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The Briefing

"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 >

What does Brexit mean for our trade agreements?

Now that Britain has voted to leave the EU, the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement could make an exit of its own >

How to run a college in a recession, according to David Ross, SAIT president

David Ross, SAIT president, on applied education, running a college in the recession and a major rebranding >

How Albertans spend their money

Despite the oil rout, Candian consumer spending is still highest in Alberta >

Is Canada taking the lead in deficit spending?

Can governments or central banks affect markets? >

Alberta’s top jobs

Despite rampant layoffs across Alberta, some jobs are still in demand in the province >

Why celebrated video game writer David Gaider left BioWare and joined a startup

After leaving BioWare in 2014, the Dragon Age:Inquisition writer joined Edmonton startup Beamdog as a creative director >