Aspen Woods home built with privacy and tranquility top of mind

Eric Boyd, a realtor with RE/MAX House of Real Estate, talks about the listing of a luxury home in Aspen Woods which was built with privacy and tranquility top of mind

On today's episode of Property Spotlight with Mario Toneguzzi, Eric Boyd, a realtor with RE/MAX House of Real Estate, talks about the listing of a luxury home in Aspen Woods which was built with privacy and tranquility top of mind. Click Here for Listing: https://www.realtor.ca/real-estate/22… Click on the icon below to Subscribe to our YouTube Channel

Sandip Lalli steps down as Calgary Chamber’s CEO and President

The Chamber said it will eventually conduct a search for a new President and CEO. Murray Sigler has been named interim CEO

Sandip Lalli steps down as Calgary Chamber’s CEO and PresidentThe Calgary Chamber of Commerce announced Monday it was “repositioning” the organization due to the “unprecedented economic situation” facing the city and as a result of that it was “mutually agreed” that Sandip Lalli would be stepping down as its President and CEO. “Our Board of Directors would like to thank Sandip Lalli for her…

What is Artificial Intelligence?

Christy Holtby, Managing Director of Partnership and Sales with the Alberta Machine Intelligence Institute, explains what Artificial Intelligence is

On today's episode of Business Insider with Mario Toneguzzi, Christy Holtby, Managing Director of Partnership and Sales with the Alberta Machine Intelligence Institute, explains what Artificial Intelligence is. Be our Next Guest on Business Insider: Click on the icon below to book a call: Click on the icon below to Subscribe to our YouTube Channel

More Canadian commuters now walk or bike to work

One reason for the decline in private vehicle and public transit use may be attributable to the more than five-fold increase (from four per cent to 22 per cent) in Canadians working from home since the onset of the pandemic

More Canadian commuters now walk or bike to workA new report by Statistics Canada indicates more commuters now walk or bike to work than take public transit. Prior to the pandemic, 75 per cent of workers commuted to work by private vehicle, 13 per cent used public transit, seven per cent walked or cycled to work and about one per cent used another…
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