Somewhat unintentionally, the thread that connects many of the stories in this week’s edition of the Weekender is the natural world – from wild weather to wildlife, with a few stops in between. We frequently reshape our natural surroundings – to develop new communities and build new homes, for example – but the forces of nature also make their mark on us, for better and for worse.
This week in CREB®Now
Read on to find out more about this unique, 113-year-old heritage home in the heart of the Beltline and its most famous occupant, Nellie McClung.
The summer of 2020 in Calgary will likely be remembered not only for the COVID-19 pandemic, but for the high number of unusually destructive hailstorms that have rolled through the city. Whether this storm season was an anomaly or a sign of things to come remains to be seen, but you can never be too careful!
Interest in visiting this much-beloved urban oasis is at an all-time high thanks to COVID-19. So, before you venture out, why not refresh your memory about everything Fish Creek Park has to offer?
Think you’re well versed in everything there is to know about the many popular lakes dotted across Calgary and the surrounding areas? Think again!
Is it weird that this made me hungry? Anyone else? Just me? OK, fine.
- Real Estate News Exchange – First major tenant opens at Calgary’s huge Taza project
- CBC Calgary – Car-sharing rolls back into Calgary as Communauto offers 150 vehicles in some inner-city neighbourhoods
- Western Investor – Real estate, not retail, seen key to shopping centre survival
- CBC Calgary – Ottawa to give provinces $2 billion to help reopen schools
- Canadian Real Estate Wealth – Housing inventory could swell when deferral period ends – analysis
- Calgary Herald – MRU, RSM and CREB® support the community during the pandemic
- Bloomberg CityLab – Get Lost in 70 Years of Old IKEA Catalogs
- CBC Calgary – Alberta government to support feasibility study for Edmonton-Calgary hyperloop under new agreement
- Calgary Sun – The big shift: Cottages, rural properties more appealing as market responds to the pandemic
- Calgary Herald – ‘Visitors won’t come’: Chinatown businesses oppose 3rd Avenue upgrades project
Have a great weekend!