Remembrance Day Commemoration

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Please join your neighbours and the King’s Own Calgary Regiment on Sunday, November 11, 2018 for the seventh annual Remembrance Day ceremony at Battalion Park. Originally named Camp Sarcee in 1915, Battalion Park commemorates the soldiers who trained here for the trench warfare of World War I. Join us at this important ceremony and participate in a community moment of silence to reflect on the sacrifices made by the brave Canadian Armed Forces.

Olympic Plebiscite on November 13, 2018

The 2026 Olympic Bid Plebiscite is fast approaching. As I’ve stated before, I support the public’s right to a plebiscite and will honour the results of the vote. To be best informed before the vote, I encourage you to visit www.calgary2026.ca/ and to review the City’s previous reports on the issue.

Green cart schedule changes this winter

The seasons are changing and so is green cart collection. Starting the week of November 6th, your green cart will be collected once every other week.

There are no changes to blue or black cart collection.

Carts need to be put out by 7 a.m. on collection day and properly spaced. Weekly green cart collection will resume in the spring.  Visit calgary.ca/collection to find your new green cart schedule.

Weigh-in on The City of Calgary’s service plans and budgets for 2019-2022

Every four years, The City of Calgary creates business plans and budgets to deliver on what’s important to Calgarians. Public input is an important part of this process as what we hear from citizens helps to shape The City’s focus for the next four years. The 2019-2022 service plans and budgets are based on direction from Council, and what we heard from Calgarians throughout the process.  If you are interested in presenting your feedback to Council in-person, or via a written submission, visit calgary.ca/yourservices and click “Give feedback” for more details.