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Saturday, April 30, 2011

Alberta headed for ‘perfect storm’ in worker shortages

Employment and Immigration Minister Thomas Lukaszuk speaks about the province’s forecasted labour shortage at the Alberta Human Resources Conference in Edmonton on Wednesday.
 

Employment and Immigration Minister Thomas Lukaszuk speaks about the province’s forecasted labour shortage at the Alberta Human Resources Conference in Edmonton on Wednesday.

Photograph by: Brian Gavriloff, Edmonton Journal

EDMONTON - Employment Minister Thomas Lukaszuk says Alberta is headed into a perfect storm of conditions that will result in a shortfall of more than 77,000 workers within the next decade.

Lukaszuk says the province’s low birthrate, burgeoning economy and anticipated baby boomer retirements will result in a labour shortage that will affect all businesses if ways are not found to keep “mature workers” — over age 55 — working longer.
 
“We’re walking into a perfect storm. (The year) 2011 is the first year in which officially baby boomers are turning 65, so we’re looking at a large exodus of workers — not only in numbers, but in experience,” he told reporters after releasing the province’s aging workforce strategy before 800 delegates at a human resources conference at Edmonton’s Shaw Conference Centre on Wednesday.
 
He said most employers do not have programs to encourage mature workers to continue working and the province has work to do to educate them about the approaching crisis.
 

The Alberta government has been working for the past three years on a strategy to support older workers, encourage more flexible hours and remove disincentives from working into retirement.

Lukaszuk said that if more workers can be convinced to work longer, that will boost workforce numbers by 40,000 to partially offset the coming shortfall.
 
But he conceded that current social security and taxation programs must be changed to make working into retirement years more lucrative.
 
Alberta is not proposing any new legislation in the short term, but Lukaszuk said his department will review current laws to determine whether changes can be made to allow workers to collect benefits while continuing to work.
 

The province will also work with Ottawa to make sure that its tax policies are not punitive, he said.

The announcement won accolades from the Canadian Federation of Independent Business, but drew darts from the NDP and the head of the 140,000-member Alberta Federation of Labour.
 

“If the minister is talking about providing incentives and supports to people who voluntarily choose to work longer, that’s one thing, but if he is talking about forcing people to work past retirement against their will, he will have a war on his hands because Albertans are simply not going to take kindly to having their retirement dreams undermined and taken away,” said AFL president Gil McGowan.

“They have rushed forth with this strategy, but they haven’t talked to the people they should be talking to, and that’s working Albertans, most of whom look forward to their retirement.”
 
NDP MLA Rachel Notley called the policy the province’s chain-workers-to-their-desks strategy. She expressed concern that in the process of trying to make employer retirement programs more flexible to enable workers to stay longer, the retirement regime will be undermined.
 
“My concern is their efforts to negotiate with industry will result in a reduction of supports for retirement as an incentive to keep older workers in the workplace,” she said.
 
The Conference Board of Canada has predicted that nationally by 2015, there will be not enough qualified people to fill all positions vacated by mature employees, but the situation will be more acute in Alberta, where mature workers already make up 16 per cent of the workforce.
 

The Alberta strategy, called Engaging the Mature Worker, says economic growth in the province will be constrained by the exodus of postwar babies from the workforce, mostly between 2014 and 2028.

It calls on employers to consider reducing hours and responsibilities of older workers, moving some to part-time work, recalling retirees at busy times, redesigning their jobs, using their skills for mentoring and enlisting them in training.
 
Quick facts

- The number of workers aged 55 and over in Alberta doubled from 167,000 to 337,000 between 2000 and 2010.

- More than 17,400 Alberta workers retired last year and 190,000 are expected to retire over the next decade.

- More than 16.5 per cent of Albertans continue to work past age 65 compared to the national average of 10.5 per cent.

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Friday, April 29, 2011

HUGE TD Mortgage Rule Changes

 

April 28, 2011

 

TD just made a major policy change on conventional mortgages – that is, mortgages without CMHC or GE insurance.

