Calgary firefighters respond to roughly 29,000 medical calls annually. It’s pre-hospital first response that’s a provincial responsibility. Alberta Health said they’ve never paid for the service and that it’s provided voluntarily by the province’s municipalities.
Fundraising campaign #SaveSkippingStone has raised more than $18,000 for the Alberta organization that helps trans and gender diverse youth. Local LGBTQ+ advocate and founder of Mike’s Bloggity Blog Mike Morrison started the GoFundMe after Skipping
Questions are being raised about the affordability and reliability of Calgary’s new centralized accessible taxi dispatch service. The new service, operating under the name Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle Calgary (WAV), launched Wednesday and provides on-demand wheelchair
Final agreements have been signed for the new Calgary event centre and the ongoing development of the new Victoria Park cultural and entertainment district. Coun. Jeff Davison, fresh off being re-elected as chair of the
The day after someone vandalized the Bridgeland Riverside Community Association (BRCA), a community member showed up and volunteered to start scraping paint from the window. Around 3:45 a.m. Monday, taggers blitzed the northeast community association
Stephen Avenue Walk’s transformation is more than just design changes, said Marco De Iaco, Executive Director of the Calgary Downtown Association. The rethink of the long-time downtown Calgary pedestrian strip is about shaping a future
Examination of new city revenue sources could take Calgary back to the decade-old debate over charging user fees for transit park and ride spaces. In the budget passed by city council Nov. 29, the amended
Calgary has always been a suburban city from a residential perspective. In the 21st Century, the suburbs have also risen in importance as a place for Calgarians to work, play and be entertained. There is