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Top 10 Campgrounds Near Calgary

Camping season has finally arrived! Time to pull out those sleeping bags, dust off the tent trailer, find your roasting sticks and hit the road for a weekend filled with eating, drinking, hiking and biking. As fun and popular a pastime as camping is, it’s often hard to find time to escape the city and […]

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What to know about traffic safety in Calgary

With warm weather finally gracing Alberta with its presence, more pedestrians and cyclists are out on the streets after being bound to their cars and the +15 system all winter. As May is Traffic Safety month in Calgary, the city is using this time to share information on the role that each and every one […]

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Community cleanups happening in Calgary this May

Winter can be a long, cold season that causes us to hibernate indoors and perhaps not get around to certain chores as often as we’d like. Over the months, unwanted items and trash can start to accumulate in our homes and our neighbourhoods when it’s too cold to venture too far from home. However, when […]

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How to get your BBQ ready for grilling season

This warm weather means that your patio is soon going to be the prime hangout spot in your home. Get ready to enjoy mornings, afternoons and evenings in the warm sunshine while you fire up the barbeque and grill some delicious eats this spring! With that said, the long winter can leave your barbeque in […]

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How to get your garden ready

Now that everyone has packed away their winter gear and the green grass is starting to show, it’s time to start thinking about your garden. It may seem like a gruelling task after such a long winter, but breaking it down into smaller jobs can make it seem much more manageable. Here is our process […]

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Basic Bike Maintenance You Should Know

If you haven’t had a chance yet, this is the perfect time to strap on your helmet and hit the clear bike paths. If your bike has seen better days and needs a quick tune-up, here are a few tricks that will save you money and will have your bike ready for the summer months. […]

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City Looking for Feedback on the Future of Eau Claire

With spring-time upon us, the City of Calgary is asking for feedback on the future of Eau Claire. The link between downtown and Prince’s Island Park has long been a hotspot for runners, bikers and people out for a walk on a sunny afternoon. Due to the beauty and popularity of this area, the city […]

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Buyers Have More Power in the Luxury Home Market

Have you ever thought you’d look really good in a million-dollar condo looking out over the river and downtown Calgary? Perhaps with a friendly concierge at the front door, an Olympic-sized swimming pool complete with a hot tub? What about a 5000 square foot home on the west side of the city with a mountain […]

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Nominate a Local Business for the Small Business Calgary Awards

Small Business Week in Calgary isn’t until the third week of October, but now is the time to get your nominations in for the awards that take place here. Small Business Week is the largest celebration of small businesses across Canada. They host a wide variety of events, workshops and speakers all around the city. […]

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What to Look for When Buying a Home in the Spring

As warm weather creeps into Alberta, people start to venture out of their current homes and look for something new. Everything looks fresh and exciting in the springtime but try to keep in mind that there could be a few unintentionally hidden issues that you need to keep an eye on. Before making an offer […]

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