Calgary’s new $191M plan to ease business tax burden losing support

Calgary city council’s new plan to help ease the tax burden on business property owners is already losing support. Council is proposing a $191 million

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Take a walk down Calgary’s International Avenue

Calgary’s International Avenue has seen a lot of change in its long history. The hope, though, is that as the community grows, it’ll better

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Calgary’s economy poised for steady growth over next 5 years, city report says

Calgary is on track to have five years of solid job growth that will bring the unemployment rate down below six per cent, according

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Calgary’s Glencoe Curling Club is ground zero for national curling champions

As the women’s world curling championship gets underway in Denmark, and men prepare for the World Championship in Lethbridge at the end of March,

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How Calgary’s maverick mythology, as mask and reality, can influence the roads ahead

EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the fifth in a five-part series that’s a little different from what you usually read on CBC. In it, we add

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Calgary’s moment of choice: How the city can break its mold but preserve its soul

EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the fourth in a five-part series that’s a little different from what you usually read on CBC. In it, we add

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Change in gov’t could cause staffing problems at Calgary’s new cancer centre, Notley says

Construction is moving ahead at a steady pace on Calgary’s new cancer centre, but Premier Rachel Notley is warning that a change in government

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Tune in tonight for CBC Calgary’s Olympic plebiscite town hall

If you live in Calgary, find out what you need to know before you cast your vote in the Nov. 13 plebiscite by tuning

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Canmore town council votes to support Calgary’s bid for 2026 Winter Olympics

The Town of Canmore has hitched its wagon to Calgary’s bid to host the 2026 Winter Olympic Games. Town council voted Tuesday night to support

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Calgary’s new central library tells us how much our community has changed

Editor’s Note: As Calgary’s new central library opens, we asked noted author, historian and bibliophile Aritha van Herk to share her thoughts on libraries

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