On Monday, councillors will begin hearing submissions from the public regarding the revised alignment.
In a career that has taken him across the country, Doug is happy to be back in Alberta. With extensive experience as a reporter, anchor and producer in both news and sports he has enjoyed a full career that began in Medicine Hat before taking him to Saint John, Halifax and now to Calgary.
His career highlights include meeting and interviewing hockey great Jean Beliveau, and an exclusive interview with Brian Mulroney while he was Prime Minister. Doug also won a Can-Pro for a documentary.
When not on the prowl for a news story, you can catch Doug, furiously trying to keep up the pace set by his two young children, Anna and Leo, often on Calgary’s beautiful pathways. The Vaessen family loves to visit Grandma and Grandpa’s house in Saskatchewan, where they have cats and horses.
The Indefinite Arts Centre, Canada’s oldest and largest disability arts organization, vows to finance a new centre, the group’s CEO says.
The University of Calgary is experimenting with robotic technology to enhance the Rothney Astrophysical Observatory as its telescopes search the night skies.
An investigation into Ward 2 Councillor Joe Magliocca’s expense claims was launched after he asked to be reimbursed $6,400 from taxpayers money.
Four Calgary councillors are calling on the mayor to write a letter to Premier Jason Kenney to create a special task force on property tax assessment.
Two sides trying to sway public opinion and federal approval of Teck’s Frontier mine will meet at the company’s office in downtown Calgary Wednesday morning.
An effort to save two Calgary inner city pools includes a proposal outlining rate and fee options and will be presented today at city hall.
As temperatures in Alberta remain bitterly cold, some are choosing to fly to warmer climates instead of suffering through it.
Dozens of students protested a proposed tuition hike inside and outside of a University of Calgary board of governors meeting early Friday morning.
Most Grey Cup week events — except for the football game itself on Sunday — are being held in one place at Stampede Park.
Council is grappling with a $52 million shortfall in this year’s budget and is considering all the options as it prepares to go line-by-line through all the services the city provides.
Dozens of climate change activists boarded two buses at Calgary’s North Hill Centre on Friday for a three hour ride to join Swedish activist Greta Thunberg for a march and rally at the Alberta Legislature.
As of the end of July, the latest numbers from Calgary Transit show, there were an average of 2,510 boardings per weekday.
The Calgary Stampede isn’t letting the $500-million BMO Centre expansion project get in the way of the Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth.
“At a time when council is looking to have cost assurances on mega projects, going underground might not be the best option for us today.”