+ Aug. 31; Mortgage Loans Association of Alberta 2011 Golf Classic, Inglewood, Calgary - info/register: firstname.lastname@example.org
+ Sept. 13; RealREIT Conference, Toronto Convention Centre; info/register
+ Sept. 14; Canadian Apartment Investment Conference, Toronto Convention Centre, info/register + Sept. 15; Calgary IFMA Chapter AGM/Social Event, Big Rock Brewery; info/register + Oct. 1; 2012 Calgary Stampede 100th Anniversary tickets go on sale + Oct. 3- 4 ; Water and Land Management Summit, Telus Convention Centre info/registration + Oct. 26; Calgary Real Estate Forum, Telus Convention Centre, Chaired by Randy Fennessey; info/registration + Oct. 27; Calgary Leasing Conference, Telus Convention Centre, Chaired by Greg Guatto; info/registration
+ Nov. 29-Dec.1; 20th annual Toronto Real Estate Forum, Metro Toronto Convention Centre; info/registration
+ Jan. 18/2012; Calgary Real Estate Board Forecast Conference and Tradeshow, Telus Convention Centre
+ museum dreams ~ ~ it seems the Glenbow wants a new building and hopes to tie into the new main Public Library project in the East Village; given the provincial support for the new provincial museum in Edmonton, don’t be surprised if Ed Stelmach sends a card and a cheque before he leaves office . . .
+ the CalgaryCatholicSchool boards sold its former offices at 300-6 Avenue SE (previously leased to the Workers Compensation Board) to BowValleyCollege fro $13.7 million
Three very religious rabbis in black with long beards were playing golf. A guy named Mulhaney wanted to play golf and this was the only threesome in which he could play. So he joins the rabbis and plays 18 holes. At the end of the game his score is 104. The rabbis shot 69, 70 and 71. He says to them, "How come you all play such good golf?" The lead rabbi said, "When you live a religious life, join and attend temple, you are rewarded." Mulhaney loves golf and figures, what do I have to lose. So he finds a temple close to his home, attends twice a week, converts, joins and lives a holy life. About a year later he again plays golf with the three rabbis. He shoots a 104 and they shoot a 69, 70, 71. He says to them, "Okay, I joined a temple, live a religious life and I'm still shooting lousy. The lead rabbi said to him, "What temple did you join?" He said, "Beth Shalom". The rabbi retorted, "Schmuck! That one's for tennis!"
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+ Cargill buying animal feeds company Permira for US$2.1 billion
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