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These types of homes are moving the fastest in Calgary

With our unstable economy, the last few years have been unpredictable in the real estate market in Calgary. Our city depends so heavily on the oil and gas industry, that when this sector suffers, so does the rest of Calgary. As the industry slowly works to get back on its feet, more jobs are created […]

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What to know about Small Business Week in Calgary

Everyone knows the big names like Enbridge, Scotiabank, Royal Bank of Canada, the big fish in the business world; but did you know that 99.7per centof all Canadian businesses are small- to medium-sized firms with less than 500 employees? Small businesses may seem unimportant at first glance, but they actually run our economy. It is small business that employs 70.5 […]

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The dos and don’ts of shared scooters

This summer, Calgary welcomed hundreds of scooters onto its pathways as Lime and Bird launched their new speedy modes of transportation. People over the age of eighteen got outside and explored the city by two wheels, 20 kilometres at a time. As of October 10, 2019, there have been 675,000 rides in the past three […]

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How to celebrate Thanksgiving weekend in Calgary

Thanksgiving is upon us, Calgary, and there are oh-so-many things to be thankful for this year! Whether you have relatives coming into town or you’re unable to see your family this holiday season, there are plenty of things to do right here in Calgary to keep you entertained and in the holiday spirit. Here are […]

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Tips for Decluttering Your Home for Fall

As October begins, we start to embrace the season of change. Fall in Calgary is beautiful, and it brings about many new things: school starting, holidays ending, leaves falling and people returning back to their regular routines. Spring cleaning is popular as everyone is eager to get outside and freshen their place up for the […]

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What to know about Calgary parks

Calgary is blessed with so many great parks, so where do we even begin? Whatever the season, the City of Calgary works tirelessly to provide you with excellent spaces to relax, enjoy nature and spend time outside. More than 8,000 hectares of parkland and natural areas, as well as 905 kilometres of pathways, exist within city limits […]

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Why You Should Check Out Beakerhead This Year

Science isn’t generally known to be a sexy topic, nor is engineering; however, pair both of these with the art and entertainment world, and we introduce to you: Beakerhead. This five-day festival comes around Calgary each September, with new installations, programs, workshops and lessons on unique topics all across the city.   Who remembers the […]

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It’s a buyer’s market, says Len

With summer coming to an end, it’s time to take a look at the Calgary housing market. Fortunately for buyers, not much has changed over the last few months. The number of sales sits about twenty per cent lower than the average over the last decade. “If you’re a buyer, it’s a great opportunity; and […]

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Calgary’s Best Neighbourhoods: Edgemont

The 2019 Avenue Calgary list of best neighbourhoods has Edgemont finishing off its top ten. This northwest community sitting right along Nose Hill between Country Hills Boulevard and John Laurie Boulevard offers you easy access to anywhere in the city as well as an escape to nature at Nose Hill Park. Here are a few statistics […]

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Calgary’s Best Neighbourhoods: Lake Bonavista

Sitting at number eight on Avenue Calgary’s best neighbourhoods list, we introduce the community of Lake Bonavista. This southeast neighbourhood is located between Fish Creek Park and Anderson Road. With a private lake for residents and Canada’s second largest urban park on the south edge, this community was built for those who love the outdoors. […]

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