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  • Planning Chinatown

    Chinatown is one of Calgary’s most culturally significant and important communities. Its history is nearly as old as Calgary’s.  The current location, flanking Centre Street along the south bank of the Bow River and up into the core, was selected in ...

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  • Capitol Hill - This is my neighbourhood

    One of Ward 7's most fabulous neighbourhoods will be getting even better. Through a city-offered program, This is my Neighbourhood, community representatives and residents from Capitol Hill worked together to identify several low-scale, high-impact ...

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  • July Newsletter - The Importance of Improving Pedestrian Safety

    On average, one pedestrian is injured in a collision each day in Calgary. Many more injuries occur in parking lots and often go unreported. The financial cost to society from pedestrian deaths and injuries, estimated at $120 million per year for Calg...

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  • Community Cleanup Season is upon us!

    Community Cleanups season has begun! Calgary Community Standards in partnership with Waste & Recycling Services and Community Associations are organzing community cleanups all across the city. A record 1.4 million kg of waste and over 200,000 kg...

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  • May Newsletter - Appropriate Public Engagement

    In a growing and maturing city, change is constant.  Change, in the form of City-led public projects and private developments, is important to building a resilient city. The inclusion of local wisdom improves these projects to better address the hope...

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  • Ward 7 Annual Report 2015

    It's that time of year again!  My latest annual report highlights 2015 accomplishments made with the help of the Ward 7 team (Carol, Paul and Dale), Community Associations, City staff and other community leaders and volunteers. Thank you!Ward 7 is ho...

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  • March Newsletter - Development Levies and the Cost of Growth

    I have long been an advocate for managing the cost of Calgary’s growth. After a decade of debate and billions of dollars added to The City’s debt, City Council unanimously agreed to end the “sprawl subsidy” to ensure that growth pays for itself. I am...

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