Morning News Rundown

Here is your Morning News Rundown for Thursday July 25th:

REALTORS®, Real Estate Boards and Associations From Across Canada Raise Over $200,000 to Help Alberta Flood Victims – Canada Newswire

Saddledome to Re-Open – 660 News

Be on the Lookout For Bogus Builders – CTV Calgary

Utility Bills Poised to Rise to Prevent Flooding From Stormwater Backup – Calgary Herald

Calgary Residents Demand Drainage Upgrades in Sunnyside and Area – Metro Calgary

Ban on Floodway Development, Lessons From ’05 Limit Damage in Okotoks – Calgary Herald

High River Residents Move Into Saddelbrook – CTV News

Southeast Calgary is Done Getting Short End of Transit Stick – Calgary Sun

Rocky View County Gives Thumbs up For ICE Change – Airdrie Echo

Flood Relief to Be Based on “Average” Alberta Home – Banff Crag and Canyon

Riverfront Plan Being Reworked – Cochrane Times

Okotoks Should Cut Its Losses – Okotoks Western Wheel

Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz Signals Rates to Stay Static for Some Time – Calgary Herald

Empire Sells 68 Safeway Properties to Crombie REIT in $990M Deal – Financial Post

Detroit Bankruptcy Attracts Canuck Property Buyers – Canadian Real Estate Magazine

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