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FAQ’s About Feng Shui

by Kelly Kaur What is Feng Shui? Feng Shui is an ancient Chinese art that explores the concept of Chi, the energy that flows in...

Coping with COVID

by Jennifer C., Age 10These few months have been tough for everyone. Doctors and nurses working fulltime to support communities, scientists are working...

Speaking Up for Water

by Anne NaumannCalgary River Valleys is a non-profit organization dedicated to building a strong and effective voice for river valley protection and water...

Yard Smart

Calgary is a big city on two small rivers that are impacted by a growing population and a changing climate. During the summer,...

A Fistful of Southern Alberta History

by The History Wrangler, Your Neighbor Down at the Historic Bow Valley RancheHowdy, I’m known as ‘The History Wrangler’ and I serve as...

Bicycle Laws for Sidewalks

With the warmer weather, many families are getting outside walking and biking on our sidewalks. We would like to remind everyone that bikers...

Emotional Resources Available in Calgary

This is a difficult time for many of us; never feel ashamed to reach out for help.The 24-Hour Connect Family Violence Helpline is...

Balcony Gardening

by Peg OneilGrowing your own food gives you time in the sunshine, a sense of accomplishment, and reduces your trips to the grocery...

Personal Safety While Walking

A Message from the Federation of Calgary CommunitiesWalking is a great way to stay active and get to know your community! While out...

Be Prepared for River Flooding

Calgary is at the highest risk for flooding from May 15 to July 15. Depending on how quickly the snow melts and if...

Save the Wolves

by Chloe B., Age 8, Deer Ridge ResidentA lot of people think wolves will attack them. In the past, people were afraid wolves...
Scouts Canada

A June Message from the 58th Thorncliffe Scouts

It has been over a month since “physically distanced” Scouting has become the new normalWe recognize that Scouters and families are busy, and...