Winter’s coming and with that the predictable accumulation of snow and ice control (SNIC) complaints across Calgary. Last week, Calgary city councillors approved a 2022 budget adjustment. In the additional council-driven budget requests was $10.5
You might be getting improved Calgary snow clearing whether you want it or not. And it’s likely to have a significant budget impact, according to one Calgary city councillor. A recent Supreme Court of Canada
Ward 6 Coun. Jeff Davison said his office has received hundreds of complaints over city snow removal following the Dec. 22 snowstorm that dumped 40 centimeters on parts of Calgary. That’s prompted he and fellow
When Mike Morrison spotted two brow-raising intersections of snow, he thought, “here we go again.” Morrison took a video over the weekend and posted a photo Monday of snow-clearing efforts around the Sunnyside CTrain station.
Calgary’s acting general manager of transportation put numbers to the city’s snow-clearing effort as crews continue to clean up after a weekend snowstorm. The City of Calgary is still under a snowfall warning with another