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  • 61 Avenue Greenway Corridor Celebration - July 29

    After a long construction season which saw multiple delays, work along the Greenway Corridor is now complete resulting in a safer, more attractive pedestrian experience. New features include improved lighting, better crosswalks and wider sidewalks. I...

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  • 2017 Community Clean Ups

    Community Clean Ups, led by Calgary Community Standards in partnership with Waste and Recycling Services and Community Associations began this past weekend. Community Clean Ups are a great way to spring clean, and get those items you no longer use t...

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  • Celebrate Neighbour Day on June 17

    Do you miss the days when neighbours connected and got to know each other? Held annually on the third Saturday of June, Neighbour Day is an opportunity for neighbours to come together in the form of a front yard barbecue, garden party, picnic, cl...

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  • March is Community Association Awareness Month

    Every March Mayor Nenshi proclaims the entire month of March as Community Association Awareness Month.  The Federation of Calgary Communities (FCC), as the support organization for Calgary’s 151 community associations, is running campaign thro...

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  • Ward 11 Brian's Beat: Understanding City Council's Role in the Development Process

    My staff created the following series of graphics to help better understand the role of City Council in Planning and Development. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact my office at 403-268-2430 or ward11@calgary.ca. 1. How do b...

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  • 2017 Ward Community Event Fund Update

    In order to better help Calgary communities celebrate Canada's 150th Birthday, the 2017 Ward Community Event Fund (WCEF) has received a one-time increase to the fund of $5,000 per ward. This year, each ward now has $15,000 to fund your awesome commu...

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  • Ward 11 Brian's Beat: The Reconciliation Bridge

    On Monday, January 23, 2017, my City Council colleagues and I voted to change the name of the Langevin Bridge to the Reconciliation Bridge. Although small, this act of reconciliation is an important first step along the path towards healing and under...

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