Morning News Rundown

Here is your Morning News Rundown for Tuesday, September 3:

Calgary’s Housing Market Booming in August – Calgary Herald

Controversial Oil Well Planned Near Calgary’s Royal Oak Community Moves Further Away From Area – Calgary Sun

NFH Designation Removed From 34 High River Homes – High River Times

Water Supply to Cost Over $100 Million Over 25 Years – Okotoks Western Wheel

Alberta Population on Pace to Top Four Million This Year – Calgary Herald

Global Confidence in Canadian Real Estate Soars – Canadian Real Estate Magazine

Canada’s Housing Market Among Most ‘Bubbly’ In World, Economist Finds – Globe and Mail

Regulator Eyes Tighter Mortgage Rules – Globe and Mail

Stricter Mortgage Rules Still Slowing CMHC Lending – CBCNews

Harper’s Advisers Dismiss Interest Rate Warnings in Note to PM – CBCNews

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