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December 2020

Found 3 blog entries for December 2020.

Neighborhoods and Districts in Calgary

With nearly 1.3 million residents, Calgary is Alberta's largest city by population. Calgary can be found in the southern region of the province and is also the largest city in all of western Canada.

Calgary is known for both a bustling, active retail and business district, as well as its natural beauty, with over 20,000 acres of public parkland.

Although Calgary is home to some of Canada's most expensive neighbourhoods and most luxurious homes, the city offers a variety of housing types, architectural styles, and price points. Some of the most popular neighbourhoods in Calgary offer proximity to retail and entertainment districts. If you're looking for a guide to Calgary neighbourhoods and districts, read on for a good overview of what Calgary

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Calgary Best Suburbs

Calgary is Alberta's largest city by population, with nearly 1.3 million residents. Located in the southern region of the province, where the Bow River and Elbow River meet, it is also the most populous city in all of western Canada.

The city has primarily built its economy around energy and financial services. Calgary has a thriving downtown, but also many unique residential communities and suburbs. It is well known for its many retail options, as well as its 20,000 acres of public parkland available for recreation. Those considering a relocation to the Calgary area should learn about these eight of Calgary's most prominent suburbs.

Tuscany

Tuscany Amenities

  • Movie theatre
  • Shopping
  • Restaurants
  • Community/event facility
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Calgary AB Housing Market Statistics Calgary’s housing market was rocked by the COVID-19 pandemic during the first half of 2020, and a resurgence in COVID-19 cases will certainly impact the performance of the market as we approach the end of the year. TD forecasts Alberta to be the second hardest-hit province in Canada, facing a 7.2% drop in real GDP with Alberta's unemployment rate soaring to an annual average of 11.5%. The unemployment rate is expected to recover to 2019 levels by 2023.

With house prices sluggish, could now be the time to pick up a bargain?

Alberta's energy sector has also been heavily impacted, as crude production fell more than 10%. The number of home sales fell 8.7% in 2020, the largest drop in Canada, and is expected to fall another 10.3% in 2021. Backing

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