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The Calgary community of Renfrew was denied a $3 million grant for a solar garden, but there’s still a ray of sunshine for this eco-initiative. The area community association had pitched their proposal for a
Two pedestrian incidents in five days along Edmonton Trail NE at the same intersection have residents and one of the area councillors calling for immediate upgrades. Councillor Druh Farrell said Edmonton Trail between Memorial Drive
Citizens got their first look at the big picture being developed for north Calgary and many attendees appreciated having all the city business units under one roof. The City of Calgary held a public information
Calgary is looking at pulling low-use athletic fields off the city booking system and working with communities to find ways to draw more users to an area. According to Tammy Robinson, business operations analyst with
Young families are busier than ever in Calgary, and while many are strong community advocates it can be a tough sell to get them involved with their respective community association. But, who doesn’t enjoy a
Residents who live in Renfrew and Crescent Heights say crossing Edmonton Trail is becoming dangerous for pedestrians, but they’re having no luck getting crosswalk upgrades. David Barrett, who serves on the Renfrew Community Association but