A pair of Calgary mayoral candidates faced off in a debate Friday afternoon, hosted by Global News Radio 770 CHQR. Economic recovery and government relations were discussed.
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The federal government “stands ready to assist in any way we can,” Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wrote.
After Calgary city council spent years developing the Guidebook for Great Communities, a renamed Guide for Local Area Planning has been handed back to city experts.
With experience in both the energy sector and non-profits like YWCA Calgary, Jan Damery is throwing her hat in the ring, emphasizing improving the downtown and local economy.
“I’m calling publicly to the crown and the court system to show some accountability here.” The comments follow a “No More Lockdowns” rodeo north of Calgary.
The expansion doubles the available square footage, establishing the BMO Centre as a tier-one convention centre. The mayor said that will attract bigger conventions to Calgary.
Following a successful project in Edmonton, four Liquor Depot and Ace Liquor stores in Calgary will have an ID-scanning system installed on their doors.
Following a three-decade career with Calgary radio station Country 105, The Odd Squad co-host Robyn Adair is retiring. Mayor Nenshi and other guests will join her Friday morning.
“Alberta received approximately 270,000 doses of AstraZeneca, and they have all been shipped to pharmacies and AHS.”
Calgary city council has a balance to strike when dipping into its rainy day fund while having some leftover to see the city through the pandemic.
Calgary homeowners hit by the billion-dollar hailstorm in June 2020 will soon be able to access a rebate program to help them get more hail-resistant roofing.
Calgary city council approved beginning a decade of work to revitalize downtown and relieve some of the millions of square feet of office vacancy, including $200 million to start.
Since the election of Annie Gale to Calgary’s city council in 1917, women have never occupied more than 40 per cent of council seats.
Calgary Transit is ready to launch a pilot that would allow University of Calgary students to carry their UPass on their smartphones using the My Fare app.
Calgary’s finances are still in the black thanks to prudent financial management and finding savings, but the pandemic and post-pandemic recovery is expected to keep up the stress.