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The government wants to diversify Calgary's economy.
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"It's kind of sad, but nothing lasts forever."
Nearly eight million square feet of office space is available.
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"I actually didn't perceive that the crowd was cold in any way," said Notley.
Notley said that she has never advocated for the Keystone XL.
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When I visited, Pascal was preparing the butter. It involved a giant slab of butter and a wooden rolling pin. I suggested he sell tickets for people to come and beat the butter with the rolling pin because it looked like a great way to relieve stress.
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