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Published on 27 Oct 2021 / In News and Politics

Let’s be clear — Canada should not 'move past' oil and gas

Calgary’s newly elected mayor started on a controversial note this week, declaring a “climate emergency” is her top priority. Pressed on her claim, Mayor-elect Jyoti Gondek made positive comments about Calgary’s energy expertise, but also indicated it is time to “move past” oil and gas production. The comments are problematic not just for her city, but for Alberta and all of Canada.

4 downtown Calgary office buildings empty as vacancy rate climbs: report

A new report from Avison Young shows the economic downturn has caused more downtown offices in Calgary to sit empty, but experts believe the shift may not necessarily be a bad thing.

The report has revealed four buildings in the city’s downtown core now sit completely vacant and another five are mostly unfilled, which is unusual for Alberta’s largest city.

What is to be done about Calgary's downtown vacancies?

As a result of the downturn in the oil sector, council voted in 2019 to shift the tax burden away from struggling businesses and onto struggling homeowners.

There are 10 buildings downtown with at least 75% vacancy, with three of them entirely empty, the CBC reports.

Jonny Hehr of Gibbs Gates Architects is looking to repurpose one of these buildings as affordable housing, which he says in addition to putting an empty building to use can serve to bring vibrancy to downtown Calgary.

Calgary’s new mayor says first order of business to declare ‘climate emergency’, ‘move past’ oil and gas

Newly elected mayor of Calgary, Jyoti Gondek, announced this morning in her first interview as mayor, that her top priority is to declare a ‘climate emergency’ in the city of Calgary.

MN Gov. Tim Walz offering gift cards, $100,000 scholarships to vaccinated students

Gov. Tim Walz, D-Minn., announced a vaccine incentives program Monday for young Minnesotans aged 12 to 17 that offers hundreds of dollars in gift cards and up to $100,000 in scholarships if they get the jab.

The program, called "Kids Deserve a Shot!," encourages parents and guardians of fully vaccinated children to submit their children's proof of vaccination for the chance to win either $200 Visa gift cards or one of five $100,000 state collegiate scholarships, according to local KARE 11.

Your Gas Price is About to Soar Even More

Gas prices are bursting through the roof under the Joe Biden presidency, and analysts say they’re only going to get much worse.

After the price of gas clocked in at its most expensive since 2014 prior to the July 4 weekend — at an average of $3.11 a gallon, according to the American Automobile Association — a report from Tuesday indicates a 2-cent increase to $3.13 a gallon.

Nenshi urges Trudeau to ignore Albertans Equalization wishes

He is certainly not going quietly into the night.

Former Calgary mayor Naheed Nenshi is still offering his political advice — telling Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to ignore Albertans’ referendum vote of Equalization and slamming Premier Jason Kenney for even holding it.

“Those referenda were ridiculous in every way. They are purely attempts by Premier Kenney to save his political skin by focusing on how evil the federal government is,” Nenshi told CTV.

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