 

Effective April 28 2011, clients can now qualify for HELOCs,Variable Rate Mortgages and fixed rates of 1 and 2 years on the 3-year posted rate, instead of the 5-year posted rate.

 

Anything above 3-years (the 3 and 4-year fixed) is qualified on the actual rate, again, instead of the 5-year posted.

 

So, the bottom line is that if you want a 1 or 2-year term, TD can qualify you at 4.55%, not the old 5.69%.
 
That’s a huge difference and frankly, the way it should be!
 
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Denis Hrstic

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Friday, April 29, 2011

Calgary industrial real estate vacancy declines Down to just over 5% in Q1

 
CALGARY — The Calgary industrial real estate market continues to improve with the vacancy rate in the city declining.
 
A report by DTZ Barnicke said vacancy fell from 5.11 per cent last quarter to 5.05 per cent in the first quarter of this year.
 
During this period, the market registered about 215,000 square feet of net absorption, the change in occupied space. Rental rates continued to trend upwards and demand for space continued to increase, said the report.
 
“Several new industrial projects are underway in the city with nearly two million square feet of space proposed. Although most of these new buildings won’t be fully complete until 2012, some are aiming for initial occupancy starting in late 2011,” said the report. “The availability and choice selection for tenants in the market for mid and large sized distribution facilities has improved.”
 
The report said 44 industrial permits were issued in the quarter at an estimated value of nearly $609 million, largely due to the expansion of the Calgary International Airport.
 
The airport is the epicentre of this development with WAM Development Group’s fourth building at Stoney Industrial Centre consisting of 436,000 square feet. Oxford Properties has also begun development of a major industrial park in the area immediately north of the airport, starting with the construction of two buildings totalling about 600,000 square feet.
 

“The future of the industrial market is directly correlated with the economic growth of several primary industries in Alberta,” said DTZ Barnicke. “The continued growth in these industries should promote a strong environment in the short and mid term outlook. The large investors and developers in our marketplace are definitely expressing the confidence with their action.”

 
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Friday, April 29, 2011

Downtown Calgary Office Space at 2008 levels

 
CALGARY — Occupied office space in downtown Calgary has surpassed the level reached during the height of the real estate market in the second quarter of 2008.
 
A report by Colliers International says that occupied space has reached 33.7 million square feet in the first quarter of this year.
 
The overall vacancy rate declined one percentage point to 10.92 per cent which equated to about 393,000 square feet of positive absorption in the first three months of 2011.
 
“Much like in the latter half of 2010, oilsands companies continued to grow, with numerous new projects on the horizon creating additional office space requirements,” said the report. “Most of the activity can be attributed to the strong oil prices and resultant higher levels of activity in the sector.”
 
The recently-completed Eighth Avenue Place office tower absorbed 50,000 square feet last quarter. It is currently 88 per cent leased.
 
Development of the 49-storey, 1.1 million-square-foot EAP began totally on speculation with no leasing deals in place.
 
The new 49-storey Eighth Avenue Place is 88 per cent leased.
The new 49-storey Eighth Avenue Place is 88 per cent leased. Photograph by: Dean Bicknell, Calgary Herald
 
“With oil trading above $100 a barrel, leasing activity in the Calgary downtown office market is expected to remain strong throughout 2011,” said Colliers. “As more companies take on additional projects, the highly active oil sector will continue to recapture most of the jobs lost during the recessionary period.
“As employment increases, vacancy numbers will continue to decline. Good quality space is leasing quickly in the current market, as shown by the strong absorption numbers for the upper classes of office buildings ... Large contiguous blocks of vacancy in all classes of buildings have become short in supply.”
 
Meanwhile, the Calgary Board of Education has officially put the downtown Education Centre building up for sale. The building at 515 Macleod Trail S.E. has been put for sale by public tender with a minimum bid price of $40 million.
 

