart

Calgary Holding Strong

A new report on Calgary's luxury offerings is providing additional support for the argument the city's housing market is growing at a more steady and sustainable rate than other markets across the country.

Although multiple sources have singled out the housing markets in Toronto and Vancouver as proof of a greater Canada-wide trend, Calgary has yet to see the sort of rapid price fluctuations and sales declines evident in those cities.
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July 26, 2012 | CREBNow

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July 25, 2012 | Cody Stuart

Cranston

Situated on Calgary's southern perimeter and named for the family that originally homesteaded the area, Cranston offers residents a lifestyle not easily equaled by many of the city's neighbourhoods. With Downtown Calgary and the Rocky Mountains both easily accessible via Deerfoot Trail or Highway 22X, and with a bevy of amenities in and around the community itself, Cranston residents can take full advantage of both the natural and manmade attractions in the area.

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July 25, 2012 | CREBNow

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July 23, 2012 | Cody Stuart

A Century Celebration on Centre Street

Spanning almost a century, Calgary's Centre Street Bridge Nears 100th Anniversary

Constructed at a cost of $365,000 in 1916, to replace the old steel truss MacArthur Bridge that was destroyed in a flood, Calgary's Centre Street Bridge has linked the city's north and south for nearly a century.
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July 23, 2012 | CREBNow

Test Your Knowledge

Calgary has always been a city of vast progress and growth. When fire engulfed much of the city's core — comprised of primarily wooden structures — in 1886, City Council decided sandstone would be used as a safer building material and the "Sandstone City" was born.

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July 23, 2012 | CREBNow

Lougheed House

Surrounded by skyscrapers and apartments, Calgary's Lougheed House was once separated from downtown by prairie grasslands in an area known simply as "South of the Tracks".

"At the time it was built in 1891, the population of Calgary was 4,000 people and this palace . . . was then out on the prairie, people thought (James Lougheed) was crazy," said Blane Hogue, executive director, Lougheed House.

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