Break-in estimated at 50K called a ‘major setback’ for Calgary’s deaf community

Earlier this year, Calgary’s deaf community celebrated the opening of a new gathering space. Just over six months later, organizers say they need to

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Federal government announces $2M in funding for Calgary’s willow tree plantation farm

The Government of Canada will invest $2 million in the City of Calgary’s willow plantation program, Minister of Environment and Climate Change Jonathan Wilkinson announced in

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University of Calgary’s new vice-provost focused on equity, diversity and inclusion

Malinda Smith, the University of Calgary’s new vice-provost of equity, diversity and inclusion, says she’s committed to real action, not just virtue signalling. She’s

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Calgary’s hail storm victims still waiting on insurance companies, more than 50 days later

On a sweltering afternoon in one of Calgary’s far northeast communities pummelled by the June 13 hailstorm, the silence is shattered by the rapid fire,

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Calgary’s Tesho Akindele nets Orlando’s winner, knocks Montreal out of MLS tournament

Canadian international Tesho Akindele scored in the 60th minute and Orlando City advanced to the quarter-finals of the MLS is Back tournament with a

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Business group applauds Calgary’s move to mandate masks for indoor spaces

The Canadian Federation of Independent Businesses says it’s pleased with the way a forthcoming mask bylaw has been taking shape in Calgary. City council

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Calgary’s Peace Bridge will close for 4 days for planned $80K maintenance

Calgary’s Peace Bridge will be closed Monday through Thursday to undergo some planned maintenance. The city said the work was originally planned for the

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Design team for Calgary’s new $550M downtown arena to be announced in June

Companies bidding to work on Calgary’s new downtown arena should find out soon if they will be hired for the job. Bidders for the

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Calgary’s deaf community celebrates opening of new centre

David Murison has been waiting his whole life for a space for Calgary’s deaf community to congregate. The 80-year-old finally realized that dream on

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Drugs, violence and the ‘code of the street’: How Calgary’s open-air markets form and function

The sidewalks are full of pedestrians on First Street S.W. in Calgary, returning from work, bags slung over their shoulders, as they pass by a

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