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Youth Substance Abuse Prevention (Iceland Model)

“We didn’t say to them, you’re coming in for treatment. We said, we’ll teach you anything you want to learn: music, dance, hip...

Bees

A good news story! City employees working on a roadside naturalization pilot in Canyon Meadows discovered a bumble bee species on Environment Canada’s...

Trees

The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now – Chinese Proverb Trees are an essential...

Holiday, Snow, Kindness

Calgary. We are friendly. We are fearless and adventurous. We are hospitable, welcoming and warm. We are entrepreneurial. We solve problems. December can be...

One Calgary

‘One Calgary’ is the newest name of Calgary’s 2019-2022 budget plan. The name speaks to bringing all City services together to create a...

Crime and Social Disorder

Social disorder and crime against people and property are on the rise in Calgary and the impacts are being felt across the city....

Walking Safety a Top Concern in Calgary Neighbourhoods

Walking Safety Following the 2017 Municipal Election, Councillors convened a roundtable discussion on the key issues they heard at the doors. Again and again,...

Bee-Friendly City

“Bees have so much to offer us if we only listen.” – Jay Ebben, Painted Hives Bees may be tiny, but they play an...

Climate

Cities around the world are working to tackle climate change. The debate is no longer about the reality of climate change—the science is...

Reconciliation

Since 2014, you may have heard speeches that begin by acknowledging Treaty 7 lands. What does this mean and why is it important? The...

Timely snow clearing

Timely snow clearing from sidewalks is essential for safety and accessibility. Winter maintenance often leaves Calgarians out in the cold, or, worse still,...

February – Councillor Druh Farrell’s Report

Economic Development In December, City Council approved $100 million for the Economic Development Investment Fund (EDIF). The fund is intended to boost Calgary’s economy,...