Green REALTOR® Program
By: Monica Pohlman
Grant Number: 2006-24

Given the recent surge of media attention and consumer interest in “green” opportunities and challenges, the Alberta Real Estate Association and the Alberta Real Estate Foundation commissioned research to better understand the implications for Alberta REALTOR®S®. Seven key trends were identified that make the business case for enhanced attention to green issues by Alberta REALTOR®S®.

Grant #: 2006-24
Author: Monica Pohlman
Year: 2006
Format: pdf

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Overcoming Barriers to Sustainable Urban Development: Toward Smart Growth in Calgary
By: David Co roux, Noel Keogh, Byron Miller and Jesse Row
Grant Number: 2006-20

This policy brief examined the most current and cutting edge research on sustainable cities. It examines the principles of smart growth as a sustainable approach to urban sprawl. 10 key actions are identified to move Calgary on the road to smart growth.

Grant #: 2006-20
Author: David Co roux, Noel Keogh, Byron Miller and Jesse Row
Year: 2006
Format: hard copy

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Broker Benchmarking Study
By: Overview Business Consulting Inc for the Alberta Real Estate Association
Grant Number: 2005-33

A culmination of a project to benchmark the profitability and other characteristics of our province’s real estate brokerages.

Grant #: 2005-33
Author: Overview Business Consulting Inc for the Alberta Real Estate Association
Year: 2006
Format: pdf

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The International Housing Coalition Case Study 3: Aboriginal Housing in Canada: Building on Promising Practices
By: Canadian Real Estate Association
Grant Number: 2005-23

This study entitled Aboriginal Housing in Canada: Building On Promising Practices was prepared as part of a series organized by the International Housing Coalition (IHC) for presentation at the World Urban Forum in June 2006.

Grant #: 2005-23
Author: Canadian Real Estate Association
Year: 2006
Format: hard copy

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Development Road Map and Best Practices in Southwest Alberta
By: Southwest Alberta Sustainable Community Initiative (SASCI)
Grant Number: 2005-20

This document provides an overview of likely regulatory processes and related issues in respect of potential development projects that may be proposed in southwest Alberta.

Grant #: 2005-20
Author: Southwest Alberta Sustainable Community Initiative (SASCI)
Year: 2006
Format: pdf

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Residential Tenancies Legal Information Project Phase III
By: University of Alberta - Legal Studies Program
Grant Number: 2005-18

This website offers comprehensive information on laws for landlords and tenants in Alberta. The information contained on this site was correct at the time it was posted. Be aware that it is possible there may have been subsequent changes, which make the information outdated at the time you are accessing it.

Grant #: 2005-18
Author: University of Alberta – Legal Studies Program
Year: 2006
Format: former website

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