The five-storey building is close to 91,000 square feet on 1.08 hectares of land.

“The final bid and sale price will ultimately be determined by prevailing market conditions,” said the CBE.
 
The board said the Armengol sculptures, commonly known as the Family of Man statues, are not within the scope of the sale. The future of the sculptures will be determined by the City of Calgary, the sculpture’s owners.
 
The offer for sale by tender will expire May 4.
 

The CBE said the building will be vacant by June this year as staff moves into the new Education Centre at 1221 8th St. S.W.

 

 
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Denis Hrstic

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Wednesday, April 20, 2011

New property listed in Strathmore, Strathmore

Property Photo: 99 STRATHAVEN HTS in STRATHMORE
I have listed a new property at 99 STRATHAVEN HTS in STRATHMORE.
Incredible Value and Immaculate Condition! Welcome to your Perfect Home in Strathaven Heights. Very Private Location but close to everything you Need. Upon entering the First Thing you will think of is HOME. A Perfect Layout that has a large Living Room and Spacious Kitchen. The Kitchen includes an abundance of Cabinets and Shelves and TONS of counter space and an Island to accommodate all your needs. You have to keep extended family away as they will always be over to enjoy the HUGE Living Room. Move-in ready so avoid any elbow grease because the home is in PERFECT condition. The Upstairs Bedrooms are exactly what you need including the Large Master Bed. Need More? Escape to the Fully Finished Basement with a Giant Bedroom and Full Bath. Spacious Backyard and Attached Garage complete the Perfect Home. Call TODAY to book a Private Viewing.
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Sunday, April 17, 2011

Thank you Clients

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Thank you to all our clients. We are committed to ensuring our clients recieve the Best Service in the Industry.
 
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Thursday, April 14, 2011

New property listed in Forest Lawn, Calgary

Property Photo: 1101 38 ST SE in CALGARY
I have listed a new property at 1101 38 ST SE in CALGARY.
CASH FLOW CASH FLOW CASH FLOW. INVESTORS don't miss out on this Incredible Opportunity to own this high income generating property! Main Floor rented out for $1100/month, Basement $700/month, and the Double Detached Garage $300/month for a total of $2100/month. WOW. Corner R2 lot. Updates over the past 10 years to this 4 Bedroom home include shingles, soffits and electrical, as well as a jetted tub, new flooring and new finishing. The Basement has an illegal suite with a separate entrance. Double Detached Garage is insulated, drywalled and heated. Walking distance to 5 schools. Looking for an incredible mortgage helper? This is your new home. Call TODAY and let's make a deal. Seller financing considered OAC.
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Thursday, April 14, 2011

New property listed in Falconridge, Calgary

Property Photo: 75 FALWORTH CRT NE in CALGARY
I have listed a new property at 75 FALWORTH CRT NE in CALGARY.
Why are you paying rent? Own this home for less than $1000 per month OAC*. An Incredible Opportunity awaits Your Family. Newer Laminate Flooring, Tiles, Paint, Lighting. Large and Spacious Living Room to ensure you have all the space for kids or entertaining. Large Backyard and Giant Deck for all the room you need. Basement comes with a Large Family Room and laminate flooring. Quiet Cul-De-Sac so you never have to worry about traffic. Schools and Daycares all around you. Need More? How about Seller Financing. Call listing agent for more details
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Tuesday, April 12, 2011

How Do I Sell My House Fast?

 
We at MyHomeAgent have had a great start to 2011 in helping our clients by selling their houses.
 

