Alberta's economy is bouncing back, according to a new report that forecasts Calgary will be the fastest growing metropolitan area in Canada this year. The Conference Board of Canada's latest report, Metropolitan Outlook: Autumn 2017, found Calgary's GDP is on track to increase by 4.6 per cent this year, making it the fastest growing Canadian city among the 13 economies studied. Edmonton wasn't far behind, with a projected 3.9 per cent GDP increase this year.
Statistics from the City of Vancouver suggest over 136 million cups are thrown out every year, instead of being recycled or composted.
Delta residents will no longer be able to ask how much that puppy is in the window now that a new bylaw bans the sale of dogs, cats and rabbits in pet shops.