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Join an open house about the future of Stephen Avenue

Stephen Avenue is an iconic street in downtown Calgary. Known for its trendy shops, bustling restaurants, historic buildings and a wide array of people, it is a mainstay for many who visit our city. Head to the CORE for some of Calgary’s best shopping or walk down the Avenue to people watch. Some come to […]

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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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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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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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85 per cent of Calgarians have a good quality of life

A large majority of Calgarians — 85 per cent — say their quality of life is ‘good’, according to the latest Citizen Satisfaction Survey results. The annual survey results were published by the City of Calgary earlier this week, showing some interesting trends in how Calgarians feel about our city and the services we receive. […]

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What to know about your 2018 property tax assessment

Last week, the City of Calgary sent out Property Tax Assessments to Calgary homeowners. If you haven’t yet received yours, it’s in the mail and you should get it soon. Property assessment is a value placed on a property for municipal and provincial taxation purposes. The City of Calgary assesses each property annually to distribute […]

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How to deal with the snow dump this week

Yes, our city is under a snowfall warning, a lot of snow is coming our way over the next few days! Before you start scrambling on how to get your driveway and walkways clear (and stay clear), here’s everything you need to know about snow removal in the City of Calgary. DRIVEWAY & WALKWAY CLEARING Use […]

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Everything you need to know for Election Day on Monday

Monday, October 16th is Election Day in Calgary, your chance to exercise your civil right and vote on mayoral candidates, City councillors and school board trustees. Every Canadian citizen has the right to vote. It is how Canadians choose which leaders represent them. Voting is a responsibility that all Canadians should exercise. Your community is […]

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Celebrate Canada 150 with Calgary’s Best!

This Saturday is Canada’s 150th birthday! And in honour of Canada Day this year, we’re sharing some of the best tourist attractions in the city, so you can celebrate the amazing places right here at home too. Heritage Park: historical park, 1900 Heritage Drive SW Glenbow Museum: art and history museum, 130 – 9 Avenue SE Canada […]

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