Calgarys Best Realtors

 
2011 STATS: MyHomeAgent
 
  • 16 Listings | 10 Sold
  • 8 Houses SOLD To Our Own Buyers

50% OF LISTINGS SOLD TO OUR BUYERS

 
 
Address
MLS Number
L Price
Sold $
% Sold Price
DOM
292 BERWICK DR NW
C3452011
$285,000.00
$285,000.00
100.00%
1
3837 PARKHILL ST SW
C3445784
$715,000.00
$680,000.00
95.10%
77
318 ELGIN VW SE
C3446424
$259,000.00
$255,000.00
98.46%
120
41 TUSCANY SPRINGS PA NW
C3459325
$345,000.00
$338,000.00
97.97%
43
2011 PINEPOINT RD NE
C3445366
$299,900.00
$295,000.00
98.37%
20
212 DEER RIDGE PL SE
C3451555
$399,000.00
$382,500.00
95.86%
113
491 EVERMEADOW RD SW
C3458316
$339,900.00
$328,000.00
96.50%
19
151 TARAVISTA DR NE
C3462618
$247,900.00
$280,251.00
113.05%
9
50 CRANBERRY GR SE
C3460178
$359,500.00
$352,500.00
98.05%
2
115 CASTLEGLEN CR NE
C3447239
$219,000.00
$210,000.00
95.89%
14
 
 
 
 
98.93%
41.8
 
We have outperformed other Realtors because we are committed to helping our clients achieve their goals. We are dedicated to Elite Service and Elite Results.
 
The Average Calgary Realtor has a 20% chance of selling your house, sells a house in 73 DAYS and gets 95.7% of asking price. * CREB DATA MARCH 2011

How are we different?
 
MyHomeAgent has Sold 62% of our listings in an average time of 42 days and we get 99% of asking price.

 

You want the best and we are delivering for you.
 
Call us TODAY and become an ELITE client. You deserve the best
 
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Denis Hrstic

Calgarys Best Realtors

Investment REALTOR®

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CIR REALTY 103,11012 Macleod Tr S Calgary, AB T2J6A5

 

 
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Thursday, April 7, 2011

Stop Paying Mortgage Penalties

One of the biggest challenges in selling your home could be your mortgage payout penalty. We have dealt with countless clients that have had 5 (FIVE) digit payout penalties - which are extreme.
 
MyHomeAgent can sell your home in Calgary and ensure you DO NOT have a payout penalty. HOW? Call us TODAY and find out.
 

Stop Paying Mortgage Penalties

 
Don't get caught in a situation like this man who was stuck with a $33,000 + payment
Call MyHomeAgent today and we will SELL your home and save you a TON of money.
 
 
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Denis Hrstic

Calgarys Best Realtors

Investment REALTOR®

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Direct:
403-852-6583 | Office: 403-271-0600 | Fax: 403-592-8831

CIR REALTY 103,11012 Macleod Tr S Calgary, AB T2J6A5

 
 
 
 
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Thursday, April 7, 2011

Real estate: A ‘Secret’ Tax Shelter

We at MyHomeAgent have been speaking for years about the benefits of Real Estate Investing. Here is an often overlooked benefit. Step up your game Calgary and Invest NOW before the interest rates and prices rise.
 
A Great Article By Jason Heath as a Special to the Financial Post
 
TFSAs have been a welcome addition to the tax shelter landscape in Canada, but they leave something to be desired for those with substantial assets and maxed out RRSP and TFSA room.
 

Film limited partnerships have disappeared, charitable donation tax shelters were flawed from the start and the investment tax credit for flow-through shares may or may not be extended in the next budget.

Real estate is often overlooked in the quest for tax reduction and deferral, let alone income generation and inflation protection. If real estate is all of these things, why doesn’t everyone own a rental property? The answer is simple – money.
 
It’s not that investors don’t have the money to get into the rental property market, because this can be easily accomplished with leverage and minimal monthly carrying costs. The problem is there is simply no money to be made by financial professionals when it comes to rental real estate. The result is that rental real estate is a secret tax shelter that few people ever consider.
 

Investment advisors sell stocks, bonds and mutual funds. Insurance agents sell insurance policies. Accountants sell tax preparation services. Real estate agents sell real estate, but they tend to sell real estate from a vendor to a purchaser to be used solely as a principle residence.

So rental real estate ends up being a golden goose, elusive, yet attractive.
 

