Morning News Rundown

Here is your Morning News Rundown for Thursday July 4th:

Calgary Can’t Handle Flood Bills Alone, Nenshi Says – Huffpost Alberta

Future of Art Central Building Likely to be Revealed in Telus Announcement – Calgary Herald

Hundreds of Calgarians Face Months With no Permanent Home – Calgary Herald

Habitat Plans Additional Housing – Calgary Herald

Mortgage Rates Canada: 1% Hike Could Sink Housing Market – Huffpost Alberta

High River Mounties Discover Four Small-Scale Grow-ops in Flood-Ravaged Town – Calgary Sun

Greater Vancouver Housing Market Shows Signs of Revival – Globe and Mail

CMHC Announces First Registered Covered Bond Programs – CMHC

Ottawa’s New Rules Creating ‘Red Hot’ Market for Homes Under $999,999 – Financial Post

High-End Market Takes a Positive Turn – Canadian Real Estate Magazine

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