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The Briefing

The vaping trend has Albertans racing to open up shop

Vape shops are popping up everywhere. Is the boom bound to bust? >

Clinton or Trump – Who’s better for Alberta?

With the U.S. election two months away, we size up the candidates >

Canadian home builders watch for proposed changes to Municipal Government Act

Ryan Scott, President of the Canadian Homebuilders Association, discusses the review of the Municipal Government Act >

What the Twittersphere is saying about Alberta’s politicans

We'll give you a hint: you wouldn't want it said about you >

How many parking spaces are enough in Edmonton’s downtown?

The Katz Group recently proposed an 800-stall gravel parking to serve Roger's Place >

Power Purchase Arrangements: a deal that could cost taxpayers $2 billion

Residential and commericial electricty users could be on the hook for losses >

“We’re in a free fall”: Why every fourth floor in downtown Calgary could soon be vacant

As the city's tallest office tower nears completion, commercial real estate vacancies are climbing >

The beauty of bought deals – and why they’re happening now more than ever

With debt markets sputtering, oil and gas producers have turned to bought deal financings in record numbers >

Can you make sense of this 38,885-page document?

TransCanada's Energy East application stretches 11 kilometres end-to-end >

Architect Jeremy Sturgess might be stepping back, but he’s not stepping down

One of Alberta's greatest architects reflects on his career >