A Calgary father has been frustrated by the “circular reasoning” of Transport Canada in connection with an aircraft crash that killed his son 30 months ago. But Bill C-259, recently tabled in Parliament by a
Changes to the city’s seasonal patio program would ensure improved accessibility along Calgary sidewalks. The proposed changes were delivered to the city’s infrastructure and planning committee Thursday, in advance of the upcoming outdoor patio season.
The next step in Calgary’s $5.5 billion Green Line project is underway, with a planned Request for Qualifications on the project’s first phase. The RFQ signals the city’s intention to qualify prospective bidders prior to
The same day that Calgary city council finalized a 3.61 per cent overall municipal tax rate increase, it also laid the groundwork for the upcoming four-year budget. Council discussed both items on day two of
Calgary city council approved a new Climate Advisory Committee, but not everyone was convinced it was necessary. The item, forwarded from the Community Development Committee, recommended that the Calgary Climate Panel be converted to a
On-duty Calgary Police Service (CPS) officers have been directed to replace the controversial Thin Blue Line patch with a symbol that’s more representative of Calgarians’ values. That’s the decision that came down from the Calgary
When Calgarians hear the phrase “tactical urbanism,” bright pink benches and pop-up planters might not be the first image that comes to mind. But for Next Calgary, tactical urbanism is all about finding ways to
Olympians of Team Canada occupied the seats in City Council Chambers after recently returning from the Winter Games in Beijing. Athletes were present for the Council Recognition of Calgary-based 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Team Members