According to Harvard professor Niall Ferguson in The Ascent of Money, “The original property game we know today as Monopoly was actually invented back in 1903 to expose the unfairness of a social system where a small minority of landlords [took advantage of] the majority of tenants.

“What the game of Monopoly tells us, contrary to its inventor’s intentions, is that it’s smart to own property.”
 
First, a lesson in rental real estate taxation. Rental income is taxable and rental expenses, including mortgage or line of credit interest, are tax-deductible. In many cases, if a property is financed, it will run at a loss for tax purposes creating a tax deduction against all other sources of income and therefore, a tax refund. In the meantime, real estate values grow tax-deferred until an eventual sale. Even if a property runs at positive cash flow for tax purposes, depreciation can be claimed to wipe out some or all of the taxable income inclusion.
 
Rental real estate has been described by some as the equivalent of a super-charged RRSP. What is a traditional RRSP? It’s a tax-deferred savings vehicle; contributions are tax-deductible; it provides a future income stream; and it’s an investment asset. Rental real estate incorporates all of these features, plus there’s no pre-determined maximum tax deduction limit like with RRSPs; withdrawals aren’t forced at age 71 like with RRIFs; contributions can be financed and the interest can be deducted, unlike RRSP loans; and the taxes paid on selling a rental property are at the 50% capital gains tax rate, unlike RRSP withdrawals which are fully taxable.
 
The Harvard and Yale endowment funds have more than 50% of their assets invested in non-traditional asset classes, like real estate. The Ontario Teacher’s Pension Plan, the largest single-profession pension plan in Canada, has 18% of their pension assets invested in real estate. Maybe Harvard, Yale and the OTTP know something the mainstream investment community doesn’t know.
 

Call us anytime to discuss

 

 

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Denis Hrstic

Calgarys Best Realtors

Investment REALTOR®

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Monday, April 4, 2011

RichDad Kiyosaki in Calgary

 
It's that time of the year again. Robert Kiyosaki’s The Rich Dad seminars are back in Calgary for April 4, 5, 6.  Be warned, you will not get any useful information at this free event however they will SELL you the idea that the 3 day weekend seminar for $500.00 will supply you with all the information you need to make millions in Real Estate.

 

Should you spend the $500 and attend the 3 day event – you will be exposed to very little useful Real Estate knowledge and instead you will be highly pressured into purchasing the Advanced Training Courses with costs starting at $5000.00 all the way up to $45,000.00. Yes you read that right - $45,000 to learn about investing in Real Estate.

 

We at MyHomeAgent attended the 3 day weekend some years ago so we are very confident in warning others to stay away from these seminars. Unfortunately the only people that will gain wealth from these seminars are both Robert Kiyosaki and the Wealth Intelligence Academy (Russ Whitney). If you want to learn how to invest in Calgary Real Estate properly with ZERO cost to you, call us today.  We will explain the following:

 

·         Cash Flow Analysis

·         Mortgage Approvals

·         Tenant Screening

·         Creative Financing

·         Zero Down Deals

·         Finding Deals

·         And much more...

 

Save your hard earned money. For your safety – please do some internet searches of the following:

 

Rich Dad 3 day Seminar

Russ Whitney Seminars

Wealth Intelligence Seminars

 

Also please view this CBC Marketplace video that exposes some of the 3 day weekend.

 

http://www.cbc.ca/marketplace/2010/road_to_rich_dad/main.html

 

Before you get caught up in the hype and emotion – take a step back and do some critical thinking.

 

As always, call us anytime to discuss

 

 

Best Regards,

 

Denis Hrstic

Calgarys Best Realtors

Investment REALTOR®

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403-852-6583 | Office: 403-271-0600 | Fax: 403-592-8831

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Monday, April 4, 2011

What’s Happening in Calgary...APRIL 2011

Calgary, April 1, 2011 -

According to figures released today by CREB®, Calgary Metro sales remained at levels similar to the first quarter of 2010. Improved sales in the single family market have largely been offset by declining sales in the condominium market, indicating that the gradual recovery will continue to be driven by the single family market for the better portion of the year.
 
 
 
Best Regards,

 

 

 

Denis Hrstic

Calgarys Best Realtors

Investment REALTOR®

..................................................................
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Monday, April 4, 2011

Calgary’s Housing Market Recovery

Source: Calgary Real Estate Board

  
calgary’s housing market recovery driven by single family home sales
  
Calgary’s NW sector boasted the largest gains in single family homes sales in the first quarter

 

Calgary, April 1, 2011 – According to figures released today by CREB® (Calgary Real Estate Board), Calgary Metro sales remained at levels similar to the first quarter of 2010.  Improved sales in the single family market have largely been offset by declining sales in the condominium market, indicating that the gradual recovery will continue to be driven by the single family market for the better portion of the year.

 

Single family home sales in the first quarter of 2011 were 3,309, a 4 per cent increase over the first quarter of 2010. The combination of stable home prices, low interest rates and year-over-year improvements in employment are the primary factors fueling the growth. 

 

March 2011 single family home sales totaled 1,355, a 3 per cent decrease over March 2010 figures.  The decline in sales was accompanied by a 19 per cent year-over-year decline in new listings. As a result, inventory remained at three months, which indicates a balanced single family market.  

 

The NW sector boasted the largest gains in single family home sales in the first quarter of 2011 with 1,198 sales, a 13 per cent increase over the first quarter of 2010. Sales in the SE posted quarterly gains of 5 per cent, while the SW remained relatively unchanged and NE sales declined by 9 per cent.

 

“Improved affordability levels in single family homes have offered some individuals the opportunity to purchase homes in areas of the city that were once unattainable,” says Sano Stante, president of CREB®.  

 

The SW sector recorded the highest single family average home price in the first quarter of 2011 at $570,748, while average home prices in the NW and SE were $464,990 and $422,821 respectively. The NE sector continues to remain the most affordable, with average prices hovering around $282,713.

 

“Average single family home prices remain relatively stable compared to the first quarter of last year, as people continue to purchase more homes at the lower end of the price spectrum,” says Stante.  “The rise in sales has been primarily offset by a corresponding increase in listings, resulting in stable average prices.”

 

Calgary Metro average price of single family homes in March 2011 was $462,947, a 2 per cent decline from March 2010, and virtually unchanged from the previous month.  Meanwhile, the median price declined by 5 per cent compared to March 2010. 

 

Quarterly condominium sales continue to fall over levels recorded in the previous year, down by 11 per cent compared to the first quarter of 2010, while quarterly average prices are down by 1 per cent.  It is important to note the quarterly average price of condominiums is skewed upwards for 2011 due to the sale of a $4.1 million condominium.  If we remove this sale, quarterly average price would have declined by over 2 per cent.

 

The average price of condominiums in March 2011 was $280,781, while the median price was $256,000, a respected 5 per cent drop and 7 per cent, respectively, from levels recorded in March 2010. 

 

Improved selection of affordable single family homes and higher inventory levels of new condominiums have reduced the demand for resale of condominiums. It is anticipated that demand should gradually recover in the latter half of the year, as Calgary’s economic recovery continues to take hold. “This provides a window of opportunity for condo buyers early in the year to discover a large selection of available product at affordable prices,” says Stante.

 

Calgary’s labour market has shown some recent improvements, however, it is still in the early stages of recovery as job growth remains below the 5-year average.  Improvements in the energy sector are anticipated to show stronger job growth in the second half of the year, providing the foundation for continued recovery in the housing market.

 

Click here for the statistics package.
  
  
Best Regards,

 

 

 

Denis Hrstic

Calgarys Best Realtors

Investment REALTOR®

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Direct:
403-852-6583 | Office: 403-271-0600 | Fax: 403-592-8831

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